Jews favored for immigration - 1880-1914
During the Russian Czar's time, members of the Judaic faith, told us
they greatly feared for their lives from the devoutly Christian Czar in
this devoutly Christian country.
In a "I can't believe anyone bought this argument" moment, Jews cited
what Muslims in The Ottoman Empire (i.e. Turkey) were doing to Armenian
Christians in Turkey, in a fraudulent means to make Americans
understand what Christians in Russia "could possibly do" to Jews in
Never mind that equating Muslim treatment of Christians in a dying
Ottoman Empire does not in any way equate to Christian treatment of
Jews in a, by any measure, saintly Christian Russia.
Jewish propaganda worked.
For immigration purposes into America, Russian Jews became a favored
religion, because don't you know, as Jews tell us, our Constitution was
written so that religious persecution in Russia mandates religious
favoritism in America.
Unconstitutional as hell, but many Americans bought the argument to favor the Judaic religion.
Note: Just so you know, the First Amendment forbids religious
favoritism as well as religious persecution. Strict neutrality is
required; neither carrot nor stick allowed.
Note: Just so you know, the Jews in Russia were very busy with many
attempts to assassinate their Czar, until they finally succeeded, and
busy with many attempts to incite their lower class into a bloody
Judeo-Communist national suicide in first an 1848 Communist Revolution,
followed by an 1905 Communist Revolution and finally, the successful
1917 Communist Revolution. In an action begets reaction scenario, the
Jews did indeed reap a bit of religious persecution from their
provocations, but the facts are that even if the Jews were the totally
innocent bystanders they always tell us they are, none of this Russian
business had anything to do with America and how our Constitution
Jews never had a right to religious favoritism.
And if this were a fraud case, the Jews would have been convicted and expelled from this country for their illegal entry.
Jews favored for immigration - 1933-1945
Of course, in the time of Hitler, the argument is that hateful to the
bone Americans did not favor the Judaic religion, and hence, it was
American Christian's fault that German Christians slaid members of the
But still the Jewish argument was that members of the Judaic faith "should have been favored" by our Constitution.
Regardless of all the violins being played on this, Jews were allowed entry to America for religious reasons.
One may argue that Albert Einstein was allowed simply because he was
smart, but the facts are that he was "favored" because of his religious
beliefs in the face of Nazi beliefs.
Again, what did Nazi Germany have to do with our American Constitution?
More fraud in our immigration system.
Jews favored for immigration - 1945-1991
Atheist Communism, ironically created by Jews, was the argument for
allowing members of the Judaic faith to immigrate to both America and
Israel, after FDR's great WW2 friend Stalin, turned ugly following the
Seems to have never been the argument that Christians should have been
favored for immigration into America, but no one ever concerned
themselves much with freeing Christians from Russia.
Even Jewish commentator Dennis Prager admits as much.
Perhaps because Jewish Commissars had already sent all the Christian
priests, ministers, bishops and others to the Gulag where they died a
slow painful death, there simply was no highly devout Christians left
But nevertheless, by saying that they greatly feared for their lives,
America bent over backwards to favor the Judaic religious beliefs of
Jews returning to the Promised Land of Israel. And as well, allow
Jews to travel into the fake Promised Land of America.
Jews never argued it was unconstitutional to give
favorable treatment to their Judaic religion.
Not when they were benefiting.
But when it comes to
unfavorable treatment for Muslims, when it is Americans who fear for
from bloody Muslim immigration, these same Jews, like Senator Barbara
don't miss a beat and still tell Americans they must not prevent a
foreign religion from the shores of America; that America cannot
disfavor the Muslim
religion moving into their home to hurt them.
Atheists and Jews
are Protectors of
Ain't that sweet.
Atheists who meanly and disrespectfully ridicule Christians as people
who worship an "invisible man in the sky", who mock Christians praying
at the terrorism of San Bernardino, are the top defenders of "the
religion of tolerance" faith of Islam.
Feminists who always tell Christians to keep their religion off their
body, are chanting that government cannot disallow the "religion of
feminist love", Islam, from coming into America.
And the patron of them all, Jews of the ACLU, ADL, and Southern Poverty
Law fame, who have ran Christ out of all public schools, now want
America to allow unlimited Muslim immigration. Why? Because "the
religion of Israeli defense", Islam, needs defended from Christians.
The biggest joke on America?
Jews' friends in "THE ONLY DEMOCRACY IN THE MIDDLE EAST, Israel, bans Muslims from entering Israel all the time....
