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calendar   Sunday - June 15, 2014

ISIS: hellspawn barbarians lead by former US prisoner

Via Rusty

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ISIS forces execute bound prisoners in a shallow grave. Too graphic? Too bad. This is reality. And this picture is nothing compared with the rest of them that they’ve gleefully put out online. I’m not linking to the videos.

Blood-thirsty jihadists are carrying out summary executions on civilians, Iraqi soldiers and police officers - including 17 in one street alone - on their warpath to Baghdad, the UN said today.

As a shocking picture of the ISIS insurgency continues to develop, the Islamist group are posting barbaric videos online with the intent of showing the world they will stop at nothing to achieve their end game.

In one, which is too graphic to publish, fighters are seen knocking on the door of a Sunni police major in the dead of night.

When he answers, they blindfold and cuff him. Then they carve off his head with a knife in his own bedroom as sweetly lilting religious hymns are played over the top.

An image of the officer’s decapitated head was tweeted with the sickening message: ‘This is our ball. It is made of skin #WorldCup’. ISIS also claims to have executed 1,700 Shia soldiers on their push for the capital.

Although this figure has not been verified, the UN today warned that hundreds of people are likely to have been killed by the fanatics since the uprising.

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It’s a damn good thing that OBAMA RELEASED THEIR LEADER IN 2009, otherwise who knows how savage these animals would be behaving!

The United States once had Islamic State of Iraq and al-Shams (ISIS) leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi in custody at a detention facility in Iraq, but president Barack Obama let him go, it was revealed on Friday.

Al Baghdadi was among the prisoners released in 2009 from the U.S.’s now-closed Camp Bucca near Umm Qasr in Iraq.

But now five years later he is leading the army of ruthless extremists bearing down on Baghdad who want to turn the country into an Islamist state by blazing a bloody trail through towns and cities, executing Iraqi soldiers, beheading police officers and gunning down innocent civilians.

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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 06/15/2014 at 01:30 PM   
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No, Really?

Obama Even Worse Than We Thought

Peter Wehner, Commentary Magazine

President Obama spoke on Iraq earlier today [Friday], pledging to do nothing and essentially saying nothing, even as that nation is breaking apart, with Islamic militants overrunning Iraq and vowing to capture Baghdad.

In light of the unfolding disaster in Iraq, which is linked to the unfolding disaster in Syria, which is part of a broader failure in the Middle East, which is only one part of an across-the-board failure in foreign policy, which is separate from the failures at home–including healthcare.gov and ObamaCare more broadly, chronically high unemployment, the stimulus and “shovel ready jobs,” a historically weak economic recovery, the lowest workforce participation rate since the 1970s, increasing income inequality, and record poverty–the following needs to be said. Even those of us who were highly critical of Mr. Obama early on, who twice voted against him and worked in campaigns to defeat him, could not envision how epically incompetent he would be.

The harm this man has done is immeasurable. And he still has more than two years left to go.

Tip of the old iceberg there, Petey. There’s at least two dozen scandals and Amateur Hour episodes in there that you missed, from losing the Olympics to Fast And Furious to immigration to unions to beer summits and beyond. Probably five dozen at this point.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 06/15/2014 at 12:58 PM   
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calendar   Saturday - June 14, 2014

Teh Ghey Is All That Matters

Liberal groups angry with order to teach Constitution

The South Carolina legislature has rankled liberal groups after requiring that a pair of public schools use state funds to teach the U.S. Constitution and other founding documents—on the heels of a budget fight over gay-themed books in the curriculum.

State House lawmakers previously had cut funds from two public universities in retaliation for required-reading material containing homosexual themes. A revised budget passed by both the House and the Senate earlier this month, though, restored the money—but dictated that exact amount be spent “for instruction in the provisions and principles of the United States Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, and the Federalist Papers, including the study of and devotion to American institutions and ideals.”

The bill restored at least $52,000 for the College of Charleston, and at least $17,000 for USC-Upstate, which were the original amounts cut back in March. The legislation also says that any school that conducts a mandatory reading program must provide an alternative in case the chosen book conflicts with any students’ moral or religious beliefs.

