BOOM: Military Bad-Asses Respond to Islamic State Threats

Published on October 8, 2014

“I tell my wife don’t answer the door without a gun in your hand.” That’s how you respond to these pigs. Take notes, folks.

The following six warriors just revealed the rude awakening the Islamic State is in for if they continue their campaign of terror. Clearly, ISIS is picking a fight with the wrong nation.

The Army Threat Integration Center has announced a bone-chilling advisory about ISIS’s call to slaughter U.S. military families. According to Fox News:The advisory warns military personnel and their families about the Islamic State, or ISIS, calling on supporters to target their homes.

One section cites a jihadist tweet calling on lone offenders to use the “yellow pages” and social media to identify the addresses of military families, and to “show up [at their homes] and slaughter them.”
However, the twisted battle cry for killing the family members of service members is not intimidating the greatest fighting force in the world. IJReview had the opportunity to interview six American warriors about ISIS’ cowardly call for massacre, and here’s how they responded to the threat:

Q: What was your initial reaction when you first heard the news about this ISIS threat?

“We have been fighting a terrorist threat for over a decade since 9/11. This is nothing new and this is not the first time a terrorist group has threatened to attack military members and their families inside the United States.

If such an attack did occur, their strategy is flawed because it would have the opposite effect of what they desire.  Such an attack would only galvanize the American people, awaken and engage the entire public and energize a level of patriotism not seen since 9/11 and possibly Pearl Harbor.  

This current generation of enemies has never actually seen a fully energized American war machine. Even after 9/11, the American public was told to “go back to work” and resume life as normal. Fully awakening the sleeping giant is not the desired effect ISIS wants to have to deal with.

Q: How should we respond to ISIS’s call to slaughter military families?

“ISIS should be completely eliminated. I’m all for unity and equality, but you cannot coexist with people who want to behead you because of your differing beliefs.We need to be more bold about standing up for our veterans and all the things they have sacrificed. And if ISIS is targeting military families, those families have every right to defend and protect themselves.

Ignoring these types of threats will only prolong the problem.  If we continue to fight terrorism with political correctness, we will potentially see more attacks on the homeland.  And if an ISIS terrorist tries to hurt my family, he’s going to be leaving this world a lot earlier than he expected.”