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TYRANNY OF SHAMING

Tuesday, March 13th, 2018

 

A very insightful article from the viewpoint of an immigrant from Egypt who can clearly see what is happening in this country.   Nancy  

GATESTONE INSTITUTE
TYRANNY OF SHAMING
 March 11, 2018
by Nonie Darwish     Nonie Darwish, born and raised in Egypt, is the author of: “Wholly Different; Why I Chose Biblical Values Over Islamic Values”
  • The bias of many Americans against American values has blinded them from seeing the reasons we immigrants went through hell to come to this country. Many Americans believe that those who criticize the culture from which we escaped must be “Islamophobic.” They seem not to understand why we never again want to see what we have gone through so much to escape from.
  • Such attacks on the white majority in Americans are, bluntly, racist. It is a shame that so many Americans are unable or refuse to see what many immigrants see: that it was under this white majority that millions of oppressed people — of all colors and creeds — from around the world were rescued from tyranny, Sharia law, slavery, discrimination, Islamism and a miserable existence under corrupt, war-torn and famine-stricken nations. Instead, many seem to want to bring all that here.
  • We watched American freedoms as a dream: to be able to smile back at a man who opened the door for you without accusations of being a loose woman for smiling. To be able to wear what you want, go out when you want, work or get an education or not, and venture to hope one day to live under a system that respects monogamy and equal rights for women and minorities. Yes, it is the American culture where whites are the majority, no problem with that, that made our dreams come true. Despite its shortcomings no other country in the world offers its citizens the chance to be whatever they would like. We might never get back what we already have.

Every day we hear on television, “We need an honest discussion about race in this country”.

Many well-meaning Americans, however, may have had enough of this endless, empty and dysfunctional discussion of race. To an outsider, Americans seem obsessed with race; and the discussion always deteriorates to shouting, insulting, blaming, finger-pointing, distorting reality and removing any hope of taking responsibility for oneself. The goal of the discussion always seems to be to try to claim that “I am holier than thou.”

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COST OF REFUGEES TO AMERICAN TAXPAYERS

Friday, March 2nd, 2018

 

Thanks to Gadi Adelman for sharing this information with us on the cost to American Taxpayers for refugees.  Nancy 

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VIDEO – AHMAD AND HIS THREE WIVES IN GERMANY

Friday, March 2nd, 2018

 

VIDEO   – AHMAD AND HIS THREE WIVES  – A TV  INTERVIEW WITH A MUSLIM FAMILY IN GERMANY 

GATES OF VIENNA
VIDEO

Last week we posted about Ahmad, a Syrian “refugee” who was permitted to bring two wives and numerous children with him to Germany. The whole polygamous family is being housed and maintained under congenial conditions, at the expense of the state.

Below is a longer video about the fecund Ahmad and his culture-enriching brood. Anton, who translated the video for subtitles, includes this introduction:

“ As far as emancipation is concerned, the refugee wave has not brought only progress to Germany.[1].

“Instead, our reporter Andrew Musa found the Syrian family living in a form of mini-harem…. apparently without legal difficulties, although so-called polygamy is prohibited in this country.”[2]

1. resent also that SPIEGEL TV suggests there is any progress whatsoever. There isn’t.
2. Any polygamy is not “so-called” as the TV presenter suggests. It is polygamy. And polygamy is illegal.
3. They headed straight for Germany past many safe countries. They entered illegally.
4. Families of this size get around 13K USD tax free every month. Free maternal care. Free child care. Free medical care. Free housing. Free schooling. Free TV. Free telephone. Free everything.
 

Costing the tax payer around 150K-180K USD NETT!!! 

They can even travel home on welfare to Syria to visit relatives. No problem.

ALL ILLEGALLY.

Note: The average GROSS German wage is around 41K USD per annum.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

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THE COST OF ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION

Tuesday, February 6th, 2018

 

Please share this article .  The Republicans have not made the case in terms of the cost of illegal immigration.  It is up to us, the grassroots, to get this information out.
Also, if the information in this article alarms you, please call or write  your representatives and tell them to Build That Wall !   Nancy

The Cost of Illegal Immigration

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BLAMING WHITE RACISM FOR WOES OF BLACK AMERICA

Tuesday, October 10th, 2017

 

THE WASHINGTON TIMES
Black America wrong to blame white racism for woes
By L Todd Wood    September 26, 2017
L. Todd Wood, a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy, flew special operations helicopters supporting SEAL Team 6, Delta Force and others. After leaving the military, he pursued his other passion, finance, spending 18 years on Wall Street trading emerging market debt, and later, writing. The first of his many thrillers is “Currency.” Todd is a contributor to Fox Business, Newsmax TV, Moscow Times, the New York Post, the National Review, Zero Hedge and others. For more information about L. Todd Wood, visit LToddWood.com.
I know of no white person alive today in the United States who has ever legally owned a black slave, or any slave for that matter. Almost 700,000 mostly white men died 160 years ago to end slavery. Jim Crow ended generations ago. Yet black America, for the most part, is still locked in inner-city gang violence and economic hardship. Why?

