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    "We cannot appease this ideology. We have to confront it at home and abroad," Cameron said.

    {Nice to know someone is finally waking up.....}
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    Confront at home yes. No no no abroad. No more soldiers killed!!!!! America does NOT want it. Maybe the Tea-Party but they are going over there to fight. Cowards.
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    @touch128 I wouldn't mind rounding up the tea party types who want to go to war and sending them there to fight. Could be the best thing thats happened in this country since the tea party was formed...
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    @captivespoon

    Posters Clueless of this sites rules,
    Will always lose these posting duels.

    Make your point polite and clear,
    Or your comments disappear.

    Ignore this advise and you will find
    Accounts suspended after a time.

    So, insult me the best you can,
    but do so an intelligent man.
    Cast insults in political terms,
    Like I make the tea types burn,
    Reminding them at every turn.
    You lost, we won.
    When will you learn...

    Remember sgt shultz, knows nuthin, nuthin, nuthin.
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    Oh he is taking the lead allright. With words and ISIS is not afraid of words. I see none of his troops on the ground or plans in the air. Talk is cheap.
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    @LeeR Oh then what are those F-18's flying around doing. Another brainless statement. That is why the right wing NEVER win a debate. You have people like Bachmann and Palin do your talking. They are laughing stocks.
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    @touch128 Are there F-18's flying around your house...sounds about what Obummer would do. Watch you. LOL
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    That's what real leaders like him and Netanyahu do...protect your country instead of letting Muslim Terrorists in the front door.
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    I agree with you, but let's not forget that terrorists and islamic ideologies already exists around us in every western nation. We have sent soldiers overseas to fight the moon cult and the moon cultists, but back home there are moon cultists who have terror in their minds and others who preach and promote "cultural jihad"..having islam infiltrate western legal, political and educational systems. One wants islam spread through violence, the other has another way.
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    Not yet until we know who the bankers and supporters behind the curtain are it is not worth doing. The "shadows"are the ones controlling the action. If anything major is done then it will come back wiser and stronger if the brains and money are not dealt with first.
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    Wouldn't it be nice if Obama would recognize it? He had no plan of action. Maybe he'll catch what the prime minister said since it was on the news.
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    oh... and are you privy to what mr. obama thinks, plans and does? do you honestly believe that he should share his deepest secrets with you, too? christ... you can't even leave the guy in peace to dress the way he chooses and you have the gall to think that he'd trust you with any information?
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    ISIS in this stage is no problem for the US it is for the Euro as they allowed millions to invade their countries and then figured out these would not assimilate. Then the Muslims want the Europeans to live the Muslim lifestyle. but the powerful ignored it . People were afraid of the racism charge.
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/terror...
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    The British have that "stiff upfront lip" thing working for them. They know what it's like to be attacked on their home front. True, we have Pearl Harbor and the Twin Towers. But we have never had our major cities bombarded night after night. We can't handle the bad news of eminant attacks like the Brits. The news has to be Broken to us gently and given time to sink in. And then when it actually happens we with shock, disbelief and resolve, rise to the occasion.
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    We'll let me break it to you....WWIII is breaking out all over and the American media wants to spike the story and save it for sweeps week.
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    @ctc
    I don't think the PC people see it coming at all. I don't think we are even allowed to call it WWIII anymore.
    It will be called, "The Philosophical Difference Disagreement: The War Where People Decided To Fight Because Someone Lost Their Head"
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    @Keyjo
    There are 2 key differences between Britain and the U.S. that make them more vulnerable. First, the percentage of Muslims in Britain is higher than in the U.S. Second, there are an estimated 10 times more Brits (500?) fighting alongside ISIS than Americans (50?). Indeed, both countries have reason to fear.
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    I do like the steps PM Cameron is taking by arresting radicals inciting jihad, waiving or hanging ISIS flag, joining radical groups outside England, etc.......are stripped of their citizenship. I wish our country would do the same, but, I might be wrong, we can't do the same due to our laws. We live in an age of ideological radicalism inciting death and our laws need to change with the times. Anybody in our country inciting Jihad or any ideological radicalism inciting harm should be arrested, stripped of US citizenship and charged with treason. Anybody holding a green card or whatever card to be in the US.............is an automatic arrest and deportation.
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    Treason and sedition are not new concepts the old law , say English common law , has had this concept for centuries, it must be implemented to be useful , Uk has the cojones, and knows propaganda does work , as does sable rattling, a small nation learns this as many times war visits the land.
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    heck we bring in so may people we have no idea who is who and why they came. if you do not want problems in your country you fully check all before letting them in. here in the USA the gov dumps millions on us and have no clue who they are,to make matters worst we end up supporting them. when you import poverty and from from countries known for this type of thing you beg for attacks.
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    I agree with you. Read my reply. If enough people think as everyone on this site does so far, maybe something can be done, but I doubt it.
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    @tomincali As a former journalist, I have always spoke my mind but in a nice way. At 78, I could care less and the day I will be afraid will be a cold day in hell. I do not think it so much fear as apathy and the dumbing down of the younger generations. Do not forget greed.
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    We could not do as PM Cameron did. We are to civilized. When will this country wake up and realize that you have to fight fire with fire. We were all outraged at a few waterboardings but not care when hundreds of people are killed in Iraq and Syria. We are fools to think we are safe in our American bastion. I would not be surprised if ISIL operatives were not here already. Obama will never really do anything. I agree with ashum99ss. If we do not wake up and stop being isolationist 9-11 will look like child's play. The PM of GB and Israel know what to do. All we do is hang out the welcome mat. If we go Obama's way it will be a total disaster. Yes, close the borders, yank passports, raise the alarm. Wake up America.
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    You know the depressing part about this is when a terror attack happens on us soil, the law abiding innocent citizens will be the ones to lose more of their freedom to a government who refused to the be proactive.
    The illegal aliens and terrorists will carry on as usual.
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    @HawkTheSlayer How true. We the people are nothing but a flock of sheep being led to the slaughter while our "government" does nothing except line their own pockets. We need a Netanyahu except we are to civilised. What we really need is an FDR or HST and a news that do not self-promote and use restraint. As a journalist for more than fifty years I believe I know how reporters are supposed to be. The reporting of news today is appalling.
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    @dearcat
    I would not even call it news.
    If you've been here long enough, you've seen me threaten more than once to dig Reagan and Cronkite up.
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    @HawkTheSlayer "the law abiding innocent citizens will be the ones to lose more of their freedom" Maybe that's the plan . It wouldn't be the first time most likely will not be the last .
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    Every Liberal twit here still apologizing for our "Fearless Leader" should have watched the Cameron speech.

