President Trump pulls out of REFUGEE TALKS
When it comes to refugees, President Trump just took a staunch stance.
And his position represents another departure from the failed policies of Barack Obama, as well as almost every other world leader.
According to Foreign Policy,
President Donald Trump has decided to boycott a global conference on migration scheduled to begin Monday in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, sending a blunt signal that the United States is no longer interested in forging a concerted response to the world’s burgeoning migration crises.take our poll - story continues below
Trump made the decision on Friday — a day dominated by Senate negotiations on a landmark tax bill — and just days before the Mexican government is scheduled Monday to host a three-day meeting to take stock of negotiations on a pact to ensure a more humane approach to the more than 60 million people who have been forcibly displaced as a result of conflict, poverty or climate change. On Saturday, the U.S. mission to the United Nations informed Secretary General Antonio Guterres that it was “ending its participation in the Global Compact on Migration.”
The U.S. president’s decision to pull out of the negotiations highlighted the enduring influence of Stephen Miller, the 32-year-old senior White House policy advisor who has championed the Trump administration’s effort to sharply restrict immigration to the United States. In recent weeks, Miller led efforts to pull out of the migration talks.
Leftist judges thwarted the president’s effort to stop terrorists from entering the country, at least temporarily. However, as Leftist will soon learn, President Trump may lose a battle, but he will win the war.
The article continues,
The administration’s top national security advisers met early last week to determine whether the United States would participate in the talks.
White House chief of staff John Kelly, who previously led the Department of Homeland Security’s crackdown on illegal immigrants, and Attorney General Jeff Sessions strongly backed a pullout, according to diplomatic sources familiar with the deliberations. The State Department initially opposed the withdrawal, but its policy planning chief, Brian Hook, who represented Secretary of State Rex Tillerson at the principals’ meeting, reversed course and recommended ditching the negotiations.
The meeting ended in deadlock, with Nikki Haley, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, expressing the lone dissent. Haley had argued that the United States would have a better shot at influencing the outcome of the negotiations if it participated in the process.
She was ultimately overruled by the president, according to diplomatic sources.
The spread of Islam is in direct relation to these refugee policies. So why would any country allow this continues to baffle most intelligent people.
The president recently tweeted videos of Muslims around the world wreaking havoc on the societies that provided sanctuary. Here’s what TBS documented on attacks in America just after the Pulse Nightclub attack:
Barack Obama has singlehandedly caused an increase in terrorist deaths in America. His refugee policy can only be described as epidemic, particularly when compared to previous presidents. Simply put: Obama is responsible for almost all the killer refugees in America.
According to The Daily Mail,
A total of 62 people – overwhelmingly men – have launched attacks or been accused of taking part in the Islamic terror group’s activities in just over a year.
The 62 were responsible for 48 attacks or alleged ISIS-inspired activities – from mass stabbings to attempts to send money and munitions to Syria.
The DailyMail.com analysis of public records shows that six ISIS-inspired attackers have died and 54 have been arrested.
The figures also show that 34 of those ISIS attackers and alleged plotters were either immigrants or the children of immigrants.
They included six people who came to the U.S. as refugees from countries including Palestine and Somalia.
Omar Mateen killed 49 people and wounded scores more in his attack on the Pulse nightclub in Orlando
The number of people taken in as refugees and then accused of turning against the country which gave them sanctuary could be higher, as it was not possible to ascertain exactly how many of the alleged ISIS attackers or plotters entered America.
In total 64 people have been murdered and at least 121 wounded in the U.S. by ISIS-inspired attackers.
They included the 49 dead and 53 wounded of the Orlando nightclub attacks, as well as the 14 killed and 22 hurt by the San Bernardino shooters.
Of course Obama lectured America on tolerance after each attack.
But things are far worse overseas, as we documented.
Check out how refugees in German feel about their new adopted homes.
This type of behavior manifests all over the world. Instead of being grateful for their new homes, these occupiers treat their hosts like slaves.
In another incident in Germany, we wrote this:
But those are the refugees of the past. New and improved refugees now demand food, housing, even government assistance. Believe it or not, refugees now demand better cell phone reception.
Eight men, two from Togo and six from Ghana, started a riot at their new home in Rees-Haldern. The men used iron bars to smash the building into rubble, because they were unhappy with the accommodations. Perhaps next time Germany will put them up at the Waldorf Astoria?
One of their biggest complaints was they couldn’t get good cell phone coverage. Apparently they needed to keep in touch with the boys back home; perhaps make sure the arms shipment arrived?
Then, the men went crazy smashing furniture and breaking walls. At least one police officer was injured, as his foot suffered a complex break. However, the officer isn’t clear exactly how it happened.
Again, Leftists want to set guidelines for the world. And almost every time they do this, America carries the brunt.
Former U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon hosted an international summit on migration and refugees in Sept. 2016 in the hope of establishing a set of guidelines for the international effort. The so-called The New York declaration that came out of that meeting was endorsed by the Obama administration.
The declaration included a set of commitments designed to ensure the protection of migrants’ human rights, enhance international border security cooperation, and dissuade governments from detaining immigrant children. The pact also outlined a blueprint for an international treaty, or compact, that would be concluded by the U.N. General Assembly in late 2018.
Thankfully this globalist view for America ended, when Obama exited stage Left.
As Nikki Haley stated on behalf of the United States, we can go it alone.
The United States “is proud of our immigrant heritage and our long-standing moral leadership in providing support to migrant and refugee populations across the globe,” Haley said in a statement released Saturday night by the U.S. mission to the United Nations.
“But our decisions on immigration policies must always be made by American and Americans alone,” she added. “We will decide how to best control our borders and who will be allowed to enter our country. The global approach in the New York declaration is simply not compatible with U.S. sovereignty.”