Immigration

President Trump fights back

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2021-01-17 15:21

... you didn't think he wouldn't, did you?

President Donald Trump inspects the newest section of the U.S.-Mexico border wall, Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2021, in Alamo, Texas.


by Carolyn Yeager

IN THESE FINAL DAYS, the Trump White House has been compiling a list of the president's accomplishments during his 4 year term. I'm really glad they have. It will be handy when responding to those misguided Trump-bashers who love to say, “Trump didn't do anything for white people.”

Trump has accomplished a lot, with no group or class of people left out. That's what a President is supposed to do and must do. Just watch how Joe Biden will leave out benefitting white working people and conservatives in blatant fashion. Then those critics might appreciate Trump as they should. I copied this list from The Gateway Pundit.com and am publishing it here to keep it in one more secure place. But because it's so long, I didn't list all the specifics under every category.

Trump expands immigration ban to include foreign specialized workers

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2020-06-25 17:31

By Carolyn Yeager

THE NEW ORDER EXTENDS the original 60-day pause President Trump signed on April 22, and goes further by pausing new H-1B tech worker visas, H-2B seasonal worker visas, certain J work and education exchange visitor visas and L executive transfer visas. It will be in effect until the end of the year, but will not affect those who already have a visa.

Exemptions from the ban include some health care workers directly related to COVID-19, and agricultual guest-workers under H-2A. Other exemptions include those in the original green card order, including for members of the U.S. military.

Trump to suspend immigration

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2020-04-20 22:39

April 20 (Reuters) - U.S. PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP SAID ON MONDAY he will be signing an executive order to temporarily suspend immigration into the United States.


"In light of the attack from the Invisible Enemy, as well as the need to protect the jobs of our GREAT American Citizens, I will be signing an Executive Order to temporarily suspend immigration into the United States", Trump said in a tweet late on Monday. 

60-day Pause in immigration

Europe suffering from viral pandemic “through no fault of its own?”

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2020-03-30 18:53

The Shen Wu textile factory in Prato, Italy.The historical capital of Italy’s textile business, Prato, near Milan, has attracted the largest concentration of Chinese-run industry in Europe. (Photo: Stefano Rellandini/Reuters)


By Carolyn Yeager

THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS HAS, LIKE EVERY OTHER crisis faced by the European Union, exposed the competitor-conflict-mentality that remains always just below the surface of the proclaimed union of the  New Europe. Europe is made up of Germanic-Scandinavian, Mediterannean and Slavic racial national entities, with long histories of independent cultural development. Their main similarity is that they're all “White Indo-European” origin and share the continent named “Europe."

Is the COVID-19 pandemic racial? Yes, it's racial.

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2020-03-19 19:49

At the opening news conference in the White House Rose Garden, President Trump (far right) appeared with his Covid-19 team, including Dr. Anthony Fauci (far left), Treasury Sec. Mnuchin (behind sign), VP Mike Pence, Dr. Deborah Birx, HHS Sec. Alex Azar.


By Carolyn Yeager

IT'S NOT BEING CALLED THE CHINESE VIRUS FOR NOTHING.

Just this morning, I read on the Deutsche Welle coronavirus update web page -

14:18 Chinese police acted "inappropriately" towards Wuhan doctor Li Wenliang, who raised the alarm on the new outbreak, according to investigators from the central government. Li was reprimanded by the authorities in December for posting information about the epidemic on social media, before the government officially acknowledged the issue. The 34-year-old doctor was made to sign a pledge not to commit any more "law-breaking actions."

Li died of the new coronavirus in February, with his death prompting anti-government outrage on social media.

Latest immigration news from the AfD in Germany

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2020-03-06 21:16

This current poster reads "We warned about this: Refugee Crisis 2.0!  EU and Merkel must act immediately!  Support the Greeks!  Consequences for Turkey!"


