Discussion in 'General Global Topics' started by MJB12741, Jan 14, 2013.
Mali?s Sharia Nightmare
Terrorists threatenin' French interests in Africa...
Islamists pose threat to French interests in Africa
14 January 2013 - France's intervention in Mali is driven by the fear of a future threat. But will it increase the danger for Paris in the short term?
US military could be drawn into Mali fight
January 14, 2013 - The U.S. military could be drawn into the intensifying fight in the African country of Mali, the latest overseas hotbed of rising terrorist activity.
I've been following this story. I don't wanna shit on Islam, because there are many, many MANY good Muslims out there. But these Islamic extremists are fuckin animals with death and destruction on their mind
America lends a helping hand to the French...
Obama: US forces supported France in failed rescue mission
1/13/13 - President Obama on Sunday informed Congress that U.S. forces provided "limited technical support" for a French raid in Somalia that unsuccessfully tried to free a French intelligence agent.
U.S. looks to support France's Mali offensive
January 14th, 2013 - The United States military could provide logistical and intelligence support in the French effort against Islamist rebels in Mali, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said Monday.
Mali interim govt raises gold sales tax | Reuters
The separatist rebels
Tuareg rebellion (2012) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Labeling the Tuareg fighters as terrorists or Islamic jihadists provides a smoke screen for repression and an excuse to ignore their claims.
Read more: http://newsrescue.com/mali-land-gold-uranium-prepares-send-ecowas-troops/#ixzz2I27UsSFy
I only have two points to make:
Sometimes it will be important to allow such fanatical Islamic Regime strongholds to remain in place as a reminder to both the believers and non-believers of how, given the possession of control, authority, and governance over others, they become drunk with power and demonstrate the true self-righteous nature of their religious belief in action; barbarous, brutal, cruel, inhuman, and uncivilized - the natural outcome and hallmarks of their religious teachings. It is the model and example, in this simple form - untampered by the western cultures, that should remain for all to see and learn from, now that the example of the Afghan Taliban is no longer.
The US, no matter what atrocities are reported, no matter what political or humanitarian justifications are put forth, should not intervene or interfere in any way. Every single time we do, these lunatic populations that spawn such religious off-shoots, bite the hand that helps them. Mali should be place on the restricted travel list, no Americans should be allow to travel there or be in the country - lest we be entangled to extract them, there should be only the barest of diplomatic relations, and no US business should be allowed to be conducted in the country.
oh gee Mr R isolate them and let them slit each others' throats ---as a kind "BARBARIAN
PRESERVE" ??? how about tours---on monorail set ups------in completely clear plastic,
scimitar proof capsules?
I have no problem with radical Islamists sliting each others throats. Better they just slit their own throats than ours.
irosie91, et al,
I don't mean to sound harsh; but it is their right to self-determination.
(ON A LIGHTER NOTE)
Monorail! Damn good idea. That beats trying to setup a Roman Colosseum! And the fanale should be something like a group of high school girls, caught listening to music and dancing, thrown in a pit of sand spiders. (Last one to be eaten gets a free funeral.) Family of the victims get box seats at half price. For an extra $100, you get a .22 Calibre Rifle with three shots; but you may only wound them in the legs. If you score three hits, you get your own terrorist scarf and dark Sun glasses.
UN runnin' appalling refugee camp in Mauritania...
Mali refugees endure 'appalling' Mauritania camp
12 April 2013 - Thousands of refugees fleeing conflict in Mali are enduring "appalling" conditions in a UN-run camp in Mauritania, a medical charity warns.
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