Jordan’s King Abdullah to Fly Bomber & Personally Bomb the Shi$ out of ISIS, While We Sit Watching Game of Thrones
“There’s going to be retribution that ISIS haven’t seen. I’m not only going to kill him, I’m going to kill his wife and all his friends and burn his damn house down….and I won’t stop until I run out of fuel and bullets. ” Half British, half Jordanian King Abdullah of Jordan.
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by JS – British patriot
I have always been a huge fan of Jordan’s King Abdullah II – so much so, that I actually wanted to travel to Jordan to meet him. In fact one of my best mate’s uncles went to school with him at the prestigious British Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst.
I will leave that incredible tale for another day.
The 53-year-old son of the late Jordanian King Hussein, and a British stay at home mum, Princess Muna (the daughter of a British Army officer, maiden name – Avril-Gardiner), King Abdullah II has always been the archetypal man’s man, and has the military chops, regal power, leadership skills and truly beautiful wife and family to prove it.
My interest in King Abdullah started when I was a kid.
I recall watching a Travel Channel program when I was about thirteen or fourteen years old, where the good King- first rode his horse across the desert, jumped on a Harley, before ultimately flying the Jewish cast and crew into the sunset, aboard his dated military helicopter.
Let’s just say the good king showed the liberal idiot host, how real men do it. It was a marvellous spectacle, and one that’s stuck with me to this day.
King Abdullah captivated me with his wit, bravado and manner. The fact the charismatic well built royal could trade quips with a smarmy Yankee (north eastern) Travel Channel television presenter while flying his military helicopter, made quite the impression on me.
I recall thinking; when I grow up I hope I’m like this guy.
Fast forward twenty years – one of Jordan’s top pilots, Moaz al-Kasasbeh is abducted by ISIS and then filmed being burnt alive in a cage by the Jihadi fiends. All that’s left of the poor soul was a gasoline stain and a pile of ash.
“Firstly, within hours of learning that the Islamic State had immolated captured Jordanian pilot Muath al-Kaseasbeh, King Abdullah gave the order to hang two Al Qaeda terrorists held in a prison near Amman.
The terrorists, one of whom was a woman, were dispatched without any legal appeals or handwringing from the local branch of Human Rights Watch. No learned think-tank expert was asked to parse the difference between Al Qaeda suicide bombers and the Islamic State. Not one protested the injustice of hanging the former for the crimes of the latter.”
Then, while feckless Obama and Cameron (let’s not forget cowardly hardliners like Bush and Cheney); men that have done shi$ all to protect our lands, the good King decided that he will also risk life and limb, by leading bombing raids against ISIS….himself!
You read that right, the KING of Jordan will FLY HIS OWN FIGHTER plane across the desert, and personally bomb the people that took the life of one of his friends to kingdom come.
(Some claim it’s rumour, however it only BECAME rumour after FOX News and the other Zio-outlets ran the story WE first broke.)
And he’s not talking solely about leadership duty, but good old fashioned revenge, saying “There is going to be retribution like ISIS hasn’t seen. I’m not only going to kill him, I’m going to kill his wife and all his friends and burn his damn house down.” (If you’d like to help us take on the Jihadists or contribute via a donation, please write europeanknights@Europe.com)
King Abdullah deliberately made these comments to the mainstream American Zionist press – well aware of WHO is in fact was/is behind ISIS.
And the man isn’t simply talking smack. He means business. In fact he won’t be stopping “until he runs out of fuel and bullets.”
While Muslims living in the West head to the Middle East to fight in their unholy war against humanity, and Western males continue to watch television, football and Game of Thrones, the good King of Jordan, will lace up his combat boots, throw on his bomber jacket and fly into the sunset to bomb the shi$ out of the jihadi scum.
YET, another reason we Westerners should feel shame, and start looking for our heroes from outside the idiot box.
The EKP’s Sweden correspondent, Erik the Red added, “In my fallen nation men run for cover when the Somali’s hit the streets. On one occasion when my Swedish mates and I stood up to a group of Islamists in the local town square, I learned how cowardly my compatriots had become. I attacked the group head on, only to turn around and see my friends running in the opposite direction, leaving me to fight on alone. It would have been nice if they’d a few drops of King Abdullah’s courage pumping though their veins.”
