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November 22, 2015 - Last week's attacks in Paris, France by ISIS murderers has tipped off another round of debates in politics worldwide. In the U.S., calls by professional politicians for "boots on the ground" have been heard more readily. However, questions remain. How did we get to this point? What is this conflict about? Are these refugees or is this a forced immigration march?

Following the 9/11 attacks the U.S. sent troops to Afghanistan in 'pursuit' of Osama Bin Laden, the mastermind of the attacks. Meanwhile the U.S. administration began seeking links available to give cause to invade Iraq. After finding cause and invading both countries, the governments of both Iraq and Afghanistan were replaced with local leaders from the region who were friendly to U.S. interests. Mainly the leadership that was installed, such as Karzi of Afghanistan, had ties to oil interests. Also, Iraq and Afghanistan, which had previously blocked oil pipelines, were then favorable to the expansion of the pipelines across their nations.

In 2012, articles began circulating about huge natural gas deposits in the Middle East that could be piped into Europe. At that time, Syrian leaders would not agree to allow the pipeline to cross their nation, sparking calls for military action for force leadership change in Syria for the interests of the natural gas. Calls began ringing out by politicians in the U.S. to oust Bashar Al-Assad and talks began with 'rebel' factions, later reportedly having ties to groups implicated in the 9/11 attacks.

In the past few years violence has grown in the middle east as militant muslims began work to overthrow the Syrian government, promising to allow the pipeline if successful in Assad's ouster. In addition, a huge march made up mostly of young muslim men began moving toward Europe, bringing into mind the term Fatah (infiltration). The object of Fatah is, if you cannot overtake a country militarily, immigrate, recruit from within, overtake the culture and install islam.

News reports of the immigration march typically show young, muslim men in their 20's and 30's. But where are the sickly, elderly, and hundreds-of-thousands of Christians who have ben fleeing for their lives, as muslim radicals have beheaded those professing faith in Jesus Christ? Calls for screening out muslims has been thwarted by Republican leaders, as House Leader Paul Ryan has sternly denied that screening against muslim “refugees” that will be brought to the United States.

Following the Paris attacks, presidential candidate and successful businessman Donald Trump stated that we “need another president fast.” Reports of radical muslims working to cross the border from Mexico to the United States have proven Trump’s call for strong security at the border. Professional, partisan candidates of both Republican and Democrat parties do not wish to build a wall to strengthen security. However, ISIS radicals have been found travelling from Europe to South America, seeking to smuggle into the United States, leaving other presidential hopefuls scrambling for words to cover their tracks of being against southern border security.


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