ISIS Executioner Jihadi John Taunts President as He Beheads Second US Journalist, Steven Sotloff

James Nye et al., Daily Mail (London), September 2, 2014

ISIS has released a video that shows the beheading of U.S. journalist Steven Sotloff and says the murder is retaliation for the Obama administration’s continued airstrikes in Iraq.

Sotloff is the second American journalist to be killed by ISIS, and his death comes two weeks after James Foley was executed in a similar video.

In the video entitled ‘A Second Message to America,’ Sotloff appears in a orange jumpsuit before he is beheaded by an Islamic State fighter.


The executioner appears to be the same man who killed Foley–known as ‘Jihadi John’–and tells the camera: ‘I’m back, Obama, and I’m back because of your arrogant foreign policy towards the Islamic State.”

He also threatens to kill a Briton held hostage by the group next. Mail Online is not identifying the hostage.

Tonight Prime Minister David Cameron condemned the video, calling it ‘an absolutely disgusting and despicable act’.

He said he will chair a COBR meeting on the threat to a UK citizen tomorrow, and added: ‘My thoughts and prayers are with Mr Sotloff’s family and friends tonight as they deal with this appalling and tragic situation.’

‘We have already been working hard to keep British people safe and we will continue to do all we can to protect our country and our people from these barbaric terrorists.’

President Obama this afternoon boarded Air Force One and flew to Estonia ahead of a NATO summit without addressing the nation. The White House said the President’s ‘thoughts and prayers’ were with the Sotloff family.

Sotloff, 31, from Miami, who freelanced for Time and Foreign Policy magazines, vanished in Syria in August 2013 and was not seen again until he appeared in a video released online last month that showed Foley’s beheading.

In the new video that shows the killing of Sotloff, the executioner points his knife menacingly at the camera as he speaks.

Clad in the same black garb he wore during Foley’s execution, the killer has a pistol strapped under his arm in a shoulder holster. The black flag of the Islamic State can be seen waving in the background.

Sotloff calmly read a statement moments before his murder. ‘I’m sure you know exactly who I am by now and why I am appearing,’ he says.

He adds to the camera: ‘Obama, your foreign policy of intervention in Iraq was supposed to be for preservation of American lives and interests, so why is it that I am paying the price of your interference with my life?’

While he speaks, a militant calmly holds a knife at his side and stands next to Sotloff.

The man believed to be ‘Jihadi John’–the same militant who killed James Foley and suspected to be Briton Abdel-Majed Abdel Bary–then taunts Obama on camera.

He says: ‘As your missiles continue to strike our people, our knife will continue to strike necks of your people.’

‘I’m back Obama, and I’m back because of your arrogant foreign policy towards the Islamic state, because of your insistence on continuing your bombings and . . . on Mosul Dam, despite our serious warnings. You Obama, have but to gain from your actions but another American citizen. So just as your missiles continue to strike out people, our knife will continue to strike the necks of your people.’

Two hours after the video was released, Mr. Sotloff’s family issued a statement to say they believe he has been killed.

‘The family knows of this horrific tragedy and is grieving privately. There will be no public comment from the family during this difficult time,’ the statements said.

Foley’s family released a statement after Sotloff’s execution, calling it ‘just horrific,’ according to WHDH-TV.

The president was in the White House when news broke, preparing for a mid-afternoon departure for Estonia and then Wales, where he will attend a NATO summit. But the White House didn’t immediately comment on how and when Obama heard about Sotloff’s reported death.

American lawmakers were quick to condemn the video as another atrocity against the US.

Rep. Ed Royce, who chairs the House Foreign Affairs Committee, said in a statement that he was ‘disgusted by what appears to be another horrendous killing of an American journalist at the hands of ISIS.’

‘Sadly, ISIS is bringing this barbarity across the region–beheading and crucifying those who don’t share their dark ideology,’ said Royce. ‘The threat from this group seems to grow by the day.’

The Pentagon refused to confirm the video of Steven Sotloff’s murder today and said they were working to authenticate it with intelligence officials.

Rear Admiral John Kirby said: ‘We still can’t confirm this next video and potential new murder . . . We are trying to find out the ground truth here.’

On Thursday, Sotloff’s mother Shirley Sotloff went on television to make a direct appeal for her son’s life. She addressed Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the self-claimed caliph of ISIS.

‘My son is in your hands,’ Ms Sotloff said. ‘As a mother I ask Your Justice to be merciful and not punish my son for matters he has no control over. I ask you to use your authority to spare his life.’

The SITE Intelligence Group, a U.S. terrorism watchdog, first reported about the video’s existence.

Unlike Foley’s beheading, which was widely shared on Twitter accounts affiliated with the Islamic State group, the video purporting to show Sotloff’s killing was not immediately posted online, though several jihadi websites told users to expect it Tuesday.

