Differences Between the First and Second 2016 Presidential Debates

October 11, 2016
Among the differences in the debate, this goround, both Trump and Mrs. Clinton seemed to show a tone with sobriety consistently throughout compared.  Sobriety referenced is toward Holy Books nuance, very old word and root, meaning for summary sake, keeping oneself under control at deeper levels.

With respect to time, a portion of the debate went to discussing personal attitudes with regard to opposite gender roles, which was not either of the Nominees fault in terms of selection of the questions.  It might just be a trend of the times that television and media seem to focus more on topics such as that, which leaves the question, was too much a percentage of the debate revolving around the subject of what kinds of things were said off the record, perhaps put on the record, but intended to be off the record?

For those of us that read on a lateral level whereat inevitable gleanings of information about the character of people, such as about what could be perceived as private lives of moderators, present themselves, there might be some irony that one of the moderators has seemed to have made it a trademark since the Presidential debate almost a year ago, of interrupting the speakers in an irksome manner.  Does such a person exist, and did that occur?  There is a line between rudeness and being assertive to moderate a program.  Which side of the line?-, will not be spoken about here, instead, let the readers of this write-up decide.

Overall, there was a respectable amount of substantive educated content in the debate, which is a definite plus.

On the subject of the Middle East and Syria:
  • The likelihood is very strong, that there are terrorists out there, that bounce around geographically their poles of central activities, moving from one Middle East town to the next.
  • There could be terrorist groups lurking within other terrorist groups that we, the U.S. do not know the names of yet, with respect to popular read knowledge in news media.
  • A messy situation exists currently, where the U.S. has found ISIS/ISIL/IS an enemy, whereat essentially, ISIS etc, is an en segue, in sequence, terror group to Al Qaeda; even if Al Qaeda gets completely destroyed, then ISIS gets completely destroyed, the most knowledgeable of Islam scholars will tell you, and the U.S. will agree that, there will probably be an an effort by some terrorist group or some terrorist mind to attempt to develop yet another terrorist group, and of course try to hide behind sincere peace loving Muslim populace.  Similar concept with individual terrorists, one terrorist is removed, then another even sneakier tries to take the previous place; one geographic region gets resolved, then a similar problem springs up elsewhere, it could be simply the nature of the world.
    • Aleppo, Baghdad, Mosul, you name the place, the place will have a certain time in the history books in chapters about insurgents and fighting various wars, then new chapters will begin, in some circumstances on the superficiality.  The bigger picture, stepping back from the trees to see the forest is an idea here.
  • With all the messiness of terror cells and groups exchanging rings around a circus, extreme caution as standard agreeable by any military scientist or strategist, has to be taken on simply arming anyone in the Middle East. 

The U.S. cannot be the victim of when one button pops-up and gets hammered down, another button pops-up and you have to race against time to hammer it down before you run out of time, the evil game, when the buttons that are popping up might be painted a different color, or have different names, but they are all coming from the same guy.

Briefly without detail or illustration--

When Afghani Mujahideen got arm help for their mission of independence, were there or were there not some slimy characters that took the weapons and later evolved into terrorist cells such as Al Qaeda?

How many different Kurdish groups, referring to military fighting groups, have evolved over the past 50 years?  Can the average American citizen name all of them off the top of his or head in under 60 seconds?  If they can accomplish that, can they give a brief description of how each splinter group, or outgrowth ramified from the other groups and how they interrelate?  It is a tough task.

The concept of being dragged into wars by shadowy powers in the Eastern Hemisphere, the result of crafty gambits, has dogged and strained America's military for perhaps up to a century.

Crafty gambits on the part of enemies of America and terrorists could include sacrificing their own lives, their own people, their own soldiers, in the effort to lure American troops into fights, then the unethical doings of the traitors that turn and murder American soldiers, the head-hunters for money, the 'businessmen' that want to melt down military vehicles and sell the metal for money, and much more.

Trying to explain to millions of Americans all and every detail of every unethical gambit that every terrorist has done to try to hurt America is tough to do in just an hour.

The U.S. has to be rightly guided, as any nation, as much as possible.


