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Donald, Moslems and Immigration

I am not exactly a huge Donald Trump fan. If it came down to Donald vs Hillary then Donald gets the nod but I hope it doesn’t get that far. Even so, much of what Donald espouses of late (I know about his long time progressive tendencies) I fully endorse. Even his temporary halt on moslem immigration. Given how fast and furious the establishment RINO’s went after him on his proposed moslem immigration moratorium I can’t help but feel a little sympathy for him. Perhaps he is beginning to understand how true conservatives like me feel on a daily basis. Still, I find all the caterwauling by the sufferers of Trump Derangement Syndrome both revealing and predictable.

Lets examine Donalds proposal by analyzing some of his critics responses.

Reliable RINO Paul Ryan (his initials are not PR for nothing) called it unconstitutional. He burnished his PC credentials by adding that the First Amendment’s protection of the free exercise of religion would not allow such a ban. This is either a willful misinterpretation of Donalds proposal or the First Amendment or both. Either way it is political correctness, and constitutional ignorance, of the highest order. Trump did not call for banning Muslim worship in America, that would certainly violate the First Amendment. Given the overwhelming amount of violence perpetrated by a single “religion” Donalds position is entirely reasonable. A moratorium on moslem immigration, especially from problem countries is prudent and legal. Until congress, not the Kenyan moslem, figures out how to screen out the radical moslems and allow only those who provide some benefit to America, Donalds plan makes a whole lot of sense.

Mitch Mitch, the Kenyans bitch McConnell (sorry, I couldn’t help myself), called Donalds proposal “completely and totally inconsistent with American values.” As if Captain Cave In understood anything about Americas values. Since when was it an “American” value to import your enemies into your country? It is bad enough he has supported the Kenyans funding and arming of ISIS and has allowed the said Kenyan to place Muslim Brotherhood operatives in a dozen or more sensitive government positions. Now, in order to placate his moslem master he is willing to sacrifice American citizens. Just to tie up one of Captain Cave in’s loose ends, I’m certain the policy could be adapted to allow moslem heads of state to enter America. They may be boorish, self centered and overly spoiled but as a general rule they don’t wear suicide vests and prefer their 72 virgins in the here and now.

Fox News’ talking head Dana Perino, who’s real skill I have been unable to determine, worries that Trump’s policy doesn’t “distinguish the peaceful from the radicals.” As current policy doesn’t either I don’t see where her conflict comes from. I guess the urge to get on the political correctness bandwagon was simply to overwhelming.

For all you social justice warriors complaining about the prospect of religious discrimination the facts, as usual, are not on your side. Since 2011 some 2,184 “refugees” from Syria have been admitted to the US. Considering that only 53 of those were Christians (2.4 %, the rest were moslems) and that the Kenyan is deporting from America Iraqi Christians (most likely to certain death) it seems like religious discrimination is already the Kenyans policy. Funny how you have said nothing about that, isn’t it.

I despair at having to point out the obvious but there is no “constitutional right” by non-citizens to “immigrate” to America. I also find it somewhat humorous that the very same people who insist that America cannot be the worlds policeman now demand that we become the worlds social worker. Then there are the following facts to consider. ISIS has promised to infiltrate the “refugee” population and now has the ability to produce false Syrian passports. Given their fanatical desire to kill Americans what is the point of potentially allowing even one of them into America? Just how many more Americans have to be killed before the Kenyan and his henchmen discover their duty to protect us? Before the liberals who blindly support him stop placing feeling good about themselves over the good of America?

How about the question no one seems willing to ask. Exactly how have the 1.5 million Muslims admitted since 9/11 made our country better? Is Dearborn MI better off since the moslems have taken over? Is San Bernardino better off? Is Boston better off? Is Chattanooga better off? Is Fort Hood better off? Is Star Transport better off after having to pay $240,000 to two moslems who refused to do their jobs? Just what have moslems brought to America? They tend to be massive consumers of welfare, consistent attackers of anything that “offends” them (which is everything normal and decent), constantly demanding special accommodations and privileges while working nonstop to impose their ideology (islam is not a religion) on us. You know, the peaceful ideology of sexual mutilation of women, honor killings, pedophilia and the right to kill anyone who disagrees with them. The FBI says there are more than a thousand active investigations of ISIS in all 50 states. Is importing more potential terrorists really an “American value?” Finally, given their often militant refusal to assimilate tell me again, why do we need any moslems at all?

Peter Spiro, an alleged constitutional scholar wrote in the NY Times that Trumps plan was “reprehensible.” Given the Times loathing of anything normal and decent this is not surprising. Still, in a rare fit of intellectual honesty Mr. Spiro conceded the plan’s constitutionality. Quoting a 1977 Supreme Court decision that said in part, “in the exercise of its broad power over immigration and naturalization, Congress regularly makes rules that would be unacceptable if applied to citizens.” Spiro further noted that the president does not need Congress’s permission to act, “The Immigration and Nationality Act gives the president the authority to suspend the entry of ‘any class of aliens’ on his finding that their entry would be ‘detrimental to the interests of the United States.’” So in the Kenyans world, this means potential moslem mass murders good, quiet peaceful Christians bad. Got it.

For those people who keep telling me what a positive addition moslems are to America I can only ask, have seen what they have done to their own countries? Have you no sense of moslem history? Do you not know what they have done to countries that have allowed them to immigrate in vast numbers? Sweden went in five years from one of the lowest crime rates in the civilized world to the rape capitol of Europe. The dirty secret is that the vast majority of those rapes are committed by moslems. Lebanon was once a peaceful, prosperous Christian nation boasting the Paris of the Middle East, Beirut. Today Beirut is mostly a slum and the jewel of the Middle East is now a violent moslem terrorist strong hold. The tragedy of Dearborn, MI is unfolding before our eyes yet no one dares speak about it. A police officer working west London said: “Islamification has and is occurring. You have to have extra vigilance in certain parts when you are working.” Another brave police officer pointed out that in Lancashire the police have to ask local Muslim leaders for permission to send patrols into their communities. It takes a pretty sick mind to view these examples as positive outcomes of moslem immigration.

