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.
Why do the Democrats never do anything to help the American poor, or create policies to support the coloured peoples? Why does the Left always stand in the way of policies that would level the playing field – for instance, the Charter Schools that Donald Trump would like to see more of, which would give far more of the poor – and blacks and Hispanics – a way out of the poverty trap? But no, the Democrats are standing in the way of Charter schools.
It’s the same in the UK. Why do Jeremy Corbyn and Owen Smith want to throw open Britain’s borders, as they both admit that they do, to bring in a huge pool of migrant labour, which will drive down the wages and put even more of the working poor out of the work? David Miliband has just started his political comeback with the message that Britain should take in four times more ‘refugees’ than it currently is.
Why is Obama trying to do the same with the national borders in America, with Hillary promising to follow in his footsteps? Continue reading
It wasn’t until “philanthropist” George Soros came out the other day with his economic plan for resettling the Middle Eastern migrants and refugees in Europe that the other shoe dropped. The other shoe is the one that goes down last in the old one-two tap dance scam – so beloved of shake-down merchants and assorted dissolute dissemblers worldwide. Some call it problem-reaction-solution: you create a problem and then stand back while everyone gets themselves into such an emotional frenzy about it that they are no longer capable of rational thought, and then you calmly come up with your solution – one which just so happens to benefit your bank account. Continue reading
I show in this article how the ‘refugee crisis’ has been rigged, from start to finish, in a kind of multi-pincer movement which is using mass theatre and false social science to create a delusion in the minds of the masses. It’s a complex web that has been weaved; so I’ve broken it down to its simplest components with links for those who want to drill down deeper. Continue reading