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Just a quick thought, the event in Paris is not why terrorism is the topic. The events for the last couple of years in Syria is the reason. The events in Paris just put more emphasis on this topic.

How will they approach it? First they'll blame - Russia, Syria, Iran, etc. Then they will pledge money (this money will actually go to politicians), then they may send a few more bombs to Syria to show "they are serious", but by this time next year NOTHING will have changed. IMO

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Just a quick thought, the event in Paris is not why terrorism is the topic. The events for the last couple of years in Syria is the reason. The events in Paris just put more emphasis on this topic.

How will they approach it? First they'll blame - Russia, Syria, Iran, etc. Then they will pledge money (this money will actually go to politicians), then they may send a few more bombs to Syria to show "they are serious", but by this time next year NOTHING will have changed. IMO

 

I'm not so sure. Something's in the air this time. It's antireligious, more than ever before. At least that's what I take from people's responses and facebook posts. Also that's the aftertaste from all these UN meetings. I never heard "Imagine" from John Lennon played over and over again before and after 9/11. Doesn't feel like happenstance.

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I'm not so sure. Something's in the air this time. It's antireligious, more than ever before. At least that's what I take from people's responses and facebook posts. Also that's the aftertaste from all these UN meetings. I never heard "Imagine" from John Lennon played over and over again before and after 9/11. Doesn't feel like happenstance.

Same. There seems to be a real call for death of religion. That without religion the world will be a much better place. Of course it will ( without false religion) and little do they know that Babylon the great will indeed be removed.

Very exciting / scary times

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The presidents of the United States and Russia have agreed on a United Nations role to end the bloodshed in Syria, as the Paris attacks jolted G20 leaders into seeking a united front against Islamic State jihadists.

 

Putting aside significant differences, US president Barack Obama and Russian president Vladimir Putin met on the sidelines of the Group of 20 summit in Turkey on Sunday after the Paris bombing and shooting assaults which killed at least 129 people and sparked global outrage.

 

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-11-16/g20-leaders-vow-renewed-effort-to-eliminate-islamic-state/6943006

 

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The World leaders could unite in conviction to destroy ISIS. If then, they are indeed successful, they could then reason "hey, look how great things are now that we are rid of them!  Let's get rid of ALL religion! Then we will have no more threats of radicalism from ANY religion!!"

 

The leaders would think that they have solved the world's problems by first destroying ISIS.......peace and security......THEN sudden destruction upon BTG.

 

Just my two cents........


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United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has said the world needs a robust response to recent terrorist attacks perpetrated by ISIL.

Addressing a press conference during the G20 Summit in southern Antalya province, Ban reiterated his condolence to Paris victims and called the attacks that left at least 129 people dead as barbaric.

"No country or city was immune from the threat of terrorism. [...] Those who act in the name of religion only damage their own religion," Ban said.

He urged the world leaders to use the G20 meeting as a "rare moment of diplomatic opportunity to end the violence.

"I will stress to world leaders that our response needs to be robust, but always within the rule of law and with respect for human rights. Otherwise, we will only fan the fire we are trying to put out," he said.

 

 

This G20 has a focus point on all subjects but with the fresh disaster they are now pushing the Terrorism ISIL issue to the forefront - because clearly this is effecting greater nations economically and socially. It's not so bad when it's another country not part of the top 20 economic powers.....

 

http://www.worldbulletin.net/todays-news/166374/world-needs-robust-response-to-terrorism-uns-ban


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This G20 has a focus point on all subjects but with the fresh disaster they are now pushing the Terrorism ISIL issue to the forefront - because clearly this is effecting greater nations economically and socially. It's not so bad when it's another country not part of the top 20 economic powers.....

 

http://www.worldbulletin.net/todays-news/166374/world-needs-robust-response-to-terrorism-uns-ban

 

I have see this multiple times in speaches from various countries over the past year.

 

"“We remain united in combatting terrorism. The spread of terrorist organizations and significant rise globally in acts of terrorism directly undermine the maintenance of international peace and security and endangers our ongoing efforts to strengthen the global economy and ensure sustainable growth and development,” the G20 members said in draft statements released on Monday."

 

http://www.newsfultoncounty.com/world/news/1616503-g20-no-economic-progress-without-security

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The World leaders could unite in conviction to destroy ISIS. If then, they are indeed successful, they could then reason "hey, look how great things are now that we are rid of them!  Let's get rid of ALL religion! Then we will have no more threats of radicalism from ANY religion!!"

 

More like : The World leaders could unite in conviction to destroy ISIS. If then, they are indeed successful, they could then reason "hey, look how great things are now that we are rid of them! Now we are in Peace and Security.

Then boom, a new problem arise with religion and they all decide to go for the Harlot.

 

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