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Saturday, January 13, 2018

Trump’s Immigration Remarks Outrage Many, but Others Quietly Agree

By Reader-Researcher RC
Sat, Jan 13, 2018 10:11 p.m.


Trump’s Immigration Remarks Outrage Many, but Others Quietly Agree

President Trump’s comments have outraged many global leaders, but they also fit a pattern, even inside the E.U., of dehumanizing language toward migrants.

www.nytimes.com

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
This is where I get really frustrated with Trump, though I do sympathize with what he must be going through. I can only imagine what these negotiations with virtue signalling Senators like Durbin must be like. I’m guessing that these Senators sit around and talk about immigration with the unstated belief that is is some kind of noble American experiment that we must move forward with, and that our country is somehow evil because it doesn’t have enough black and brown people. Trump, frustrated with these numbskull poseurs and free of that programming himself but not he's not skillful at verbally dismantling their PC assumptions, so defaults to calling African countries “shitholes”. Not that it isn't true, but it's giving his enemies ammunition on a silver platter they can use against him.

While I am glad Trump is in office and at least seems to be trying, though he may not have the political juice to do it, to slow this headlong rush of transplanting mass numbers of African and Muslim people to the US. I think he would be better served by studying the history of immigration and the reasons why it is occurring and using his high profile position to inform the US public on those realities, rather than feeding the media simplistic comments that can be easily spun into seeming "racist". The next President will likely be a Democrat who will reverse everything Trump tried to do and open our borders, the more Trump makes comments that give his enemies openings to publicly excoriate him the more the momentum may swing back the other way when a Democrat assumes office.

Have you heard this one? Of course, you’d have to be living in a bubble not to but the world has gone insane enough for me to consider it a possibility: http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-na-pol-2020-oprah-president-20180108-story.html
Imagine what will happen is Oprah actually got elected. If Hillary was going to be Merkel on steroids, Oprah will be Hillary on steroids. Black migrants will be pouring in like ants, 99% of whom will be swinging d***s because that's what Oprah likes. Guaranteed. It will be time to migrate to…where? Is there a corner left in this world where you can escape from negroes? I’m starting to wonder.



Anonymous said...

I believe that President Trump has broken the "we got to be polite about blacks uselessness and criminality". More Whites will now begin to tell it like it is. Blacks and browns have been saying much worse things about Whites and calling for White genocide. We should and must fight back. We have nothing to lose but our lives and our White posterity if we don't take a stand now.