Stores Discovered in Areas East, West, South and North Around Tikrit and Baghdad
HANJABI, Iraq — President Obama is currently meeting privately with his cabinet to discuss the news from Iraq that ISIS has discovered scores of Weapons of Mass Destruction that Saddam Hussein had hidden before the start of the US Invasion in 2003. The UN security council is scheduled to meet for an emergency session.
ISIS, Islamic radicals allegedly tied to al-Qaeda, have become empowered by military success since Obama cut and ran from Iraq last year. They’ve made tremendous gains in their rebellion against the US-supported Iraq government. The latest news has galvanized the ISIS insurgency jihad to overrun Iraq.
With a mission to establish a Sunni caliphate in large areas of Syria and Iraq, ISIS is now a threat to the whole of the Middle East and eventually, a threat to the West.
Buried in various spider holes and underground bunkers, the WMD stores were found in areas east, west, south and north around Tikrit and Baghdad. The existence of the WMD stores, unknown since 2003, have now become known. Now, known unknowns include ISIS’ specific plans for the WMDs and the expediency with which they will rain death on what they consider western infidel regimes.
Proving that the past was not predictable at the time of the US Operation Iraqi Freedom invasion, the events of the past few months have definitively raised the level of unpredictability for the future. Jihadists now control nuclear, chemical, and biological WMD, creating a global crisis of the highest order.
It is now believed that ISIS is now able to threaten the US Homeland with a mushroom cloud of destruction in as little as 10 hours. ISIS has called for a summit with participating axis of evil nations to discuss strategy.
An Iraqi government spokesman reports convoys of Humvees and trucks mounted with machine guns and waving the black flag of ISIS have been seen leaving the areas where the WMD excavations have taken place. Kurdish resistance elements are woefully undermanned and under-equipped to curtail the ISIS militant blitzkrieg.
A shootout between ISIS and legitimate government of Iraq troops killed 81 government troops and 36 ISIS insurgents outside of the Sunni village of Al Alam before ISIS took the city.
Also proven to be unable to effectively resist ISIS is the provisional government of Iraq, whose forces are reeling beneath the ISIS onslaught. The sense of abandonment felt by the government and citizenry of Iraq is a major blow to the US, which has counted on them since 2003 when US troops were greeted as liberators after deposing the regime of Saddam Hussein.
With the success of un-American foreign policy enacted by the Obama Administration to remove support for the troops, elements of the American far left are unable to explain why their efforts to undermine the cause of freedom in Iraq was an intelligent decision.
Look for more updates from The National Report as they become available.
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