We have very few men worth revering in our own lands, therefore I have no qualms looking up to a moderate Muslim man, who possesses values I believe in. And I DO mean moderate.
May God bless King Abdullah and reward him and his people for their bravery.
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Prince William and Harry are also cut from a similar cloth, going above and beyond the call of Royal duty by enlisting and volunteering for combat. Western activist types-girly men like the Renegade Tribune’s Kyle Hunt, organise Gay Rights marches and hand-out leaflets while they beg for donations so they can feed their bastard children, while real men sacrifice. Remember that….
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DailyMail Stories based on our original report
The defiance of Jordan: Queen Rania leads thousands of protesters on the streets of Amman to honor ‘Martyr Moaz’ who was burned alive by ISIS
- Queen Rania took to streets with banner paying tribute to murdered pilot
- She led thousands of Jordanians in an anti-ISIS march in country’s capital
- Crowds chanted ‘Death to Daesh’ – a derogatory Arabic acronym for ISIS
- Royals are boosting support for Jordan’s role in the coalition battling ISIS
- Citizens were anti-involvement until brutal murder of Moaz al-Kasaesbeh
Crowds massed near the city’s main Husseini mosque, then marched chanting ‘Death to Daesh’, using a derogatory Arabic acronym for the terror group, in the latest sign of mounting public anger.
The rally came three days after Islamic State released a video purporting to show Kasaesbeh being burnt alive in a cage as masked militants in camouflage uniforms looked on.
The act has been widely condemned as among the most sickening ever committed to film and has sent waves of revulsion across the Middle East.
Jordan’s royal family have led the anti-ISIS protests in the country, with King Abdullah making an emotional visit to the pilot’s grieving relatives in his tribal home village yesterday and Queen Rania breaking down in tears as she embraced and comforted his young widow.
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Solidarity: Queen Rania of Jordan led protests on the streets of the capital Amman this morning as thousands took to the streets after Friday prayers in anti-ISIS protests
Emotional: The crowds massed near the city’s main Husseini mosque, then marched chanting ‘Death to Daesh’, using an Arabic acronym for the terror group, in the latest sign of mounting public anger
Banners: The rally came three days after Islamic State released a video purporting to show Kasaesbeh being burnt alive in a cage as masked militants in camouflage uniforms looked on
Thousands took to the ancient streets of Annan to show their support for Jordan’s vow to destroy ISIS
Queen Rania led the protests in Annan today, holding a placard bearing a photograph of al-Kasaesbeh as thousands took to the streets of the capital following Friday prayers.
Speaking during the demonstration, she said: ‘Moaz died standing for his country and faith, defending our common humanity. We are united in our grief and pride in our brave martyr.’
‘Jordan is united in it’s resolve to confront this ideology of terror and ultra-violence,’ she added.
Many Jordanians have opposed their country’s involvement in the U.S.-led air campaign against ISIS, fearing retaliation. But the killing of the recently-married pilot, from an influential Jordanian tribe, has increased support for the military push.
During this morning’s march protesters wearing the red Arab Bedouin headdress, chanted: ‘We sacrifice our souls for you O’Majesty.’
‘All of Jordan’s people are behind you Your Majesty,’ read a placard by a group of tribal Jordanians who came the country’s northern Bedouin areas of Mafraq.
Hundreds of mosques in Jordan held prayers for the pilot. Clerics attacked the hardline group describing it as un-Islamic and said it’s brutal means made many turn against it.
Humble: Speaking during the demonstration, Queen Rania said: ‘Moaz died standing for his country and faith, defending our common humanity. We are united in our grief and pride in our brave martyr’
The Queen added that Jordan is united in it’s resolve to confront the terror groups and its ‘ultra-violence’
Protests: Many Jordanians had opposed their country’s involvement in the U.S.-led air campaign against ISIS, fearing retaliation. But the killing of the recently-married pilot, from an influential Jordanian tribe, has increased support for the destruction of ISIS by the country’s military
Popular: During this morning’s march protesters wearing the red Arab Bedouin headdress, chanted: ‘We sacrifice our souls for you O’Majesty’
Yesterday Queen Rania consoled the grief-stricken wife of the pilot brutally murdered by ISIS.
