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    Posted: 08 Aug 2014 at 22:45
To ignore terrorists is to support terrorists.
To date: An extremely limited response from the pro Islamist administration in the US.

NOTHING from the frauds and cowards of the EU and their NATO extensions.

When a vacuum is left it is filled.

The socialist, secularists and pro Islamic fanatic elements here and in the world; and especially the religious minorities-Christians and Jew haters, at odds with Islam, celebrate this latest atrocity.

No doubt in my mind.

To bad it isn't their peoples being rocketed, children being hung and their women kidnapped and enslaved. Threatened with forced conversions or genocide. Perhaps closer to home it might effect their position.

But I'd rather doubt it. As socialist secularism is their religion. And their misguided belief they can 'tame' Islamic fanatics terrorists is not just delusional, but stupid.

http://news.nationalpost.com/2014/08/08/hundreds-of-yazidi-women-have-been-taken-captive-by-isis-militants-human-rights-minister-says/



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I saw TV footage last night of hundreds of poor buggers fleeing to the mountains to get away from ISIS.
 
These people are heading in to potentially freezing conditions with only what they can carry-to have remained in their villages would have been certain death, probably after the women had been raped.
 
There have been food and water drops to these refugees, but while the US has commenced targetted attacks on ISIS, it perhaps should go the extra distance and wipe them out.
 
Don't forget, these Yazidi people pose no threat to anyone, militarily or politically, they're simply an ethnic minority, and for that reason, targetted for genocide by the ISIS troops.
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It's getting better but prevarication on the part of the pro Islamist Obama administration is still allowing the opportunity for thousands to die.

5 days of extremely limited air strikes is totally insufficient. an additional 170 advisors dispatched hours ago while good is insufficient.

BTw American boots were already on the ground.

Hats off to the 'lads from down under' who appear to be willing to commit to a rescue mission. God Bless Australia.

The Brits also finally appear to have had enough as they are engaged in airlifting Jordanian and UK equipment. Bravo.

The French and selected former east bloc members of NATO appear now also to be willing to arm the Kurds. Far beyond the pathetic efforts of Obama's ongoing fraudulent efforts. Bravo. Nothing from the brethren to the north or the Germans...that I have been able to discern. That silence remains deafening yet predictable.


Well aware of this threat over a year ago. The aforementioned, had until the probable genocide question became so overwhelming that even Obama, an alleged self professed Christian, could not ignore it...remains typical. The response is still so inept in dealing with serious issues. That he and his administration are directly responsible for the chaos in Iraq and the emergence of ISIS as a serious problem.


This is what happens when a Islamist influenced, leftist socialist, denier of American exceptionalism and appeaser and apologist becomes the President of the United States.

Lesson Learned?

Don't elect 'city planners and community organisers', no matter their skin color to the position.


http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/australia-rule-sending-troops-iraq-24956840

http://online.wsj.com/articles/u-s-weighs-international-rescue-mission-for-yazidi-refugees-1407881639

http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2014/aug/12/uk-iraq-kurds-yazidis-isis
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I'm always wary of our troops being committed to overseas conflicts which have no real effect on us as a country, but, in this case not to act would be a crime.
 
If Australia does commit troops to assist the Yazidi people, they'll go with my full support.
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A day after Obama and his administration announced victory in lifting the azadi siege and declaring no rescue is needed:

http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2014/08/13/236394/us-advisers-pay-first-visit-to.html.

This within miles of the mountain site:

''ISIS massacres 90 Yazidis in northern Iraq town, say Iraqi officials''.


http://www.foxnews.com/world/2014/08/15/isis-massacres-80-yazidi-in-northern-iraq-town-say-iraqi-officials/

What an utter dolt. Now arriving at his 'Bush' moment.


But the better news is the EU is finally off it's cowardly ass: ''EU Approves Arming Of Kurds; US Says Air Strikes Will Continue ''.

http://www.voanews.com/content/eu-beefs-up-response-to-iraqi-crisis/2415129.html

Meanwhile the Canadians being begged by Yazidi within their borders for assistance..

"Samir Kawal,18 has family members in Iraq. He wants the Canadian government to step in and stop the slaughter.

“Please Stephen Harper, help us out now. People are dying. Kids are being murdered, women are being sold, women are being raped, men are being killed. Please help us all out now. People are starving to death, people are being murdered, men are being slaughtered,” he said.

“It’s already too late. Open your eyes, open your heart. Please help the Yazidis back home. These are our people, these are our men, these are our women, these are our children.

“We need help now and we need to stop the ISIS Islamic state terrorism group once and for all before it’s too late.”


continue to offer, apparently, only rhetoric. Promises to continue to support resettlement, while noble, offer little; similar in effect to the current US ops, in the ongoing chaos. Or a sufficient means to stop ISIS.


http://globalnews.ca/news/1499463/canadas-yazidi-community-begs-stephen-harper-for-help-in-iraq/
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Australian government has announced that it will accept up to 4000 refugees from the conflict.
 
Recent update is that more than a hundred Azidi men have been executed by ISIS.
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