BTW, Israel discriminates against Christians immigrating to Israel as
well, unless they are religious tourists with lots of money to spend.
What unifies all anti-Americans?
Hang on to your seat....
They are they are defenders of the First Amendment protect of religion.
I'm not making this up. Really! I know it's hard to believe, but trust me.
Donald Trump says Keep Muslims Out
With Donald Trump calling for a rational immigration policy for Muslims
and for the fact that every other Republican opposes him, kinda makes
it hard to vote for anyone else.
Never mind that he was only suggesting a temporary stop to Muslim immigration.
Never mind that the Democrat idol, FDR, ordered AMERICAN CITIZENS of
Japanese ETHNICITY into CONCENTRATION CAMPS, but according to the
Jewish leftists, Hitler has just arrived since he asks that foreigners
are not automatically allowed to enter America, as if they had a right
to enter our country and American citizens have absolutely no right to
stop them from entering.
Never mind that Trump said he would not put Muslims into Concentration Camps as FDR actually did.
Never mind that President Jimmy Carter not only disallowed any Iranian
visas to be approved after the Iranian Hostage Crisis, but ordered all
Iranians on American Visas to "report for processing and showing of
Even though I know for a fact, that for the liberal crown jewel show of
Saturday Night Live to invite Donald Trump to host their show is proof
positive that the left loves the guy, even with that undeniable
evidence of the right being dumped yet again, you still cannot not
register the fact in your vote that there is no one else saying what
you want them to say.
How can you not vote for Trump?
everyone else is saying was cannot stop Muslims from entering America,
then a vote against Trump is a vote for more Muslim immigration -- even
once elected, Trump will "grow in office" and allow more Muslims.
I'm afraid this is how revolutions get started, when Christian lemmings
are blindly led by the Jewish MSM to back the wrong horse -- the Trojan
Horse of The Donald -- and then get disillusioned from "the democratic
process" when the ones they vote for always disappoints.
- Barely Acceptable - Donald Trump: "total and complete
shutdown (but temporary) of Muslims entering the United States" both on
immigration visas and as tourists.
- Disqualified - CAIR National Executive Director
Muslim (spokesman for the beheading mob) Nihad Awad: "Donald Trump sounds more like a leader of
a lynch mob than a great nation like ours," "He and others are
playing into the hands of ISIS. This is exactly what ISIS wants from
Americans: to turn against each other."
- Disqualified - White House spokesman Josh Earnest (of the darker element Obama):
accused Trump of playing on people's fears and trying to tap into "a
darker side, a darker element" of American society.
- Disqualified - Bernie Sanders: "Trump and others want us to hate all Muslims (as he has us hate Capitalists"
- Hillary Clinton: called the proposal "reprehensible, prejudiced and
divisive." (Really??? She said that?)
- Disqualified - (Foolish) Sen. John McCain of Arizona" "It's just foolish."
- Disqualified - South Carolina Republican Chairman
Matt Moore, whose state is third on the primary voting calendar: "as a
conservative who truly cares about religious liberty (of Muslims but
not of the Christians who will be beheaded later), Donald Trump's bad
idea and rhetoric send a shiver down my spine."
- U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham of South
Carolina, on Tuesday urged fellow Republicans to swiftly reject Trump
(and accept any of the other wimps running for President). "This is not
a policy debate," he told MSNBC. "You need to stand up for our party
and our country."
- Disqualify - Speaker Paul Ryan: the plan is "not
conservatism" and was not in the nation's interest. (Yes, it is in the
nation's interest to become Muslim)
- Disqualified - Jonathan Turley, a constitutional law
expert at George Washington University. “This would not only violate
international law, but do so by embracing open discrimination against
one religion. It would make the United States a virtual pariah among
nations.’’ (Is he talking about Israel here?)
- Disqualified - Jeb Bush: "Donald Trump is unhinged" (as is Jeb's campaign)
- Disqualified - Carly
Fiorina: "Trump's overreaction is as dangerous as President Obama's
under-reaction." (And Carly is j-u-s-t right. Vote for me.)
- Disqualified - John Kasich: "outrageous divisiveness" (Because Islam will unite us)
- Disqualified - Ted Cruz: "Well, that is not my policy." (OK, what then is your policy)
- Disqualified - Ben
Carson: not advocate "being
selective on one's religion" but does believe that "everyone visiting
our country should register and be monitored during their stay."
