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  1. Lessons in Suffering 2

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    August 20, 2015 by wimvincken

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    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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  2. The failure of the global military intelligence

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    August 19, 2015 by wimvincken

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    The major powers in the world owns an enormous battery of equipment, that can determine a license plate of any car in the world. They know exactly where each tank, each airplane and each ship is in China, Russia, all over the world … except in Iraq and Syria.The American government and intelligence agencies react confused, astonished and bewildered, in public, that they have no idea who is what and where in the ISIS controlled areas. The reasons why they can’t see in Syria and Iraq is because they don’t have any working intelligence assets on the ground. What is worrying though is, that the intelligence community has no alternatives and don’t know exactly what to do about it.

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  3. Islam Versus The World

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    August 19, 2015 by wimvincken

    Hundreds of millions of Muslims all over the world are nominal Muslims. With other words, they take Islam not serious, they don’t intent to kill apostates. Certain things they might take serious, like it’s forbidden to eat pork, and many Muslims like to see their children marry Muslims if possible.

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  4. 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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  5. Tent Cities in Nepal… and Tel Aviv

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    April 30, 2015 by wimvincken

    While tent cities in the capital of Nepal popup everywhere, the same happened and happens in Tel Aviv and surroundings. Over the years, the tent cities grew in Tel Aviv, and Netanyahu ignored them as not relevant. But when Nepal was hit by an earthquake, Netanyahu was quick to send help to the victims, preferable Israeli victims first of course, and as usual, ignore the tent cities in Tel Aviv. It’s cynical what Netanyahu is doing, proudly claiming to the world how Israel helps another state if they need it. Playing cheap politics, while his own people are suffering, while Palestinians are still homeless in Gaza.

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  6. Strange things happening lately

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    February 2, 2015 by wimvincken

    If Netanyahu claims something, he’s right of course. He is the Prime Minister of Israel after all, and he sounds so manly with his theatrics and deep, sexy voice.

    Obama is positioned on top of the increasingly isolated American administration, doing its best to become more and more embarrassed by the day. As a President he’s right of course, but his ‘strange’ behavior goes so extreme, that not many in the world believe in him and his administration. He managed what the doctor and Netanyahu could not do.

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  7. Evil in politics

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    December 2, 2014 by wimvincken

    The WHO released some statistics about the number of Ebola-death, which was over the 5,000! A week later, the same WHO releases a statement that 7,000 people died and 16,000 are infected. Why the difference, they don’t say. The number of real death is unknown. The real death are the reported and not reported cases. They have some vague numbers, but it’s exactly that, vague. At the same time, the UN declared that it stopped feeding 1,600 Syrian refugees, because of budget restrains. Reasons? Politics.

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