Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.
Don’t quite get it?
The government needs to cut off their money supply and equipment.
If we captured them – why are we supplying them buses and putting them back on the street to organize elsewhere or blow up any place they please? They are POW’s and should be sent to Guantanamo Bay prison. Releasing dangerous people does not make any sense.
This decision only increases the danger for the people of the world. What just happened seems like we are playing games with these people. The government said they have won the fight in Raqqa against ISIS. They say the fight (the game) is over and now ISIS gathers their marbles and goes some where else to kill more American soldiers (Niger).
When the fight is over you gather up the enemy and put them in prison until the end of the war. Why do they continue releasing these people? Bush I did the same thing with Sadam Hussein’s military guards – patted them on the head and told them to go home to their families. All they did was regroup and started fighting again.
It looks like to me these military people just want to continue having wars.
Haven’t we learned anything or do we still have holdover Obama people still making decisions.
by Scott Creighton
As the story of the Uranium One deal rises Phoenix-like from it’s ashes by the Deep State’s Mockingbird press (for some unknown reason), CIA head Mike Pompeo and acting DHS chief Elaine Duke are warning that “ISIS™” though on the run from Iraq and Syria, is planning new bigger terrorism attacks in the UK and the US in an effort to remake themselves into a useful and potent boogyman like they have been in the past.
Considering the fact that we just lost 4 military servicemen in Niger to an ambush “believed to be planned with ISIS” one might assume that we can expect to see these Saudi-backed destabilization terrorists popping up all over the place in the next couple of months.
“The attack, apparently carried out by militants affiliated with Islamic State, was the deadliest since Trump took office, yet the U.S. military’s Africa Command…
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