On “Meet the Press” Sunday morning, White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough outlined what success looks like in the war against ISIS. “Success looks like an ISIL ISIS that no longer threatens our friends in the region, no longer threatens the United States. An ISIS that can’t accumulate followers, or threaten Muslims in Syria, Iran, Iraq, or otherwise,” McDonough. Retired Gen. John Allen, newly appointed to lead the fight against ISIS, will sit down with the president Tuesday to consider options that could lead to such success, he said.
“War against ISIS.”
No it isn’t. Islam is the power of Muslims, and, at the moment, ISIS is the kinetic energy of that power, while in the same moment, the Levant is the potential energy of that power.
POTUS declared war on both the potential and kinetic energy that powers Islam. So Islam can find another power to base itself on, or watch these die.
That’s why Iran is “in” and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is “wavering.”
Iran wants to shift that power wayaaaaaaaaa- over towards their side, which may need to happen if the Kingdom makes an “arrangement” to keep what they got, in exchange for Iran under a Caliphate.
When you’re in a civil war, it is all family.