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イスラム国日本人人質を英雄視は歪んでいる 彼ら2人は幼稚で思考力なき単なる戦争好きに過ぎず今では国の迷惑者ではないのか
莫大な身代金を払って救出する価値などあるのか、身代金は誰が出すのか、国民の税金か、

ひと頃、自己責任という言葉が流行ったが、死ぬのは覚悟の上ではないのか、安倍首相の軽率な言動は愚の骨頂だが、
人命軽視の非難を恐れて愚かな2人の救出に全力をなどとあがくのはスジが違うのではないか

身代金支払いはテロへの敗北だ いちいち救出していたらヤクザの食いものにされたボロ会社のように国が破滅する


「全ての責任は自分にある」 自らそう語ったビデオ映像を残した直後、彼は消息を絶った。
拘束されたジャーナリスト・後藤健二氏(47)は昨年10月、イスラム国の支配地域に向かった。

直前まで行動を共にしたシリア人ガイドの静止を振り切った上での潜入だ。もとより危険は覚悟していたのだろう。
言い残したのは、ひところはやった「自己責任」という言葉だ。

後藤氏は戦場取材の経験が豊富なベテラン。シリアには2011年以降、「10回は行った」と話すなど頻繁に現地を訪れていた。
イスラム国はアルカイダですら恐れるほどの残虐非道なテロ組織である。支配地域を取材する先進国のジャーナリストらを人質に取り、法外な身代金を求めるのが常套手段。
交渉に応じなければ即、人質のクビをはねる。後藤氏が支配地域に入る前にも、英米両国の計5人が殺害されていた。

この事実を取材経験が豊富な後藤氏が知らなかったはずはない。だからこそ、本人もビデオメッセージで決死行をにおわせたのだろう。

本来、ジャーナリストの仕事は常に危険と隣り合わせ。何があっても自分の行動に責任を持つのがスジだ。
権力や暴力と対峙する以上、覚悟を持たなければいけない。紛争地域を取材する戦場ジャーナリストなら、なおさらで、
命を賭してでも伝えるべきことがあるという使命感がなければ決して務まらない。

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1. When in doubt, frame it.



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3. Color coordinate your posters with other items in your home.



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4. Go minimalist.


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5. Forget about hanging your poster; prop it up against a wall instead.


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6. Create a grouping of several posters for a more sophisticated effect.


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7. Hang your posters on pants’ hangers for a put-together look.


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8. Use a poster as a bookend for dual-purpose decoration.


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9. Put those binder clips (that are otherwise cluttering up your desk) to work.


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10. Pick a motif (in this case, circles) and use it multiple ways on one wall.



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10 Poster Decorating Ideas That Won't Remind You Of A Dorm Room

Remember how much pride you took in hanging your posters in your college dorm room? It was a statement of who you were and who your absolute favorite band was — The Beatles.

Maybe The Beatles is still your favorite band, but now that you live in a real grown up home, you can’t just tack up a poster anymore. We understand, and we found 10 ways to hang posters like an adult and still hold on to those glory days.

1. When in doubt, frame it.



Credit: Homepolish design by Haley Weidenbaum, Homepolish designer, photo by Tessa Neustadt

2. Use a poster rail for some added flair.


Credit: Etsy

3. Color coordinate your posters with other items in your home.



Credit: Homepolish, design by Vanessa De Vargas, Homepolish designer, photo by Bethany Nauert

4. Go minimalist.


Credit: DPAGES

5. Forget about hanging your poster; prop it up against a wall instead.


Credit: Apartment Therapy

6. Create a grouping of several posters for a more sophisticated effect.


Credit: Apartment Therapy

7. Hang your posters on pants’ hangers for a put-together look.


Credit: Apartment Therapy

8. Use a poster as a bookend for dual-purpose decoration.


Credit: Etsy

9. Put those binder clips (that are otherwise cluttering up your desk) to work.


Credit: Apartment Therapy

10. Pick a motif (in this case, circles) and use it multiple ways on one wall.



Credit: Homepolish, design by Orlando Soria, Homepolish Creative Director, photo by Tessa Neustadt

Have something to say? Check out HuffPost Home on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram.

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Are you an architect, designer or blogger and would like to get your work seen on HuffPost Home? Reach out to us at homesubmissions@huffingtonpost.com with the subject line “Project submission.” (All PR pitches sent to this address will be ignored.)

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