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Betraying Campaign Promise, Refugee Admissions Will Explode in Coming Weeks

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In the wake of Manchester, Berlin, Paris, Nice, etc., this is unconscionable.

Did the election mean nothing? Is the left permanently in control? They staged a coup without firing a shot.

Stunning news: Trump State Department opens the flood gates, refugee admissions will explode in coming weeks

Posted by Ann Corcoran on May 27, 2017

Betraying the voters who elected Donald Trump, the Department of State slipped the news to the contractors on Thursday who then slipped the news to the New York Times just as you were packing up for the beach or getting ready for a family barbecue using the federal government’s favorite holiday weekend trick to bury the news.

Tillerson and Trump cave….

Forget everything I said in my post yesterday about Trump’s “average” admissions. If they do as they are now saying they will, Donald Trump will be responsible for one of six highest resettlement years since 9/11.***

U.S. Quietly Lifts Limit on Number of Refugees Allowed In

New York Times, May 27, 2017:

WASHINGTON — Despite repeated efforts by President Trump to curtail refugee resettlements, the State Department this week quietly lifted the department’s restriction on the number of refugees allowed to enter the United States.

The result could be a near doubling of refugees entering the country, from about 830 people a week in the first three weeks of this month to well over 1,500 people per week by next month, according to refugee advocates. Tens of thousands of refugees are waiting to come to the United States.

The State Department’s decision was conveyed in an email on Thursday to the private agencies in countries around the world that help refugees manage the nearly two-year application process needed to enter the United States.

In her email, Jennifer L. Smith, a department official, wrote that the refugee groups could begin bringing people to the United States “unconstrained by the weekly quotas that were in place.”

[….]

Refugee groups now predict that entries into the United States could increase so rapidly that the total number of refugees admitted by Sept. 30, the end of the fiscal year, could exceed 70,000.

[….]

Refugee advocates were delighted by the State Department’s decision.

“This is long overdue, but we’re very happy,” said Mark Hetfield, president and chief executive of HIAS, an immigrant aid society.

Continue reading here as the contractors say they are worried for next year.  Oh, sure they are.

Bottomline is that it appears that the REPUBLICAN Congress (never forget they want to keep big business donors happy by providing a steady supply of cheap labor) appropriated gobs of money for refugee resettlement! 

And, the Trump Administration (remember Trump campaigned with talk of a moratorium on refugee resettlement) appears to have no fight left in them on this issue (other issues too!).

***Here are the refugee admissions since 9/11. Bush had only 2 years in excess of 70,000 and Obama had 3 of his 8 years higher than 70,000.

2001: 87,259 (this year’s number would have been proposed by Clinton in the fall of 2000)

2002: 45,896

2003: 39,554

2004: 79,158

2005: 69,006

2006: 41,223

2007: 48,282

2008: 60,191

2009: 74,654

2010: 73,311

2011: 56,424

2012: 58,238

2013: 69,926

2014: 69,987

2015: 69,993

2016: 84,994

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  • katzkiner

    With the carnage breaking loose all over the Western nations they can’t claim they do not know what they are doing to the citizens.
    We need new governments.
    These can’t be fixed.
    We tried everything to avoid this. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/30e10ae9622cb1333ab86084ec2391fc1a82120610f5ef84cab207e05c0854c3.png

    • Michael Buley

      They know … man, I don’t like the words with that picture … I hope they never come to pass. But a lot of people seem to be making it a thing of the past …. What is it in human nature — so many — that they want to be controlled and be slaves? Or maybe it’s just they want zero responsibility for their lives, or the world.

      • CreoleGumbo

        They are just ignorant “useful idiots.” They have lived with freedom for so long that they have not idea what they are really doing. How many of them have ever traveled to Communist countries? Most do not even have sufficient education to know what Communism is.

        This is just one little summary on American ignorance of history and government:
        http://thoughtcatalog.com/nico-lang/2013/10/14-surprising-things-americans-dont-know-according-to-poll-numbers/

        • Mustafa Curtess

          How many communist countries have you travled to?

          • CreoleGumbo

            How may have you been to?

          • CreoleGumbo

            How many and which Communist Countries have you been to?

      • joanofark06

        Yup, muslims will tell Americans, how to dress, what to eat, how to think, how to pray, where to go….etc etc…..the lazy people of America, deserve it…but then it will affect the ones that want to fight back!! But it’ll be too late..

        • Mustafa Curtess

          Strange – they don’t do those things in their own countries. ( Leastwise none of the several I’ve been in.) (OK – prayers are formal ritual done only a certain way, and they aren’t allowed to eat pork. But way off on the clothing, thinking , and “going”).

    • Ebayer

      A future gang rape victim? She fits the profile.

    • OverIt

      Would never happen like the picture. She’d be in a burka.

  • Patrick

    Trump has no legitimate excuse for this. Never trust a politician or an outsider either, or so it seems.

    • 4q

      Trump is just honoring a U.S. commitment Obama made with Australia….

      • Patrick

        As I said no legitimate excuse.

        • 4q

          You know the old saying “Every asshole has an opinion”

      • felix1999

        Not really, Trump is working with the COUNTRIES where they came from to TAKE THEM BACK.

      • Steve Parker

        No the Australian agreement was for about 1300 people provided they could prove their claims.

  • Mahou Shoujo

    The lack of control that President Trump has over some key elements in government is disturbing. Who is running America?

    • Nathan

      The State Department answers directly to the president. They carry out HIS orders. They do not act on their own. That means this would be coming directly from Trump.

      • Mahou Shoujo

        There is a lot of explaining to be done. Starting now.

        • joanofark06

          If he doesn’t explain this on tv, to the American people, this country is a goner…

      • SHOTGUN285

        That’s one theory. The truth is a lot of career public servants work on their agencies long term agenda, and don’t always follow the policies as laid out by the campaign promises. Also Trumps daughter and son in law are hard core leftists and pro immigrant, and I believe they have undue influence in the WH.

      • 4q

        True, but, the Trump administration has to follow laws that have been passed by Congress. “The Refugee Act of 1980: Problems and Congressional Concerns. The Refugee Act of 1980 was the most comprehensive U.S. law ever enacted concerning refugee admissions and resettlement. … Finally, the method and financing of resettlement assistance to refugees is likely to remain the subject of debate.”

    • wilypagan

      Traitors in the intelligence services.

      • Mahou Shoujo

        The President is going to have to clan house at the same time as draining the swamp.

        • joanofark06

          This is NO more…draining the swamp..

      • IzlamIsTyranny

        There are muslum collaborating traitors and muslums in all branches of the federal government.

    • fab feringhee

      trump was bought before the election or he never would have been allowed to make it.

      • Michael Buley

        always been my fear.

      • Mahou Shoujo

        Wrong, if money could have bought the Presidency, hillary would have got it.

    • joanofark06

      Exactly what I’ve been asking about a month after he was elected!! My whole family was excited, with the few things he said he was going to do, and then he did a few things, around the first month, and then bam…it went downhill from there. And now this article…if Trump doesn’t say anything to the American people about this….then I’ll know, this country is a goner….I’m already so sad.

  • Voytek Gagalka

    So is that an effect of his last visit to Saudi Arabia and his “concession” to those savages? I was warning for some time now that he definitely has had chosen WRONG advisors. So far I am not sure if that hint is just gossip of enemedia or fact. Let wait and see.

  • Lisa Askwit ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ

    Can we INSIST That these Refugees be the CHRISTIANS, THIS TIME AROUND???!!!! THEY NEED to get out of the Middle East!

    • Michael Buley

      No. Christians are, by all evidence, systematically excluded from being allow to get out. They should be the FIRST ones out … and they don’t get out at all. Instead, they are decimated.

      • mrbubble

        Where’s that “evidence?” Christians are NOT being systematically excluded. That’s a myth. And, less than half (45%) of the refugees brought into this country so far this year have been muslims. That means the majority are non-muslims, including many, many thousands of Christians (Baptists, Catholics, Evangelicals, Pentecostals, Protestants, Jehovah’s Witnesses).

        I case you’re new around here, it is against the U.S. Constitution to favor – or disfavor – any one religion over another. Period.

        • fab feringhee

          islam is not a religion.

          • mrbubble

            Yeah, and War is Peace, Freedom is Slavery and Ignorance is Strength.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            Nobody qualified to make that observation agrees with you.

        • SHOTGUN285

          Actually it doesn’t say that. The 1st Amendment is ONLY to 1.) prevent the US govt from establishing a state religion, or 2.) mandating which religion citizens must adhere to. Any other interpretation clearly goes against the original intent. Furthermore statutory law provides the president with power to deny entry to any person(s) for any reason deemed to be in the interest of national security. The recent rulings by activist judges are absurd, and would not stand up to SCOTUS scrutiny.

          But you are correct that Christians are not being purposefully excluded (as far as I can tell). The reason we aren’t seeing many Christians come through is because UNHCR is ONLY taking people from refugee camps and through their local contacts. Christians won’t go to these camps for fear of persecution by the Muslims that outnumber them significantly. So they are forced to find another way to escape, and UNHCR is not lifting a finger to try and locate those displaced persons that are not in the camps or other areas where they operate.

          • Michael Buley

            If the end result is that they can’t escape — the reasons are known, and continue; UNHCR makes no concessions to help Christians, and for fear of their lives, again, they cannot go that way — they’re not specifically being excluded. The end result is that they are.

          • SHOTGUN285

            Oh I wasn’t defending UNHCR. I find their entire program to be a farce, just talking about what it’s like on the ground there. I just got back from Lebanon a week ago. There aren’t nearly as many Syrians begging in the streets as their were 2 years ago, but it’s still a problem. People get bored in the camps and don’t want to stay, so they move to an urban center and hopefully find some kind of work, but many don’t and just live until their money runs out. They’d be better off if we put some effort into developing economic zones in Jordan and Lebanon rather then leave them in camps or begging on the streets. This would benefit both the displaced people as well as the host nations, who are struggling to absorb such a massive influx of people. This would also give them a leg up when the war dies down and they are ready to return home. Most of them don’t want to come to the US permanently, they just want their lives back.

          • Michael Buley

            most of us, all over the world, just want pretty basic and simple lives, for ourselves, and everyone else. thanks for the notes from the real front in Lebanon. I’ve never been to the Middle East. Is it a fair question to ask, ‘What do you think is really going on with all of this?’ You’ve been there, it sounds like quite a bit. Most of us haven’t. I’m sure seeing it in person, changes your perspective.

          • SHOTGUN285

            The refugee problem is very tough, because Lebanon is a country of only about 4 million people, and to absorb over 1 million refugees is staggering. Imagine the US being flooded with 80 million refugees in a short span of time. That’s what it would be like.