FROM THE ALTERNATIVE FÜR DEUTSCHLAND WEBPAGE, where public statements by party leaders are regularly presented because the established media in Germany ignores the AfD politicians unless they can be characterized in an anti-democratic fashion. The same situation that sends Donald Trump to Twitter! So I thought I'd bring these few to you that I found on their site today. -Carolyn

On March 5th, Federal Board Member Beatrix von Storch said: "Merkel's refugee deal with the Bosporus blackmailer has failed."
She says Erdogan understands only a politics of strength.

Germany using increasingly repressive measures against political opposition

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2019-07-12 15:53

Germany's Identitarian movement members are young and clean-cut, but the domestic intelligence agency has placed them under increased surveillance as a "verified extreme right movement."


By Carolyn Yeager

IN THE WAKE OF THE GROWING SUCCESS of anti-migration parties and their demand for protection of the national populations in Europe, the establishmentarians that remain in power are cracking down harshly and ramping up their anti-right rhetoric against any and all they see as threats to their control. In Germany we've seen the treatment of Pegida (Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the West – founded in 2014), hit with bad press, frivolous lawsuits and intrusive investigation by domestic intelligence agencies. The founder of Pegida has been sidelined by Facebook in ways that make it difficult to find and read his content.

Erica Steinbach questions quality of free speech in Germany

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2019-05-31 14:09

Erika Steinbach on the 70th birthday of the Basic Law

"Birthday child in emergency" - Remarks to the seventieth birthday of the Basic Law

By Erika Steinbach | Chairwoman of the Desiderius Erasmus Foundation e.V.  /Translated via automatic translators by Carolyn Yeager

THE LEGAL FOUNDATION OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY,  our Basic Law, has its seventieth birthday.

It is a birthday for a birthday girl for whom it was actually only supposed to have been a temporary solution. The constitutional fathers and mothers initially only wanted to create a temporary legal basis, a legal framework for the reconstruction of a badly shaken German society after a terrible dictatorship and a devastating war with all its upheavals. And not only a legal basis, but also a moral guideline.

Growing German animosity toward asylum-seekers is upsetting establishment

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2019-04-25 14:48

Germany's beautiful and iconic Brandenburg Gate plaza, near to the Reichstag, filled with asylum-seekers last year.


By Carolyn Yeager

A SURVEY CONDUCTED ACROSS GERMANY from Sept. 2018 to Feb. 2019 of 1,890 participants by the left-wing Friedrich-Ebert Foundation in Berlin surprisingly revealed what is being referred to as an  “illiberal attitude” toward asylum-seekers.

A study based on the survey by researchers from Bielefeld University reveals that over half of Germans (54.1%) now hold a negative view of asylum-seekers. We may think it should be higher than that, but it's high enough to shock the authorities. The figure was 44% in 2014 before the refugee crisis began.

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Germany, Immigration, Race

President Trump led in rejecting UN Global Migration Pact—Hungary and now Austria follow

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2018-11-01 00:55

Austrian chancellor Sebastian Kurz (left) and vice-chancellor HC Strache announce they are following in the footsteps of leaders from the United States and Hungary by a decision not to sign the UN Migration Compact in December.


By Carolyn Yeager

THE UN MIGRATION COMPACT FOR SAFE, ORDERLY AND REGULAR MIGRATION was approved in July by all 193 UN members except the United States. Later Victor Orban of Hungary said he would not sign the final document, which signing ceremony is to take place in Marrakesh, Morocco in December. Now Sebastian Kurz, chancellor of Austria, has announced that his country has decided not to sign it and will not send a representative to Morocco for the event. Poland is also indicating that it will probably decide the same. [Update: https://www.dw.com/en/merkel-meets-polish-pm-as-he-threatens-withdrawal-from-un-migration-pact/a-46135819]

The compact, which calls mass migration “inevitable, necessary, and desirable,” is made up of 23 goals, some of which definitely infringe upon the sovereignty of first world nations. Austria, in making its Oct. 31 announcement said that 17 of those goals are unacceptable to its government, led by Kurz's conservative Peoples Party in coalition with vice-chancellor Hans-Christian Strache's populist Freedom Party.

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