Calling Islamist terrorism by its name

Politically correct reticence interferes with stopping the evildoers

The president’s “strategy” to defeat ISIS has five major parts: 1) support an international coalition to degrade and destroy it, 2) pursue ISIS leadership and safe havens, 3) secure the homeland, 4) expand humanitarian support and 5) solve diplomatic conflicts that feed terrorism. The list drives much effort, but it’s not a strategy because it fails to attack the political and social objectives that motivate ISIS fighters. Arguing about whether or not it’s a strategy is meaningless because whatever it is, the CIA says it isn’t working.

  • BillyHW

    You’ve already surrendered by using “Islamism” (a fake, made up, PC word) instead of Islam.

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    Obumboy won’t acknowledge that Islam is evil and the root problem because he’s a muzzie himself.

  • GrimmCreeper

    Missing the key component to victory: kill every one of the MFs on sight.

  • B__2

    That’s strange; I could have sworn that Obama’s actual five point plan for ISIS runs like this:
    1) support an international coalition to train and supply money and weapons to non-ISIS people who then join ISIS or similar western-civilisation hating groups,
    2) destabilise countries to allow ISIS leadership to create safe havens,
    3) deny any connection between Islam and terrorism in the US homeland,
    4) expand humanitarian support by pushing for every western country to absorb more ‘refugees’ or economic migrants from the Middle East than they can safely absorb, and
    5) promote diplomatic conflicts that feed terrorism.