In Iraq, Islamist militants are butchering people in droves with the intent of taking over the country and installing Sharia law. John Kerry blames a lack of government inclusiveness.
Progressivism in a nutshell:
US secretary of state John Kerry landed in Baghdad on Monday to press Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to form a more inclusive government in response to a Sunni insurgency that has swept much of northern and western Iraq.
Kerry’s visit came after Sunni militants took strongholds along Iraq’s western border at the weekend, strengthening supply routes from Syria where they have exploited a three-year-old rebellion to capture swathes of territory.
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Sunday accused Washington of trying to regain control of the country it once occupied — a charge Kerry denied, saying the United States was committed to helping Iraq but wanted a more inclusive government.
Try giving ISIS a “reset button,” Mr. Kerry — it worked so well when Hillary gave one to Russia.