Posts Tagged ‘ISIS’

Keep the MOABs Coming

After Trump used the first decisive action not seen in eight years, the Left went bonkers, while people who appreciate a real leader applauded the move.



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It’s not much, but it’s a damned good start.  MOABs should be used with enough regularity to send a message throughout the Islamofascist Middle East: America is back, we’re not the chickenshit Euros, Obama and his craven foreign policy  are gone, and we will do what is necessary to eradicate the muzzie terrorist threat.



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Pot, Meet Kettle: Al Qaeda Slams ISIS for “Madness” and “Exceeding the limits of extremism”

Professional jealousy.

From Independent UK

The leader of al-Qaeda has attacked Isis for “madness” and “exceeding the limits of extremism” as the two terror groups continue to compete for territory and supporters around the world.

Ayman al-Zawahiri, who succeeded Osama bin Laden when he was killed in 2011, criticized Isis for killing and “slandering” his own jihadis.

In an audio message, he branded the rival group’s members “cowards” and liars with a “thirsty desire for authority”.

“Isis was struck with madness in takfir [declaring other Muslims to be apostates] and exceeded the limits of extremism,” al-Zawahiri said.

……Isis fought Jabhat al-Nusra in Qalamoun in May 2015 and targeted al-Qaeda-linked rebels in Aleppo the previous year, killing a prominent commander originally deployed to end the infighting between jihadis.


That’s hilarious.  One bunch of muzzie cutthroats criticizing another for being “too extreme”.  Kinda sucks when one of your own spawns gets more attention for Islamic-inspired atrocities. Too bad their carnage isn’t limited to just killing each other.

‘Irregular Warfare Strategist’, Sebastian Gorka, Thinks ISIS Can be Defeated Through Social Media

From Fox News.

Dr. Sebastian Gorka appeared on “Fox and Friends” today to discuss how we can win the propaganda battle against radical Islam and counter the recruitment tools used by terror groups like ISIS.

Gorka, author of “Defeating Jihad: The Winnable War,” pointed out that ISIS, in particular, has a huge range of media products, from incredibly active social media accounts to the English-language magazine “Dabiq.”

“They’re crushing it on social media,” Gorka said. “They are basically providing very short enticing messages of why to be a holy warrior, how you have to attack the infidel.”


He thinks a counter-propaganda campaign will somehow stop the flood of muzzies to the jihad. How quaint.

Screw that, how about killing them and winning the war?? I don’t call what we’ve been doing since 9/11, “fighting a war”.  Every Islamofascist nation-state in the Middle East should have been leveled. I was in Iraq twice. MOABS and neutron bombs would have ended everything quickly.

‘A War of the Mind’.?  I was in Psyops before I got into Intel and counter-terrorism, and this approach won’t work with muzzie zealots. Their minds are locked in a 7th Century screed written by an ideological wackjob, who proscribed the atrocities they carry out.

A link to the conversation I had with Gorka on Twitter, HERE.

Good luck with that ‘hearts and minds’ approach. I’d rather kill ’em all and let allah sort ’em out.

5 ISIS Members Arrested in D.C. Area Over Last Few Months

Thanks, Barky.

From Fox5DC.

Five ISIS related arrests with ties to the Northern Virginia area have been made within months of each other. Tuesdays Brussels attacks that killed at least 31 people have raised questions in the area, especially in light of these recent arrests.

Seventeen-year-old Ali Shukri Amin of Manassas was sentenced to 11 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to conspiring to provide material support to terrorists in U.S. District Court in Alexandria. In addition to helping 18-year-old Reza Niknejad of Prince William County travel to Syria, Amin also admitted using Twitter and other social media to solicit donations and support for the Islamic State.

In January, Joseph Hassan Farrokh, 28, and Mahmoud Amin Mohamed Elhassan, 25, both of Woodbridge were charged with terrorism offenses related to trying to travel to Syria to join ISIL. And Mohamad Jamal Khweis, 26, from Alexandria, was an American Islamic State group fighter who handed himself over to Kurdish forces in northern Iraq just this month.

Seamus Hughes, Deputy Director of the Program on Extremism at George Washington University’s Center for Cyber & Homeland Security says if there is one thing that ties all of these Northern Virginia ISIS cases together, its that Northern Virginia is getting increased attention from the U.S. security officials for this activity. Hughes also explained that, “Northern Virginia has a disproportionate number of people that are drawn to this, and it’s also an interesting case study in terms of the profile of an ISIS recruit, and by that I mean there is no profile, it’s the old the young the rich the poor, you’ve got a 17 year old kid from Northern Virginia, and a 25 year old guy who wants to go to Syria and Iraq so there’s not ONE profile so it’s very difficult for Law enforcement to prevent that.”

The unknown is also terrifying. Reza Niknejad of Prince William County was dropped off at Dulles International Airport last year to join ISIS and that was the last place anyone saw him. A huge concern is how many other Reza Niknejads are out in Northern Virginia who have goals of fighting for ISIS, either overseas, or in the area.


The FBI is tracking at least 1000 ISIS  risks in this country, and more of them are  taking advantage of Obama’s open door policy for refujihadists.

Dozens of muzzies connected to ISIS have been arrested over the last 18 months.

Muzzie terrorists have promised more bloodshed, and with the likes of Barky and the morons in the DOJ  and the DHS,  it won’t be too difficult for them to pull off another attack that will make 9/11 look like a fucking picnic.



