President Obama is not alone in welcoming Islamic immigrants, even if there are terrorists and rapists among them. Public opinion sustains the irresistible movement of peoples. Eighty percent of 27,000 people polled globally are ready to welcome refugees into their own countries, according to a survey by Amnesty International, which probed residents from 27 countries worldwide, ranking their welcomes on a scale of 0 to 100.
The vast majority of people are not aware that Islamic men will create havoc by sexually attacking western women with impunity and all the intelligence agencies in the world know that there will be hard-core terrorists among the refugees.
The AP headline, ‘Obama says no signs Orlando shooter was part of larger plot,’ is shady inferring that we can separate one type of Islamic terrorism from another. Just because the shooter was not part of a terrorist cell does not separate him from the spirit of ISIS and what is going on in the world of Islamic terrorism and their war on all things not of their liking. He might have acted alone but the FBI knew two years ago that “The Orlando nightclub killer had claimed to co-workers that he had “family connections to al-Qaida” and made “inflammatory” statements.”
Hilary Clinton says, “The country faces a "twisted ideology and a poisoned psychology" that inspires the so-called "lone wolf." She is talking about Islamic ideology and the sick fundamentalism of ISIS but instead of speaking frankly, she just suggests Americans get into the spirit of the day after 9-11. She insists that, “Singling out a specific religion and trying to demonize its followers won’t protect the United States from the next attack.” That might be true but extending a warm welcome to immigrants who have no intention of integrating into host societies is a nightmare in the making in Europe and now in America.
Time Magazine writes, “Donald Trump suggested Monday that President Obama is oblivious to issues of terrorism—and he seemed to suggest in the process that Obama might sympathize with the suspected gunman in the deadly Orlando nightclub shooting.” The Times insists that these are unsubstantiated insinuations but at closer look, we can see this is probably not true.
When it comes to publishing secret documents that implicate Saudi Arabia in the 9-11 attacks most Americans find it is incomprehensible why Obama would roadblock something that is so critical to getting to the bottom of the worst terrorist attack on US soil. Obama does seem to be a friend of the Islamic dream of conquering the west.
Trump was referring to Obama’s refusal to utter the words “radical Islamic terrorism,” a term Obama has argued in the past elevates groups like ISIS as religious groups instead of terrorist groups. Obama is playing a slippery game separating types of Islamic attacks but also separating the ISIS terrorists from their motivating and guiding religion that justifies their barbaric acts.
Perhaps he is doing this because he himself comes from an Islamic background in Indonesia. “He’s not addressing the issue. He’s not calling it what it is. This is radical Islamic terrorism,” Trump said. Clinton is more willing to use the term “radical Islamic terrorism,” but in a separate essay, we will cover her intention to “coalesce with Muslim-majority nations.”
Clinton said, “I’m not going to demonize … and declare war on an entire religion.” The common sentiment in Europe and in the United States is the desire to avoid conflict through preemptive compromises. Western nations prefer conciliation to violence even if it means undermining the fabric of society.
The fact is that reconciliation is not possible: Shariah is not capable of accommodating common law and constitutional principles. For Muslims, it is all or nothing; and, since they recognize the vulnerability of Western institutions, it is more “all” than “nothing.”
Islamic immigration to the US would be prohibited under law because the Koran, Sharia Law and the Hadith all require complete submission to Islam, which is antithetical to the US government, the Constitution, and to the Republic. Muslims who seriously attest that the Koran is their life’s guiding principal subscribe to submission to Islam and its form of government.
Trump is increasingly popular because he knows the score. “It’s a strike at the heart and soul of who we are as a nation”" he said. “It’s an assault on the ability of free people to live their lives, love who they want and express their identity.” It is also a direct attack specifically against the gay community, which as a religion Islam hates.