The fighter who beheads Sotloff in the video called it retribution for Obama’s continued airstrikes against the group in Iraq.

Sotloff’s mother had pleaded for his release last week in a video directed at the Islamic State group.

Addressing the leader of the Islamic State group by name, Shirley Sotloff said in a video her son was ‘an innocent journalist’ who shouldn’t pay for U.S. government actions in the Middle East over which he has no control.

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest offered his sympathies to the Sotloff family. He said of the video: ‘This is something that the administration has obviously been watching carefully since this threat against Mr. Sotloff’s life was originally made a few weeks ago,’ he added.

‘I’m not in a position to confirm the authenticity of that video, or reports, obviously,’ he cautioned, ‘since I just walked out here.’

‘But if there is a video that has been released, it is something that will be analyzed very carefully by the U.S. government and our intelligence officials to determine its authenticity.’

‘Our thoughts and prayers, first and foremost, are with Mr. Sotloff and Mr. Sotloff’s family and those who worked with him,’ he said. ‘The United States, as you know, has dedicated significant time and resources to try and rescue Mr. Sotloff.’

At the State Department a rattled spokeswoman Jen Psaki confused the executions of Foley and Sotloff.

‘We certainly consider this act, this reported act, the act of the killing of James Foley, as a horrific terrorist act.’ she said.

Foley was the first U.S. journalist beheaded in an ISIS video. His death first aroused Americans’ anger two weeks ago.

‘If the video is genuine,’ Psaki said, ‘we are sickened by this brutal act, taking the life of another innocent American citizens. Our hearts go out to the Sotloff family.’

Asked if the Obama administration will regard Sotloff’s execution as an ‘act of war,’ she refused to engage in semantics.

‘We certainly–I’m not going to put new labels on it,’ Psaki said.

‘I don’t think it’s a useful exercise to go back and forth about new terms,’ she said later. ‘What’s important is what we’re doing about it.’

Videos like the one that surfaced Tuesday, she told reporters, have ‘been one of the motivating factors in the effort to undergo the creation of an international coalition to address this threat.’

Psaki would not say how many other captives ISIS is holding from the U.S. and other Western nations.

‘We don’t get into specific numbers, for the safety and security of individuals,’ she said.

‘We’ve said “a few.” That continues to be accurate.’

The chilling threat to execute a UK hostage is a direct challenge to Prime Minister David Cameron and will send shockwaves through the British government.

Only last week  Mr Cameron warned that ISIS was now a ‘greater threat to our security than we have seen before’.

After the beheading of journalist James Foley, Mr Cameron rushed back from his holiday in Cornwall to condemn ‘the barbaric and brutal act’.

On Friday the Prime Minster warned that the killers were likely to be British.

The Prime Minister was addressing Tory MPs in a private meeting in Parliament this evening when he was informed of the latest video.

At the end of the meeting of the Conservative backbench 1922 committee, Mr Cameron was seen looking at his blackberry before emerging to address journalists.

It comes just 24 hours after Mr Cameron outlined a fresh crack down on extremists returning from the Middle East to wage war on Britain.

He announced that police will be given the power to seize the passports of terror suspects trying to join jihadists fighting in Iraq and Syria.

He also revealed the Government was considering new powers to force jihadis living in the UK to relocate, while airlines will be compelled to hand over passenger lists before flights take off.

New laws will also be considered to prevent terrorists returning to ‘wreak havoc’ on the streets of Britain by removing their citizenship if they are fighting for ISIS abroad.

The Prime Minister admitted the Government would ‘continue to consider’ what further action Britain could take against the ISIS fighters in the Middle East–including what ‘military measures we might take’.

In the Commons, Mr Cameron was asked directly if he was ‘open to the idea of direct military participation in airstrikes’.

He replied: ‘I don’t rule anything out. I don’t think we should.’ He added: ‘We should consider everything.’

The Islamic State group which has taken over a third of Syria and Iraq has terrorized rivals and civilians alike with widely publicized brutality as it seeks to expand a proto-state it has carved out on both sides of the border.

In its rise to prominence over the past year, the extremist group has frequently published graphic photos and gruesome videos of everything from bombings and beheadings to mass killings.

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  • MekongDelta69

    Don’t worry – NoBama has… doesn’t have a ‘strategy.’

    They’re his people, after all.

    • 1stworlder

      He has a strategy to deal with beheadings. He beheading out to da golf course.

  • Luca

    Obama has a strategy but it involves using his 9 iron.

  • Easyrhino

    I’ve said it before, the medieval values of Islam are incompatible with the Western culture and values. That being said we should stay the hell out of their countries, and the ME, as well as pull out all our resources, military and US tax-dollars and leave them to themselves.

    They don’t believe in separation of church and state as with Islam the church is the state.

    Also, there should be zero immigration of Muslims into the West and those already here should be deported for as little as littering.