            Yes, i agree with you that most people just want to live and be able to care for their family in a safe environment, and most Lebanese people I’ve met are the same. I haven’t met many Syrians directly, but I expect that most are also the same, they just want safety and security.

            A more durable solution needs to be found in the region, and that includes economic development for those that are displaced, to included education and training and startup initiatives that will help them build capital, a skill set, and provide safety and stability for the millions that will never make it to the US anyway. It would reduce the burden on the host nations and help give the refugees better opportunities when they decide to move home (assuming the conflict ends in a reasonable time of course). Some will possibly stay in their new location if they invest too much.

            The current refugee resettlement program is unworkable in my opinion, and really doesn’t help the vast majority of displaced persons. The system is totally corrupted by the influence of several resettlement for profit groups, some thinly disguised and Christian groups trying to help people in need, but what they mostly do is lobby congress for more quotas, as more refugees translates to even more government funding. Then they dump the refugees in small towns you’ve never heard of, only give them a few months of support, and then the refugees are left with little hope of assimilating properly into their new home.

            Also the UNHCR process is really shady at best. The US is forced to rely almost entirely upon the recommendations of the UN personnel, many of whom are local nationals, and the US doesn’t get an opportunity to determine who really screens these refugees. Most of it is based on a couple of short interviews, as most documentation has been destroyed. There are no police or other govt records that can be used to weed out dangerous people, and most decisions are based purely on the word of the refugee. Once they’ve been placed in the resettlement program to the US, they are on a very fast track to becoming US citizens, with very little actual vetting taking place in the entire process.

            I also dislike the idea of “playing God”, which is in effect what we are doing. We help a handful of people while millions still suffer, yet the resettlement program seems to be the only program currently aimed at a durable solution. If there is something else going on I’d like to know about it. My opinion is that a better option would be to help the people where they are now, rather than on just plucking a lucky few as if it were a lottery.

            The UNHCR program is supposed to be for those most at risk, but truthfully most of the refugees are not currently at serious risk of violence or death or illness, so to me resettlement of a few is not the answer. We need a durable solution that helps millions, not just a few thousand.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            Nice, dispassionate overview.
            I will only add that in my considerd opinion (I’ve lived and travelled in the M.E. for many years): This unfolding tragedy is the direct result of the USA “playing God” – in a region it had only a partial and distorted understanding of.

          • SHOTGUN285

            I would dispute that. This unfolding tragedy is the result of the Britain and France carving up the carcass of the Ottoman Empire at the end of WWI. Creating arbitrary borders and nations that suited their own economic interest rather than the realities on the ground. Couple that with the Soviet Union and their post WWII program of disinformation, spreading lies and hate about the US and Israel and “Zionists”, creating fake political movements like the PLO, and fake political leaders like Yassir Arafat (an egyptian with fake papers to make him appear to be palestinian), that is the real root cause of the problems in the ME today. We may have made some clumsy missteps in recent history, but this monster was born when the US was still an infant on the world stage.

          • mrbubble

            The Anti-Establishment Clause of the First Amendment inherently prohibits the government from preferring any one religion over another or conversely discriminating against any one religion over another.

            Regarding UNHCR and Christians, it is absolutely not correct that UNHCR is “only” resettling refugees from refugee camps. Most refugees in the world are not in refugee camps (the majority find their way to urban centers) and, once registered with UNHCR, those in camps and those not in camps are similarly considered for resettlement.

          • SHOTGUN285

            sorry i worded that poorly but if you look you’ll see i said only camps and through local contacts, by which I meant they have UNHCR offices in several locations. Also part of the issue is that if someone doesn’t register first as a refugee, then request resettlement, no one really reaches out to them as far as I know. Many are just trying to find odd jobs or living off savings or money sent from relatives abroad.

          • mrbubble

            Yes, The first step for any refugee is to apply for refugee status which you can only get from the UNHCR who work at borders, in camps, in cities – wherever there are refugees.

            It’s also very true that many, perhaps most refugees, struggle to survive, and less than 1% will ever be resettled. The UN tries to identify and recommend the most vulnerable and also those more likely to do well in resettlement. As many seem to forget, being a refugee sucks, it certainly is not something anyone chooses.

          • Drew the Infidel

            It is the Establishment Clause, not Anti-Establishment, you semi-literate raghead jackwad, referring to the government’s not seeking to establish a state religion like the one the colonists were fleeing.

          • mrbubble

            “The Anti-Establishment Clause, also sometimes confusingly labelled the Establishment Clause or the Religion Clause, is the first of several pronouncements in the First Amendment to the United States Constitution”

            I know exactly what it is and why it was included in our constitution.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            The “religious right” is clamoring to in effect ESTABLISH a state religion. Unfortunately no place exists anywhere in the globe to escape it TO – any more.

          • SFTOBEY

            You’re so full of shiite you’re bubbling over – troll.

          • mrbubble

            I love it when u talk dirty to me!

          • Mustafa Curtess

            Gosh! You love to make so many sweeping assumptions and generalizations. Those circuit court judges angered me at first – too. Until more info trickled in – that Trump had made his intent clear in his campaign. The justices could not in good conscience ignore that – since he could not prove that the immigration ban was NOT religiously selective. Had he not made that campain promise (to cater to xenophobic voters) – there would have been no objection to it.

          • SHOTGUN285

            You need to get out more. The dems deliberately went judge shopping to find a few left-wing activist judges to play this game.
            http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/immigration/316871-trumps-immigration-ban-is-clumsy-but-perfectly-legal
            http://www.nationalreview.com/article/444371/donald-trump-executive-order-ban-entry-seven-muslim-majority-countries-legal

            The EO did NOT specify a religion or race for discrimination, and including off the cuff remarks from the campaign trail as evidence is absurd. Even at that he talked about keeping out muslim “extremists” not all muslims, and the EO included provisions to waive the restriction on a case by case basis. This is just more absurdity from the insane left.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            Campaign promise (paraphrased):”I’m going to halt Muslim immigration into the U.S.”. Follow up in office: “I’m going to keep my promise (Wink – Wink) but I will word my EO to suggest that I am NOT keeping my promise”.
            Look! I still support Trump – if only because he kept Hilary out of the Oval Office. But I’ve been around long enough to recognize the tricks that men in power use on the public (and on themselves).
            And besides: Trump has met with the Saudi King, and other Arab leaders, and (sharp as he is) – he may have picked up on some facts and thoughts that he wasn’t aware of previously. (Females aren’t the only ones capable if changing their minds when they allow their intelligence to overrule their emotions.)
            Anyone that expects Trump to base his policies upon the preponderance of the hysterical comment on Facebook – are in line for a big disappointment.
            One thing seems clear: Trump is not driven by hysterics – and his “legacy” likely won’t be the cataclysmic clash between Christianity and Islam that so much comment on here seems to be agitating for.

          • SHOTGUN285

            Good comments.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            Of COURSE they did! (Was anything less expected?) Virtually daily I read items by well-known right-leaning commentators, observing that Trump is out-maneuvered by the ‘”insane left”. I no longer expose myself to the MSM – but even so – I still know more about what Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters, etc. are saying – than I do What Trump is doing and saying. For that matter there is more comment on Mrs. Trump – that is of no political interest of any kind.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            I’m not so sure that religion is included in that “for any reason”. So much comment about the Immigration Acts on here (and so much distortion) I read not only the acts – but the history of them. Seems that the first one was to allow the deportation of Chinese which had been encouraged to immigrate to build the western part of the railroad, and then allowed their deportation when they were “no longer needed”. The courts threw that out (after it was too late) and it had to be amended once and replaced twice.
            Nationality/ Ethnicity was definitely off the table, so presumably religion was also – by default, perhaps. Nationals of countries we were at war with is a no-brainer. But since no war has (yet) been declared on Islam – Muslims can not just automatically be deemed a “threat”.
            Contrary to popular assumptions, it was not an “easy call” – since Trump had announced his intentions during the campaign – and the court could not ignore that. The strategy to uphold the second EO was to have a plaintiff poised to challenge it within minutes of signing before a court that could be expected to uphold it. I haven’t seen any explanation why that failed.

          • SHOTGUN285

            When the act was written, it was presumably (by me anyway) pointed at groups, movements, organizations, etc, that were a distinct threat to national security. Going out on a limb I’m guessing it was aimed at communists. That being said, it’s also not hard to make the argument that Islam is not a religion as it is understood in the western sense. Islam controls all facets of society, including religion, commerce, sex, marriage, criminal justice, political leadership, etc. It is in fact a totalitarian socio-theocratic control mechanism, that is about as 1984 as you can get. I think Trump just had shitty lawyers. And regarding your assertion that countries we are at war with are a no-brainer, I agree, but again, he didn’t (in the EO) specify religious or ethnic groups, and the logic behind the EO was sound. Notice he did not ban people from every country with a muslim majority. Indonesia has the largest muslim population on earth, yet the ban did not include them. The truth is that the 7 countries named either 1.) had no reciprocal security agreement with the US to help identify and restrict potential threats, or 2.) simply had no effective security apparatus at all, that was even capable of cooperating with US authorities. Restricting entry from countries that are incapable or unwilling to provide security information for potential visitors is not even remotely unreasonable in any way.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            I don’t agree that Islam is any more totalitarian than Christianity is. All those influences on government you mention are de-facto the same here except that it is retrained slightly by our constitution (that no other nation actually has). I hope I can make the point that were we overwhelmingly Hindu -for example – our political leadership, society, commerce, sex, marriage, and criminal justice would be quite different – even with the exact same constitution. Now our Christian majority are clamoring for even MORE influence – and I can’t imagine that any honest person could deny that convincingly. Hard won progress in civil and human rights is under attack – even tho they take nothing away from the Christian community. (“Because the Bible says so” – and NO other reason.) “Separation of church and state” has always been a myth until fairly recently. The myth is being reinstated.

          • SHOTGUN285

            As Voltaire said, “Comparison is not reason”. Trying to compare the Christian influence on our society vs the unyielding demands placed by Islam on it’s adherents is apples and oranges.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            You are correct that it is apples and oranges -each one certain that it is”best” – ignoring the context in which it probably is – and that neither is tranferrable to the context the other has proven best in.
            Only the realities of today are important – regardless what events many centuries ago may have contributed to today’s reality.
            Introducing a long-dead (Christian?) philosopher – who has nothing to contribute toward a viable solution – is merely a useless distraction.
            Islam actually expanded easily into contiguous societies where it was needed and easily homogenized – and at at some point several centuries ago it merely contained itself into a comfortable, reliable, isolation.
            With its aggressive, expansionist, urge – (which transcends continents and oceans) Christianity can not abide by that, and as we are seeing – does so both militarily and evangelically. Hence: What may be developing as a major, tragic, cultural clash is upon us.

        • IzlamIsTyranny

          The Constitution isn’t a suicide pact muslum monkey.