Is it because America is racist?  Is it because of some overhanging white supremacy?  Is it because of the Illuminati?

No, unfortunately, it is because of black culture and the adoption of Democratic Party government dependency.  

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TRUMP RESTORES WORK REQUIREMENTS FOR WELFARE

Tuesday, September 5th, 2017

 

 
Trump moves to restore
work requirements for receiving welfare

 – The Washington Times – Wednesday, August 30, 2017′


The Trump administration moved Wednesday to reimpose work requirements for Americans on welfare, revoking an Obama-era policy that had urged states to apply for waivers exempting the poor from having to show they were either getting job training or looking for work.
Requiring work was a key part of the 1996 welfare reform law enacted by a GOP-led Congress and signed by then-President Bill Clinton, and Mr. Trump’s move restores the law as written.
“The waiver option offered by the Obama administration is being replaced today by an expectation that work should always be encouraged as a condition for receiving welfare,” said Steven Wagner, the Health and Human Services Department’s acting assistant secretary for children and families.
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WHITE HOUSE PETITIONS

Saturday, September 2nd, 2017

WE THE PEOPLE – YOUR VOICE IN THE WHITE HOUSE 

petitions.whitehouse.gov/

 

THIS URL is important.  There are various petitions on the White House site…many are from left wingers…but there are ones there we should ALL think about signing. The one at the very end is the one re Hillary’s emails.  There are others such as declaring Black Lives Matter for what it really is and one for Soros….to indicate what HE’s doing.  I have no clue what the ramifications will be for putting your name on such a petition but the Hillary one is certainly one that needs support. 

 

 

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OUR SELF-INTERESTED SENATORS by Kimberley Strassel

Saturday, July 22nd, 2017

 

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Our Self-Interested Senators

An open health-care debate finally would bring some actual accountability.

Friday, July 21, 2017  by Kimberley Strassel
Sen. Rob Portman on Capitol Hill, June 20. PHOTO: ASSOCIATED PRESS
EXCERPT FROM THIS ARTICLE:  Voters would be able to see just how gigantic a Medicaid payoff Ohio’s Rob Portman, Nevada’s Dean Heller and West Virginia’s Shelley Moore Capito are demanding for their support. They’d watch supposed conservatives such as Tennessee’s Bob Corker vote against pro-growth tax cuts. They’d observe Utah’s Mike Lee offer up changes to ObamaCare mandates, muster not even a dozen votes, and realize how unpopular his position is. They’d witness Kentucky’s Rand Paul vote against all reform ideas—no matter how good—because they still weren’t good enough for Rand Paul.They’d see Alaska’s Lisa Murkowski cynically vote against the very same repeal-only amendment she supported in 2015, back when it didn’t matter. They’d see South Carolina’s Lindsey Graham and Louisiana’s Bill Cassidy cast the only two votes for a bill they’ve been pushing—and confusing everyone with—for weeks.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell at this point has busted pretty much every move in his effort to rally 50 votes for an Obama Care replacement. He’s listened. He’s negotiated. He’s encouraged. He’s cajoled. Lather. Rinse. Repeat.

Months later, still lacking a majority, the time has come for the Kentucky Republican to execute the final, clarifying move. It’s time for Mr. McConnell to make this all about his self-interested members.

Up to now, this exercise has been about trying to improve health care and the federal fisc. The House bill isn’t perfect—no bill ever is—but it amounts to the biggest entitlement reform in history. It repeals crushing taxes. It dramatically cuts spending. And it begins the process of stabilizing the individual health-care market and expanding consumer freedom.

None of this is good enough for a handful of senators, so now it’s time to make this exercise all about them. Mr. McConnell should make clear that the overwhelming majority of the Republican Party stands ready to make good on its repeal-and-replace campaign promise—and that it would have done so already were it not for a cynical or egotistic few. It’s time for some very public accountability.

That rests in Mr. McConnell giving his caucus a drop-dead date to broker a compromise, after which he will proceed to bring up the House bill. And any Republican who votes against moving forward, “a motion to proceed,” will forever be known as the Republican who saved ObamaCare. The Republican who voted to throw billions more taxpayer dollars at failing entitlement programs and collapsing insurance markets. The Republican who abandoned struggling American families. The Republican who voted against a tax cut and spending reductions. The Republican who made Chuck Schumer’s year.

