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          Carol Sakaguchi
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          Illegal and legal drugs have already contributed to the Catastrophic events we see around the world, as well as our neglect when it comes to addressing the need and use of automatic weapons in this country. Immigrants are the least of the worlds problems, as we are killing ourselves and each other off with lightening speed!

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              Carol Sakaguchi
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              it's not fear mongering. This is what the champagne quaffing socialist luvvies would love the world to think, but it isn't. The thing is, like the UK, many countries are still trying to recover from the crash of 2008. No matter what our governments say, the working classes and poor of those countries are not yet doing well.


              I can only speak for the UK, but we've been under siege all summer by migrants attempting to get here from Calais, Dunkirk, etc. most try to get through the Channel Tunnel. They use machetes, bolt cutters, homemade clubs (lumps of wood with nails hammered through) and anything else they can use to threaten both the police guarding the ports and tunnel as well drivers of lorries, etc to let them through. The bolt cutters are particularly useful as they can also cut the fencing that's been put up.


              They regularly riot when not being allowed to flood through to the UK; despite all this our PM, Camoron, has gone on numerous holidays, attended football matches, cricket matches, etc - glibly ignoring the hell the rest of us are suffering. Even when some of our motorways turned into giant carparks - with queues stretching well into high double digits of miles back, turning surrounding areas first into gridlocks and then into further carparks, as traffic ground to a halt virtually across huge swathes of the South East, he still acted as if nothing was really wrong and the working class were, at best, selfish towards the migrants and, at worst, racist (the latter being the 'default' go-to position for our government and goverments across the EU).


              This is not personal views - this is what was all over the news media in video format. Bearing in mind the British media was biased in favour of the migrants too; so for the migrants to still come across in a bad light shows how bad they really were. They were all young, healthy, lone men -most under 30; there no women and no children at the Calais camp and crossing into Calais. Which makes you question where the hell did the women and children go who were getting off dinghies and boats in Kos and Lesbos.


              All that aside we do not have the housing, medical, schooling, elderly care and government funding to support the people already living here, let alone the ability to support more. A primary school in London, near my father, has fifteen languages spoken as the first language - there is another school in Essex with twenty. These schools spend more on translators than they do on teachers and school equipment; these schools are not the exceptions, they are the norm.


              Likewise hospitals are spending tens of thousands of pounds on translators and aides for those who do not speak English as a first language. Yet our NHS tells families of children desperate for certain cancer drugs that, at worst, can only extend their lives for a few years, or at best cure them, that these drugs are 'too costly'.


              Our housing is horribly inadequate for the number of people needing it. We haven't got the government money to build more social housing; even private home building is low and rents are now sky high across the country. However we see our veterans sleeping rough in the street because councils refuse to house them on some 'technical difficulty'; this makes it impossible for them to get work. So they're stuck in a horrible cycle they can't escape. Most can't even get benefits to feed themselves without an address and so they're stuck in an ever decreasing circle of bone crunching poverty - unless they freeze to death sleeping outside in the winter.


              It's even got to the point where the UK housing minister wants to try and find a way to force the elderly out of larger homes and into smaller ones, to free up the bigger ones for families. Now, for a couple that have struggled for years to pay off their mortgage, this seems incredibly cruel. However, there is already a 'bedroom tax' on those elderly people who live in two or more bedroomed rented properties as a 'fine' for taking up homes that families could use. The true irony is there are not enough properties for the elderly to downsize into anyway.


              Add on to that migrants are given homes, furniture and money - plus the abilityto claim benefits - regardless of their actual circumstances. This is causing extraordinary bad feeling. Especially when genuine asylum seekers who actually are in fear of their lives, who come to work and start again are often sent back; yet migrants with severe criminal records, some including violent murder with extreme violence, are allowed to stay even after committing similar crimes here due to their 'human rights'. Well, what about the human rights of our homeless? What about the human rights of the genuine asylum seeker that will now probably face murder in their home country and who never broke a law here?