          • mrbubble

            Fortunately, that’s not for you to decide. But, hey you go keep exaggerating if it makes you feel better. I’d love to be there when you or a loved one get wheeled into the emergency room and a “muslim monkey” doctor is there to save your/their life.

          • IzlamIsTyranny

            Considering medical jihad is the new reality across the western world muslum monkey none of your fellow allahtards will be treating me for anything.

          • mrbubble

            You are a genius!

          • IzlamIsTyranny

            Um one of my friends was “prescribed” a potentially lethal dosage of coumadin by a muslum rat doctor. He would’ve been in hospital if it hadn’t been for the fact an independent lab was monitoring his blood levels. He still has the paperwork proving the fact muslum rat.

          • mrbubble

            Wait, so you’re saying the doctor intentionally tried to kill your friend? And the reason is because the doctor is a muslim? Did I get that right?

            If that’s true, that’s a heck of a story. Should be on 60 Minutes! And of course your friend pressed charges and got a huge malpractice suit and the doctor is in prison. That’s what happened, right?

            Hold on, the real story is that you actually have a friend. Or is that just fake news?

          • Mustafa Curtess

            What was the result of the malpractice suit?

          • Mustafa Curtess

            You wouldn’t have any choice in the matter – and they serve Islamophobes and fellow Muslims impartially.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            And there is plenty of them!

        • SFTOBEY

          BS! No one has a RIGHT to be allowed into the U.S! If and when President Trump has a cabinet that he can trust – and when the U.S. voters do THEIR jobs by getting rid of the RINOs in Congress – President Trump , with Congress, can – and SHOULD – refuse to admit muzlims (sic – on purpose) into this country!

          And oh, BTW, the Christians taken in are not from the muzscum-majority he!!holes where they are being genocided by muzscum.

          • mrbubble

            Not likely, but a girl can dream!

          • joanofark06

            Your a “girl”, and call yourself “mrbubble”?? Are you one of those transvestites???

          • mrbubble

            One of “those?” I’ll have to check!

        • joanofark06

          Sounds like a mainstream news reader….

          Apparently mrbubble, you haven’t seen what’s going on in the US…. “it’s against the US Constitution to favor or disfavor any one religion over another”….wow, tell that to Tommy who’s required now, to learn the 5 pillars of Islam, for his homework!! What you don’t about what’s happening in this country, is a mindblower….you reallly need updating, about what their pushing in every school, from grade, to colleges, to universities!! How many links to stories, that will show you what’s going on in just THAT area of the world, do you want?? I have them! Don’t you realize, unfortunately, that our Constitution got scrapped a few years ago? Where have you been?? Americans and their rights and freedoms, and soon, even their lives, are being exterminated, to make way for muslims and their Islam! You haven’t seen that yet, but wait, you will…get educated, and quit reading mainstream news, and get with the REAL times. Unfortunately, people like you, are still drinking their beer, while watching their football team. You sir, are the one that’s “new around here”!

          • mrbubble

            I don’t really care for football.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            SCOTUS has just now ruled that Judeo-Christianity (and ONLY that) now MUST be taught in public school. Went further by saying that the only thing that CAN be taught about Islam is that it is violent and that all Muslims are dangerous terrorists. (I read that on facebook just two days ago – so it must be true.) So you can relax – now.

          • J Ian

            And what is the case number? Plaintiff? Defendant?

          • Mustafa Curtess

            IDK – it was announced on Facebook 2 days ago – with a direct quote by Justice Gorsuch. I take the text with a grain of salt but the quote seemed to confirm it.

        • Irwin Stolzenberg Dds

          Foreigners have no rights under the constitution until they step into theU.S.A.

          • mrbubble

            Who said anything about that? Also, I have a pain in my molar, can you help?

        • Lisa Askwit ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ

          Well, Obomination was certainly Able to REALLY Favor the Muslim Refugees OVER the Christian ones, Somehow….

          • Mustafa Curtess

            “Certainly”? Cite any specific, confirmable, example on which you base that certainty. Explain in what way Obama was “ABLE” to do so.
            I will admit that it “sounds” like something that might be true, and under the circumstances, one might “expect” it to be true – but I have NO reason to believe that it is true. Please convince me.

          • Lisa Askwit ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ

            When you consistently see VERY Low ratios of Christians to Muslims being admitted into the US, you become Very Suspicious. http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/patrick-goodenough/administrations-syrian-refugee-target-passes-23-mark-03-percent

          • Mustafa Curtess

            Scroll up and a really smart guy that researches things before he posts them – says the opposite.

          • mrbubble

            No, you REALLY made that up. The fact of the matter is that at this moment in history, there are many more muslim refugees in the world than Christian. Despite what you think you know Lisa Dimwit, our refugee program absolutely does NOT favor or discriminate based on religion. Were you aware that LESS THAN HALF, that means less than 50% or what is sometimes called “a minority,” of the refugees resettled in the US in recent years were muslim?That means that MORE THAN HALF or more than 50% were non-muslims, including tens of thousands of Christians.

          • Lisa Askwit ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ

            Oh, so now you’re going to resort to childish name calling? Sticks and Stones, Bubbles. So tell me that I’m making this up. Maybe this article is “making this up” but I’m Not! http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/patrick-goodenough/administrations-syrian-refugee-target-passes-23-mark-03-percent

          • mrbubble

            It is true that very few Syrian Christians have come to the US as refugees, but the reason is not, as some would believe, some sort of evil plot to favor Muslims.

            The simple fact is the war in Syria has created many, many times more Muslim refugees than Christians. In order to become a “refugee” – which is a specific legal status under international law – a person must do two things: cross an international border and register with UNHCR.

            We know that before the war started, the population of Syria was between 5-10% Christian. Some live in areas unaffected by the war, some may have fled, but have not left the country and therefore are “internally displaced persons” not refugees. Some may have fled the country but managed to get to a safe haven on their own (many are with family and friends in Lebanon). I have met several Syrian christians in the US who got here on student or business visas and have applied for asylum in order to stay here.

            For comparison, look at the numbers of Iraqi Christians who have been registered as refugees and resettled. Of all the Iraqis resettled in the US this fiscal year (since October 1, 2016), 72% were Muslims, which means 28% were non-Muslims, mostly Christians and Yazidis.

            This data is constantly updated, you can check for yourself anytime on this website: http://ireports.wrapsnet.org/

            So, despite what some may want to believe, there’s absolutely no evidence that the US or any other country involved in helping refugees has discriminated against Christians.

            If you’re sincerely interested, take a look at this article: http://www.factcheck.org/2017/01/christian-refugees-unfairly-kept-out-of-u-s/

            And sorry about the name calling.

          • Lisa Askwit ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ

            Thank you for providing me with more fact checking sites. It sounds like you want to get to the Truth of these matters, as well. You have just found more supportive sites than I have. I will add these to my “collection”. And thank you for the apology. That is very honorable of you.

          • mrbubble

            I’m glad we can have a reasonable dialogue. We may not agree on everything, but we can try to understand other’s perspective and certainly try to clear up misinformation.

          • Lisa Askwit ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ

            Absolutely. It’s through open and honest dialogue that sooo many problems in the world could be worked out.

          • TyredofLibs

            Do you think everything is MADE UP if it doesn’t fit your narrative? Your weakness shows when all you can do is insult someone, it means that there is BS in YOUR OWN STORY and you are REDIRECTING. BTW, I’ve got some great ocean front property in Arizona to sell you, if you think that any amount of Muslims doesn’t constitute a invasion. You obviously know ZERO about their culture. Minority doesn’t mean much to them (and you have to admit that 45% is no small MINORITY). The rest of us can use caps too, thanks! 😉 If you’re so willing to defend their incompatible ways, you should go live with them. The smart people aren’t so trusting.

      • Lisa Askwit ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ

        Maybe with Obomination out of Office, and Trump In, perhaps that can change if we make a big enough STINK about it??

        • joanofark06

          I wish I could say “yeah”, but it would sound too weak…Trump is gonna suck his thumb, and let them aaaalll come in…and all we can do is protest in the street, about it, and no body’s even doing THAT!

      • Mustafa Curtess

        I would love to see some of that “evidence”. (Seems to me that they would be GLAD to get rid of them.)

    • CreoleGumbo

      There is no way to distinguish the Christians from the Muslims. Muslims practice takyya ALA lying. A Muslim can say that they converted to Christianity and are escaping the death penalty imposed by Islam. You will therefore have to place a time limit on how long they have to have been a “Christian” or find out how long they belonged to a church, which you cannot do (and we are not required to belong to churches), or you can test their knowledge of Christianity which would be a legal nightmare. No, you cannot accept ANY of them because there is no reliable way to tell the difference!

      • mrbubble

        This is utter nonsense, shared with one single intent: to disparage muslims. You obviously have no experience with anyone remotely connected with refugees, fleeing conflict or muslims.

        • IzlamIsTyranny

          LOL, as if anyone has to disparage muslums. Muslums slaughtered some 6 million people in assorted genocides in the 20th century and have already slaughtered ten thousand Nigerian Christians in the 21st. No one needs to disparage members of your damned, dumb, vile, violent, fascist, Jew hating death cult Abu Al Taqiyya.

          • joanofark06

            THANK YOU, IzlamIsTyranny!! (See my comment above)

        • CreoleGumbo

          You obviously do not know me nor do you know who I know.

        • joanofark06

          Oh boy, we have a muslim supporter in our midst! I’m sure mrbubble, could quote all 109 verses that say to kill…the atheists, the Jews, the Christians, the unbeliever (of islam), that are in the koran. Oh, mrbubble, I’m sure you don’t celebrate Valentine’s Day either, and don’t even get near snowmen, because there’s a “fatwa” against them!! Have you seen all pictures, or have you been around saudi arabia’s daily beheadings? Tell us all about them… And I’m sure I could find some time, a couple of days, to show you all the disgusting and brutal killings of children, men, and women, that I archive, just to show supporters of Islam, like you!

      • Lisa Askwit ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ

        Somehow Obomination was able to distinguish them. So, who knows but IF a Muslim starts attending Christian Churches, what’s to say that they may “feel the Spirit” and truly Convert? If they are found attending a Mosque, it will be grounds for their deportation? “There MUST be a Loophole! This kind of thing ALWAYS a Loophole!” (Lucy Van Pelt

        • CreoleGumbo

          Obama did not have to distinguish them. Muslims KNEW by his use of the name Hussein that Obama was a Muslim; and they KNEW that he would give preference to them. So there was no reason for them to hide and pretend to be Christians.

          But I assure you that if this country officially decides to give priority to Christians that many Muslims will practice taqiyya (just as Obama did when he claimed to be a Christian) and claim to be Christians in order to gain entry.

