Have You Hugged a Terrorist Today?

By Craig Andresen Right Side Patriots http://www.americanpbn.com/

Mark Zuckerberg had this to say regarding Islamic terrorists and Islamic terrorism…hug 1

“I believe the only sustainable way to fight back against those who seek to divide us is to create a world where understanding and empathy can spread faster than hate. Where every single person in every country feels connected and cared for and loved. That’s the world we can and must build together.”

In 2014, Hillary Clinton said this on the same topic…

“This is what we call smart power. Using every possible tool and partner to advance peace and security. Leaving no one on the sidelines. Showing respect even for one’s enemies. Trying to understand, in so far as psychologically possible, empathize with their perspective and point of view. Helping to define the problems, determine the solutions. That is what we believe in the 21st century will change — change the prospects for peace.”

Last year, in 2015, Obama spewed out this line…

“Efforts to counter violent extremism will only succeed if citizens can address legitimate grievances through the democratic process and express themselves through strong civil societies.”

And it was Marie Harf, the propagandist for John Kerry’s State Department who offered up this take on Islamic terrorists…

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W. – The Measure of the Man

By now, you’ve seen the image.

President George W. Bush, hugging a little boy.

The image is making the rounds on social media, forwarded, tweeted and shared by conservatives.

To say it’s a compelling image is a gross understatement.

President Bush has been on a week long trip to Africa. Not for photo ops but to work. He’s been in Zambia helping to restore a clinic as part of the Pink Ribbon/Red Ribbon Project, getting dirty and covered with paint.

The clinic serves Zambian women being treated for cervical cancer.

The press won’t leave him alone though I rather believe he wishes they would. He’d get more work done if they did but, he’s the former President and wherever he goes, cameras and microphones will follow.

Zambia’s First Lady, Christine Kaseba stated, “It was really amazing seeing a former president getting involved in physical work for the love of saving women’s lives. It made me feel proud to be a Zambian woman, knowing that Americans are getting down to do dirty and laborious work like paint, not minding the dust, the surroundings but focusing on helping the Zambian women.”

The First Lady said that President Bush’s, “project has the capacity of not only changing the face of cervical cancer in Zambia but in Africa as a whole.”

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