Obama Says ISIS Strategy Isn’t Failing

In just the last week Ramadi, Iraq and Palmyra, Syria have fallen to ISIS who continues to grow the caliphate unchallenged by world powers. Genocide is being committed against Christians, men, women and children who do not submit to islam and sharia are being slaughtered as examples. Meanwhile these modern-day nazis are buying and selling young girls for entertainment. The one nation with the biggest bullseye on it for ISIS, that has the power to stop them, is led by this kook who lies daily that his strategy isn’t failing!

It is abundantly clear obama’s strategy is not to stop ISIS but allow them to reestablish the caliphate to control the middle east and then take it globally, as they have promised. Once ISIS has complete control of the middle east they will move on Europe and the US. Once that happens though it is too late and there will be no stopping them. Everyday they take land they gain more followers inspired by their cause to take the fight worldwide. Global domination is the end goal and this do nothing policy is a guarantee these killers will be successful. The policy of “never again” has been completely abandoned by the islamist occupying the white house who is emboldening these islamo-fascists/ nazis.

Those of you in brass what are you waiting for? When the attacks start on US soil this nation will be radically changed forever by the power elite you allowed to remain in power.

President Obama on ISIS, Iran, and Israel
Jeffrey Goldberg The Atlantic
“…I started the interview by asking Obama if—despite his previous assertion that ISIS was on the defensive—the United States was, in fact, losing the fight against the Islamic State terror group. When we spoke, the Iraqi city of Ramadi, in Anbar Province, had just fallen to ISIS; Palmyra, in Syria, would fall the day after the interview.

“No, I don’t think we’re losing,” he said. He went on to explain, “There’s no doubt there was a tactical setback, although Ramadi had been vulnerable for a very long time, primarily because these are not Iraqi security forces that we have trained or reinforced. … [T]he training of Iraqi security forces, the fortifications, the command-and-control systems are not happening fast enough in Anbar, in the Sunni parts of the country.”…read more