    BTW, Cameron is not well polled in his UK constituency either, but he is saying (and apparently DOING) what any non braindead American would hope OUR President would say and do.

    Obi leads from behind, can't make a decision, and hopes to Girl Scout cookie those butchers into changing their ways. He refuses to admit he is ever wrong, and is incapable of understanding that savages do not see the world as he and his Leftist buddies see it.

    We will survive despite the unbelievable hole he has dug us into both domestically and internationally. But how any of you can still excuse his arrogance, incompetence and ignorance is postively mind boggling.
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    Blame both parties who fight each other so much that they are so into the big rich campaign donors that the American people do not matter. Cheap labor is what they want bigger profits and when the going gets tough then they will jump ship. leaving the rest of us mired in illegals.
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    @BillH Sure it's the truth he sure says it enough . "I heard it on the news like everybody else" . Two more years .
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    Absolutely an incredible threat and I am alarmed about it, but then I don't play golf and go on vacations.
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    It seems that Obama doesn't think the same way as he has " NO STRATEGY " to fight them and now they know it as well. I think Obama should get off of his dead lazy A--, and get something done instead of going on vacation or doing fund raising tours.
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    The Brits wake up to the evil of PCism and multiculturalism. They might wake up to the fact they brought this upon themselves by embracing these ideologies. Muslim culture outside of the very wealthy upper classes in very different than the common person's culture and traditions.
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    @CVX
    Yeah CVX -- but their culture and their belief system is not in any way compatible with ours. One will ultimately prevail and we'd better be about making certain its not theirs. They must be defeated NOW or we will pay an extremely heavy price to defeat them in the future. At least that what Obama's Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff seems to think. And yet, Obama's been fund raising and playing golf so he has no strategy to deal with ISIS.
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    @richstacy
    Wrong. In this type of warfare they can only be trained and delayed. To destroy them is a political and military action. The price to annoy them now will be substantially higher and longer . Waiting until the stupidity of Europe's policies become clear is far better.
    So this would be a police action which is doomed from the start. Waiting until all the actors are out would allow a better understanding of how serious this is. But too many are scared of being called racist etc.
    ISIS has the tacit approval of the populace because in reality it does not bother them. The populace is so very poor that it is not the same as an industrialized country. They have no industry. No conventional forces. The invasion of Europe has already begun. There are major Moslem populations in many of the European countries. So they do not need the equipment that would have been necessary otherwise. The ideology of multiculturalism has created dual nations where assimilation was bypassed for divided countries. In Europe that is causing trouble but until recently no one would dare say so because the charge of racism would be leveled.
    http://www.smh.com.au/world/rotherham-child-a...

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/u-k-child-abuse-...

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/eur...
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    @CVX What did I say that was "wrong?" Who "...can only be trained and delayed?" What exactly are you talking about? I'm talking about ISIS -- that is after all, the subject here.

    You say, "ISIS has the tacit approval of the populace because in reality it does not bother them." what "populace?" surely not the populace of Syria and Iraq that is being systematically murdered by the ISIS barbarians.

    The PM of UK is dealing with them, or at least he has a plan and an appreciation of the danger, while Obama dithers, plays golf and raises funds for Democrats.
    I repeat. Their culture and their belief system is not in any way compatible with ours. One will ultimately prevail and we'd better be about making certain its not theirs. They must be defeated NOW or we will pay an extremely heavy price to defeat them in the future.
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    @richstacy
    Clearly the news media is influenced you. What do you know about the Arab culture? The populace is not being slaughtered only minorities who are enemies in tradition. These are in many cases tribal societies. Seeing a rival destroyed is in most cases a economic plus.
    Politically the West and the US is not ready for wars of extermination. The US is still guilty over the Indian wars. We are not ready for another hard war to the knife and the knife to the hilt.
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    Our White House Administration is missing in action! They are living in denial or truly do not like our US Constitution To protect the citizens of this Great Country.
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    @tribeca_alex another tidbit about france (just got back from over there so i'm still all wound up) pres. hollande with his country's socialist economy in the bidet, has said he wants to end homework for all students because of the inequality...some students have an unfair ? advantage because they have parents who have the 'energy' to help them with their homework while others do not.!!!!????? aaahhhhaaaarrrrrgggggag. these were discussions around the cafe's of paris, the left do not think hollande is left enough! should they continue to give arms to russia? should they get rid of parliament (that has little power anyway) germany is too right, and of course the tell all book his ex lover has written about their life together. vive la france.
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    @tribeca_alex oh ok one more thing & then i'm going to sleep......mohammed is now the most popular baby name in england! cheers!
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