During his presidential campaign – and ever since his inauguration – President Trump has constantly called on the other members of NATO to increase their financial contribution. At the time Trump took office, only three of the 29 NATO nations were meeting their agreed-to funding of two percent of Gross Domestic Product. As with the UN, the United States was the only nation carrying a disproportionate percentage of the alliance budget.
In typical fashion, Trump was pretty rough on our NATO allies. He treated them like the deadbeats they were.
That got our pin-stripped pants folks in the international relations community all a twitter – so to speak. They accused Trump of violating diplomatic norms – bullying our friends. They accused Trump of trying to destroy NATO as a gift to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The complainers broke down into two camps – those who simply hate Trump and those know-it-alls in the diplomatic community who had been calling on the other members of NATO to increase their contribution – but did nothing about it. Consequently, it never happened. Doing nothing, after all, is the diplomatic norm in their world.
So, what is the situation today?
Weeeeell, the number of nations meeting their commitment has increased from three to eight – and most of the other nations have increased their contributions. In a recent press conference, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg reported an increase in NATO income of $130 billion since 2016 (the year Trump became President) – and said that there still needs to be more improvement in member nations meeting their quotas.
Stoltenberg said that increases in member contributions were necessary because of more dangerous international conditions, terrorism, and new military technologies. But … he said that such increases should NOT be because Trump called for them. They had nothing to do with the guy who had been bullying and threatening them, according to the Secretary General.
Now let’s get this picture straight. For decades, the American diplomatic establishment has been trying to get our NATO allies in meeting their financial obligations without any success – even as international conditions became more dangerous, terrorism resulted in a Caliphate off the shore of Europe and military technologies improved immensely. NATO could keep pace with those past events thanks to the misguided generosity of one nation – America.
Democrats and their media allies have been quick to take up the narrative set forth by Stoltenberg. If you start with the argument that nothing Trump does will have good results, it is easy to assume his pressures on NATO had nothing to do with the improvements in funding. But that is preposterous.
In an odd analysis, former General Mark Hertling – a consistent Trump critic – derisively said that the NATO leaders only playing up to Trump so that he would not grouse so much about the funding shortfalls – another example of who Trump Derangement Syndrome addles the left-wing brain. Of course, there were placating Trump. That is called a victory – something Hertling should understand.
The only thing that changed in terms of NATO funding between now and then has been the election of Trump and the public shaming (bullying, if you prefer) he bestowed on our allies. And as far as that nonsense about helping Putin, Trump actually strengthened NATO, added to the membership rolls and sent military aide to Ukraine – a nation eager to join NATO and avoid being Putin’s next conquest.
Though lost in the fog of impeachment – intentionally, to be sure – the increased funding of NATO is a “yuge” victory for Trump, the United States, and the free world. Mark up one more for The Lipper.
So, there ‘tis.
Being the greatest military power in the world is what apparently most world powers strive to be. This is especially true when considering the United States of America. I guess the motto is win or go home. This country has been doing quite a bit of winning. Most of these wins go unnoticed by the general public. This is because a lot of victories are won covertly. Of course, transparency is not exactly what I would expect from a government. A team can’t let an opposing team get a hold of its playbook. Some of the decisions made by government and military officials are above the pay grade of the average individual. The government can’t expose all. Take it from an Army veteran. But, to what extent should a nation go to be and remain at the top of the pile?
Our government and military have come under fire for its involvement with Nazi war criminals. These men were recruited by the United States under the top-secret program called Operation Paperclip. There were a total of 1600 scientists and engineers that were covertly brought over to the United States via Operation Paperclip to help the U.S. win the arms race. These Nazi scientists were responsible for and carried out some of the most horrific and heinous war crimes in history. Eugenics was one of the tools used to get rid of unwanted groups of people. Most people feel that eugenics started in Germany. This is not true. Eugenics actually started in America and was spearheaded by Margaret Sanger. She was also the progenitor of Planned Parenthood.
Granted, the U.S. was desperately working on keeping a few steps ahead of the now-debunked Soviet Union. Anything to stay ahead of a rival nuclear power. But, at what cost? Instead of the U.S. making sure that these Nazi war criminals were prosecuted for their atrocious and inhumane attack on humanity, they were suited to be recruited. That’s right. The very same scientist that worked to exterminate an entire ethnic group (Jews) were given asylum in the United States of America.