          Contrary to what “know it all” mrbubble below has to say, and clearly does NOT KNOW, is that I was in Iran in December 2008 shortly after Obama became POTUS. When my Muslim hosts learned that Obama’s middle name was Hussein they all said “We did not know that he is a Muslim.” When I asked how did they conclude that he was a Muslim when he claimed to be a Christian, they all broke out in laughter and said (what I already knew) that his use of the name Hussein meant that he was a Muslim and that he is practicing taqiyya in claiming to be a Christian. That is what they do!!!! That is what is commanded in the Koran.

          • Lisa Askwit ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ

            I would think that the Christians would know each other, and could recognise a “False Brother”.

          • joanofark06

            You mean, christians, with some intelligence…or at least a couple of brain cells!

          • Mustafa Curtess

            Just like the leaders of the Spanish Inquisition did. (Interesting how you people love to watch and judge each other.)
            So: The first time a “convert” from Islam commits a sin – he proves that he is a “False Brother”? (I’ve noticed that since I was about 13. One of the things that suggested that religion is a fraud and that people who follow ANY of them are Hypocrites.)
            Well – since that wasn’t keeping everybody else on the “straight and narrow” – we will legislate morality and the state will have to enforce it.
            That failed only because there wasn’t ENOUGH of it – and now you hope that Trump will “correct” it.

          • Lisa Askwit ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ

            Oh, like Muslims don’t “love to watch and judge others”…give me a break. And yes, I do see this as a Muslim Inquisition. (If someone can’t recite a passage from the Koran, they get killed) I never approved of the Spanish Inquisition, either. Jesus NEVER taught to KILL those who don’t believe in Him. He INVITED people to “Come Unto Him”. He was NEVER about FORCE, and ALWAYS about FREE AGENCY. And Yes, People Can be Very Hypocritical. We’re All Human, and thus subject to Various Sins at Any Given Moment.
            The Difference is that Some People will have Weak Moments, Trip Up, and Fail Miserably, yet they pick themselves up, assess what they did wrong, then Continue to Try to Improve, and Get Better. Others believe it to be too hard, so they give up, and fall away.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            The comment I replied to was converts to Christianity, that Christians just naturally know each other, (and in that way would be recognized as a “False Brother”). I say it can’t work , failed before, and it would be a terrible humanitarian tragedy if it was tried again.
            I only hope to encourage people to really THINK about the reality of what they say they want.
            It isn’t useful to exaggerate occasional instances of extreme fundamental Sharia justice – as if it is happening everywhere every day – which it is NOT.
            The headline topic is that more refugees from the M.E. are coming here. No need to repeat the boiler plate tirade about what you believe these refugees to be.
            Supposedly announced by our State Department (if Facebook is credible) which is part of the Trump Administration and ultimately has to follow his policy – (no matter how many Obama moles and saboteurs remain there).
            POTUS is NOT a dictator (which the religious right seems to wish him to be) – he serves within certain well- established legal guidelines even tho at times he may not wish to. He also promised to follow the Constitution and he seems to be doing so.

          • J Ian

            The “frequency” of the “implementation”: of :”sharia law” under a succession of adjudications, is not the issue. Sharia Law, is a subhuman set of laws, that is in direct violation of HUMANITY.
            It should never be allowed in any of our free countries.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            Who say that it should be? A few crack-pots propose it just to irritate bible -thumpers – but most Muslim emmigrants are escaping from it.

          • J Ian

            Once again Mustafa, you are proving to be nothing more than another retarded muslim. In spaIn, and the inquisition, the MUSLIMS, were PROTECTED, by THE GRANADA TREATY. Of course, you being such a propagandist for Islam, would never have read that document. It must be horrible for you, to try and compete with someone of my knowledge and education. Why don’t you go away? You have no chance against me., Seriously, I should be charging you money for this education

          • Mustafa Curtess

            Ah yes! The treaty.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            That’s strange ??? The Spanish Moors fled to Morrocco and the ones that didn’t – either converted or were killed. The Jews fled to the Netherlands.

          • joanofark06

            Exactly, I agree! I knew he was a muslim from the start, and then there were SO many people, who would deny it…it blew my mind! How could people not see that, with so much evidence. I mean, how many people’s videos on youtube, does it take, to wake people up??

          • CreoleGumbo

            I think it is because most Christians are ignorant of Islam. Most do not know that the HSN in a name such as Hassan and Hussein ALWAYS means that you are a Muslim and a Muslim for life. ALL Muslims know that but Christians do not. His use of that name after the election was a signal to the Muslim world that he was one of them just like holding up his index finger. Most Christians do not understand that taqiyya is a command to blend into the Christian world and pretend to be one of them until you are ready to cut off their heads. It is so much against the teachings of Christianity that Christians find it incomprehensible that lying is a command in any religion, and of course they do not realize that Islam is not a religion at all but a murderous cult that seeks to dominate the world. Christians foolishly believe that Allah is just another name for our God and they refuse to believe anything else even when it is slapping them in the face.

            Obama won the election in 2008 because most Christians could not tell that he was a Muslim and many suffered from “The 6th Sense” Syndrome as per the movie with Bruce Willis. “You see what you want to see and you hear what you want to hear;” and most Christians want to see and hear that when someone from the Middle East says they are a Christian that it is the truth.

          • Lisa Askwit ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ

            And they STILL can’t See It! It’s Amazing!!!

          • mrbubble

            Well, that proves it! Muslim=Bad, Obama = Muslim, Obama=Bad. Wow, so simple!

            You can rest assured, this country will NEVER give priority to Christians or any other religion as it is against our constitution, the founders made sure of that.

            “it does me no injury for my neighbour to say there are twenty gods, or no god. It neither picks my pocket nor breaks my leg” — Thomas Jefferson

          • IzlamIsTyranny

            Muslim=Bad? Gee allahtard, the slaughter of ten thousand Christians by muslums in the 21st century lends credence to that theory as do the MILLIONS of people being enslaved by f’ing muslums in Mauritania, the Sudan and the Islamic State right now.
            Get your lips circumcised for allah — without anesthesia.

          • J Ian

            True. Slavery of non muslims, is practiced today, by muslim governments.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            Now – more than ever – I wish that I COULD “rest assured”. (Have you read the latest from SCOTUS, and Justice Gorsuch’s comment about its intent?)

          • J Ian

            In closing, I would encourage you to remove yourself from the “islamo-Nazi” version of history, and think on your own. Good luck to you.

          • Lisa Askwit ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ

            Thomas Jefferson, obviously never encountered a Radical Muslim who would Kill him if he wasn’t able to correctly recite a passage from the Koran.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            Hah! As if that proves anything. Lots of Christians (mainly Islamophobic ones) recite Koranic passages (even if they don’t understand their true meaning). It is quite possible that Jefferson could do so, being an educated man himself. (Maybe you should memorize the opening surah. It is only a very short sentence – and would come in handy if you ever encounter a “Radical Muslim” – yourself.
            (Since they are EVERYWHERE these days – it is a miracle that you are still living!)

          • Lisa Askwit ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ

            Ok, Mustafa, are you going to tell me that we are Wrong about the Goal of Muslims being to commit Jihad through Hijrah, and Taqiyya throughout the World, so that they can usher in Global Sharia Law? Because I keep seeing video after video of Muslims bold-facedly stating, to whatever cameras are in front of them, that This IS the True Purpose of Migrating All Over The World and OutBreeding the Original Occupants, so that they can outvote, and overcome them. I keep seeing article after article of Muslims entering Countries and refusing to assimilate into their host’s Cultures, while isolating themselves into “No Go Zones” where they practice their Sharia Law, and Harass anyone who enters these zones who aren’t of their Faith, and are observed breaking Sharia Law? Even in reading the History of Islam, we see the same pattern repeated Over and Over again. So, how can you Expect us to Not Suspect, and thus be Wary that Islamic History will Repeat Itself, in Our Time and in Our Country?!

          • Mustafa Curtess

            I’m not “trying to tell you anything” – since you seem to seek out sources of information that confirm your darkest fears and suspicions and gobble up all the garbage they have to offer.
            One thing I can tell you for certain – tho: Is that “Hijrah” is the pilgrimage to to Mecca – and I can’t imagine that has anything with “taking over the world”. (You folks just find as many Arabic words as possible and throw them all out there to see if any of them stick.)
            As for “out-breeding” Christians – maybe that reflects your priorities in life (and your work is cut out for you). Better start “spreading them” – while the “barbarians”are stll less than 2% of our population.
            More to the point: Since you are so sure you have a life-threatining societal disease – what do you plan to do about it (besides gripe and call names).
            Bragging that yours is so much better than theirs is – doesn’t seem to be getting any results.
            Think you’re going to re-write the Constitution? (The Libs would be delighted to help you.) A little genocide – maybe? Excite a few lame-brain hot-heads to grab their guns and start shooting them? Burn all the mosques to the ground? (Careful there! Most of the jerks that have fire-bombed churches (NONE of them Muslims so far) were caught and sent to prison.)
            Oh! I got it! Throw bacon on them, start hog farms next door to them, shoot them with bullets dipped in pig blood (No-wait! That’s murder – unless you can arrange an “open-season”on them.)
            How’s about maybe convincing your government to start helping their countries -(instead of destroying them) – so they can stay where they belong? Reckon that might work?
            Just WHAT are you going to do?

          • J Ian

            No one hates muslims. There are very good muslim people in this world. Many. But, since Islam is a political system, based in a theocratic construct. It doesn’t matter at this point if the books are true or false. We cannot allow ourselves to be ruled by 7th century “animals” who worship
            a pedifile and “allah” the babylonian moon god. Not gonna happen. We fight.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            Well the only “fight” I’m seeing is calling people insulting names. How is that working for you? Give it a REST – man!

          • Lisa Askwit ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ

            Mustafa, a few years ago, I was all in favor of “Multiculturalism”. I had the “Coexist” bumper sticker, etc. I STILL WISH we could just All Get Along! But in the past several years, I have learned things, seen, and heard things that are indicating to me that all of this is just not working out in a large scale situation. I have talked to Muslim Friends (Yes, I do have Dear Muslim Friends) who have explained things to me, that even THEY are worried about the Extremists who are coming over here, and RUINING Everything, even for THEM! They tell me that the goal of the Extremists is to Spread Islam all over the World. They’re the ones who told me about Hijrah being used as a means of conquering by immigration. Many of my Muslim friends came here, Years ago, to get away from “The Crazies” as they call the Extremists. They just wanted to live here, in Peace, work, raise their families, and just get along with their neighbors. They say that the “Crazies” won’t think TWICE about killing them right along with everyone else in a building that they intend to blow up. The Muslim victims will just be “Martyrs for their Cause”. Well, they don’t WANT to be Martyrs for “The Crazies'” cause. I have one friend who moved away from Texas because their son was being radicalized by some newer Muslims who had moved there. He says that he is even seeing some of that kind moving to where we live, now. I told him to report them if they get out of hand. He just looked sadly at me, and said, “No, You just don’t understand. It’s too dangerous for us to do that. Then they will Target Us.” And just for the record, I don’t try to wear the pants in my family. I married a good man, whom I love and respect, and have no problem trusting him with being the Head of our Household. However he treats me with equal respect as his Companion, and Helpmate. I’m all in favor of President Trump’s suggestion of providing Safety Areas in Muslim Lands for the refugees. I also can’t understand why the UN hasn’t put More Pressure on Muslim Countries to open their borders to receive their people. Some of them have received 0! Jordan has been Wonderful!

