Dallas ISIS Recruiter Encouraged Ariana Grande Bomber | Clarion Project Clarion Project

The bomber who carried out the attack on the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England had input and encouragement from a Dallas-based ISIS recruiter.

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BLINK: Kim Jong-Un Cancels Missile Attack On Guam As James ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis Warns U.S. Will Shoot It Down • Now The End Begins

North Korea’s state-controlled media reported last week on preparations for test firing four missiles, saying they would be aimed in the direction of Guam but splash down before reaching it. President Donald Trump pledged to meet new saber rattling from the communist country with ‘fire and fury.’ ‘If North Korea does anything in terms of even thinking about an attack – of anybody that we love or we represent, or our allies or us, they can be very, very nervous,’ Trump warned on Thursday. ‘And they should be, because things will happen to them like they never thought possible.’
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Defense Secretary James Mattis said Monday that if North Korea launches a missile in the direction of Guam, U.S. armed forces ‘will take it out.’ And he warned that ‘if they fire at the United States, it could escalate into war very quickly.’

EDITOR’S NOTE: President Trump is doing exactly what he and his administration need to do in defusing the missile strike threat from North Korea. When things reached a peak last week, we asked who will blink first as the saber-rattling ratcheted up. Kim Jong-Un blinked first, and very wisely so. Appointing ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis as the Secretary of Defense was an excellent  choice. 

The Pentagon chief told reporters during a half-hour media availability that the Defense Department can determine where an airborne missile is headed ‘within moments’ of a launch.

And if a missile from dictator Kim Jong-Un is seen as threatening Guam, a tiny U.S. Pacific island 2,100 miles from Pyongyang, ‘then it’s game on,’ Mattis declared, ‘and we will try and do our best to make sure it does not hit the United States.’

‘We will defend the country from any attack at any time from any quarter,’ he said.

Sec. Mattis: If North Korea fires at the US, it’s ‘game on’

North Korea’s state-controlled media reported last week on preparations for test firing four missiles, saying they would be aimed in the direction of Guam but splash down before reaching it.

President Donald Trump pledged to meet new saber rattling from the communist country with ‘fire and fury.’

‘If North Korea does anything in terms of even thinking about an attack – of anybody that we love or we represent, or our allies or us, they can be very, very nervous,’ Trump warned on Thursday.

‘And they should be, because things will happen to them like they never thought possible.’

‘North Korea better get their act together or they are going to be in trouble like few nations have ever been in trouble,’ the president said.

On Friday he tweeted that ‘military solutions are now fully in place, locked and loaded.’

‘Mad Dog’ Mattis, a retired U.S. Marine Corps general, wouldn’t say on Monday whether the U.S. would respond militarily to a missile launch in Guam’s direction that appeared to intentionally miss the target.

‘If it falls short of Guam, then it becomes an issue that we take up however the president chooses,’ he said.

‘You can’t make all the decisions in advance. There are a host of things going on,’ he added. ‘I need a certain amount of ambiguity on this because I am not going to tell them what I’ll do in each case.’

But Mattis insisted the U.S. military stands ready to fight a belligerent North Korea if the president decides to engage.

‘The bottom line is we will defend the country, and for us that’s war,’ he explained.

‘You don’t shoot at people in this world unless you bear the consequences.’ source

 

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Evangelicals, Racists And Trump

 

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The alt-right. White supremacists. Nationalists. Trump supporters. Racists. Evangelical Christians. Is this a list of unrelated, widely disparate groups that overlap only on the fringes?
Or does this describe the inter-connected spokes of the same wheel, different in emphasis but not in kind? The tragedy in Charlottesville, which has heightened tensions and exacerbated divisions in our country, calls for clarification.
If you listen to some secular media, you’d get the impression that Donald Trump is responsible for Charlottesville and that those who voted for him are culpable as well. You’d also get the impression that unless you denounce Trump, you are guilty of racism and are likely a white supremacist.
And since Trump has support from many evangelical Christian leaders, you’d be led to believe that they are part of the alt-right, all of them racists and hyper-nationalists.
Because I was out speaking Saturday afternoon and evening, I did not post anything on social media about Charlottesville until late that night. By that time, my Twitter feed was lit up with calls for me renounce racism and distance myself from Trump.
Quite out of the blue, I was judged to be implicit in a racist cause because I did not speak out against a white supremacist rally quickly enough. And because I had voted for Trump, I was now an accomplice in racism and, by default, a member of the alt-right.
Many of you reading this have had the same experience, as if there was an explicit connection between Charlottesville and Trump voters, between racism and evangelical Christians. But is there a connection?
When I finally got around to posting on Facebook on Saturday night, I wrote: “There is nothing American about White Supremacism — nothing heroic, nothing praiseworthy, nothing patriotic.
It is a rotten, ugly mindset full of hatred, bigotry, and pride, and every person of conscience should denounce it.
It degrades others who are also created in the image of God and takes His name in vain to further its cause. Whatever our political or racial or ethnic background, as Americans, we need to stand together against it.”
All this seems self-evident, and every friend and co-worker I have would agree with this. What is there to argue with?
The response to the comment was excellent, with strong support for what was shared. Others, however, chimed in negatively, criticizing blacks (since I was criticizing white supremacists), asking me why I never renounced Black Lives Matter extremism (which, of course, I had), and claiming that anyone who voted for Trump was complicit in the Charlottesville riot.
 

