Including their celebrating mass-murders and kidnappings.
It says one of the victims is a US citizen; wonder if Obama will come up with a new hashtag, or just ignore it?
I mean, he's got IMPORTANT things to do, like figure out how to blame all this on someone else so he can ignore it. Or pretend to be concerned until it's too late and "I really do need to negotiate with these people, as the Iraqi nation is now headed by them."
Of course, he is rather busy screwing the country in other ways, too:
Chris Cabrera, vice president of the National Border Patrol Council Local 3307 in the Rio Grande Valley, said that confirmed gang members in Mexico — including those from Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) — are coming into the country to be reunited with their families, National Review reported Friday.
“If he’s a confirmed gang member in his own country, why are we letting
him in here? … I’ve heard people come in and say, ‘You’re going to let
me go, just like you let my mother go, just like you let my sister go.
You’re going to let me go as well, and the government’s going to take
care of us,’” Mr. Cabrera told the magazine.
Some of our Presidents' other soulmates, who have solutions for our problems. That involve most of us being fertilizer. This article has a fair amount of crap(since when have progressives been against statist solutions?), but has some very revealing quotes:
Elaborate justifications were offered as to why poor people in other countries wouldn't benefit from cheap electricity, fertilizer and roads in the same way the good people of the Tennessee Valley had. Biomass (eg, wood burning), solar and efficiency “do not carry with them inappropriate cultural patterns or values.” In a 1977 interview, Amory Lovins added: “The whole point of thinking along soft path lines is to do whatever it is you want to do using as little energy — and other resources — as possible.”
When challenged as to why poor nations should not have what we have, green leaders respond that we should become more like poor nations. In The End of Nature, Bill McKibben argued that developed economies should adopt “appropriate technology” like those used in poor countries and return to small-scale agriculture. One “bonus” that comes with climate change, Naomi Klein says, is that it will require in the rich world a “type of farming [that] is much more labor intensive than industrial agriculture.”
It wasn’t long before environmental groups came to oppose nearly all
forms of grid electricity in poor countries, whether from dams, coal or
nuclear. “Giving society cheap, abundant energy,” Paul Ehrlich wrote in
1975, “would be the equivalent of giving an idiot child a machine gun.”
You'll notice they like the idea of serfdom; much easier to control the masses when they're trying to keep from starving to death on the masters' appropriate-tech farms.
Hot female poses with rifle
Usual Suspects lose what little mind they have