Thursday, April 14, 2016

"Yeah They're Still At It"

Well just because nobody has mentioned them much lately don't mean they've gone away. Isis is still out there chopping heads raping, and enslaving.

They're still blowing up the past too.

The IS has destroyed a 2,000-year-old gate near the Iraqi city of Mosul. The structure is known as the Gate of God, and used to guard the ancient Assyrian city Nineveh.
The destruction of the ancient structure, also called the Mashqi Gate, has been confirmed by the British Institute for the Study of Iraq, and the Antiquities Department in Baghdad hasn’t denied the demolition, The Independent reported.

 The terrorists demolished the 2,000-year-old gate using military equipment, activists in Mosul told Kurdish media outlet ARA News.

Media activist Zuheir Mousilly added that ISIS have destroyed many of Iraqi historic sites and monuments, including the Assyrian city of Nimrud, the Winged Bulls, and the Mosul National Museum.

As for the gate, other reports suggested that the IS were dismantling it and selling separate blocks.
The historic Mishqi gate, which was discovered in 1968, is believed to be one of the ancient gates in eastern Nineveh province.

 The city of Nineveh was mentioned in the Bible, dates to the 7th century BC, and was once the largest city in the world.

 The destruction of the gate is just the latest in the series of acts of vandalism conducted by IS.
At the end of March, Syrian forces, with the aid of Russian military, seized control of the ancient town of historic Palmyra.

What they discovered when they entered the city were monuments destroyed or harmed, thousands of bombs and booby traps, ready to level the whole city.

Also, all over Palmyra, there were mass graves with dozens of tortured women and children, some only 500 meters from the ruins of ancient monuments.

Last year, ISIS extremists bombed the historic Yezidi ancient minaret of the Shingal district in northern Iraq, and a year ago, they blew up the church of Virgin Mary in the Assyrian village of Tel Nasri in northeastern Syria.

( Copy "Borrowed" from RT. )

...and so on, and so on.

At least the Russians have the balls to do something out there. Our guys...still playing cards with no orders to do anything. Yeah okay a sortie or two here, and there to cover our butts...but that's it.

Remember that Iraqi town that begged for American forces to save them. Gone wiped out. Isis slaughtered all the men, and boys took the girls, and women as slaves. 

Political expedience

Yep just life in these modern times. 

Me I mostly don't care anymore. I'm just here watching cartoons taking my Meds, and living in retired poverty.

This is a job for the young folks, and I ain't holding my breath about that.

Stay Tuned. 


  1. "Dark Age Ahead"

    - Jane Roberts


  2. We are 'in' that Dark Age. It over-came us some time ago. Some might date it to August 1914 when the Second 100 Years War began. That or perhaps earlier. The European Conquest of the Americas.

    I personally date it to July 16, 1969.

    This the date of the first manned Moon Landing. I say this because this was the pinnacle of the "Age of Enlightenment". I'm sure you'll agree the shit has been going down-hill since.

    Just a glance at Western History since that particular summer night is more than telling. We shall never reach that level of optimism vision, and hope least the west won't.

    Maybe the Chinese will eventually.

    Maybe they or perhaps India will, but the West has had it's Day. It's not that it's impossible we could. We have the tools to do it. It's just that we no longer have the heart the 'will' the 'Moral' strength to push back the Darkness.

    We'll have to wait for someone else to do it.