Rise of ISIS Offers Humanity
A Wonderful Opportunity

 By Jim Berlin 

No matter how common or esoteric your passion in life might be – kinky sex, knitting, stray animals, vampires – there is an organization you can join that is stocked with humans who share your enthusiasm.

There is even an outfit – The Orianne Society – that exists to protect snakes for godsake. Snakes, you recall, was the species specifically created by The Almighty to provide a fitting biological home for the devil after that whole Garden of Eden debacle.

But until 1999 there was no organized outlet for the estimated one percent of the human population known as psychopaths. These 70 million folks have a malformation in a crucial portion of the brain – the amygdala – which controls sympathy, empathy, remorse and conscience. Psychopaths experience none of these qualities. To them, the worst human suffering you might imagine is a Tom and Jerry cartoon.

The vast majority of psychopaths avoid committing violent acts because of their upbringing, environment, lack of opportunity or fear of punishment. But for many of them, all that changed In 1999.

That was the year ISIS was founded by the most violent collection of Islamic psychopaths alive. This week they beheaded a third American, adding to the tens of thousands of other humans they have

beheaded since their beginning.

There are 1.6 billion Muslims on earth, which means – if the one percent rule holds true – there are 16 million Muslim psychopaths around the globe. And now they have a club to join, a club that allows them to pretend they’re killing for Allah – when all they really want is an excuse to kill.

The emergence of ISIS in Syria and Iraq offers mankind a wonderful opportunity:
Thousands of the worst psychopaths in the world are now gathered in one place, operating under a single flag, just begging to sacrifice themselves for a deity they are incapable of loving.

Let the sacrifice begin.

Think of ISIS as Baby Hitler:
It Must Be Killed In the Crib

By Jim Berlin 

A common theme in time travel fantasies involves sending operatives into the past to intervene at pivotal moments in history.

Imagine, for example, that “Future Fred” zaps back to Austria, 1889, and materializes next to the crib of a sleeping infant named Adolf Hitler. If Future Fred does the kid in, he saves the lives of 50 million soldiers and civilians destined to die a half century later in World War II.

We are in one of those “sleeping infant” moments again. This time Adolf is named ISIS, the Islamic terrorists who now control a large portion of Syria and Iraq and just beheaded an American journalist. They vow to someday fly their black flag over the White House.

Today they number a mere 15,000 fighters, but they are growing daily in strength, wealth and armaments – and thousands of them have legitimate British and American passports.

These crazies are not people who can be contained, pacified or reasoned with. They thrill in the kill and vow to brutally murder anyone and everyone who is not a precise match to their ideological madness.

They must be exterminated.

The challenge for Future Fred is that only America and Barack Obama

 have the power to do that.

Fred would have to carry his warning past the Secret Service, past the president’s caddy, and – the greatest barrier of all – past the president’s naïve philosophy that true evil does not exist in the world.

We have a president who – given the chance – would not have killed Hitler in his crib.

Poor Fred. Poor us.