I originally posted this in May of 2007, about two and a half years ago. I have questions about our immigration policy towards nations who are not kindly disposed towards us (Great Satan and all that, ya know) and I truly would like some answers.
It's not that we shouldn't expect radical Muslims to attack us. Muslims are simply doing what the Koran orders them to do and what they have promised to do.
Just today a plot was announced where a half dozen or so planned to take on Fort Dix. Another half dozen Muslims planned to kill more Brits via suicide bombs a mere two weeks after 52 were killed in the 7 JUL 05 London bombings.
We should not be alarmed, astounded or dismayed. They are members of a savage, repressive cult. That's what they do.
So why are we still allowing Muslims to migrate to this country? Granted not all of them are terrorists, but who is vetting these individuals to ensure that we are not allowing terrorists in the US? And why in the world are we wasting precious investigative resources checking out immigrants?? Shouldn't these investigators be used to scope out what is going on in this country rather than seeing if some goat herder from Tora Bora needs a free ride in the States?
In the five year period (1997 - 2001) preceding 9-11, there were a total of 312,116 permanent residents admitted from the following countries: Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Bangladesh, Bahrain, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Morocco, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Syria and the United Arab Emirates.
In the five years after our nation was attacked by Muslim terrorists, immigration from these countries had increased by 17% to 366,720.
Saudia Arabia is 100% Muslim. Immigration from this nation that supplied 15 of the 19 September 11, 2001, terrorists increased by 20%.
Afghanistan, Algeria, Iran, Iraq, Morrocco, Pakistan and the UAE are between 99 and 96% Muslim. Their immigration increased by 17% from 160,195 to 187,120. Pakistani tribal leaders abutting Afghanistan are thought to be responsible for hiding Bin Laden. The largest number of immigrants (67,539 between 2002 and 2006) are from Pakistan.
Syria (90% Muslim) is known to be providing support to terrorists in Iraq and Palestine. The US State Department has allowed 12,500 Syrians into this country since 9-11. Syria is also run by Baathists, the same arab socialist party that ran Iraq under Saddam Hussein.