Monday, January 30, 2017

Multikultistan Revisited

Evidently, the rollout of Friday’s Trump administration immigration order left a great deal to be desired. The Wall Street Journal summarized the problems:

President Trump seems determined to conduct a shock and awe campaign to fulfill his campaign promises as quickly as possible, while dealing with the consequences later. This may work for a pipeline approval, but the bonfire over his executive order on refugees shows that government by deliberate disruption can blow up in damaging ways.

Legions of Trump-haters have taken to the nation’s airports to welcome Muslim refugees to America. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has opened his arms to the refugees. To be fair, this was before a refugee shot up a mosque in Quebec City yesterday… but we would not want to allow that to prevent us from asserting our values.

Back in the day it was commonly understood that German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s open arms policy had caused a major social calamity, to say nothing of a crime wave. Through our idealistic lenses we see the refugees as displaced peoples seeking refuge.

In all likelihood they see themselves as the first wave of an invading army. The vast majority of them have no interest in assimilating. They have no real interest in working. They want the West to submit to their god. It’s their religion, after all. Ignore it at your peril.

Not all cultures are the same. Not all cultures are created equal. Refugees in Sweden have turned that country into the rape capital of the Western world. If that is what you want, embrace it. But, don’t accuse those who want to avoid it with a lack of virtue.

For those with a short memory, I quote a Wikileaks document produced for John Podesta—yes, that John Podesta—by a man living in the Netherlands, a man who calls himself Orca. I have previously posted about this. Here is an excerpt, by Orca:

Muslim Immigration and Multicultural Madness have left a trail of misery and mayhem across Germany - with far worse to come because of demographics ·

Muslims make up only 9% of Berlin's population, yet account for 70% of young repeat criminals, revealed Berlin public prosecutor Roman Reusch http://www.spiegel.de/spiegel/print/d-51448987.html. To be more precise, 46% of Berlin's juvenile serial criminals are of Arab descent, while 33% of them have Turkish ancestry http://www.bz-berlin.de/archiv/jugendkriminalitaet-article961342.html.

In an un-German display of harsh-truth telling, Reusch said in Der Spiegel that "in parts [of Berlin], the population consist almost exclusively of problem cases." As he tells it, immigrant children as young as six or seven years old turn to crime and grow up to see honest hard-working people as targets - walking sources of easy money. German society is completely powerless in the face of growing ruthless violence and crime. To describe the German police and criminal-justice system as a big joke would be unfair to big jokes. You won't be surprised to hear that the outspoken public prosecutor has meanwhile been sacked from his job and banned from talking to the media.

The German police admits that large immigrant areas of Berlin, Hamburg, the Ruhr Area, etc. have become police no-go areas, where criminals and extremists have free reign. Within no time at all, a lone police patrol car making a foray into Germany's ethnic war zones finds itself surrounded by a baying lynch mob, much like US soldiers in Baghdad at the height of the troubles, added Roman Reusch.

Yesterday, Roger Simon raised the same question:

You can be a virtue-signaling moral narcissist and get all exercised about Donald Trump's executive order suspending visas from seven primarily Muslim countries for the next ninety days, but I have a question for you: what do we do about Islam?

The president of Egypt is alarmed by the current state of Islam. He has called for a Reformation. Simon wrote:

… at least one interested party -- the current president of Egypt, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi -- has declared bluntly that his religion is in dire need of a reformation. Chances are he knows more about Islam than you. He certainly does than me.  Also, he lives in a hellacious region of the world dominated by that religion and its violent ideology.

As for the statistics, Simon kindly provided them:

Why is it that since 9/11/2001 there he have been 30,209 terror attacks in the name of Allah?  There have been 38 in the last six days alone, resulting in 425 killed and 419 injured. There were also nine suicide bombings during that time frame.

After all, this comes after a Woman’s March that was led by an Islamist who does not have warm and fuzzy feelings toward people who disagree with her.

In Simon’s words:

No, ladies and gentleman, pretend though it's otherwise, we do have an Islam problem, all of us.  Europe as we knew it growing up is practically gone and our society has been badly infected. When a massive march of American women is led by a Muslim woman who insists she wants to "take the vagina away" of one of the great freedom fighters of our time, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a woman who herself has suffered from genital mutilation, we know things have come to a drastic pass.

[Correction: First reports declared that there were two shooters in the Quebec City attack on a mosque. One of them was a Muslim. Later reports said that there was only one shooter, a white nationalist bigot. I stand corrected.]

13 comments:

David Spence said...

Does the WSJ really believe that if all the "process" was just done correctly, this leftist temper-tantrum would not be happening? Give me a break. Perfect timing to do this EO right before the SCOTUS nomination.

Sam L. said...

Leftist liberals hate the USA for not being leftist and liberal enough for them.

Ignatius Acton Chesterton OCD said...

The Wall Street Journal has always been for open borders. I expect nothing less. They like American Constitutional freedoms, but cannot recognize what the country has become with entitlement subsidy that negates all sources of human restraint and creates massive moral hazard. Most of all, it incentivizes one major political party to conduct a divide-and-conquer marketing strategy so as to demographically gerrymander the country with a coalition of guaranteed minority voting blocs. That's not a persuasion strategy, that's encouraging invasion for ideological gain.

I am one who would not be as concerned about immigration if we had a clear national policy and expectation of assimilation into a common American culture. We used to have this, but we do not anymore. The multiculti crowd won't allow it. Combine this blithe ignorance with the belief among sophisticates that religion is in the rear view mirror or "on the wrong side of history," you produce this explosive situation. These highbrow people are like cultural pyromaniacs.

