Do you think we should Nuke ISIS

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  1. profile image55
    peter565posted 4 years ago

    Do you think we should Nuke ISIS

    My mum recon the best way to deal with ISIS is to nuke them, even if it meant civilian casualty and if we don't nuke them, it would eventually result in even more casualty. I think the problem is because in the middle east, people think those whom are of the same religion to be their own people, rather then their own country men. (Just like in pre 20th century Europe, Europeans think those whom are of the same race to be their own people.) If we can modernized the way people in the middle east think, the problem would be solve. What is your opinion on nuking ISIS

  2. peeples profile image93
    peeplesposted 4 years ago

    No! No! No! There are very few reasons to drop a nuclear bomb. I actually can't think of one right now at all. We've been bombing people for all these years and it has done nothing. We need to walk away! Every other country needs to guard their own borders. It should not be the job of other countries to police the world!

  3. Old-Empresario profile image80
    Old-Empresarioposted 4 years ago

    Where would you propose dropping a nuclear weapon to destroy an organization that you can't even identify on sight? ISIS is the militant wing of a group that wants to make certain nations in the Middle East independent. My suggestion is to not worry about ISIS and leave the Middle East alone until ISIS comes over here.

  4. CHRIS57 profile image60
    CHRIS57posted 4 years ago

    WIth due respect: This is ridiculous.
    Of course there is no reason whatsoever to sentence innocent people to death. And this would happen in case of nuclear warfare for sure.
    As much as the brutal terror of ISIS is annoying, the west in general and the USA in particular have to face the fact that there are too many straight border lines on the Middle east map. This border drawing is unnatural, was created in post colonial attitude by Britain, France, US after WWI. Tribes, ethnics, nationalities were dominated by interests of artificially created nations. Only dictators like Saddam Hussein or the Assat clan were able to keep this mess under control. Today with the withdrawal of the US from Irak and the civil war in Syria, there is a power vacuum that needs to be filled.
    So best is to stay out of this. Any action from the outside (US, Nato, ..) is bound to fail because it neglects historic balances.
    Modern thinking - that is a good one. Certainly not in the Middle East.
    Just look at Israel with its  injection of western people and philosophy. Would you call that modern thinking? Again - too many straight lines on the map (that can not be nuked) :-)

  5. connorj profile image80
    connorjposted 4 years ago

    Absolutely not; yet we must deal with SISI (backwards)...

  6. Zelkiiro profile image95
    Zelkiiroposted 3 years ago

    Of course not. I like Isis. She's a really potent mid-laner, and while her CC might be limited, Spirit Ball is a very powerful teamfight ability and Wing Gust is terrific for chasing and escaping. Sure, her passive is absolute trash, but so is Vulcan's, and Vulcan is a killing machine.

    So yeah, don't nuke Isis. Just because you can't land her easy skillshots doesn't mean the character should be deleted.

  7. lone77star profile image85
    lone77starposted 3 years ago

    No way!

    Same logic: Why don't we nuke Earth? That'll get rid of human suffering forever.

    America has become the new Evil Empire. I wouldn't be surprised if ISIS is another CIA operation to get jerks like your mother to knee-jerk react to their stimuli. That's how we got American Congress to start shredding the Constitution and eliminating the liberties most Americans have enjoyed for two centuries. 9/11 was another False Flag operation to get people to knee-jerk react. And they had convenient patsies all lined up so that they could justify occupying the Middle East. (Don't believe 9/11 was an inside job? Just ask yourself if solid steel ever offers zero resistance, then investigate WTC7 free fall on YouTube.

    The only right thing to do would be to practice what Christ taught -- to love others as ourselves and to wish for them everything that they desire.

    The Neocons and other psychopathic "elite" want us to knee-jerk to their tune. They're playing our egos like a symphony.

    Ego is self-concern. It's separateness (us versus them). If we activate True Love, then there is no more separateness -- no more them, only "us."


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