Hurricane Matthew a Serious Threat and Did Major Damage in Islands South of Florida

October 8, 2016
Authored October 7th 4pm to 8pm EST 2016

The hurricane named Matthew in progress right now has undisputed destructive levels and is making its way from south to north.  As of 4pm E.S.T., (four in the evening the time eastern standard time) the Hurricane Matthew is upon Florida especially the coast.  From south to north means Georgia and South Carolina could be regions that undergo affects very soon in the upcoming timeline.  The hurricane active for the past several days has already done damage in the islands south of Florida such as Haiti and the Caribbean.  The fatality number is already nearing 300 (three hundred).  It is advised again, do not wait until the last second to prepare for the possibilities.  Help might be needed from those that have the capacity from areas further off from the path of the storm.

As of 8pm EST, there are several fatalities reported in Florida, mostly older persons, and millions are without electrical power.  Please follow emergency advisories.

Same Old Issues in Middle East Perpetuating Might be Resiliency in a Negative Way

September 30, 2016
What are some of the same old issues?

Let's look at Libya.  As of today September 29th 2016, there is a concern of citizens and foreigners being trapped amid violence in the Benghazi area and as a result they are cut off from food supply.  The scene is persons severely deficient in food intake remindful of Somalia hunger 35 years ago, hunger victims in Bosnia in the early 1990s.
Back in 2011, there were starvation victims in the northern area of Libya near Tunisia.
Generally fighting is fierce off and on in Sirte, recently, past few months. 
Feelings of intervention in conflicts on Libya soil by other nations with wealth sometimes seems to straddle the middleground of abandon them especially if there is nothing in it for us attitude, like sub-Saharan regions, and rush to keep oil related strongholds at maximum running par.  Those times when Libya has not gotten much intervention often spell out sullen woes for those less fortunate, the referent starvation, and squalid conditions.

In Iran, the questions of nuclear capability keep coming up, such as within the last month, just like it has it seems every few months for the last however many decades.

In Egypt, within the past 2 days at the lengthiest, a car bomb exploded in Cairo.  This is not the first time, and as those that keep up with news in Egypt over the past 20 years know, car bombs detonating in Cairo have appeared in news stories a proportional number of times that it is an occurrence known to surface in the region every so often.

In northern Africa, wherein are sub-groups engaging in political tension and ramifying turmoil, who to side with and when to intervene has been a tough decision in many cases for nations outside with the capacity to help.  At what point is it their business and allow them to solve their problems, then the sliding over to, too much has occurred and if intervention does not occur, then other nations [the scenario of how they could be perceived] have been lax in stepping up and being leaders with a sense of responsibility.

Similar questions come up with respect to Afghanistan; including when to Intervene where there are groups within in tensions with each other.  Recently there was another event involving use of violence that affected a set of Afghani troops of some classification, reference an attack in Kunduz about three days ago. 
Another area of concern is when U.S. troops or another nation do attempt to intervene, and perform a strike on an intended target, sometimes civilians not intended become victim; it is a painful situation to all parties involved, and the agonizing puzzle that needs to be solved as to how to successfully thwart terrorist cells and keep clear of innocent civilians at the same time.

In Iraq, U.S. troops have gotten involved with region on a popular level since he Iraq-Kuwait border dispute which seems like it is still a new era, an era of fighting amongst Arabs and in nations heavily populated by Muslim, on a war international in severity level,  now it has been over a quarter of a century.  Today, September 2016, the more recent rationale for sending troops to Iraq is to combat ISIS/ISIL/IS.  There keeps appearing a reason to be in Iraq, which naturally has those that want to take care of our, U.S. troops, ask voiced or not, are they somehow being baited by a intensely in-depth thought-out plan by a perpetrator of some sort lurking in the region of Iraq to bait and lure our soldiers?

This is not a historical outline of all the accounts of starvation in Libya, tensions in Egypt that turned deadly outside offices in Egypt, and so on, it is to daub at the totality of what looks like a cycle of recurring events.  This is what is meant by resiliency; the events keep coming back to an extent, at least some of them as of now.  Unfortunately, the events often result in the uglier side of humankind developments, the starvation from being boxed in for instance, which explains the word usage of resiliency a negative.


Mounting Discomfort of the U.S. with North Korea Reflective of a Disconcerting Atmosphere Even Through Eid

September 13, 2016
Taking a moment this Eid, a holiday known for its accompanying festivities that ordinarily to those that participate in its recognition there is a reprieve from laborious work tasks, as in everyday employment, to hint at a growing concern.  The concern is not necessarily in the Middle East, but to the west extremes and east of extremes of there.

