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Terror in Paris, France

Jihadi John

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The world is looking on in horror at an act of terrorism in Paris, France that has seen 43 people reported dead so far. Surely a heinous act against humanity. […]Speculation is rife ISIS is the group behind the act which has forced the French government to close its borders.

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375 Comments on “Terror in Paris, France”

  1. Ping Pong November 19, 2015 at 9:49 AM #

    MB
    you remind me of a fellow at HC we use to call Flatman. He was feared at lunchtime when bruise was played. Accept that Trump was right and that while he might not be suitable as President, he is no fool. That said Clinton seems headed for victory.

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  2. MoneyBrain November 19, 2015 at 9:52 AM #

    @ “balance” to be remonikored , DISEQUILIBRIUM
    Your analysis of the Dems was excellent and then U wrote,”The poor slate of candidates on the Republican side ensures her an easy victory in the upcoming presidential race.”

    Please tell us U are not serious. Trump,Cruz will SHRED Hil with her lies/ emails/ Benghazi! She is probably the WORST Sec of State ever! Trump has his immature moments regrettably, he needs to stop his childishness.

    I trust the Dems take these Reps lightly, the People are fed up. Hil has the advantage of being Female and many women want a female Pres even if she is an absolute FAILURE/ joker Sec of State.

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  3. MoneyBrain November 19, 2015 at 10:25 AM #

    Ping Pong

    Strangely your memory of Flatman is incongruent with reality. This chap never in my observation played with malice/ viciousness and was one of the kinder, gentler taller fellas.

    I certainly would not trust Hil with the Presidency but Americans and the average voter globally, are not too clever. No surprise that Democracy is totally inferior to Benevolent Dictatorship a la Singapore.

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  4. Ping Pong November 19, 2015 at 10:47 AM #

    ” viciousness, malice”?!! Perish the thought. Try “passion” or “cojones” or ” joie de vivre” . That was a time when boys were truly being made into men. “If yuh bad come pun de small field at lunch!” No whining allowed. The only thing that could save yuh was “Tank coming”.

    You could be right my memory could be incongruent with reality. LOL.

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  5. lawson November 19, 2015 at 11:00 AM #

    saw chris Christie on fox yesterday, sounds presidential to bad he isn’t getting the votes

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  6. Ping Pong November 19, 2015 at 11:01 AM #

    By the way…how else could one play bruise if not with malice and viciousness?

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  7. MoneyBrain November 19, 2015 at 11:24 AM #

    @PP

    One always has the choice of playing Bruise at full power or a somewhat muted applied force. Some intended to maim and yet others did not.

    @Lawson
    Christie is quite competitive but it will be difficult for him to supplant Trump, Carson since they are positively viewed as DC outsiders. Cruz is the guy to debate Hil, I would pay to see dat.

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  8. Well Well & Consequences November 19, 2015 at 1:47 PM #

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/clinton-calls-ramped-bomb-campaign-slams-republicans-article-1.2440323

    Moneybrain……it’s not even been a week yet.

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  9. MoneyBrain November 19, 2015 at 3:00 PM #

    Clinton–“thorough vetting process” Jokes haha. Impossible in Syria BEFORE the civil war there! Totally ridiculous and a prime example of why she was a useless Secty of State. The highest probability of bringing in good refugees is vetting those who have been in camps in Jordan and observed as Christians or minority families. These people should be vetted first anyway. How could anyone vote for a PROVEN FAILURE.

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  10. David November 19, 2015 at 3:15 PM #

    French islands in the Caribbean on lock down.

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  11. Well Well & Consequences November 19, 2015 at 3:20 PM #

    Money….there would not be any let up in bloodletting, if Clinton makes it to the WH.

    Not surprising….Guadeloupe and Martinique are very vulnerable, right now they are fortunate to be french departments. That is what I was speaking about the vulnerability of other Caribbean islands that are basically on their own, but would their leaders is it as such..

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  12. MoneyBrain November 19, 2015 at 3:29 PM #

    We have potential terrorists ie 5 Syrians with false passports getting caught in Honduras, 3 stopped in St Maarten, 6 from Afghanistan/ Pakistan caught in Arizona having crossed from Mexico. (Trump et al were/ are wrong about the border????????????)

    Trump was wrong to make it sound that all Mexicans are bad. He can not be wrong about securing the border in some way and getting rid of criminals from south of the border. Illegal immigration is ILLEGAL! BO promised to sort Illegal Immigration within his first year, 2009, and had a majority in the House and Senate—what happened? Needed the Latin votes???

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  13. ac November 19, 2015 at 3:40 PM #

    I often wonder how a bald dic head like trump can states nonsenical utterances about immigrants .

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  14. MoneyBrain November 19, 2015 at 4:00 PM #

    @ac
    What about his?

    BO promised to sort Illegal Immigration within his first year, 2009, and had a majority in the House and Senate—what happened? Needed the Latin votes???

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  15. Dompey November 19, 2015 at 4:05 PM #

    @Moneybrain
    I am quite sure my learned friend Moneybrain and his associates can answer this question which have been troubling me since the terrorist attack in French?