(thought every foreigner has always been registered upon entry
through customs since Ellis Island times, Mexicans exception, as is
true now for every American since 911. Yelp, that is working as we find
that the government knew a whole lot more of these guys and did not
- Disqualified - New Hampshire state GOP's chair, Jennifer Horn: the idea
"un-Republican. It is unconstitutional. And it is un-American." (Un-American to allow un-Americans into America.
- DIsqualified - Former
aide to Republican President George W. Bush,
Ari Fleischer: "Under Trump, the King Abdullah of Jordan, who is
ISIS, won't be allowed in the US to talk about how to fight ISIS." (How
does that fit the Trump category of "immigrant or tourist"?)
I know what Ted Cruz's policy would be.
Ted Cruz would only allow Jews into America and no other
religion. When persecuted Middle Eastern Christians invited him
to talk, he turned it into being all about everyone supporting
Israel, proving that Ted Cruz is yet another bought off Judas Christian.
Ben Carson was the biggest disappointment. He is supposed to be the Christian standard bearer.
None of the Republicans go far enough, not even Donald Trump, since
none will make it their policy to deport the Muslims already here.
But once again, Judeo-Journalists in their own hypocritic words give us the clear unmistakable reason why they are dead wrong.
Immigration based upon Jewish Religion
First, the setup, the lie that our immigration has never been based upon religion.
Leti Volpp, a University of California expert on immigration law,
"there is no precedent for a religious litmus test for admitting
immigrants into the United States."
"Excluding almost a quarter of the world's population from setting foot
in the United States based solely upon their religious identity would
never pass constitutional muster," Volpp said.
Then the truth that just a mere few years ago, Jews the Judaic faith made themselves the exception.
Religion can factor into
immigration decisions, but that typically happens when people are
fleeing religious persecution. People of a particular religion may get
favorable treatment by the United States, as when Russian Jews sought
to leave the Soviet Union.
Ironically, these same people recently were complaining that in the 1930's, we did not allow Jews in based on their religion.
How horrible that our Constitution was being followed.
How horrible that we did not allow Jewish immigrants by favoring their religion!
Here's the rub.
If Jews fear Christians in Nazi Germany or if Jews fear Christians in
the Soviet Union, based upon their religion, then the argument becomes
that German Jews and Russian Jews must absolutely be allowed into
The danger against the Jewish religion is real we are told and so "Damm the Constitution".
must be allowed into our country, from places we have no control
over, even from countries with the exact same religions as ourselves,
because Jews are in danger for their actions in other parts of
Yes, Jews can fear for their lives, so that trumps everything else.
But in reverse, if American Christians fear for their own lives from
Muslims entering their own country, then our own people are not allowed
These Jews mock us for fearing.
These Jews mock us for giving Christian prayer in a mass murder.
Under Jewish rules in interpretations, Americans are not allowed to prohibit their future
Muslim tormentors, because the Constitution says so.
Under Jewish rules and interpretations, our Christians Founding Fathers wanted to favor the Judaic religion and
at the same time, wanted to insure the Islamic religion was not disfavored in America,
just because Christians of the Christian religion have no right to fear for
their own religion.
Jews like Senator Barbara Boxer tells us fearful Christians that there
is no need to feel unsafe, because her gun control policies have made
Californians safe in their places of work.
The audacity of this
Judeo-statement is staggering.
Too bad Donald Trump was not around a hundred years ago when Jewess
Barbara Boxer's relatives were trying to shame America into allowing
Jews to move to America en mass.
Had Donald Trump been born a hundred years ago, we would not have the problems we have today.
That is, IF THIS FICTIONAL TRUMP REALLY DID BACK THEN WHAT HE TOLD US HE WOULD DO.
MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (AP)
— Donald Trump called Monday for a "total and complete shutdown of
Muslims entering the United States," an idea swiftly condemned by his
rival GOP candidates for president and other Republicans.
The proposed ban would
apply to immigrants and visitors alike, a sweeping prohibition
affecting all adherents of Islam who want to come to the U.S. The idea
faced an immediate challenge to its legality and feasibility from
experts who could point to no formal exclusion of immigrants based on
religion in America's history.
Trump's campaign said in a statement such a ban should stand "until our
country's representatives can figure out what is going on." It said the
proposal comes in response to a level of hatred among "large segments
of the Muslim population" toward Americans.
"Until we are able to determine and understand this problem and the
dangerous threat it poses, our country cannot be the victims of
horrendous attacks by people that believe only in jihad, and have no
sense of reason or respect for human life," Trump said in the statement.