              Now think of our elderly - in the UK our utilities are exceptionally expensive; so many elderly (and now many families) have to choose between eating and filling their bellies or heating and staving off hypothermia. Every winter many elderly people die of the latter; last year approx. nine thousand elderly people died of hypothermia because of this very dilemma in the UK alone.


              Recently there's been a lot of issues for poor families - benefits have been cut, wages haven't risen in years for many people; so families are reduced to using what is known here as 'food banks'. These are where people and supermarkets donate food, the latter on it's sell by, to registered charities who distribute this to families, and lately to elderly people, who are now too poor to actually buy their own food as well as pay rents or mortgages. Some of these 'food banks' are also stocking secondhand donated clothing, etc too.


              So to tell the people of this country, who are feeling this besieged, this ignored, this desperate, that they will have to take more and more migrants; most of whom, let's not forget, are now proven to be economic migrants, and all these are healthy, lone, young men under forty, in fact most are actually under thirty - you can see why this would lead to growing unrest. Especially when, as well as these orders from the likes of Merkel, our own government is telling us billions of pounds is being spent in these countries (though on whom we have no clue as most from Syria and all the surrounding countries currently seem to be residing in the Eastern Bloc countries, and steadily moving north) and even supporting a football team in China to the tune of a million pounds.


              Not only do we not have the infrastructure to support the sheer weight of numbers we're dealing with already, we do not even have the funding to do so because of madness like this. Our country is close to collapse and we're not alone, far from it, in the EU of 2015.


              Angela Merkel was told, loudly, longly and repeatedly, throwing open Germany's borders with abandon would lead to the very migrant meltdown we're now watching. It was obvious that as soon as she did so that Austria, Germany's timid little brother, would automatically do the same.


              We all knew, except apparently both Merkel and Austria's leader, that doing so would not stop the flood as she said, but actually worsen it. Of course, sadly, we were right and what was a flood is now a completely unstoppable tsunami of humans.


              Borders that have been down for decades, are now back up - razorwire and border patrols with orders to shoot to kill, are also returning. Acrimonious accusations are being spat back and forth across various borders. Merkel has gone from being the migrants' God, to the EU's devil.


              The UK is not alone in what I've described, especially now that VW is under fire and might well lay of tens of thousands. Not to mention that its being reported that across Germany Sharia Law is running the camps, there is rampant forced prostitution, even of small girls, and rape is uncontrolled.


              Local Germans and Austrians are being told not to go out alone at night in towns near these huge camps as the western style of dress is liable to give 'the wrong impression' to 'young men of particular ethnic beliefs'. There's already been two rapes in one small German town, yet no one wants to tackle the situation - even on behalf of their own women, let alone the poor abused migrant women and girls - because they fear being called racist.


              There are also so many tens of thousands of migrants in any one area - Croatia say seventeen thousand crossed into their country in four days - that the second they don't get what they want they riot knowing that by sheer force of numbers and level of violence now they stand a chance of if not breaking through fencing, etc then they will bully the authorities in letting them go just to get shot of them.


              This is what the argument is between Croatia and Hungary. Croatia basically bussed around ten thousand to two extended trains and then sent them over the border to Hungary and point blank refused to have them back. Serbia is now desperately threatening to do the same.


              So, the people of the wider european countries are threatening their governments if they let more in - the Eastern Bloc countries people are threatening their governments if they don't get rid of those they already have. The UN is threatening all of the EU countries if they don't let any and all migrants wanting to enter regardless of whether Europe can cope.


              Basically the UN is at one end pushing them through - the EU leadership is at the other wringing its hands in pointless worry and the people of the EU countries are stirring; even a squirrel bites you if you goad it enough........trust me when I say, from where I sit, in the midst of this hell, we're watching the start of WW3 .


              When you consider the first one started because an obscure princeling of Serbia was assassinated, the second because a madmen staged an 'attack' by the Polish (when in actual fact the Germans attacked the Poles) to start the second - then all the information I've given is almost certain for cause to kick off a third.


