Liberal rag media outlets are comparing the plight of Muslim refugees to “the plight of Jewish refugees fleeing Adolf Hitler’s Germany.” For some unknown reason, these liberals want ISIS to come to America. They WANT refugees!
Well did the Jews ever say ANYTHING remotely close to what these MUSLIM JIHADS said?
“Kill them in their own lands, behead them in their own homes, stab them to death as they walk their streets thinking they are safe…”
No, JEWS NEVER DID.
National Review contributor Ian Tuttle, writes that these liberal morons could NOT be more wrong:
There was no international conspiracy of German Jews in the 1930s attempting to carry out daily attacks on civilians on several continents. No self-identifying Jews in the early 20th century were randomly massacring European citizens in magazine offices and concert halls, and there was no ‘Jewish State’ establishing sovereignty over tens of thousands of square miles of territory, and publicly slaughtering anyone who opposed its advance.”
Spot on! The Jews were a peaceful civilization that were targeted by a homosexual, mixed breed,drug addict lunatic named ALDOLPH HITLER who had an agenda to annihilate an entire race.
Now guess which group of contemporary people most resemble the Nazis: Syrian refugees, 12.5 percent of whom in fact support the Islamic State, according to a recent Arab Opinion Index poll.
Furthermore, “European Jews in the early 20th century were more amenable to assimilation than are Syrian Muslims in the early 21st.”
Time and time again we see these ungrateful filthy refugees complaining about our ways and refuse to adapt to our culture. WE DON’T NEED THESE THIRD WORLD SCUMBAGS HERE IN AMERICA!
Your life sucks? TOO FRICKING BAD! My life sucked (sort of) and I pulled out of it and made my life FANTASTIC!
Actually, to be fair I have had a great life but I will note that I worked my a** off since age 13 and to this day still do!
None of these facts matter to liberals, however, who prefer condemning anyone who opposes Obama’s resettlement program as a “xenophobe” and “bigot.”
But as Tuttle pointed out, “There are serious, bigotry-free reasons to be wary of accepting Syrian refugees en masse, and historical comparisons should aim to illuminate the situation, not obscure it.”
(H/T Federalist Papers)
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