    • Kenner

      I think the dead Somali Jihadi from Minneapolis who had 9 brats on whitey’s dime could readily be accused of ‘littering’.

      • bilderbuster

        In the US where he left his trash here to carry on and in Syria where he littered it with his worthless corpse.

    • A Freespeechzone

      Agreed–if they continue to bother us; use our arsenal to wipe them from the face of the earth.

      The ONLY thing islam understands is absolute power—used AGAINST THEM.

      No Apologies.

      • bilderbuster

        Iraq never threatened the US but somehow “our” government has seen fit to bomb, sanction, invade and bomb again that nation and it’s people non stop for almost 25 years at the cost of more than 2 trillion dollars.

        • captainc

          sad but true.

    • Garrett Brown

      Yep. There is no such thing as “radical Islam”, there is only Islam.

      • DaveMed

        Or, as I call these people, devout Muslims.

  • John Smith

    Being a lapdog, step-and-fetch-it for (and being completely controlled by) the uh, “only democracy in the middle east” is the root cause of all this.

    Not to mention having our media of news and entertainment controlled by a certain tribe that populates that “only democracy in the middle east”.

    Most of the rest of the world realizes this. It’s is just the foolish brainwashed white gentiles in western/european countries that don’t.

    • meanqueen

      You sound like a liberal. They blame the Jews for everything. Really, this is all the fault of the Germans. I’ll leave you to connect the dots.

  • As an aside, there seems to be a concerted effort to call ISIS by some other name or acronym, sometimes ISIL (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant) or just “Islamic State,” (as in Northwest Islamic State versus Southeast Missouri State kicks off Saturday at 1:30). I think those sly name changes are done to try to absolve certain people from accountability from what they did or tried to do. The Obamaites want to call it ISIL because the second “S” means “Syria,” as in the country that Obama wanted to go to war with a year ago to overthrow Basher Assad who was and still is doing his best (with Putin’s help) to keep a lid on these 7th century retrogrades, while keeping the second “I” as in Iraq to remind people of George W. Bush. Meanwhile, I think neo-conservative Republicans want to say just plain “Islamic State” so that nobody thinks about Bush and Iraq.

    I’m still going to call it ISIS no matter what, in order to throw it in the faces of both the left and the neocons of the mess they made or wanted to make in that part of the world. If Iraq was still run by Saddam Hussein today or one of his sons, and if Assad in Syria was left alone to do what he needs to do, ISIS would not exist today, simple as that.

    • MekongDelta69

      “Northwest Islamic State versus Southeast Missouri State kicks off Saturday at 1:30.”

      What’s the spread?!

      • Sick of it

        I’d wager on a muslim replacing the ball with a severed head.

        • Kenner

          That would be the Atzlan Aztecs.

      • You are what they call “degenerate gambler.”

    • OS-Q

      I had guessed that the correct acronym is ISIL but the American media called it ISIS because a good amount of Americans don’t know what/where the Levant is.

  • I am having a great deal of trouble feeling sorry for these idiot journalists. The chance that someone will behead me is vanishingly small, as I am smart enough to stay far away from countries infested with medieval lunatics.

    • There’s another thing. The media were fit to be tied when the law enforcement consortium that had started to get things under control on the Fergaza Strip the first three nights after the most serious night of rioting and looting was a little too rough with members of the traditional and alternative media. On the other hand, ISIS is beheading media members seems like on a daily basis now, Allah knows when they’ll stop, and the media don’t seem to be as enraged.

      But we both know the answer: There’s a narrative and a President to protest.

      • Kenner

        –to protect?

      • Uncle_Dan

        If you complain about the treatment of the media in Ferguson, you’ll get a respectful hearing. If you complain about beheadings in Iraq, nobody will well you life insurance.

    • DaveMed

      Exactly. I don’t like to speak ill of the dead, but these politically-correct journalists are fairly useless in life. Perhaps the West can glean some useful lessons from their deaths.

      • Daniel Pearl was a journalist beheaded by Al Qaeda in Pakistan in early 2002, so these decapitation murders have been going on for over 12 years now. The notion that some of these guys could pretend to be suprised at this gruesome treatment is absurd. Ten years ago businessmen Nick Berg, Michael Bigley and translator Kim Sun-Il were abducted and beheaded in Iraq. A normal person would notice a pattern here: these creeps like beheading folks.

    • Fathercoughlin

      They got what they deserved.Foley was an anti American,Sotloff was a jew,a citizen of izrael.The latter no doubt assoc with Izrael and Mossad.

  • JohnEngelman

    When traveling in an Arab country carry at least one fire arm. Do not surrender to anyone. It is more honorable to die fighting than it is to be executed.

    • dd121

      When six of them swarm you with AK-47s, you’re pistol is going to feel pretty inadequate.

      • JohnEngelman

        Try to kill one or two.

