EU Talks of Closing Borders, Obama Talks About The Pilgrims

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Refugees in The Balkans
Refugees in The Balkans

The EU is looking to close the borders between nations while Barack Obama is insulting any American who suggests we pause the refugee program until we can be sure the refugees are properly vetted. Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn has suggested a motivation which most would find to be political, cynical and sinister.

In an interview on Czech television, Assad said that Europeans have legitimate cause to fear the wave of Syrian migration, since among the masses are agents of ISIS, Breitbart reported.

“It’s a mixture,” Assad said. “The majority, they are good Syrians, they are patriots. But of course you have infiltration of terrorists among them, that is true.”

Of the 423 Syrian migrants welcomed into the United States in the last two months, 99% are Sunni Muslims, raising the possibility of terrorists being in the mix. How does this number make enough of a difference to risk letting terrorists into the country?

The EU is considering closing their borders between nations while President Obama is demanding we take in thousands who the intelligence community has said cannot be properly vetted.

The escaped Paris attacker Salah Abdeslam found his way to Syria and crossed six European borders to get there, intelligence sources confirmed. This could lead to ending the open borders between members of the EU.

According to the Schengen Agreement, the EU’s 400 million residents and many non-EU nationals are allowed to travel freely across the continent, without the need to show any ID or wait in long queues whenever they cross a border.

The French authorities have revealed that many of the Paris attackers were EU nationals who traveled between countries in Europe and ISIS areas in Syria.

Politicians across the EU are concerned that terrorists could be hiding among the hundreds of Syrian refugees entering Europe every day. They’ve called for an end to open borders though this will have serious economic repercussions.

In this country, Obama is insisting the refugees are like Pilgrims on the Mayflower and dissent by the GOP and some Democrats is racist.

I don’t remember the Pilgrims jumping off the ship to pillage and rape and if there are terrorists among the refugees, that is what they will do.

Ben Stein is an American writer, lawyer, actor, and commentator on political and economic issues who told John Gibson on his radio show that Obama thinks Americans are “racist sons of bitches” because they want a pause in refugees.

“We have a mealy-mouthed president who takes pleasure in thumbing the eyes of the American people. What he’s doing about the refugees, and the very legitimate concern that Americans feel about taking in these refugees is just…putting his thumb in the eyes of the American people.

Clearly, the American people have a legitimate point. There are large numbers of Syrian refugees who want to come in, when you see them on TV, the line is endless, like the Israelites fleeing Egypt, but it’s perfectly legitimate to say, ‘Well, some of these are going to be terrorists.’

Some of them of course will be terrorists. Why not put a stop to it, wait and see what we can do in the way of putting in controls? …

Instead, Mr. Obama says, I’m better than you. I’m morally superior to you. You guys are racist sons of b*tches.

… You guys are nasty Klansmen and nativists. But, the questions the American people raise are quite legitimate questions, and I don’t see why they deserve the condescension of a president. I cannot — I’ve seen a lot of presidents, I cannot remember seeing any presidents who were quite so condescending to the American people.”

President Barack Obama’s former top military intelligence official said Tuesday that the White House ignored reports prefacing the rise of ISIS in 2011 and 2012 because they did not fit their re-election “narrative.”

“I think that they did not meet a narrative the White House needed. And I’ll be very candid with you, they just didn’t,” retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, the former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency told CNN’s Jake Tapper on “The Lead.”

Flynn, who has been critical of both Obama and former President George W. Bush’s handling of the Iraq War and involvement in the Middle East, said that Obama was served poorly by a small circle of advisers who were worried about his re-election prospects at the time.

Sources: Express UK, Breitbart, The Daily Star, The John Gibson Show

 

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