    Question: how is it that parents cannot get the socially marginalized youths, in the inner-cites of Europe and America to take out the garbage, but a recruiter from Isis can convince them to strap a bomb around their waist and kill themselves, as well as innocent people?

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  16. Well Well & Consequences November 19, 2015 at 4:09 PM #

    What pisses me off about Trump is he’s 3rd generation American, with his family originating from Scotland, everyone knows that Scotland never was a rich country, but these fools think they own a country because they live in it. So too did the dude Madison Grant who started the Eugenics program in the US, I don’t think he was even born in the US back in the 1700s, he too was from Scotland it has to be a disease of the mind, as usual.

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  17. MoneyBrain November 19, 2015 at 4:13 PM #

    @Domps already answered Nov 18th 5.37pm

    That is why they focus on miscreants who are criminals in prison, where they have time to cultivate them by giving them the opportunity to redeem their useless lives and working for Allah! Excellent brainwashing!

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  18. Well Well & Consequences November 19, 2015 at 4:17 PM #

    “Eugenics, the set of beliefs and practices which aims at improving the genetic quality of the human population[2][3] played a significant role in the history and culture of the United States prior to its involvement in World War II.[4]

    Eugenics was practised in the United States many years before eugenics programs in Nazi Germany[5] and U.S. programs provided much of the inspiration for the latter.[6][7][8] Stefan Kühl has documented the consensus between Nazi race policies and those of eugenicists in other countries, including the United States, and points out that eugenicists understood Nazi policies and measures as the realization of their goals and demands.[9]

    During the Progressive Era of the late 19th and early 20th century, eugenics was considered[by whom?] a method of preserving and improving the dominant groups in the population; it is now generally associated with racist and nativist elements[citation needed] (as the movement was to some extent a reaction to a change in emigration from Europe) rather than scientific genetics.”

    To understand what is happening now, one has to read from the same books as Trump, et al

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  19. Well Well & Consequences November 19, 2015 at 4:26 PM #

    “Between 1928 and 1936, a number of European nations also passed sterilization laws, including Denmark (1929), Germany (1933), Sweden and Norway (1934), Finland and Danzig (1935), and Estonia (1936). All of these laws, according to Dr. Marie Kopp, who toured Germany studying the administration of Nazi Sterilization laws for the American Eugenics Society in 1935, were modeled and inspired by American efforts.(4)

    Furthermore, the American and German eugenicists were particularly close in ideology. Germans and Americans regularly translated each others literature, and the German movement was closely followed in the American eugenics press.

    In June of 1936, Heidelberg University planned a celebration in honor of its 550th anniversary. Harry Laughlin, the author of Eugenical Sterilization in the United States, was offered an honorary degree in recognition of his services to eugenics.(5) Laughlin wrote that he would be glad to accept ‘not only as a personal honor, but as evidence of the common understanding of German and American scientists of the nature of eugenics as research in and the practical application of those fundamental biological and social principles which determine racial endowments and the racial health… of future generations.'(6)

    The American and German eugenics movements were one in ‘the identification of human beings as valuable, worthless, or of inferior value in supposedly hereditary terms.’ As one authority has noted, this ‘was the common denominator of all forms of Nazi racism.’ Eugenics was synonymous with ‘race hygiene,’ and its most fundamental program was to purify the ‘race’ of ‘low grade’ and ‘degenerate’ groups. Thus, American and European eugenicists created a generic racism and sexism – the genetically inferior. Not surprisingly, the victims always turned out to be the traditional victims of racism – Jews, Blacks, women, and the poor.(7)”

    And if you can understand the philosophy is still being used today and understand the families who financially backed these movements eg. The Rockefeller Foundation, etc, you understand the level and length of these conspiracies.

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  20. MoneyBrain November 19, 2015 at 4:33 PM #

    @WW
    Many are unaware that certain elites in the US met secretly in the 1930s to explore taking the US over and converting to a Nazi style state.

    With the intransigence in DC maybe the only way to make progress in the near future is a “revolution” in thinking. It should be relatively easy Solve properly identified problems of which there are many that are obvious like Education for a Tech World, Health, Race Relations. etc

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  21. David November 19, 2015 at 4:45 PM #

    We also have Trinis fighting for ISIL. When they return what happens?

    >

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  22. Well Well & Consequences November 19, 2015 at 4:50 PM #

    It sounds great in theory, Money, and should be the way forward, but these people are going forward with their plans created in another era just listen to Dumb Trump, and there goes Hilary with her own agenda, so it’s left to others to try to carry out the problem solving, etc, fortunately, there are 3 branches of government, so all might not be lost.

    A lot of people don’t know the depth of involvement in the Nazi era of the culprits, some long dead, some still alive with ther air of pretentious respectability, but don’t think for one moment that they are not passing on the ideology for later implementation, if it’s not feasible to carry out at this time.

