Daniel A. Betts
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Let's take a moment to briefly discuss what we know about the recent terrorist act that occurred in Manchester, England.
We know that on May. 22 2017, a 22-year-old Muslim man detonated a shrapnel-laden bomb that injured many and killer a total of 24 people - including a suicide committed weeks later by a man who had survived a 2005 terrorist bombing, and including the British Muslim man himself.
We know that the Islamic State (ISIS) has claimed responsibility for the attack, going so far as to write in one social media post that "one of the soldiers of the caliphate was able to place an explosive device within a gathering of the crusaders in the city of Manchester," as well as other statements.
We are aware that ISIS receives support from HAMAS in a variety of areas, such as their military wing in Gaza paying tens-of-thousands of dollars per month to ISIS' Sinai Branch.
We know that on Wed. Nov. 16 2016, the Justin Trudeau government announced they were giving $25-million to support UNRWA, a well-known HAMAS-infiltrated outfit with a well-documented history of funding terrorism.
Trudeau Jr. was not available for comment on this announcement when it was made since he was spending time with the Communist Dictator of Cuba at the time. He was, however, available to make a statement following the April. 15 2013 Boston Marathon Bombing, when he opined that rather than condemning terrorists, we should look at the root causes of terrorism.
Trudeau, a man who doesn't believe in the superior Canadian/Western values like social rights and liberties, freedom and democracy. He believes that all cultures are in fact equal, rather than believing his own culture is his superior and preferred one.
Which is why he admires Communist Leaders and Dictators.
Trudeau, the man who left teaching in B.C. after two short years. Then entering an engineering course of study only to drop-out shortly thereafter. Then entering yet another MA program only to ditch that shortly after beginning it as well.
4. We know that calculators are one of many tools that can help us "do the math.”
Daniel A. Betts is a freelance photographer and photojournalist with the Torch Online Media. Visit his personal website at www.dbiphotography.com