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Re: World Politics

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Post by Rbjustme on Mon Nov 16, 2015 11:23 am

This attack on the people of Paris is a deplorable act against innocent people, and at least two of the terrorists were amongst the influx of so called refuges spreading across Europe. I have seen many comments on social media about this, and a lot of people are concerned about it for the very reason as to what has happened in France.

So called Jihadi Joe is dead, so lets hope that the red hot poker he gets in hell fits nicely where it is put. The French have launched attacks on Daesh in Syria, so as far as I am concerned, in a very supportive and affectionate way.... "Go Froggies"  Thumbs up mate!  Shoot

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-11-16/french-jets-conduct-air-strikes-in-syria/6943250


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Re: World Politics

Post by Bullant on Mon Nov 16, 2015 11:34 am

Hear here RB Thumbs up mate!

I was just reading a report on the ABC and found this, which makes you really feel for the people over there. Hoping and Praying


A quote from a resident:

"It's like when you have a bad night, you wake up and you think it's a bad dream when in fact it's a reality. I wasn't so far from there and I heard all the policemen.

I feel very sorry for the families. In Paris I hope life will begin again normally. It's really bizarre. I think if people want to do sad things they can do it, it's difficult to stop them.

I feel safe because there are a lot of policemen everywhere. I will continue on as usual. I am a little bit scared but I think we're in a country that is quite safe".


http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-11-15/the-aftermath-of-the-paris-attacks/6942014

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Re: World Politics

Post by Leroy on Mon Nov 16, 2015 11:45 am

It looks like that one thug has slipped through the nets, he was questions at the border and his papers were checked just hours after the attack, now there is an international man hunt to find him.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-11-15/paris-attacks-eighth-suspect-slips-net-near-belgian-border/6942858

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Re: World Politics

Post by The Ghost on Mon Nov 16, 2015 12:00 pm

One of the headlines in the paper reads....

Not all asylum seekers are terrorists, European Commission warns

True, but the problem is who are the terrorists? The biggest dilemma is that the Muslim community is far to stringent in their way of life, now that's fine in a Muslim country, but these people are travelling to a Western Society that have an entirely different way of life.

Most other immigrants bend to fit in with the community where they are now part of, Muslims won't, it's their way or not at all, this is causing segregation within communities all over the world, one of the reasons that people are vary wary of Muslim people, and the Muslim communities feel targeted.

A religion is a religion, but it should not reflect or impose on the lifestyle of another mans castle.

Food for thought. Serious man

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-11-16/asylum-seekers-not-terrorists-european-commission-warns/6943522
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Re: World Politics

Post by Peacekeeper on Tue Nov 17, 2015 9:11 pm

My daughter's 2nd eldest boy leaves Australia for France on Thursday next week for his exchange student program.  His parents would not dream of stopping this as it would mean the terrorists had won, they say they worried about the oldest boy last year from the time he left home till the time he returned so this year will be no different.  Only I shall worry this time, whereas last time I did not ... he needs to go for all of us who deplore terrorism and those who use it to blackmail the rest of the world.

I stand solid against terrorists and with France.  Liberty, Equality and Fraternity are the words we should all live by.

Funny today at WB Movie World with grandson and great grandson, Muslim parents with 6 kids, all speaking in their own language, happy to use decadent western entertainment though, more food for thought.
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Re: World Politics

Post by Rbjustme on Wed Nov 18, 2015 9:40 am

They just don't get it do they, they will never fit in to a western society until they learn how to live like a western society, and I keep saying this over and over, they do not bend in any way to fit in. They are alienating themselves.

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Re: World Politics

Post by Rbjustme on Sun Nov 22, 2015 2:59 pm

For Paris, and in defiance of terrorism, cartoonists express their feelings of the blatant acts of murder caused by deash, the scum of the earth.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-11-16/cartoonists-react-to-the-paris-attacks/6945438

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Re: World Politics

Post by The Ghost on Mon Nov 23, 2015 8:54 pm

People that have the ability to draw often use that skill to express their feelings, and it's often in a really in depth way. Serious man
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Donald Trump

Post by Rbjustme on Tue Nov 24, 2015 3:27 pm

He is controversial, but is he a mad man, clever or just plain stupid? Australia is claimed by some that we are racists against Muslims, and some minority groups are such as Reclaim Australia group, but on the other hand the Anti racist Muslim group is racists as well, towards us, so it's a two way street for clear thinking people, there is no middle ground for these groups, and all they do  is add fuel to the fire, and extract stupid statements from politicians.

This is ugly enough out here, now watch this clip of an interview with Donald Trump, and as I asked earlier in this post, is he a mad man, clever or just plain stupid, but are some of his points valid in your summary of his statements and is he being racists, or is he seeing a much bigger picture than some of the world leaders?

I must admit, I found some of his points to be very valid, in my way of thinking, but some of his points I totally disagree with, what about you?


Source: Newscom

http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/real-life/news-life/thought-australia-was-racist-wait-until-you-hear-what-america-has-to-say/news-story/bd882776bcd0e15481ff3b77cb24b90c


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