No matter how much one studies about human and world political relations, there seems to be a phenomenon in the timeline of human history where interactions between parties of humans can get so broiled that the outcome includes events that are an awkward unideal, instead of a blissful continuum of a relative peace while just rhetoric is exchanged.

It can already be inferred why taking a moment to briefly discuss what might be disconcerting exchanges between the U.S. and North Korea is worth the while.

In summary, North Korea has been accused in the recent several years of not falling in line with the way most civilized countries administer justice especially loyalty breaches, and more recently escalations about nuclear capability.  Talk concurrently exists of the U.S. performing shows of force in nearby regions.  It appears that there has been back and forth shows of military might respective North Korea from a number of entities, recurring at an eye catching frequency.

In light of Eid being a day known globally as a day of peace, a day recognizing sacrifice referencing Ibrahim or known popularly spelled with an 'A' at the beginning perhaps intended to connote to certain letters, those that want peace, want peace. 

 The want for peace exists whether it be peace in an ancient land of Ur, or far to the east or west from there.


Big News Global Roundup August 29th 2016 Include Rescue Missions and Relief Efforts While Luxuries Taken for Granted is Construct for Many Popular Stories

August 30, 2016
Taking place this past week on through today, these are some events of note:

Someone rammed a gate to a forensics lab, and fire started

Violence and clashes erupt in Sirte, which has been a recurrent situation the past year or so
Migrants rescued off the coast, near northernmost northwest area

Prospect of about 10,000 Syrians to be let in to the U.S. soon, as a part of a relief effort

In Aden, blast results in over 4 dozen victims, 5 dozen injuries; whether situation messy or not messy, in the region there happens to be tensions, it is concurrently known, Houthi, Hadi, Popular Committees, ISIS/and other acronyms, are reported to have members that can be found in the area

Russia | Kyrgyzstan:
There was a fire that took place in a building or warehouse, about 3 days ago, north of Moscow, about a dozen migrants affected

Receiving humanitarian aid, due to earthquakes it has undergone in past few years

Evident, central eastern region has undergone suffering resultant of wave of seismic activities that started about 5 or 6 days ago

Tens of thousands of refugees trapped there, Chios one of the locations, perhaps the result of migration regulatory efforts in the broader region

A lightning strike killed over 300 reindeer, around the Hardangervidda region in the north
An illustration of how powerful lightning can be; reindeer a large, strong, and special being


2016 G20 Summit Starts in a Few Days

August 28, 2016
Around the end of this upcoming week, beginning of next week, depending on what you recognize as the start of the week, the G20 Summit is set to take place in Hangzhou, China.


Flood and Storm Preparedness Revisited

August 19, 2016
After Hurricane Katrina almost exactly eleven years to this date in August of 2005, a huge roll-out of drama, investigations, and efforts at implementing ingenuity skills to prevent disaster to infrastructure occurred.
It was ongoing for years, even today, the Katrina storm system that hit the southern region of the U.S., is used as a model situation for improvements to severe storm preparedness.
Since the Katrina event, there have been other storms, leading up to today.
In Louisiana, in the aftermath of recent flooding, kids are walking around in the region with no place to stay.

Two areas that need addressing.  One is the preparedness to protect, preserve, and preclude damage to main sources of survival, such as food and shelter; and second, in a fusion with first, is the preparedness of what everyone in the area is going to do if they are affected by a severe storm.  It is a fusion, partly because had the first set of preparedness been more highly developed, then there might be less of a need for the preparedness in the aftermath; simply put, if their house was not destroyed, they might not have to undergo looking for a place to stay.


Attacks Near Masjid Premises in the U.S. Have Been a Cowardly and Too Frequent Occurrence

August 14, 2016
Simple timeline for the past few weeks in 2016:

Earlier today at about 1:50pm, E.S.T., in Queens, New York, Imam Maulama Akonjee, and Thara Uddin, were fatally shot within a few blocks of Masjid.  The location of the shooting where they were approached from behind was about at 79th and Liberty in the Ozone Park area.  The nearby Masjid, Al Furqan Jame [pronounced closer to Jami'ee], is very near Glenmore and 77th.  The likelihood that some kind of videos, photos, or footage of the incident will emerge is present, especially considering the popularity of New York.

Both victims were men over 50.