              Not only that I truly believe it will destroy the EU and probably the Euro too. We're watching the beginnings of the destruction of europe. It's not scaremongering - it's merely a statement of fact. As witnessed, not by a double speaking politician or a NIMBY champagne luvvie, but by a member of the Working Poor at the 'coal face' of the real world.

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                  Trouble
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                  Trouble, I believe you. I think that world leaders can not be this naieve and something else is afoot. I do think the collapse of Europe is a possibility.

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                      Carol Sakaguchi
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                      Unless our politicians get their act together this great USA of ours won't be far behind! Vote your gut and not the party! Pray before you vote, as well!

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                          Carol Sakaguchi
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                          I don't think a collapse will happen - I think we're being driven, like a herd of cattle, towards war. There will soon be a moment, a brief pause as we teeter on the edge of the abyss when we could turn back; it will come...that one single moment of sanity.


                          If we ignore it, if we instead listen to the drums of war; then that's it. When the tipping point is reached, it will be too late to turn around and say we don't want this. For the UK, being a part of the EU and being told that, even if we have a vote to leave, our PM (of any party in power, that has been made clear by all our party leaders) will do whatever is necessary to ensure we're not actually able to get out, means that when the rest of Europe steps off that cliff into the abyss then we will be dragged into whatever comes next regardless with them.

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                              I know that Pakistan wanted nuclear bombs b/c India had it and there was a lot of animosity between them.not sure how the world benefits with Iran having it. And with the world in a mountain of debt and the possibility of economic collapse and with European and Americanleaders doing their utmost to usher in " the new world order" no telling what we are headed for.

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                                  Carol Sakaguchi
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                                  Quite true. I think Iran having nuclear weapons is as worrying as North Korea doing so. Big powers like Russia will always think twice; but small countries who feel they have something to prove will always be a concern as posturing sometimes leads them into a corner they can't get out of without losing face if they don't launch. Likewise they're always the ones at risk of having terrorists gain access to their weapons due to lax security and so at that point there's an even greater risk of a launch.

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                                      Carol Sakaguchi
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                                      Think about One World Order, Carol. The UN has been "pushing" for OWO since it was founded after WWII. It had been started before the League of Nations after WWI.


                                      Why do you think our Congress let Obama usurp that office? Why do you think our 'inferior' Supreme Court refused to hear any case on Obama filed to them?

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                                          Carol Sakaguchi
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                                          Hysteria.....The Daily Express is a rag with extreme right wing views. For every expert that predicts mayhem there will be another that provides a positive spin. This is not a balanced article, yes there are tensions but rightly so. Trying to process and save so many migrants without the benefit of a strategic plan in place would stretch any government. However, there has been much criticism of the harsh treatment by some governments and the use of rubber bullets on such vulnerable people is abominable. Who will fire them???? that is the real fear..... You lift your gun- take aim.......can you really pull the trigger? That will brutalise the armed forces who will carry around those images forever. Many many people in Europe are pro the migrants. Even here yesterday in Greece where things are tough to say the least, I saw a Huge poster at the harbour that said migrants welcome here. In Liverpool England another that said No hate, no fear, refugees welcome here. There is a huge swell of compassion in Europe regardless of what some papers would have you believe.

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                                              Maureen Newton
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                                              I know that some people are welcoming the immigrants. It's been shown on the news. Have you read Ayan Hersi Ali's book infidel? She emigrated to the Netherlands.

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                                                  Carol Sakaguchi
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                                                  I have not read the book but some research suggests yet again it is one side of the debate and Ayan Hersi Alis herself has moderated her views:

                                                  But in her latest book Heretic (2015) she moderated her views of Islam and now calls for a reform of the religion by supporting reformist Muslims.

                                                  It is always dangerous to focus on one piece of research or one person's strong views. While they are relevant to that person it may be a mistake to apply it across the board.

                                                  Here is another view by Rula Jebreal:

                                                  www.salon.com/.../ayaan_hirsi_ali_is_dangerous

                                                  It is my own, very different experience of Islam that compels me to challenge Hirsi Ali’s work.