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  23. Colonel Buggy November 19, 2015 at 4:57 PM #

    Terror in Paris? Let come home to terror in Bridgetown
    Look how Bjerkman made an ass out of the Barbados High Courts as well as the CCJ. After spending 17 years fighting the Australian “Lettuce ” man for the plantation,and making a down payment on it, now that the CCJ has ruled in his favour , and the farmer has dismantled his business and sold it off at scrap value, Bjerkman is no longer interested in securing the land . Was the object of this exercise to shut down the farmer.
    And our politicians remain dumb on these insipid matters.
    Be very careful that this kind of action does not give root to our own Boca Haram in Barbados and the Caribbean.

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  24. Well Well & Consequences November 19, 2015 at 4:57 PM #

    David…..Uninformed Trinis involvement in the middle east takes this to a whole nother level for the Caribbean.

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  25. MoneyBrain November 19, 2015 at 4:57 PM #

    Terrorist returning to Tdad or any Nation should be arrested at the border and charged with Treason, they are Traitors. Any nation that can not accomplish this for legal reasons needs to change that law immediately.

    Bloody idiots in Canada stopped such a clown from going to the ME fight Nov 2014, and he murdered a Ceremonial Soldier, unarmed on Parliament Hill and then they had to shoot him in the Parliament Buildings. These “leaders” only care about Votes not the people, until the horse has bolted through the gate and they appear very incompetent, as they are. Time to imprison some incompetent “leaders”.

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  26. Well Well & Consequences November 19, 2015 at 5:08 PM #

    Colonel…..it’s a travesty that I hope the Chief Justice as well as the CCJ can protect the two courts from going forward, that shithead maliciously put people out of work just to prove a point and those shithounds for government ministers cannot open their corrupt mouths.

    Money….thanks for highlighting and defining the true meaning of the word treason for politicians in Barbados, because they do not know.

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  27. Exclaimer November 19, 2015 at 6:09 PM #

    @ David November 19, 2015 at 4:45 PM #

    “We also have Trinis fighting for ISIL. When they return what happens?”

    You forgot to add that we also have a number of our neighbours openly selling citizenships to Muslims from the Gulf states and throughout the Middle East region.

    We need to demand an immediate end to this policy. It is imperative that we pressure those Caribbean countries who have gone done this route to revoke the citizenship of these desperadoes.

    Here are the words of Gaston Browne, Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister:

    “ We have informed in writing several of our allied countries… about this initiative and have reassured them of the integrity of our programme and the safeguards we have introduced to protect their national security interests.”

    http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2015/03/buy-villa-uae-antiguan-passport-150319105316897.html

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  28. Exclaimer November 19, 2015 at 6:34 PM #

    @ David,

    I seem to remember not so very long ago, one of our esteem Ministers being on the point of stepping down from his cabinet position if our Prime Minister refused to accept monies from the UAE – which was probably being used as a bargaining tool – in order to rid Barbados of her debts.

    What was the outcome of this story? More to the point what was the bargaining tool for this generous offer? I would put cash for citizenship at the top of my list. Our Caribbean region is in grave peril.

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  29. Well Well & Consequences November 19, 2015 at 6:36 PM #

    Under the present middle east circumstances, these citizenship agreements make a mockery of small islands security.

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  30. MoneyBrain November 19, 2015 at 6:39 PM #

    I understand that someone close to Govt had a contact in the ME who promised to invest a few $Billion in Bim, the contacts arrived but the PM et al refused to meet, why? They did not want Citizenship but maybe were well acquainted with Extortion/ bribes?

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  31. David November 19, 2015 at 6:47 PM #

    @Exclaimer

    The government and Estwick has gone silent on the UAE proposal.

    JAs

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  32. David November 19, 2015 at 7:05 PM #

    The Prime Minister has assured the nation all available intelligence will be used to keep Barbados safe.

    O shiiirt!

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  33. MoneyBrain November 19, 2015 at 7:16 PM #

    Hopefully not the same available “Intelligence” being used and abused in the last few years!

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  34. Well Well & Consequences November 19, 2015 at 7:21 PM #

    Money….Fruendel and his gang might be, according to you, extortionists and as we know from Canadian Cow-an, scam artists, but we should know they are not brave enough to go toe to toe with those badass dudes from anywhere in the middle east, just the thought is enough to leave them shaking..lol. never heard anything more about the Russian/4 Seasons deal either, they probably came to the realization that those leagues were way too big for them. I was hoping they would engage the Russians, for obvious reasons…lol.

    It’s not so much the ministers/politicians worrying about the security of the island or people, it’s more about what would happen to their self-serving selves if they cross anyone from ME or Russia.

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  35. ac November 19, 2015 at 7:59 PM #

    Manhunt for Caribbean bombmaker in Paris attacks

    A Caribbean national known as Mohammed K is said to be wanted as the suspect who created the suicide bombs used in last Friday’s deadly attacks in Paris.

    http://www.loopnewsbarbados.com/content/manhunt-caribbean-bombmaker-paris-attacks

    http://loopassets.s3.amazonaws.com/styles/carousel_large/s3/thumbnails/image/mohammed_k.jpg?itok=DNFVVGgp

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  36. MoneyBrain November 19, 2015 at 8:52 PM #

    Pity he could not have used his brains for enhancing himself and country.