The National Coalition Against Censorship, ACLU of South Carolina and other groups said in a statement earlier this week that the new bill is a “symbolic penalty” that is just as troubling as the House’s original proposal.

“It represents unwarranted political interference with academic freedom and undermines the integrity of the higher education system in South Carolina,” the groups said.

The College of Charleston did not respond to a request for comment from FoxNews.com, but the school’s president said when the cuts were first proposed that the school has the right to introduce controversial ideas to students.

The fight arose after the schools required some students to read novels with gay themes.

The College of Charleston’s program selects one book a year for the entire campus to read, which this year was Alison Bechdel’s “Fun Home,” a memoir about the author growing up as a lesbian in rural Pennsylvania. USC-Upstate’s program has first-year writing students all read the same book, which this year was “Out Loud: The Best of Rainbow Radio,” a compilation of stories shared on South Carolina’s first radio station for gays and lesbians.

Riight. So forcing all the students to read some homosexual diatribe is fine, but being forced by the state to have the students read the fundamental documents that make America - part of what we used to call Civics, I guess - is such terrible oppression?

What a load of monkey poo.

Yes, I know that being “out” is totally “in”. They’re queer, they’ve been here, we’re more than used to it. I doubt if you could find very many folks on the West Coast, in the Northeast, or in any area that gets significant snow, and who live within an hour’s drive of a real city, who haven’t already accepted that some people live alternate lifestyles. We know. We don’t care, and we’re tired of hearing about it. So shut up already. 

And I also know that out there in “Jesusland” there are those who are willfully blind and terribly intolerant. But I ask you: is that blindness not their right?


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 06/14/2014 at 11:24 AM   
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Finally, Some Sun

It’s been dark and wet here for most of a week. We received a good measure of some badly needed rain, and then it kept right on raining. So today it’s mild, the sun is out, the ground is soft, and I’m going to go play in the garden. I managed to dig out 3 20 gallon bins full of soil in between the showers, and now that has to be sifted; a couple more bins full after that, and I can lay in the lower half of the central garden bed. I’ve got the trench dug for the hefty edger stones, so getting a half dozen of them in place should only take ... forever. That comes first, then sifting and mixing good topsoil and fertilizer into the old dirt, then laying that in and compacting it a bit, and then, then I can finally plant. And then I can do it all over again and dig the outer half of the upper central area. Lather, rinse, repeat.

Further down, past the end of the patio, there’s an 8x8 spot that seems to get full sun all day long. I’ve got some annual bulbs that require brilliant light to go in there. As soon as I sift a hundred million stones out of the hardened subsoil there, and work some good black earth into that poor dirt.

It’s a big project, and between the weather, getting sick from allergies, a couple flare ups of tennis elbow, a sore back, my weekend job, and all the other demands on my time, it’s taking a long long time to complete. But complete it I shall, and then I’ll have a place to build a pretty refuge from the nonsense of the world. And that’s what it’s all about.

Oh, right, I’d better remember to swap in a new propane tank on the super grill. We’ve been cooking everything on it, so we’ve used up a whole “short” tank of gas already. ("short" because the propane tank exchange people put only 15lb in the standard 20lb tank, so they don’t last as long as they ought to.)

Right then. Coffee. Bacon sandwich. Wee. My clomp-along mud shoes. Hat. And away!!


Update, many hours later: Ok, good enough for one day. I got the central cross wall dug in, plinthed, and laid in nice and square and plumb. It comes to within a 1/4” of the edgers, which is just fine. I went to town with the adhesive glop, and clamped everything in place. In about a week it will be good and hard. And while I was at it, I dug out another 3 bins worth of dirt. So that’s all done for this part of the garden. It just needs to dry off a bit and then be sifted back into place. My back held up fine, but my elbow is starting to get tired. So time to quit. And time for a cuppa coffee. And a shower. And then off to work for a couple hours to clean my offices. Woo hoo.


