ISIS terror attack in Nice, France

Scott Mann, is a former Lt. Col and Green Beret. He is the CEO of Mission America and author of the best-selling novel “Game Changers”. He spent 23 years in the Army Special Forces Career involved in Foreign Internal Defense, Counter-insurgency, and Stability Missions. He served in the Special Operations for over 18 years and has been a Green Beret for over 15 years in combat deployments in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Panama, Iraq and Afghanistan. He is one of the only former Lt. Col’s that is actively still involved in the day-to-day transition of Green Berets from active duty into civilian life. He has been quoted frequently and seen on MSNBC with Alex Witt, Fox News, Fox News Radio, among other high profile media appearances.

His positioning is below:

  • It’s a Terror Campaign!
  • The recent attack in Nice France involving a heavily laden truck that drove into throngs of late-night revelers has all the markings of an ISIS attack.
  • Just on the heels of the ISIS attack at the Turkish Airport, it seems that most leaders in the West are still reactive and treating these attacks as isolated events, instead of what they really are – Deliberate events within a well-orchestrated campaign designed to draw Western Countries, including the U.S., into a manufactured holy war in the Middle East.
  • Instead, many political leaders, pundits, and media are already talking about ways to equivocate the attack as something other than what it really is…another notch in the pistol belt of the ISIS leadership prosecuting their prophetic methodology across the West.
  • What this means to us in the U.S. is simple…the kind of audacious attack that involves a truck driving into a celebration crowd in Nice could only be achieved with local, auxiliary support from within France.
  • The manifestation of weak immigration policies within France and Western Europe has finally come home to roost – and will continue with more ISIS attacks on into the summer and fall.
  • If the U.S. doesn’t heed the direction of this ISIS campaign and (a) toughen up its stance on immigration and visas here at home and (b) change to a more local, bottom-up approach of defeating ISIS in their far-flung safe havens of Syria, Iraq, and now Libya, it won’t be long before we can expect these kinds of horrific attacks at Mardi Gras, Thanksgiving parades, and state fairs.
  • Sound outlandish? Think Orlando and San Bernardino.
  • These localized events are happening abroad and at home because our leadership and our citizenry fail to take ISIS serious enough to consider them capable of mounting a deliberate campaign.
  • This attack will gain our attention from a collective ADD digital audience for a day or so, and then fade into the rear view mirror as ISIS places another “W” on their rapidly growing scorecard

Terrorist attack in Nice France