The issue we are split on

It’s unfortunate Sunday has to begin with this. I’m well aware that this is possibly THE most divisive issue, even among readers who drop by here.

This woman Donnelly:

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… an Obama SC appointee from 2015, has blocked the deportation of two jihadis.

Were they of Anglo-Saxon, Caucasian stock, then you’d want to know why – maybe visas but when it is this ethnicity, religion, madness takes over among the left. You’d never hear a word about the Caucasians, only these.

That, for a start, is unbalanced, to say the least, disproportionate attention. Then it is the deliberate ignoring of facts in order to push the emotion. Here’s an example:

I was outraged by the ban on refugees from war-torn countries in the Middle East. I’ve covered refugees fleeing war in Iraq and Syria over the last two years, meeting families on the road in Greece, Serbia and Macedonia, speaking to poor people in Turkey and Jordan and discussing the hopes and fears of people displaced in Iraq. If you want to ban “terrorists,” these are the last people to hit with a refugee ban. Instead the government should be using the best intelligence possible to find people being radicalized, some of whom have lived in the US their whole lives or who come from countries not affected by the ban, such as Saudi Arabia or Pakistan.

Trump has not ‘banned’ Muslims, not yet. He has called a 90 day halt, in order to be able to process the hordes. This ‘processing and intelligence’ the writer speaks of – yes, that is precisely what the halt is about – to enable that to happen. If the left would just stop with the emotion and think for one moment!

‘Hordes’ is an emotive term, as is ‘jihadi’. The reason I chose ‘hordes’ is this sort of thing:

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There is much reportage [not MSM] that there has been lax vetting of the type. Examine the faces – how many stressed infants and women do you see? All men of fighting age. There have been many shots on Twitter of the schools and training camps over there and they start from infancy to learn how to fire weapons, how to stab infidels. That’s not fantasy, it’s fact.

Sa-udi and other nations there have refused to take them in. Their own brother nations and they refuse to take their own sort of people in. They insist alien nations thousands of miles awayh take them in.

Now why should that be? Why should such a mass of young men be coming in? This is where the blockage in the leftist brain really has to be removed.

There may well have been a peaceful, quiet community of Muslims until a decade ago but that’s not the issue. The issue now is that these are blended in with the peaceful and there is no way of knowing, first off, who are benign and who are not.

This therefore is the job of border control.

And that’s why 90 days is a minimum amount of time to start processing. However, the processing officers are appointees who would agree with the leftist policy of not vetting, not doing their jobs, except in a cursory manner. They’ve done it for years. Many are Millennials. So even if ordered from the White House, these officers can easily refuse to do their duty – who is going to check on that?

This is the major issue. And it’s expressed well here:

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And it takes time. Anything from government takes time to do properly.

If you removed the word ‘Muslim’ from the equation and inserted any word for some other religious/ethnic group in those numbers who are coming into your country, their leaders with the avowed intent of overthrowing your society, I’d wager there would not be anywhere near this outcry. Only with this particular group.

In the States, there is a second group down south but that’s a different issue.

Bottom line is, for all the left wail and howl, there is a huge number in our society who are deeply concerned about this. Were that not that number, then Trump would not have been elected and Brexit would not have happened. There are certainly those who wanted withdrawal for economic reasons but not in the north which carried Brexit.

Some may well be racist in the strict sense of the term but most would be offended to be called that. Seeing the issue in the terms expressed in this post is anything but racist, it is safeguarding the people of the land, especially the women and girls. And for good reasons the left know very well exist.

And that was the mandate Trump was elected on. Not only on that issue of course but it was part of it, a very large part of it, though the left refuse to admit it. Turn it around – those pussy heads two Saturdays ago, to be fair – there were many of them. Though a small percentage of the overall population, still – fair’s fair and there were large numbers. They are concerned about something. We are not but they are.

So the minimum position is to say, ‘Yes, we see you are saying that and what you think but a majority say you are in error.’ And at this time, majority is the only way to determine policy. That’s if you wish to apply the word ‘democratic to yourself’. The electoral college circumvents that dispute over who scored the majority, which is by no means settle science at this time.

