By accepting millions of refugees from war-torn countries around the world—into our own country—all we are doing is inviting their wars into our civilization along with them. Changing their location doesn’t change their ideology or propensity for conflict. Tribes in the Middle East have been killing each other for over 1,000 years.
With Biden importing another 100,000 Sharia Law-following Muslims into America, what do you think will be the final equation? How can we possibly avoid religious conflict? What are those intellectual troglodytes in Washington DC thinking as they Balkanize America? Is there not one of them with an ounce of common sense?
Read these quotes and weep for your children:
“Immigrants devoted to their own cultures and religions are not influenced by the secular politically correct façade that dominates academia, news-media, entertainment, education, religious and political thinking today,” said James Walsh, former Associate General Counsel of the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service. “They claim the right not to assimilate, and the day is coming when the question will be how can the United States regulate the defiantly unassimilated cultures, religions and mores of foreign lands? Such immigrants say their traditions trump the U.S. legal system. Balkanization of the United States has begun.”
“Diversity within a nation destroys unity and leads to civil wars,” said social scientist Garret Hardin. “Immigration, a benefit during the youth of a nation, can act as a disease in its mature state. Too much internal diversity in large nations has led to violence and disintegration. We are now in the process of destabilizing our own country. The magic words of destabilizers are ‘diversity’ and ‘multiculturalism’.”
“Islam isn’t in America to be equal to any faith, but to become dominant. The Qur’an should be the highest authority in America, and Islam the only accepted religion on Earth.” Omar Ahmed, director of Council on American Islamic Relations.
“Muslims will never, ever assimilate. For their religion is boring, harsh, a strict way of life, no fun allowed, prevents them/forbids them from assimilating. Like no booze, no dancing/no music/no smiling/ total segregation of men & women/no fun allowed & the more boring & miserable life you lead, the better Muslim you are; is the mindset! Gosh, is this a Religion/Boot-camp/Torture chamber?” MJK
I lived in Saudi Arabia for eleven years (my dad was with Aramco for 27 years).
I totally agree with you – the Muslims have been planning this for 1,400 years, and we are overloaded with idiots who either just found out there might be a problem or who refuse to believe there could possibly be a problem.
I’ve been sounding the alarm since I got back to the states in the late sixties, but it seems like the biggest thing we have going for us is that the Second Amendment still exists.
Best to you, too, Jeanette
‘Greatest Arabic Poet’ Says, “Islam Can’t Be Modernized.”
He also noted that Islam does not contribute intellectually or artistically to the world. Adunis Asbar, known by his pen name Adonis, is a Syrian-born writer often considered one of the greatest living poets of the Arabic language.
Essentially, “Immigration is essentially war with violence delayed…but you know it’s coming.”
Letter from a reader with permission:
Thanks for all you do to help wake people up on immigration. I have your book Immigration’s Unarmed Invasion: Deadly Consequences and plan to get your above mentioned book. I would also like an electronic copy to share with my Project Immigration group.
I have been trying to educate people about immigration both legal and illegal for almost fifteen years. I don’t feel like I have made any impact, but did fight against the 2013 Gang of Eight legislation S.744 and today against the massive amnesty in the budget bill. But I don’t seem to be able to convince politicians that they should put Americans first and not foreigners who want to come here whatever their reasons may be, good or bad. They do not get the threat of Islam and Sharia law. Their misguided compassion is for everyone but Americans. And now with the Afghans. They virtue signal that we will take in massive numbers of Afghans with no regard as to the negative impact on our citizens and country. When it comes to immigration today, assimilation and national security aren’t even considerations.
And today as we fight against an illegitimate president and his regime, stolen elections, mask/vaccine mandates/lock downs, critical race theory, open borders, and on and on, they are trying to put the largest amnesty in our history in a budget bill! I feel like I am the only one who sees what is happening.
I plan to share your “Is Our Country Committing Demographic/Sociological Suicide?” with my immigration group and the electronic copy of your book when I receive it. I think we are educated, but just don’t see that our calls and emails to our elected officials are working. They don’t listen to us or care what we think.
I read an article “We owe more to Afghans who risked their lives for us.” In the article, written by a former Navy Seal officer, he states, “We owe those who risked their lives for us to get them out of Afghanistan, and away from the vengeful Taliban. If we cannot honor this fundamental commitment, what does that say about us? They did everything we asked of them, and more, in the face of combat, intelligence gathering, and whatever other tasked they agreed to do on our behalf, without reservation.”
Could you please tell me what you think we “owe” the Afghans who were interpreters and aided our military? Do we owe them? Do they owe us for the military lives we lost and money we spent so they could be free from Islamic terrorists? Was our presence in Afghanistan an act of futility and doomed to fail? I believe the misguided compassion of politicians for Afghans has clouded their judgement as to what is best for America and Americans. How much foreign aid do we give countries, and does it change anything for the better? Is the only way to help foreigners is to bring them to the United States? I have always felt that refugees should be helped in or near their home countries where the language, culture, etc. are similar. People the world over want to come to America, but that just isn’t realistic, and we need to face the facts. We need to close our borders and have a complete moratorium on ALL immigration, especially chain migration. Even that might not be enough.
I am a member of NumbersUSA.com and follow their Action Alerts, with the latest being fighting the massive amnesty in the budget bill. Do you have any recommendations on actions my group can and should be taking at this time? I try to share information on immigration on Facebook. I never seem to get any comments or likes. I plan to let my elected officials know that I think their plans to bring unvetted Afghans here is unconscionable, especially with 9/11 this week. I don’t believe we learned anything.
Many of our governors and politicians are asking for Afghan refugees to be sent to their states. One of my U.S. Senators said he wants Afghan refugees in his neighborhood. IMHO, I don’t think we are in anyway obligated to bring in people from any countries with terrorist ties. As the 9/11 commission stated, the terrorists have to get into the country to do us harm. And now they can come in through our open borders, while our government is intentionally bringing in other potential terrorists.
Any thoughts would be appreciated. When I think about immigration, my first thought is always, what is best for America and Americans.
Susan, Omaha, NE
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