        • dd121

          The human instinct is to surrender right there and hope they’re nice to you.

      • OS-Q

        A pistol is an excellent weapon to use to acquire other weapons, to secure a hostage of your own, or as a suicide option.

      • Periapsis

        At a few meters or in a confined area, a pistol can be effective, but when you have Jamal Jihadi opening fire on you from 300 meters with an AK, or worse an RPK, that pistol’s useless. Unless you are going to shoot yourself to avoid capture when escaping is not an option.

        • DaveMed

          It would be “nice” if one of these poor captured fellows could use their last moments to stare into the camera and state, “This is Islam.”

          Would be pretty powerful.

        • Garrett Brown

          What’s an RPK? You mean RPG?

          • An RPK is a version of the AK with a longer, heavier barrel and a bipod. It can use the usual 30-round AK/AKM magazines, but is also frequently seen with a 75 round drum. It’s basically a light squad support weapon, like the FN M-249 Minimi used by US forces since 1984.

          • Garrett Brown

            Ah, I know exactly what you’re talking about. It’s like the Middle East’s M249 SAW, and that’s the rifle that can also use the FAL conversion barrel to shoot the RPGs right? I had no idea it was called an RPK. Fine rifles, Russian engineering!

          • I doubt the RPK would take FAL anything. The last FAL SAWs I know of were made at Herstal, Belgium for Israel. These were based on the Modele D, and had quick-change barrels the RPK never had. They were also chambered in 7.62mm X 51 NATO and used FN-FAL magazines.

          • Periapsis

            A heavy, long barrel version of an AK that is used as a light machine gun.

    • MekongDelta69

      Good luck with that…

      You’d better be humping a Ma Deuce or a Pig to even have a prayer.

      Better yet – Don’t go to, or travel in, any Arab country.

    • Garrett Brown

      Why the hell would you travel to an Arab country?

    • Who Me?

      “When traveling in an Arab country carry at least one fire arm. Do not surrender to anyone. It is more honorable to die fighting than it is to be executed.”
      Better yet, don’t travel to one of these Godforsaken countries in the first place.

  • ISIS was allegedly created by Mossad and the CIA in order to whip up a frenzy of anger toward Muslims. The idea is to justify more US military intervention in the Middle East and more Israeli military act ion in Gaza and elsewhere.

    Could there possibly be a worse public relations gimmick than these alleged beheadings. I say alleged because there’s serious questions about whether the Foley murder was fake. One might believe that ISIS is working to see to it that the US and Israel are justified in nuking and/or occupying the entire region. OIL, anyone?

    Once you start peeling back the layers of the onion, there’s layer upon layer of lies and deceit regarding everything in the Middle East. From “weapons of mass destruction” to “religion of peace” it’s all lies.

    Solution: Let the Muslims have their own countries to do with as they wish. And keep ALL of these duplicitous barbarians out of MY country.

    • I keep reading that on some of my favorite websites, that the CIA-Mossad (in as much as they’re not one and the same) created ISIS out of thin air in order to gin up more support for Israel in one way or another. (As if there’s some sort of paucity of Standing with Israel in modern Amurrika).

      Maybe the CIA-Mossad did, but I put that same mentality in the same box as I do this (probably true) notion that the CIA ran crack into black ghettoes. Let me put it to you this way: If the CIA dropped a crate full of crack by my front door, I would ignore it. If someone from the Mossad knocks on my door some time after I get home tonight and asks me to come with him to have a jolly good time beheading people and all the happy fun stuff that the 7th century retrogrades like, I would tell him to expletive off and go try the Jehovah’s Witnesses a few subdivisions down.

      Point is, the Mossad can’t whip up that which is not already whipuppable (for the lack of a better word).

      • Periapsis

        The CIA and Mossad as you correctly stated do not have to whip them up, but they are enabling and pointing them to targets of their choosing. Which might be a neighborhood near you.

      • bilderbuster

        Yes, but that’s like giving a pyromaniac gasoline and matches and the keys to the house of someone you don’t like and then blaming the pyro when he sets the fire.

        • OTOH, my giving a bucket of gasoline and matches to a pyromaniac is not what made him a pyromaniac.

          Going back to the above, I don’t think Mossad helped ISIS grow for any great conspiratorial reason. They helped ISIS for the same reason that we wanted to side with the Syrian “rebels” (basically ISIS and ISIS-types), because of the Cult of Democracy.

          • bilderbuster

            If Israel cared about democracy they would welcome Hamas.

      • ViktorNN

        Israel has lots of reasons to want to see Arab countries in turmoil, unstable, and reduced to ISIS, the Taliban, and Al Qaeda-style warlordism. ISIS, the Taliban, and Al Qaeda are small time enemies that are much easier for Israel to deal with and manipulate than Arab nationalist regimes like Saddam Hussein’s and Bashar Assad’s.

