ANGELINA JOLIE: Publicly Shamed Obama Over This [WATCH]

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Hollywood is known for suporting far left-causes and candidates. But during a trip to England, famous actress and humantarian Angelina Jolie spoke to the House of Lords. She delivered a powerful message about the Islamic State (ISIS) and other Islamic terrorist organizations using sexual violence to further their evil cause. She aimed a serious message directly at President Barack Obama, and noted we need a strong leader to confront Islamic extremism directly… with force!

Jolie spelled out exactly how pathetic Obama’s response to ISIS has been. While they are busy conquering entire regions and promoting both Sharia law and rape… Obama is in Alaska taking selfies or on vacation playing golf.

Here is what she had to say:

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The most aggressive terrorist group in the world today knows what we know, knows that it is a very effective weapon and they are using it as a centrepoint of their terror and their way of destroying communities and families, and attacking and dehumanising,” Jolie said.

“This terrorist group we are dealing with in Syria and Iraq is absolutely using rape. They are dictating it as policy. This is beyond something we have seen before… they are saying, ‘You should do this, this is the way to build a society, we ask you to rape.’

She noted that she has seen just how horrible their crimes are, as she has been campaigning against these abuses for more than a decade.

For over ten years I had been visiting the field and meeting with families and survivors of sexual violence who felt for so long that their voices simply didn’t matter – they weren’t heard and they carried a great shame.

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