To Fight The ISIS

It must have been observed that the Sunni faction of Islam,

or more specifically the remnants of Saddam’s General staff,

have kept the Western forces off-balance

mainly by nit-picking their targets.

Such strategy leads the western forces away from the

exploitation of captured cities.

Right now, Ramadi has been captured,

and when the western forces rush troops to Ramadi,

ISIS exploits unopposed the last city they captured.

One strategy which may undo the Sunni tactics

is a massed onslaught from the rear.

Yep! You may be looking at massed assaults by Russian forces!

The Khyber Pass could accommodate such an intrusion.

The ISIS leadership just might be quartered at the rear of their troops.

Your question would be what would

the Russians hope to gain from this invasion?

ISIS have not attacked any Russian territory,

Iran being a buffer against such attacks.

And then again, why choose Russia to do the attack?

Because NATO is disunited, unreliable as a unit,

and lacks support from the EU.

Also, NATO’s guns are pointing the wrong direction.

Now, what would the West give to Russia

in exchange for such a military operation?

(Remember that ISIS is still not familiar with Russian weaponry)

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