At an evening rally in
South Carolina, Trump supporters cheered and shouted in support as he
read his statement. Trump warned during his speech that without drastic
action, the threat of attacks is "going to get worse and worse."
Since the Paris attacks, a number of Republican presidential contenders
have proposed restrictions on Syrian refugees — with several suggesting
preference for Christians seeking asylum — and tighter surveillance in
But Trump's proposed ban goes much further than those ideas, and his
Republican rivals were quick to reject the latest provocation from a
candidate who has delivered no shortage of them.
"Donald Trump is unhinged," Jeb Bush said via Twitter. "His 'policy' proposals are not serious."
Carly Fiorina said, "Trump's overreaction is as dangerous as President Obama's under-reaction."
John Kasich slammed Trump's "outrageous divisiveness," while a more
measured Ted Cruz, who has always been cautious about upsetting Trump's
supporters, said, "Well, that is not my policy."
Ben Carson said he would not advocate "being selective on one's
religion" but does believe that "everyone visiting our country should
register and be monitored during their stay."
And in the early voting state of New Hampshire, the state GOP's chair,
Jennifer Horn, called the idea "un-Republican. It is unconstitutional.
And it is un-American."
Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski said Trump's proposed ban
would apply to "everybody," including Muslims seeking immigration visas
as well as tourists seeking to enter the country.
His campaign did not immediately respond to questions about whether it
would also include Muslims who are U.S. citizens and travel outside of
the country, including members of the military, or how a determination
of someone's religion might be made by customs and border officials.
Instead, Trump said via a campaign spokeswoman: "Because I am so
politically correct, I would never be the one to say. You figure it
There are more than 5,800 servicemen and women on active U.S. military
duty and in the reserves who self-identify as Muslim and could be
assigned to serve overseas. Trump said in an interview Monday night on
Fox News, "They'll come home."
Trump was also unclear on whether his ban would apply to Muslim allies
in the fight against Islamic State militants. Ari Fleischer, a former
aide to Republican President George W. Bush, tweeted, "Under Trump, the
King Abdullah of Jordan, who is fighting ISIS, won't be allowed in the
US to talk about how to fight ISIS."
But at Trump's rally in South Carolina, the proposed ban struck
supporter Shelley Choquette as reasonable, because "it's not going to
be forever. I think everybody needs to be checked."
Religion can factor into immigration decisions, but that typically
happens when people are fleeing religious persecution. People of a
particular religion may get favorable treatment by the United States,
as when Russian Jews sought to leave the Soviet Union.
In the late 1800s, Congress passed legislation broadly aimed at halting
Chinese immigration. But said Leti Volpp, a University of California
expert on immigration law, "there is no precedent for a religious
litmus test for admitting immigrants into the United States."
"Excluding almost a quarter of the world's population from setting foot
in the United States based solely upon their religious identity would
never pass constitutional muster," Volpp said.
Trump's proposal comes a day after President Barack Obama spoke to the
nation from the Oval Office about the shootings in San Bernardino,
California, which Obama said was "an act of terrorism designed to kill
The FBI said Monday the Muslim couple who carried out the massacre had
been radicalized and had taken target practice at area gun ranges, in
one case within days of the attack last week that killed 14 people.
Trump's campaign has been marked by a pattern of inflammatory
statements, dating back to his harsh rhetoric about Mexican immigrants.
He has taken a particularly hard line against Muslims in the days since
the Paris attacks, advocating enhanced surveillance of mosques due to
fears over radicalization.
"Donald Trump sounds more like a leader of a lynch mob than a great
nation like ours," said Nihad Awad, national executive director of the
Council on American-Islamic Relations. "He and others are playing into
the hands of ISIS. This is exactly what ISIS wants from Americans: to
turn against each other."
White House spokesman Josh Earnest accused Trump of playing on people's
fears and trying to tap into "a darker side, a darker element" of
From the Democratic presidential campaign, Bernie Sanders said "Trump
and others want us to hate all Muslims" and Hillary Clinton called the
proposal "reprehensible, prejudiced and divisive."
On Capitol Hill, Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona said, "It's just foolish."
But will it hurt Trump in the campaign? "I have no idea," McCain said.
"I thought long ago that things he said would hurt his prospects, and
he continues to go up."
Associated Press writers Mark Sherman, Laurie Kellman, Josh Lederman
and Alan Fram in Washington and Bruce Smith and Bill Barrow in South
Carolina contributed to this report.