spoke and said:
we need to understand that there are some people fighting fiercely against modernity, against globalization, who don’t really have a philosophy that they want people to hang their hat on, but who have an ideology which is pretty extreme that suggests you’ve got to do what they say, live the way they want to live, and that’s all there is to it. And if they don’t, they may take your life, as you know. It’s violent. It’s disruptive. It has no rule of law. And it is contrary to all the values of individual choice, freedom, and of the values of collective rule of law which has really governed the world since the post-World War II period,
I thought that was a nice turn of phrase:
don’t really have a philosophy that they want people to hang their hat on
especially is, as a result of the fierce fighting one literally loses one's head.
Anyway, the question is he was speaking in
or in (e)?
And, for extra points, did he mention the term "occupation"?