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America snubs historic Paris rally

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posted on Jan, 13 2015 @ 11:29 AM
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originally posted by: Onslaught2996
a reply to: UnBreakable

Yawn..you people have been saying this from the first month he was in office and yet nothing.

I really think you would be happier if something did happen just so you can go ..."see I told ya"



Not sure if you said that in jest, but...

Republicans On Defense Over Defunding Homeland Security After Paris Terrorist Attack
www.politicususa.com...




posted on Jan, 13 2015 @ 11:38 AM
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originally posted by: Yeahkeepwatchingme
a reply to: UnBreakable



Most Americans won't even pay attention unless the media's telling them it's a worthy cause. I can think of a trillion things more important than the nonsense they push on us. Their causes, movements, fads, memes, false concern, crocodile tears are bull.



How can people truly wake up when the "awakening" happening on the planet is created by the system people are "waking up" to?


Yep, sad state of affairs here in this country while the sheeple wait for their next marching order emanating from the boob-tube. I deal with it all the time. For years I used to pass on articles from alternative media websites to friends and family. My New Year's resolution is to stop wasting my time trying to awaken people to the truth. Most only believe what ABC, NBC, Fox, CNN, etc. tells them. I'm now in an 'every man for themselves' mode.



posted on Jan, 13 2015 @ 11:41 AM
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originally posted by: Onslaught2996
a reply to: UnBreakable



Yawn..you people have been saying this from the first month he was in office and yet nothing.



I really think you would be happier if something did happen just so you can go ..."see I told ya"





I won't be happier, but I will say "see I told ya" because maybe an event like that will wake up some apologists like you.



posted on Jan, 13 2015 @ 08:32 PM
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It would've been awesome to have GW Bush there, locking arms. After all, he is the original Warrior-Against-Terror, right? He was so anti-terror, to his credit, he spent every single penny we had - and more! - and didn't listen when millions of people from around the world took to the streets in opposition to his plan to rid two countries of their bad bad men. That they were the wrong countries to beat on is beside the point! He would take all the time necessary, even if it meant crippling our people and resources, to get that bad man. Many would die, but he'd get his man.
I feel strongly that George W. Bush is the most modest former president, by far. Unlike his fellows who get right into showing off how Elder-Statesman-Like they are, Bush seems to have hidden from what could only be showers of accolades for him. How appropriate then that George W. Bush should emerge from his exile of modesty - should be his new book title, Exile of Modesty - and lead the march.



posted on Jan, 13 2015 @ 10:36 PM
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originally posted by: fartsmeller46
Isn't it obvious? A quote from just 2 years ago " The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam " was made by our president Obama. He refuses to put the 2 words Muslīm and terrorists together in a sentence,and he has at least 6 members of the Muslim brotherhood in his administration. He's showīng hîs support for the violent events in Paris by not condemning them.


Did George W. Bush ever put "Muslim" and "terrorist" together in a sentence? Just a valid question, as I don't know the answer. I do however have an idea as to WHY.

Muslim + terrorist isn't what TPTB want. They want "terrorist." If they specifically create a link between terrorism and Islam then eventually the sheeple will expect ALL terrorists to be Islamic.

If you've been keeping score:
1. The Founding Fathers are considered terrorists
2. As are gun carrying Christians

I have a feeling they want "terrorist" to remain free from the "Muslim" overtones so that they can use "terrorist" at a later date when the F.F. kick off here in the USA involving anyone that might like the Constitution, guns, be Christian, or any combination.
edit on 13-1-2015 by WCmutant because: (no reason given)



posted on Jan, 13 2015 @ 10:41 PM
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The minute I posted this on Obama's Internet Movie Database page I was pounced on as a confirmed Obama hater! I let them know this is the very first negative Obama item I have shared EVER. I voted for him twice and for seven years I have shared every pro-Obama item with which I could agree, refuted every negative item I could, and ignored those I could not definitely refute. I was also sensitive to others' opinions. In writing a petition to the President I thanked him for the good he had done--which in some people's opinions might be NONE--but I worded it in such a way that people could make up their own minds!

It's quite a bitter pill to take, supporting someone so much for years, not believing the wild stories (I heard the "he's a Muslim who wants to phase out all Christians and Jews" while he was still running--the person who said that didn't use any definite words such as "convert or kill," it was something more like phase out or render irrelevant--) and not buying into any negativity, and now to have him just bail like this and lend credence to the worst things being said about him for years! Surprisingly, some people are still supporting him so yes opinion is very divided.

What floors me is how gracious, kind, and forgiving the French have proven. Many positive comments are coming from that direction and very few of the negative ones that I have seen.



posted on Jan, 14 2015 @ 12:52 PM
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posted on Jan, 17 2015 @ 02:05 AM
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Okay...this is better. From Obama's meeting with David Cameron, seems maybe Obama doesn't approve of terrorists much more than Cameron does after all. www.bbc.com...

Kerry took a conciliatory trip to make nice with France. Which is good, because for a while there I was beginning to really feel for the crying Frenchman. Remember the crying Frenchman?

I won't try to post a picture here because for some reason it never works on this forum...just Google it. There are different stories about the event of the picture. The common conception is he was watching German troops march in--in fact, it's the first picture most people bring to mind of the fall of France--but the true story may be that he was watching French troops march out...anyhow, people seem to agree it was taken in 1940, he was French, and he was crying. His country was in deep trouble and not getting help.

If all that comes of having your country's citizens mowed down in cold blood is, "Tough luck, Toulouse!" one must question the attitude of the United States--like, hey, if these French want full consideration, maybe they'd learn to speak English!




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