In response to some of these comments, I wrote: “The bottom line is simple: I don’t care what color your skin is and what your ethnic background is. When Neo Nazis rally, you condemn it. When the KKK rallies, you condemn it. When Black Supremacists rally, you condemn it.

And when a man plows his car into a crowd, killing one person and injuring 19, you condemn it. If you can’t do that, you shouldn’t be on this page. I trust we share the same heart here.”
Again, this seems straightforward, yet even this comment drew negative responses, which makes one thing very clear: There are dangerous extremes on the right and on the left, and there is racism on the right and on the left. All of this is wrong and contemptible.
What about connecting all the dots on the right and drawing a coherent circle with Trump in the center? I believe that would be inaccurate for the following reasons:
1) Although there were certainly divisive aspects to Trump’s campaign there’s little hard evidence that he is a racist. And from the reports I hear from people close to him, he has a genuine burden to help the inner-cities, which are largely minority.
2) Although right-leaning, white nationalists overwhelmingly voted for Trump, they still make up a small part of his overall base and do not reflect the sentiments of the vast majority of his voters.
3) It is a non sequitur to argue that, because the KKK supported Trump, others who voted for Trump support the KKK. I’m sure the New Black Panthers overwhelmingly voted for Barack Obama (and Hillary Clinton), but that doesn’t mean that a white California Jew who voted for Obama and Hillary supports the New Black Panthers. Let’s be realistic.
4) The vast majority of evangelical Christians denounce racism and have no connection with the alt-right or with white supremacists. The fact that some white racists use Christianity as a cloak tells us one thing only: they are hypocrites.
5) Identity politics can be just as dangerous as outright racism. Both are divisive, both demean the value of others, and both make judgments based on skin color or ethnicity.
6) We should distance ourselves from the extremism of groups like Black Lives Matter and Antifa just as we distance ourselves from the extremism of white nationalism, exposing the hateful rhetoric, rejecting the violent acts, and saying with one loud voice, “As Americans, this is not who we are.”
Right now, across the country, there is massive distrust, polarization, misunderstanding, and misrepresentation. And rather than bringing us together, much of the media is fanning the flames of division and fear, often in grossly hypocritical ways (in other words, finding fault with one side only when there is fault on both sides).
At volatile times like this when our blind spots only become bigger, we must determine to be part of the solution and not the problem. That means listening before speaking, understanding before opining, and caring before criticizing.
Will we be peace-makers or troublemakers, ones who build bridges or blow up bridges, those who reach out or those who push away?
Whether we like it or not, with our deep differences and strong convictions, we are one nation under God, and united we stand, divided we fall. Which will it be?
Originally published at AskDrBrown.org – reposted with permission.

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North Korea: Kim Jong-Un delays strike on Guam | JerusalemOnline

The North Korean news agency KCNA reported that that leader Kim Jong-un reviewed the outline of the plan to attack Guam and has opted to delay the strike and monitor the US actions before making a decision.

Source: North Korea: Kim Jong-Un delays strike on Guam | JerusalemOnline

Liberal Hate Groups ANTIFA And Black Lives Matter Filmed Burning The American Flag At ‘Anti-Fascist’ Rally In Seattle • Now The End Begins

 

The ANTIFA “anti-fascists” were there to oppose and to shout down the pro-Trump Patriot Prayer group, which organized the rally. According to Neal Morton of the Seattle Times, a group of “Solidarity Against Hate” demonstrators burned an American flag during the course of the afternoon clashes.
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Supporters of President Donald Trump and so-called ANTIFA “anti-fascists” clashed Sunday in Seattle, with the latter setting an American flag on fire and covering their faces with bandanas, goggles, and masks.

EDITOR’S NOTE: OK, so someone please explain this to me. Rioters in Seattle today protested “fascism” and “white nationalist” hate groups by burning the American flag, attacking the police, and shouting “death to America!” as they smashed store windows. Basically, they protested “hate groups” by becoming a hate group and terrorizing the residents of Seattle. NTEB condemns hate groups like ANTIFA, Black Lives Matter and the Ku Klux Klan. Interesting to note that ANTIFA thugs are wearing hoods that cover their face while they terrorize. Hmm, now who does that remind you of?

