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ISIS: Those Opposing Military Strikes Should Ponder This

I Know precisely how you feel about these scumbags of the left who want us to do nothing, to look the other way at the savagery of the the Jihadists Yale. I too have a teenage daughter and there is nothing taht horrifies me more than the thought that young girls like her are being so ill used by the ISIL mob. There can be no redemption for “men ” such as these and the only solution is to rain death upon them with enough consistent ferocity that they are wiped from the face of the earth. Be it in the shape of drone or ordinary air strikes they should be pursued from the air until they are frightened to show their faces above ground.
Any that are captured should be subject to a capital sanction for even being the most minor part of this evil enterprise.
Sadly I can foresee some problems with stripping them of their current citizenship should they try to return to this country because the bleeding hearts like Geoffrey Robertson will want to insist that such a thing might contravene the UN conventions by making them stateless.
There is only one rule for this brand of pedophile thug and that is rule 303 .
Angry Comrade Yale, Very angry

The Red And The Blue

WITH CALLS GROWING for military action against the so-called Islamic State — and warnings, including from Foreign minister Julie Bishop, that jihadists bent on setting up a terrorist state may already be too entrenched to wipe out — the usual anti-war bleatings are emanating from the usual orifices of the Left. Today we see a picture somewhat less ideal than the fantasy world in which the “compassion” babblers and chardonnay drunks dwell.

Readers know I make very few bones about the true value of the ABC’s QandA programme: with a panel of six (including the host, journalist Tony Jones) that is invariably stacked 4-2 or (mostly) 5-1 with left-wing participants, QandA is not a serious forum for quality discussion of politics and current events: it is merely a weekly opportunity to get a good look at what the Left is talking about among itself.

So it was last night, and it will equally…

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7 Comments

  1. richard ryan says:

    T The invasion of Iraq was a big mistake, thanks to John Winston Howard, who plunged Australia into the Iraqi war. Now we have Terrorist Alert warning here in the United States Of Australia. Do dreams come true, I had a dream the other night Howard was assassinated, no GD, it was not a wet dream.

  2. Iain Hall says:

    I fully expect that one days soon we will be seeing news reports of on Richard Ryan being carted off to either the loonie bin or some Asio prison for advocating the assassination of a retired former PM.

  3. richard ryan says:

    Speaking of assassinationS, where is GD?

  4. Iain Hall says:

    Falafals have to be sung for Richard and too many of his customers seem to be going on overseas holidays of late.

  5. GD says:

    I fully expect that one days soon we will be seeing news reports of on Richard Ryan being carted off to either the loonie bin or some Asio prison for advocating the assassination of a retired former PM.

    I was thinking exactly that 🙂

  6. richard ryan says:

    OH GOOD! GD is back from Mecca.

  7. richard ryan says:

    Did not know you could busk at Mecca.

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