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  1. The Next President of the United States … Welcome Sir or Madame

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    June 4, 2016 by wimvincken

    If we listen to Trump,you might get worried, because he doesn’t sound like a normal Presidential candidate. If you listen to Hillery Clinton, she does exactly sound like one. During the current, ongoing elections, the trash-talk went up and even became popular, and scandal after scandal were announced and broadcasted about both candidates, and the funny thing is … they are still in the race. Both of them are or masochists, fools, idealists, or all of them combined. Who is foolish enough to become the President of the United States?

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  2. Mr. Obama’s immoral passivity outstrips Neville Chamberlain’s historic pacifism, which resulted in the World War II

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    December 8, 2015 by wimvincken

    It’s easy to compare the foreign policies of President Obama with those from Neville Chamberlain in 1939; they are almost the same. The policies of Neville Chamberlain allowed Hitler Germany to start his campaign of terror and led to the Second World War. In that time, Neville Chamberlain was soon replaced by Winston Churchill, avoiding the fall of the United Kingdom. If things will go wrong because of Obama’s foreign policies, is there an American Winston Churchill? In this article, we look into the profiles of those two men: President Obama and Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain.

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  3. Moments leading to WW3

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    December 7, 2015 by wimvincken

    Here follows the moments, which almost could start the third World War. A little history and to show how little things can have large impacts and potentially disasters in making.

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  4. Fight the Evil

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    December 7, 2015 by wimvincken

    If there are lessons to be learned about the second World War, the most important one is the passive behavior of many governments during the rise of fascism and communism. This allowed evil in the form of Nazis to explode straight throughout Europe, Asia and Africa. The costs of this passivity was unprecedented high; sixty million people died, Europe was in ruins and a new and greater evil rose in the form of another evil, Stalin. Now we’ve a new evil, Islamic extremism and they announced to have this all again, only worse. They like to see that you are between those masses of bodies.

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  5. Why President Obama acts like he’s in denial?

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    December 6, 2015 by wimvincken

    The population of the United States must make a decision now. Or it continues with the direction promoted by President Obama – and ultimately and surely – terror will struck the US in a terrible way or the US must force the President to do his job and make proper attempts to protect the US. Never would I have dreamed that an American President allows the US to be attacked constantly without any form of retaliation. And I never have thought that the American people would allow him to do so. Never was there an American President, who acts so unprofessionally, causing so much mayhem, destruction and death all over the world.

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  6. Chamberlain and Obama, Same Minds

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    November 28, 2015 by wimvincken

    For those who don’t know Arthur Neville Chamberlain, he was the conservative British politician, who functioned as Prime Minister right before the second World War broke out. With his passivism, he allowed to let Nazism to grow until it was too late. The particular thing is, that Chamberlain was not without resources and the means of force. Force, which could be used as threat to keep Nazism under control. That threat could be enough to stop the rise of evil. But Chamberlain did not use that very important tool in his diplomatic efforts. The same with Obama, the President of the United States, the leader of the free world, the strongest country in the world. He also refuses to use the most powerful tool in the diplomacy, his very powerful armed forces.

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  7. Ongoing Wars all over the World 2

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    November 1, 2015 by wimvincken

    Map of Middle East with ISIS

    Next to the involvement of the Gulf States in the international coalition fighting ISIS, they are involved also in financing, supporting and training various Islamic extremist groups.

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  8. Ongoing Wars all over the World 1

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    November 1, 2015 by wimvincken

    This article will describe the ongoing wars currently being fought from 2010 until now. It’s a threat to the world peace and everyone on earth when one of more conflicts goes out of control, like with ISIS.

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  9. Lessons in Suffering 1

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    August 20, 2015 by wimvincken

    Map of Middle East with ISIS

    War. The extension of diplomacy, where soldiers fight a conflict instead of diplomats. A war can’t end without diplomats. A war can start many times without diplomats though, especially when started by ruthless people, like Hitler. What is war? Look it up in an encyclopedia if you want to know. What is more interesting is what war does to human life. This article tries to describe the effects of war on human life and it’s heavy reading. You are being warned.

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  10. Lessons in Suffering 2

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    August 20, 2015 by wimvincken

    Religious

    Other factors are the lessons of the last two World Wars are in the process to be forgotten! People start to get immune by the constant repetitions, education is becoming bad and the new generations do not associate with the past and most of the old surviving soldiers died of old age. Human suffering is for the new generations something they can see on TV and internet. With the new weapons, they dream about using it and show their superiority over others. New military leaders are now scientific educated individuals, who see war as an exercise. They are extremely able professionals.

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  11. Learn our lessons from World War I? No!

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    August 5, 2015 by wimvincken

    This article describes the World War I, politics, League of Nations, United Nations and the continuation of wars and conflicts. Did the world learned its lesson from the WW1? Many tried with the creation of League of Nations and United Nations, but the conflicts and wars are growing. The UN as organization is an absolute failure. The world as we know is slowly sinking in a pool of violence, genocide, war and passivity.

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  12. Undescribable Human Suffering

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    August 4, 2015 by wimvincken

    Genocide

    Young children with their parents, grandparents, uncles and aunts, people of all ages, from all social standing, with or without education and background were driven into huge camps.
    In those huge camps, those people were being murdered in several different ways.
    They were gassed in special buildings or in trucks or shot, or worked to death or starved to death, frozen to death, any means to murder those people.

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  13. Human suffering

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    August 2, 2015 by wimvincken

    When you read this article, hopefully you are at home or work, sitting safely behind your computer or mobile somewhere nice. This is an article about human suffering. When ISIS is beheading a person, it’s not that they are using a sword to behead a person … only one moment of pain and that’s it! No, it takes several minutes when the person is lucky. They take a knife and start cutting the neck. Sometimes it takes up to minutes, or 5 minutes or even 10 minutes! And the victim is aware! The suffering… the pain, the fear, the knowledge that it will be over… under extreme duress!

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  14. UPDATED: Genocide

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    August 1, 2015 by wimvincken

    Armenian genocides

    The UN list of genocides (16 at this moment (August 2014)) with almost 30 million people killed is not complete. I need to note that the large (by numbers) genocides are performed by the Mongols (in the year 1200 and after) where 50-70 million people died and Stalin with hisgenocide, killing 43-60 million people!

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  15. The World War

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    July 2, 2015 by wimvincken

    What is the definition of a world war? A world war is a war affecting most of the world’s most …
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  16. Flemish Fields 1917

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    April 18, 2015 by wimvincken

    37 million civilians and military died during the first World War or as it also was called the Great War. …
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