How many pyschopaths are there in the world? Apparently at least 12,000. ISIS is a magnet

For all types of evil.

The group known as ISIS has murdered American journalist James Foley, beheading him as if he were a captive taken in medieval combat. It posted a YouTube video designed for a 21st-century audience and threatened to kill another journalist hostage, Steven Joel Sotloff, if the United States continues its airstrikes against ISIS positions in Iraq.

The murderers, who now call themselves “knights” serving the “caliph” of the self-declared Islamic State that straddles northern Syria and Iraq, had Foley make a statement before he died.

But first the video showed President Obama’s press conference this month explaining his reasons for intervening against the group he calls ISIL. Then Foley was shown on his knees, his body erect—even proud—clad in an orange tunic with no collar, and his head shaved. Beside him, brandishing a short knife, was his executioner clad in black, his face covered, his voice unmistakably British.

“I call on my friends, family, and loved ones to rise up against my real killers, the U.S. government,” said Foley. He called on his parents not to accept any “meager compensation” for his death. The U.S. bombing campaign against ISIS was “the last nail in my coffin” he told the camera. He called on his brother John, a member of the U.S. Air Force, to “think about what you are doing, think about the lives you destroy. … I died that day, John, when your colleagues dropped that bomb on those people, they signed my death certificate. I wish I had more time. I wish I could have the hope of freedom and seeing my family once again. But that ship has sailed. I guess all in all I wish I wasn’t American.”

Then the British-accented executioner makes a little speech claiming any aggression against the Islamic State is an aggression against Muslims everywhere—whom this sinister pseudo-ninja seems to think he represents. Then he begins to saw at Foley’s throat. The screen goes black for a second.

Right now they estimate there are 12,000 of them.  On a side note, they calling themselves knights is kinda of funny.  The knights who fought in the early Crusades are thought to be cruel monsters in today’s leftist historical teachings. They were thought to have swept into Muslim villages and wiped out entire populations out of some kind of Christianity driven evil themselves.  Hmmm… sound familiar?

Maybe we need to revisit the decisions  those knights made and wonder if they too ran into the same level of jihadist ideology, and after being brutalized by those men who behead for fun and games, decided the only way to win is to wipe them out.

Because folks, all Leftist feel good stuff aside, that is what we are going to have to do.  Just ask Allen West.



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