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Trump Calls for World to Unite Against Radical Islam After Manchester Attack

A despicable thing occurred in Manchester, England yesterday, and the global response has been surprisingly varied.

While most decent human beings have reacted with venom at the radical Islamic terror attack targeting young women at an Ariana Grande concert, there have been pockets of nonsensical arguments emanating from, you guess it, the mainstream media.  Some have implied that the event itself could be a “false flag” attack used to bolster right wing interests.  Others, such as the BBC, have insinuated a nonchalant, “oh well” attitude, citing that we will never fully stop Muslim terrorists from attacking the free world, and that we should just “get used to it”.

American President Donald Trump, however, is calling phooey on these naysayers and defeatists.  His attitude, much to the chagrin of conservatives the world over, is less than capitulatory toward radical Islam and its violent vitriol.

Trump wants the world to come together and eliminate ISIS and their ideology from the planet.

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“President Trump called Tuesday for ‘all civilized nations’ to unite against terrorism and ‘obliterate this evil ideology,’ citing the deadly Manchester attack to underscore the central message of his foreign trip as he concluded a visit to the Holy Land.

“’All civilized nations must be united in this effort. This trip is focused on that goal,’ Trump said at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, after meeting earlier with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank.

“The president spoke after a suicide bomber killed 22 and injured at least 59 at an Ariana Grande concert in the U.K. The president held a phone call Tuesday morning with British Prime Minister Theresa May to discuss the ‘wanton and depraved’ attack, according to the White House, and will take his message later this week to meetings with NATO and G7 leaders.

“During earlier remarks in Bethlehem, Trump offered his condolences to the victims, calling such attackers the ‘evil losers in life.’”

Trump’s tough talk stands in stark contrast to the remarks of former President Barack Obama, who, when faced with the realities of international terrorism was unable to muster such strength.  Obama, for his part, very much needed to the world to ignore the truth behind radical Islamic terrorism in order to push his globalist agenda, which included the flagrant abuse of international immigration from the Middle East.  ISIS and other terrorist organizations have long admitted to utilizing refugee programs, supported by Obama and his colleagues, to move their operatives throughout the world.  Should Obama have attempted to look tough on terror, he would risk being outed for his hypocrisy when failing to curb the influx of radical Islamic persons across international borders.

President Trump’s stay in the Middle East this week was already considered to be an anti-terrorism trip before the attack in Manchester.  Now, with this unfortunate piece of perspective falling into play, it has never been more important to Trump to spread his message regarding the future of ISIS…or lack thereof.

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