Trump Plans Crack Down on Muslim Immigration

The mainstream media including Fox have apparently not noticed that in Trump’s five-page immigration plan he intends to cut down on immigration from Middle East countries posing a terrorist risk. This includes at least Saudi Arabia, Somalia, and so-called refugees from Iraq and Syria. In fact, Trump plans to increase overall fiscal scrutiny and security measures on our much abused asylum and refugee programs. He is particularly concerned with President Obama’s un-vetted surge of Iraqi and Syrian refugees. Although severe persecution and slaughter of Christian and other non-Muslim minorities in ISIS held parts of Syria and Iraq is raging, few of Obama’s refugees are Christian or other religious minorities. Trump has also been sounding the alarm about Christian persecution worldwide, but the most egregious cases have been in predominantly Muslim nations or regions.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Does anyone still think there is a better candidate out there?
    I’m not trying to pick a fight, I’m just curious

    • He’s got my vote!

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        I’ll have your “Illegal Alien” absentee ballots mailed out tomorrow.
        While I’m at it, would you and the Mrs. like a pair of California driver’s licenses too?
        Maybe Pip would like some in-state tuition in the Sunshine State from the UC and Cal state systems?
        It’s really no trouble.
        🙂

        • Sign us up!

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Your welfare check is in the mail! 🙂

        • Mickey Oberman

          What generosity.
          D by N recognizes the genius of Canadian thinkers.

      • Justin St.Denis

        Mine too.

    • Trump has hit a tap root. The issue of immigration bigger than most politician think.

      And the Issue of Muslim immigration is even larger.

      For his stand on Muslim immigration alone – I will vote for him.

      The rest of the politicians are a bunch of PC whimps.

      Go Donald go. Tell it the way it is.

      • The public is well ahead on the curve. The politicians will have to play catch up.

        • Canadian

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      • Maurixio Garciasanchez

        You got a point .

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          Do you know how awesome a North America would be without any unassimilated Mexicans and Hispanics?
          Heaven on Earth!

          • Maurixio Garciasanchez

            It will awesome if the US return all the 4 the states that stole from Mexico too

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            We bought them. They are ours.
            Besides, why do you care? You are not Mexican.

          • Maurixio Garciasanchez

            It doesn’t matter I’m a Latin American we are attach somehow.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Then let me ask you this.
            If all Hispanic “homelands” are such shitholes that you have to leave and learn another language just to get away from them, what makes you think that Mexico and the Mexicans would not turn the American southwest is just another Hispanic epicenter of poverty and corruption?
            Just look at the difference between Tijuana and San Diego.
            They are separated by only a mile or less, but one is better than the other.
            Do you think that might be because Americans made San Diego a nice place while Mexicans made Tijuana a shithole.
            Besides, there is still no way the Mexicans would let you live there while they were bringing the standard of living down to their usual level.

          • Maurixio Garciasanchez

            We are living in the 21st century , I can go anywhere I wish that’s my personal problem , you are thinking like 3 or 4 centuries ago , then if you are so smart aND perfect why did you bring slaves from Africa , or illegals to do the agriculture in the US .

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            We didn’t bring even 1/10th as many African slaves as you Hispanics brought to Centeral and South America, especially Brazil.
            I agree, we should have picked our own cotton and harvested our own vegetables.

            The illegals came all on their own. I guess a better answer is why did we ever tolerate their presence?
            Yep, our mistake there.

          • Maurixio Garciasanchez

            Just deport all of them and put your dog’s to do your agriculture industry , I’m sure dogs are more important than children in your brain that’s the main reason your whole race is collapsing.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Don’t worry about our reproduction rates, that number will return to a healthy number after the illegals are gone and they are no longer depressing wages for entry level jobs.
            Our farmers will either mechanize or they will go out of business. I’m fine with either option as I consider their existence not entirely a net positive with farm subsidies, water usage, and their tendency to import undeserible elliments to do their yard work.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            If my tax rates were lower than maybe instead of subsidizing other people to have kids I could have had a couple more of my own.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Bingo!
            Dance wins tonight’s grand prize consisting of a bottle of fine bourbon, a dozen Viagra, and a box of defective condoms.
            Show the little lady a good time!