I heard from Peiper. He is mostly Ok, but suffering from some rotten back pain. It sucks getting older. Yeah, tell me.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 06/14/2014 at 10:19 AM   
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calendar   Friday - June 13, 2014

A Solution?

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Looks to me like ISIS is up and down just one damn highway.

Bring out the big boys ... and carpet bomb the highway from one end to the other.

Send the Navy in at night. Thermal imaging to find where the insurgents are, and the running vehicles.

Then blast away at them, and come back later with the BUFFs.

Fudge, we did it before in 1991. And that worked out frighteningly better than expected. It won’t be so easy this time. But still ... one frickkin’ highway, dudes. ONE.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 06/13/2014 at 11:08 PM   
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Gee, no, really??

The Real 1%

Chelsea Clinton was paid $600,000/year to work for NBC News

Chelsea Clinton earned an annual salary of $600,000 at NBC News before switching to a month-to-month contract earlier this year, sources with knowledge of the agreement told POLITICO.

Clinton, who joined NBC News as a special correspondent in November 2011, was up for renewal or nonrenewal this year. Instead, the sources said, the network decided to keep her on the payroll on a month-to-month basis so the two parties could sever ties if Clinton’s mother, Hillary Clinton, runs for president.

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As special correspondent, Clinton worked on service-related feature assignments for NBC’s “Rock Center with Brian Williams” until the show’s cancellation in June 2013. Clinton has since worked on packages for NBC Nightly News.

In that time, Clinton’s principal occupation has been the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation, where she has been a major force in steering her parents’ charitable work in the final years of her mother’s tenure at the State Department, and since. This April, she announced that she is pregnant. Clinton is due to deliver her first child in the fall, and it’s unclear whether she will resume work with NBC after that.

When Clinton joined NBC, many media critics chafed at the network’s decision to employ a former first daughter with no experience in journalism. The New York Post referred to Clinton as “just another spoiled, aimless child of rich, successful parents chauffeured through adulthood by Mommy and Daddy’s connections.”

Doesn’t even sound like it was a full-time job. But it was just for fun, really. She made all her real money right out of college at that funds trading house, building up a personal fortune said to be worth $15 million or so. And then they found her a rich boy toy to marry.

Sucks to have such big-time connections like that, don’t it? Daddy gets a quarter mill to give a private speech. Moms gets an $8 million cash advance for her first book (more than any other author in history, including JK Rowling of Harry Potter fame). True poverty. The Obamas have that kind of deal in life too, collecting millions for doing pretty much nothing, plus getting everything for free or at an extra-legal discount. Jobs created just for them that come with $100,000 raises. Sinecures where they don’t have to teach or represent legal clients. Why, they rake it in nearly as fast as those folks in Hollywood, who are just as unrealistic about taxes, costs, and income redistribution as they are.

Funny that - the folks who live in the Land Beyond Money are always the ones taking ours and telling us how to spend what little we have left.

another take ... Chelsea makes $445 PER SECOND for every minute she’s on TV at NBC.

Holy dental floss. I’d be happy with 2 minutes of her paycheck PER YEAR. Sure, 3 to 5 would be sweet, but come on. 2 minutes would do. Even if I had to work a month of 50 hour weeks per minute, which I’m sure she’s never done.

Clinton’s 14 past appearances identified by Business Insider included news segments where she interviewed the Geico gecko and feel-good “Making a Difference” pieces like one on foster grandparents and another on a program to provide therapy dogs to soldiers. She was also interviewed by other NBC reporters about her charity work and role in President Barack Obama’s inauguration. In total, Clinton’s segments from the past 2 years and seven months lasted just shy of 58 minutes.

She interviewed an insurance advertising cartoon? And the Pet-a-Pup doggies? Oh yeah ... fuckin hardcore shit that is. Right up there with dodging sniper fire in Bosnia.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 06/13/2014 at 09:43 PM   
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the basic truth

An essay in black and white.

Lloyd Marcus calls a spade a spade, and boldly goes where no media outlet but every right wing blog has already gone. He just goes there a bit better than most of us.

Go, read, enjoy.

