Atrocities in Paris means ISIS terrorists will continue until or unless they are wiped out

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Posted on Nov. 19 -- ISIS releases video threatening New York City, Washington, DC.
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Video at left: Posted on Jan 11-- In this much earlier report, ISIS releases video threatening New York City, Washington, DC.
 

EDGEWATER, Fla. -- From what we've learned of all the atrocities in Paris and the continuing search for the ringleader, I am sickened by what these ISIS terrorists will do. I see and know in my heart they will keep spreading unless the world’s countries get together en masse and work together to conquer them.

Because we are presently in a different country other than the terrorist acts doesn’t mean we shouldn’t stand up now and fight this before they take over. The world did that very thing as Germany starting taking over their part of the world and countries not in Europe just tried to stay out of the fight.

Had all the countries come to the battle sooner thousands of innocent lives wouldn’t have been lost and the war would have ended much sooner.

Yes, that’s just my opinion but that is what my blog is about. Musings is just that: What I muse about and how I feel about the world around me. You can disagree with me or not; your choice. Surely, you don’t think sitting back and biding our time will be keeping us safe, do you?

Yes, that’s just my opinion but that is what my blog is about. Musings is just that: What I muse about and how I feel about the world around me. You can disagree with me or not; your choice. Surely, you don’t think sitting back and biding our time will be keeping us safe, do you?

Haven’t you seen their efforts in our country enough yet to realize we are as under the gun as other nations? Action needs to be taken now as partners in this world we live in or soon that world will be unlivable.

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Darlene Vann is a resident of Edgewater and has been with the 24/7 Internet newspaper from the onset. She likes to write about the lighter side of life, but sometimes feels compelled to tackle some of the tougher issues.