Cleveland’s Muslim Immigrants Are Worried About Trump
Midani says that people have accosted her in rage while she’s trying to pray, and bosses have gone out of their way to deny her time to observe her faith. This only gets worse in the wake of terrorist attacks like the one that hit Nice, France, last week.
“I don’t want to be banned. Where would I go? I can’t go anywhere with my Syrian passport. Not a single country would accept me. I can’t get a visa… I’ll have to learn how to swim across Lake Erie and sneak into Canada.” She laughed. “It’s funny how unrealistic that sounds now, but it could actually be my reality.”
Mark Zuckerberg’s immigration reform group is ramping up its attacks on Donald Trump as the RNC gets under way
Mark Zuckerberg-backed FWD.us is escalating its attacks on Donald Trump’s immigration policies as the candidate prepares to accept the Republican party’s presidential nomination in Cleveland.
The immigration reform group launched a website, Trump365, that explores the human and economic toll of deporting an estimated 11 million people.
FWD.us cites estimates that the cost of such a mass deportation could reach $735 billion to $935 billion over the next 20 years (or about $11,442 per household). It argues that uprooting so many people would have disastrous consequences for the nation’s economy and cause labor shortages for specific industries, like construction.
Finland – June : 90% Of Migrant Applications – DENIED
Finland grants asylum to people who feel they encounter personal persecution in their home country. Subsidiary protection is granted to those who face the death penalty or serious personal danger due to an armed conflict.
Until May 17 of this year, asylum seekers also were eligible to receive asylum in Finland for humanitarian reasons, but this was repealed in May with an amendment to the Aliens Act.
The Finnish Immigration Service also changed its policy in May with regard to people from the countries of Iraq, Afghanistan and Somalia. The official stand is now that people can be returned to these countries, as they face no serious personal danger there. The change also means that the agency can deny an asylum application if there is reason to believe that the person in question can find a place to live in safety within the country’s borders.
Militant Black Gun Club Founder on Baton Rouge Cop Killings: ‘Natural Law to Take Up An Armed Approach’
Blaming events like the shooting on a “lack of justice,” Balogun warned those purportedly angry at what he claimed was “police terrorism” have grown frustrated with legal forms of protest and activism, which he complained did not accomplish their aims.
Balogun stated “We’ve felt that it is a natural law, if you will, before people would begin to take up an armed approach against injustice.”
I wonder how he’s going to feel about being on the receiving end of that argument?
Why you could soon be told to use Facebook at work
Facebook at Work allows users to create a separate profile for their working life so they can keep in touch with co-workers, collaborate on projects and open forums to discuss topics they want feedback on.
Like personal Facebook, FAW allows users to ‘connect and collaborate’ via in messaging, events, groups and apps.
Anyone worried about Clive from accounts seeing photos from their night out will be reassured by Facebook’s promise that your personal updates will not be included in your work feed, and vice versa.
Trump Plans ‘Extreme Vetting’ of Immigrants From Terror States
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said his administration would introduce “extreme vetting” of potential immigrants from certain “territories,” as his blanket ban on Muslims entering the U.S., proposed in December, continues to evolve.
“If people want to come in, there’s going to be extreme vetting,” Trump said in an interview broadcast Sunday on CBS News’ “60 Minutes.” “They’re going to come in and we’re going to know where they came from and who they are.”
Baton Rouge Shooter Claimed Blacks ‘Superior To Whites’ In Book
Baton Rouge cop killer Gavin Eugene Long wrote a self-help trilogy targeted at black people, titled “The Cosmo Way: A W(H)olistic Guide for the Total Transformation of Melanated People,” in which he claimed that black people are genetically superior to white people.
Long wrote all three books under the name Cosmo Setepenra — the same name he used on YouTube and Twitter and for his website. As originally reported by The Daily Caller, Long railed against “crackers” and claimed to have been a Nation of Islam member in the videos. Speaking of the trilogy in one of the YouTube videos, Long said, “I wrote it for my dark-skinned brothers.”
Teachers In England Urged To Use ‘Zie’ Pronoun For Transgenders
A new guidance written by the Boarding School Association urges teachers to address transgender students with the pronoun “zie” in an effort to “queer the education system.”
Teachers are supposed to learn a “new language” in order to not offend transgender students by calling them by the wrong pronoun, reports The Telegraph.
Muslims Were The Real Victims Of The Nice Terror Attack, The BBC Explains
More bad news from Nice: we learn from the BBC that local Muslims have been getting the cold shoulder from their kuffar neighbours. “People who yesterday would embrace me warmly are now cold towards me,” says one.
And all because of the unfortunate and terribly unfair coincidence that the man who mowed down over 100 people in a truck just happened to be called Mohamed, of Tunisian descent, and allegedly yelling “Allahu Akbar” as he went about his murderous spree.
“The worst affected by these attacks are us, the Muslims. We have seen an increase in abuse and threats,” complains local man Ahmed Mohamed.