Trigger Warning said...

Apparently, in solidarity with Silicon Valley, Starbucks has decided to discriminate against native-born American citizens in its hiring policy. I guess hipsters and snowflakes with liberal arts degrees just can't cut the latte. Sweet.

I'm hoping Target, Chipotle, and Kellogg's adopt the same native-born disfavoring employment policies.

Ignatius Acton Chesterton OCD said...

Perhaps Schultz can do a TED talk on the subject and how people who don't want to assimilate to American culture will be "leveraged as a competitive advantage for Starbucks robusto corporate culture.

Ares Olympus said...

Stuart: Legions of Trump-haters have taken to the nation’s airports to welcome Muslim refugees to America. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has opened his arms to the refugees. To be fair, this was before a refugee shot up a mosque in Quebec City yesterday… but we would not want to allow that to prevent us from asserting our values.

To be fair!? What a horrid sarcastic arrogance you demonstrate, Stuart!

https://qz.com/898544/quebecshooting-alexandre-bissonnette-sole-suspect-in-the-quebec-mosque-shooting-was-enthralled-by-a-borderline-racist-nationalist-movement/
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Bissonnette, a French-Canadian, remains the sole suspect. He has been charged with six counts of murder and five counts of attempted murder.

According to LaPresse (French), whose reporters spoke to former acquaintances of the 27-year-old, Bissonnette is a political science student at Laval. One member of a local group dedicated to welcoming Syrian refugees to Quebec City told the newspaper that he recognized Bissonnette as a troll on their community Facebook page. Bissonnette reportedly made statements supporting Marine Le Pen, the leader of French nationalist party Front National, and was known to local activists for his anti-refugee statements online.

A Laval University student who grew up with Bissonnette told the Globe and Mail that the suspect was “was enthralled by a borderline racist nationalist movement.” The Globe also found that the student wasn’t vocal about any extreme views until after a public visit Le Pen made to the city last year.
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To be fair, its not the Trump haters who are doing the shooting in this case, even outside of our borders.

Trump has just spent the last 18 months making hating Muslims a virtue, and doubled down on that with a blanket ban for no reason except a big "You're not welcome" sign that he'd like to place over America's entrances.

Let's just hope Muslims are smart enough to see a sinking ship, and let Trump continue what he's best at doing failing - and making others pay the costs.

Corvinus said...

"Not all cultures are the same. Not all cultures are created equal."

Those are loaded statements without the proper context. Please elaborate.

"Refugees in Sweden have turned that country into the rape capital of the Western world."

Not quite.

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/07/11/are-migrants-really-raping-swedish-women.html

Stuart Schneiderman said...

All of the statistics I have seen suggest as much. The Multikultistan document offers a wealth of evidence from European sources. One should keep in mind that the authorities in Sweden, Norway and Germany have chosen to cover up the identity of rapists and other criminals, the better to protect the politicians whose policies allowed them entry.

Dennis said...

Ares,

I only thing I would say is that I would respond if anything you stated was true. It isn't a Muslim ban because the largest Muslim country is Indonesia and it is not on the deferred list as are 40 other Muslim country not on the list. I fear for your mental health. One day you might have a cogent well informed thought and the damage that may bring may be shocking.
I mentioned after the election that the election was only the beginning.
1. The department of Injustice has gotten comfortable with the idea that they can pick and choose the laws they enforce. Yates is a perfect example of this kind of selective law enforcement. She is weak on immigration and borders.
2. You have in the prior administration the thought that the law is what the administration deems it to be leading to a failure of the branches of government effectively ignoring to solve problems vice having a political issue.
3. There is, like most of us have faced, a federal government structure and the real shadow government made up of federal workers and the people who gain from that shadow government. Anyone who has worked in the military, et al knows that the Officers in charge leave after a time period and the federal worker is there forever. Trust me I have seen this in action for 40 plus years in the federal government.
4. You have an entrenched media that moves back and forth from the media to the government ad nauseam. To expect people who have everything to gain from this cozy little relationship with its money making process that wields them power far above their actual place is to be foolish.
5. One has an academic environment that is more attuned to indoctrination than education where people have the ability to think through any problem and provide for its best possible solution.
6. One has a democrat party that has long cared only about power and could care less about the people who have to endure their dislike for the common man.
I could go on, but suffice it to say this is a war agains't a government that has become so comfortable with telling others what to do that it now think the people work for them and not the other way around. I wish Trump luck because he has a tough road ahead and I suspect an establishment that loves it power and prestige more than it cares for it citizens.
The people who voted for Trump are going to have to keep in the game if they want real change. They cannot go back to their prior life because those who gained from their pain are not going to go away quietly. The choice is freedom as defined in the Constitution of slavery to the state.

Ignatius Acton Chesterton OCD said...

Attention, attention! Achtung!

If you can't decide who comes into your country, you don't have a country.

These Lefties are idiots. The want endless welfare, and open borders. A dream world. No limits. No adults saying NO.

Ignatius Acton Chesterton OCD said...

Dennis, beautiful comment. I'm with you 100%.

Ares Olympus said...
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Ares Olympus said...

Stuart: [Correction: First reports declared that there were two shooters in the Quebec City attack on a mosque. One of them was a Muslim. Later reports said that there was only one shooter, a white nationalist bigot. I stand corrected.]

I don't think that correction at the end is sufficient for clarity. You should also remove the false accusation itself. No refugee shot up anyone there.

Stuart: To be fair, this was before a refugee shot up a mosque in Quebec City yesterday… but we would not want to allow that to prevent us from asserting our values.