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Post by Doka » 01-28-2017 12:43 PM

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I must say in my years on this planet, I have Never seen A President fulfill , or even Start Campaign Promises like this , EVER. And this only was only the 1st week!
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Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 01-28-2017 01:06 PM

Doka wrote:BACK TO TOPIC

I must say in my years on this planet, I have Never seen A President fulfill , or even Start Campaign Promises like this , EVER. And this only was only the 1st week!
:D Yeah Doka! Ain't that somethin' :!:

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Rock and Roll Friday it was and I'm not sure who the host was. 100% of the time they are talking sports, the Reds, the Bengals, college sports, etc. But not last night and the white noise static was making it tough but I heard the host say, " All sports aside we are talking the full four hours about President Donald Trump's first week in office!

Believe you me Doka, it was all positive. :wink:

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Post by Raggedyann » 01-28-2017 08:04 PM

Trump’s ‘vetting’ just made the world less free – and less safe

Those who underestimated Donald Trump were right. His policies, at least when it came to the “Muslim ban” weren’t that bad.

They were worse.

Mr. Trump hasn’t been President for 10 days yet – but he’s already delivered on possibly the most controversial policy he mooted during the presidential campaign. A policy that even many Republicans – at the time – denounced as bigoted and contrary to American values. The “Muslim ban” – or as Mr. Trump tried to cast it in a more “respectable” fashion as “extreme vetting” now exists. And it’s worse than anyone thought.

Let’s recap: Mr. Trump has now suspended the U.S. refugee program – a program that was already incredibly limited, and which allowed for a paltry number of refugees fleeing oppression, repression, and terrorist groups. These are some of the most vulnerable and defenceless people in the world – and the Trump administration has said, ‘Sorry, you’re not welcome.’ It’s a sad day when the so-called leader of the “free world” has declared, “yeah, we don’t care”; when a President who is the proclaimed candidate of the Christian right in the United States has taken a stance that would have ensured that the Messiah himself, a refugee, would have been unable to find refuge.

But Mr. Trump’s policy doesn’t stop there. Citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries, which haven’t actually produced any of the terrorists responsible for major atrocities against the United States in the past 16 years, are now banned, indefinitely. And it is, undeniably, a Muslim-ban – because non-Muslim refugees of those countries have an exemption route, if they choose to take it, from the ban.

The United States has effectively instituted a religious test. It’s abysmal.

But, again, Mr. Trump’s policy doesn’t stop there. It’s not only refugees that are being denied entry; it’s not even the non-issuing of new visas to citizens of those seven countries. People who already have visas are now being told – your visas are now cancelled. That includes, by the way, citizens who have worked for the United States – people who even served as interpreters for the U.S. in conflict zones, or worked in their diplomatic missions. They’re good enough to work for the U.S. overseas – but not to be admitted into the U.S.

It’s not even just that bad. It’s even worse. Green card holders – i.e., people who have already gone through aggressive checks and are one step away from being American citizens – are being told that even while they have built lives in the U.S., and may have been there for decades, they can now be denied entry into their new home.

Citizens of America’s closest allies, including the United Kingdom, my own country, are now also banned from entry into the United States, if they also hold the nationality of one of these seven countries. A Brit, born and raised in the U.K., but who happens to have a parent or grandparents from one of these seven countries, and thus hold the nationality of that country, even if they’ve never been to that country – they’re also banned.

What is there to say about this – except that it is all utterly and wholly outrageous.

There is only one respectable response to this policy from Americans inside the U.S. and leaders outside of the U.S. – unreserved and unqualified condemnation.

But no one should assume that is going to be the automatic retort. On the contrary: Republicans who mocked and denounced Mr. Trump for touting the proposed policy during the presidential election and primaries are now either giving silent consent, or openly supporting their new leader. My own Prime Minister, didn’t take the opportunity, when asked, to say she deplored the policy – instead, Theresa May said that the U.S. was responsible for its own policies.

It would be foolish to say that this policy will radicalize Muslims worldwide – they’re not automatons who will readily flip just because of a stupid and bigoted policy from this U.S. presidency. But make no mistake – this policy does give a huge amount of fodder to Islamic State and the extremist Islamist narrative. They will use and abuse it for years to come.

