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No 'mistakes were made' apology

President Obama has taken full responsibility for the deaths of two hostages that had been held by al-Qaeda terrorists.

For that he deserves credit.

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/american-italian-hostages-killed-in-us-drone-strike/ar-AAbzkZA… 334 more words

Barack Obama

Australian political landscape: a climate of fear

To understand the current political Australian landscape that is laden with racism, anti-immigration, human rights abuse and the fear of terrorism is to realise Australia does not make political decisions based on national sovereignty, but rather, is beholden to US geo-political strategies that sees itself as the indispensable nation, a blessed nation, that brings freedom and democracy to all corners of the globe. 679 more words

From Enlightenment

Small talk series 2 (#147)

“How many?”



“I don’t know. Something crashes and burns in them. Hollowing them. Half-human. Non-human.”

“Now what?”


“But look,there! Someone is holding a swaying lantern.”

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5am wake up call:
A bloodbath.

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Understanding the Cauldron that Brewed ISIS (Part 2 of 2)

Dr. Jasser for Georgetown’s Berkley Center:

Earlier this week, we shared with you part 1 of a 2-part piece Dr. Jasser wrote for Georgetown’s Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs.To read part 1 of the series, entitled “Understanding the Cauldron that Brewed ISIS: Contemporary Problems and Solutions”, click  1,316 more words

Islamic Terrorists

CIA funds given to Afghan officials ended up in al-Qaeda coffers

By IAN ALLEN | intelNews.org
Millions of dollars given by the United States Central Intelligence Agency to Afghanistan following the 2001 American invasion ended up in the hands of al-Qaeda, according to documents found in the personal archive of the organization’s founder, Osama bin Laden. 378 more words

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Wild Fire- The Ends Justifies the Means

Wild Fire is the fourth John Corey novel by Nelson Demille and explores the idea of nuclear Armageddon. The protagonist is a wealthy and powerful Vietnam War veteran named Bain Madox who is willing to set off nuclear attacks on American soil to prompt a nuclear response in on the Islamic world which would annihilate the Muslim population in the Middle East. 895 more words