Tuesday, December 22, 2015


The last couple of months we've seen professional analysts and commentators struggling with the question, what the hell is Obama's strategy with the Islamic State, or ISIL as he prefers it. Answers have been ranging from "there is no strategy" to outright incompetence. Here's an hypothesis that Obama favors Iran over the Sunni alliance. 

Nov. 22, 2015 Rush Limbaugh talks to Chris Wallace on terror attack, refugee crisis.

UPDATE: It is intriguing that mainstream media has focused on violent terrorist acts of the Islamic State (IS or ISIS), a radical Sunni Islamist group, while they are deliberately avoiding raising awareness about other Islamist terrorist groups that are as brutal as ISIS, if not worse. The other groups that I am referring to are primarily the Iranian-backed radical Islamist militias. Brutal terrorist groups such as Kataib al-Imam Ali (KIA) are not any less violent than ISIS when it comes to the aggressive and horrific tactics they use against civilians. (...) Another militia group that is known locally for its violent attacks is Asa'ib Ahl al-Haq. It reportedly receives approximately $2 million a month from the Islamic Republic. There exist more than 100 of these Islamist terrorist groups (...) One reason behind the liberal media outlets’ failure to shed light on non-ISIS terrorist groups is that they do not want to criticize Iran. These outlets are heavily influenced by the Obama administration's leniency toward the Islamic Republic. If President Obama views Iran as a constructive state actor, then the media put aside standards of professional journalism and follow in the footsteps of the President. (...) (Source)