An irony of ironies: The only people happy with this policy today are right-wing populists in the West, and extremist Islamists worldwide. The free world has just become a lot less free – and certainly not one bit safer.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/ ... sf_globefb

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Re: Being The Donald

Post by Doka » 01-28-2017 11:53 PM

Good news ! They will be going to Canada! I don't believe that they even need to be vetted, the more the better. :D
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Post by Raggedyann » 01-29-2017 01:31 AM

Doka wrote:I don't believe that they even need to be vetted
Did you get that information from Trump's "Alternate facts" website?

Contrary to Trump's propaganda, refugees undergo a 2 year vetting process before they set foot on American soil. But the Trumpies suck up his nonsense without even researching the facts and thanks to idiots like this we all now have to live in fear, and this new fear has nothing to do with the actual refugees.

Vetting process for Syrian refugees coming to Canada:

http://globalnews.ca/news/2349421/heres ... in-canada/
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Re: Being The Donald

Post by Raggedyann » 01-29-2017 01:39 AM

Judge Blocks Part of Trump’s Immigration Ban After His Own Lawyers Can’t Justify It
Federal judge stays part of Trump's immigration ban after flustered U.S. Attorney admits government didn't have time to think through "important legal issues."

At 4:42 p.m. on Friday, President Donald Trump signed an insanely sweeping executive order citing 9/11 to justify a ban on all travel to the United States from citizens of seven mostly Muslim countries. Those didn’t include any of the countries the hijackers came from, or any of the countries where his own businesses have been the most active. It did include American green-card holders, and dual citizens of allies like Britain.

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http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2 ... fy-it.html

And this freaktard has the nuclear codes. :shock:
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Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 01-29-2017 08:20 AM

Here's what we usually get when the U.S. Government takes it's time to think through all the "important legal issues"!

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From the Twitter account of Ravi Singh ‏@RealRavii 4 hours ago

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Liberals crying on #MuslimBan by Trump

16 Muslim countries don't accept Israeli Passports, and there's no outrage by liberals!

Israelis are less Human ?


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Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 01-29-2017 09:32 AM

There is a Riddit subgroup named The Donald. This link goes to The Donald's transcribed questions and answers session with Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch.

Robert Spencer writes, "Yesterday evening I did an “Ask Me Anything” session at the Reddit subgroup The_Donald. I answered a wide variety of questions; you can read the exchanges here."

https://www.reddit.com/r/The_Donald/com ... he_donald/

The Jihad Watch link.......

https://www.jihadwatch.org/2017/01/robe ... e-anything

Too bad there is no video but an occasional curse word or more might not be a good thing on You Tube.

I think our new president will take this country back to September 11, 2001 as often as possible! Never forget what happened to Americans on that beautiful day for flying.


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Re: Being The Donald

Post by Doka » 01-29-2017 10:27 AM

Raggedyann wrote:
Doka wrote:I don't believe that they even need to be vetted
Did you get that information from Trump's "Alternate facts" website?

Contrary to Trump's propaganda, refugees undergo a 2 year vetting process before they set foot on American soil. But the Trumpies suck up his nonsense without even researching the facts and thanks to idiots like this we all now have to live in fear, and this new fear has nothing to do with the actual refugees.

Vetting process for Syrian refugees coming to Canada:

http://globalnews.ca/news/2349421/heres ... in-canada/
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2 year vetting? Fools or Saviors ? Only time will tell. :rolleyes:

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Canada's Trudeau welcomes refugees; U.S.-bound passengers turned away

WORLD NEWS | Sun Jan 29, 2017 | 4:28am EST

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Calgary, Alberta, Canada on January 24, 2017. REUTERS/Chris Bolin

By David Ljunggren and Anna Mehler Paperny | OTTAWA/TORONTO

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau welcomed those fleeing war and persecution on Saturday even as Canadian airlines said they would turn back U.S.-bound passengers to comply with an immigration ban on people from seven Muslim-majority countries.

In pointed tweets a day after U.S. President Donald Trump put a four-month hold on allowing refugees into the United States and temporarily barred travelers from the seven countries, Trudeau said refugees were welcome in Canada.

