Immigration: 2017 Archives

WHO SHOULD THE U.S. ADMIT AS IMMIGRANTS?

The launch of the Trump Administration's new green card immigration policy has generated a fierce debate about who the U.S. should take in as immigrants. Isn't U.S. policy indeed to take in the poor masses of the world, the "huddled masses" as described in the Emma Lazarus poem that was put in a panel in the base of the Statue of Liberty in 1903, almost two decades after the Statue was dedicated?

The gift of France, the statue commemorated the 100th Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, which lit the beacon of liberty and freedom around the world. It had nothing to with immigration.

Since many immigrants had come through nearby Ellis Island in New York's harbor, the National Park Service thought it would be a nice tribute to add the Lazarus poem in a plaque in the base of the statue. Thus, for some, was born the idea that the U.S. would welcome whoever wanted to come, however destitute, however unfit.

All nations prefer to select their immigrants and those who will contribute to the growth and success of a nation are of course to be preferred.

In a debate in Canada last year the mass migration of Muslims pouring into Europe was the topic. Mark Steyn's closing remarks were spot on to win the debate and to make clear why the Emma Lazarus poem is no guide for an immigration policy at any time and certainly not now.

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CNN'S ACOSTA ATTACKS IMMIGRATION PROPOSAL, GETS HISTORY LESSON

Trump Senior Advisor Stephen Miller presented the Administration's proposed green card immigration program emphasizing an immigrant's assets and readiness to assimilate. CNN's Jim Acosta wanted to know what happened to the American policy of seeking out those huddled masses yearning to breathe free.

Miller pointed out that the Statute of Liberty celebrates the U.S. as a beacon of liberty and the poem on a plaque added in the base of the statue in 1903 17 years after the statue was dedicated, was a tribute to all those who had come through Ellis Island.

Stephen Miller is one the bright young stars of the Trump Administration. He had been the Chief of Staff for Senator (now Attorney General) Jeff Sessions before joining the Trump Administration.

He is the principal author of Trump's two great speeches the far, the Riyadh and Warsaw speeches. Both were brilliantly tailored to their audiences. They are both worth reading or re-reading.

In Riyadh, without mentioning Islam by name, Trump called for the elimination of this "evil creed" motivating ISIS before representatives of 50 or so Muslim-majority nation., In Poland, which had suffered under Soviet oppression and whose military had helped win the decisive battle against Islam at the Gates of Vienna in 1683, Trump's call to gather the will to defeat Islam once again was delivered at the right place at the right time.

Full text of Donald Trump's speech in Saudi Arabia _ The Times of Israel.pdf

Trump in Poland July 6 2017 Transcript.pdf

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IMMIGRATION CAN JUST HAPPEN AND YOU'RE SUNK

Immigration is what is doing Europe, including Great Britain, in. That is, destroying their culture, their civilization. Douglas Murray, a long-time collaborator in promoting free speech and sovereignty, sits with Mark Steyn to talk about his new book, "The Strange Death of Europe." This hour-long talk is worth listening to for its lesson for the United States.

In Europe immigration just happened. It is still just happening and all the countries of Western Europe are changed forever, absent a civil war that the natives probably don't have the stomach or other body parts to fight.

The elites opened the gates to Muslims from the Middle East, North Africa and Southeast Asia (Pakistan and Bangledesh) and kept them open despite pols continually showing the natives didn't want immigration at all.

The result: Crime, rape, riots, terrorized neighborhoods, robberies and the breakdown of law and order.

Muslims are the big problem in immigration. Islamic culture is rather uniform across a variety of nations because Sharia dictates how people behave, what they can do, what they can't do, who they hate, what they can learn and what they can't learn. A Scottish professor Denis Mac Eoin points out that the education system in Muslim-majority nations is as far removed as can be from anything in the West. Expecting the mindsets to meld is to expect the impossible for the vast number of Muslims. As an example, the second largest university in Pakistan does not have a bookstore on its campus.

The Trump Administration is working on a program to reject immigrants who will be in all likelihood incompatible with the civilization and laws of the U.S., such as those who advocate, practice and follow the teachings of Sharia.

Mark Steyn has a simple rule of thumb: No Muslims, as in Hungary, no rape and crime explosions. As France and the UK demonstrate, the more Muslims, the more problems. Sanity says as a first step stop Muslim immigration while figuring out how to cope with those already in the country.

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