        So I wouldn’t be at all surprised if there was Israeli meddling going on behind the scenes in Syria and Iraq. After all, we know Israel was there on the ground during our occupation of Iraq. It’s just not like Israel to be passive and let events play out without having a hand in them somehow.

        As I say all this, however, I will be the first to admit that people like us don’t know what’s going on behind the scenes there and that it’s a waste of energy investing a lot of time in speculating about it.

        Which isn’t to say that we can’t take strong principled stands about current events in the ME.

        For example, I think pro-white folks throughout the white world can say with certitude that Fundamentalist Islamists have declared themselves an enemy of Western Civilization many times over, and thus we should defend ourselves from their aggression with extreme prejudice.

        Secondly, I think pro-white folks can also say with certitude that Israel has completely separate interests from ours. We should not be bamboozled into thinking that Israel is a “European outpost” nor should we otherwise get wrapped up into doing Israel’s bidding. As a matter of fact, we do Israel no favors by being their crutch. If the West were to cut off aid to Israel, Israel would be forced to make some sort of peace with its Arab neighbors – or, at the very least, we whites will no longer be complicit in Israel’s ethnic cleansing process.

        • meanqueen

          Israel isn’t “brutalizing” Arabs. That’s a bald faced lie.

          • ViktorNN

            Hello Hasbara. How’s the weather in Tel Aviv today?

    • IstvanIN

      The beheadings are real. Neither the Mossad nor the CIA would have any qualms about the brutal execution of an American to make their point.

      • David Jones

        Google “Operation Gladio” & “Operation Northwoods.”
        No qualms about killing our own in a false flag operation.

    • DaveMed

      “I say alleged because there’s serious questions about whether the Foley murder was fake…”

      I did find it rather odd that there was no footage of the actual beheading of Foley. Usually, these events are uncensored.


    • LHathaway

      You got one thing right.

  • dd121

    I bet these two guys who were executed in the past few days were liberals who thought their “good intentions” toward Muzzies would protect them from all harm.

    • These are the same ilk of do-gooder white libs that went to the Fergaza Strip to show solidarity with the black undertow and then got their faces punched in and their equipment stolen and in the case of one white woman journalist, murdered.

      • TL2014

        A journalist was murdered in Ferguson?

        • Yes, a white woman who was a blogger for some relatively obscure alt-left blog.

    • libertarian1234

      Those were my first thoughts when the news mentioned they were journalists. The second one worked for Time Magazine which is to the left of MSNBC.

      • dd121

        My sympathy for them is pretty limited.

        • LHathaway

          There will come a time when western journalists will cover the plight of whites in the West. If they don’t cover all the racism against us (which could be quite a while in the making) they likely will cover the white population and our dwindling numbers. It may have to wait till whites are all dead, but I do believe they will eventually give it news coverage -even if only to make non-whites feel better : )

      • The media was fanning the flames; what did those idiots expect would happen?

  • Maybe my tin foil hat is too tight, but something seems off about this.

  • libertarian1234

    A big mistake ISIS is making are these beheadings, because it only puts pressure on the Western weenies to respond with more bombings, which could well cripple them so badly they will be defeated by the Kurds and the Iraqis.

  • MoMo

    in my post in the Article Intel 300 foreign fighters etc. I predicted then that the second American Journalist would have his head chopped off within a week. That prediction really wasn’t hard considering they have beheaded three year old children, boys, girls, men, women, Christians, Jews, and most of all, Muslims. So you want my second prediction which is also not hard to make (assuming that the United States continues to follow it’s current course of action)? Between now and New Years day there will be another major terrorist attack in the United States much larger than the one on 9 -11. It’s coming! Make no mistake, it’s coming! Here!

    There is hope but hope does not lie with the current administration and our current totally inept President. In my view this is the most serious terrorist threat this country has ever faced. ISIS has to be dealt with now. While Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto was finalizing his plans to attack Pearl Harbor, political leaders in Washington were assuring us that an attack by Japan would be impossible.

    As any wife should know- it is hard to win an argument when the person you are arguing with isn’t listening!


    • bilderbuster

      The US government had cracked the Japanese code and not only knew about the attack but allowed it to happen.

      • They cracked the diplomatic code, but the Japanese had change their naval ciphers. The US thought the attack was going to be in the Philippines, but not Pearl, which the navy and army figured would be considered by Japan as too tough a nut to crack.

        It could actually have been a lot worse. If the Japanese had flown a second strike and hit the oil storage tanks, Pearl Harbor would have been neutralized as a fleet base for a considerable period. There was actually more fuel oil stored at Pearl than there was in all of the Japanese home islands combined. The drydocks and workshops would also have been valuable targets.

        • bilderbuster

          Naw! They ignored the attack on radar and the minisub in the harbor (or was it two?).
          But it could have been much worse if there had been a second wave for sure.

