The Truth is a Bitch
Telling the truth in a brutal, straight forward fashion is never popular with the Elites.
(Independent Sentinel) - “The Coalition is bullish#t”, says an Iraqi soldier who has been on the frontline. The strategy is not effective, he says. We know that but someone needs to tell Barack Obama who continues to brag about his coalition. The soldier also has strong ideas on who could win this war – Republicans. For Democrats, he has this to say – your strategy is “stupid.”
Master Sergeant Karam Saad is an Iraqi soldier who escaped from an ISIS prison. Speaking to the Independent Journal Review, he described his torture under ISIS, where they barely fed the prisoners and where some were poisoned.
“ISIS would use electrical wires on my back. They would tie a bag off around my neck and fill it with water, all in attempt to get something out of me.,” Saad said.
What they did to the Christians, however, was far worse. He would make them get into coffins, light a fire inside the coffin and then slam the lid shut.
“They tortured the sh** out of the Christians and some died in the process. They would take some and lock them in a kind of casket, and set it on fire from the inside,” he continued.
Obama and his bulls*t cover up for all things radical Islamic won’t categorize this as genocide.
Saad paid a price for his escape – his uncles’ family were beheaded, even the children.
Saad stated the obvious and called out Obama for his nonexistent battle against ISIS.
“The airstrikes are not effective and there are really no functional operations. The coalition is bullsh**! They might get a couple good shots here or there, but for the most part it’s not an effective strategy.
“In the future, I feel that the Republicans will be more effective to battle ISIS than the Democrats will. Since 1991, the Republicans have been better allies than Democrats. The Democrats have a stupid strategy. I had spent a long time on the battlefield with the Republicans politics and we’ve had way more victories in the fight.”Read More . . . .