Ron Paul on ISIS: Another Chapter in the Forever War

Even though the U.S. has been warring in Iraq for 24 years now, The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs says the war there and in Syria against ISIS could go another four years. That is a wildly arbitrary guess since so far, the longer we have been at war in the region the more the jihadist resistance has grown.

This week on the Podcast Ron Paul says that the firing of Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is bad news in light of the wildly hawkish new members of the Senate. Together the latest developments spell a more active war with more spending and more killing.

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15 thoughts on “Ron Paul on ISIS: Another Chapter in the Forever War”

  1. Washington pretends to fight ISIS (who are, in reality, those "moderate Syrian Opposition" fighters we keep hearing about that Washington arms and trains and finances) and whom "israel" provides (at the very least) medical care when they are injured. Their leader, al-Baghdadi, is reported to be a Mossad agent (in case you've ever wondered why "ISIS" only attacks "israel's" enemies and never "israel" itself (even though ISIS has fighters next to the Syrian border with "israel").

    ISIS is a USraeli asset, just like Osama was.

  2. I agree with Ron Paul. We should stay out of the Middle East and focus on our nation. Our foreign policy caused ISIS to form, the crisis in Mali and the Benghazi attacks.

  3. No foreign policy of the west fomed or helped in forming ISIS.. Just as little as any nation or colonial power had Muhammed form the first ISIS and wipe out entire populations and tribes of the wrong belief.

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