Saturday, August 13, 2016

U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn: We Can Defeat Radical Islam If Trump Elected

Via Billy

Retired U.S. Army Lt. General Michael T. Flynn (Photo: Twitter)
“He’s not doing this for Donald Trump,” Flynn said. “He’s doing this for the people of this country and for America. That’s the purpose. That’s why he dove head-first into the political cesspool that we have in this country to try to fix what we can to make this country great again.”
“He’s a great listener,” Flynn said. “He’s a rapid learner. He’s somebody who’s able to absorb lots of information quickly. He’s an exceptional decision-maker and problem solver. And he has great instincts for the types of people he has around them.”


The former director of the Defense Intelligence Agency says the United States must get serious about defeating radical Islam, and he’s laying out a plan to do it – a plan he says is dependent upon GOP nominee Donald Trump winning the White House in November.

Retired U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn is a frequent cable news contributor, and he spoke on behalf of Trump last month at the Republican National Convention. He is also author of “The Field of Fight: How We Can Win the Global War on Radical Islam and Its Allies.”

In his book, Flynn said it’s long past time for the U.S. to stop “participating” in the war against radical Islam and start winning it. He believes America is just spinning its wheels while ISIS and other enemies pursue an announced, strategic campaign against the West.

“We totally have lacked imagination, and we’ve forgotten how to win, actually,” Flynn told WND and Radio America. “And we have to stop being politically correct about this enemy. We have to clearly define it.”

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  1. I gotta say that I don't think it's our place to "defeat" radical Islam. Let it run its course.

    If we kept our big damn American nose out of the business of other countries, I think a lot of this would go away.

    Not everyone wants to be "Western". Some cultures like their strongman and want to keep their strongman.

    I don't agree, and would like the citizens there to have a say in their own affairs like we do, but if that's not what they want, then I say let them wallow in the misery of their own making, and we'll see you later.

    - Charlie