In the spring of 1945, the U.S. Navy “received in custody” the inventor of the Hs 293 missile. His name was Herbert A. Wagner. Wagner was an Austrian that worked in the field of aerodynamics. The Hs 293 missile is also known as the Henschel Hs 293 glide bomb. Werner Von Braun created the United States V2 Rocket. Werner was the leading aerospace engineer in Nazi Germany.
After WWII, Schreiber testified in the Nuremberg Trials against Herman Goering. He also worked for the CIA and therefore shielded from being prosecuted for is medical atrocities that he himself committed. Is this how justice works? It didn’t work for John Gotti but it did work for Sammy “The Bull” Gravano. During the reign of the Nazi’s, he introduced lethal phenol injections to effectively exterminate so-called trouble makers. Schreiber conducted savage experiments. One such experiment included cutting open the legs of women imprisoned at Ravensbrueck and purposely infecting them with gangrene. Afterwhich, they were given bone transplants. This would usually end in a slow and agonizing death. Walter later reemigrated to Argentina.
Our government and military have been dealing in black ops or clandestine operations all across the world. These programs go on without the knowledge outside of the knowledge of the general public. Was the fear of the Bear so extreme that the U.S. is justified in its acts? Are there no holds barred when protecting a nation’s sovereignty? These are definitely some points that we may need to evaluate further when thinking of the future of America.
In order to create a press release issue that would give her a few minutes of face time in front of the camera, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi invited President Trump to be a witness.
Kneejerk reaction has been that Trump would never even consider such a proposal. It is unprecedented and arguably risky. Pelosi even suggested that Trump could respond to questions in writing. This invitation my have been more palpable if House Democrats had not just opened yet ANOTHER investigation – this time arguing that Trump had lied – perjured himself – in one of his written responses in the investigation by Special Counsel Mueller.
In that case, Trump said he did not recall any conversation with former advisor Roger Stone regarding Wikileaks. Since Trump said he could not recall, it is extremely unlikely that a perjury charge could be pursued in a court-of-law – but, of course, such concocted “crimes” can be played out in a non-judicial impeachment process.
Still, I told friends not to be too convinced that the invitation would be rejected. After all, this is Donald Trump. He loves a good fight – maybe too much so.
Whether he was sincere or not, Trump has indicated an interest in testifying on his own behalf. He has not revealed if that would be in person or in writing. Obviously, the latter would be less risky, but a personal appearance would be a YUGE media show – and we know how he loves a YUGE media show.
If Trump decided he wanted to testify in person and he asked my advice – which he never has – I would tell him to NOT testify under oath –explaining that he knows any misstatement or lack of recollection would be elevated to a republic-destroying statement and be included in the Democrat’s hypothetical Articles of Impeachment.
He could point out that every Democrat on that committee has been lying with impunity. But since they are not under oath and actually have immunity from the laws of slander and libel (so much for no man is above the law), there is no reason why he should testify under oath.
Most observers speculate that Trump will not testify – and I suspect they are correct. But what a show it would be.
So, there ‘tis.
One of President Trump’s least desirable traits is his love of public spats – in many cases needless and self-defeating. He did it again during the impeachment hearing with former Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch.
As I watched the play-by-play action – or lack of action – in the so-called impeachment inquiry, it was obvious that Trump’s team – the Republicans on the Intelligence Committee — were winning for the most part. Although you will not get that view from the east coast media propaganda machine.
In the middle of Yovanovitch’s testimony, Trump had to take to Twitter with a gratuitous tweet blasting the ambassador’s career in the diplomatic service – even as Republicans praised her past service.
The inquiry itself had little to do with the issues for possible impeachment. It was more like a job review for the reassigned ambassador. There was mostly bipartisan praise for her past diplomatic service and on a bipartisan admission that a President can remove, replace or reassign an ambassador at will. As Yovanovitch admitted, President Trump could reassign her without any public expression of purpose.
