Is Trump Being Pushed Toward War?
With England voting to leave the EU and France and Italy openly speaking of referendum for the same. It appears to be the time to expect the Globalist to hit someplace with the biggest and most horrible "Islamic Terrorists" attack the world has ever seen…as if the "Islamic Terrorists" wanted us all unified against them for some reason…?
"Islamic Terrorism" in quotations. However, it does exist to the degree that agents of the World Government have created, trained, and financed it. NATO is one of their pieces on the board; as is the UN, and the member nations in their false banker debt. I doubt that any of us anywhere will be free until we end fiat currency, fractional reserve banking, and the control of national currencies worldwide by the web of privately owned banking corporations.
President Trump's temporary ban on immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries has been criticized as being un American. One of the people who is detained over the weekend was afive-year-old who is detained for hours separated from his mother whose from Iran. But the ban is also having aneffect on American military strategy in the Middle East. Instead of protecting the US, Republican Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham are warning that the ban could be a self-inflicted wound in the fight against terrorism. It was obviously rushed out but no effort was really made to consider what the strategic impact was in any of these seven countries.
This is Tony Cordesman. He writes and advises on military policy not immigration.But Cordesman sees Trump'sexecutive order as more than an immigration policy. It already has had a major effect on 0:56 ISIS propaganda. They picked up on it immediately. Already some jihadist groups are claiming victory over the executive order. Saying that the policy proves the United States is at war with Islam. They're calling President Trump's action the "Blessed ban". The policy plays perfectly into ISIS's most vital narrative, that the West persecutes Muslims and that is a holy duty to fight back. That message carries even more weight when paired with the fact that Trump has explicitly tailored the ban to make it easier for Christians to immigrate to the US.
As it related to persecuted Christians do you see them as kind of a priority here? Yes. You do? Yes The ban is also rattling relationships with key partners in the Middle East and around the world It tends to alienate Muslims even if they're not in the seven countries and people outside those countries now have no idea of what's going to happen. Most of the world's Muslims are not in the Middle East. A substantial number are in Africa. But others are strategic partners in Asia, Indonesia. India is a country that has very large number of Muslims. Iraq is one strategic partner that is bearing most of the burden in the fight against ISIS. And has lost thousands of soldiers along the way. It's a country that the US needs on its side. But Iraq is one of the countries included in the ban and they're not happy. It's humiliating, its like spitting in the face of Iraqis. When you are essentially fighting side-by-side with Iraqi troops to ban all entry from Iraq. Made no real sense at all was an almost perfect way of alienating a partner. In three other banned countries, Libya, Somalia, and Yemen the US has a small military presence to monitor terror groups and conduct counter-terror operations. And the impact the message you are sending all of these countries is that regardless of who they are, how much they cooperate with the United States, They're going to be excluded.
The US also counts on a broader coalition of security allies for intelligence sharing and other counterterrorism operations. Every one of these countries are Muslim-majority nations and many have spoken out against the ban. And we heard from Pakistan Foreign Minister the move will not affect terrorists however it will increase the miseries of the victims of terrorism. So in many ways you've taken a threat which gets an immense amount of media attention but actually produces almost no casualties. And you've used it in ways which threaten our strategic partnerships and military relations with critical largely Muslim states roughly from Morocco to Malaysia.The hasty release of the executive order is also creating rifts within Trump days old national security team.
There is a secretary of defense has a great deal of competence in this area and is focused on the far broader issues of security. Particularly in the countries that were named and he was not consulted. Secretary Mattis reportedly saw a draft of the executive order just hours before it was signed. Trump gave him no input. This may be because six months earlier Mattis said publicly that a Muslim immigration ban would quote, "send shockwaves through the entire international system." And he was right. Trump's ban didn't just affect the people immigrating to the United States from seven Muslim-majority countries. It is having a much broader negative effect on the security partnerships that the US depends on in the Middle East and Asia. A network of relationships that is not easily repaired.
Terror experts are warning of Islamic terrorists planning major attacks in both Europe and the United States. According to one report:
“The last two years have seen a number of jihadist attacks, several of which have caused mass casualties. The scale of this threat has been widely acknowledged in Europe, triggering an intensified cooperation between police and security services across the continent leading to an increase of arrests and plots foiled before terror attacks could be carried out,” Europol’s Director Rob Wainwright said in a statement released on Friday.
He added that cooperation and exchange of data between Europe’s relevant services is vital when it comes to mitigating the threats posed by the Islamic radicals.
Europol listed a series of key points about the IS threat in Europe, and warned that potential attacks might come both by lone actors and from groups. It added that all EU member states that assist the U.S.-led coalition against IS in Iraq and Syria could be targeted, and said the terrorists might use car bombs, extortion and kidnappings.
The report noted that IS isn’t specifically interested in targeting infrastructure, such as power grids and nuclear facilities, but in attacking “soft targets” where security is not very high.
What is more, Europol alerted citizens to the fact that IS isn’t the only terror group with the intent and ability to attack nations in the West, and said that al-Qaeda and al-Nusra affiliated or inspired groups and individuals are also a threat.
“We have to be vigilant, since the threat posed by the so-called Islamic State and returning foreign fighters is likely to persist in the coming years. These people are trained to use explosives and firearms and they have been indoctrinated by the jihadist ideology,” added Gilles de Kerchove, EU Counter-Terrorism Coordinator.
“An effective response requires a comprehensive approach and long term commitment. Of course, the primary responsibility in the fight against terrorism lies with the member states. However, the EU and its agencies such as Europol can and should play a supportive role that helps respond to the cross-border nature of the threat.”
The European police agency’s warning comes less that two weeks after the U.S. State Department issued its own alert, reporting that there is “credible information” that IS is planning attacks in Europe during the Christmas season.
The alert stated that terror groups are specifically looking to target the upcoming holiday season and associated events.
“U.S. citizens should also be alert to the possibility that extremist sympathizers or self-radicalized extremists may conduct attacks during this period with little or no warning. Terrorists may employ a wide variety of tactics, using both conventional and non-conventional weapons and targeting both official and private interests,” the State Department warned.
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– How to identify prophesies coded in the visions of four men whom God revealed information about the latter days to.
– How to survive each day with little necessities of life like little food, no technology as there will be no electricity, and sometimes poor housing.
– How to preserve medication and food at home without chemical preservatives or a refrigerator.
– How to identify biological weapons and chemicals thrown your way, understanding how they affect your body and what to do about it and also how to avoid it and stay safe.
– How to make protective clothing to shield you against chemical weaponry using simple household items. This covers you when an attack is imminent and you do not have the necessary gear or did not have time to buy required gear.
– How to craft a plan to survive even when times become challenging. Here, Cain explains simple military science to help you survive at home. You will need to use simple equipment and substances available at home.
– How to distinguish clean water and food from ones that have been contaminated after an attack. This keeps the family safe and free of diseases that may be caused by contaminated food or water.
– Besides teaching people how to survive when the latter days comes, individuals can use the eBook as a handbook for survival during war times.
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