    RIP Mo K if the hunters have an IQ over 95, U are a Walking Dead. Too dangerous to keep alive.

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  37. ac November 19, 2015 at 8:56 PM #

    Yeap right in our backyard and the voices against immigration well your own calls might come back yo bite you in the arse if you insist. the seldom heard of a carribbean native involved with terrorist activity might answer the calls of those who opposed to freedom of movement/ by way of immigration.

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  38. MoneyBrain November 19, 2015 at 8:58 PM #

    Russia only starting to lash ISIS, they were hitting the rebels on behalf of Assad before.

    These ISIS animals are poor parents, saw a lil kid being trained to cut off the head of his Teddy Bear with a humongous knife. Women have no rights and the foolish ones that go to ISIS areas are forced to become sex slaves as a reward to the fighters.

    Allah will soon take retribution of mammoth proportions.

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  39. Colonel Buggy November 19, 2015 at 10:51 PM #

    Trinis going to Syria should be charge for Treason on their return.

    Has Trinidad and Tobago declared war on ISIS/ Syria, or deemed ISIS/Syria an enemy of the state. Has ISIS/Syria, or these rebel Trinis, declared war on Trinidad and Tobago? A charge of treason would be hard to apply. 
    

    How about the British Army who came down to Barbados in in the early 1960’s and recruited quite a few young men, many of whom ended up in Aden in the Middle East, fighting the same Wogs. Should we not have charged these Barbadians on their return to Barbados years later, with treason , or as Mercenaries?

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  40. Sargeant November 19, 2015 at 11:16 PM #

    @David
    We also have Trinis fighting for ISIL. When they return what happens?
    +++++++++
    The T&T Gov’t may be forced to take action if they want to remain good friends with the USA but given that Abu Bakr was able to walk after the 1990 coup we shouldn’t hold out hope.

    At least David Rudder penned one of the best social commentaries from those days.

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  41. Simple Simon November 19, 2015 at 11:29 PM #

    @MoneyBrain November 19, 2015 at 4:57 PM “Terrorist returning to Tdad or any Nation should be arrested at the border and charged with Treason, they are Traitors. Any nation that can not accomplish this for legal reasons needs to change that law immediately.”

    Agreed.

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  42. Simple Simon November 19, 2015 at 11:37 PM #

    @Dompey November 18, 2015 at 5:07 PM “There is something very wrong here because I can’t even get my sons to take the garbage out.”

    Dear Domps: If they won’t take the garbage out you should not take it out either. Just leave it there until “creepers” start to walk all over the kitchen floor.

    And you should NEVER give youngsters money for doing household chores. They live there. They have to do their fair share of the housework.

    If you are too soft they will treat you like an unpaid maid, or like how ISIS wants to treat the “West”

    Be tough early.

    Be tough consistently.

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  43. de Ingrunt Word November 20, 2015 at 12:56 AM #

    @Sargeant, shouldn’t the T&T Gov’t be concerned first and foremost about their own continued existence from those returning soldiers and the US friendship afterwards? Because of Abu Bakr there can be no missteps made on this matter.

    With respect to the coup leader he never properly paid penance for his illegal actions so frankly I cannot conceive how the Homeland Security folks in T&T could be sleeping easy with soldiers radicalized to ISIS jihad back in country back under his fold.

    Do they have weaponry? What ‘trigger’ will push them to foment further anarchy in a country already roiled with violent criminality?

    Were I the responsible minister then surely arrest and detention for all returning ISIS/Syria bound personnel. That under the statue power of National Security.

    @Colonel Buggy November 19, 2015 10:51 PM, surely you are not serious! How do you equate a soldier recruited with the acceptance of his government and one recruited to fight for an organization that is likely recognized under international conventions (to which I presume T&T are signatories) as a terrorist group?

    So is the question whether T&T has declared war on ISIS/ Syria, or rather if ISIS has declared war on all infidels and thus on the country and people of T&T? A charge of treason or at minimum a charge of a threat to national security seems reasonable to apply to me under those circumstances.

    Every country has to do what is best for it to safeguard its rule of law and its citizens. T&T is the worst placed in the region and they need to deal with this threat in very strong, decisive terms.

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  44. ac November 20, 2015 at 5:34 AM #

    When the civil war escalated in syria in the early stages the USA govt had a golden opportunity to undertake actions with preemptive measures in search of military arsenal which was already known to be used in the killing of the syrian people by the syrian govt ,the USA back down on the advice of Putin political advances charging repercussions to be brought with his intervention.
    Now what has transpired is the bearing of more bitter fruit with the USA govt having no choice but to hold whilst having to open the gate for million of innocent civilians including the wicked arms of the terrorist.
    The fact being that the Obama administration failure to act is now the out flow of action by ISIS who never miss any opportunity to activate its deadly terror on innocent lives

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  45. lawson November 20, 2015 at 8:36 AM #

    What I would love to see is …suicide bomber dies thinking he was was changing the channel on the remote
    Its funny you can get people to call the police if the neighbours dog is barking to loud , their tree is hanging over your yard etc but not when you see 8 people you have never seen before heading in an apt with big cans marked fertilizer.

