President Trump Mocks Holohoax Day By Giving Moslem “Refugees” The Righteous Middle Finger

Published On 01/27/2017 | By Marcus Cicero | Featured Articles, News, U.S. News

We all knew that the Moslem ban was coming, but I never for more than maybe a fraction of a moment thought that President Trump would use Holocaust Remembrance Day as the time in which to unveil such a wonderfully-crafted policy.

Brothers, you can’t get any better than this, other than perhaps using the same day to launch a series of anti-Jew purges within the government, economic apparatus, and colleges.

It truly feels like we’re living a non-stop Christmas complete with every toy imaginable under the sun.

And with snow. Gotta go playing in the snow on Christmas Day.

From Politico:

President Donald Trump has issued an executive order that temporarily halts the admission of new refugees into the United States, imposes an indefinite ban on the entry of refugees from Syria, and suspends the entry of citizens of several Muslim-majority countries.

Trump on Friday also ordered a cut in the number of refugees allowed into the United States to 50,000 this fiscal year, down from 110,000. He further instructs officials to give preference to religious minorities among the refugees it does accept, and includes language intended to give state and local governments more say over whether they will allow refugees to settle in their areas.

The order, which has been expected for several days, could have serious implications for Americans traveling abroad, and it has already drawn outrage from civil rights groups, Democratic lawmakers and others who say it amounts to a cruel and counterproductive ban on Muslims who wish to enter the United States. Trump and his team insist the order is necessary to protect U.S. citizens from what the president called “radical Islamic terrorists.”

“We don’t want ‘em here,” Trump said as he signed the statement during a visit to the Pentagon.

The pause to the overall refugee resettlement program is for 120 days, but the orders leave open the possibility of an extension if Trump’s Cabinet aides reviewing it aren’t satisfied that the program has enough safeguards.

The suspension of entry by and issuance of visas to nationals of certain countries appears to apply to at least Iran, Iraq, Syria and Sudan. Libya, Yemen and Somalia also may fall under the suspension, depending on how the rule is interpreted. All are Muslim-majority countries that are in many ways troubled, because of war, terrorist activity or general instability.

The suspension is due to last at least 90 days, but for some the likelihood is that the suspension will last much longer because Trump is demanding that other countries cooperate with the United States on providing information about their citizens. Some of the countries for whom the visa issuance is suspended do not have the capacity to share that material, or, like Iran, do not have diplomatic ties with America. (U.S. officials have long used other measures to vet foreign nationals from these countries.)

He states that “the United States should not admit those who engage in acts of bigotry or hatred, (including ‘honor’ killings, other forms of violence against women, or the persecution of those who practice religions different from their own), or those who would oppress Americans of any race, gender or sexual orientation.” Some of the acts that Trump spells out are prevalent in, though not limited to, Muslim countries, and the president made sure to draw those links during his 2016 campaign. Although it’s not clearly stated, Trump’s order appears to indicate U.S. consular officials must find ways to vet visa applicants for their personal prejudices.

Among the groups condemning Trump’s orders was J Street, the left-leaning Jewish advocacy group. It noted that the White House made the announcement on International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

“The fact that President Trump’s order appears designed to specifically limit the entry of Muslims evokes horrible memories among American Jews of the shameful period leading up to World War II, when the United States failed to provide a safe haven for the vast majority of Jews in Europe trying to escape Nazi persecution,” J Street president Jeremy Ben-Ami said in a statement. “Most ultimately perished in the Holocaust.”

Stupid Kike, you actually think that your crocodile tears will work with us now?

I actually think the President could have gone even further with his Executive Order, mainly in extending the ban to countries such as Pakistan, India (a large Moslem minority there) and Afghanistan; a series of nations that have exported terrorism throughout the West for nearly a generation at this point.

Trump should have also steered around the whole timetable issue by setting up a system whereby a Moslem could in theory enter the United States legally, but would have to jump through so many hoops that it would be impossible in practice.

Make the sand fleas show five different forms of verifiable government ID from their homeland, and offer evidence of health insurance and a valid birth certificate as well.

Other than that, a full ban on refugees, whether Moslem, Christian, or tree-dancer should have been pursued, although with enough red tape, this would be a moot point as I have already explained.

Let’s just be grateful that the way lies open to further revisions of the Order, which could be extended to include ANY country with a recent history of violent insurgency; a measure that would rule out nearly all of the Middle East, pretty much the whole African continent, most of South and Central America, and vast swathes of Asia.

Happy days, Everyone.

Happy and unbelievable days.

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