Joint Chiefs Chair: ISIS Has ‘Grievances’ That Need to Be Addressed

Posted by on Sep 16, 2014 at 1:12 pm

We’re in the very best of hands.

“The nature of the threat is such that, as I mentioned, it will only be defeated when moderate Arab and Muslim populations in the region reject it. And therefore, the way forward seems to me to run clearly through a coalition of Arab and Muslim partners, and not through the ownership of the United States on this issue. And so the strategy does that,” Dempsey said when asked whether he agrees with President Obama’s plan to degrade and destroy the Islamic State.

“It seeks to build a coalition, encourage an inclusive government to address the grievances that have caused this in the first place, it applies U.S. military power where we have unique capability to do so, and over time it allows those populations to reject ISIL.”

We suspect the “grievances” have something to do with radical Islam and cannot be addressed by anything than their outright destruction. Dempsey, meanwhile, also noted there likely will be troops on the ground to uproot these savages, conflicting with anything Obama has been babbling about of late.

Here’s a look at this mamby-pamby nonsense:


2 Responses to “Joint Chiefs Chair: ISIS Has ‘Grievances’ That Need to Be Addressed”

  1. steve c on 16/16/14 at 1:52 pm

    They do have a grievance– the fact that there are still in existence billions of non-Muslims, Christians and Jews they have not yet destroyed or enslaved…

  2. mike191 on 16/16/14 at 3:08 pm

    Paging Dempsey : What are moderate Muslims, ,people with one less gun. “…address the grievances… are you serious. Mr. Dempsey should read post one and retire .