Devastated Anwar Tarawneh sobbed as she was comforted by the royal after the pair met at the couple’s family home, near the southern town of Karak.
Pictures of the tearful meeting emerged after the widow revealed that she learned of her husband’s death when she read a Facebook post saying: ‘Rest in peace, Muath [Moaz]’.
Anwar Tarawneh had been married to al-Kasasbeh for just five months when he was captured by ISIS.
Their meeting came as Jordan said its warplanes had launched dozens of new airstrikes yesterday against the Islamic State group after vowing a harsh response to Lt al-Kasasbeh’s death.
Jordan’s Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh warned this was just the start of its offensive against the terror group, vowing to ‘go after them with everything that we have’.
Heart-wrenching: Queen Raina of Jordan comforts Anwar Tarawneh, wife of the pilot who was brutally murdered at the hands of ISIS militants, at her late husband’s ancestral home near the southern town of Karak
Distraught: Anwar Tarawneh, left on Tuesday, who had been married to Moaz al-Kasasbeh (right) for just six months, collapsed and was admitted to hospital after she saw a post that read: ‘Rest in peace, Muath [Moaz]’
Her heart-wrenching story emerged on the same day she was comforted by Jordan’s Queen Raina during the royal’s visit to the Kasasbeh family home, near the southern town of Karak.
By then, her 26-year-old husband had been an ISIS hostage for five weeks after his aircraft was shot down over Raqqa. Concerned that something was wrong, she checked her mobile.
‘It was only when I opened Facebook on my phone that I saw the post,’ she said.
She also told of how her husband had felt uneasy on the day of his final flight, saying that he hoped there would be a fog so he wouldn’t have to fly.
She said: ‘He had the feeling something would go wrong. It was strange, he had never said that before.’
That was on December 24. Just hours later, the F-16 fighter jet Kasasbeh was shot down over ISIS-controlled territory in Syria.
Soon afterwards, the terror group revealed he was being held prisoner.
Embrace: Jordan’s King Abdullah II hugs Saif al-Kassasbeh, father of Jordanian pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh, during a trip to the family’s ancestral home. The King promised a ‘harsh’ revenge for Kasasbeh’s brutal death
Visit: Local TV showed a sombre-looking King (right) sitting alongside Moaz al-Kasasbeh’s father Saif (left) as he paid tribute to the murdered pilot. Meanwhile, Queen Raina was comforting the women of the family
Tribute: The pilot’s father, centre, surrounded by family members and security forces during a mourning ceremony in the city of Karak, Jordan, on Thursday. King Abdullah II and Queen Raina also visited
JORDAN ‘LAUNCHED FAILED BID TO SAVE PILOT DAYS AFTER CAPTURE’
Jordanian forces mounted a daring attempt to save its captured pilot on New Year’s Day, but the mission ended in failure, a Syrian activist claimed today.
The operation took place in the Islamic State’s de facto capital of Raqqa days after Lt al-Kasasbeh was shot down over their territory.
It had been widely reported at the time that a huge operation involving Coalition airstrikes had been launched on the city that day.
However, it has now been suggested that Jordan was at the centre of a parallel rescue mission during the bombing raids.
Abu Ibrahim Raqqawi, an activist in Raqqa and administrator for the secret anti-ISIS campaign Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently, told the Daily Beast: ‘The Jordanians tried to free the pilot on January 1.’
A source close to Jordanian intelligence confirmed Raqqawi’s comments, but did not elaborate, the website reported.
Five coalition aircraft were said to have hovered at low altitude over Raqqa, while more than a dozen raids were carried out on the outskirts of the city.
A number of key ISIS buildings were destroyed, while at the other end of the city, two helicopter gunships attempted to deploy special forces on the ground to rescue hostages, including al-Kasasbeh.
But both gunships soon came under heavy fire and were forced to abort their attempt to land as heavy clashes between coalition forces and militants ensued.
The Jordanian government has not officially commented on the alleged rescue mission and the Pentagon said it was not involved in any such attempt.