          • By the time that big radar blip was picked up, it was too late. Moreover, a flight of B-17s were due at Pearl from California that morning, so that would necessarily have caused some confusion.

            The mini-sub sunk outside the harbor entrance did raise an alarm, but the US ship commander was young and inexperienced and his warning was dismissed. Another one actually did make it into the harbor and apparently scored a torpedo hit on USS Oklahoma. The crew then took this submarine into the West Loch, rested it on the bottom, and committed suicide. The miget sub was not found until navy divers were clearing up wrecks from the 1944 West Loch disaster, in which a chain-reaction ammunition explosion sank or damaged US amphibious ships there.

            For the tourist, the rusting, beached wreck of one of the LSTs is still visible (the rest, plus the midget sub were raised, taken out and scuttled in deep water). From Waipahu head south down the Waipio access road to the Waipio soccer complex. From there is is a hike straight south 2 km through brush to an inlet, or you can take the road most of the way; it is a right turn at the fork south of the soccer complex.. The wreck is on the northwest bank of the inlet.

          • Periapsis

            The midget sub that was detected then sunk by a direct hit was located in 1,200 feet of water recently, the hole made by the destroyer’s gun plainly visible at the base of the sail. No doubt both crewmen died instantly then the sub flooded and spiraled to the bottom. If I am not mistaken, only one of those midget subs is now un-accounted for. You’re correct, at least one of those midget subs had indeed managed to fire their torpedoes at a ship in Pearl harbor, and score direct hits.

        • tancred guiscard

          This is another example of why I reply to this man. He’s got the knowledge and the knowhow. Always talk to the smartest person in the room, even if it’s yourself! Over there, we dont need hightech, highcost, guided missiles. We would do much better with WW2 style carpet bombing. If were going to put our necks out(shameless pun), why not, as the “greatest nation on earth,” we make the hardest hit for once…

      • MoMo

        Part right we had broken the Magic code but the Naval code was much harder, furthermore Yamamoto had ordered radio silence we didn’t know where the carriers were – we suspected they were somewhere around the Philippines. Moreover, we did not believe that the torpedoes could be operated in 40 fathoms. The guru on this attack was George W. Prange in his seminal work “By Dawn We Slept.”

        There was a time when I would have automatically discounted your position. Now, older and wiser, I trust nothing said by governments. But even if that President had told the truth, that, in an of itself, does not mean that this one is also. The fact is we are about to be attacked again and even with if we are not, Iran will have to be dealt with before next spring. Our President will be forced into trying to walk a tightrope while carrying his country as baggage.

        He may be brilliant. He may be the second coming. He may be charismatic. But he is not what this nation needs the most ……. a leader with a plan!


  • so this journo worked for the corporate media, the same media that promotes and pushes anti-white discrimination and mass immigration?

    Tell me why I should feel bad about this?

    • LHathaway

      The irony being most likely he went over there in the first place was to ‘expose their plight’ and to give voice to the rebel side. A side I’m sure most liberal journalists support. Perhaps I’m out of date, leftist-conservative? I remember when leftists felt that all government was in the wrong (which, their siding with the enemies of the establishment in Syria, is left over evidence of?).

      At times, they Now seem to love government. Now they hate, of all things, corporations (which are Really a kind of communal business – certainly one would think, to them, preferential to private ownership)? But then I’m pretending reality to them has any meaning. The just want to bully whoever their presumed enemies are and at this point cannot be satisfied until the ‘enemies’ of their good sense are all dead or something similar? Perhaps they’ve grown addicted to the taste of blood?

      • Guest

        For gods’ sake, do a little fact checking and complexify your narrative, because you’re making “our side” look rather dim with ancient memes.

        ISIS kidnapped him because he ticked off jihadists by reporting how they worked and what they were doing.

        He got “put on a list” precisely because he was NOT “giving voice to the rebel side” as an adherent or sympathizer.

        I don’t normally quote Wikipedia, or even consult it, but this seems to be a good example of what he was doing there.

        “He had reported in 2012 about Al-Qaeda fighters and commanders from Libya flocking to Syria, and shipping Libyan captured arms and ammunition on its way to join the fight to topple Bashar al-Assad’s regime.

        “He was also was in a reporter team that returned to the compound in Benghazi where the US ambassador and 3 other Americans had been killed on the night of 9/11 that year. He interviewed Libyan security guards who were at the site during the attack.

        “Fox News reported accordingly aided by an animation, that black Islamist flags were seen and foreign words heard, concluding that the claims by ‘Nusrat Al-Sharia’ – affiliated with Al-Qaeda, were in fact correct.

        “He named a Libyan militia operative, Ahmad Abu Khattallah, as the head of the Al Qaeda affiliated group (Nusrat al-Sharia) that attacked the US compound and as the man who himself masterminded and lead the attack.

