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(London) LYDIA WILSON tells Goharrison from her article, “What I Discovered From Interviewing Imprisoned ISIS Fighters”....

“To cause as much terror on the streets as you can, to attack tourist destinations so that security is strengthened in those places, and it costs the unbelieving nations more money. And one is to drag us into a war, to drag our forces into wars that we cannot win, and -- as they see it -- and also that we will spend an awful lot of our money and power fighting.”

Of the fighters she interviewed, Wilson said they had “very low education rates -- one was illiterate entirely -- and big families and often unemployed. So, ISIS was not only offering them a chance to fight for their Sunni identity, but they were offering them money. They were being paid to be foot soldiers. And, I mean, one of them was the eldest of 17 siblings. ...”

In her article, Wilson writes: “’The Americans came,’ he said. ‘They took away Saddam, but they also took away our security. I didn’t like Saddam, we were starving then, but at least we didn’t have war. When you came here, the civil war started.’ ...

“These boys came of age under the disastrous American occupation after 2003, in the chaotic and violent Arab part of Iraq, ruled by the viciously sectarian Shia government of Nouri al-Maliki. Growing up Sunni Arab was no fun. A later interviewee described his life growing up under American occupation: He couldn’t go out, he didn’t have a life, and he specifically mentioned that he didn’t have girlfriends. An Islamic State fighter’s biggest resentment was the lack of an adolescence. Another of the interviewees was displaced at the critical age of 13, when his family fled to Kirkuk from Diyala province at the height of Iraq’s sectarian civil war.

“They are children of the occupation, many with missing fathers at crucial periods (through jail, death from execution, or fighting in the insurgency), filled with rage against America and their own government....
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To all my Facebook friends: Facebook inadvertently deleted thousands of my friends or it is the result of a happy hacker. . It may look like I have somehow purposely unfriended you, but I assure you that is absolutely not the case. They have their engineers tracking and restoring everybody back to her natural habitat. Thank you for your understanding! ... See MoreSee Less

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At the Democratic Party debate on Saturday night, Sen. Bernie Sanders was asked: “You said you want to rid the planet of ISIS. In the previous debate you said the greatest threat to national security is climate change. Do you still believe that?”

“’Absolutely,’ Sen. Sanders replied. ‘Climate change is directly related to the growth of terrorism and if we do not get our act together and listen to what the scientists say, you’re going to see countries all over the world, this is what the CIA says, they’re going to be struggling over limited amounts of water, limited amounts of land to grow their crops and you’re going to see all kinds of international conflict. ...” [video]

EcoWatch reports: “Climate change will take center stage in Paris at the COP21 climate talks from Nov. 30 – Dec. 11.” See for upcoming events.

See new piece in TIME magazine: “Drought in Syria Has Contributed to Instability,” which states that while Sanders’ “plea attracted ridicule across the political spectrum, many academics and national security experts agree that climate change contributes to an uncertain world where terrorism can thrive. ... A 2014 Department of Defense report identifies climate change as the root of government instability that leads to widespread migration, damages infrastructure and leads to the spread of disease. ‘These gaps in governance can create an avenue for extremist ideologies and conditions that foster terrorism,’ the report says.”
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VIJAY PRASHAD, professor of international studies at Trinity College in Connecticut, tells #GOHARRISON via Twitter:

“Six terror lessons for [French President] Hollande,” which are being widely distributed on social media in graphic form:

“1. Grieve for those who have been killed. #terrorlessons no. 1.
2. Find out who did the killing through a forensic police inquiry. Bring them to justice. #terrorlessons no. 2.
3. Try to get to the root of the issue, to what provoked the inhumanity. #terrorlessons no. 3.
4. Erase the conditions of provocation. #terrorlessons no. 4.
5. Do not replicate provocation. #terrorlessons no. 5.
6. If you replicate the provocation (The Bush Strategy), the cycle of violence shall continue. #terrorlessons no. 6.”
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US Gov decides to stop monitoring background radiation levels.

Veteran reporter G. Edward Griffin tells Goharrison: “This is outrageous in the face of reports of radiation pollution from Fukushima showing up along the West coast of North America and penetrating even to the northern Atlantic states and Canada.”

Southern California: The US government allowed radiation from a damaged reactor to be released into the air over the San Fernando Valley and Simi Valley in the wake of a nuclear meltdown 56 years ago. Former employees at the facility say they were ordered to release tainted gas into the air from three different reactors and to dispose of toxic waste in burn pits. The radioactive waste is still making people sick who live near the site. NBC 2015 Sep 22.

A study by the World Health Organization says that long-term exposure to radiation, even at low levels, can dramatically increase the risk of dying from cancer. Following the initial discovery of a nuclear-waste site near a landfill fire in St. Louis, 24 additional contaminated sites have been identified across ten states in the northeastern US. CBS News 2015 Oct 22

Missouri: A fire that has been smoldering for five years under an EPA-superfund landfill in St. Louis now is threatening a large deposit of nuclear-weapons waste less than a quarter of a mile away. This is where the federal government secretly buried the uranium-processing waste from the Manhattan Project. Because it was a national secret, homeowners in the area were not told. The EPA is downplaying the proximity of the fire and the risk of radiation. InfoWars 2015 Oct 21
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Homeland security spends millions to arrest non-white hookers.
ATLANTA – U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) Air and Marine Operations (AMO) concluded its involvement on Thursday in Operation Safe Haven, a multi-agency enforcement operation, which led to the arrest of 29 people in 13 cities across eight states. The focus of this investigation was an organization that coordinated the movement of Hispanic females throughout the southeastern United States for sexual purposes.

“This operation not only focused on arresting the criminals, but also on rescuing the victims involved,” said Jesse Wozniak, Deputy Director of AMO’s Southeast Region.
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