If ISIS Want’s A Holy War, Putin Will Give Them One!

Russian Soldiers Somewhere in Syria on October 18, 2015

Russian Soldiers Somewhere in Syria on October 18, 2015

Dear Pentagon and State Department, this is how you fight a winning war.

We should invade their countries, kill their leaders and convert them to Christianity. We weren’t punctilious about locating and punishing only Hitler and his top officers. We carpet-bombed German cities; we killed civilians. That’s war. And this is war.

Ann Coulter

  • Putin will kill enough to secure a pipeline.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      Then in my book, he has earned it.

      • Raymond Hietapakka

        May Putin secure 50 pipelines.

      • Not if ISIS remains a living yet rancid organism.

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          Did you just copy and paste one of my posts from a month ago? 😉
          ISIS has to be defeated, they just are not number one on Russia’s target list.
          There is no way in hell the Russians can leave them in place in Syria.
          My question is who will dislodge them in Iraq?
          It probably will not be the U.S. that does that.
          I say the Iraqis might just INVITE them in to operate with the Iranians if the Russians are really successful in Syria.
          That would fit in well with their pipeline dreams.

          • Dislodging them in Iraq is my question as well.

            The Iranians and the Iraqis are like water and oil, cats and dogs, forks and electrical sockets. They just don’t get along. I am not sure how receptive the Iraqis might be with what you are suggesting.

            If you wanted to be sure about my copying your statements include [citation needed] and see if I fall for the bait. 🙂

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            The Iraqis already invited in Iranian Shia militias as well as some al Quds Force units, so that omelet has already been made.
            Having the Russians make “an assist” would probably be fine with the Iraqis too.

            Most of what they (Shia militias as well as some al Quds Force units) will do is brutalizing the civilian Sunnis in Iraq and I’m totally cool with that idea.

          • This will just create more conflict down the road.

            These guys don’t put anything behind them.

    • I do it for Jesus.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        Obama does it for Jizyas.

      • I want to believe that.

  • Awesome!

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      It is refreshingly free of political correctness.
      By bowing to their sensitivities we only empower their beliefs and strengthen their resolve.
      However, when we hunt and kill them without mercy or remorse and then do a victory dance on the desecrated corpse, they will eventually learn the futility of their ways as they will realize that Allah is somehow now displeased with them and is withholding victory over the infidel.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        I went back to school in midlife.
        Opportunity cost said I should get a two year diploma instead of suffering the loss of an extra two years of salary getting a bachelors of engineering degree.
        One benefit is that besides a shorter time period I was able to avoid most of the crap humanities courses they make you take in university.
        I had to take one ethics course run by a lefty but I won him over with my rants.

  • Ron MacDonald

    She’s right, fight to win. If that means we have to wipe out everything, we can always rebuilt after the war is over.

    • canminuteman

      And if we are not prepared to wipe everyone out, we should at least be prepared to not let all our enemies move here.

  • I heard a mysterious voice the other day that said, “With this sign, you will conquer.”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O9DHgnKeAxo

  • Xavier

    Good. War is at least half psychological, and you need to fight that part in term the enemy understands – unlike whatever it is we’re doing now.

    • African

      Glory to Russia! Long Live Putin!
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RFLv4zAeXaE

      • Ron MacDonald

        During the Cold War, we were told there were no churches in the Soviet Union and its people were forbidden to practice their religion. The Orthodox Church was always a powerful influence in Russia, I’m not defending the former Soviet Union,but we were fed bullshit.

  • Xavier

    The NYT is going to have it’s panties in a twist over this.
    Putin+Christians+Coulter = Their unholy triumvirate.

    • Alain

      LOL

  • Oracle9

    Now that UNESCO is about to revise history and vote that the Western Wall is an Islamic holy site, I would think that times seem just about ripe for another Crusade. Stuff like this sparked the last effort in 1097 and not a lot has changed. Civilization is still defending against the sword of islamic jihad.

    Refreshing to see that the Russians for one society are not paralyzed by political correctness but are putting their military for military, not Boy Scout, use.

    • DVult

      The First Crusade 1096–1099.

  • Ron MacDonald

    The Russian troops will not be hampered by the strict ROE’s western troops had to contend with that cost a lot of servicemen their lives.

  • I love that they are all set to brutalize each eachother. The only problem I see is that its not just the Russian army, its the Russian army with Russian equipment. Are these the same battle-unready guys with the same cheesy weapons that were slaughtered like fish in a barrel by the Mujehadeen in Afghanistan. Don’t forget those ISIS thugs are plying their trade with a lot of prime North American stuff captured in Iraq. Unless things have changed a great deal, this could get pretty horrible.
    Oh, and the icon that soldier is holding reminds me- Our soldiers were not allowed bibles of booze over there. I’ll betcha that the Ruskies have plenty of Vodka too…

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      I heard that we shut off the official flow of TOW missiles a little while a go but I’m sure the rebels still have some (a few) in their inventory.
      The Russian will want to avoid those.
      If the Russians don’t have vodka, they have been known to drink their own hydraulic fluid in a pinch (they really did that in Afghanistan in the 80’s).

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        Things I need to know when I go up North.

    • African

      If Russians want, they can burn the Earth under the feet of those American-backed barbaric Islamic jihadists and they would not even know what hit them!

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        As the old adage goes, “if they could they would”.

  • DVult

    The West has been supporting muslims against the Russians for hundreds of years. The Crimean War and Reagen’s support of the mujahideen in Afghanistan being two examples. Why not ally with the Russians instead? Would it have been worse to let them do whatever they wanted in Afghanistan unopposed or even to help them? Why support Turkey at all or support the muslums in the Balkans against the Christians?

    • African

      Very good question indeed!
      But Westerners won’t get it. They will keep supporting barbaric Islamic jihadists such as ISIS every where.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Russia (and anyone else) does not have a good track record with these things. The Soviets couldn’t conquer Afghanistan, they can’t pacify Chechnya, they only broke off the smallest usable piece of the Ukraine they could hold, politically. When the Russians send their Tu-95 and Tu-160’s to uncrate every bomb in the warehouse then you might be on to something. Of if they use battlefield ballistic missiles. Or whatever their version of GBU-43/B is then it’s game on. But the fact remains that Russian airpower in this scenario today sounds like a sales pitch for their just-put-into-frontline-service Su-34’s, attack helicopters, ground attack planes and the like. Much like the so called “Libyan War” was Britain and France’s roadshow for selling Eurofighters and Rafale’s. And it won’t be enough to bomb them flat or, as Tamerlane explained, ‘leave no stone atop another’. They will have to hunt down every ISIS person and execute them all, publicly, on an industrial scale.