          • Mustafa Curtess

            Thank You. I genuinely enjoyed and appreciated that comment. You certainly are taking a realistic view, which I share. I do not challenge anything you have stated.
            I apologise for my observation on the reproduction issue – but the charge that “they breed like rabbits” (etc.) annoys me and I feel that it is a very unfair and one-sided complaint. I tend to respond perhaps overly-aggressively because of my frustration. (Don’t blame THEM for being fertile, virile, and family-oriented.)
            You are correct about “hijrah”. I have been away and dis-associated for so long that I’m losing fluency due to dis-use.

          • Lisa Askwit ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ

            Mustafa, I apologize for using an insulting phrase, but after reading that Imams are preaching to their people to outbreed their host nations, and to ‘breed children’ with Europeans to ‘conquer their countries’ and vows: ‘We will trample them underfoot, Allah willing’
            (Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3240295/Imam-tells-Muslim-migrants-breed-children-Europeans-conquer-countries-vows-trample-underfoot-Allah-willing.html#ixzz4isy0BzJP)
            When Turkey’s President said, back in March, encouraging his people to “breed more”, (Calling Turks the “future of Europe,” Turkey’s president on Friday implored his compatriots living on the Continent to have multiple children as an act of revenge against the West’s “injustices.”
            “Go live in better neighborhoods. Drive the best cars. Live in the best houses,” President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Friday in the city of Eskisehir, while campaigning for a referendum that would solidify his power. “Make not three, but five children. Because you are the future of Europe. That will be the best response to the injustices against you.” Source: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/17/world/europe/erdogan-turkey-future-of-europe.html) It just upsets me, and makes me feel defensive, as well. I, as a Mormon, had WANTED to have at least 5 or 6 children, but due to high costs of living, here in America, for us Middle Incomers, my husband and I found that we couldn’t afford it. It makes me Very Resentful to see how MUCH is GIVEN to Refugees so that they CAN afford to have Multiple Children. If we had been given the SAME opportunities, We Americans COULD AFFORD to have More Children. As it is, now, BOTH of us MUST work, in order to save up for Colleges, Medical Bills, Decent, and Nutritious Food, Clothing, Transportation, etc. For the past Several Decades, Americans and Europeans have been practically Ordered to Limit our number of children to 2, maybe 3 because of “Overpopulation”. Now, they’re complaining that they MUST admit “people from Other Nations, who are “Better Breeders” because We, the Natives, aren’t Breeding Enough, and so there would, otherwise, be shortages of Employees for the future Generations! SHEESH! I feel LIED TO, DELIBERATELY DECEIVED, and MANIPULATED to serve someone ELSES’ AGENDAS.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            I must admit that I am puzzled by all that. It is not uncommon to read a comment that (any given) country’s population is “in decline” – which justifies encouraging immigration to meet industrial (and retail marketing!) demand.
            If it is true that Islamic religious leaders are telling their congregations to do this “breeding thing” – surely European leaders are aware of it? (You are – so how could they NOT be?)
            Since there are SO MANY sources of manpower available that would be much more compatible in European society (many reasonably well-educated and terribly under-employed) in the Balkans, Africa, and Asia – who would love to emigrate to Europe – how can European continued acceptance of Muslims be explained?
            Not to be provocative – but Catholics encouraged large families, too – fairly recently. Possibly for the same purpose?
            Personally – all I have ever heard from Imams in the Muslim world – encouraged the congregation to limit their progeny to no more than they could support and raise properly. (And had members of the community that encouraged, explained, and provided contraception.) Sex is not in the least a “taboo” topic of conversation among Muslims.
            Most “third world” countries actually have hordes of uncontrolled urchins that have no concern for religion at all – and by no means could be considered “assets” to Islam. I think that most tourists to the Muslim world would agree with me about that?
            It was a struggle to insulate our kids from their influence. (We succeeded in one instance and failed in another – but that happens in traditional American families, too.) I understand that better now as an Atheist – than I did at the time – and all the Atheist families I know of have MUCH better reults.

          • Lisa Askwit ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ

            I certainly know what you mean about it being a struggle to insulate your children from the “Urchin Mentality”. Especially when the Media touts them as the “Desirable Ones To Follow”. Despite my best efforts, my children have fallen under their Siren Calls. All I can do, at this point, is to continue to pray for them, and to “Leave The Light On”, so to speak, so that IF they ever do decide to seek for God, again, they’ll be able to see my Light through the Thick Smog.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            I’m sorry to hear that – because I know the pain. Thank you for telling me that you understand.
            Sadly – it is a universal problem.
            Several years ago I read an essay about all the things wrong with society: Rebellious youth, high taxes, ineffective (even tyrannical) government, inflation, declining eduction, apathetic public, etc.
            Turned out that it was written by a Roman philosopher a few thousand years ago, so it is eternal – as well.

          • Lisa Askwit ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ

            Yes, indeed it is. And, Mustafa, I believe that it is all Deliberately Planned, at least this time around. I am of the Firm belief that there is a conspiracy to destroy America, and it’s Constitution, so that the North American Union can be created. In order to accomplish this goal, it is important to destroy the sense of unity, and patriotism to God and Country. (A house divided against itself, cannot stand) These Global Elitists wish to establish a New World Order where they get to be in power, and thus rule, and reign over what is left of us Pee Ons.(deliberately misspelled for emphasis) According to the Guidestones in Georgia, USA, the goal is to reduce the World’s population from Billions to Millions to make us more “Manageable”. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgia_Guidestones

          • J Ian

            More Muslim lies. You are very stupid sir. Jefferson had a Quran in his office, not for any inspiration from god, but simply because cockroach muslims, in tripoli, continued acts of piracy against the United States, for no reason. When Jefferson asked, “Why are you attacking us”?the muslim leaders answered: “Our Holy Quran tells us to war with you until you are subjugated and accept allah (satan), as your lord. It pains me Mustafa, that you are actually this stupid and don’t know any facts. Whats worse, is you actually believe that Jefferson would ever read that filthy book, for inspiration or knowledge

          • Mustafa Curtess

            Stop putting words in my mouth. I had no idea that Jefferson had a Quran in his office – or why he would keep such a “filthy book” around at all.
            If it “pains” you so much – why do you keep bugging me? (You are damned dumb if you expect me to write anything you agree with – so what’s your game?) No more replies from me.

          • mrbubble

            That’s probably true, I bet he didn’t. But you my dear seem to confuse a delusional paranoid fantasy with reality. Where and when in the US has anything like that happened? In your mind doesn’t count.

            And, even if it did, one sick individual – even one who claims to be doing something in the name of some god or other – doesn’t mean you indict and ban an entire religion. If so, we’d ban ALL religions because countless awful things have been done all over the world since the beginning of recorded history using religion as an excuse. Should we ban all protestant Germans because of WWII? What about Russians? What about Catholic Priests, some of them have done some pretty disgusting things. Hey, actually banning religion isn’t a bad idea.

          • Lisa Askwit ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ

            Oh You’re preaching to the choir, Msbubble. How well I know that man has used Religion, ever since time immemorial, to wield power. Things that have been done “In the name of Jesus Christ”, have been Atrocious and NOTHING LIKE ANYTHING that Jesus Ever Taught. Jesus warned that ravenous wolves would enter the fold, and he wasn’t kidding. But just because Politicians, and Militarians have infiltrated and infected Christianity doesn’t mean that Christianity, in its Pure Sense, is bad, and should be banned.

          • mrbubble

            “But just because Politicians, and Militarians have infiltrated and infected Christianity doesn’t mean that Christianity, in its Pure Sense, is bad, and should be banned.”

            Ok. So now let’s swap out Christianity for Islam in the above paragraph. That’s right! Islam is not the problem, but rather those who use it to advance their twisted agenda. Doesn’t mean all Muslim’s are to be feared.

          • Lisa Askwit ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ

            I don’t fear all Muslims….Just the Radicalized ones who want to Force Sharia Law down everyone’s throats! Even Moderate Muslims Fear the Radicalized Ones.

          • mrbubble

            I’m glad to hear that! It’s a rational approach, but sadly, I think you’re in the minority among people who comments on this website. I think with any risk, you need to look at the reality and of the 1.6 billion or so muslims in the world, the number who actually want to “force Sharia law down everyone’s throats” is very, very small. It certainly does not justify racism or bigotry.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            BS. “Hussein” has special significance to Shiite Iranians, every Muslim you meet is not necessarily a devout (or even very well educated in Islam) one, and that was VERY wishful, pre-mature, (and imaginative) thinking at that point in time (before inauguration – even.)
            Tell Me —- Was Obama such a “Muslim” – how do you account for the fact that he destroyed a stable, prosperous, Muslim country like Libya, where he gave the insurgents sophisticated anti-aircraft missiles, (Does “Benghazi” ring any bells?) and a “no-fly zone” to protect them ? Then incited a revolution in Syria against a popular, fairly-elected Assad – and made an alliance with ISIS to help.
            Does that sound like something that a genuine Muslim would do to his “fellow Muslims”?

          • CreoleGumbo

            As I said I was inTehran in December 2008, shortly after Obama was declared POTUS and shortly after he began to use the name HUSSEIN. ALL of my hosts were Muslim and they ALL fell out in laughter when I told them that Obama claimed to be a Christian. They made a number of points to me including:
            1. Once a Muslim, always a Muslim.
            2. Hussein means that he is a Muslim.
            3. His claim of Christianity is the practice of taqiyya. They all asked if knew what it meant and they explained it to be and then told me where to go to look it up independently, which I did.

          • J Ian

            Former President Obama, supported the Caliphate. That is why he supported ISIS, and every other Islamic terrorist organization, including the Muslim brotherhood in Egypt

          • Mustafa Curtess

            That’s strange – considering his attacks on ISIS bases in Yemen and Iraq.

        • Mustafa Curtess

          lol! “feel the spirit”. More likely just the opposite. (And besides – the way things are headed – there aren’t going to BE any mosques to be “found attending”.)

      • Mustafa Curtess

        Lol! As if Christians don’t lie! (Sometimes under oath to the Bible.)

        • CreoleGumbo

          I did not say that Christians do not lie.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            Then the charge of “takiyya” applies equally to both.

          • CreoleGumbo

            No it doesn’t and you know that!