The ANTIFA “anti-fascists” were there to oppose and to shout down the pro-Trump Patriot Prayer group, which organized the rally. According to Neal Morton of the Seattle Times, a group of “Solidarity Against Hate” demonstrators burned an American flag during the course of the afternoon clashes.

The Times reported that the crowd dispersed by evening, but that tense moments took place over the course of the day.

“The rhetoric and vitriol continue to flow at Westlake Park,” the Seattle Times reported at 3:30 p.m. PST. “Anti-fascist protesters continue to shout down the pro-Trump speakers, and more than once someone from the crowd has jumped onto the stage to grab the microphone away.”

“Part of the crowd is on the move, back toward  Denny Park from Westlake, while others have ignored a police dispersal order and continue to crowd the Westlake plaza or circle back around the police lines,” the Times reported.

“Pepper spray and blast balls have been deployed, to varying effect on the crowd,” the Times reported. “Reporters on the ground describe the crowd as tense and emotional, and point to a growing police presence.”

The clashes came in the wake of violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, the day before, where white supremacists and left-wing protesters clashed violently before an apparent right-wing extremist rammed his car into demonstrators, killing Heather Heyer, 32, and injuring several others.

However, both the Patriot Prayer rally and counter-protest had been planned before Saturday’s violence in Charlottesville, the Times reported. source

 

Source: Liberal Hate Groups ANTIFA And Black Lives Matter Filmed Burning The American Flag At ‘Anti-Fascist’ Rally In Seattle • Now The End Begins

The Radical Left Funded By George Soros Planning More Racially-Fueled Attacks In Seattle, Baltimore and Kentucky • Now The End Begins

As we reported to you over the weekend, the radical Left terror groups Black Lives Matter and ANTIFA are funded by George Soros. In Virginia, they turned a white nationalist rally into a bloodbath by inciting violence and being the first to strike. 3 people died because of their actions, and now they want to take their show on the road. Here is a list-in-progress of places where you can expect ANTIFA and Black Lives Matter to slither up to next.
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The rabid Liberal Left like ANTIFA and BLM in America are very, very violent, and have been making death threats against President Trump for quite sometime now.

As we reported to you over the weekend, the radical Left terror groups Black Lives Matter and ANTIFA are funded by George Soros. The image at the top of this article is an official ANTIFA protest banner. Any questions? In Virginia, they turned a white nationalist rally into a bloodbath by inciting violence and being the first to strike. 3 people died because of their actions, and now they want to take their show on the road.

Here is a list-in-progress of places where you can expect ANTIFA and Black Lives Matter to slither up to next:

KENTUCKY: Lexington, Ky., Mayor Jim Gray doesn’t have to watch footage of the violent protests in Charlottesville over the weekend to know how divisive Confederate monuments can be. At family reunions and holiday dinners his whole life, he has heard about his great-uncles fighting each other in the Civil War’s Battle of Shiloh. Two were on the Union’s side. One fought for the Confederacy. Now, the 63-year-old mayor, who is white, is bracing for more controversy — and potentially worse, given the unrest in Charlottesville — after he announced plans on Saturday to move two Confederate monuments from prominent places near a Lexington courthouse. source

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SEATTLE: Police and protesters clashed during a right-wing rally and counter-demonstration in Seattle on Sunday, but there were no immediate reports of serious injuries. The dueling events came one day after a woman was killed and 19 other people were injured in a white nationalist protest and counter-protest in Virginia. Seattle police said in a statement that three men were arrested on suspicion of obstruction and assault. Confiscated weapons included ax handles, 2-by-4s and balloons containing an “unknown liquid substance,” the statement said. source

BALTIMORE: Baltimore City Councilman Brandon Scott is formally calling for all four of Baltimore’s Confederate-era monuments to be torn down. In a resolution being introduced Monday, Scott calls for “the immediate destruction of all Confederate Monuments in Baltimore.” In the resolution, he cites the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville over the weekend that left three dead. source

VIRGINIA: A Confederate heritage organization has asked the state for permission to gather Sept. 16 at Richmond’s Robert E. Lee monument. The rally would come roughly a month after Saturday’s white nationalist protest descended into violence in Charlottesville. The Department of General Services has received a request from Americans for Richmond Monument Preservation for a permit to hold an event at the Lee Monument on Monument Avenue, according to Dena Potter, an agency spokeswoman, who said the application is under review and has not been approved. source

Not only that, the fake news media is trying desperately to attach President Trump’s name to the violence.

The rabid Liberal Left in America is very, very violent, and have been making death threats against President Trump for quite sometime now. Please watch this video with caution, it is very graphic.

Now the very same people are attempting to attach President Trump’s name to the violence in Virginia, but guess what? It won’t work, fake news media, keyboard warriors will expose you each and every time. Guaranteed.

 

Source: The Radical Left Funded By George Soros Planning More Racially-Fueled Attacks In Seattle, Baltimore and Kentucky • Now The End Begins