Thursday, November 19, 2015

"They Suggest They're So Tough ... They're Scared of Widows and Orphans ... They're Worried About Three Year Old Orphans ... That Doesn't Sound So Tough to Me"

What an obnoxious cunt.

Here's a few headlines from today that prove this effeminate little priss is lying.

Breaking: 5 Muslim Foreign Nationals Arrested on Ohio Turnpike; Passports Taken (Video)

ISIS Terrorists Are “Absolutely” Sneaking Into U.S. By Posing As Refugees Says Racist Republican Syrian Community Leader In NYC

BREAKING: Police on Lookout for Four Suspicious Bearded Men Seen at Pentagon

ISLAMIST ATTACK: Two Jews Stabbed to Death Near Tel Aviv Synagogue – Killer Apprehended

SIXTH SYRIAN with Fake Passport Captured in Honduras on Way to US

In any country, anywhere in the world, if you invite Muslims in, you are inviting Jihad upon yourself.

You might as well just beg them to kill you.


Anonymous said...

One could argue that this government's policies which seek the continued immigration of Muslims subjects that government and it's nation to excessive entanglement with religion sin in Islam, shari’a law cannot be ignored. It is arguably an attempt to establish a State religion.

Anonymous said...

National Review: Refugee ‘Religious Test’ Is ‘Shameful’ and ‘Not American’ … Except that Federal Law Requires It

Anonymous said...

National Review is a lost cause. It was once a great magazine, one of a kind. Not any more.

Anonymous said...

The link to the two National Reviews articles are exactly to the point. You must have misread them.

Pastorius said...

National Review has flowers to protect them.

Fuck the National Review.

Anonymous said...

Obama enacts VISA program that has a RELIGIOUS TEST in 2012.

September 30, 2012 5:18pm

"WASHINGTON (JTA) — President Obama enacted a three-year extension to a visa program for religious workers.

Obama on Sept. 28 signed the law, passed by Congress with
overwhelming margins earlier in September, extending the Special
Immigrant Non-Minister Religious Worker Program until Sept. 30, 2015.

The legislation, first passed in 1990, has a built-in sunset provision and has been reauthorized seven times.

The law, which is particularly important to small Jewish communities in
remote areas, makes available up to 5,000 permanent immigrant visas each
year for religious workers of various denominations.

The small Jewish communities often find it difficult to fill
positions and rely on the visas to bring in rabbis, cantors, kosher
butchers, Hebrew school teachers and other religious workers.

The Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society praised the bill’s passage and its
enactment, with special praise for Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), who led