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of course I have suggestions, but many of which are probably highly disagreed with.
Well that's pretty clear. Or not. Under what legal authority would this occupation be carried out? Or doesn't that matter?
Boots on ground, we ought to occupy the Middle East and rebuild, for as long as it takes until it resembles something like modern day Germany, and I'm not talking the whole of the Middle East..
Forced regime change. Well that's worked out pretty well so far. Solved a bunch of problems.
We need to disregard being ally's with Saudi Arabia, and threaten forced regime change if they do not stop sponsoring terrorism and extremism, we also need to stop supporting elements of both sides in a clandestine war based on strategic positioning.
Sure. Dump our allies. Good policy.
If we are unable to do that or unwilling, we need to leave the Middle East.
Cool. Just like Berlin!
We need to build a wall in the first line refugee country's and send billions in aid, there needs to be longer wait times to destination country's, and deeper background checks, this will help stem the flood of refugees, and further help us weed out the infiltrators.
I don't believe anyone in here said all Arabs/Muslims are bad
So essentially you are an objective criticizer, a loud voice amongst the village people.
I disagree that it is such evidence. I further contend that it's intent is to inspire hate. Nothing more.
However it is evidence that at least some are.
If you can't even list off proposed solutions, and all you can offer is self important retort, then you offer zero substance in this debate.
Ah. I see, you advocate abandoning allies while talking about responsibility.
You are differing responsibility and not taking ownership, which is arguably at least half the problem in the U.S..
Tell me, who has denied that there are dangerous elements?
The last point we can agree to disagree, but understanding some elements of fanaticism are infiltrating through the exodus is a start.