There's something I need to discuss, here on Life with Lynnie (LwL).
What is it?
I feel the need to discuss problems going on in the world. Well, for today, at least a problem in one (1) country in the world.
I'm sharing with you, an article posted/shared by msn.ca, that was actually written by Canadian Press. It's entitled, Thwarted attack rattles France days before Presidential vote: http://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/world/thwarted-attack-rattles-france-days-before-presidential-vote/ar-BBzZN0E?li=AAadgLE&ocid=spartandhp.
If you clicked on the link and read it, you will have seen it said (I copied/pasted):
Security concerns shook France's presidential campaign Tuesday as authorities announced arrests in a thwarted attack on the eve of the vote, and candidates urged tougher counterterrorism efforts for a country already under a state of emergency.
Security has already been a strong campaign theme, and far-right candidate Marine Le Pen hardened her tone Tuesday on foreign extremists and border controls while centrist Emmanuel Macron called for national unity and stronger intelligence.
Plus... it also said (I copied/pasted):
Before the thwarted attack was announced, Le Pen said on RTL radio Tuesday that she would expel foreign extremists and draft army reservists to close France's borders as soon as she takes office.
"We cannot fight the terrorism that weighs on our country without controlling our borders," Le Pen said.
My goodness... what a wonderful person Le Pen is! Hopefully, she will be elected on April 23rd, 2017!
However... also, I agree with Macron, who quoted what I am now sharing with you (I copied/pasted):
Macron struck a tough but conciliatory tone.
He called the arrests a reminder that "the terrorist threat remains very high" especially during the election campaign, and reiterated calls for pressure on internet companies to better police extremism online.
But he added that "terrorism ... is a challenge that calls upon us more than anything else to come together, because the terrorists wish nothing more than our division."
Yes, to me it is amazing that there are some people who are working in France, who realize that terrorism is a challenge.
Especially, since our leader here in Canada, our Prime Minister (that we do not call President), Justin Trudeau doesn't care at all, regarding terrorism.
Why do I think this?
Justin Trudeau is not in support of Canada.
He is not doing anything to protect us from terrorism.
In fact, he's opening the door for us to have terrorism, in the future.
Yes, it hasn't happened much here in Canada so far, even though there were a few things that happened, here. But, it was only because in the past, our country's leader(s) did all that was necessary to protect us.
I realize that Justin Trudeau speaks against me, and others. After all, he doesn't agree with us, and is against us. Especially, us Christians.
Even so, I do whatever I can to honestly speak up, so that what I say can be heard and hopefully, understood and accepted by Justin Trudeau, gentiles, and... unbelievers of Christ.
Thinking of this, made me think of 1 Peter 2:11-12, "Dearly beloved, I beseech you as strangers and pilgrims, abstain from fleshly lusts, which war against the soul;
12 Having your conversation honest among the Gentiles: that, whereas they speak against you as evildoers, they may by your good works, which they shall behold, glorify God in the day of visitation."
Believe me when I say I pray about this. And, about Justin Trudeau, plus each and every unbeliever of Christ.
Some people consider me an evildoer, even though I do good works for God.
I pray that some day, as soon as possible, they will come to trust in/believe upon our Lord, Jesus Christ, and will glorify God.
Not only will they have then gained salvation. They will also have a changed heart and mind, that will more than likely support everyone here in Canada, who is not in favour of having a future of terrorism.
For this, I will always pray.
Please, join me in prayer.
If you pray, you'll be blessed by God.
Until next time...
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