New Method of Execution for ISIS Fighters: Kneel Before Bombs Buried in The Ground

New Method of Execution for ISIS Fighters: Kneel Before Bombs Buried in The Ground

From burning men alive to throwing people off of buildings to drowning prisoners in cages, ISIS has made sure to document their brutal killings in graphic videos for the world to see. The latest in Afghanistan illustrates militants burying several explosive charges beneath the ground before covering them with earth. Their blindfolded prisoners were marched (to their death) and forced to kneel on the ground where the bombs are subsequently detonated.

It is suspected that the 10 “apostates” were of the Shinwari tribe and were accused of aiding the Taliban in the Afghan province of Nangarhar, where ISIS was recently forced out.

And there you have it. More from our “religion of peace”.

It is easy for us to sit back and say “that is in Afghanistan and can never happen here on our soil.” The harsh reality is that some of us have loved ones in Afghanistan and Iraq to this day. Any one of them can end up in dangerous territory at any period in time. Why do I bring this up? Because our administration right now wants to make military cuts in a time when we need to protect our home land and our men and women who are overseas defending it.

Up until April, my husband was a civilian contractor pilot in Afghanistan. Despite the actions of what we have seen in the above videos and photos, our defense budget is being pared down. Our military and civilians who are overseas in these hot spots are dealing with increasingly limited resources to do their jobs and restrictions on doing their jobs.

Just this past weekend, Former NATO Supreme Commander James Stavridis criticized President Obama, for recent cuts to military spending while U.S. troops are still engaged on multiple fronts around the world.

“We have already cut defense … about 30 percent over the last 10 years, and we’re still at war. We’re actively involved on multiple continents in real combat operations. We should not be drastically reducing our troop levels.”-James Stavridis

Stavridis also disagreed with the president’s recent decision to pull the sole remaining aircraft carrier patrolling the Middle East out of the Arabian Gulf.

General Ray Odierno of the U.S. Army also expressed his concern last month. He believes that the U.S. military could have thwarted the rise of the Islamic State had the Obama administration left troops in Iraq beyond 2011. He had recommended in 2009 that the United States keep 30,000-35,000 troops in Iraq beyond 2011, his recommendation was rejected.

“If we had stayed a little more engaged, I think maybe it might have been prevented. it would have been good for us to stay after the end of 2011. “In my mind, we don’t have the ability to deter, The reason we have a military is to deter conflict and prevent wars. And if people believe we are not big enough to respond, they miscalculate.” –General Ray Odierno-U.S. Army

But by all means, let’s discuss “important” issues with our military service men and women. Like gender reassignment surgery and hormone therapy for those with gender dysphoria. Because we need a more “politically correct” and “inclusive” military environment. . And while we are at it, let’s change the Rules of Engagement and fight “smart wars” with “smart power” because everyone deserves respect. Yep. Even the people who drown people in cages. And while we are at it, let’s add insult to injury and not take care of our veterans when they return to our homeland from not having the support they need in the field.

I hate to be all doom and gloom but the countdown to the end is here. It can go either way in November of 2016, folks.

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  • Appalled By The World says:

    For primitive savages they sure are an ingenious bunch. Seems like they’re always coming up with new ways to kill.

    Best use of military power in areas where ISIS is would be using tactical nukes on them. Keep the troops out of harm’s way and just exterminate the world’s vermin instantly.

  • Lisa Carr says:

    I hear you. And the left is getting their noses out-of-joint (which doesn’t take much these days) about Mike Huckabee’s remark at the GOP debate on Thursday about how the military’s job is to “Kill people and break things.” (THE HORROR!)

    I’d say that’s about right. Especially if we’re concerning ourselves with ISIS.

  • GWB says:

    We have already cut defense … about 30 percent over the last 10 years, and we’re still at war.

    What you mean “we”, kemosabe? You Euros are the ones that have been cutting defense.

    In my mind, we don’t have the ability to deter, The reason we have a military is to deter conflict and prevent wars. And if people believe we are not big enough to respond, they miscalculate.

    No, we have the ability to deter. We don’t have the will to deter.

    The problem is not the ability of our military, but the will of our gov’t (and the people) who seem to believe that they can simply write a “constitution” and have elections, and BINGO! you have a free country that’s our ally. Oddly enough, that’s what the Soviets told the world for half a century (maybe not the ally part).

    We should let the world go to hell around us, as long as they leave us (and our real allies) alone. Then, maybe, we can start some missionary work to build the world back up. Of course, that will require being a freedom-loving, law-based, real rights-honoring, non-post-modern republic ourselves.

    It can go either way in November of 2016, folks.

    Sorry, but I haven’t been that optimistic in a long time. The only two ways it can go in 2016 (via the ballot box) are “to he11” and “to he11, but slower”.

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