U.S. has admitted 3,000,000 Muslims since 9/11
Who could have guessed that after the largest terror attack on American soil, the United States would take in record numbers of Muslims? But that is exactly what we have done. And continue to do.
Per a recent Breitbart report, we admit “more than a quarter of a million Muslim migrants each year.” This figure includes legal immigrants with residency status, refugees, asylum seekers, students, and foreign workers. Of note, the number of student visas granted to Muslims from the Middle East has skyrocketed, with a 16-fold increase granted to students from Saudi Arabia since 9/11.
Muslim imports with “resettlement privileges” are given work permits, access to public welfare programs (over 90% of recent arrivals receive food stamps), and the ability to become voting citizens (= Democrats).
There is such a cascade of horrors that accompany this demographic of immigrants that it’s difficult to know where to begin. So let’s start here: it has become abundantly clear that Muslims who come to America as refugees have fueled a rapid rise of insular communities that become breeding grounds for terrorists.
Meanwhile, half a million Muslim girls in the United States are now at risk for female genital mutilation. Per Breitbart, “there are more girls in the United States at risk of lifelong sexual disfigurement than there are in Uganda and Cameroon.”
The report also states that a “review of recent terror activity – provided by the Senate Immigration Subcommittee – confirms the terror threat posed by our federal immigration policy of issuing large numbers of visas to majority-Muslim countries.” (See here, here, here, here, here, and here for a few examples.)
Despite mounting evidence that Muslims are not good for America, we just keep on bringing them in. And as an aside, to those who say Muslims aren’t the problem; Islam is the problem, I say it’s impossible to tell which Muslims are for us and which are against us, as I wrote about here and here. (There is also an excellent article related to this topic written by the indefatigable Pamela Geller here.)
And so, to be honest, I feel it’s reasonable to say “Muslims” when writing on this subject matter. Muslims are, after all, the people who follow the teachings of Islam. And while there are surely Muslims who may not be pious or who haven’t read the Quran, I can’t tell who’s who. And I know that the vast majority of mosques in America preach jihad. And I know that the culture breeds Jew-hatred. And that taqiyya (deception) is sanctioned. And at a certain point, though I know more than that, that’s enough to know. And self-preservation kicks in.
But I digress.
As I was saying, despite mounting evidence that Muslims are not good for America, we keep admitting them.
Most recently on the matter of bringing “Syrian refugees” to this country, a host of prominent Republicans, many of whom are presidential candidates, have come out in support of this plan – Marco Rubio, Lindsey Graham, and John Kasich, to name a few.
Even Trump’s perspective has been waffling and off the mark. His most recent statement – “from a humanitarian standpoint, I’d love to help, but we have our own problems” – missed the point. Forget the “humanitarian standpoint.” This is the moment to speak about the threat of Muslim immigration, irrespective of where the Muslims come from or under what circumstances. We can’t afford to theoretically “love to help.” This is not about that.
This is about an invasion. It is about conquest. It is hijrah.
Would one of our leaders please – please! – speak the truth? It would be ever so appreciated and would go a long way (or even a short way, but we have to start somewhere) toward saving ourselves and our country.