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All Jihadis need is to be blown to Allah!

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Barack Obama, who aided Islamists in overthrowing secular governments in the Middle East, and who has opened the U.S. border to illegal immigrants, is telling Iraqis that they should have secured their own border against the Jihadis invading their country. Now that this tiny army of four thousand is in Iraq murdering and pillaging, Obama is telling the Iraqis that they must figure out how to incorporate them in their political process to recognize their rights to object to the government’s leadership. This mob of Islamist fanatics that is murdering people by the thousands, especially those who are not Moslem, deserve nothing other than justice to be blown to Allah!

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As these raiders cross the western deserts of Iraq, Barack Obama has refused to bomb them, but instead urges the Iraqi government to work with them through and settle their “dispute” diplomatically. As the Iraqi army abandons the very expensive American military equipment with which they were armed and flee from the invaders, President Al-Malaki has turned to ask Russia for military aid. Having taken the Crimea with little more than complaints from Obama, Russian leader Vladamir Putin is more than happy to help the Iraqi government. Iraq, like Iran, may become another Moslem client state of the reforming Soviet Union, despite the war that has waged between Moslems and socialists over the decades the two are very willing to ally against the United States and Europe.

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