            Responsible people in the West don’t have as many children because they are not programmed like third-world breeding machines.
            They actually care about a better life for their children and have the dignity to stay off welfare.
            That is why the Western European and now North American ethos and people shall always prevail over savages.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            I don’t need Viagra or defective condoms.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            No, maybe not Dance, but I’m sure the Mrs. will sure appreciate the booze!
            😉

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            My wife and I have an eternal conversation vis a vis alcohol and thc.

          • Maurixio Garciasanchez

            Makes sense and lock up your farmers too and next time you go to store buy garbage to eat , the agriculture needs water if you think that’s another problem , tell the farmers to spit on their vegetables , it sounds that forgot to take your medicine coke , Crack , mariguana or hashish.

          • lolwut?

            Underestimate the power of white intellect and inventiveness at your own peril.

            When push comes to shove and the gloves come off
            we are a force that will shake you to your very core.

            Ask the Japanese about that.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            I had a Portuguese boss who said in Brazil at the football games the blacks sat on one side of the stadium and the whites on the other.

          • lolwut?

            There were white slaves also..

            Oh and FYI, The first legal slave owner in the Colonies was
            a BLACK MAN named Anthony Johnson who fought in court
            that he owned his indentured servant, a black man by the name John Casor. He won and thus slavery became legal
            in the colonies and later the USA.

          • Oracle9

            Learn of who were the most prolific slavers, vcaptors and vendors of slaves to the Americans in Africa during those times – the same group who still have them today – the Arabs in Africa.

          • mauser 98

            Maxi you xan go anywhere as long as you pay for it and don’t tell me how to live

          • Maurixio Garciasanchez

            Exactly and I manage my finances and I can take a plane whenever I want , to any country or continent I wish .

          • Justin St.Denis

            Why did the USA lead the charge to abolish slavery in the Western World? Got an answer? Because the USA did do that. You REALLY should learn a bit of history. It would provide cover for your overwhelming stupidity.

          • lolwut?

            Again…

            Spain wants it’s name back.

          • Justin St.Denis

            Actually, you are not. You really should learn a little history. Even stupid people can get by if they memorize a few facts to throw in every now and then.

          • lolwut?

            They won them in war and others they bought.

            The term “Indian giver” exists for a reason.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Oh, you’re so Belinda Carlisle.

          • Justin St.Denis

            ROFLMAO

          • Mickey Oberman

            We here in Canada are quite happy with our awesomeness, thank you.

          • lolwut?

            Hood rats would have less competition, they’d just take up the slack.

          • Justin St.Denis

            Indeed it would.

    • Sweet_binky

      Can I get American citizenship soon enough to vote for him?

      • Rosenmops

        You probably don’t need citizenship to vote. They don’t ask for ID. But this likely only applies to people from Mexico and further south.

      • k1962

        You don’t want it. There are tax implications.

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          Depends on where you are at.
          Some states don’t have any income tax such as Alaska, Florida, Nevada, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming.

          • k1962

            Federal taxes? And there are things Canadians are not taxed on that Americans are like the profit made on your primary residence.

        • Sweet_binky

          Compared to the country I live and pay taxes in, it’s tax heaven. 🙂

      • Brett_McS

        You don’t need no steenkin’ citizenship papers!

      • Mickey Oberman

        You don’t need citizenship.
        Just sneak across the border like the other Obama wetbacks.

        • Sweet_binky

          I’m of Anglo-Saxon heritage. I prefer to do things by the book. I know, in today’s world of entitlement that can be a major stumbling block but it is how I was raised and educated.

    • Dana Garcia

      Trump convinced me he was serious and on the right path when he consulted with Senator Sessions for an immigration strategy.

      http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/08/14/game-change-trump-consults-with-sen-jeff-sessions-on-immigration-strategy/

    • Brett_McS

      He has brought Jeff Sessions out from the wilderness and into the position of real influence he deserves. For that Trump deserves our gratitude, but I wonder if he has the shear dogged determination required to get things done. He seems more visceral and hence more easily side-tracked. Ted Cruz would be better.