"To those fleeing persecution, terror & war, Canadians will welcome you, regardless of your faith. Diversity is our strength #WelcomeToCanada," Trudeau said on Twitter.

A second tweet, also timed to coincide with outrage over Trump's immigration policy, included a 2015 photo of Trudeau welcoming a Syrian refugee at a Canadian airport.

Confusion abounded at airports around the world on Saturday as officials tried to interpret the new U.S. rules.

Trudeau's office said U.S. authorities had confirmed Canadian passport holders, including dual citizens from the seven countries, would not be affected.

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-t ... 5C0RI?il=0
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Re: Being The Donald

Post by Doka » 01-29-2017 11:23 AM

You need to ask yourself, WHY? Why do they insist on flying these Refugees thousand of miles to America and Canada, away from the refugees homeland
Planned Invasion? Are well ALL BEING USED?
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FLASHBACK: Five Wealthiest Gulf Nations Have So Far Refused To Take A Single Syrian Refugee

The wealthiest Muslim nations – Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, UAE, Oman and Kuwait have accepted NO SYRIAN REFUGEES.

The article goes on to state the Gulf region ‘has the capacity to quickly build housing for the refugees’ according to a quote form the managing editor of Quartz news website, Bobby Ghosh.

From The Daily Mail:

He wrote: ‘The giant construction companies that have built the gleaming towers of Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Riyadh should be contracted to create shelters for the influx.

‘Saudi Arabia has plenty of expertise at managing large numbers of arrivals… There’s no reason all this knowhow can’t be put to humanitarian use.’

Where was the outrage from the left over this matter? There are surrounding nations that had been made wealthy from oil that had refused to take a single Syrian refugee.


Quote From Article

"Where was the rage from liberals when Obama banned all Iraqi refugees for 6 months in 2011?"

"Where was the “Women’s March” for all the women and children that were being butchered by the Syrian conflict when the Obama administration was in power?"




http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/01 ... n-refugee/
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Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 01-29-2017 05:50 PM

:oops: There goes the neighborhood! :| One can say that old phrase with the leaders of all three North American countries now at odds on immigration. One expects to loose citizens and one wants to gain citizens.

But at least one leader is not a subscriber to Robert Spencer's Jihad Watch Daily Digest. Just guess which one that is. :idea: And the other leader knows his country is not generally their destination. It's not their destination unless they are M.E. Islamic State subversives stealthily planning any night's to come for entry onto America's SW border. Knowing no wall stands in their way from no former US Presidents who never planned to build one. Finally there is one exception to their past leadership. There will be a border wall built someday and soon. :wink:

Now they have a refuge up North, and one hundred years from today we may need a wall six times as long on the U.S. side of the Canadian border! But what the heck, our hundreds of new and old American mosques are turning out large numbers of converts "in country" that would make any Baptist minister or Catholic priest jealous! :oops:

No one knows what their Imams preach. On Twitter I watched one secretive mosque video this day that had a sermon interpreted in English that would curl any Infidel's hair. I tried to copy it to enter that religious talk somewhere at FF, but no luck with that. Being brief when they immigrate, his words, or take over any country it belongs to them, forever! I'll stop right there at the risk of being banned at FF :!:

I think we're way too late at running fast to complete all the bases in this game! :oops: That game ball was dropped long ago folks :!:


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Post by Raggedyann » 01-29-2017 06:25 PM

President Trump's Muslim ban excludes countries linked to his sprawling business empire

President Trump’s most recent executive order effectively bans citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S. for at least 90 days — but some Muslim countries were spared from the order's blacklist, even though they have deep-seated ties to terrorism.

Conspicuously, Trump doesn't hold any business interests in any of the countries on the list, but holds major stakes in several of those excluded from it, records show.

Friday’s executive order, signed at the Pentagon, suspends the issuing of U.S. visas or travel permits to people from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.

Not a single American was killed on U.S. soil by citizens from any of those countries between 1975 and 2015, according to statistics tallied by the conservative-leaning Cato Institute.

However, the same set of statistics show that nearly 3,000 Americans were killed by citizens from Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt in the same time period — with the bulk of those killed being victims of the 9/11 attacks. Yet, people from those three countries are still welcome to apply for U.S. visas and travel permits.

