Skip to comments.Obama’s Al Qaeda Jayvees Announce Caliphate, 5 Year Plan to Take Over Africa and India
Posted on 06/30/2014 4:59:18 AM PDT by SJackson
Obama’s Al Qaeda Jayvees Announce Caliphate, 5 Year Plan to Take Over Africa and India
Posted By Daniel Greenfield On June 29, 2014 @ 11:09 pm In The Point | 4 Comments
Obama compared Al-Qaeda-linked militants in Iraq and Syria to junior varsity basketball players, downplaying their threat as small-league.
New Yorker editor David Remnick pointed out to the president that the Al Qaeda flag is now seen flying in Falluja in Iraq and in certain locations in Syria, and thus the terrorist group has not been decimated as Obama had said during his 2012 reelection campaign.
The analogy we use around here sometimes, and I think is accurate, is if a jayvee team puts on Lakers uniforms that doesnt make them Kobe Bryant, Obama told Remnick. I think there is a distinction between the capacity and reach of a bin Laden and a network that is actively planning major terrorist plots against the homeland versus jihadists who are engaged in various local power struggles and disputes, often sectarian.
ISIS aka Al Qaeda in Iraq, has declared an Islamic State and a Caliphate. It may not be able to hold it, but it has a lot more manpower, territory and firepower than the core Al Qaeda ever had.
It’s also got a 5-year-plan to take over a whole bunch of places.
The plan may be bunk, but ISIS has people who are really good at social media and they know that bold announcements like these drive recruitment and enthusiasm among Muslims.
Its social media campaign is filled with pledges of allegiance. If it can get enough of those, and there’s no reason why it can’t after bringing the Al-Nusra Front on board, it becomes the axis of Jihad.
Its Ramadan timing is solid. And it’s reached the point where it can credibly promise Jihadis more victories. Even if it can’t deliver them, it will have the manpower to at least achieve a stalemate against Shiite militias and whatever Iranian and foreign forces enter Iraq.
“Having greedily drunk the blood of kufr (non-Muslims)/Our khilāfah (Caliphate) has indeed returned with certainty” is the bit of poetry from its announcement.
It’s a message that speaks for itself.
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A plan to “take over” India, eh?
Unlike much of the western countries who passively and meekly accept their fate, India is going to have something rather pointed to say about that.
Yeah better forces than ISIS (may they burn in hell) have tried
I saw an updated new caliphate map this morning, where they have added Spain (I was wondering how they forgot it the first time around).
The crucial thing will be to see which Muslim country or group will be the first to recognize the new “Islamic State,” which appears to be the English term they want to use for this area they have already carved out for themselves. If even one of them recognizes it, the war is on.
Taking over Sudan and Somalia might be easy. The Kingdom will be a tad more difficult.
The Indians, while not cow eaters, have nukes. They have been itching to nuke the Paks for ages. Dropping one on Mecca would not phase them at all. They all think they are coming back, over and over.
Taking over Western China, India, and southern Russia will not be as easy as they think.
We need that popcorn eating gif for this thread ... anyone?
Go Russia! Kill all of the Isis Serial Killers, the rabid sunnis, friends of our Herr Obozo
Thumbing Its Nose at U.S., Russia Sends Military Experts to Iraq
The Atlantic Wire via Yahoo! ^ | Adam Chandler
Posted on 6/29/2014 10:14:31 AM by wetphoenix
After the United States delayed a sale of fighter jets to Iraq, Russia sold planes to the Iraqi government. Now they’ve sent military experts to Baghdad.
Gen. Anwar Hama Ameen, who heads the Iraqi air force, explained that the secondhand jets would quickly be deployed in the government’s fight against the Sunni extremist group ISIS.
In the coming three or four days the aircraft will be in service to support our forces in the fight. Ameen also said that the presence of Russian military experts would be short-lived. Nevertheless, here’s how Rod Nordland characterized the development:
The move was at least an implicit rebuke to the United States, where concerns in Congress about the political viability of Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Malikis government have stalled sales of advanced jet and helicopter combat planes to Iraq.”
Just a few years ago one could have been zotted for just an idea that ‘Arab Spring’ BS is not all about freedom but for a Caliphate and US government is in bed with it.
“Just a few years ago one could have been zotted for just an idea that Arab Spring BS is not all about freedom but for a Caliphate and US government is in bed with it.
So are you speaking of a personal experience with Zotting?
wetphoenix Since Mar 19, 2014
I’m against Caliphate in the first place.
Quite frankly I think the sooner the world recognizes them the better off we will all be. No more enemy combatants, no more shipping them to GITMO, no more “criminals” to be captured and tried in our courts...
Sorry, I just see lots of upsides to come out and recognize their ‘state.’
enthusiasm, deep pockets and pospotus on their side
this might get worse before it gets better
I hope you’re being sarcastic, please..
Actually no, I am not being sarcastic.
I hope you are not in denial of the great danger emerging from that world arena.
Islam is a war plan. Have any doubts?
Oh I’m aware of the danger but you don’t seem to be. Legitimize them? Do you think the problem will just ‘go away’?
Legitimize them and then we can make real war on them...
Right now they are called something in the civilian realm, we need to change that perception for our own defense.
(granted, it won’t mean much under Obama, but he’s only in office for 2 more years.)
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