    • Norman_In_New_York

      Dr. Carson, another non-politician, has also been gaining ground against the hacks and timeservers. He has been so low key that his gains, putting him into second place behind Trump, have gone under the radar. The next debate, in around ten days, will be critical, because at least one moderator will be raising the issue of terrorism.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        I’d like to know more about what Ben Carson is saying.
        So far, his credentials are: that he is black, a surgeon, really smart, and a nice guy.

        I might want most of those qualities in a neighbor, but as for our next President, I want a blood thirsty, maniac that doesn’t care about how policies are described by a hostile press.

        • Brett_McS

          Here’s one more for the blood-thirsty maniac vote!

        • lolwut?

          It takes Carson 15 minutes to get a 5 word sentence out of his mouth.
          He even blinks in slow motion, good luck sitting through any attempt
          at him saying what he’d do as President.

          He might have what it takes to diddle around in someones skull with a scalpel but he’d be ripped apart facing off against people like Putin.

          • Dana Garcia

            Agree. I admire Carson greatly, but President needs to be a badass these days.

    • Alain

      Not me. I seriously regret we have no such politician or candidate here. He is raising vital issues for most citizens, issues that the political establishment and media refuse to address. Such a breath of fresh air in my view.

    • Rosenmops

      Send him to Canada. We desperately need a Trump up here.

      • Mickey Oberman

        Speak for yourself, Rosie.
        Things could always be better but we are doing alright here, thank you.
        A Toronto boy.

        • Justin St.Denis

          I’m with Rosenmops.

          Trump has a VISION which is energizing the American people on both sides of the fence. That – in and of itself – is momentous in this day and age. That Trump has accomplished this without paid advertising but with a pronounced and SUPER-INNOVATIVE use of social media and HIS OWN VOICE/THOUGHTS/HEAD is a tremendous step forward for Democracy in the 21st Century western world. If Trump succeeds and becomes POTUS, it could lead to a domino effect across the civilized West. And THAT scares the shit out of the powers-that-be.

          Canada could use a Donald Trump of its own.

    • Ho Hum

      He is not only the best candidate for President of the USA he is the most courageous and brilliant politician in the entire world! I wish we had someone like Trump in Canada instead we are stuck with the cuckservative Stephen Harper.

      • Mickey Oberman

        Harper has kept us afloat while the rest of the world was floundering.
        We are very fortunate.

        • Ho Hum

          Harper boasts about bringing 300,000 Muslim’s to Canada during his term as PM. That works out to just over 30,000 Muslim’s a year!

          I don’t feel very fortunate when I see these numbers. I live in downtown Toronto and the Muslim invasion has been very pronounced in a relatively short period. Women in Burqas can be seen everywhere. At the high school nearest me most of the students are Muslim. The girls wear black dresses down to their ankles and Hijabs and even full face niqabs! When I walk my cute little dogs near the school the Muslim students show open contempt for them (and me). Once one of the Muslim’s shouted at me “you’re a dog”.

          Just because the NDP and Liberals would be worse than Harper is no reason to feel gratitude towards Harper. I consider him a traitor who has endangered the lives of Millions of Canadians by letting 300,000 Muslim’s into Canada where they are breeding like rats. If only 10% of this group are extremists this means that Harper has let in 30,000 JIHADISTS to Canada where they are lying in wait getting ready to blow us up or chop off our heads!

          We are not far behind the UK and Sweden where vasts area’s are no Sharia controlled no-go zones. Muslims don’t belong in Canada!

        • Justin St.Denis

          Yes, we are. But Harper has not been terribly effective in communicating the conservative/his VISION for Canada. An unapologetically biased MSM “club” ensures that any effort to communicate same is squelched. Harper’s “soft hands” approach to the CBC has not helped in the least. His communications team seems to be in auto-pilot. That having been said, Stephen Harper has been among the top five greatest prime ministers in Canadian history, and I will gladly cast my Conservative vote to support his continued stewardship of Canada.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        Maybe there’s stillroom for improvement, but I think overall Harper has done a decent job.

    • a6z

      Yes, I do. Of the sixteen other declared Republican candidates, I think at least ten are probably better men. Carly Fiorina is probably better, too.