            Islam commands Muslims to lie for the explicit purpose of fooling Christians in order to further the spread of Islam. Christians are commanded to NOT lie and those who do so are committing a sin.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            I was Muslim for about 50 years, and nobody ever told ME to lie! (Reckon it had something to do with it being the latter half of the 20th century for me – instead of 600 AD?)

          • J Ian

            Bingo! I was right again! Mustafa is a Muslim

          • Mustafa Curtess

            What took you so long – Dick Tracey?

          • J Ian

            It took me so long, because you lied. You stated you were an atheist. Yet, you consistently defended Islam. On your page of additional comments, you stated you had been a muslim for 50 years. So? Bingo. A typical lying muslim. Nothing new to us.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            No religion is “defensible”. I just see all this BS and needless hatred on here. No good can come of it – and I share some insights that may help someone see it for what it is.
            For the first couple of decades of my life I tried to be a Christian. So I was lying about that – too. ( You are actually correct about that. It IS all just one big lie.)
            I’m not obliged to prove anything to you or justify myself in any way whatsoever. I’m fully aware that you superstitious people are so full of it that you can not Imagine anyone that isn’t.
            Call me anything you please – it doesn’t mean anything to me.

          • J Ian

            As a muslim, no one has to tell you to “lie.” For muslims, it is part of the hateful teachings of your evil books.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            I must have missed that part. How many times must it be said? Those surahs applied to conditions AT THE TIME . They were few, they were weak, they were constantly threatened by Jews and Arab infidels ( idol worshippers and pagans).

          • J Ian

            No. It does not apply “equally” – Christians don’t run into a bus load of muslims, blow themselves up, and yell, “I love you Jesus” – You are not a victim. You are the perpetrator and represent over 90% of every terrorist attack on the globe, daily, in over 45 countries. Jihad is alive and well

        • J Ian

          Mustafa: In Syria, ISIS members immidiately shaved their beards to try and blend in so they wouldn’t be imprisoned. As a muslim, you know that it is muslims who lie, to continue the Jihad world wide. Pathetic yes. But true.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            Don’t be so sanctimonious. In their position you would do the same.

      • J Ian

        Not quite: In Egypt, Coptic Christians have documentation. Some exceptions do apply.

    • SFTOBEY

      Unfortunately, it’s the globalist, sovereignty-stealing UN that is picking-and-choosing who gets to be foisted upon the American taxpayers; and that will almost never include Christians from the muzlim he!!holes. THAT never should have been allowed; but the @$$-kissing Jimmah Cateh – the Tri-lateralist Rockefeller and Brzezinski stooge – allowed that to happen.

      The BEST thing that President Trump could do would be to get the U.S. OUT of the UN; and the UN OUT of the U.S.!

  • Gizmo

    I’m guessing the new welfare and criminal population will be from Islamic nations. More ticking time bombs uleashed upon us. If true, this would make Trump worse than an open border zealot because he would have blatantly lied about it to those who got him elected.

    • Fern

      There should be a complete moratorium on immigrants and/or refugees from Islamic countries. Immigrants and refugees that even other Islamic countries like Saudi Arabia and Qatar won’t take in.

      When the ANC took over South Africa and the murder and rape wave began, no country would take in South Africans as refugees. Also a media-blackout on the situation. Quite the double standard now.

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      • SFTOBEY

        That is exactly what President Trump was TRYING to do – before Leftist, scumbag “judges” denied him that ability. You might say that President Trump should have ignore those orders. So did I.

        But with the enemedia, the Leftist scum in Washington (and elsewhere), in academia and in Hollyweird calling for President Trump’s “impeachment”, perhaps he figured that – for the time being – he had best play by the rules (even though the Usurper-in-Chief never had to).

        • Janet

          I’d bet my life that the Pope had something to do with it too. I’m sure he told him that it’s the right thing to do as Christians and all that good stuff.


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          • Mustafa Curtess

            If the Pope told him anything at all – more likely it was that since the USA -and NATO had just arbitrarily decided to destroy those countries – they now have a moral responsibility to grapple with the outcome.

          • Janet

            Oh the Pope did tell him something because he said as he was leaving” I’ll remember what you said.” What he told him I don’t know.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            Wow! That really sounds sinister! Reckon it should be investigated?

        • Mustafa Curtess

          Oh ! Wow! So you are admitting that Trump’s attempted ban WAS against Muslims – after all? (So the judges were correct and the ban WAS in violation of the Immigration Acts.) (I honestly had believed Trump. This explains why he didn’t just ignore the courts’ decision.)

          • TyredofLibs

            Neither he nor Fern used the word “muslim”… And neither did President Trump’s ban.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            He is on record as saying that he would ban immigration of Muslims. Regardless how the ban was worded – the court was aware of his campaign promise and had to consider it as evidence. I don’t care one way or the other – but Trump handled this very poorly and it backfired.

          • TyredofLibs

            Judges cannot base the legality of an immigration ban based on what he said or did not say during the election. Muslims who practice islam are not compatible with Western civilization. Period. The Quran tells us everything we need to know about killing the infidels, lying to the infidels to further islamic advancement, etc. We are not blind.

        • Mustafa Curtess

          Another comment confirming that the Judges acted properly.
          Curiosity: Was the Immigration Act used to establish the ban on South Africans?

      • Mustafa Curtess

        Another comment confirming that the Judges were right.
        Out of curiosity – was the Immigration Act invoked to establish the ban? – Or maybe by DOS simply instructed our diplomatic mission there to suspend issuance of any visas?

    • Trump can’t ban islam

      it’s the will of mohammad. western countries rejected muslim refugees in the middle ages. but now muslims can finally enter europe and usa. the spanish even expelled the muslims from spain in the XVI century, but today muslims can’t be expelled from any country by religious reasons. only mexicans

      • Drew the Infidel

        OK, raghead goat f*cker, I’m reporting your ass to General Mattis. This ought to be fun to watch.

        • WM1

          Mattis is part of the problem, not the solution. He, and McMaster, are completely clueless about civilizational jihad and Islam…both are holdovers from the previous complicit administration.

          • Drew the Infidel

            Civilization particulars are someone else’s department. The days of a kissy-kissy SecDef are over. How many years military/combat experience have you? Me, four total, two in the war zone.

          • WM1

            What, to you, is the greatest threat facing America? To me, it’s Islamic terrorism with North Korea taking a close second. Mattis may understand the latter but he’s clueless about the former.

            http://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/266066/why-general-mattis-nominating-muslim-brotherhoods-raymond-ibrahim#comment-3197899052

            Thank you, sir, for your patriotic, courageous years of service! But one need not have service in the military on his resume to possess plain, common sense.

          • Rob Porter

            You are right, Mattis and McMaster are absolute rubbish in this regard. Amazing, they don’t care about the welfare of Americans, of women and children. It is truly stunning and Trump had better wake up,or end up with a one-term presidency – and then watch absolute disaster occur. So much for Trump’s promise of vetting and stemming the flow of worthless bloody Muslims! The DC swamp must be drained.

          • WM1

            So glad you see and understand who these blind people really are, while so many others cannot.

        • Mustafa Curtess

          Maybe that’s sarcasm? Are you simple enought to think thatanything you send Mattis would ever be read by him? We still have freedom of opinion, speech, and religion – so I doubt that anybody would be interested in a complaint that something was stated that you disagree with.

      • movingwaters

        Doesn’t it bother you to give yourself your one up vote every time you post?

        • Mustafa Curtess

          He doesn’t – it’s me.

          • movingwaters

            I am glad you revealed yourself. In America you still have the right to make common cause with a wicked loser troll if you so desire. Christians, whom you despise, will hope that someday you will repent of sin and be transformed into a trophy of God’s grace.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            I despise nobody! I pity them.
            Oh please do keep hoping. I appreciate it so much.

          • movingwaters

            When I meet a lost cause such as you, I give them to God. I don’t dwell on them. No need to pity born again Christians. You will have all eternity to wish you were in God’s Kingdom instead of Satan’s unless God decides to save you. People like you just increase my thankfulness that God brought me to Himself. Praise the King of Kings-the living Christ!

          • Mustafa Curtess

            Aw! I’m so disappointed. Do whatever you please – but stay out of my face and off my case. (Arrogant MF.)

          • movingwaters

            Trust me when i say that I am fine with you being submitted to Allah for eternity. And I will be submitted to Christ.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            Have I not explained to you that several years ago I finally admitted to myself that I really didn’t believe in Islam any more than I had believed in Christianity and that they are both empty frauds invented to control mens’ minds.
            For a certainty I am fully Atheist – and since then it has been wonderful to be liberated from all that superstitious nonsense in my life. (One can not know what a burden it was – untill he is free of it. It is emotional slavery.)
            The idea of religion and “submission” is just an imaginary illusion that some people need because they feel weak and alone – and also think thir lives are too “important” to really die. That is why the notion of “eternity” is so addictive that you are tricked into living a fairy tale expecting to get it.
            Look at what is happening right now. People prepared to do terrible things to each other merely because they “believe” in slightly different versions of the same fairy tale (complete with evil monsters!) that controls them in different ways.
            What a pointless, senseless, tragedy – that actually detracts from the human experience instead of enriching it.
            Your “god”, your “allah” do not (can not) exist anywhere outside your imagination. Your “bible”, your “quran” are the only things that you can touch that “proves” that the fairy tale is “real”. PERFECT HOAX!

          • Mustafa Curtess

            There IS no “Allah” (by ANY name)! You only “submit” to a childish figment of your imagination (when it pleases you to do so). Your life will end in the same nothingness that every other creature of nature’s does. You will not even be aware that your human existence has been sacrificed to a fraud. (Consider that a “Blessing”.)

      • freebird

        Dont worry, just go on with your unhuman behaviour and we build new Gas-chambers, sorry I mean
        “Welcome motels” for followers of this phädophi*e sc*m Mohammed.
        That seems a good way to pay our guilt to the world what our ancestors have done to the Jews.
        You agree ?

        • Mustafa Curtess

          You may have stumbled across two important points there. #1 – The more Muslims are under our direct and immediate control – the easier it will be to send them to the gas-chambers. #2 – Expecting the Arabs to bear the burden of that guilt – hasn’t been the success that we expected it would be. (Nobody wants Jews – so force them onto the hapless Arabs in our colonies and “mandates” there. Very perceptive of you.)