Instead, it is alleged that Yovanovitch was subjected to an alleged “smear campaign” led by former New York Mayor and Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani. While the smear campaign was referenced innumerable times throughout the hearing, there was virtually no specifics provided as to what was said or alleged in the so-called smear campaign.
What came across in the hearing – although not in most of the highly distorted post-hearing reporting – was that Yovanovitch was NOT a fact-based witness. She was already out of Ukraine when all the discussions of investigations and any role by the Bidens were taking place.
If her testimony had any relevancy in the current proceedings, it was arguably to Trump’s benefit. In fact, when asked if she had ANY information suggesting ANY criminal activity by Trump, she answered, “no.”
She did, however, indicate that the participation of Hunter Biden on the board of the corrupt Burisma Holdings energy company while his father was Vice President of the United States – with Ukraine as part of his portfolio — was a problem. She agreed with the earlier testimony of Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs George Kent that it minimally created “an appearance of conflict-of-interest.” Since an appearance of a criminal conflict-of-interest might indicate that a crime has been committed – and the further fact that Hunter Biden was serving on a known corrupt enterprise — an investigation seems a prudent and reasonable response.
Instead, there was repeated … and repeated … praise of her past service. One member of Congress asked how she and her family “felt” about what has happened to her – pumping up the narrative of victimization. They referred to her as being “fired” when, in fact, she was reassigned to a plum position that she requested – a State Department professorship at Georgetown University.
It was obvious that Yovanovitch was on the stand solely to make Trump look bad for removing her and saying unkind things. That is a valid complaint but NOTHING to do with ANYTHING relative to impeachable offenses.
Since the second day of public testimony – like the first day – failed to lay a glove on Trump, why was he motivated to tweet in the middle of the hearing. It struck me a bit like taking out a baseball pitcher after he struck out the first six batters.
Trump’s tweet was ill-timed, inappropriate and probably wrong. By all measures, Yovanovitch had a pretty good career at State. That does not mean that she should not have been replaced. For her part, she was unhappy with the way Trump was dealing with Ukrainian matters. In turn, he had lost confidence in her.
One major fact ignored by Democrats and their friends in the media is that the newly-elected President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, expressed his displeasure with her during the phone conversation with Trump. Zelensky said that Yovanovitch had been “working against him” during his campaign. With both leaders having lost confidence in Yovanovitch, there was little choice but to reassign her.
The major problem seems to be Trump’s going on a public attack on her. It was unnecessary. Yovanovitch was correct when she said that Trump could have simply reassigned her without making a public case of it. He certainly did not have to pile on with his tweet during her testimony. In a situation in which the Democrats were holding a weak hand in making an impeachment case, Trump slipped them a pair of aces.
This is not the first time that Trump had created a needless controversy for himself. He does it often. While he rightfully complains about the coverage he receives from the east coast media cabal, he keeps handing them more material for their bogus narratives.
It is an inexplicable bad habit that – if unchecked – just might cost him the presidency.
So, there ‘tis.
The amount of so-called ‘asylum seekers’ pouring into the United States is set to be slashed by at least 40 percent in 2020 compared this year, where 30,000 migrants were settled throughout the country.
President Trump has authorized a cap on the ‘refugee resettlement program’ for the Fiscal Year of 2020, the Associated Press reports. The cap would permit no more than 18,000 ‘refugees’ to be resettled in the interior of the country in 2020. Once realized, this would represent an 80 percent reduction in the inflow of refugees compared to what was seen under President Obama.
Furthermore, it is conceivable that the number of so-called refugees allowed to stay in the country in 2020 could be even less than 18,000.
In the Fiscal Year of 2019 (October 1st, 2018 to September 30th, 2019), 30,000 refugees were resettled across the interior of the United States.
Of the 30,000 that were resettled, over 12,900 came from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, 4,900 arrived from Burma, more than 4,400 made their way from Ukraine, and close to 1,200 came from Afghanistan.
Although the majority of the resettled refugees are Christian (i.e. Catholic, Protestant, etc.), those who came from Afghanistan are Muslim.
Over fifty percent of the resettled refugees were distributed across 12 states. While Texas absorbed the most with 2,500 refugees, the states of California, New York, Washington, Arizona, Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Illinois, North Carolina, Georgia, and Kentucky each took more than 1,000 refugees.
