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The Beast is Steve Bannon.

Steve Bannon Played Trump, Now Trump Is Struggling For Legitimacy

Every single person is different, there were Germans who hated Hitler, there are Syrians who hate Bashar al-Assad  the one reason 26 million Syrians are refugees and we did not look at the terrible war but the sickness that rose from it Al-Qaeda who were the be all and end all of EVIL.Bashar_al-Assad_in_Russia_(2015-10-21)_08

Would you want to leave the home you love and travel through hell to find safety? NO and not everyone is an evil but Steve Bannon loves a fight he loves to stir things up and the delight in his life is to throw the mud and brainwash those who are uneducated, scared and poor and believe every single word Trump and Bannon, history will see what happens but if you need a doctor in the USA will have emigrated and may be a Muslim.

Steve Bannon  In order to make up a story you have make up an enemy and Bannon hated all Muslims.

Trump’s entire speech to Muslim world

For some reason the above links would not show on You-tube so I did it this way.
Please understand that our culture is not the Saudi Arabian culture and they think that they are supreme in the world having lived in a YWCA in the UK when I was in my 20’s what amazed me was we were all treated as servants no matter what country we came from all we did was shake our heads and move on, there was one who was kind but she had been educated in London England.

Opinion writer May 25

This week’s bombing in Manchester, England, was another gruesome reminder that the threat from radical Islamist terrorism is ongoing. And President Trump’s journey to the Middle East illustrated yet again how the country central to the spread of this terrorism, Saudi Arabia, has managed to evade and deflect any responsibility for it. In fact, Trump has given Saudi Arabia a free pass and a free hand in the region.

Opinion writer May 25

This week’s bombing in Manchester, England, was another gruesome reminder that the threat from radical Islamist terrorism is ongoing. And President Trump’s journey to the Middle East illustrated yet again how the country central to the spread of this terrorism, Saudi Arabia, has managed to evade and deflect any responsibility for it. In fact, Trump has given Saudi Arabia a free pass and a free hand in the region.

The facts are well-known. For five decades, Saudi Arabia has spread its narrow, puritanical and intolerant version of Islam — originally practiced almost nowhere else — across the Muslim world. Osama bin Laden was Saudi, as were 15 of the 19 9/11 terrorists.

And we know, via a leaked email from former secretary of state Hillary Clinton, in recent years the Saudi government, along with Qatar, has been “providing clandestine financial and logistic support to [the Islamic State] and other radical Sunni groups in the region.” Saudi nationals make up the second-largest group of foreign fighters in the Islamic State and, by some accounts, the largest in the terrorist group’s Iraqi operations. The kingdom is in a tacit alliance with al-Qaeda in Yemen.

The Islamic State draws its beliefs from Saudi Arabia’s Wahhabi version of Islam. As the former imam of the kingdom’s Grand Mosque said last year, the Islamic State “exploited our own principles, that can be found in our books. . . . We follow the same thought but apply it in a refined way.” Until the Islamic State could write its own textbooks for its schools, it adopted the Saudi curriculum as its own.

Saudi money is now transforming European Islam. Leaked German intelligence reports show that charities “closely connected with government offices” of Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Kuwait are funding mosques, schools and imams to disseminate a fundamentalist, intolerant version of Islam throughout Germany.

In Kosovo, the New York Times’ Carlotta Gall describes the process by which a 500-year-old tradition of moderate Islam is being destroyed. “From their bases, the Saudi-trained imams propagated Wahhabism’s tenets: the supremacy of Shariah law as well as ideas of violent jihad and takfirism, which authorizes the killing of Muslims considered heretics for not following its interpretation of Islam. . . . Charitable assistance often had conditions attached. Families were given monthly stipends on the condition that they attended sermons in the mosque and that women and girls wore the veil.”

Saudi Arabia’s government has begun to slow many of its most egregious practices. It is now being run, de facto, by a young, intelligent reformer, Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who appears to be refreshingly pragmatic, in the style of Dubai’s visionary leader, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum. But so far the Saudi reforms have mostly translated into better economic policy for the kingdom, not a break with its powerful religious establishment.

The United States has now signed up for Saudi Arabia’s foreign policy — a relentless series of battles against Shiites and their allies throughout the Middle East. That will enmesh Washington in a never-ending sectarian struggle, fuel regional instability and complicate its ties with countries such as Iraq that want good relations with both sides. But most important, it will do nothing to address the direct and ongoing threat to Americans — jihadist terrorism. I thought that Trump’s foreign policy was going to put America first, not Saudi Arabia.

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There are some of us that talk and do nothing, some of us that want to do something and write about it and some of us who do not care. I care. Trump is sick. His father had dementia.

Adnan Khashoggi (Arabic: عدنان خاشقجي‎‎, Turkish: Adnan Kaşıkçı; 25 July 1935 – 6 June 2017) was a Saudi Arabian billionaire international businessman, best known for his involvement in arms dealing. He is estimated to have had a peak net worth of around US$4 billion in the early 1980s.

Khashoggi was born in Mecca, the son of Muhammad Khashoggi, who was King Abdul Aziz Al Saud’s personal doctor. His family is of Turkish origin. Adnan Khashoggi’s sister was author Samira Khashoggi Fayed who married businessman Mohamed Al-Fayed and was the mother of Dodi Fayed. Another sister, Soheir Khashoggi, is a well-known Arab writer (Mirage, Nadia’s Song, Mosaic).

Khashoggi was educated at Victoria College in Alexandria, Egypt, and the American universities California State University, Chico, Ohio State, and Stanford. Khashoggi left his studies in order to seek his fortune in business.

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What ever we do it will be wrong.

Twenty years ago my husband worked in Syria on the oil rigs. We were talking and he told me that the people who worked with him told him to be careful when you go out alone never eye the woman as they will kill you as their culture and mentality is a thousand years behind and has never changed even though they have guns, electricity, and the products of our world their culture does now allow for change of any kind and that probably shows us why Assad kills his own people who are more enlightened and want to change.

In Libya he told me about the huge food stores with a whole aisle of ketchup and nothing else and other items were the same a whole aisle full of tinned coffee.

The Americans always got top dollar over all the other countries even Canada when it came to wages. So you can see why those from the country you were working in were ticked off.

The ISIS mentality does not have what we call empathy, women seem like their harvest for babies, and love well I don’t know. I can’t believe they do not love.  Mohammed loved his wife very much and she was a business woman and older so what the heck they are playing at using his name to fight a war is repulsive because they make up a religion casting a bad light on those who are good Muslims.

Our greed has put us in situations we should not have been in or in countries we never should have never gone to and once we have been used and we have used them then the trouble begins.

An Afghanistan family moved in over the road and we waved to them and they waved back and invited us in for tea. No one could speak English but we managed and the family was really lovely. As time went by they started to wear our clothes and when it was their feast days they would bring food over for us to eat. I smiled when I saw the mum in white short heels and nice dress and handbag as they set off for Heritage Days, a yearly weekend where all the countries get together here in Edmonton Canada and celebrate with food and dancing from each of the 190 countries. All the costumes music and food makes you feel proud of your country Canada.

My friends in the photo come from eleven different countries over fifty years.

Assad.

A chemical weapons attack on children die at his hands, he killed dozens of people on Tuesday, leaving residents gasping for breath and convulsing in the streets and overcrowded hospitals.

Who cares? If this man had died six years ago be would not have worldwide refugees. Assad blames ISIS and yes they have been fighting in Syria but they crept in when the dictator turned on his own people. Evil is this serpent.