          • freebird

            Point 1.) We give you Musels more freedom in our countrys then you have in your own homecountry. We let you built Mosques in our countrys ( not like in your countrys who destoy churches and Synagoges ), we give you better healhcare and education then you have in your countrys and stupid as we are we give you parasites welfare-checks.
            What we get ? Imams who preech that we have to be killed if we dont convert, arrogant Musel-as*holes who rape our children and womans and a primitve culture what is covered from the godless lefties as enrichment.
            When I look at the statistics ( Musels who agree with Jihad ) then I think deportation or the Gas-chambers are the only solution to get back the peace that we have had before Musels are coming in our countrys.
            Point 2.) The reason why “nobody” want the Jews is that Satan try´s to kill GOD word and his choosen people. No Jews – no GOD.
            And Satan is successful when a phädophile merchant can be a prophet and create a society who rapes children.
            Yes, it must be a burden for you to have Jews next to your countrys because it shows you what kind of primitive egoist you are
            I dont want to say that all Jews are good , or all Musels are bad but Islam is Nazi-ideology. So
            swallow your own medicine.

          • Mustafa Curtess

            You appear to be too stupid to understand what I write. I am not a “Musels” and the only “country” I have is the United States.

      • Retiredextremelydangerous

        Not so fast TCBI, the Supremes will rule for the POTUS! And the 3,000,000 strong Militia will be more than willing to round the ragheads up and send them back. Body bags or no bady bags!

      • Mustafa Curtess

        How do you figure that Mexicans are to be expelled because of religion? FYI – They are to be expelled because they are here illegally (and we can’t afford them).

    • mrbubble

      Wait, you JUST realized Trump is a blatant liar???

      • Retiredextremelydangerous

        The only truthful person to sit in the White House since Reagan! Who in the hell would want a murdering Democrat telling them what and how to live their lives, anyway?

    • Retiredextremelydangerous

      Don’t blame Trump! The Appeals Courts are blocking his ban on Muslim tourist terrorist! And until the AG’s office gets it before the SCOTUS, not much can be done.

    • J Ian

      This is very interesting: The 1973 Yom Kippur war, yes? Saudi’s shut off the oil. Gas lines in America and Europe. Then, the Ause Oil as leverage to make deals on :”immigration” with Europe. And that’s who muslim immigration into Europe and America, increased exponentially. (fact). Fast forward to today. Trump had to have made a deal with the Saudis. very bad decision.

  • Someone on high needs to put a bug in Trump’s ear to get a handle on this. No more damn refugees!!

  • Inmate of Diversityland

    Why aren’t any of these Somalis, Afghans, Pakistanis, Libyans, or Iraqis ever resettled in Washington DC near the politicians who approve their arrival? Instead, they are resettled (AKA unleashed) in Farmtown, Iowa, Smalltown, Idaho, or somewhere in Minnesota.

    Unless this is some more #FakeNews from the gutter rats at the NY Times, I’ll be the first to turn on Trump with both hands and both feet. During the campaign it was HE who promised to get all this under control which is what his supporters cheered him on.

    • Ebayer

      Same here. I can’t believe Trump would pull his pants down and take a dump on his supporters like this.

      • joanofark06

        I agree…at least Canada is doing something about THEIR country, already!! (see comment above)

    • Michael Buley

      why not dump them in the Middle East? plenty of open sandy areas. Africa. but they MUST go to western free countries …. with clear intentions that are obvious to us all.

      I’ve been shaking my head over this one since I heard it yesterday … Can there be an actual explanation for this? was this part of the deal in the ME? “Get them out of your mosques” … and send them here? at least they’re contained when they’re in the ME … they’re not here! now?

      • katzkiner

        The middle east is probably happy to send the ones who blow up churches and ice cream parlors to the West.

        • Michael Buley

          right. and WE take them? the very guys (and gals now) who want to destroy us? ‘Go jihad bombers and terrorists! Take your terrorist work to America, where they give you free money, and mosques, and you can relax and plan in peace! never come back!’ this just makes zero sense.

    • CindyLouTerror

      I believe that this is ramped up fake news due to the actions of State Dep’t. official, Jennifer L. Smith, who opined nonsense about the new budget bill removing quotas on Muslim refugees coming to the US due to the money being available. Who and what she is will be revealed. She is not by any means the final word on this issue and is probably a nobama appointee. I quote from the above article: “The State Department’s decision was conveyed in an email on Thursday to the private agencies in countries around the world that help refugees manage the nearly two-year application process needed to enter the United States. In her email, Jennifer L. Smith, a department official, wrote that the refugee groups could begin bringing people to the United States “unconstrained by the weekly quotas that were in place.” We need to wait until the truth comes out and if this possibly/probably rogue communication to “private agencies” was authorized by Secretary Tillerson and President Trump. The left plays mind games and uses the bureaucrats imbedded in the Federal government to foster their evil .Has anyone seen or produced this email? Just who is Linda Smith and what is her position in the State Dep’t? This appears to be just like Comey’s memo. Don’t let the left try again to split us and turn on the Administration until we find out what is going on. “Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me.”

      • jobird

        Would like to see a picture of this woman Jennifer L.Smith.Is she a Trump appointee or obama left over?

      • joanofark06

        Well, your the only one who’s mentioned this might be “fake news”…for America, for my sanity, and many other upset people on here, I pray your right!! Please keep us updated??

    • CreoleGumbo

      I fully agree but not only should they be resettled in DC the fence around the White House needs to be torn down and the security agents that limit entry into Congress need to assist entry into Congress.

      Who knows? From the photos of them swarming accross borders in Europe and climbing fences they will tear down the physical barriers themselves.

    • mrbubble

      Have you taken a taxi in DC lately? Many drivers are former refugees.

      Also, the reason a lot of refugees are not resettled near DC or other large East Coast cities is simple: lack of affordable housing. No conspiracy, get over it.

      • IzlamIsTyranny

        Many criminals and terrorists are also refugees Ali Al Dirtbag.

        • joanofark06

          Lol, goood one! We know what HE is!!

    • joanofark06

      Right! And to think Canada is doing something about THEIR country, already!!
      Million Canada March Deplorable Against Trudeau – OTTAWA – June 3 & 4
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  • Michael Buley

    This is the stuff that makes me go … wth is going on? On the one hand, he tells Islamic leaders ‘get them out of your mosques’ (which I’m sure they’re already busy doing … lol) … and then lets them in here. my god. one can cause incredible damage … wth …???

    • Ebayer

      I know. Get them out of your mosques so that we can take them in? Hopefully #FakeNews

      • joanofark06

        We’re all hoping, and crossing fingers, an all dat!!

    • joanofark06

      I know how you feel, Michael. As you can see by the comments, your not the only one! I do nothing but read all day on this subject of islam, and muslims (since 9/11), and archive everything…videos, documents, and websites, and it sure keeps busy! Sometimes I miss eating, or don’t get the housework done, but I feel like I need to show people what’s going on the world, when they wonder. As for Trump, I’ve been very upset with him, since about a month after he was elected, and then all happiness, of all the things he promised to do, has flown out the window…and now this! One commentor, it could be “fake” news….so, I’m hoping it’s so, since I haven’t seen this news anywhere else…for now. But if it’s true, then I’ll be so mad, and sad, cause America will then be finished. It’s enough to make a person angry, so I’m with ya!

  • livingengine

    So much is riding on President Trump. He has to start fighting for us. Here
    is one way he can.

    I am proposing a weekly nationally televised broadcast of a round table
    debate about the issues that are being used to tear this country apart. Black
    Lives Matter, Alt-Right, Antifa, Gender Studies, Islam, Immigration, and so
    forth. I am calling for a televised intellectual demolition derby that puts
    names like Ta Neh Hesi Coats, Linda Sarsour, Nihad Awad, Colon Kaepernick, Mos
    Def, etc. in collision with other names such as: Robert Spencer, Ben Shapiro,
    Pamela Geller, Mark Steyn, and so forth.

    Put the conservatives on, let Hannity moderate, take audience feedback, make
    it a reality, performance debate show, it doesn’t matter. The formatting is a
    detail. The important thing is that it blow the doors open, and get people
    talking again, with a special emphasis on Islamophobia.

    Trump is well positioned to do something like this. He has extensive media
    contacts. He could fight for this. He has to give us something.

    Let us fight back against the foreign financed psy-op called Islamophobia
    with the truth.

  • starnhope

    I don’t believe it! He is still trying to get his travel ban through. Why would he let in refugees? Not so.

  • Mark Steiner

    No Christian refugees coming. That is clear.

    Tillerson is being the internationalist he always was. Trump appointed him. Birds of a feather …

    • Michael Buley

      Christians continue to be left to be systematically destroyed. Maybe this was part of the deal over there, too … take thousands of our finest terrorists … leave the Christians over here for us to finish off. Sounds awful … and it is.

  • Raymond Martin

    As a National Socialist, I am relieved that there won’t be any Jews among the refugees, someting we can all be grateful for.

    • Mahou Shoujo

      Every fool has their say, you have had yours.

    • CindyLouTerror

      In my new world, you and your ilk would be taken to the Zyklon B showers immediately.

  • littledon

    What the Hell is going on with Trump? Why is he letting this happen! Please let us know!

  • Michael Dillon

    here’s where We The People start exercising our 2nd Amendment rights

    • OverIt

      The right to bear arms? I was under the impression that a large number of you already did that.

      • CindyLouTerror

        The more the merrier. The right is gun savy, the left, I doubt if many are.

        • CreoleGumbo

          I am not so sure about that. Diane Feinstein, the queen of gun control was mayor of San Francisco in the 80s. She introduced legislation to make SF a gun free city. But interestingly it was discovered that she owned and kept a loaded gun on her bed stand. She did not deny it but simply excused it because after all she was the mayor and thus needed more protection than the rest of us. I would not be surprised if she carried a gun in her purse now because after all she is a Senator and needs even more protection.

    • CindyLouTerror

      Certainly better than a dictator if a well regulated armed militia reasserts our Constitutional rights and stamps out treason an sedition. But remember how the French Revolution turned on itself.

    • CreoleGumbo

      I fully agree Michael. I have felt that way ever since BHO was “elected.” I cried when I heard the news and asked a friend of mine “Do you know what this means?” Her reply was “No” to which I answered “It means that the US government has been overthrown in a bloodless coup.”

      The only problem Michael is that we are not sufficiently organized and as each day passes we are being diluted. This is an ethnic cleansing of Americans, mostly White Americans.

  • Elect a dictator – get it done

    No more presidents. Elect a dictator next time. Sorry – our system of government is an abject failure.
    First day in office, deport all of them; put congress, and all traitors in jail.
    .
    It’s coming. We aren’t going to put up with this shi t.

    • CindyLouTerror

      Unfortunately that is how Germany ended up with Hitler.

  • kent smith

    call your congress person and senators. call the white house. make the phone ring off the wall. don’t just bit*h about it do something. Email them, call them,

  • Michelle

    Perhaps this is a reminder that ONLY force of arms achieves all objectives although keeping them via succession is another thing.

  • lostdutchman

    Who is running the Department of State?? The INMATES…, or the Secretary of State?
    Seems this part of the SWAMP has suddenly taken on a PUTRID SMELL??
    Time to OPEN THE DRAIN down there, and flush all the turds!

