ZEE NEWS announces, "The US-led offensive to recapture the Iraqi city of Mosul from the Islamic State group is making progress, the top American envoy to the coalition said on Monday."
They're talking about Brett McGurk and he invests those words with all the persuasion he gives to, "My wife and I have an understanding."
Gullible women and pretty much all of the press have fallen for his lines way too often.
Mosul was seized by the Islamic State in June of 2014.
Next month is June.
Two years later.
The Islamic State continues to control Mosul.
Brett sees 'progress' -- or maybe he's just playing the numbers game again, repeating the same come on line over and over and figuring that, sooner or later, someone will fall for it.
Poor Gina Chon.
He cheated on his wife with her.
Now she's his wife and . . .
You get the picture.
So does Gina, from what I hear.
'Progress,' serial adulterer Brett proclaims.
To rake up his numbers, you'd have to be the King of Bulls**t -- and, yes, Brett is.
We used to link to VETERANS TODAY. Used to.
Didn't mind their highlighting veterans' issues. Didn't mind their 9-11 questioning? Did mind their knee jerk partisanship.
Are we missing out?
VETARANS TODAY'S Jim W. Dean spoke with PRESS TV about recent events in Iraq and, on the bombings, he spoke like only someone safely in America can -- and with their head up their ass -- can:
And at the end of the day, frankly Iraq’s got a huge population. These
terrorist attacks have no effect on strategic balance whatsoever, but it
does allow them to demonstrate (to) the Iraq regime there is no real
protection from continued public attacks like this on soft targets.
There’s just you cannot guard every place.
First, Iraq is said to have between 30 and 32 million. The United States is estimated to have a population of 318 million and China's said to have 1.3 billion people.
So in terms of large populations, get real.
Second, if it had 10 billion people, that would not make the deaths of hundreds and thousands a month any less real.
How many children has Dean raised?
I ask that because I wonder what impact he thinks all this violence has on children?
It creates orphans, it creates stress, it rips away childhood and much more.
But, hey, Dean swears the bombings don't matter because Iraq's population is so huge.
The moron also insists that the political issues are hurting the military strategy. He places the political secondary.
No, the political issues -- the issue of inclusion -- has got to be settled to do away with the Islamic State.
Kat's "Kat's Korner: No one hates Drake more than Drake" and Isaiah's THE WORLD TODAY JUST NUTS "The Original Loose Cannon" went up yesterday and Julia points out that, in the community sites updating yesterday, this was left out:
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