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  46. MoneyBrain November 20, 2015 at 9:54 AM #

    Lawson

    In bad hoods you are signing your very own death warrant if U call the Police, better to disappear first and call second. The problem is that these badasses are not being properly held to account by the Justice system. Indeed, badasses are being created by our poorly lead Western countries where the populace is encouraged, from childhood, to do as they want without appropriate discipline at home, school or by societal values.

    When one studies certain countries like Singapore, China, Sth Korea et al, one quickly appreciates the West is in very deep trouble from a multitude of perspectives eg discipline, education, work ethic, etc. The West must stop the overly liberal BS or face the reality of a much lower standard of living. The average American has made no net financial headway for at least 20+ yrs.

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  47. MoneyBrain November 20, 2015 at 10:00 AM #

    Did U see the video with the African chap who was with his son at the Stade de France and one suicide bomber detonated about 30 ft away, lucky as hell, Or the woman at the restaurant had the gun pointed at her within inches and it jammed. Incredible.

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  48. Donna November 20, 2015 at 10:41 AM #

    MoneyBrain,

    All you on is this “Terror in Paris blog” all the time. You like you terrified or something. Me, I am not worried because my PM has promised to do all he can to keep me safe. What about your PM?

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  49. MoneyBrain November 20, 2015 at 11:15 AM #

    Donna you have a PM?

    I am not terrified but find it very difficult to understand why the Pols dont learn to lead. As a born leader who does not have to pander to stupid voters there seems to be several approaches to solve the problems presented.

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  50. Donna November 20, 2015 at 11:43 AM #

    MoneyBrain,

    You know I was joking, right?

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  51. Donna November 20, 2015 at 11:52 AM #

    MoneyBrain,

    My PM offers reassurance against this endless stream of terrorists but can only express concern about the “small pockets of violence” only now emerging in our society.

    I am so reassured!

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  52. lawson November 20, 2015 at 12:36 PM #

    some PM’s know they are sending men to certain death
    My PM knows which wax to use on his snowboard in icy conditions

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  53. MoneyBrain November 20, 2015 at 12:56 PM #

    Donna
    Whenever your PM or most PMs are invoked, it is probably to bring mirth to the cognoscenti! hahaha

    Lawson your PM also knows how to dramatise BS! lol

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  54. Well Well & Consequences November 20, 2015 at 12:58 PM #

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/shooting-reported-mali-hotel-article-1.2441291

    That one is done, more beasts still out there.

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  55. Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right November 20, 2015 at 6:01 PM #

    Ok. So we have a pattern emerging now, multiple encounters in more than one continent so far, some national holidays coming up soon in a few more.

    All of the agencies are reacting, with maximum force, predictably but not one government has or is “proactively” seeking to solve this matter but the other means that are available because everyone is attuned to cutting out the spines and none know how, nor care, to urinate on them, or use the droppings of wax from a candle of said urchin spines and dissolving them in the place where they are lodged.

    Of course the former method involves utilizing the arsenal of armaments and multi-billion dollar arsenals, while the second method while also involving costs which are fractions of the same, will preserve more lives and ultimately lead to peace.

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  56. Well Well & Consequences November 20, 2015 at 6:07 PM #

    Exactly Piece…..ask yourself who is benefiting financially from all of this chaos and potential war.

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  57. de Ingrunt Word November 20, 2015 at 9:16 PM #

    @Pieces et al, there is a conspiracy planned every day according to those in the know! So certainly no need to surmise why there are always well armed criminals, warmongers, pirates or terrorists. Of course, they are supplied by businessmen who value wealth above all else.

    One ‘alarming’ aspect of this Paris and pan-Europe military action is the number of high powered guns and munitions discovered. For a country that does not have free gun sales like the US, the French law enforcement personnel have some serious interdiction to complete based on the 170+ weapons captured.

    One can imagine that they will continue with their aggressive search and arrest methods throughout the extended state of emergency. Only if they could stem the flow of the weapons but that is a lost cause because there is money to be made.

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  58. millertheanunnaki November 20, 2015 at 9:24 PM #

    @ de Ingrunt Word November 20, 2015 at 9:16 PM
    “One can imagine that they will continue with their aggressive search and arrest methods throughout the extended state of emergency. Only if they could stem the flow of the weapons but that is a lost cause because there is money to be made.”

    Yes, loads of money to be made alright!
    What about the chemical and biological weapons those fanatics might have access to, for the right price settled with oil dollars?

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  59. de Ingrunt Word November 20, 2015 at 10:06 PM #

    @Miller, that is the proverbial Gorilla in the room. One remembers a certain Russian dissident who ingested a certain chemical called polonium…that nasty radioactive ting that can kill millions on people from very small quantities.