Now let’s look at May. In the U.S., there was a Union Flag [UK] behind them. Where is it here? Is May unaware? Or is she more than aware but is doing it anyway?

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12 comments for “The issue we are split on

  1. mona
    January 29, 2017 at 9:45 am

    The Universalism of Islam, in all its embracing creed, is imposed on believers as a continuous process of warfare, psychological and political. if not strictly military—The, JIHAD, accordingly, may be stated as a doctrine of a permanent state of war, not continuous fighting. taken from –” The Quranic Concept of War”. by General S. K. Malik of the Pakistani Army.

  2. John in cheshire
    January 29, 2017 at 9:53 am

    Apparently while she was visiting, BAe signed a £100 million deal. Are we really going to pander to this muslim thug for such a paltry amount?

  3. Penseivat
    January 29, 2017 at 11:34 am

    Take the £100 million from the foreign aid budget. Most of it ends up with these religious fanatics anyway.

  4. January 29, 2017 at 2:10 pm

    Good points.

  5. January 29, 2017 at 3:09 pm

    Were it not for the misleading picture the mainstream media paints of the migrant crisis, I really wonder how split we would be. How many people have seen scenes like these on their TV screens:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaiJawAUyJ0&feature=youtu.be

    In this footage you see migrants throwing rocks at lorry drivers cabs, smashing their windows, threatening. This is just mindless aggressive vandalism there is no point to it. Imagine being a lorry driver alone in his cab facing this every day. A quote in the video from a lorry driver who has had to face the reality:

    “We get asked a lot by different people but do you not feel sympathy for the immigrants, the refugees and we did up to a point but we’re past that point now. When somebody is standing in front of you with a knife and a broken beer bottle, drawing their finger across their throat, looking at you, sympathy is a very very scarce emotion.”

  6. January 29, 2017 at 4:43 pm

    As the man said:- “The public should be suspicious of Trump’s policies and the media should speak truth to power and demand answers from the administration. But the media should also be truthful with the public and instead of claiming Trump singled out seven countries, it should note that the US Congress and Obama’s Department of Homeland Security had singled out these countries. It should have told us about theTerrorist Travel Prevention Act of 2015 rather than pretend this list was invented in 2017. Trump’s executive order said “countries of concern,” it didn’t make a list. That list was already made, last year and years before. ”

    All those clowns demonstrating at airports all over America are reacting to ‘fake news’ reports, and the only people to actually check and substantiate are bloggers such as us, and guys like SETH J. FRANTZMAN. But will you ever see headlines stating ‘We wuzz wrong?’ Not bloody likely!

  7. Gregory Tingey
    January 29, 2017 at 5:30 pm

    And the Persian girlfriend, trying to get home to Glasgow or Edinburgh with her boyfriend, having had a good holiday … & can’t even transit through NY airport & had to pay out an extra £2500 + ??

    And TWO tory MP’s who cannot now go to the USA?

    This is both stupid & vindictive.

  8. January 29, 2017 at 8:39 pm

    Just writing at this second – bit disappointed Greg hasn’t come in and said: “Bollox.” Speak of the devil.

    As for Trump – it has to start somewhere.

    • Gregory Tingey
      January 30, 2017 at 8:26 am

      I stand with “Stupid & Vindictive”

      PLEASE NOTE
      NONE of the actual terrorists who have attacked the USA came from ANY OF THE COUNTRIES whose inhabitants are banned.
      They (mostly) came from Saudi Arabia, where Donaldo Trumpolini has business interests … but they don’t get banned.
      I wonder why that might be the case?

      Answers on a postcard, please!

      • Brightside Bob
        January 30, 2017 at 8:10 pm

        “And TWO tory MP’s who cannot now go to the USA?”

        Really? REALLY? “Bollox” The FACTS say otherwise. #But_EMOTION!!!

        • January 31, 2017 at 3:16 am

          Emotion plus hypocrisy. Perfect way to expose Obama and the left whiners. Where were the protests when he did it?

  9. Gregory Tingey
    January 31, 2017 at 8:23 am

    http://fortune.com/2017/01/27/donald-trump-muslim-immigration-ban-conflict/

    Scroll-down half-a-page to see the map.

    The greed & hypocrisy should stand out?

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