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Why is the ISIL/IS not recognized as a state? Why do we call them Terrorists?
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Posted 11/28/14

morechunch wrote:

Shifting, what about Mexico? Drug cartels are corrupting the government of a shared border, but it makes more sense to fight in the middle east? If America was actually so concerned as its citizens claim to be about border security and global civil liberty, we wouldn't be looking to the middle east first.


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Posted 11/28/14 , edited 11/28/14

morechunch wrote:

Shifting, what about Mexico? Drug cartels are corrupting the government of a shared border, but it makes more sense to fight in the middle east? If America was actually so concerned as its citizens claim to be about border security and global civil liberty, we wouldn't be looking to the middle east first.


Sadly, there is no oil or important resources for them in Mexico...the only thing they gain from Mexico is the sale of guns and drugs.http://www.cnn.com/2011/US/06/14/mexico.guns/

Mexico's government is corrupted and the country is ruled by drug dealers, the people who open their mouths are killed like the 43 students who disappeared and are most likely dead...sadly, yesterday I found out that 30 high school kids were kidnapped recently in the same town. Some say it was the police (of course) because they were using masks and driving in police cars.

Not only in Mexico but North Korea(search for Kim Jong Un's story), Thailand, Venezuela, Hong Kong, Brazil, Nigeria...but why only help the middle east? ISIS even started killing the Americans because of America's fault! (they were demanding them to leave them alone) of course it makes more sense to help Mexico since it is next to us and America can't help the whole world but has Obama tried to do something about the corrupted government in Mexico?

They don't even care...





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morechunch wrote:

Shifting, what about Mexico? Drug cartels are corrupting the government of a shared border, but it makes more sense to fight in the middle east? If America was actually so concerned as its citizens claim to be about border security and global civil liberty, we wouldn't be looking to the middle east first.


Sadly, there is no oil or important resources for them in Mexico...the only thing they gain from Mexico is the sale of guns and drugs.http://www.cnn.com/2011/US/06/14/mexico.guns/

Mexico's government is corrupted and the country is ruled by drug dealers, the people who open their mouths are killed like the 43 students who disappeared and are most likely dead...sadly, yesterday I found out that 30 high school kids were kidnapped recently in the same town. Some say it was the police (of course) because they were using masks and driving in police cars.

Not only in Mexico but North Korea(search for Kim Jong Un's story), Thailand, Venezuela, Hong Kong, Brazil, Nigeria...but why only help the middle east? ISIS even started killing the Americans because of America's fault! (they were demanding them to leave them alone) of course it makes more sense to help Mexico since it is next to us and America can't help the whole world but has Obama tried to do something about the corrupted government in Mexico?

They don't even care...







A lot of people don't care, which is why it's important to give these people their options rather than beg them to make their decision. I am not trained to be part of a military or political force, I've been trained to learn and make the best decision I can make. Back to ISIL, I don't believe we should root them out with violence, because I cannot support the collateral damage that inevitably rises in the shadow of violence. As far as influencing the middle east, America has three options that I can see.

First option, maintain our control of their resources, which includes forcibly stomping out military uprisings.

Second option, give up the control of resources, let ISIL and the opposition battle it out themselves violently, and pay whatever price they ask for the resources.

Third option, most difficult, find some common ground with the enemy to not interfere militarily, but financially. Find a way to make it expensive, unprofitable, and unpopular to use force to control the country's politics.

It will take more than a swift intervention. The ongoing civil rights movement in America should be enough to exemplify the amount of time it takes to change a culture. But America has spent a long time learning and should be able to impart wisdom a little bit quicker than it took to acquire it through experience.

Instead we open fire on what we want. Instead we ignore the plight of those who have nothing.

America should send the Statue of Liberty back to France. We earned it once, but we have not protected the title for which it stands.
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http://rt.com/news/209439-afghanistan-taliban-mother-fight/

Instead of making women like her have to pick up the slack I say bring in highly trained people who can attack day and night. Take all the glory and romance out of waging jihad. Kill them in their sleep, while they are taking a shit, while they are praying, while they make their videos. Then bury them like dogs and never even mention it to the press. Let them be forgotten. Bring back the meaning of covert.
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