      I will give my reasons to satisfy your curiosity, also not trying to pick a fight.

      Mr. Trump’s entire five-page immigration plan is splendid, and the other candidates should copy it or, if they can, do better.

      But:

      (1) I am no fan of Jeb!, but his video of Mr. Trump is pretty strong evidence that Trump is Bernie Sanders in a bad wig.

      (2) Trump’s excellent immigration plan isn’t Trump.

      I’m sure he’s against illegal immigration, but I doubt he knows what’s in the plan, let alone agrees with it at this hour.

      I say this based on listening to him: carefully and initially respectfully. I have come to the reluctant conclusion that he cannot or will not put together a coherent sentence that isn’t about himself.

      • Ho Hum

        I don’t know why the video !Jeb put out would be convincing. The clips of Trump range from 1985-1999. Trump has already explained that he has evolved over time (as did Reagan). I think Trump leans Liberal on social issues (not always a bad thing IMO) but he is very conservative on fiscal issues and issues related to security / military. FioRINO is an establishment candidate.

        • a6z

          Reagan didn’t change very much. The Democratic Party moved away from him. His positions were clear as crystal for two decades before he was elected.

          Trump hasn’t demonstrated that he has evolved. He hasn’t repudiated his old positions. The most generous spin is that he isn’t clear.

          You say he “leans” liberal rather than “is” liberal–why? He would appoint his hyper-leftist sister to the Supreme Court. That would be a disaster.

          You say he’s very conservative on fiscal issues and issues related to security/military. He certainly hasn’t made that clear–and that’s his job.

        • Justin St.Denis

          Clips of me from the same period would tend to paint me as a Liberal. But what was “liberal” in 1985 is considered illiberal today. Israel, for example.

          My perspectives really have not changed much, but the labelling habits of the political world around me have.

          Go TRUMP!

  • Morticiaa

    Everyone I speak to lives this guy
    I just wish he was running here.
    Our politicians have too much of the Mennonite mentality

  • Martin B

    Three cheers for Trump. It says a lot that while the Mohammedan populations of America and Canada more than doubled after 9/11, not one front-running candidate for leader of any major party in either country up till now had the spine or the sense to say out loud that the flood gates must be closed for the sake of security and sanity.

    • Mickey Oberman

      Harper is closing those gates. Slowly I admit but they are swinging on their rusty hinges in the right direction,
      The squealing you hear is not the gates.
      It is the Liberal noodnik with the messy hair and the NDP what’s his name calling for more Muslim immigration.

  • SDMatt

    Trump, you magnificent bastard!

    • Brett_McS

      Er, that was said by Patton, about Rommel, just as he was annihilating him. I’m not sure it could be shoe-horned into this setup, but clearly Trump read Ann Coulter’s book.

  • Ho Hum

    That is a great article that explains what is really happening in Syria. Anyone who still believes that the west must topple Assad needs to read this article.

  • Mickey Oberman

    Good for Mr. Trump.
    At last a clear thinker has appeared in America.
    One last but important but inevitable step.
    Send all the Muslims back to their places of origin.

  • I’m beginning to like this guy. Anyone who points to Muslim immigration as a major problem deserves respect. All those who ignore this issue are fakes, just politicians trying to get a cushy job.

  • John

    Trump has blown the debate wide open. Apart from Sanders, who displays passion and a sense of committment, all the others are like wooden drones with their carefully crafted speeches and carefully timed announcements.

    Did anyone see Andrea Mitchel’s puff tart interview with Hillary on NBC the other day? Hillary was sporting so much makeup that they must have applied it with a trowel. And every question posed by Andrea had the substance of a marshmallow.

    Trump has opened up the conversation; he has subverted America’s supine, careerist political class and so I fully expect ALL the MSM to line up against him and to churn out hit job after hit job in a desperate effort to stop him.

    In fact, that’s pretty much the case already.

  • JoKeR

    Trump just doesn’t understand the legislative process of law
    http://www.bookwormroom.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Obama-and-the-law.jpg

  • justinburch505

    The more Trump talks, the more sense he makes.