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November 15, 2015



Safety does not lie in places, but in policy. The policies - military, social, political, but fundamentally economic - have bestowed power on what would otherwise be a fringe group of fanatics without enough support among the general populace to recruit, train and finance such operations and to maintain anonymity to avoid detection.

Sadly, the consequences of the decisions by world 'leaders' falls on those who have no say in the decisions. Another example of "rich man's war, poor man's fight".


Great Article Justin. If you need a sofa for a weekend in the south of France, just to get out of the city, let me know. I am an acquaintance of your Dad. Thanks for this.

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