At the basketball court of the Abu Bakr Islamic Center on International Boulevard in Tukwila, Washington, somewhere between about 8:30pm to 8:45pm local time, August 7th 2016, Sunday evening, an altercation wound up in the stabbing of a security guard.

Abu Bakr Center is near Route 5 and 599 Intersection, 3 miles south of the major airport, and about 5 from Seattle.

The security guard is in somewhat stable condition.  The incident is a bewilderment as to how it escalated to that level.

In New York, outside the Muslim Community Center in Brooklyn, Sunset Park area, Sunday July 3rd, 2016, at least one teenager suffered a horrendously bad eye injury after being beaten.  What all the circumstances were for that particular event, we do not have all the details at this moment.  Whether there was direct provocation or insinuation from the teens is being looked into by authorities.  Nevertheless, the teens did not have an upper-hand, as the man that struck them had about 20 years in age on them.

Madrasah Islamiah in Houston Texas, right down the street, a doctor was ambushed by 3 persons and shot in the yard of his house, Sunday morning, July 3rd 2016.

Fort Pierce Islamic Center, Florida, after late night prayers and opportunity for such Friday July 1, 2016 which might have carried over to early Saturday morning, near the last 7 days of the month of Ramadhan, popularly known as a month of fasting in Islam, in the wee hours of the morning, perhaps about 3am to 4:30am, a man was punched at least once causing bodily injury outside the Masjid,  It is a known practice for Muslim worshipers to spend longer hours in the Masjid during Ramadhan.  The affront comes when young men in their early or middle twenties attempt to seize the opportunity to predate on worshipers.  One of them had a stable-minded rationale for being at the Masjid, and one of them was behaving in an unusual manner in sitting in a vehicle at 3am then in sequence exiting the vehicle to exacerbate a misadventure through use of violence for someone attending the Masjid.
It is also a known fact that the United States is a country where you are free to practice your beliefs, as the behavior you engage in is in acceptable limits.  Praying in a Masjid is clearly within acceptable limits.  There are extremes that have existed in cult groups practicing religions like 'Satanism', where members go so far as to ritually slay another human being, then claim it was done in the name of religion; obviously that is not acceptable.  There is no excuse, not take prayers back to one side of the Atlantic, that allows for brazen assaults to someone that has not done anything to you.


Shooting and Assaulting Police Over Perceived Racial Unfairness is Futile. Here are Some of the Reasons Why.

July 17, 2016
Shooting at police officers is futile, meaning it does not have an effect, on solving 'racially' related problems. Peace and direct behests and requests to stop assaults aimed at police has been called for by relatives of victims and by the top of Government.
In Baton Rouge, Louisiana today, 3 police officers are now deceased, with a high probability there can be connections drawn to 'racial' tension, unrest, and protesting, this adds to 5 police officers that were fatalities in Dallas, Texas amidst protesting on July 7th, 2016.

The above was [part of] a news site byline set July 17, 2016 in the red box reserved for extremely important messages at the top of the main page.

Reasons why assaulting police officers over 'racial' issues is ineffective:

Over and over again, it has been proven that looks from the outside does not always fit in to stereotypes about a person's bloodline, ancestry, history, genealogy, heritage and culture.

On July 7th, 2016, in Dallas, after what is being assessed as a possible tirade aimed at police as a reaction to the incidents where 2 men were killed by police in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and in Minneapolis, Minnesota within recent days before, a few of the police officers that were victims in Dallas, Texas, have a slim likelihood they would mark solely a 'white' box as a 'racial' category to describe themselves.
How can that be any kind of payback for lost lives for instance from African Americans in the population?
Families of the victims have to suffer mental anguish for the rest of their lives, and carry that forth in almost all that they do, which could be another 80 years or more.

There are some nations and societies that exist today that have no idea what the racial system of 'black, white' and other color descriptions such as these is all about; it simply does not make any sense to them and for substantiated reasons.  For example, there are many cases where a family, both parents remaining the same, has a set of children where each child looks different, different hair, different skin, different perspectives on social matters, and thus, skin alone does not separate them, in that they remain having the same parents; so what sense does it make to divide them up in larger society?

There are many police officers from a wide spectrum of ancestral lines, that work extremely hard at protecting the lives of all citizens from a vast spectrum of ancestral lives, without ever giving a thought to 'raciality' as a factor in how well they should perform their jobs.

