Tomi Lehren has been described a number of different ways; a breath of fresh air to the conservative blogosphere, a fearless truth teller long overdue within the conservative blogosphere, arguably the most lusted after personality inhabiting the conservative blogosphere. They all work. Continue reading “Tomi Lahren slams liberals for defending ‘Rapeugees’”
He may be a big hit in Sweden, but three Muslims in the Mohammedan-heavy city of Malmö-stan have added a few kicks to their take on celebrity chef Anders Vendel. Continue reading “Sweden: Celebrity Chef Beaten by Muslims, ‘Bore a Resemblance to Mr Trump’”
Who in the world could have ever fathomed that Barack Obama could find even more Muslims to import to the United States from of all places… the South Pacific island nation of Papua New Guinea? Continue reading “Obama quietly agrees to an additional 1,300 Muslim refugees”
As reported by both NBC News and the Cybercast News Service, the Obama Administration has reached its latest goal of resettling 10,126 Syrian refugees here in the United States. But there happens to be quite a bit more to the story than a rather sterile number keyboarded on an internet news article. Continue reading “Guess which states accepted zero Syrian refugees”
“You know Sharia law? You know we could kidnap you?”
The alleged “refugees” in the Twin Cities are making headlines for two different reasons, but with Islamic jihad as the common thread.
- Muslim males between the ages of 18-40 volunteering to wage jihad in the Middle East and North Africa.
- Muslim males between the ages of 18-40 volunteering to wage jihad in the state of Minnesota.
While Europe nations from the Balkans to Scandinavia are attempting to cope with at least hundreds of thousands of refugees already on the continent, the leaders of the three largest Christian Churches in all of Christendom, albeit to various degrees, are exhorting the faithful to assist the migrants. While the Pontiff of Rome, the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, and the Patriarch of Moscow and all Rus’ have expressed varying degrees of support for the migrants, the pushback is coming from an unexpected source; the Christian laity. Continue reading “European refugee flood; the revolt of the Christian laity”
Sometimes, a nation’s leaders must draw the line between what is a refugee crisis and what is an invasion. Much like a nation’s leaders must draw the line when it come to spending the taxpayers money even when that same nation is estimated to be just a few short months away from seeing itself at an eye popping $19 trillion in debt.
Hungarian camerawoman Petra Laszlo is seeing many a wagging finger aimed directly at her from well-heeled pundits who wouldn’t know a real refugee from a bowl of kimchee. As it turns out, the Magyar media matron was caught on film giving a trip to an alleged refugee who was also seen on film trying to give Hungarian police the slip.
Between the Syrian National Army; ISIS; al-Qaeda; Hezbollah; Iranian Revolutionary Guards and al-Quds fighters; Hamas; the al-Nusra Front; Russian Navy and Air Force troops; Palestinian Liberation Army; a host of lesser known armed groups but with impressive names such as The Jihad in the Path of God Brigade, and The Falcons of Mount Zawiya Brigade, suffice it to say Syria is a very, very dangerous place. Even Britain’s venerable BBC has estimated the total number of armed rebel groups in the 1,000 range.
While Auntie Beeb also estimates the total number of fighters to be somewhere around 100,000, these numbers were from late 2013. With the likes of ISIS reportedly pulling in 1,000 new recruits a month, the total numbers have undeniably ballooned. As reported by Donna Rachel Edmunds of the Breitbart.com news portal on Sept. 5, 2015, somewhere between 10 to 12 millions Syrian civilians have been dislocated during the current revolutionary war against the Damascus government.
While Edmunds did specify that the majority of those uprooted by the war have remained within the borders of what at least is technically Syria, roughly four million have fled to neighboring predominately Muslim nations or to Europe. Interestingly enough, the five wealthiest Arab-Muslim nations in the region have refused to accept a single Syrian refugee, Muslim or otherwise.
As Edmunds penned, “Yet amidst cries for Europe to do more, it has transpired that of the five wealthiest countries on the Arabian Peninsula, that is, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Kuwait and Bahrain, not one has taken in a single refugee from Syria.” Also noted by the Breitbart.com reporter, the five cited nations have argued against accepting any Syrians due to their concern that “terrorists could be hiding within an influx of people.”
Edmunds also added to her report a tweet from Raheem Kassam, the editor-in-chief of Breitbart-London. As Raheem noted, the following listing of neighboring countries and how many Syrian refugees they’ve accepted:
- Lebanon – 1.2 million
- Turkey – 1.8 million
- Iraq – 247,861
- Jordan – 624,427
- Egypt – 133,000
- Saudi Arabia – 0
- Kuwait – 0
- Bahrain – 0
- United Arab Emirates – 0
- Qatar – 0
While Edmunds did note that Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the UAE have written sizable aid checks to assist the mass of humanity displaced from Syria, she also cited that Great Britain alone has contributed more than the three oil-soaked nations combined. But Edmunds shouldn’t feel alone from the inevitable blow-back she’ll receive for calling out the richest Arab-Muslim nations. For his history of working with conservative politicians and publications in Britain, Raheem Kassam was named by the London-based Islamic Human Rights Commission as winner of the 2014 “Islamophobe of the Year” award.
Meanwhile in the United States, Breitbart.com’s Ian Hanchett reported on Sept. 5, 2015, that despite his rhetoric of too many low-skilled illegal immigrants edntering the country, GOP front-runner Donald Trump was interviewed by Cokie Roberts of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” When asked for his take of the human tsunami of refugees flooding Europe, Trump stated, “There’s only so much we can do. We have to fix our own country” but the US should “help as much as possible.” When asked specifically if the US should accept any of the refugees, The Donald plainly stated, “And the answer is possibly yes, Cokie, possibly yes.”