Not all the media is reporting news as it suits the president. We still have wonderful journalists who are not afraid to report the truth and encourage the caring people of this country to do something about what is going on and let the self-satisfied politicians in Washington Remember where they votes came from and where they won’t go next election. Greta Van Susteren posted this challenge on her Facebook page.
There should be a peaceful MARCH ON WASHINGTON – at least a million needed to get the attention of President Obama and world leaders! After WW2, people said of the execution of Jews, “we didn’t know it was going on.” What is MY generation’s excuse? We know! We even have videos protest washington dc
I just read about the ISIS execution of Ethiopian Christians. These executions are daily. And in ISIS’ barbaric style, ISIS videotaped it and put it on line to show (brag?)
And there is more today: Boko Haram adopts ISIS goal to wipe out Christians
How much more is the world going to tolerate? We need to show our priorities. No nation can do this alone. We need all good people, all good nations.
Like you, I don’t want to see one more Christian executed for his or her faith (or for any other reason or anyone else executed by these terrorists.) These horrible terrorists even execute little girls and boys and babies! How much more is the world going to tolerate? And worse, I fear it happens so often now that people are not shocked and hence not demanding our world leaders to join together and do what it takes to end this genocide.
Many nations (including the USA) are trying to stop ISIS, but trying is not enough — we need success. The fact that we are day after day seeing these videos of executions is proof – we are not succeeding. I know there are many problems here at home in the USA but looking back at my parents’ generation, they never said, in the face of genocide, we are too busy with our problems here. They didn’t turn their backs. They could multi task (handle problems here and overseas), can’t we? That generation did the right thing. We should, too — but it takes world leaders.
The only way to get world leaders’ attention, and this is a world problem, not just a USA problem, is by making a big statement….and frankly, I think people marching on Washington (and other nations’ Capitols) in big numbers would get attention. It has worked before. I don’t know what else to suggest. We need our leaders to know our collective priorities — and stopping this genocide is one of them.
Do you have another idea? If you do, post it here….we need ideas. I don’t pretend to have the answers – I just know we need to do something and it is our leaders who need to lead us and lead the world.
We can’t say “we don’t know or we didn’t know.” We do. We have videos.
PS We Americans do so well when we have a common goal (here pure evil) — we work together and don’t go after each other. smile emoticon VIA
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Democracy and socialism have nothing in common but one word, equality. But notice the difference: while democracy seeks equality in liberty, socialism seeks equality in restraint and servitude.
Alexis de Tocqueville
Socialism and communism fall of their own weight because, as Margaret Thatcher said, you run out of other people’s money. Because socialized medicine never falls of its own weight because you put people on lists, and they die waiting to get the treatment and care. So you don’t go broke.
The function of socialism is to raise suffering to a higher level.
In practice, socialism didn’t work. But socialism could never have worked because it is based on false premises about human psychology and society, and gross ignorance of human economy. David Horowitz
“Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy. Its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery.”
Both Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton support to one extent or the other more socialism in the United States. They are making ‘wonderful’ promises and often point out the success socialism has had in Denmark. Obviously, they are keeping the fact that Denmark is rethinking some aspects of this way of life out of their radar, the following information from a resident of Denmark should make any voter stop to think abut the differences between political promises on the campaign trail and the truth in numbers.