At one point, the terror group had said the pilot would be released if Jordanian officials agreed to free female would-be suicide bomber Sajida al-Rishawi, who was sentenced to death in 2005.
Jordan had been conducting indirect, behind-the-scenes negotiations through tribal leaders in neighbouring Iraq.
But when evidence of his being alive was not provided, it raised suspicions that the pilot was already dead and that ISIS was exploiting his case for propaganda.
Then, two days ago, ISIS released a horrific 22-minute long video showing the pilot being burnt alive while locked in a cage.
The act has been widely condemned as among the most sickening ever committed to film and has sent waves of revulsion across the region.
Meanwhile, The United Arab Emirates, which suspended air strikes against ISIS, called for the US-led coalition to arm Sunni tribes in Iraq to fight the jihadists, government media reported today.
The daily Al-Ittihad said its decision to stop raids in Syria last year was ‘due to the need to assure adequate protection for all pilots participating in strikes against Daesh’ – an Arabic acronym for ISIS.
An even greater concern, according to the paper, is the lack of support for Sunni tribes in Iraq’s Anbar province, large parts of which have been overrun by the jihadists.
‘The most important reservation… is the dissatisfaction with the coalition which has not kept its promise to remember the Sunnis of Anbar, to train and equip them in the war against Daesh,’ it said.
‘Neither air strikes nor a media war are sufficient to defeat’ IS, the paper added.
Yesterday, Queen Rania visited the Tarawneh family home at the side of her husband, King Abdullah.
She was photographed hugging Ms Tarawneh close to her as the King spoke about the tragedy with the men of the family.
State television showed a sombre-looking King sitting alongside the army chief and senior officials while visiting Aya, a village 60 miles south of the capital Amman.
Thousands of Jordanians flocked to pay respects in traditional Arab Bedouin style in a part of the country where influential tribes form an important pillar of the Hashemite rule.
Brutal: ISIS released a horrific 22-minute long video showing the pilot being burnt alive while locked in a cage. His wife, Ms Tarawneh, was at a sit-in being held to support his plight when she heard of his death
Clean cut: 26-year-old Moaz al-Kasasbeh is seen wearing his pilot’s uniform before being captured by ISIS
War planes, returning from an air raid in Syria, roared overhead as the royals sat with the family.
At one point the King pointed out the aircraft as he sat next to the victim’s father, Saif al-Kasasbeh.
‘You are a wise monarch. These criminals violated the rules of war in Islam and they have no humanity. Even humanity disowns them,’ he told the King.
Witnesses overheard the monarch telling the pilot’s father the planes were returning from the militant-held city of Raqqa.
A security source later said the strikes also hit targets in the eastern province of Deir al-Zor as well as near Raqqa.
The visit comes after a Jordanian government spokesman denied rumours that the King was preparing to personally take part in the airstrikes.
In a statement, Mohammed al-Momani branded said the reports that the King – who is a trained pilot – will soon conduct raids himself are unfounded and baseless.
Rumours spread online earlier this week that Abdullah was considering a combat role in the war after insisting al-Kasasbeh’s death ‘will not be in vain’.
Airstrike: The slickly-edited video released tonight contains aerial shots that appear to show Jordanian strikes on Islamic State targets. The Royal Jordanian Air Force launched strikes on Syria this morning
The Royal Hashemite Court’s official Facebook page later shared an image of the King wearing a pilot’s uniform, which some mistakenly – including several Iraqi news outlets – took to mean he had carried out an air raid.
Other social media users then starting sharing old photographs on the King sitting in a plane’s cockpit, suggesting the images were taken on his return from a sortie to Syria.
Before becoming king, Abdullah was a military general who headed the Jordanian special forces.
He is also a fully qualified Cobra Helicopter pilot and in 1980 joined Sandhurst – the British Royal military academy also attended by Prince William and Prince Harry.
The Jordanian fighter jets carried out new air strikes a day after King Abdullah vowed to wage a ‘harsh’ war against Islamic State militants who control parts of neighboring Syria and Iraq.
‘It’s actually the beginning of our retaliation over this horrific and brutal murder of our brave young pilot,’ Jordan’s Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh said in an interview with CNN later on Thursday.