Clearly, no amount of unprecedented unlawful power grabs, narcissistic behavior, blatant lies, and ignoring of the Constitution will sway the mainstream media and the Democrats from their loyalty to Obama. Why? The answer is Obama is black, which makes him their ultimate weapon of mass

destruction able to nuke traditional America. Obama’s mission is to cram his radical socialist/progressive dream for America down our throats.

Obama’s reign of terror is but a mere preview of things to come if the MSM and Democrats are successful in duping Americans into handing Hillary Clinton the keys to the Oval Office.

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The frightening inconvenient truth is the MSM, Democratic Party, and Obama consider American suffering and loss of life acceptable collateral damage to protect Obama and implement his agenda.

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Because Obama is black, Americans suffer and die.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 06/13/2014 at 07:15 PM   
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Oh no! Should I cry or applaud?


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Posted by Christopher   United States  on 06/13/2014 at 05:24 PM   
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Of Course

I was counting down the hours until one of those crotch weasels said it.

Hillary: Fall Of Iraq Is Bush’s Fault

Hillary Clinton on Thursday defended the Obama administration’s handling of the Dec. 2011 withdrawal of troops from Iraq, pointing out that the timetable was first negotiated by its predecessor.

“Let me say on Iraq, because it’s in the news and it’s a dreadful deteriorating situation, the deadline on Iraq was set – was set by the prior administration, that if there were not a status-of-forces agreement … there would not be American troops,” she said.

During an event at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York, the former secretary of state was asked whether she was comfortable with President Obama’s Afghanistan troop withdrawal timeline in the light of “the unraveling of Iraq, where there is no residual American force.”
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Under a security agreement signed in late 2008, the end of 2011 had been set as the deadline for the final pullout from Iraq, but the two governments negotiated during 2011 on retaining a 3,000-5,000-strong training and counterterrorism force in the country beyond that date.

However, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki struggled to win support from major political blocs and disputes over legal protections for U.S. troops eventually scuppered the talks.

Right. Because 2008’s timeline decision was guaranteed to be along the lines of “let’s set it for 3 years from now, and then see where we are then and what we need to do.” Guaranteed.

But Obama, he of the fecal-Midas touch, couldn’t even negotiate a decent agreement with Maliki, who owes everything he is and every breath he takes to the United States. He was our puppet and he damn well knew it. And if not, a little reminder could have been made. A tiny twist of the arm.

You simply do not Cut & Run, even if you think that finally, finally, it’s Mission Accomplished. You ease out, leaving a sizable force in place, working as advisers, integrators, and further trainers. Left to his own, Maliki went right back to his primitive tribal and religious roots, purging the officer corps of those who weren’t “his” kind, and keeping the trained local troops, all of whom I gather were the one flavor of Izzy, from being blended in with much larger group of other local troops who were the other flavors of Izzy. In other words, he became a little Saddam the moment we left. Maybe a bit less evil and violent, but no less aboriginal. He built up his tribe at the expense of building up the country. And now he’s paying for it.

Of course, Obama took every last bit of credit for ending the war as a “win”, and for bringing home all of the troops. He was most emphatic about that at the time: this was his doing. The Me me me me meme. Nothing in there about timelines.

But now, it’s let’s blame Bush. As usual. Of course.

What a lying bunch of sissy pants simpletons.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 06/13/2014 at 03:39 PM   
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Liberal Math

Question: When Does 74 = 41 ?

Answer: When it’s the number of school shootings since Newtown put forth by Bloomberg’s Everytown For Gun Safety and quoted by HuffPo and by pResident Obama as a lever towards more gun control.

Everytown for Gun safety, an anti-gun group formed by former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and prominent gun control advocate Shannon Watts, released new data on Tuesday suggesting that there have been an average of 1.37 school shootings every single week in the U.S. since the deadly 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut.

The anti-gun organization cites a total of 74 school shootings since Dec. 14, 2012. However, several of the shootings have come under scrutiny as some of them appear to have occurred off-campus and at least one may have been an instance of self-defense.