                                                  As a Muslim woman married to a Jew and the mother of a Catholic daughter, I have lived in Jerusalem, Cairo, Rome and New York, and I am a regular visitor to other Muslim countries. What I have seen, particularly after the 9/11 attacks, was a broad rejection, not only of the extremism of Al-Qaeda but also of the authoritarian violence of Western-backed secular dictators — who, by stripping Muslims of their constitutional rights, jailing and torturing them, accomplished only the mass radicalization of young Muslims. If you have the time the whole article is very interesting.


                                                  So not everyone sees things from the prism of Ayan Hersi Alis as demonstrated in some reviews.

                                                  Susan Dominus of the New York Times wrote: "In “Heretic,” Hirsi Ali forgoes autobiography for the most part in favor of an extended argument. But she has trouble making anyone else’s religious history — even that of Muhammad himself, whose life story she recounts — as dramatic as she has made her own. And she loses the reader’s trust with overblown rhetoric. ... She tries to warn Americans about their naïveté in the face of encroaching Islamic influences, maintaining that officials and journalists, out of cultural sensitivity, sometimes play down the honor killings that occur in the West."

                                                  The Economist wrote: "Unfortunately, very few Muslims will accept Ms Hirsi Ali’s full-blown argument, which insists that Islam must change in at least five important ways. A moderate Muslim might be open to discussion of four of her suggestions if the question were framed sensitively. Muslims, she says, must stop prioritising the afterlife over this life; they must “shackle sharia” and respect secular law; they must abandon the idea of telling others, including non-Muslims, how to behave, dress or drink; and they must abandon holy war. However, her biggest proposal is a show-stopper: she wants her old co-religionists to “ensure that Muhammad and the Koran are open to interpretation and criticism”." Extracts from wikipedia

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                                                      Maureen Newton
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                                                      well if it means anything it does come out in her first book that she is a victim of female genital mutilization. I'did read her second book. I recommended her first book because it is more of an auto biography and I like biographies of any kind. She also fled to the Netherlands to flee a forced marriage. she is also a target of a fatwa to kill her and as a member of parliament in Holland and required round the clock security after the fatwa. I believe she emigrated to the states to have a lower profile and possibly not be assassinated. I find her a very brave woman.

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                                                          Carol Sakaguchi
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                                                          Something I read surprised me.

                                                          "Like Mr Pinter, Gerald Celente, who is a trend forecaster in the United States, said the current crisis draws huge parallels with a previous global conflict - in this case the Second World War.

                                                          He blames America's attacks on Libya, Iraq and most recently Syria, for bringing "refugees of war" to Europe."

                                                          When I read the second sentence above, it caused me to pause. It is kinda scary if this is what some really think happened in Libya and Syria. Yes, we are to blame for Iraq, but not the other two.

                                                          America supported the U.N. Coaliltion in Libya, it was their fight. And we shouldn't have given that support we did, we should have supported them with a long handled spoon. America only came to the aid of the Syrian people after being drawn in. Had we attacked Syria they would have declared war on us. Truth is, we didn't attack either Libya or Syria.

                                                          http://military.wikia.com/wiki/2011_military_intervention_in_Libya

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                                                              Katiebugz
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                                                              The worst mistake our President, whom I support, has made during his terms as the commander in chief is getting involved in Libya. I was against that from day one, but we did it anyway. Now look what is happening, we are getting blamed for the Arab spring and are looked upon as attacking countries we did not.

                                                              We don't run the world and we shouldn't try to.

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                                                                  Dajuan Candle
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                                                                  No we don't run the world it seems the world runs to this country for help and we have always tried to help. I am not happy that we do that all the time and some country cannot nor will reform. Their is no magic wand that will change what is going on else where. How do you change ISIS blow them off the planet you cannot change terrorist it is black and white to them with no care for anyone who does not belief in there way of life. Negotiating is a waste of time and they have proven that. The only answer is to destroy the people who are trying to destroy not just us but other countries. No need for judges for them just the big bomb

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                                                                      Dajuan Candle
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                                                                      Once we went into Iraq I think it was the start of destabilizing the ME. Sure Lybia was a problem before but I would like to see the USA get out of the ME period.

