The Islamic State has released a chilling new video showing its apocalyptic vision of a final showdown with the West, which includes jihadists advancing toward the Colosseum in Rome
Students of military history will tell you that World War II, the war that killed 55,000,000 people, was started by a single, lone man who nursed a powerful grudge. Adolf Hitler, the “little man with the funny mustache“, by sheer force of will brought the majority of the free world to the brink of disaster. One man did all that. You need to allow that thought to fully sink in for a moment as you realize that ISIS is comprised of over 200,000 men, with a grudge much more powerful.
Have you stopped yet to consider that the combined might of England, France, Russia and the United States has not stopped the rise of ISIS? Now might be a good time to go and brush up on your military history. This in all likelihood the start of the Third World War, and if it is, the casualties won’t stop at 55 million.
ISIS release chilling new ‘end of the world’ video showing final battle with ‘crusaders’
The disturbing footage, named ‘Meeting at Dabiq‘, is focused on the notion of a deadly battle for world domination, in which ISIS ‘believers’ will fight western ‘crusaders’ in the Italian capital. Filmed in Iraq, it depicts the terror group’s shock troops and gunners charging out of armoured personnel carriers, before opening fire on practice targets, such as a special forces unit.
It also features a bizarre scene showing a militant trying to look dignified on horseback, and clips of jihadists exchanging hugs as they depart on suicide missions, according to the Daily Mirror.
As they embrace, a caption on the screen reads: ‘Goodbye to the companions.’ At one point in the footage, 60 national flags are shown. They apparently represent the countries ISIS claims to be at war with, including Britain, France, Australia, the U.S., and many others.