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    PostThe Last Outlaw Sat Jan 26, 2019 6:18 pm

    In 1995, the U.S. Declared a State of Emergency. It Never Ended. I6ke0

    From The Atlantic Magazine

    Kathy Gilsinan of The Atlantic Magazine wrote:
    In 1995, the U.S. Declared a State of Emergency. It Never Ended. BBSDYlj

    Terrorism haunts the Middle East, targeting Americans as well as their allies, with civilians bearing most of the pain. A major bombing in the region threatens to derail a top administration priority. The U.S. president declares a state of emergency.

    It’s 1995.

    President Bill Clinton declared terrorism a national emergency precisely 24 years ago, as a wave of Palestinian suicide bombings in Israel imperiled peace talks between the two sides. Executive Order 12947 named groups whose activities, Clinton said, posed “an unusual and extraordinary threat” to U.S. national security. At first, that list was largely limited to Palestinian armed groups, but in 1998, Clinton added Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda to the list. Bin Laden is gone and the peace process is moribund, but a version of the state of emergency remains in effect. In fact, Donald Trump renewed it just last week.

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/in-1995-the-us-declared-a-state-of-emergency-it-never-ended/ar-BBSE4KL



    This was about terrorism in 1995.  Today, Donald Trump wants it about The Wall.  In 1995, a declaration of a State of Emergency was to prevent war from coming onto American soil.  Today, it's about keeping immigrants on the Mexican side of the border.  In 1995, if you were to ask if it was necessary, the answer would have been an emphatic YES!  Today, is it REALLY necessary?

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