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                                                                          Katiebugz
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                                                                          I think there was a way we could have successfully gotten out of Iraq without leaving them vulnerable to attacks by the Islamic Revolutionary forces that are causing so much damage and harm now. But that withdrawal would have had to have happened within a couple of years of the Death of Saddam. We failed at trying to rebuild what we destroyed to kill one man. And what we have today is the result. And the Taliban is still running around in Afghanistan too!

                                                                          Just damn.

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                                                                              Dajuan Candle
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                                                                              There was always going to be a civil war once we pulled out unless the USA and coalition planned to kill all of one side (genocide) . That is what congress spent year debating...how to get out and leave them stable. Before we went in...Cheney at one time predicted the outcome we have today, civil war and destabilization of ME. Not sure why he went along with Bush...and , I do not believe it was for profits to Halliburton. We rebuilt plenty. We left the trained armed forces plenty of equipment but they ran when confronted and now IS/ISIS/ISIL has it. Yup just damn is right.

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                                                                                  Katiebugz
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                                                                                  We started destabilizing the ME in the 70's in Iran, when Carter pulled the rug on a fledgling democracy, do you begin to see a pattern here? Too late to get out, just look at the fallout from "leading from behind".

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                                                                                      Katiebugz
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                                                                                      Yes they took the Embassy ,right before that the Shah's air force mowed down 600 men, women and children via cobra helicopters outside a mosque, as the Kurds came down out of the mountains on horseback flopping heads off the extremists. But my concern is what will happen here.

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                                                                                          Marilyn Murphy Miller
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                                                                                          Sadly not the first Embassy to come under attack. Lets hope they make new rules where USA have Embassies located, as to the right of protection and use of force with the countries in which they are located.

                                                                                          People fail to understand the logistics of getting help to them fast enough. I know when my son was at some I worried about something like past incidents happening. IMO - Hospitals, Embassy and Places of Worship should be off limits to all and attacking any is an act of war.

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                                                                                              Katiebugz
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                                                                                              Legally speaking it is an attack of war! Can you imagine if we just decided to start droning and bombing embassies what would happen? Exactly what has happened in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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                                                                                                  Marilyn Murphy Miller
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                                                                                                  Yup....It maybe somewhat legal but to many gray areas and to much red tape as to when you can engage. Plus once it is over...investigations start so everyone remains cautious. Not to say we should just jump in feet first. Benghazi is a prime example to learn from and that has people still yapping on both side of the parties. It was a mess and people did not know exactly what was happening and exactly who was behind the attack until it was to late to react. Planes could have been sent and we did have a few US military close but not close enough. By the time the planes could have arrived, sadly the damage would have already happened

                                                                                                  I just want the USA out of the ME period. We can send in humanitarian relief but to try and continue to train foreign troops needs to end. We have been at it long enough and if they are not trained by now ...well !?!... also if the foreign trained military want to run instead of stand and fight we did not accomplish much in the way of training.

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                                                                                                          Really, we are fixing to give Iran 150B$ and nuke capabilities and that is definitely related to Obama.Do you think they love us? As they shout death America?

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                                                                                                              I realize it's their money, but here's how the government works, their president is a figure head, the real power is dictated by the omans and mullahs. That is why they still shout death to America, all they know is what is spewed in the mosques, they have been shut out and most are not well educated, so they look to their religious leaders, who have had a totally different agenda for the last 37 years, hence the birth of Hamas and Hezbollah. I just don't trust them, my personal opinion, given their history. I would love a peaceful relationship with them. My daughter could go and see where she was born and where she spent the first 3 years of her life.

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                                                                                                                      Zackary Kershaw
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                                                                                                                      Great point, Zach, I forgot the Shahs' father annihilated Kohmeni's family and exiled what was left to France. Thank you for bringing that up. :))

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