A danger has been identified in post-police killing rallies and protests, that such events might form a trap that could endanger police.

Each man, when he faces judgement, faces his or her judgement in regard to deeds, actions, intentions, and thoughts performed, alone; not with their brother, or sister, or parent by their side.  If someone is guilty of racial prejudice, bias, discrimination, unfair 'raciality', then it is that particular individual, not the whole police force, not the whole military, not every citizen of the U.S., not every leader in the U.S.

Propagation of 'raciality' and 'racial' profiling continues, when a racially motivated killing occurs, even if it was to retaliate for another perceived 'racially' motivated killing or unfair lack of mercy to the victim.  There are areas of law enforcement that could be ideal to be further developed, and researched into, instead, a focus on dealing with a spiral of events that ramify from skin descriptions continues, when there is the continuation of crimes where skin descriptions is the theme.

Why is 'race, racial, raciality' and these terms put in quotes?  'Race' in reality, really does not have all that much to do with humans in the first place.  Today the word is spoken with slang and implied use, but in reality, race has to do with animals plants, which humans have been elevated over.  For example, cows could be in the race category of four-legged animals, while birds are in the category with winged beings.  Humans are humans; so a 'racial' category was given to one man one day in one area of the U.S., and it pervaded through his prodigy, while a different 'race' was given to another man in another location, and come to find out they were blood brothers.  Why should their children fight, because one had a fairer skin tone and had a police uniform on, and the other had a tough time economically for a few years; this especially does not make any sense when they in turn have kids and the fairer skinned man's children look just like his brother, and the brother's kids look just like their uncle.

What other nations view of the U.S. as the topography of our nation, does not need to be a coast to coast splash of racially based tension and violence that appears to consume our nation and be almost the only major development going on.

Shootings and assaults being futile means the shootings of police officers did not and will not accomplish anything toward improving togetherness in our Nation.


Perceived as a Coup or Coup Effort in Turkey in Progress July 15, 2016

July 15, 2016
An organized orchestration of usage of a range of military vehicles to perform certain maneuvers which is being perceived as a coup or an attempt at a coup, is in progress in the Istanbul and Ankara, Turkey area.
Lining up trucks perpendicular to the direction of traffic on bridges with soldiers in some kind of consistent uniform is in occurrence, for instance.
There are media reports that imply that it might be a coup against current Turkey President Erdogan.  Media reports also say Erdogan is safe, and the coup will be suppressed soon.  Comments exist in the media that the coup or similar effort is not just a hodgepodge of soldiers making a fleeting jab at the leadership, but a collection of minds with seasoned military experience.


Will tell you now, if the coup is unsuccessful, which it looks like it will be, meaning the coup or whatever maneuvering is being done, is suppressed, then whoever is involved in the coup attempt activity, is going to be facing a severe penalty imposed by the legal system.

Furthermore, if the group claiming responsibility for the coup attempt also says that if they takeover that once they do they will maintain orderly international relations, how can that be guaranteed when they are currently demonstrating that they are prone to disarray or causing disarray, and they are willing to go outside of the orderly system for attaining power.  There is no guarantee that scenes closer to chaos with increased violence could emerge as the timeline continues.  These comments as of 7pm E.S.T.

Popular media in the United States do not appear to fully comprehend all of the dynamics involved in political tensions within Turkey, nor fully understand all subtleties of matters concerning Islam and religious tensions in Turkey.  In brief there are varying groups that have been struggling for political power; this while incidents of terror on smaller scales have been happening off and on over recent years, such as a political party office base was had a small bomb detonate in it.  Has it been clearly stated who and what political party is being represented through the 'coup effort' currently taking place?  is there a political party, if so, what is there alignment and loyalty, and what do they have to produce as substantiation that they will stand behind what they say if what they say is preservation of democracy?

Is what is going on what realistically can attain a successful coup in a time of prevalent computers, cellular phones, and social media?  Maybe 60 years ago in an a town in Africa especially if it was economically less developed, would a display of maneuvers using military vehicles not only be effective, but a successful method to leadership, and be recognized as leadership.  Today, citizens want to see legislation written which attests and has support of the people.  Turkey today is far from a set of villages from long ago, even then Turkey was well developed; standing over someone with a physical militant presence might not be enough to constitute the inward recognition of power shifts.


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