Absolutely pointless wall of text which has no connection to any reality whatsoever. There is absolutely no challenge in "tackling" any "ISIS" organization in whatever matter, given that there are international organizations out there that were able to keep international stability for 70 years straight.
Only reason ISIS still exists is that NATO - as a largest and most powerful military and political block - refuses to cooperate with the rest of the world. On the surface it might seem that it is simply a near-sightedness, or arrogance, or any other human-like flaw. In the hindsight, it is a deception strategy. What such insolent as this Mark Perry considers theoretical possibility, for the rest of the nations that fought ISIS face to face, is a harsh reality.
Obama recently admitted that Libya operation was a failure. When it all started, almost nobody even heard about "Islamic State" in the first place, it was just one of those terrorists insurrection groups, which occasionally receive status of "freedom fighters".
On the other hand, after successful bombing operation in Syria, as you may notice, when government managed to hold it's ground, but the areal support from strategical geniuses of the west has fallen from miserable to imperceptible - with ISIS occupying large portions of country.
The importance of these events may seem to be shrouded for people who have no idea of history (thanks to state of destruction of modern historical science), but to anyone who has any recollection of the past, might not miss comparison with situation which led to the beginning of the last world war. On a strategic level, that is.
>That was his last active service. In 1829, he settled in Brussels, which served as his main place of residence for the next thirty years. In 1853, after trying without success to bring about a political understanding between France and Russia, Jomini was called to St Petersburg to act as a military adviser to the Tsar during the Crimean War.
Probably for political reasons, since he served the "wrong" side for the most of his life (disregarding the historical context).
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