What did you do last weekend? President Trump spent some time last Sunday on the phone to King Salman of Saudi Arabia, and the upshot of the conversation was that the Saudis would support the setting up of safe zones in Syria and Yemen, for the refugees to be housed on their own land and in a secure way. By ‘support’, and knowing a little of this president’s methods, I would hazard a guess that it means the Saudis are paying for it, and that Trump will have it up and ready-to-go soon, and under budget.
Of course, none of this was mentioned by that prim, stuck-up little swot, Jo Coburn, in today’s Daily Politics on BBC2, when she read out a list of Trump’s actions since taking office less than two weeks ago. Neither did it come up among all those breast-beating, sobbing, self-righteously virtue signalling Labour MPs as they harangued Theresa May, at Prime Minister’s Question Time, on her allowing a state visit for Trump after his “Muslim ban” – which is not a ban at all, and does not affect most of the world’s Muslims.
Either Corbyn and his komrades really don’t understand the real politik underlying Trump’s actions, or it’s not in their financial interests to ‘get it’. I’m leaning towards the latter.
The same could be said for London’s Mayor Sadiq Khan who once again stepped – no, skydived – way beyond his brief to bring together diplomats from Bangladesh, Brunei, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Pakistan, Sudan, United Arab Emirates and Yemen at City Hall last night – all nations which have imposed a ban on Israeli nationals – to explain to them his views on Trump’s ‘migrant ban’. What about affordable housing for young Londoners, Sadiq? What about next week’s Tube strike?
Anyway, the Lords were not to be outdone in this typical shit-storm in an English bone china tea cup. They sent Lord Ricketts into bat, and he let us know that “the Queen has been put in a very difficult position” with a Trump state visit. Of course, the veritable Lord sits on the advisory board for Lockheed Martin, which is currently in negotiations with Trump for defence contracts, and guess what – Trump is trying to knock down the price. Ha!
Anyway, where were all these sobbing and wailing tub thumbers for ‘human rights’ when the President of China came for his state visit in October 2015? Or when Barack Obama visited last year – the man who has caused more wars than any other US president in history? In 2011, Obama imposed a six-month ban on Iraqis coming into America … oh, but that’s all right, isn’t it, because he’s a cool and hip leftie.
Really, sometimes, I despair of this kind of British speciousness, snobbery and snubbery. I really hope it doesn’t put Trump off from coming here.
And it’s not just here:
In response to the ‘Muslim ban’, Starbucks CEO, Howard Schultz, has said that his company plans to hire 10,000 refugees in 75 countries over the next five years. Yes – that’s the same Starbucks that’s been allowed to get away with paying hardly any tax. Now they want cheap foreign labour too?
But if you have been fooled by all the fake sentimental, heart-on-sleeve, hand-wringing, please think again. Because what President Trump is doing, by settling the refugees in situ, is sticking a pin in the mega-ballooning industry of moving people around. It’s a sophisticated form of people trafficking in which hundreds of millions of pounds and dollars change filthy hands, and it’s been all about the importation of cheap labour and people who will vote how they are told. The perfect slaves, in other words.
Underlying that slithering pile of worms we find the secret project of a eugenicist elite who would like to see “coffee coloured people by the score” taking over Europe and Scandinavia – and they don’t take milk in their coffee.
We know this both from the Coudenhove-Kalergi plan, which calls for white genocide, and also from the very person who runs the United Nations Refugee Resettlement Programme, Peter Sutherland, who told the UK Parliament’s Lords EU home affairs sub-committee in June 2012 that the EU should “do its best to undermine” the “homogeneity” of its member states.
U.S. President Donald Trump, joined by his senior advisor and son-in-law Jared Kushner (R), speaks by phone with the Saudi Arabia’s King Salman in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, U.S. January 29, 2017. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
The refugee crisis was rigged from start to finish by these covert players who have abused our values of generosity and tolerance to virtually destroy us while enriching themselves, along with an enormous spiders’ web of contractors and sub-contractors worldwide including even ISIS, who’ve turned to people smuggling since being pushed out of the oil-producing areas of Syria and Iraq.
So why is people trafficking so lucrative? Who pays for it all? Why, we do!
For instance, the US Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Migration and Refugee Services, which is the largest refugee resettlement programme in America, made $85 million dollars in 2014, and $82 million of that was from US tax payers.
In the UK, local councils are granted generous allowances to bring in and resettle refugees. Of course, we never see the result of such largesse on our council tax bills – if anything, “having to look after the refugees” is usually used as an excuse to put up our rates. That’s probably because the councils pass much of the allowance on to contractors and sub-contractors, to get the refugees housed. It’s a nice little earner! Del Boy would have loved it.
Apart from all the other problems that Middle Eastern refugees bring in, like tubercolosis – the rates for which are rising again in Britain and America, after we’d managed to stamp it out – and a propensity for crime, it’s also not the most cost effective resettlement solution, and that’s putting it mildly.
Research has shown that looking after the refugees in their home countries would mean we could help 12 more people for every one we can help by bringing them to the West. Added to which, the migrants then have the added advantage of being on their own land and with their own people, so that they can more easily keep their own customs and not be offended by ours.
So Trump is going to save the Western world and he will no doubt do it under time and under budget – whether certain people like it or not.
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