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ISIS chiefs FREEZE 45 of their own fighters to death after accusing them of cowardice during a battle in Iraq

ISIS have reportedly killed 45 of their own fighters by locking inside a forensic freezer after they attempted to flee during a battle in Iraq.

The staggering claims were made by the Iraqi media agency Al Sumaria News, who reported that the victims were shut in the freezers for a whole day.

After their agonising deaths, the bodies of the victims were allegedly stretched out along the sides of the road to act as a warning to any other ISIS defectors

Okey dokey.

  • truepeers

    Hotel Caliphornia

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Nobody can claim these fighters didn’t know that they are commanded by psychopaths.

  • Joseph Shmeau

    Looks like a lack of motivation among some of the ISIS recruits. Daniel Pipes believes that this is a big problem and in fact ISIS is undergoing great stress.

    http://www.danielpipes.org/16626/isis-is-collapsing

    Excerpt:

    I predict that the ISIS state in Syria and Iraq will collapse as fast as it arose. Indeed, I will go out on a limb and say I expect it to be gone by the end of 2016.

    That the Islamic State (also known as ISIS, ISIL, or Daesh) will be gone is predictable because all totalitarian states eventually disappear due to three main developments: cadres become disillusioned, subject populations suffer, and external enemies increase in number. All these problems afflicted, for example, the fascist states of World War II as well as the Soviet bloc.

    ISIS will collapse quickly because it suffers from an extreme form of these problems.

    • It can also be a “faux collapse”. ISIS appeared overnight immediately after the withdrawal of U.S. forces. It’s obvious that they had to be organizing clandestinely for months or even years in anticipation of that eventuality. These leaders aren’t stupid — they know how to read the political winds of the West. Islamists in general have never “surrendered” — they’ll wait for another opportune moment, perhaps under a different name or in a different country. They’ve got plenty of patience — they’ve been waiting for 1400 years.

      • canminuteman

        And we beat the fascists 80 years ago but they are on the rise again. And communism never died. It is on the rise in our own back yard. Also, I thin ISIS just emigrated to Europe and the bloodbath there will start very soon.

        • “Fascism” seems to have taken on new meaning, for example Islamo-fascism. And the left has always been fascist by virtue of being progressively socialist/communist. I don’t know about “right-wing” fascism, maybe in Europe but how much political influence does it have.

          • canminuteman

            The left considers ethnic nationalism “fascist”. I think that most of the so called “right wing” in Europe are actually socialist other than the ethnic nationalism, which makes them pretty much like the Nazis. That being said, I am not a socialist but I am an ethnic nationalist. In my opinion ethnic nationalism is pretty much the natural order of the world. If it wasn’t there would be no races, we would all speak the same language and there would never have been countries in the first place. Diversity between countries is what causes international wars, and diversity within countries is what causes civil wars. If you want to leave in peace, be prepared to defend your borders, and don’t be diverse within them.

          • Official or Government-imposed multiculturalism is a disaster. If Government would just butt out civilized people are usually able to negotiate relationships and coexist peacefully with one another at a level that they feel mutually comfortable.

    • If so then perhaps we should apply the same methodology to all Islamic states.

    • lolwut?

      It may collapse over there but it will rebuild in Europe.

  • simus1

    “Powerful sponsors” can also grow tired of paying the freight yet being unable to exert much control over the depredations carried out by massed muslim terrorist psychotics like isis. Just ask Emperor Barry and his clown sidekick erdogan.

  • Nermal

    Netflix and Chill

  • moraywatson

    ICES !

  • Justin St.Denis

    I find it difficult to wrap my head around the depravity these monsters keep demonstrating – very much like the Mexican drug cartels, actually, but all in the name of allah instead of profits/cash. Sadism must play a role in this.

    • truepeers

      It’s a central tenet of Islam that Allah is all-powerful, all-willing. He does not bind his hands in covenants with man. Thus to kill, and to get away with it, to remain on top, is to prove that Allah is on your side. He must have willed it, at least for a time. Hence the killers’ constant cry of Allahu Akbar, “Allah is greater” (than your false god, you cowardly apostates). To kill, in the name of the transcendent source of all transcendence you claim to obey, and thus to claim transcendence for yourself, is actually Satanic, or at least a corrupted form of paganism.

  • JoKeR

    Oh, that’s cold!