The IDF's mission is to "defend the existence, territorial integrity and sovereignty of the state of Israel. To protect the inhabitants of Israel and to combat all forms of terrorism which threaten the daily life -- wikipedia
Leaders of the countries of the world and global issues.
president-elect of Argentina. Before entering politics, Milei gained notability as an economist, as the author of multiple books on economics and politics, and for his distinct political philosophy as a vocal proponent of the Austrian School -- wikipedia
Following the establishment of Israel, Zionism became an ideology that supports "the development and protection of the State of Israel" -- wikipedia
Request: Doc said that Singapore, the highest calibrating country at that time, is a product of benevolent dictatorship. Generically, is it a viable form of government?
"A broad majority in the Norwegian Parliament settled on Thursday for a declaration that paves the way for full recognition of Palestine as its own state, but not right now" -- newsinenglish.no
Regarding: "Illegal Israeli actions in Occupied East Jerusalem and the rest of the Occupied Palestinian Territory." Notably, Norway and France voted in favor, while the US and Israel, predictably, voted against it.
Request: Longest sitting Dutch politician at the moment. He has has one of biggest parties in the Netherlands for many years, but never entered into the cabinet due to anti-islam retoric.
foreign intelligence service of the United Kingdom, tasked mainly with the covert overseas collection and analysis of human intelligence in support of the UK's national security -- wikipedia
Request: Doesn't sound like a good idea to accept a country at 160 to the European Union. It seems like the emotionality of "protect/support poor, war-torn Ukraine" took over reason, but calibration might show us otherwise. Maybe it has its benefits spiritually speaking.
Request: Would banning Islam be a viable solution for protecting civil order in western countries? With the exception of Sufism, perhaps.
Spoiler alert: our nations' leaders are nowhere close to the ideal.
"It was the first time that NATO had used military force without the expressed endorsement of the UN Security Council and thus, international legal approval, which triggered debates over the legitimacy of the intervention" -- wikipedia. Priority request: was it for the highest good?
"The United States fought the American Revolution primarily over King George the Third's currency Act which forced the colonists to abandon their own government-issued currencies and conduct business only using printed banknotes borrowed at interest from the Bank of England" -- linked video
The attack began in the early morning with a rocket barrage of at least 3,000 missiles against Israel... Palestinian militants breached the Gaza–Israel barrier, attacking military bases and killing civilians -- wikipedia
Calibrations dating back to August 2022.