Official White House immigration numbers have revealed that from 2008 to 2018, the United States has permanently resettled over 1.7 million foreign nationals through its different humanitarian programs.
According to the Federation for American Immigration Reform, refugee resettlement costs American taxpayers close to $9 billion every five years.
Despite reports that smugglers are punching holes in sections of Donald Trump’s newly built border wall, the president says his wall can still cut it when it comes to border security.
The president has shrugged off concerns that smugglers may be able to cut through portions of the U.S.-Mexico border wall with ease, as a new report had suggested. Asked by reporters outside the White House to comment on the matter, Trump conceded that although the border wall was powerful, “you can cut through anything. But, we have a lot of people watching,” Trump qualified. “Cutting is one thing, but it’s easily fixed. One of the reasons we did it the way we did, it’s very easily fixed.”
Trump’s comments came after reports in the Washington Post revealed that in recent months, smugglers had managed to breach sections of the border wall by “sawing through steel and concrete,” creating gaps wide enough to smuggle people and drugs through them.
U.S. border agents told the Post that the smugglers have been using reciprocating saws to cut through steel and concrete. The saws could cut through beams, regardless of their material, in just a few minutes, they said.
When smugglers have breached a section of the wall, a welding crew would be dispatched to fix the opening, the Post added. In other cases, smugglers would return a cut piece to its position, using putty to make it look like it was fixed. This way they could keep smuggling humans and drugs through these openings, according to the Post’s report.
Electronic sensors aimed at detecting vibrations from saws have been installed in some areas, but not all, the report said. Alternatively, smugglers have used makeshift ladders to climb one side of the wall and hang ropes to scale down the other side.
An administration official responded to the Washington Post’s reporting, saying that such instances were still relatively rare and the new fencing had “significantly increased security and deterrence” along the San Diego and El Centro sections of the U.S.-Mexico border.
No official comment on the WashPo article has been released by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency.
After a cadre of House Republicans stormed a closed-door deposition in a secure area and managed to disrupt the Democrats’ impeachment inquiry for hours, House Oversight Committee ranking member Jim Jordan kept the pressure on Democrats by pushing for more transparency — including public testimony from the whistleblower at the center of the probe. In an initial letter to House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff Jordan — joined by House Intelligence Committee ranking member Devin Nunes and Foreign Affairs Committee ranking member Michael McCaul — called for the whistleblower to come out of hiding, so that his or her “sources and credibility” can be “fully assessed.” The committee chairs noted that Schiff had previously promised that the whistleblower would provide “unfiltered” testimony “very soon” concerning an Aug. 12 complaint.
But, the Republicans charged, Schiff abruptly “reversed course” after reports of the whistleblower’s potential political bias emerged, along with evidence that Democratic congressional committee staff had spoken to the whistleblower before the complaint was filed.
The Republicans asserted that evidence has since emerged that “contradicts” the claims in the whistleblower’s initial complaint, including that the Ukrainian president has said he felt no “pressure” during a July call with President Trump to investigate 2020 Dem front-runner Joe Biden, his son Hunter and Biden business interests in Ukraine, and the erroneous claim that Trump had asked Ukrainians to hand over a server. These and similar revelations of inconstancies have prompted Jordan and fellow Republicans to demand more information on the person’s sources.
The lawmakers further demanded testimony from any sources the whistleblower relied upon to draft the complaint, which contained only secondhand information.
House Republicans Storm the Inquiry
House Republican Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., claimed that Schiff “fled with the testifying witness” when roughly 50 Republicans, including several not on one of those three committees, went “face-to-face and demand access to ongoing impeachment proceedings.”
Some Republicans asked to be arrested by Capitol police officers, Fox News has learned, hoping that it would help them make their case that Democrats are abusing the impeachment process.
Republicans said they took the dramatic step to storm the deposition because Democrats’ impeachment inquiry hasn’t been transparent, even as Democrats selectively leak some testimony and evidence to the press. The inquiry is being led by three committees made up of both Democrats and Republicans, but members of Congress not on those committees do not have access to any of the sensitive documents or interviews relating to the probe. Republicans also do not have co-equal power to subpoena witnesses or pursue evidence in the probe.
