December 10, 2015

When you contrast Putin's war on ISIS with Obama's weak response, "can you see the appeal of a Donald Trump?"

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

The Russians have announced that, with a single strike, they've killed 600 terrorists.

I don’t know if that’s credible. Putin is a liar who supports evil regimes.

But the sheer volume of attacks against ISIS fielded by the Russians surely dwarfs the efforts of the entire allied coalition combined.

Why is Russia doing this? One obvious answer is that Russia is propping up the dictatorship of Syria, a Russian ally and colony and host of a Russian naval base.

But another is Putin's worldview. He wants Russia to be globally dominant again.

If you were a country in the Middle East, or a terrorist anywhere, and you were wondering who was serious; who you would want as an ally; and who you would fear as an enemy, would it be Putin — brutal, decisive, committed, politically incorrect? Or would it be Barack Obama?

America used to be great. Obama clearly doesn’t believe it is, or that it should be.

Can you see the appeal of a Donald Trump?


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commented 2015-12-11 08:45:17 -0500
The ISIS thugs are the modern-day, internet-savvy Nazis and Obama is the modern-day, weak, indecisive Neville Chamberlain.
commented 2015-12-11 02:43:13 -0500
All you have to do, is look at how Putin handled the Moscow theatre siege. That alone tells you why the muslim terrorists will screw with france and usa over russia.
commented 2015-12-10 19:43:16 -0500
Ezra – we disagree on Putin

You might not like him but he is a man – and one that is prepared to not be a mouse.

Hussein on the other hand – he is a limp dick type of guy.

Trump will do well – despite the best efforts of the left – if he beats BitchHilary then the world will change overnight.

As for killing 600 in one strike?

Under the correct circumstance it can be done easily – and if anyone could do it – Putin and his boys could.

Never doubt that
commented 2015-12-10 19:26:17 -0500
I have spent many hrs listening to putin at the un and other world leaders events, and news gatherings .I would say he is one of the only world leaders that has his shit together and is no threat to anyone or country that does not meddle globally . most of the stuff the media sells here on the ukraine and syria, and the rest of the middle east is propogandga at best . I have more than done my home work in that regard , and russia would make an excellent ally for Canada. Not so sure about the us whom still had plans for a Canadian takeover in the 1930’s nor there meddling in our energy fishing logging and other natural resource sectors holding our country back at every chance. Trump and Putin are the best things to come around since Churchill.
commented 2015-12-10 17:15:52 -0500
I think Cameron has finally seen the light and is trying to take steps to help the Britain. The writing has been on the wall for some time, so it’s good to see him do the right thing here.
commented 2015-12-10 15:58:14 -0500
America needs Donald Trump, he will break Americans out of the stupor they have been in, created by Obama. The whole western world needs Donald Trump, we have been brainwashed by Marxist for to long. Go for it Donald.

As for Obama vs. Putin, I would pick Putin anytime.

Britain has been knocking out ISIS controlled oil fields for a week or more now. They are using the RAF Typhoon, one of the most advanced fighter/bombers in the world, along with Tornados, they are doing a pretty good job. I am surprised that Cameron allowed this, as it involves hits on Syria. He did the right thing, for once.
commented 2015-12-10 15:50:53 -0500
Putin, is using the syrian war as a training ground for materials and weapons, nothing like having a free range to experiment with live conventional weapons on a live force…whether one agrees or disagrees with the ethics of it, no one is stopping him.
commented 2015-12-10 15:32:30 -0500

I see the appeal of Vladimir Putin. I support Trump for other reasons, but I digress. One of those reasons is he has plans to support and/or at least be friendly with Russia if he becomes POTUS. Trump also promised to fix income tax and Wall St. for the US down there. There is my appeal for The Donald. (BTW, thanks for the cross-coverage on these elections)
commented 2015-12-10 14:39:48 -0500
“Do you see the appeal of a Donald Trump?”, asks Ezra. Yes, its a perfectly logical response, to the weakness and vacillation.
But I still don’t want him in charge in the US. There are some other good picks there, who would be equally strong in the fight against ISIS, and not be such a wild card in other areas. We certainly do need a strong show of strength and resolve from our part of the planet, and soon, really soon. I’d take Trump over Obama any day of the week though. When Obama is finished, Justin had better watch out, because his position is going to be glaring stupidity to a Republican President.
commented 2015-12-10 14:04:42 -0500
Was watching a documentary about UK special forces and the Taliban. These brave men were conducting an operation whereby they were using $40,000 missiles from attack helicopters to take out one man. And that only happened if they could verify 100% he was or was not a threat. Is this seriously how we are fighting the Taliban, and in turn ISIS? Taking out 2 or 3 enemies a day at $40,000 a pop tells me we are on the losing end of this war. Why are we not going in there with an army, like 25,000 troops, entering ISIS hideouts and flashing those rats out, where we see thousands of ISIS bodies a day? Are we trying to win this was or is this just all about containment? If we are not there to win, then I agree with Trudeau for removing our troops. The US needs to offer some damn leadership and show it is serious about the ISIS threat.
commented 2015-12-10 13:31:31 -0500
Both obama and trudeau are looked at as weak by muslims terrorists, We all know what they do to the weak, all they understand is a position of strength, Both obama and trudeau are not committed to destroying muslim terrorist scum, Even the words muslim terrorist scares them they refuse to even say them. How are they even going to protect canadians and americans when words scare them. Go putin GO.
commented 2015-12-10 13:18:23 -0500
It is so refreshing knowing there are at least two people out there who have ba__s and are not afraid to take on the enemy. I will take Donald Trump and Putin any day over the two whimps (Communists) Canada and the US now have running their country. We sure miss Mr. Harper. He too was not afraid to take on the enemy. Keep up the good work Donald and Putin. We have enough mice trying to run the show.
commented 2015-12-10 13:04:08 -0500
The West has forgotten how to engage in and win a war. Back in WW2, the allies carpet-bombed German cities and nuked two Japanese cities. Both fronts of the war were ended shortly thereafter. Fast forward to today, when you have a commander-in-chief unwilling to even call the enemy by its name. He refuses even to bomb ISIS-controlled oil fields over fears of environmental damage. Talk about messed up priorities. Putin is a villain and a thug, but he’s right on ISIS and it pleases me to hear he may be responsible for 600 terrorists being shuffled off this mortal coil.
commented 2015-12-10 12:51:00 -0500
“You can see the appeal of a Donald Trump” and the national embarrassment of a Justin Trudeau.
commented 2015-12-10 12:47:15 -0500
Putin is showing the world how to properly fight terrorists and what a joke the Obama led coalition really is.