Trumps Budget and Trip to Middle East was not really to fight Terror but to hide from his own budget which fails to really take care of people–anywhere in the World

Manchester, U.K.: 22 Killed in Concert Arena Attack Claimed by ISIS

MAY 23, 2017

Manchester day

In Manchester, England, at least 22 people were killed in a bombing at a concert arena at the end of a performance by American pop star Ariana Grande. Dozens more were wounded in the explosion, which appears to be a suicide attack. This is 19-year-old Sebastian Diaz, who survived the blast.

Sebastian Diaz: “Just as we were leaving after the last song, we heard the explosion when we got to the foyer doors, and we just looked behind us, and there was chaos. And in front of us, people were running past the doors screaming, looking behind them. And we were in two minds as to whether to stay in the arena and just seek shelter or run and try and get out, you know, which we decided to go out. And we ran, and people were screaming around us and pushing down the stairs to go outside. And people were falling down. Girls were crying. And we saw these women being treated by paramedics. They had like open wounds on their legs, no shoes. It was just chaos.”

Police say they are investigating the explosion as a “terrorist incident” and that the alleged attacker died in the explosion. This morning on Twitter, ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack. British Prime Minister Theresa May says the police know the identity of the alleged attacker, but he or she has not been named. A second person, who has also not been named, has been arrested in connection to the bombing. Authorities have named the first of the 22 victims: 18-year-old Georgina Bethany Callander from Lancashire. While speaking in the town of Bethlehem in the Israeli-occupied West Bank today, President Trump condemned the Manchester bombing.

President Donald Trump: “I extend my deepest condolences to those so terribly injured in this terrorist attack and to the many killed and the families, so many families, of the victims. We stand in absolute solidarity with the people of the United Kingdom. So many young, beautiful, innocent people living and enjoying their lives, murdered by evil losers in life.”

That’s President Trump, speaking after he met with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank today as part of his two-day trip to Israel and Palestine.

  1. 17, 2017 But the budget preview he released today will make us less safe by … A “national security budget,” as Mr. Trump referred to it previously, that … This budget does not do that, and is not who we are as Americans. Ultimately, a more stable world not only supports American values, but it also makes us safer …

  2. 1, 2017 President Trump’s Proposed Budget Is Bad for U.S. National Security … in America” and follows through on his “promise to focus on keeping Americans safe. … It also will not protect U.S. military forces or make the country safer. … extremely cost-effective investments in a more prosperous and secure world; …

  3. hours ago But these skewed priorities won’t make us safer. In fact, they will put lives at risk by making it harder to prevent wars, protect public health and …

  4. 5, 2017 Trump’s “skinny” or preliminary 2018 budget, called “America First: A … although $3.1 billion in security aid to Israel would remain intact, … We spend this money to keep American citizens safe by reducing … His colleague at Heritage, Jim Carafano, argued that those increases failed to make the world safer.

  5. 28, 2017 Trump’s military spending won’t make America safe again … Timothy Stanley: Trump’s opposition to intervention has exploited anger at failed wars … spending contradict Trump’s promise to stop America playing world policeman?” … on the basis of alleged security threats and erecting a wall along the …

  6. 28, 2017 President Donald Trump has spent his first 100 days trying to make good on … Are Americans safer than they were 100 days ago? …. [READ MORE: Why military leaders say Trump’s planned budget cuts are a national security risk] … and making the military larger does not make us safer,” Harrison said.

  7. 30, 2017 Cuts would devastate the programs Americans rely on for necessities like quality … foreign aid, and human rights—programs that make the whole world safer. The massive cuts that Trump wants to make are astounding. … Trump’s Budget: More Funding for Military, Border Wall, and Deportation Force.

  8. 25, 2017 Trump has promised to “make America safe again. … Powered by; PRI’s The World; &; GlobalPost … you think cutting UN funding by 50 percent will make America safer? … peacekeeping budget and 22 percent of its humanitarian budget. … “If President Trump is focused on American national security and …

  9. 28, 2017 President Donald Trump has spent his first 100 days trying to make good on … Are Americans safer than they were 100 days ago? …. [READ MORE: Why military leaders say Trump’s planned budget cuts are a national security risk] … and making the military larger does not make us safer,” Harrison said.

  10. 5, 2017 Donald Trump’s proposed $54 billion defense budget spending increase would … Trump’s Defense Spending Increase Could Actually Make the U.S. Less Safe … than the next seven highest-spending nations in the world combined. … era like the Cold War, for instance, will not enhance national security.


About eslkevin

I am a peace educator who has taken time to teach and work in countries such as the USA, Germany, Japan, Nicaragua, Mexico, the UAE, Kuwait, Oman over the past 4 decades.
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