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    Mar 23, 2016
    By John Gibson

    What is Belgium? It’s a country which has lost control of Muslim communities within, a place where Muslim terrorists can operate freely without concern they will be turned over to authorities by their neighbors.

    The last few days have proved that: the Paris attack planner had been living in the Muslim ghetto of Brussels without much concern he’d be turned in. After he was captured last Friday, the authorities were racing to find the bombers who struck yesterday, and yet the bombers were hidden by the Muslim community.

    How do we avoid that kind of out of control situation in the United States?

    Let’s talk Muslim immigration to the U.S.

    Under President Obama over the last five years Muslim immigration to this country has totaled 680,000.

    These are people who have been given green cards and full federal and local benefits.

    Is that as big a number as it seems?

    Over the same period total legal immigration–what the Department of Homeland Security calls Legal Permanent Residents, or LPR’s–amounted to 5,250,000.

    So the share of Muslim immigration is thirteen percent.

    Is that too much? Probably not as a percentage.

    But the total number seems like a lot: 680,000. That’s 136,000 per year. Over 10,000 per month. Five hundred every working day.

    Do we really have the ability to check out ten thousand people a month, five hundred each working day–in addition to the other eighty thousand a month admitted from non-Muslim countries??

    We can’t run the VA, or Obamacare, or any number of other barely functional federal agencies, but I’m supposed to believe this government has been able to vet almost 90,000 people a month for the last five years, including 10,000 per month from Muslim countries?

    Sorry. Prove it. But until you do, I’m not buying it.

    We’re talking about 680,000 individuals (who can later petition to be joined by family members) from the following countries: Pakistan (83K), Iraq (83K), Bangladesh (75K), Iran (73K), Egypt (45K), Somalia (31K), Uzbekistan (24K), Turkey (22K), Morocco (22K), Jordan (20K), Albania (20K), Lebanon (16K), Yemen (16K), Indonesia (15K), Syria (14K), Sudan (13K), Afghanistan (11K), Sierra Leone (10K), Guinea (8K), Senegal (7K), Saudi Arabia (7K), Algeria (7K), Kazakhstan (7K), Kuwait (5K), Gambia (5K), United Arab Emirates (4K), Azerbaijan (4K), Mali (3K), Burkina Faso (3K), Kyrgyzstan (3K), Kosovo (3K), Mauritania (2K), Tunisia (2K), Tajikistan (2K), Libya (2K), Turkmenistan (1K), Qatar (1K), Chad (1K).

    Just glancing over the list, I think a reasonable person might say there are grounds for suspicion of those numbers from Pakistan, from Iraq, from Egypt, from Somalia, from Morocco, Syria, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, and who knows? Maybe Burkina Faso too.

    The point is that these are new arrivals from countries which are either hot beds of radical activity or were actually the source of people who carried out attacks against us (hello, Saudi Arabia?).

    The problem is not so much that we have radicalized Muslims in the United States now. Evidently we don’t (unless you count the Somalis in the Minneapolis area who regularly run off to the ISIS fighting). The issue here is why would we chance adding people to those communities whose allegiance is questionable, and who might demand and enforce a code of silence in the communities they have entered. This is exactly the situation the Belgians have found themselves facing: radicalized Muslims living in communities unwilling or afraid to finger them to authorities.

    The overall point here should be obvious: don’t be Belgium.
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    Yes, Trump is right about stopping Muslim immigration.

    And I'm right about stopping all immigration.

    We need a 10 to 20 year Moratorium on All Immigration. We have more people than we can sustain already. We do not need any more people of any religion from any country.

    Problem Solved.
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    Thank You, Jean and Judy, you are, in today's world, the very rare voices of reason and patriotism. John K
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