        “He later reported on a tit for tat retaliation pattern following the US attacks on those that committed the attack on the ambassador’s compound in Benghazi. A week before entering Libya, he had written from Turkey about the Alawites– believers of Assad’s religion, and their support for Assad in Turkey, while another article written on the same day, told about Alawites inside Syria who were against Assad.”

        Don’t you realize that a lot of these young journalists are not “useful idiots” but people doing public intelligence gathering that are just the tip of the iceberg of what the professional spies know?

        If you have evidence that he was a Useful Idiot, then present it.

  • Waldemar Daninsky

    All your base are belong to us.

    • Garrett Brown

      We make base then defense it.

  • sbuffalonative

    And we welcome them into our countries.

    In a few decades, this will be happening on our streets.

  • Smitty

    I can’t be sure—-but the dude with the knife in the black garb looks suspiciously like . . . Shawn Hannity from FOX NEWS!!

  • authorizedversion .

    The nations of the middle east, including Israel, are becoming more and more repulsive to me by the day.

    • Periapsis

      It would be a good day for whites peoples around the world when these monstrous nations cease being supported by the West, then they turn on and destroy each other. We wouldn’t have to get our hands dirty, they will do this at the first chance they get. They are all open air lunatic asylums, or they are being run by one.

  • Paleoconn

    These thugs should get no air time. Let the lib media advertise their shenanigans.

    • It appears they are releasing this sort of footage online, using social media instead of going through Al Jazeera or whatever.

  • Caucasoid88

    Meet Jihadi John, aka L. Jinny, aka Abdel Majed Abdel Bary Hukkalukka, the alleged masked decapitator. He’s an aspiring rapper.

  • “New laws will also be considered to prevent terrorists returning to ‘wreak havoc’ on the streets of Britain by removing their citizenship if they are fighting for ISIS abroad.”

    To “be considered.” Well, they don’t call him Charles Martel Cameron for nothing. It all makes perfect sense. Our open-borders overlords go halfway around the world to kick hornets nests while welcoming as many hornets into their own nations as possible. Then when these events take place, they are shocked! Shocked I tell you! Watch out–now we are starting to consider things!

  • LHathaway

    I’ve always thought of them as racism. There’s a lot of racism in Cleveland, actually. There’s racism spreading out to the suburbs. It’s best to avoid racism, if you can. Most people try and avoid it. I learned the other day they are now knows as change agents, or simply ‘change’. But now they are calling them ‘Jihadists’. Everyone calls them something.

  • KenelmDigby

    Here is a fact that all of you Americans readin simply Amren MUST understand. Hopefully some Americans in the intelligence community and the higher echelons of government might alight upon these words.
    Basically, the Labour Party in Britain, which is the second main political party in Britain in a contest with the Conservative Party, is really nothing more than the political vehicle of Islamic dominance in Britain. You might laugh, you might scoff, but I am 100% certain that by the end of the century Islamism will be the predominant force in the multi ethnic cickfight that will comprise British life. What you really must, must understand is that the forces of uncontrolled immigration and thus islamism in Britain are locked into a symbiotic, vital relationship with the Labour Party. Both forces rely on each other for their dominance, vitality and existence. The Conservative Party is scarcely better. You Americans should all root for UKIP success in Britain in order to thwart a caliphate rising in Britain.

    • Haereticus

      I fear UKIP may be worse than useless even if they gain power. I’ve searched in vain for any quotes from UKIP in general and Farage in particular regarding the mass islamic colonization of Europe and the British Isles. UKIP is just anti-European. Their immigration policy it to favor the so-called ‘Commonwealth’ i.e. the, predominantly muslim, Third World, over our Eastern European cousins. Unfortunately I have to agree with UKIP that Britain’s borders are now wide open and effectively unenforceable under rule from Brussels. Sadly Farage isn’t the answer.

      • Olorin

        I sadly agree on Farage–the answer is to dissolve the EU and restore national rule. Nothing Britons do will help–they are occupied by a foreign power centered in Brussels.

        • Haereticus

          Much as I don’t like rule from Brussels, being from the north, I don’t much care for rule from London either. London is another country, it was always distinct from the rest of the British Isles, but now it is lost.

  • superlloyd3 coon

    Compare Obongo’s no strategy and no comment on this atrocity to his hands on approach to ‘the gentle giant” of Ferguson, and the despatch of Holder and the Justice department to add more fuel to the fire of the negro victim mentality. Truly sickening.

  • is ISIS both the enemy of the american establishment AND the friend of the white working class american?

    ISIS is telling the american establishment to get out of the middle east. Sounds good to me. Let’s pull our troops out and bring them home to drive the foreign invaders out of america and then put them on the border.

    America for white americans, and the Middle East for the middle easterners.

    I don’t think ISIS is the enemy of the white american worker. Maybe their friend?

