President Obama is organizing a coalition of death and destruction which will blast bad terrorists to bits. Planes and missiles from the US, France, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and a few other Arab states have sent planes, drones, and missiles hurtling toward ISIS positions in Iraq and Syria. I assume this assault actually killed some of the bad guys. But, the entire premise of the Obama Doctrine is that the best way to solve problems in the Middle East is to blast away. How about a reality check:
1. The unemployment rate in most Middle Eastern countries(aside from Israel) hovers about 35% at a minimum.
2. This means that millions of young men and women have no jobs, no income,and live by part time work or aid from parents.
3. This means there are hundreds of young boys willing to blast themselves to pieces since life offers no economic solutions.
4. This means angry imams can rouse anger within young people who have nothing in life and offer them something in the after life.
There is need for an ECONOMIC PLAN that provides jobs and meaningful lives to the young people of the Middle East. How about engaging them in work rather than become engaged in death? Where is the Obama Doctrine of Economic Development??
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US Secretary of State John Kerry is arguing that Iran should not be invited to discussions concerning issues in the Middle East. The presence of this nation “would not be appropriate” because according to his reasoning, “Iran has been deeply involved with its forces on the ground in Syria.” How about?
1. The United States had forces on the ground in Afghanistan and Iraq.
2. European Union forces were on the ground in Afghanistan.
3. United Kingdom troops were on the ground in Iraq.
Iran’s presence is important if issues in the Middle East are to be resolved. Iran has close connections with Syria, with Hamas, and the situation in Lebanon. How about bringing together any and all nations in the Middle East who are concerned with creating stability?
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