I have said many times now, through researching, as have others that Obama, yes the leader of the USA has Muslim ties and has and is funding Muslim and so called ‘Enemy’ http://shaunynews.com/2014/05/08/obama-and-the-muslim-connection-disturbing-photo-of-obama-depicted-as-a-king/ and this http://shaunynews.com/2014/06/10/obama-broke-a-law-and-nobody-in-the-usa-noticed-this-surrounds-the-bergdahl-trade-of-prisoners-of-war-and-obamas-muslim-connection/ I have asked 100,000 times now, what do these images mean below. Why are the USA Military saying ‘I won’t fight for Obama’s Al Qaeda” and NOBODY has came back with one answer or even said it can be true. They say a picture speaks a 1,000 words, what Rand Paul said here, I know what is coming “Ahh but he is this party and this party and this politician said this” I ASK YOU STICK TO FACTS! This is NOT about only the USA, this is a Global problem where ISIS are about to create a brand new COUNTRY! You decide!

This is bad for our World

Who is he asking to wake up? Santa?

These guys did 9/11 how can they be Obama’s?

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) argued that the US has made ISIS stronger by being “allied with them in Syria” in an interview on “The Sean Hannity Show.” Paul stated that while there were many causes to ISIS’ strength, he declared “one of the reason’s they’re stronger is that we have been allied with them in Syria we’ve been funding Islamic rebels…to fight against Iranian proxies in Syria, but now, on the other side of the world, we’d be siding with the Iranian Guard.” After Hannity blamed President Barack Obama’s policies for the deteriorating situation in Iraq, Paul countered that “we shouldn’t always say that it is just our fault, or any one person’s fault over here,” and argued that Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki deserved a large chunk of the blame.

He further said that if the US had left a residual force in Iraq, it is possible “we would be back in the middle of a war right now.” Paul also clarified that he believed the troop surge worked, and later stated that no one is blameless for the chaos in Iraq, but declared that putting troops in and “trying to build a country” doesn’t work. Speaking on NBC News’s Meet the Press programme, Paul said the US government has been funding Isis’s allies and supporting the terrorist group in Syria. “They’re emboldened because we’ve been supporting them,” he said. “It could be Assad [could have] wiped these people out months ago. “I personally believe that this group would not be in Iraq and would not be as powerful had we not been supplying their allies in the war.” Rand claimed Isis has also received funding from Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

The Kentucky senator expressed doubt about the need for US involvement in the Syrian crisis, following news that US President Barack Obama sent up to 300 “military advisers” to Iraq to help the country’s beleaguered army combat Isis. “We should prevent [Isis] from exporting terror but I’m not so sure where the clear-cut American interest is,” Paul said. Speaking on CNN’s State of the Union programme, Paul also said he does not believe Isis poses an immediate threat to US security. “Right now, if you’re a member of Isis, you’re looking at the Shi’ites right in front of you in the battles you are fighting. “I don’t believe Isis is in the middle of a fight right now, thinking, ‘Hmm we should send intercontinental missiles to America’.”
Paul added that Syria would become a “jihadist wonderland” if Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is removed from power. Earlier this week, conservative website WND claimed that members of Isis were trained by US instructors at a secret base in Jordan in 2012 as part of a covert programme aimed at supporting Assad’s opponents. Last year, the Guardian reported that Jordanian security sources confirmed US, British and French instructors were training Syrian rebels in Jordan in an effort to strengthen secular elements of the opposition.

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I am not the only one to be saying this!

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