Journalist Charles C. Johnson dug deeper into Everytown’s data on Tuesday and published his findings on Twitter. He also criticized the fact that the group classified violent disputes and gang-related violence as “school shootings.”

Mr. Johnson found that 33 of these were shootings that occurred on or near a school or school ground, but had nothing to do with the students who attend that school, if they were even there at the time. eg; a gang shooting in the playground at 2am is not really what “school shootings” mean to almost all of us. Playing with numbers, because you think we’re too lazy to look it up: standard libtard ploy.

Oh, a minor correction to Mr. Johnson: the Grambling shooting and arrests did actually occur. It was a tribe of ground apes running a burglary ring out of their dorms. All 9 of them were arrested, charged with burglary, second degree murder, etc. On the on the other hand, that same news article does mention that there was an unrelated shooting on campus that caused a lock-down. The shot person was not seriously injured ... so maybe this was an accidental discharge, maybe this was a failed suicide, maybe it was one person taking a shot at another. Were either even students? We shall never know. So maybe, maybe not for that one.

Ok, that takes the score down from 74 to 41 school shootings in the roughly 18 months since the Sandy Hook shooting in Newtown CT. And that isn’t 1.37 per week, it’s about 0.52 per week. One every other week. Which is still far too many, but only 37% as often as the scare monger number tossed about.

Since the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, there have been an average of 1.37 school shootings for each school week, according to data maintained by Everytown for Gun Safety, a group fighting to end gun violence.

Including Tuesday’s incident at a high school in Troutdale, Oregon, 74 school shootings have taken place in the approximately 18 months since the Dec. 14, 2012, Newtown shooting. The average school year typically lasts about 180 days, which means there have been roughly 270 school days, or 54 weeks, of class since the shooting at Newtown. With 74 total incidents over that period, the nation is averaging well over a shooting per school week.

Oh. Crivens, they’re even fudging the weeks part. What, you clowns never heard of summer school? Or intersession classes? A whole lot of college campuses are up teaching all year long. And on weekends too! And often until 11pm at night!!

But, fine, we’ll play it your way. But use Johnson’s numbers. 41 shootings in 54 school weeks is 0.75 shootings per week, close to half your published statistic. Still too much, but please, knock off the shit. We don’t need lies and exaggeration here. We need better mental health care, and psychological incarcerations.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 06/13/2014 at 02:04 PM   
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calendar   Thursday - June 12, 2014

Into The Dustbin Of History

The video says (translated): This was the largest army in the history of mankind at the hands of the Islamic State.

Tens of thousands? (or 4500?) of captured Iraq men and boys ... soldiers out of uniform or not, who can tell?  Marched off down the highway into the desert.

This is going to be the biggest mass grave in history.

I think somebody ought to turn in his Peace Prize. Or choke on it.

Gateway Pundit.
Pamela Geller aka Atlas Shrugs.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 06/12/2014 at 06:06 PM   
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Cat Caption Needed

I was going to send this one to Vilmar, who does all that LOLcatz pictures.

But I figured my BMEWS readers could make up captions (cat-ptions?) just as good as LOL’s.

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So have at it.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 06/12/2014 at 03:09 PM   
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Chris’ Picks of the Day

Haven’t posted much because I’m in the process of slowly moving. Can’t say where yet, just that I’m moving into Confederate territory. Nice rural area with a moderately large city fairly nearby with mucho job opportunities. My friend has a few acres, wooded, nearest neighbor is across the street, next neighbors are a mile down the road either way. So until I get situated I’ll just try to post my ‘must read’ links each day. Vilmar used to do this.

Keep The Week

It would appear that writers for Slate wake, stretch, yawn, and think: What comfortable, familiar, harmless aspect of life can we destroy today? What means of arranging society, accumulated over the centuries, can be torn asunder by whelps hungry for novelty? Latest case: the need to rethink “the week.”

Cantor Fell Because He Wouldn’t Fight the Good Fight

Mr. Cantor lost not because people decided to “throw the bums out.” He lost because he, in this particular primary race, became the national symbol of a Republican Party unwilling to represent our people in our need to stop a corrupt and dictatorial President and his party.