The standoff unfolded Wednesday morning after lawmakers held a news conference in which they accused House Democrats of lack of transparency. The Republicans specifically decried that the deposition was happening behind closed doors and said Americans should be able to read the transcripts of any interviews being conducted as part of impeachment.
Democrats have promised to release the transcripts when it won’t affect their investigation.
President Trump’s personal attorney, Rudolf Giuliani, made good on his promise yesterday to provide evidence of Former VP Joe Biden and his son Hunter’s shady dealings with Ukraine.
The fired prosecutor at the center of the Ukraine controversy said during a private interview with Rudy Giuliani earlier this year that he was told to back off an investigation involving a natural gas firm that was linked to Joe Biden’s son. The details of that interview were within a packet of documents – apparently amassed by Giuliani — that were handed over to Congress after an urgent request for a meeting by the State Department’s inspector general.
Fox News obtained a copy of Giuliani’s notes from his January 2019 interview with fired Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin in which he claimed that his “investigations stopped out of fear of the United States.”
“Mr. Shokin attempted to continue the investigations but on or around June or July of 2015, the U.S. Ambassador Geoffrey R. Pyatt told him that the investigation has to be handled with white gloves,” which according to Mr. Shokin, that implied that he was to “do nothing,” the notes from the interview stated. The notes also claimed Shokin was told Biden had held up U.S. aid to Ukraine over the investigation.
Shokin was fired in April 2016, and his case was “closed by the current Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko,” according to the notes. Despite his claims to the contrary, Shokin had been seen as very corrupt by the international community on both sides of the Atlantic.
But Biden’s role is back in the spotlight after Democrats launched an impeachment inquiry over Trump’s efforts to convince Ukraine to look into Biden’s actions.
It is known that Biden has famously boasted on camera that when he was Vice President and spearheading the Obama administration’s Ukraine policy, he successfully pressured Ukraine to fire Shokin who was the top prosecutor at the time.
Giuliani alleges that Shokin had been investigating the founder of Burisma Holdings, where Hunter Biden had a lucrative role on the board at the time, although other documents indicate that the investigation into Burisma was already frozen. If Biden had anything to do with that, it remains to be seen.
Dems Rally Around Former Veep
Biden’s supporters have maintained that his intervention prompting the firing of Shokin had nothing to do with his son, but rather was tied to the corruption concerns. The Biden campaign has also slammed Giuliani and blasted media outlets for giving him air time. The campaign wrote to NBC News, CBS News, Fox News, and CNN to voice “grave concern that you continue to book Rudy Giuliani on your air to spread false, debunked conspiracy theories on behalf of Donald Trump.”
“The substance of President Trump and Rudy Giuliani’s claims have been roundly discredited,” Biden Deputy Campaign Manager Kate Bedingfield said last week. “This is not a claim from the campaign or Joe Biden. This is an irrefutable fact.”
However, the notes of the interview found within the “Giuliani Files,” seem to dispute this account. At the time, according to the interview, Shokin was investigating Mykola Zlochevsky, the former minister of ecology and natural resources of Ukraine. Zlochevsky also happens to be the founder of Burisma.
Hunter Biden was appointed to the board of the firm, which Shokin claimed was an appointment made by Zlochevsky “in order to protect himself.”
Our political system is nothing more than political theater. It is the big stage where the written script directs reality. The difference is on this stage the outcome is real. Wars are created, blood is shed and power is put in place. Our reality is being manipulated by the hands of those who hold the strings. Information is given on a need to know basis and those in power feel you don’t need to know much.
Our political system has been the subject of ridicule since it’s inception up until the present day. Ever since actors could become presidents even a blind man can see that the whole game is rigged. Many believe that Donald Trump never believed that he would win the presidency but what if Donald Trump was the last president of the United States of America?
There was a book written in 1900 called The Last American President written by Ingersol Lockwood. Ingersol was born in 1841 in Ossining, New York. Like his father, he also took up the profession of a lawyer as well as a writer and well known public speaker. In 1862 Ingersol was appointed a council to the Kingdom of Hanover by Abraham Lincoln. In fact, in 1896 he wrote another book titled Baron Trumps Marvelous Underground Journey.
