Terrorism in America is becoming a reality via immigration.
We all have been reading how the Democrats and establishment Republicans, also liberals and conservatives have been railing on Donald Trump, especially his ideas regarding illegal immigrants. A lot of folks focus on illegal aliens from Mexico. That’s certainly a problem and getting worse by the day. A side note here, those in the government create policies and when they fail, they proclaim this or that is “broken” and then step up to “fix” what they broke to begin with. It’s a never-ending cycle but one which keeps them employed by the U.S. taxpayer. There are a lot of important issues right now that need to be addressed. Some are more important to different folks for different reasons, whether it be equal rights for transgender folks or abortion “rights.” (being a little facetious) Anyway, the most important issues which concern the majority of Americans right now is terrorism and illegal immigration. These actually should be the most important to everyone because I think when terrorists start blowing up stuff here in America those “equal rights” issues could pretty much take a back seat in priorities. Personally, I like Ted Cruz, however he is nowhere near aggressive enough on the immigration issue. I think if anything should keep Trump in front of all other Republicans it will be his hard-line stand against illegal immigration. And I’ll vote for Trump over any Republican on that one issue alone if I have to make a choice based on that. This issue goes hand in hand with the threat of terrorism becoming very real here in America. If it’s not addressed and addressed aggressively, we’re going to be reaping the whirlwind because of Obama’s refusal to stop illegals from entering the United States. What’s equally alarming is the fact that Obama has flooded the United States with tens of thousands of immigrants from extremely hostile Muslim nations such as Somalia, Iraq and Syria. These people are very similar immigrants from south of the border. They have nothing positive to offer at all … and the sad truth is the vast majority of those coming from the Middle East are coming for subsidized housing (section 8). That is, government subsidized … ie … taxpayer subsidized. Take a few minutes and READ THIS ARTICLE and you’ll gain some understanding what is so attractive about America to these folks … and it isn’t the beaches or fly-fishing at Henry’s Fork and Silver Creek in Idaho.
The writer of THIS PIECE made some very good points, and the following are some …
Radicalism seems to ferment as much, if not more so, among first-generation Westerners as among their immigrant parents. Which means that massive Muslim immigration may have few visible repercussions today — but a great many tomorrow.
That reality is becoming manifest in the United States.
Dearborn, Mich., is home to just under 100,000 people, about 40 percent of whom are Muslim. In 2013, a leaked government document revealed that more people from Dearborn were on the federal terrorist watch list than from any other city except New York. In March 2014, Dearborn resident Mohammed Hassan Hamdan was arrested at the Detroit Metropolitan Airport on his way to join Hezbollah in Syria.
In October of last year, Mohammed Hamzah Khan, of Bolingbrook, Ill., was arrested at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport on his way to enlist in the Islamic State. He had left his family a three-page letter inviting them to join him. And there are the dozens of individuals from the Twin Cities’ Somali diaspora, many of whom worshiped at the same mosque, who have tried — successfully and otherwise — to do the same.
Suggesting a correlation between the number of Muslims in the country and the incidence of radicalism is, of course, considered insensitive, if not downright “Islamophobic.”
But the only point here is a mathematical one: Whatever the percentage of Muslims who support or would ever consider supporting jihadism, the raw number obviously increases along with the total number of Muslims. One percent of 10 million is much larger than 1 percent of 1 million. The questions is, at what point does the radical population achieve a kind of critical mass?