Remember how Obama and other Democrats told us that the world would be a safer place if the U.S. would to take a step back and let people take care of themselves and their own problems?
Yeah. About that:
Two bombs exploded at a busy market in central Baghdad on Saturday killing at least 21 people and wounding more than 40 others, police and medics said.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attacks, but Islamic State regularly targets civilians in the Iraqi capital.
And, indeed, ISIS has already claimed responsibility for this latest mass murder.
The good news is that ISIS is quickly losing ground in Iraq. The radical Islamic butchers are being pushed back everywhere, and are especially suffering in the city of Mosul (see image above this article). The bad news? Because they’re losing territory, they’re now focusing on carrying out as many terror attacks as possible.
The main problem with ISIS was and continues to be that the anti-ISIS coalition has still not decided to wage this war the only way it can actually be won: it has to be a Machiavellian war. By that I mean: you destroy your opponent completely so there’s no danger whatsoever of him ever regrouping and striking back at you.
What does that mean? Politically correct liberals will undoubtedly scream “human rights abuses!” if we put this strategy into practice: kill them all. Don’t give them an opportunity to flee. Don’t even let them surrender. Go in there and destroy every single one of them; the entire ISIS group has to be wiped off the face of the earth.
Sadly, the current U.S. administration and European governments don’t have the courage to do so. Let’s hope that’ll change when Trump takes office on January 20th.