Colleges Use ‘Anti-Discrimination’ Rules Against Christians

The incident at Bowdoin has occurred at many other colleges and universities in recent years. While the universities present the absolute non-discrimination demands as an effort to rid their campuses of intolerance and exclusivity, religious students see it as an encroachment on their religious freedom perpetrated by liberal academia who are hostile toward conservative Christianity.

Beware a Beneficent Government

Progressives hate the states because they can be laboratories of less government. They love central government and all of its creations, such as the cash-printing Federal Reserve, the wealth-stealing progressive income tax, and the concept of a federal safety net for all persons. None of this, except the income tax (which Wilson promised would not exceed 3 percent of adjusted gross income), is authorized by the Constitution.


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Posted by Christopher   United States  on 06/12/2014 at 02:57 PM   
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Have No Fear, Ayatollah’s Here

Iranian Forces Fight Back ISIS In Tikrit.

Two foxes brawling in the henhouse?

Two maggots fighting in dead Ernest?

Iran has deployed Revolutionary Guard forces to fight al Qaeda-inspired militants that have overrun a string of Iraqi cities, and it has helped Iraqi troops win back control of most of Tikrit, Iranian security sources said.

Two battalions of the Quds Forces, the elite overseas branch of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps that have long operated in Iraq, have come to the aid of the besieged, Shiite-dominated government of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, they said.

Combined Iraqi-Iranian forces had retaken control across 85% of Tikrit, the birthplace of former dictator Saddam Hussein, according to Iraqi and Iranian security sources.

In a stunning development that threatens to further destabilize the Middle East, Iran has deployed an elite unit of its Revolutionary Guard to help the Iraqi government take on ISIS, the al-Qaida offshoot that has seized several areas in the northern part of the country.

Two battalions of the Quds Forces are already making progress in their fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS, the Wall Street Journal reported. The al-Qaida splinter group took control of Saddam Hussein’s hometown of Tikrit on Wednesday, but Revolutionary Guard and Iraqi troops overtook 85 percent of the city on Thursday, Iraqi and Iranian security forces told the paper.

Iran, which is dominated by Shiites, has close ties to Iraq’s Shiite-led government.  Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called ISIS “an extremist, terrorist group that is acting savagely” during an appearance on state television, Al Jazeera reported. “For our part, as the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran ... we will combat violence, extremism and terrorism in the region and the world.”

The Iranian military is considering shifting troops fighting in Syria, where forces are supporting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s government, to Iraq if the deployment of the Quds Forces doesn’t make any progress in the latest offensive.

The Times of London said 150 members of the Quds Forces are in Iraq, where ISIS militants seized Mosul, Iraq’s second-largest city, earlier this week.

There’s a big difference between 150 troops, an elite unit, and 2 battalions worth. But still ... the Hero of the Day, Iraq version, sure ain’t Obama. It’s this guy:
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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called ISIS
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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 06/12/2014 at 12:57 PM   
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Not that very many people ever read this far down, but this blog was the creation of Allan Kelly and his friend Vilmar. Vilmar moved on to his own blog some time ago, and Allan ran this place alone until his sudden and unexpected death partway through 2006. We all miss him. A lot. Even though he is gone this site will always still be more than a little bit his. We who are left to carry on the BMEWS tradition owe him a great debt of gratitude, and we hope to be able to pay that back by following his last advice to us all:
  1. Keep a firm grasp of Right and Wrong
  2. Stay involved with government on every level and don't let those bastards get away with a thing
  3. Use every legal means to defend yourself in the event of real internal trouble, and, most importantly:
  4. Keep talking to each other, whether here or elsewhere
It's been a long strange trip without you Skipper, but thanks for pointing us in the right direction and giving us a swift kick in the behind to get us going. Keep lookin' down on us, will ya? Thanks.

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Oh, and here's some kind of visitor flag counter thingy. Hey, all the cool blogs have one, so I should too. The Visitors Online thingy up at the top doesn't count anything, but it looks neat. It had better, since I paid actual money for it.
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