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CENTCOM Analysts Forced Out of Jobs For Reporting Truth About U.S.-Backed Rebels in Syria


Last year, it was reported that analysts at CENTCOM were pressured to tailor intelligence assessments into a positive picture of the war against ISIS in Syria. Reality didn’t fit Obama’s spin, so it was made to fit.

From The Daily Beast.

Two senior intelligence analysts at U.S. Central Command say the military has forced them out of their jobs because of their skeptical reporting on U.S.-backed rebel groups in Syria, three sources with knowledge of their claim told The Daily Beast. It’s the first known instance of possible reprisals against CENTCOM personnel after analysts accused their bosses of manipulating intelligence reports about the U.S.-led campaign against ISIS in order to paint a rosier picture of progress in the war.

One of the analysts alleging reprisals is the top analyst in charge of Syria issues at CENTCOM. He and a colleague doubted rebels’ capabilities and their commitment to U.S. objectives in the region. The analysts have been effectively sidelined from their positions and will no longer be working at CENTCOM, according to two individuals familiar with the dispute, and who spoke on condition of anonymity.

The analysts’ skeptical views put them at odds with military brass, who last year had predicted that a so-called moderate opposition would make up a 15,000-man ground force to take on ISIS in its self-declared caliphate. An initial $500 million program to train and arm those fighters failed spectacularly. And until the very end, Pentagon leaders claimed the operation was more or less on track. Lawmakers called the plan a “joke” when Gen. Lloyd Austin, the CENTCOM commander, finally testified last September that there were just “four or five” American-trained fighters in Syria.

Earlier allegations from CENTCOM, the military command responsible for overseeing the Middle East, had focused on leaders there fudging intelligence reports about U.S. efforts to attack ISIS and undermine its financing operations. That analysts are now raising red flags around reporting on Syrian rebel groups suggests that, at least from the analysts’ perspective, there is a broader systemic problem than was previously known.

The Pentagon inspector general and a congressional task force are investigating allegations of doctored intelligence reports about ISIS.

The working environment at CENTCOM has been described as “toxic” and “hostile.” As The Daily Beast previously reported, more than 50 CENTCOM analysts have said that senior officials gave more scrutiny and pushback on reports that suggested U.S. efforts to destroy ISIS weren’t progressing. Analysis that took a more optimistic view of the war effort got comparatively less attention from higher-ups.

In a separate development, the head of Iraq analysis at CENTCOM, Gregory Hooker, is being reassigned to a position in the United Kingdom, three sources knowledgeable of the transfer told The Daily Beast. Hooker was identified last year by The New York Times as leading the group of analysts that raised objections about the ISIS reports.

There was no evidence that Hooker’s reassignment was a retaliatory move by his superiors, rather some suggested he had requested the change.

But for the analysts who have accused their bosses of improper behavior, the climate has become anxious, particularly as now some fear for their jobs.

“[They] are scared all the time,” one official told The Daily Beast.

The Syria analysts spoke out after Austin directed his subordinates last year not to retaliate against anyone who voiced concerns about political influence or bias being brought to bear on intelligence analysis, said one individual knowledgeable of their complaints. More than 1,000 analysts work at CENTCOM headquarters in Tampa, Florida, and their reports are meant to help senior U.S. officials and policymakers understand the facts on the battlefield.

Investigators from the congressional task force have met with analysts at both CENTCOM headquarters and, last month, in Washington, half a dozen sources with knowledge of the meetings said.

Spokespersons for the task force declined to comment.

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes previously told The Daily Beast that investigators were unable to obtain certain documents germane to the analysts’ allegations about altered ISIS reports, and that congressional staff had to interview the analysts in the presence of CENTCOM personnel, whom Nunes referred to as “minders.”

“They’re having a tough time talking to us,” Nunes said of the analysts whom congressional staff have interviewed in Tampa.

The Defense Department inspector general is also looking into the ISIS reports. The watchdog’s office has said the investigation, which is expected to be finished soon, “will address whether there was any falsification, distortion, delay, suppression, or improper modification of intelligence information,” as well as “personal accountability for any misconduct or failure to follow established processes.”

At CENTCOM’s intelligence unit, there’s growing anticipation for the results of the Defense Department inspector general’s investigation. Some have said they hope it will hold those they feel are responsible for altering reports, but there’s also concern that the findings will seek to downplay the severity of the problem and won’t lead to any significant changes.

At least one change is in the works. Last week, the Pentagon announced that Maj. Gen. Mark R. Quantock, currently the intelligence director of the U.S.-led military effort in Afghanistan, will take over as the head of intelligence at CENTCOM. Two officials described Quantock as a “straight shooter” who could help relieve tensions at the command headquarters.

Quantock, who is expected to arrive this summer, will replace Maj. Gen. Steven Grove, whom analysts have said is chiefly responsible for altering the ISIS reports. Grove and his civilian deputy, Gregory Ryckman, have also been accused of deleting emails and files from computer systems before the inspector general could examine them, three individuals familiar with the investigation told The Daily Beast.

Investigators from Capitol Hill and the Pentagon’s watchdog have pulled analysts away from work to ask them questions. Their colleagues try to glean insights about the course of the investigation by keeping note of who is being queried and for how long.

And in another sign of rising anxiety, some believe that that military leadership is trying to piece together which analysts have made allegations about Grove, and to whom, whether they be investigators or journalists.


Any information reflecting the actual scope of the ISIS/Taliban/Al Qaeda threat has been manipulated to fit Barky’s propaganda.

CENTCOM has lost all credibility and integrity.  It’s become nothing more than a wing of Obama’s  Ministry of Truth.



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