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MY HOME TOWN IS GONE

Wednesday, June 14th, 2017

 

Thanks to Sandra Sauer-Bernard of Virginia  for sharing.  This is a real eye-opening account of how refugee resettlement is changing one small town in New York State.   Nancy

 

 

thermidormag.com/my-hometown-is-gone/

 

My Home Town Is Gone   by Loretta Brady

Hi! This is a blog post I threw together in response to the recent increase in refugee numbers by Trump’s State Department, in order to convey what it is like living in an Islamizing area. I gave a talk at a luncheon a few months ago that was basically relating my story of how my hometown has been Islamized by refugee resettlement. So it makes sense to do a blog post.

I’m from the Utica, NY area. Utica is the city nicknamed by the UN “the city that loves refugees!” Soon every American city will be a city that loves refugees! Get ready! So I would like to tell you what it is like living in an area where the major city is about 25% (or more) refugee, mainly Muslim

I was born in Utica, a “faded industrial town” along the Mohawk River/Erie Canal corridor, and lived there until I was 8-years-old when my family moved to a nearby small college town. I loved living in Utica because there were lots of families on my block, big Catholic families with lots of kids. You could yard-hop, checking out who was available for play. You could bike around the neighborhood. There were block parties in the summer. My grandmother lived up the street. Life was good.

My father and his father were born and lived in Utica, NY. My father was a judge in Utica, like his father before him. The Catholic school my father attended is now a community center for refugees. After I moved back to the Utica area as an adult I used to recite “Full fathom five” to the children as we drove by my father’s former Catholic school. (Nothing of him that doth fade,/But doth suffer a sea change/Into something rich and strange.)

When I had my first child I was living in New York City. Her father and I divorced when she was a baby, and when she was two-years-old, I beat a hasty retreat back home to Upstate NY. There I met my husband. We got married, we had babies (in that order, ahem), and we settled down outside of Utica.

When I moved back home one of the first things I noticed was that an old Methodist church was being converted into a bright shiny white new mosque. The local paper touted this as immense progress and featured a local woman who had attended the church as a child and was positively brimming with joy it was being turned into a mosque. If that is the general sentiment, then it’s odd that my county went for Trump, right? There are at least two mosques in the city now. They just built another.

Where do I start? Utica had always been “the city that loves refugees” but under Obama things accelerated. Muslim immigrants were suddenly in these local bureaucratic positions where they had power over you. This, in what is probably one of the most corrupt states in the union, where the power of the state is everything.

The social worker at my daughter’s school was a Muslim immigrant. I looked for her profile on the school website, I googled her, I could not find information on her background, resume, qualifications, or educational attainments.

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VIDEO AND PHOTOS – ICON – MARK KRIKORIAN – THE IMPACT OF MASS MIGRATION

Tuesday, June 6th, 2017

 

Mark Krikorian, Executive Director, Center For Immigration Studies, cmsny.org/, was ICON’s guest speaker on Tuesday, May 23, 2017 in Chapel Hill.  The subject of his talk was “The Impact of Mass Migration” which is  truly an issue that is confronting our nation.  
 A video of Mark’s talk can be seen on the ICON website for you to hear Mark’s in-depth presentation    www.iconlectureseries.com/archives/3187   VIDEO
The following photos were taken at the Mark Krikorian presentation on May 23.  Nancy

Mark Krikorian, Executive Director, Center For Immigration Studies

From the left: Ron Woodard, Director, NC LIsten and Mark Krikorian

Mark Krikorian, on the right, speaking to audience members after his presentation

From the left: Greta Gray and Janie Wagstaff, President, ICON

From the left: Gladys Kofalt, Jim Duncan (ICON Advisory Board member) and Terry Wiegers

From the left: Gene Jowyk, Will and Ann Bowman and Robert Goodwill

Mark Krikorian and Laura Gutman, ICON board member

Mary and David Carter – David is an ICON Advisory Board member and video tapes our lectures (see link for video above)

Judi Anderson and Paul Olson

From the left: Nancy Clark, ICON board member, and Cathy Wright

From the left: Evelyn Kober-Poole, Carol McCanna and Andrea Rock, ICON board member

From the left: Jack McCallus, Anthony Bruno and Joel Freidlander

Nancy Humphries and Guy Guidry

From the left: Wendy Ball, Sandy Bazley, Ken Johnson and Jim Ball

After the lecture “get together” at the Time Out Sports Bar, Chapel Hill

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