    I mention that because of its Russian origin and after all we are discussing conspiracies!!

    But more likely or possible could be some of that chemical stuff Pres Assad is using against his Syrians. If ISIS gets their hands on some of that stuff and can re-engineer for dispersion in urban areas then the Western countries will send boots and unleash full blast destruction.

    The fact is that ISIS is obviously working steadfastly to deploy chem weapons and some reports have suggested they have used some type of WMD against the Kurds.

    However, it’s just as obvious (otherwise they would not pussyfoot as they were) that the intelligence services do not believe that they are capable or anywhere close to success with WMD for urban dispersal.

    Let us all pray to our respective deity that the intelligence is better than it was prior to the Iraq war!!!

    Let us pray!

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  60. David Weekes November 22, 2015 at 3:00 PM #

    To the CARICOM Authorities.

    I started litigation against you in 2007 regarding your purported theft of my Border Crossing solution the patented Global Origin and Destination Information System.

    As life would have it, we, the citizens of this globe, are at a point where, what I conceived in the early 2000’s, now has become an absolute requirement for safe travel worldwide.

    It is evident by this incident in Paris, SARS and MERS, the inability of big up intelligence services to know who travellers are and where they have come from, continues to be an issue.

    My patent does not care who you pretend to be, it is based on who you are and unless there is complicity at the source of issuance of ID documents, you CANNOT trick it, even now these 9 years after its development.

    Let me just suggest the following publicly

    You people who are so intent on destroying David Weekes because he spoke out against the matter of your Un-incoporated Revised Treaty of Chaguaramus, in the Dualist State of Barbados, need to overlook these petty issues and see the bigger picture, more specifically “the writing on the wall”.

    The Terrorists are here in our region and have been reviewing our preparedness as being a spring board.

    If the Interior Minister of France Bernard Cazeneuve with his sophisticate intelligence mechanisms could only say that Abdelhamid Abaaoud “had passed through Greece on his return from Syria..” and that “…It is unclear whether the Belgian had concealed himself among the thousands of migrants arriving in Greece before heading for other EU nations…” you, with your antiquated ED systems and paper documents need to quickly come to the table and do something about this matter which, not only you, but world governments. can’t seem to solve.

    But unlike these other economies, just one incident ,and our respective regional economies which are primarily based on Tourism, will plummet to the earth.

    And lest you should thing that what I am telling you is fanciful let me show you where the “exploratory missions to evaluate the weaknesses of the Caribbean Air and SeaPorts are ongoing”

    Syrians with fake passports are detained in St Maarten – http://antiguaobserver.com/syrians-with-fake-passports-are-detained-in-st-maarten/ after going to 4 other jurisdictions!!

    I am not a rabid dog, I love my country and know what one single incident will mean to all of us, we need to do something before it is too late

    If you are truly committed to regional growth and security, contact my Lawyer, and let us talk about a solution for preventing the region’s travellers, so that our jurisdictions do not become anathema for first world countries

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  61. David November 22, 2015 at 3:07 PM #

    @David Weekes

    How can your system benchmark and or access databases from ME region currently not accessible?

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  62. David Weekes November 22, 2015 at 4:00 PM #

    @ The Blogmaster

    There are three main issues regarding travel

    Who are you? Verifiable Processes Required

    Where have you been ?

    Where are you going?

    My system makes two disclaimers (i) it does not see into the hearts of men regarding their intent and (ii) it there is complicity at the level of a country’s immigration authorities, it is useless because that means that “Who your Documents say you are” and who you actually are, are at a variance.

    That aside let me explain.

    You travel for a place of Origin, through a Point of Embarkation, (with possible Interim Points of Encounter) to a Point of Destination, That is the Absolute Travel Cycle.

    Your ID, irrespective of who the source is, is issued by a country of origin (COID, multiple ID’s notwithstanding) which for the purpose of your query might be in the ME. There is nothing magical about the G.O.D.I.S platform.

    Any and all COID processes, whether electronic or as is the current manual practice defaults to an Immigration Officer acting in concert to their procedures i.e. if your document is suspect OR your country is known to issue false documents or your passport comes from a COID that is know to be easily falsified, then you are detained. That does not change

    What changes is (a) speed of access to a verifiable ID process (b) an increased matrix of collaborating COIDs (c) rapid ID processing, like with the US-VISIT process which is designed using the premises of my patent, at embarkation at the Place of Embarkation and with certain Airlines e.g. AA when you book the ticket.

    I am not particularly interested in the US or UK or the first world countries. They have Special Forces who can kill you from a mile away, experts in dealing death and destruction. We don’t have that as our Jamaat Al Muslimeen incident in 1990 in Trinidad proved.

    I am proposing a “deterence at Point of Embarkation” platform where AA tell you you cannot fly and/or your luggage is specifically examined at the airports of more sophisticated airports.

    So Blogmaster as long and the Verifiable ID Process is in operation, what happens when I have 2 or more passports which may or may not be valid documents as proved to be the case with the Syrians?

