• John Kerry: ‘Victory Over ISIS Will Be Decided In The Classroom’

    The horse-faced international embarrassment John Kerry continued to peddle Team Obama’s nonsense about how the Islamic State will ultimately be defeated not with bombs and guns, but with happy thoughts and kind words.

    “Now inevitably there will be, yes, a military component to the strategy,” Kerry admitted reluctantly Friday at World Economic Forum.

    “But ultimately, this fight is not going to be decided on the battlefield,” Horseface continued in the video above. “The outcome is going to be determined in classrooms, work places, houses of worship, community centers, urban street corners, in the perceptions and the thoughts of individuals, and the ways in which those perceptions are created.”

    Success, John Kerry further explained, “will be determined by our success in creating prosperity that is widely shared. Measures of growing GDP will only matter if they translate into greater opportunity for those currently denied a fair chance. This future will be determined by accountable and accessible political and justice systems, so that people everywhere feel they can be protected by the government–not fear it–and that they can express themselves and have their voices heard. In short, we have to do a better job of creating alternatives to violent extremism–alternatives that are as credible, as visible, as empowering, and broadly available as we can make them.”

    If Kerry and his boss Barack Obama actually believe that ISIS–which is slashing and burning their way through the Middle Eastern, torturing, crucifying, beheading, and forcing people to convert to Islam–will be ultimately destroyed by the “the perceptions and the thoughts of individuals,” then we are in far more trouble than anyone knows.


    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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