‘But it’s not the beginning of our fight against terrorism and extremism. We’re going after them with everything that we have.’
Dozens of fighter jets targeted weapons storage facilities and ISIS training centres in Syria this morning – and for the first time sites in Iraq were hit.
Preparation: A woman is seen writing a message in Arabic on a plane-mounted missile before the air assault
Target: Dozens of Jordanian fighter jets bombed ISIS training centers and weapons storage sites on Thursday. Above, aerial footage from the video released today appears to show a pilot seeking a target
Footage of the attacks were broadcast on state TV – the latest show of force in response to the brutal ISIS video.
The military’s statement, read on state TV, was entitled, ‘This is the beginning and you will get to know the Jordanians’ – an apparent warning to ISIS.
It said the strikes will continue ‘until we eliminate them.’
With its stirring soundtrack and complex editing, the video is similar in style to those released by ISIS, which have been striking in their professional use of camera and editing equipment.
The clip shows uniformed people, believed to be members of the Jordanian military, writing messages in Arabic across plane-mounted missiles. One reads ‘for you, the enemy of Islam’.
U.S. military aircraft joined the mission to provide intelligence, surveillance as well as reconnaissance and targeting support, a U.S. official said, speaking on condition of anonymity.
The official also said the strikes focused on multiple targets around Raqqa.
The video also features a pilot holding up a sign that reads: ‘And do not think that God is unaware of what the evildoers are doing’ – an apparent warning to ISIS militants. The message is based on a passage in the Quran
Will King of Jordan lead airstrikes on ISIS HIMSELF? Reports say trained pilot plans to take part in attack after quoting Clint Eastwood’s Unforgiven to Congressmen
The monarch may personally take part in bombing raids on extremist strongholds on Thursday, according to reports in Arabic-language newspapers.
It comes after the former general told members of Congress that he was ready to exact a blistering revenge against the ISIS terror army for the brutal execution of military pilot Moaz al-Kassasbeh – and he quoted a Clint Eastwood movie character to make his point.
According to the Dailycaller, reports have emerged suggesting he could take part in airstrikes on ISIS targets today.
California Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter told the Washington Examiner that the king quoted the scene where Eastwood’s character announces his plan for retribution.
‘Any man I see out there, I’m gonna kill him,’ Eastwood’s William Munny says in ‘Unforgiven.’
‘Any son of a bitch takes a shot at me, I’m not only going to kill him, I’m going to kill his wife and all his friends and burn his damn house down.’
‘He said there is going to be retribution like ISIS hasn’t seen,’ Hunter said. ‘He’s angry. ‘They’re starting more sorties tomorrow than they’ve ever had. They’re starting tomorrow. And he said, “The only problem we’re going to have is running out of fuel and bullets”.’
‘He’s ready to get it on. He really is. It reminded me of how we were after 9/11. We were ready to give it to them.’
EKP NOTE = HAHAHA. Really? I doubt you got off your couch other than to take a leak.
Hunter told the Examiner that no one in the king’s meeting on Tuesday with members of the House Armed Services Committee made any mention of President Obama, who is seen by some anti-ISIS coalition partners as a weak and indecisive actor.
South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham said after a separate meeting with the king that Jordan would have a ‘strong and forceful’ response to the the fiery execution.
‘The Jordanian response will be more engaged, not less engaged, when it comes to destroying ISIL,’ Graham said.
‘The king feels that the gloves are off and that it now is time if you can’t negotiate with these people, you’re going to have to take it to them, and I think it’s going to be more than Jordan.’
Obama and Abdullah met Tuesday evening in a hastily arranged meeting just hours after a grisly video emerged showing al-Kassasbeh, who was 26 years old, being burned alive in a cage by ISIS.
They emerged from the meeting, vowing to continue their fight of the extremist group gaining control over large swathes of Iraq and Syria.
In addition, the State Department said Tuesday that the administration will increase its annual aid to Jordan to $1 billion from $660 million to help it pay for the cost of housing refugees from Iraq and Syria – and provide new resources to fight ISIS.
An agreement on the aid will require congressional approval.
In a brief statement, the U.S. State Department said it planned to provide $1 billion per year to Jordan for each of the U.S. fiscal years for 2015