Even the moslem majority countries that have not become cesspools are prime examples of why temporally halting moslem immigration is a good thing. Does America really need tens of thousands more “immigrants” who believe that women are property, that rape is acceptable, that suicide bombing is honorable, that having sex with children as young as two years old is normal, that having sex with animals is okay, that murder is allowed and unpunishable under dozens of circumstances, that throwing homosexuals to their deaths is a pleasant afternoon outing and that drawing cartoons is a terminal offense? I say not only no but hell no.

To the Kenyan and his supporters though, this is the progress they intend to import to America and Allah, the Kenyan and his minions forbids you to question it. The millions of moslems around the world who remain silent about the rampant violence perpetrated in the name of their “religion” forbid you question it. You, gentle reader, are required to go meekly into your servitude or, should you protest too much, your death.

From around 1924 to 1965 America had no legal immigration. I think it is time to repeat that with exceptions for the real victims of genocide, Middle Eastern Christians. It is time that we rescued those being crucified, not those doing the crucifying. This does not make me intolerant or anti moslem. It makes me human. Until moslems can find a way to propel themselves out of the seventh century and into the 21st century they should remain in their own countries where they can rape, mutilate and kill each other at will and pretend that Allah loves them for doing so.

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The Value Of A Question

At one of the three jobs I work (to support my family and at least two welfare families) I have an associate who vehemently claims to be a libertarian yet, if you listen to him talk, he is as liberal as the day is long. As I make no secret of my avowed conservatism he misses no opportunity to play his version of “gotcha” on me. His preferred method to make me admit how mean I am, until just recently, was the carefully crafted, factually inaccurate or emotionally based question. It has become a good natured way (we both served in the Navy) to keep my rhetorical skills sharp while educating a decent sort who has allowed himself to be mislead by his desire not to be seen as an evil conservative.

Questions are an invaluable way to make an instant, undeniable point. Liberals learned this a long time ago with the “When did you stop beating your wife” type questions. Despite their misuse of the tactic (liberals use it as a propaganda technique), it is a sound one and conservatives should use it at every opportunity. A well-placed question often accomplishes two goals. One, it silences the liberal for a moment or two (until the talking points kick in) and second (and more valuable) it causes the less rabidly oriented to think on some level.

A perfect example came about during a conversation on the so-called Palestinians and Israel’s “occupation” of their “historic” homeland. I simply had to ask the following question. If the arabs were there first, why is the al aqsa mosque built on top of the Temple Mount instead of the other way around? The question is factually accurate and that facts very existence destroys the narrative that Israel is occupying anything.

When my associate tried to engage me on the conservative “war on women” farce I did what I always do, let him go on and on until he ran out of steam. As I already know he is a huge supporter of importing thousands of Syrian fighting age male “refugees” who cannot be properly vetted, I asked him a simple question. Why is it okay to import thousands of alleged Syrians who believe it is perfectly acceptable to kill a women who has been raped unless she had four male witnesses?

During a recent discussion (I use the term discussion lightly) on the budget I got an earful about how broke the government was how critical it was for taxes on the rich to be raised. Of course I had a question. How is it the government is so broke seniors on Social Security cannot get a moderate cost of living raise but there is enough money to give thousands of so called “refugees” food stamps, housing, college and medical care?

Sometimes the question can be a humorous one. During a discussion about the “normalcy” of homosexuality I of course had a question. If lesbians aren’t attracted to men why are they attracted to women who look like men?

During a discussion on tolerating islam I naturally had a question. Why is it ok for liberals to hate Christians for believing marriage is between a man and a women (a biblical tenet) while remaining silent on the moslems religious right to kill gays (a koranic tenent)?

During a black lives matter conversation I simply had to ask, since, according to the so called Justice Department cops shoot and kill more whites every year than blacks, has there been a failure in the racist part of law enforcement training?

During a conversation on how fast food workers deserve a $15 an hour wage, you guessed it, I had to ask, why would you consider “you want fries with that” a career option? This conversation actually morphed into a reasonably intelligent debate. At the end of the day though my associate would not answer my final question, if $15 an hour is good for fast food workers why is it not good for every worker? In fact, why not really show your compassion and make the minim wage $50 or even $75 an hour. Surely that’s a livable wage for everyone. He didn’t want to admit it to me but I already knew. He had done the math and realized that his demands were financially unsound.

Sometimes you simply have to illustrate absurdity with absurdity. While discussing so-called hate crimes laws I had to ask a few questions. Why is it more wrong for a white man to rob a black man than the other way around? If a gay man and a black man are robbed by a white heterosexual male, who is the more aggrieved victim? The gay or the black? If they are robbed by a gay Native American is there any victim?

In a black lives matter conversation gun control came up. I had to point out that the same people who claim it is “open season” on young black men by the police are the ones publicly insisting that police are the only people who should be trusted to have guns. They need to answer this question. Isn’t that a racist position?

Sometimes, if a question is good enough, you can tackle two sacred cows at once. Example, if global warming causes terrorism then why aren’t Christians and Jews strapping on suicide vests and themselves blowing up in crowded places? That question ended our conversation right then and there.

Questions like these are an opportunity to educate. When used against a thoroughly indoctrinated liberal these kind of questions generally produce one of two results. Stunned silence, which can be awesome to watch or a total degeneration into blathering name-calling. On some occasions that one question can educate. Therein lies the point of a well crafted, well-asked question. It can affect a certain amount of change.

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