  • tancred guiscard

    Only when opposing a civilised nation can you bring a knife to an aerial missile fight and expect to win. Though some could surmise by my user name I support a crusader reclamation of these Godforsaken lands, the time is not not now, as we have more enemies at home than abroad, in the US and obviously europe.

  • Paul Lycurgues

    No negotiation. Kill them wherever they’re hiding. Go after them, and punish them hard. Burn the houses of their families to the ground. Kill ten of them for every american they behead. Any sign of weakness on our part will be seen as an invitation to more mayhem, more torture ; unforgiving, unmitigated, merciless strength is the only answer to these people, for they understand nothing else.

  • Bossman

    The violent demented hordes of Islam would like to take the world back to the Dark Ages. We could help them get there by bombing them back to the Stone Age. While Israel has become a hub for high-tech research and development, the hordes of Islam still act as if Mohammed was sitting next to his camel under a nearby palm tree.

    • Periapsis

      Nothing that a few megaton range nuclear bombs detonated in space above their nations won’t achieve. Then the dying will start when they have no food, running water, power, hospitals, refrigeration, nothing. Electromagnetic Pulse takes no prisoners.

  • Epiminondas

    We need to leave the Mideast and we need the Mideast to leave the US. Multiculturalism is a dismal failure.

  • scutum

    “As your missiles continue to strike our people our knife will continue to strike the necks of your people”. Well this is certainly a ringing endorsement that behavior is simply a product of environment and culture, and that genetics plays no role in how people act. Jihadi John was born and raised in Britain and is referred to as a British citizen with a British passport. My image of a British citizen is someone of Celtic or Anglo-Saxon ancestry who behaves in a manner we would consider honorable. It is not honorable or courageous to murder defenseless non-combatants. That is a war crime.

  • at least they have the cojones to fight back against the invader. We Americans do not.

  • jayvbellis

    It appears too many Liberal American/Western journalists have literally “lost their heads” regarding extremist Islam.

    Same can be sadly said about equally naive Libertarians in the Ron and Rand Paul cult.

    These Lib/Libertarian American/Westerners insist that 3rd World Muslims are really no different than usand if these Muslims ever do anything bad, it somehow must be our fault for offending them, insulting them in some way – plus, everything is really about economics anyway and once these 3rd world Muslims learn THE TRUTH about government health care for all or free market economics for the entire world, these minor cultural differences will all go away….

    And in the real world nasty Paki Muslims are raping poor English girls, nasty 8th century Jihadists are flooding in to the USA, the West to do murder and mayhem and the Middle East has reverted to 8th century Islamic savagery complete with slavery.

    • Puggg

      What do you think of this notion that read a lot here that ISIS is over there, as long as we don’t let it in over here, we shouldn’t concern ourselves with what they do over there.

      This isn’t something that the hopeless liberals or the hopeless Rand Paul says, this is something we say, even though I don’t have my mind made up about it yet.

      • jayvbellis

        The Islamic nut job that beheaded the first American journalist was apparently a British Paki Muslim. Islamic extremists recruit heavily in British prisons, European prisons where a very high percentage of convicts have a Muslim origin.

        Nasty non Whites are already heavily here in the West
        The fantasy of leaving the Muslims alone in existing countries is just that a fantasy, like fantasist that Detroit is still all white like it was 100 years ago.

    • Guest

      What evidence do you have that Mr. Sotloff’s reporting was “liberal”?

      From what I’ve seen of it, he was putting himself on the line to expose Al-Qaida’s inroads into the “Arab Spring.”

      I really don’t think the 1960s narrative of liberals and conservatives has any relation to what is unfolding in the Middle East, especially in the past 30 years.

      • TL2014

        Only a liberal idiot Jew would march straight into the lions den. This is Daniel Pearl 2.

  • Jack Burton

    Listen to Anjem Choudary, he spells out what Islam is very clearly and without hesitation.

    – Chopping the hand(s) off of children for stealing is divine law

    – Capital punishment for those who insult the religion/Muhammad

    – Terrorism such as the recent beheadings is advocated by Islamic religion

    – Killing of innocents, women and children is advocated by Islamic religion if they belong to countries or groups who are deemed enemies of Islam

  • Shawn_thefemale

    Bill Maher has been dropped already a few too many times. Obviously on his head.

  • TL2014

    The man, may he rest in peace, was an idiot. A Jew (with extensive ties to Israel!) who travels to a Muslim country is asking for it. Did he miss the story of Daniel Pearl?
    Must have been one of those dingbat loony leftists. Sympathy for his family but little for him.

    • DiversityIsDeath

      Exactly. An “evil white racist” instinctively knows to stay out of these places. Only stupid do-good white liberals and ZOG journalists venture into these third world danger zones and get infected with ebola or cut down by terrorists. Am I wrong?