The story begins in Russia where the young Baron Trump learned how to travel through time. It was here where Baron received instructions from The Don, Master Of All Masters. In this book, Baron Trump travels to Russia looking for a portal to a new world. Hollow Earth. Ingersol’s books were way ahead of the time. The strange part is that this Baron Trump lives in a castle in the novel that was named effectively Trump Castle. Strangely he closely resembles the young Barron Trump of our present time.
In this book The Last President, Trump actually becomes president of the United States. The book begins with Trump winning the presidency. In the book, Trump is looked at as impassable by most people but he wins the election anyway. This is eerily similar to our current president’s situation. Many people felt that Donald Trump was only running for the exposure and to boost his brand. Boy did he boost it! In The Last President, the book predicts that socialists and anarchists will riot and start an uprising in the streets of New York City and that Donald Trump would be our last president. In the book, Trump was actually encouraging an uprising. Basically Ingersol wrote of how Commies were taking over the country and there was social unrest throughout while the rich stay locked away growing old in their homes. The mob takes over Chicago and people were assassinated. The people felt that the newly elected president had ties with the money lenders and usurers.
President Trump’s hotel in this book is on 5th Avenue. The same address as Trump Towers in our present time. Another very peculiar fact is that in the book president Trump’s secretary of agriculture is named Laffe Pence. Our current vice president’s name just happens to be Pence. One has to wonder are these merely coincidences or are they apart of some sort of synchronicity beyond our basic comprehension? How could Ingersol foresee such events? Was he channeling information from a higher power as a medium, maybe he actually came in contact with Barron Trump traveling to the past, or is it likely that Ingersol traveled through time himself to see the future?
116 years in the future and Donald Trump is our current president. Remember Back to the Future II with Michael J. Fox? The character Biff stole McFly’s sports almanac that he got from traveling into the future. He made some sports bets, etc. and got filthy rich. In the movie, Biff had a weird yellowish-orange hair-do. He strangely resembles the 45th president. Not to mention the filthy rich factor. Is this also a coincidence?
The rumor is that Donald Trump, our current president, has the manuscripts of Nikola Tesla which were given to him by his uncle John Trump. Ingersol Lockwood was deep into hermeticism and the occult sciences. He also was the author of Laconis of Cult which expressed his vast understanding of the occult as well as esoteric knowledge. On March 13, 1895, Tesla was seen in a cafe by a reporter shaken to his core. He said he almost lost his life doing an experiment where he was hit with an electromagnetic ray of sorts. He was able to see the past present and future all simultaneously. Tesla died in 1943 in his hotel room where his property was seized by the Office of Alien Property. The expert they had come to review the documents and notes of Tesla’s confiscated paperwork was none other than engineer John G. Trump. Donald Trump’s uncle.
John Trump steals the documents concerning time travel and effectively lied to his superiors. The notes John took detailed the makings of a time machine. He studied the notes and eventually built one. In this time machine, he sees the apocalypse caused by Tesla’s Death Ray. John felt that he had to do something to prevent the creation of this Death Ray.
Unable to use the machine to go back to Tesla’s time himself to prevent Tesla from creating his Death Ray due to the need to have someone operate it, John decides to send Donald Trump back in time. John Trump modified the machine and sent Donald to 1890’s New York where he met Ingersol Lockwood. There he learned that he would be the president of the United States and would have a son but was unable to intercept Tesla.
Donald comes back with the knowledge of the apocalypse and the prophecy of his presidency. He has a son and named him Barron and sets his sites on the white house. As predicted, he won.
Is Donald Trump our last president? Are all of the similarities I mentioned facts, mere coincidences or a matter of the occult. I would advise researching the books The Last President, Baron Trump’s Marvelous Underground Journey and Laconis of Cult if possible so that you can get a better understanding. Be free.
“You don’t feel like you’re in America anymore,” said one observer.
A video published on YouTube over a year ago claimed that the Muslim population in Dearborn, Michigan, had reached almost 50 percent.