  • felix1999

    A KEY fact is missing. This is being done by Obama HOLDOVERS and we have nearly satisfied our “obligation” of I think it was 50,000 for this year. Also notice this came out while TRUMP was away. The STATE DEPARTMENT doesn’t determine this or have any authority to OVER RULE the President.

    • CreoleGumbo

      This is why the issue of Obama’s constitutional eligibility to be POTUS should have been settled. If he was not constitutionally eligible, and it appears pretty clear to me that he was not, then ALL of his actions are illegitimate and can easily be reversed. This is the real crime of the GOP. Had they pushed this issue we would not still be feeling the effects.

  • Joe Schmoe

    Trump is a chump, he was supposed to keep that trash out, not bring more in

  • Juan
    • michaelofsydney

      Most of those chicks looked like horses anyway. A new patriarchy awaits them and they’ll be shaking their legs like dumb animals when they get to em

    • Ichabod Crain

      Hey – the sound track is running backwards!

  • jimmy
  • santashandler

    Such a shame. Why the seemingly overwhelming need to bring in more refugees. There is something much, much deeper going on here. This quite possibly even beyond Trump’s control.

    • 4q

      Maybe instead of setting on our asses and complaining. It is time to take to the street and tell the liberals and the GOP. WE are not taking your BS any more, straighten out or we the people will take you out. It is time to grow a set of balls or lay down and take the kicks to the head until your brain stops functioning. WTFU!

  • Alleged Comment

    THIS is betrayal and treason. But who is committing it? Are they ignoring President Trump or is President Trump ignoring you?

    The West is being setup for something. I can SMELL IT!

    • CreoleGumbo

      I think we were set up long ago. The infiltration into our government is very extensive and began 30 to 50 years ago.

    • JWM

      Someone is being ignored and that someone is us.

  • Drew the Infidel

    As in the Boy Scouts’ advice, “Be prepared”, or better yet, rely on your Second Amendment liberties and be safe, be trained, be alert.

  • michaelofsydney

    Ah. Jut like Obama, Trump has fooled us all. How many times do we need to be warned not to put our faith in politicians. They use us to get voted in. Put your faith in Jesus. Read the Bible. Go to Mass. Associate with people of faith. Pray. Read books by those who are saints. Forgive. Be aware. Be prepared. Hard times on Main St…. they’re comin as sure as eggs is eggs. For those who persevere, then a glorious reward awaits. Most though will go to hell because that is what they seek. If one does not seek Jesus, they seek the other. This is black and white.God or Satan. Ain’t no middle ground.

    • CreoleGumbo

      “Jut like Obama, Trump has fooled us all.”

      Obama told us all along exactly what he was going to do!
      He used language straight out of The Communist Manifesto. Most Americans were too stupid and uneducated to recognize what he was saying. Joe the Plumber recognized it and did you see the look of shock on Obama’s face?

  • anyonebutmarkeyforsenate

    W T F ???????!!!!!!!!!!

  • Janet

    This is outrageous! What the heck is going on? How are we supposed to support all these people not to mention the rise in diseases that are now showing up again like TB and other ones. I’d be willing to bet that the Pope had a chat about America’s responsibility to take in as many refugees as possible. If we’re going to do this than bring in the Christians! They’re being slaughtered left and right and we’ve let hardly any in under Obama. At least they won’t want to kill us!

    • VoiceInDesert

      Will Christian refugees be safer on American soil, if the floodgates are open for just anyone? I don’t think so. For example, look what has happen in Sterling Heights, Dearborn, and other areas of Michigan. Un-vetted refugees will be flooding a town near you.

      • joanofark06

        Yup, I keep an archive (since 9/11), of all articles, documents, and videos, about islam and muslims, and believe me, their are too many to count, in every state, in America! I have a muslim training camp, close to where I live, in my state, and I’m not happy at all about it!!

        • VoiceInDesert

          I have a brother who lives about 40 miles west of Detroit, MI. So far, he has experienced no harm from muslims, But, whatever the location, terrorists do not respect the size of a village.

      • Janet

        Well one thing’s for sure, you won’t be able to pick out Christians the way you can a lot of Muslims unless they are wearing a cross that’s showing right?

        • VoiceInDesert

          True to some extent. I used to wear a cross, and had Christian bumper stickers on my car. But they, in themselves, don’t indicate whether or not a person is a Christian. I’ve been rude with slow motorists, which was not a good testimony for someone who professes to be a Christian. “Do not look at his appearance or at his physical stature, because I have refused him. For the LORD does not see as man sees; for man looks at the outward appearance, but the LORD looks at the heart” (1 Samuel 16:7 NKJV).

          • Janet

            I know. I can relate. Some days I’m asking for forgiveness a few times a day and sometimes more. I love that verse. Take care!

  • sodacrackers2

    Its never too late to drain the swamp. Cut every illegal federal agency by 25% immediately. The smaller they get, the less damage they can do.

  • Ichabod Crain

    “(never forget they want to keep big business donors happy by providing a steady supply of cheap labor)”
    – No – that is a pretty stupid claim. These refugees generally have very poor skill sets. Certainly insufficient to work in whatever factories remain in the USA where a grade 8 education and English proficiency is required. In most cases, they are illiterate in their own language, not alone in English and are not employable. The ones who do meet some minimum requirement will not make good employees. Who wants to hire Muslims with all the baggage that goes with them anyhow? Prayer breaks, halal food in the cafeteria, fasting during the day, won’t handle alcohol or pork, etc. Would you hire a Muslim and take a chance on getting sued?

  • Robert

    Does Pamela Gellar have to run for public office? Actually in this case it appears it was the
    unelected bureaucrats who did this.

    • JWM

      So much for votes. the bureaucrats are supposed to be under the control of those we elect.

  • Gordon Miller

    What happened to Trump’s campaign promise? Doesn’t he have any control over the State Department? I’m becoming quite discouraged. We need an explanation from him at the very least.

  • mrbubble

    Hey Pam, it looks like the Cap Lock key on your computer is stuck. Might want to have someone check that out.

  • Keith1941

    America is becoming Balkanized right before our eyes. Need to contact all of my former students…tell them to forget that “melting pot” stuff.

  • Maranatha

    Drain the swamp dry. Very dry.
    .

  • Maranatha

    Jeremiah 17:5

    “Cursed is the man who trusts in man and makes flesh his strength”
    Well….I am learning now.
    .

  • Is Pam repeating fake news?

  • NEVER FORGET!!!!!

    http://www.wrapsnet.org/admissions-and-arrivals/

    https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2017/05/26/at-present-rate-of-admissions-trump-fy17-refugee-numbers-will-be-in-average-range/

    https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/refugee-resettlement-fact-sheets/

    https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2017/05/27/stunning-news-trump-state-department-opens-the-flood-gates-refugee-admissions-will-explode-in-coming-weeks/

    https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2017/05/29/45732-refugees-admitted-this-fiscal-year-so-far-45-are-muslim/

    https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2017/05/28/burmese-biter-was-headed-for-new-bern-nc-are-we-importing-mentally-ill-in-refugee-program/

    https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2017/01/27/trump-watch-is-rumored-refugee-cap-reduction-to-50000-that-significant/

    BO, THE LIAR, amongst all the other ignorant liberal ones in charge that came before Donald Trump that allowed all the subterfuge to take place behind the scenes in the halls of government that no lay person would ever know until after the fact is not going to go away over night….. So many of those career liberal staff are still within and they are all involved in this “refugee BS” and the many definitions of refugees to help justify why they are allowed in……
    NEVER FORGET how BO & his minions BROUGHT IN THE LIARS to “speed up the transformation of America!”
    NEVER FORGET 9/11!!!
    NEVER FORGET BO & HIS LIARS!!!!
    NEVER FORGET how hard it is going to be rid the government of all these traitors!!!!

  • Fred Alexander

    Does Trump have control over the number of refugees allowed in? The federal courts blocked him last time he tried to block Muslims from known terrorist countries.

  • Stephen Honig

    Bob Grant said years ago to stop immigration and he said: ‘pull in the gang plank.’ He wasn’t talking about illegals and Muslims.

  • truck300lb

    this is not true

  • truck300lb

    all this crap you read on the inter web is fucking bullshit, i travel all over the united states and i haven’t seen nothing on the streets that is any different that 10 years ago. my news is what i experience you cant believe anything now days from the left or the right.

    • IzlamIsTyranny

      Try Dearbornistan, Michigan on for size dirtbag.

  • freepetta

    What? Why the Hell is Trump allowing this? This is a total betrayal. He had better stop this!

  • 4q

    The 70,000 refugees, come from the Refugee act of 1980. If you do not like this, contact Congress, these are the people who pass these laws. “Passed unanimously by the Senate in late 1979 and signed into law by President Jimmy Carter in early 1980, the Refugee Act of 1980 amended the earlier Immigration and Nationality Act and the Migration and Refugee Assistance Act.” https://www.acf.hhs.gov/orr

  • Robert Kahlcke

    Fake News!

  • KittyKat27

    All I can say is WTF? How has the left beat down Trump?

  • Sheldon Caillouet

    Thank God the liberals were not able to repeal the 2nd Amendment. It will be used to protect ourselves, our family, our community and our country.

    • 4q

      How right you are, Sheldon….

  • solange9

    I think the headline is misleading. Trump has betrayed nothing. Right now, he is battling the Obummer and globalist shills for us. I feel that, when his executive order on immigration reaches the Supreme Court, we will win it there. At least, I hope so.

  • mrbubble

    This is my America, where we welcome those less fortuate with open arms and open hearts, just as Jesus would have done: http://www.charlottemagazine.com/Charlotte-Magazine/June-2017/The-Last-Plane-to-America/

    • IzlamIsTyranny

      Let’s take a look at Dearbornistan, Michigan and see what you muslum vermin have in store for the kafir al najjis when they gain political power…

  • Georgia Girl

    I guess we haven’t had enough tragedies lately….I think all Muslims should go live in a majority muslim country. I don’t hate them, I just don’t think their beliefs mesh with the US Constitution.

  • Irwin Stolzenberg Dds

    I supported him because of ban on un vetted muslims. This a broken promise.He is going to lose a lot of support. Hemust reverse this . Other wise all is lost.Is he going to back off any else. He can slow down the visa applications which would slow down admittance.

  • IzlamIsTyranny

    Trumpf = Dubya part deux.

  • Satan is Allah

    Get a GUN! The only reason I voted for President Trump was to keep those damn cockroaches out of the https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/6284fe0819e4f5cf267383a8a1e3e9f6a624d47ea74c4ce63ef4bc1078ed4773.jpg United States of America.

  • Heather Terveld

    Fake news

  • joe1429

    WTF is goin on???

  • Pathfinder0100

    Is t is true? I don’t know??

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