    You the traveller passed the test of ID validation at Place of Embarkation BUT did not pass the COD test because of a flaw in your ID, or the proactive aspect of my platform, barring collusion at source.

    Barring exposing the mechanics of Where you have been, suffice it to say that a man or a woman lying about visiting a country with Ebola or other health consideration WILL NOT BE POSSIBLE since the system is like what ASYCUDA ++ purports to be but whereas partial shipments and LCLs currently trick their system regarding true source of shipments you CANT trick mine.

    Why does your visa take so long to be issued? because the US embassy, compliments of our patent, scans all the leaves of your passport to record where you have been and with the technology that is ubiquitous we live in the “no man shall buy or sell without a number” much like MagnaCard knows when you have purchased Ferrol or spinach leaves for your high blood pressure

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  63. David Weekes November 22, 2015 at 4:18 PM #

    @ The Blogmaster

    Final Point.

    I can’t underscore the point of “who am I?” enough but maybe this BBC ID related article will show you what the current issue of “remote” ID verifications using picture ID presents as a problem worldwide for customs and immigration authorities

    So in addition to the picture “synchronisation” for the current holder of the ID standing by your booth, we have the overarching issue of the validation of the ID (notwithstanding the additional issue of Plastic Surgery)

    ED forms are outdated and much like any airport that does not have a generator in the even of a power outage, should be black balled so too should the regional governments of CARICOM be castigated for not having already advanced a system, in 2015, that facilitates the real time exchange of traveller information that permits rapid processing of desirable/undesirable traveller profiles

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  64. Colonel Buggy November 22, 2015 at 10:00 PM #

    Meanwhile the KKK is still hard at work

    I did a job yesterday which involved picking up 26 young lads and lassies up at Gatwick Airport.
    Nothing unusual about the job, but they were,
    They all seemed to be well dressed, educated and erudite, But for people so young to be consumed by such a blinding hatred shocked me.
    One of the young lads saw the badges I wear on my work jacket and concluded that I was ex forces, well the respect from all these young people was awesome, so I thought, yeah gonna be a nice drive back to Essex.
    Wrong…….
    They then spouted their views on Immigrants and the like, talk about right wing, these were ultra ultra right wing.
    All Immigrants to be interned into camps, and then shipped back to their respective countries.No matter what if they are successful business people or traders, they all go back,
    All people that disagree with the state should also be interned,
    Homosexuals and transgender people are also on that list
    Student Unions, Trade Unions etc would also face stringent loyalty tests and those that fail, they to would be abolished and members interned
    They will have no truck what so ever with and I quote here, so please don’t get on my case,Poufs , Fairys, Lesos, wannabes ( Transgender ) ,Niggers, Pakis, Sweats, Micks,Gyppos, ( thats anyone from Eastern Europe ) and the Jews, Muslims, Hindus,Turks and Grecos,
    I was astounded.
    Gobsmacked.
    These kids had just returned from a seminar in the States for White Supremacy, In other words the Pure Aryan dream that the Nazis Had and look how that turned out.
    Someone has totally contaminated these young peoples minds, they were all of the same opinion,
    Some of the stuff they came out with made sense in an odd way , like Nuking Isis, Abolishing the good friday agreemant, enshrining the Forces covenant in law, those single parents that continue to bang out kids lose all their benefits, so do the professional dossers. to name just a few
    But it was the hatred and blind racism that really shocked me
    There were 26 of them and only 1 of me so I just made the right noises and kept me head down, they truly scared the shit out of me with their fanaticism,
    So it seems that not only are Muslims being radicalised, but our own kids as well.
    I spoke to the wife about it and she said the best thing for me to do is forget it, just store it away cos as I was on my own and the bloody cameras were off I have no evidence.
    But it just goes to show how quickly young peoples minds are taken over and these American groups are very quick to exploit this, just the same as the Radical Muslim groups are,
    With Youngsters of my own, namely my Grand daughter living with us, it bears watching

    (David Moyes . Royal Corp of Transport)

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  65. Simple Simon November 23, 2015 at 10:25 AM #

    Dear moneybrain and others:

    It looks like Justin is taking my advice. Only he is still being a little bit soft. I would not let in any adult male refugees at all. I would not let in any male older than 12 years old, and even so I would be very, very careful with those as well.

    http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2015/11/22/canada-to-screen-out-single-men-under-refugee-plan-cbc.html

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  66. Simple Simon November 23, 2015 at 10:26 AM #

    I would have a deliberate policy of separating the woman and little children from the malign influence of their men folk.

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  67. MoneyBrain November 23, 2015 at 10:47 AM #

    Simpy

    I agree to bring in the poor souls that have been in Jordanian Camps for 3-4 yrs as Camp Admin should know more than info from Syria. Emphasise Christians, Jews, Kurds and other minorities, families with relatives in Canada, complete families with males as I dont want to pay for them eternally.

