Republicans for ISIS

I have been checking blogs about the Syrian Civil War for some time now. One thing has become very clear. I now have a handle on what the supporters of the Syrian “moderate rebels” are all about.

Here is the profile of supporters of “Free Syria” and the “moderate rebels” including supporters of the “Free Syrian Army:”

They all and I do mean all, love ISIS. Every time ISIS succeeds on the battlefield, all supporters of “Free Syria” roar with approval. The also love the Nusra Front (Al Qaeda), Jaish al Islam and all of the rest of the Islamist groups.

Secular or nationalist groups make up maybe 10% of all fighters, but even they engage in the worst sectarian language such as calling the Alawi Nusayri. Nusayri is a vicious Sunni insult for Alawites and it has a murderous or even genocidal history and current project behind it. All of the secular or nationalist groups fight alongside the Islamist groups, in particular, they all fight alongside Al Qaeda or Al Nusra. So really all of the Syrian rebels are just Al Qaeda, ISIS, other Islamists or their close allies. Those are your moderate rebels for you.

They all hate Russia. This extends to general Cold War style propaganda against “Russian Communists” where Russia is conflated with the Soviet Union as all propaganda of the current Cold War 2 does.

They all describe themselves as conservatives. On these boards, all of the conservatives are cheering wildly for ISIS and Al Qaeda. So I guess conservatives love ISIS and Al Qaeda, at least in Syria, right?

Like all conservatives, they have an extreme hatred of liberalism and socialism. Anti-Communist language is very common, and Obama and the Democrats are called socialists or Communists as all Republicans do.

They all have an insane hatred for Obama along the lines and intensity of the Birther Tea Partier crowd.

The Chavista government in Venezuela is bashed on a regular basis as an example of the “failures of socialism” even though the whole economy is in the hands of the capitalists and obviously the fault for the shortages is 100% the fault of the Venezuelan capitalists. There are shortages of this or that product which is made or imported only by Venezuelan capitalists? Well gosh, then why don’t these capitalists start manufacturing more of that product, or barring that, importing it? The Venezuelan capitalists are fault out refusing to manufacture more of the products in shortage and they are also flat out refusing to import more of the products in shortage.

They do not like Trump one bit. In fact, they repeat the Economist line that Trump is the #1 threat to the world economy. Along with the Tea Party thinking, I would assume that these people are supporters of the US Republican Establishment – Ted Cruz, Jeb Bush, John Kasich, Marco Rubio, etc. All of them have voiced strong support for the Syrian rebels which in effect means that these Republicans are all backing ISIS and Al Qaeda. Trump is the only candidate who has questioned arming the Syrian rebels and he said Putin was right to go in and help Assad. On the Democratic side, both Hillary and Sanders have voiced support for the Syrian rebels – in other words, both Hillary and Sanders are supporting ISIS and Al Qaeda, at least in Syria.

Their line about Syria mirrors almost exactly that of the US government and the US media. I conclude then that the US government, both political parties and the US media are all supporting ISIS and Al Qaeda, or at least they are supporting them in Syria. Really the truth is that the entire US establishment is behind ISIS and Al Qaeda at least in Syria. There is a tremendous amount of evidence that the US is using ISIS and Al Qaeda to try to destroy the Syrian regime.

They all have an extreme hatred for Iran. They make a big deal about Obama’s supposedly poor nuclear deal with Iran. When they do this, they sound just like the US Republican Party.

They all use extreme sectarian language. For instance, they say things like there is a Russia-Assad-Iran-Hezbollah project going on right now to genocide the Sunnis. They sound just like the Saudis when they talk like that.

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7 responses to “Republicans for ISIS

  1. Are you sure these aren’t neoconservatives?

    • Is that how neocons think?

      • It sounds like these “conservatives” are in reality, Jewish neoconservatives. The Jews want to use ISIS to either overthrow Assad, or destabilize Assad by creating chaos. Because a strong Syria led by Assad is a threat to Israel. The Jews hate Iran for obvious reasons, like arming Hezbollah in Lebanon which conducts attacks on Israeli soldiers. The Jews hate Russia because the Russian people are deeply anti-Semitic and initiated numerous pogroms against Jews prior to the “Communist” (Jewish) takeover. Russia, under Putin, is an Assad ally who helped destroy ISIS in Syria. ISIS who, as you pointed out already, was trained, armed, and funded by Jews who control Obama. And the Jews hate Trump because he isn’t under the control of Wall Street. If Trump wins, the Jews lose the White House and a lot of their control over the U.S. Government.

        Who in their right mind would support ISIS? Other than sociopathic, Machiavellian Jews who care only about one thing: Israel.

  2. James Schipper

    Dear Robert

    There is really only one moderate party in Syria, and that is the Assad regime. They are brutally repressive, but they are moderate in the sense that in their view there is room for all religions in Syria. The basic deal in Assad’s Syria is: as long as you don’t wage opposition to our regime, you can practice any religion that you like. Their opponents will provide neither political freedom nor religious tolerance. At least with Assad there is religious tolerance. If Assad falls, which thanks to the Russians is now very unlikely, then Christians in Syria will endure the same fate as those in Iraq after the fall of Hussein. American Evangelicals who were cheering Bush on in Iraq and who are now clamoring fro the fall of Assad are pathetic.

    Regards. James

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