SEAL from team that killed bin Laden is haunted by pilot burned alive, Fed up by US gov. lack of will

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Rob O’Neil, veteran member of the Navy SEAL team that killed Osama bin Laden has a fierce message for isis and some sound advice for fighting the growing threat facing the free world.

The excruciatingly horrific execution of Jordanian pilot 1st Lt. Muath al-Kaseasbeh was released on the internet by isis members seeking attention. And attention they’ve received, with Jordan executing swift retaliation for the barbaric murder of one of their own.

The Jordanian air force killed 55 ISIS fighters and one of their top commanders in airstrikes Wednesday – one day after the video was released.

The official US response has been nonexistent in comparison, and has angered many Americans.

Former SEAL Team Six member, O’Neil has revealed his thoughts on how he thinks America should retaliate against ISIS, during an interview with The Daily Caller News Foundation.

“I’m actually talking to some other SEALS right now, and in the past 13 and a half years of combat, that’s one of the most disturbing things I’ve seen,” O’Neil told The DCNF.

“I can’t think of anything else right now,” he said.

The infamous video of the pilot being burned alive is now etched in the memories of all who’ve seen it.

But for veterans who’ve been conditioned to become hardened to the violent acts of war, O’Neil’s words show just how evil this enemy is – and how they should be dealt with.

“We spend a lot of time letting lawyers fight wars for us while they’re over there burning people alive,” he told The DCNF. “We need to put people there and fight an actual war and not worry about rebuilding everything right away.

“We could wipe them out in no time. We just have to have the will to do it,” he said.

For now, it looks as if Americans will be forced to have to watch the resolve of other nations truly fight this battle. Even while isis reportedly holds more hostages, including one American woman currently being declared by ISIS to have been killed in the latest Jordanian airstrikes.

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—Courtesy of BizPac Review

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