    Interesting that this is supposedly going to cost $875 mn this year? So $35,000 per person???????? Surely they could be airlifted out for $1000 each? Okay say $1500? How much theft is involved here? Are they going to stay at the Four Seasons?

    This is what happens when rich boys take over?

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  68. de Ingrunt Word November 23, 2015 at 11:38 AM #

    @Colonel Buggy, November 22 at 10:00 PM. your comments are an excellent reminder to all of us that this battle with Islam (currently ISIS, Al Qeada) is not the only battle and in some places definitely not the most dangerous battle against society.

    It’s a reminder that in places like the US right-wing white supremacists militia members committed more mass-murder (McVeigh), robberies, established their own ‘caliphates’ in remote location and announced themselves as separate from the US and basically were the most dangerous entity to modern civilization.

    The young-man who entered that church in Charleston SC, USA and took the lives of nine innocent Christians was a white-supremacist sympathizer. McVeigh’s bombing of a US federal building took 168 lives and injured over 650 people. More than the Paris terror act.

    This is not to play who-is-worst-than-whom but to highlight that what the author spoke about has in fact been the most compelling threat to society for the last 20 – 25 years and not only in US.

    As recently as a few days ago, the head of the US Homeland Security ‘ministry’ said they regard homegrown terrorists as the most violent and dangerous. What he would have added if pressed is that for many year they considered white-extremists and not radicalized Islamists, as the most severe threat from political violence in the US. That had been the threat context from the FBI for many years.

    This jihadist holy war pushes that off the headlines and the radar and unfortunately those folks are using the time to consolidate, expand and fine-tune their message and will hit, hard and deadly in the years ahead.

    Consider that there was a serious spike in membership and donations to white-supremacists groups after Obama was elected President and that folks flowing out of SA after their apartheid system crumbled are also fueling this network of hate and anger.

    Consider with greater concern that published reports confirm that Police departments across the US (and I presume in England and the world) still have many serving officers who are either members of or a sympathizer of such a group, based on those outed and forced to resign.

    The author can be assured that years from now those tainted minds will be in politics, commerce, police , MI5 or MI6 and effecting their beliefs aggressively.

    The fight never ends!

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  69. MoneyBrain November 23, 2015 at 1:08 PM #

    In an exclusive interview with Breitbart News via Skype, Cmdr. Emmanuel Khoshaba Youkhana discussed the Assyrian Army’s efforts to end the ISIS campaign of genocide against Christians in Iraq and Syria.

    He noted that the Christian Assyrian Army, known as Dwekh Nawsha, is in desperate need of military assistance in the form of weapons and training from the Obama administration, which so far has refused to lend a hand.

    Dwekh Nawsha means “self-sacrifice” in the ancient Aramaic language used by Jesus and still spoken by the Assyrian Christians.

    When asked what would become of the Assyrian Army efforts against ISIS if U.S. assistance never materializes, Cmdr. Youkhana said, “It would be hard and difficult. We are losing not only the Assyrian people, we are losing the Christianity.”

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  70. MoneyBrain November 25, 2015 at 10:11 AM #

    A particularly chilling video clip. Take a few moments to watch this one. Straight from the horse’s mouth so to speak. Leading Radical in BelgiSTAN talks Sharia and dominance.

    http://www.cbn.com/tv/embedplayer.aspx?bcid=1509282970001

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  71. MoneyBrain November 25, 2015 at 1:32 PM #

    I am not in agreement with the way Trump handles Racial issues ie Mexicans/ Muslims. He is obviously riling up the masses to win the GOP. He is dumb as he loses tons of Votes in the Genl Election.

    Did U notice how the Radicals interupted and bullied moderate Muslims at their meeting? Are U aware that the 7/7 Bomb on the Edgware Rd bus was aimed at moderate Muslims?

    I have had personal experiences with modern, “moderate” Muslims. My Physio and I were discussing issues and i mentioned that one could justify attacking Sodamn Insane’s Iraq because he was mistreating/ murdering thousands of the majority, 62%, Shiite Muslims. This guy flew into a rage and threatened to slap me! If I wanted to make his life hell I could have reported him to his Pysio Assoc, the Police etc. I did not know he was Sunni from Pakistan and Sunni’s hate Shiites and Ismailis more than the hate just about anybody else.

    ISIS kills Shiites at every opportunity because they believe they are not true Muslims eg bombs in Beirut in a known Hezbollah/ Shiite strong hold a few weeks back. Hezbollah are associated with Iran (Shiites), so Iran will be looking for retribution against ISIS very soon, indeed the Iranians will gladly bust their rass big time if they were given a Pass by the US/ Israel.

    Word, when there is a group that is both an Ideology and Religion then any Intelligent leader must monitor very closely and be willing to make tough decisions like Deportation, removal of Citizenship attained by traitors and eradication if necessary! Please note that when Hitler made his intentions very clear Chamberlain’s assessment was that he was no threat!!!! That cost millions of lives. The Allies should have moved against Germany as soon as they had intel on Arms build up!!!! So 58 + million lives were lost instead of couple hundred thousand!

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