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Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 01-29-2017 07:03 PM

My opinion on Muslim immigration from this Indiana firefighter who lost 343 brothers that day would put a hold on all coming over here. Until America can get it's act together knowing who CAN be vetted, but there's no paper trails on virtually all of them so they cannot be investigated. :oops:

There's just one question that they never will answer falsely, "Does Israel have the right to exist?" So leave the "lie detector" on the shelf. :wink:

I'll go with what President Donald Trump said when he was on the grueling 2016 campaign trail. We know he's softened his stance since then. My opinion agreed with his first mentioning this conundrum and you all know what that was! :idea:

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The MB is behind organizing the airport protests where only 140 out of 350K passengers were detained during Delta airline's computer shutdown. :confused: There's been a lot of yelling about very little!
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Post by Doka » 01-29-2017 08:20 PM

Here is a visual list of Trump Real Estate Portfolio

REAL ESTATE PORTFOLIO

http://www.trump.com/real-estate-portfolio/

Dubai and Canada should perhaps be on the list. As we don't know what is coming in from either Country.

Quote from Article

"Friday’s executive order, signed at the Pentagon, suspends the issuing of U.S. visas or travel permits to people from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen."

The above sounds like a good call to me, These are the current very Hot Spots for ISIS activity, their Names Where Not Drawn Out of A Hat!

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Quote from article

"However, the same set of statistics show that nearly 3,000 Americans were killed by citizens from Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt in the same time period — with the bulk of those killed being victims of the 9/11 attacks. Yet, people from those three countries are still welcome to apply for U.S. visas and travel permits."


Plus some other countries, mainly due to Obama's/ Hitlery/ Soros "Arab Spring" activities of forced Regime Change

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Well looky here! BET THIS GUY DOESN'T WORK AT Huff-Po any more


Hillary Clinton’s Enthusiasm for Regime Change Wars


Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton champions wars to effectuate regime change. Their immorality, illegality, and stupidity do not diminish Ms. Clinton’s enthusiasm for treating independent nations as serfs of the United States.

As First Lady, she warmly supported the Iraq Liberation Act of 1998, which made it the policy of the Unites States to overthrow Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. As United States Senator, she invoked the 1998 policy in voting for the 2002 Authorization to Use Military Force Against Iraq. Saddam’s successors proved a cure worse than the disease. Shiite dominated governments allied with Iran, oppressed Sunnis, Kurds, and Turkmen, and created a power vacuum that gave birth to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). Our national security has been weakened.

As Secretary of State in 2011, Ms. Clinton vocally supported the war against Libya to overthrow Muammar Gaddafi on the heels of his abandonment of weapons of mass destruction. She boasted with the dripping arrogance of Julius Caesar after Gaddafi’s death: “We came, we saw, he died.” She insisted that regime change in Libya was for humanitarian purposes. She agreed with President Barack Obama that to be faithful to “who we are,” we must overthrow governments that are oppressing their citizens by force and violence.

Like the French Bourbons who forgot nothing and learned nothing, Ms. Clinton eagerness to initiate wars for regime change was undiminished by the Iraq and Libya debacles. She urged war against Syria to oust President Bashar al-Assad. She confidently insinuated that we could transform Syria into a flourishing democracy sans James Madisons, George Washingtons, or Thomas Jeffersons because of our unique nation-building genius. She forgot South Sudan. We midwifed its independence in 2011. Despite our hopes and prayers, the new nation descended into a gruesome ongoing civil war including child soldiers between the Dinka lead by President Salva Kiir and the Nuer lead by former Vice President Riek Machar. More than 50,000 have died, more than 2.2 million have been displaced, and a harrowing number have been murdered, tortured, or raped. South Sudan epitomizes our nation-building incompetence.

A very good Article
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/bruce-fei ... 72652.html


IRRELEVANT you say.........

All this IS connected.......If not for the" Fearsome 3s " Meddling We Would NOT be having this discussion at ALL, these war mongers created the wars, that created the Refugees and put the Muslim Radicals in the Mix to be deliberately placed in Europe , Canada and the US. You will never know who those Radicals are until it is too late!

They can not be and are not vetted! Men and Women!
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