The mainstream media would have you believe that the jihadis worldwide are happy that Trump won because they want you to believe that Clinton’s policy of appeasement and willful ignorance was more effective against the global jihad than Trump’s promised approach.
The reality? “They’re both tyrants and we just want to cut off their heads.”
In any case, the Leftist protesters who are raging and committing acts of violence in the U.S. because Trump won are playing into the hands of the jihadis — not that this fact would give them pause. “If we can inflame the dissension and troubles in their countries maybe they’ll withdraw” from the Islamic State caliphate.
“Extremist groups revel in Trump’s triumph,” AFP, November 11, 2016:
Extremist groups have responded to Donald Trump’s election victory with glee over his reputation as a loose cannon who has been openly hostile to Muslims.
The Islamic State (IS) militant group, which is being pummelled by a US-led military coalition in Iraq and Syria, had said ahead of the US presidential vote that there was no substantial difference between Trump and Hillary Clinton.
But as the results came in, the group’s supporters took to chat groups and accounts on the social media app Telegram to celebrate Trump’s win. “Rejoice, he will show America’s ugly face,” said one post.
“I am optimistic about Trump’s victory because he is a stupid, arrogant, hubristic bull who is dumber than (George W) Bush,” said another. “Trump’s vulgarity will embarrass (Arab) tyrants and enlarge the field of jihad,” one poster wrote on an Internet chat forum used by IS supporters.
They were apparently referring to Trump’s proposal during his campaign to ban Muslims from entering the United States, and to disparaging remarks on Saudi Arabia whose monarchy the extremists loathe. IS has not officially commented on Trump’s victory.
Both candidates, Trump and Clinton, had “committed themselves to the Jewish state and the war on Islam”, the group said in a pre-election English-language article released by its al-Hayat propaganda arm on social media.
However, Clinton was “more skilled in ‘political correctness’ giving her leverage in the sorcery of hypocrisy”. On the other hand, Trump — who has said he wants to “bomb the shit out of them” — was “impulsive and unpredictable”, the article said.
Some IS supporters found the whole idea of celebrating either candidate’s victory scandalous. “If Trump wins, it’s in our favour,” one wrote on a pro-IS chat group as the results were coming in, prompting condemnation from offended fellow extremists.
“They’re both tyrants and we just want to cut off their heads,” another useir [sic], whose account profile features a scimitar, responded. Extremists also celebrated news of anti-Trump protests in US cities.
“Praise God, may He increase this,” read one comment about a video apparently showing Trump opponents assaulting a supporter of the president-elect. Another IS supporter posted an appeal on a chat forum for fellow users to tweet “racist” pro and anti-Trump messages.
“If we can inflame the dissension and troubles in their countries maybe they’ll withdraw” from the self-styled IS caliphate in Iraq and Syria, he wrote….