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Saturday, February 21, 2015

Our Greatest Threats are Not Right-Wing Extremists or Climate Change

ISIS is expanding in the Middle East.  Their immediate goal of conquering Libya is to utilize it as a gateway for an imminent invasion of southern Europe. Boko Haram’s acts of terrorism are expanding exponentially in Africa. Sunni countries are warning that if negotiations with Iran allow them to keep their nuclear-producing technologies, there will be an arms race between the Shiite and Sunni nations.

North Korea’s volatile leader paid a visit to a location near the border of South Korea to observe North Korean military drills – a week ahead of joint exercises between the U.S. and South Korea. Kim Jong-un regards the military exercises between the U,S. and South Korea as preparation for an “invasion” of the north.

Russia has violated their cease fire with Ukraine, and Nato’s deputy supreme allied commander in Europe is concerned that Vladmir Putin may try to invade and seize Nato territory. Britain’s top general in Nato has also said that this poses “an existential threat to our whole being.”

I do not think that right-wing “extremists” or global warming are today’s greatest threats to mankind. Would someone kindly inform our fearless leader?

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