Jordanian Pilot Burned to Death by ISIS

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Proving yet again that they are murdering savages, ISIS has burned to death a captive Jordanian pilot, Moaz al-Kasasbeh.   There are people and groups in this world who cannot be negotiated with, but only can be dealt with using violence, and the terrorists of ISIS are firmly in that category.

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9 Comments

  1. Totally agree.
    It is getting to the stage where there needs to be a genuine Crusade – Syria, Nigeria – they keep calling the western Catholics/christians “Crusaders” – time to fulfill their worst nightmare.

  2. Deus Vult. A grievous cause, no peaceful alternative, success probable, and the proportional response is to destroy all those who wield the sword of militant Islam. ISIS, ISIL, Al Qaeda, Boko Haram and others are not discrete entities. They are the differently named legions arrayed against us. They are at war with us, while this peculiar President and a pusillanimous population sleepwalk in a state of denial.

  3. Deus Vult. A grievous cause, no peaceful alternative, success probable, and the proportional response is to destroy all those who wield the sword of militant Islam. ISIS, ISIL, Al Qaeda, Boko Haram and others are not discrete entities. They are the differently named legions arrayed against us. They are at war with us, while this peculiar President and a pusillanimous population sleepwalk in a state of denial.
    (Previous post had a typo in my name. The room is dark. Delete rather than moderate if you can)

  4. Islam is not a religion, it is a geo-political structure, whose intent is total world domination. And when the last Catholic and all other Christians and all Jews are killed, then Islam will devour itself from within.

  5. We hesitate to express what we think are inclusively meant by our own ancient and sacred scriptural warnings concerning false prophets and wolves in sheep’s clothing. One thinks of the Vatican’s current cautious commentary concerning Islam in similar context with Pius XII’s sotto voce condemnation of the Nazis. Nonetheless, we are at war. The enemy will do what he is capable of to us no matter how conciliatorily supine we affect to be. Witness the violent response to Benedict XVI’s innocuous commentary at Regensburg. It was violence at the ready, awaiting any pretext to strike. Is our pusillanimous population content to be fed the pabulum of political correctness by our peculiar President? He describes our enemies in the mildest terms, a bankrupt philosophy. It is his philosophy that is bankrupt, bereft of reserves of fortitude and moral clarity. And what of our people? Are they so bereft of historical knowledge? How many know the origin of the phrase “A feather in your cap”? Hint: It has an eastern European source. Our Lady of Czestochowa, pray for us.

  6. ISIS & the legions of Muslim terrorists are a terminal cancer & need to be destroyed. I would suggest starting the eradication by LEVELLING THE CITY OF RAQQA. I would leave no building standing, especially since they have made the Armenian Catholic Church, Church of the Martyrs, a ISIS headquarters. I repeat, LEVEL RAQQA.

  7. The murder of a citizen under such circumstances is an act of war, and how exponentially more so the murder of thousands. As the principles of a just war obtain, the battle should be pursued. So we see probable justification for a coalition including at least Israel, Iraq, Jordan, Japan, France and most of Europe, Nigeria, Cameroon, Chechnya, the United Kingdom, the United States and the allies of each and all. Who shall lead us? Hello! Hello!

  8. The West is weak. Weak minded, weak willed, weak morals. institutions are run by weak men – men who show strength only to those who cannot oppose them, like Castro or Obumbler.

    The current Roman Pontiff is not a dissimar person. He slaps traditionalists, abuses the FFI and the Sisters of that order and listens to the mushmouths who have chased away countless Catholics (Cardinal Rodriguez of Honduras). He was very weak when calling for ISIS to be stopped. ISIS will be stopped when they are killed.

    Roman Pontiffs of the past understood this. Not anymore.

  9. Our peculiar president’s comments at the prayer breakfast adds fuel to the fire of our indignation. We remind ourselves, “Be angry but do not sin”.

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