Life-long resident Brian demonstrated this point by driving a News Guru reporter to the east side of Dearborn. Brian said:
“You’ll see the culture shift where you won’t feel that you’re in the United States any longer.”
The change recorded on video was startling. Suddenly, every billboard and all commercial signage were written in Arabic. Buildings were adorned with Arabic architectural features, notably domed roofs. English letters spelled out “American Moslem Society” on the side of one building.
The video credited former U.S. President Barack Obama with taking in more Middle Eastern migrants than Mexico and Central American combined.
We know that some of these newly-arrived Muslims defrauded the Minnesota daycare and other public assistance programs a whopping $100 million a year. Whether they brought their money with them or robbed it from their unsuspecting host country, migrants are literally buying America out from under us.
“They come in to buy the strip mall. They move the previous owners out. They increase the rent dramatically to force people out. And then, they put similar businesses in but with an Arabic tone,” explained Brian.
Some Syrian migrant men have arrived in Dearborn with up to four wives accompanying them (Islam sanctions polygamy). The men file for public assistance with one and bring in the other three as extended family members.
Brian said migrants drive expensive cars (“Range Rovers” and others valued at $70 thousand) while paying for food with the state welfare department’s EBT (electronic benefit transfer) cards. They lived in homes valued between $250,000-$300,000, wore designer clothes carrying Prada purses while shopping with coupons and accepting Medicaid benefits.
Immigrants from the Middle East represent the fastest-growing demographic in the U.S.
In 2016, nearly 85,000 refugees were settled in the U.S. by the State Department. In 2018, the number dropped to 45,000. The Trump administration announced plans in the fall of 2018 to further reduce that number to 30,000 for 2019.
As of the 2010 census, Dearborn, Michigan had a population of 98,153 and was home to the nation’s largest Muslim population.
Muslims are using their wealth and number to influence the U.S. educational and governing systems. Dearborn employed a Muslim refugee to welcome other Arabs from war-torn countries with a sympathetic “long journey on a cattle raft” story. Dearborn is a different kind of American community because “many of the students in the Dearborn Public Schools are refugees who have come from countries embroiled in devastating civil wars like Syria or Yemen.”
Further proof of the rise of Islam in the U.S. comes from St. Louis Park City in Minnesota which is located in Muslim Congresswoman Omar Ilhan’s district. On June 17, 2019, the city council there voted to do away with reciting the Pledge of Allegiance to Old Glory before each meeting.
Councilman Tim Brausen announced that the reasoning behind dispensing with this time-honored custom was the standard liberal feel-good refrain: to accommodate the religious, cultural, and political beliefs of a significant minority that is rapidly gaining ground in America:
“In order to create a more welcoming environment to a diverse community, we are going to forgo saying the Pledge of Allegiance before every meeting.”
In 2018, a middle school in Virginia banned all songs that mentioned “Jesus” from its annual Christmas concert. The reason given, according to the choir teacher at Robious Middle School in Chesterfield, was:
“We had a few students who weren’t comfortable singing a piece I have done many times in the past, but it is of a sacred nature and does mention Jesus.”
The unspoken cultural war between Christians and Muslims is going on abroad as well. An Australian city council voted to cancel funding for the annual Christmas event they had sponsored for 25 years. The reason given by Counselor Darren Kruse for putting an end to “Carols by the Creek” in Adelaide should be a familiar one by now:
“People of Muslim faith, and Sikh faith, and the multitude of other faiths we have in our community may not feel included.”
Chris Kenny, a local news reporter responded:
“What weak, self-loathing rot. People talk about the culture wars – this is cultural shame, cultural humiliation, cultural embarrassment, it’s even cultural vandalism. There’s no shame in continuing your culture, enjoying it, adding to it, and celebrating it.”
“This episode just exposes the intellectual, moral, social, and cultural weakness of the virtue signalers and the green-left poseurs.”
Many in the United States agree that migrants who shun integration in favor of separatism and governmental overthrow need closer attention from the federal government. People who question the Leftist agenda to flood Muslims into every part of the western world are labeled “anti-Islamic” and “Islamaphobic.”
The fact remains that Muslims are instructed by their religious leaders from birth to follow their faith which preaches subjugation of and death to the infidel.