Sunday, January 29, 2017

Persecution, terror & war

"Judge Halts Deportations After Protesters Swarm Airports Over Trump’s Order Barring Muslims" (raising the sole important issue; you have to laugh at the archetypal self-centredness):
"Among the protesters at JFK was Rebecca Vilkomerson, the executive director of Jewish Voice for Peace, who pointed out on Friday night that Trump had signed the order banning refugees fleeing war on Holocaust Remembrance Day."
"ZOA Praises Pres. Trump for Immigration Order Protecting Americans From Terrorism".  Islamophobia, bought and paid for by BigJew (and Christian Zionists), is always, obviously, the first priority of the land grubbing supremacists.  Tweet (Ali Abunimah):
"Zionist Organization of America praises Trump's refugee ban on grounds that unlike Jews in 1930s, Muslims are bad. http://zoa.org/2017/01/10350638-zoa-praises-pres-trumps-immigration-order-protecting-americans-from-terrorists/ …"

It is striking that the list of countries has obviously been written by BigJew, being the exact same list of countries subject to American Wars For The Jews due to the shekeling of corrupt American politicians by BigJew.

"Obama Also Put A Hold On Muslim Immigrants In 2011, And The Countries He Banned Were The Same (But He Didn’t Mean It)".  Reminds me of how Barry deported two million people, yet the snowflakes made not a peep until Trump showed up.

Just think how much better off America would be if . . .

Tweets by Adam Bunch on Toronto's history with refugees.  Refugeeville.

Note how quickly the airlines and the bureaucrats fell into line with a maximalist interpretation of Trumps's order.  Instructive in examining other incidents from history.

 At a time when the American exceptionalists have decided to throw their weight around in a manner even more selfish than usual, a sage leader decides to poke Trump in the eye with a snarky stick (that should help with the NAFTA negotiations!):
"To those fleeing persecution, terror & war, Canadians will welcome you, regardless of your faith. Diversity is our strength #WelcomeToCanada"
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