Comcast Is Paying Anti-Trump Protesters?

Two Minutes of Hate

Trump’s “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States” implemented a temporary ban on immigration from Iraq, Iran, Syria, Yemen, Sudan, Somalia, and Libya. The text of that executive order is available at: https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2017/01/27/executive-order-protecting-nation-foreign-terrorist-entry-united-states

Based on the level of vitriol in the reaction to that order, people would rather spend hours protesting something they did not spend 30 minutes reading. After all, why take 30 minutes out of your day to determine what to think when the media will do that for you in two minutes?

What is this executive order about, and what are the protests about?

The executive order is not about immigration
Most everybody is from someplace else, therefore there is nothing special about immigration, regardless of how much immigrants are apotheosized. America is not a country of immigrants, we are a country of pioneers. What is important about immigration is how immigrants arrived and what the individual immigrants do with their lives after arriving. Do they open a restaurant or other business, do they provide for their family, do they integrate into the larger community – in essence, do they become proud Americans? Or do they try their hardest to stay “economic migrants” or “hyphenated-Americans”? Or, at worst, do they attempt to convert America into the countries from which they escaped? Becoming American is commendable, and should be supported, but there are no provisions in that executive order excluding immigrants who merely wish to stand on our soil.

It is the right of every sovereign nation to determine who can and who cannot legally enter within its borders. Of the 196 countries on this planet, only seven were excluded by this executive order. So, the order isn’t about immigration. Nor is it an absolute ban on immigration from those seven countries, since there are exceptions made for people from those seven countries “traveling on diplomatic visas, North Atlantic Treaty Organization visas, C-2 visas for travel to the United Nations, and G-1, G-2, G-3, and G-4 visas” as well as explicit provisions for case-by-case review.

Lest we forget, Trump’s wife is herself an immigrant.

It is not about Islam
The order not only bans Muslims from the seven countries covered by the order, it bans all people, with the exceptions listed above. In fact, two of the families stranded at Philadelphia International Airport were Christian families fleeing from Syria – and they were not returned to Syria.

None of the five countries with the largest Muslim populations are on the list. The words “Muslim” or “Islam” appear nowhere in the EO. The references to Islam are indirect, like this paragraph from section 1 of the EO:

“In order to protect Americans, the United States must ensure that those admitted to this country do not bear hostile attitudes toward it and its founding principles. The United States cannot, and should not, admit those who do not support the Constitution, or those who would place violent ideologies over American law. In addition, the United States should not admit those who engage in acts of bigotry or hatred (including “honor” killings, other forms of violence against women, or the persecution of those who practice religions different from their own) or those who would oppress Americans of any race, gender, or sexual orientation.”

There can be no justification for harboring those who enjoy the benefits of living in our republic while trying destroy it, so why not deny entry to those who harbor ill will to our Constitution and our founding principles? We are not obligated to aid and abet our own destruction.

Further, why shouldn’t we keep out anyone who would “oppress Americans of any race, gender, or sexual orientation”? We have fought too long and too hard to win the rights of minorities and women and gays and lesbians in this country, and it makes no sense to reverse those gains.

What else isn’t the executive order about?
It isn’t about racism, since there is no such thing as the “Islamic race” or the “immigrant race”. It isn’t about free speech, either. If you think this is a “free speech” issue, look at what happened yesterday at UC Berkeley, home of the Free Speech Movement. So much for Michelle Obama’s “when they go low, we go high” policy.

What, then, is the executive order about?
The executive order is an attempt to protect America against foreign terrorism. The seven countries are not even specified in the executive order itself, but were identified in the Terrorist Prevention Act of 2015 and its 2016 extension as being current fermenters of terrorists. The order limits entry to people from only those seven countries, requires that the vetting process be improved, requires the completion of a biometric tracking system, and requires public reporting of immigration statistics.

These are the types of actions that should have been taken following the terrorist attacks on 9-11, or at Boston, Ft. Hood, San Bernardino, Orlando, or Mumbai, or multiple places in Pakistan, or Paris (two times), or Berlin, Cologne, or at a whole host of other attack locations.

Finally, what are the protests about?
When Obama banned Cuban immigrants from arriving here, there were no protests. When the Obama administration chose that list of seven countries in 2015 and 2016, where was the outrage? It is easy to say that the root cause of the protests is the election of Trump, or rather, Hillary Clinton’s loss. While this is true in part, it is also about the abrogation of the individual’s responsibility to determine beliefs based on his or her own observations, research, and reasoning. The protesters are being told what to think, rather than figuring it out for themselves. And they see no problem with this.

The protests are nothing but “Two Minutes of Hate.”

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Understand something people, it doesn’t matter what type of “minority” status you have, if you don’t follow the globalist agenda, you are their enemy and are open for any type of action they deem fit.

JCD

American by BIRTH, Infidel by CHOICE

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6 thoughts on “Comcast Is Paying Anti-Trump Protesters?

  1. I certainly hope this young man consults with a good attorney about his options regarding a lawsuit. Perhaps because so many are saying that this is all about Muslims, if he is a Christian, it could be a matter of trying to infringe upon his religious freedom.

  2. That Two Minutes of Hate post was excellent. It was chock full of facts and reason to counter the irrational tirades that are seemingly everywhere in the last month. Thank you for that.

    There were already plenty of reasons to hate Comcast before this. I believe they are right up there with Monsanto on the most despised corporation list. I wouldn’t fight this firing. I’d take it as a blessing in disguise. If I didn’t have strong ties to Philadelphia, I’d take this opportunity to get out of there while the getting was good. My best advice: Move to a free state and start a business. The rest of my advice is the same as always. Buy rice, beans, guns and ammo… and don’t get on the boxcar.

  3. Well,would say you have it dump comcast,just one more of many solid reasons to,me,can’t dump what I don’t have.This country is getting more “interesting” daily,will keep living for today while getting ready for tomorrow.

    On a side note,no matter what your ethnic background all had ancestors that came here from somewhere else,hardly a reason to allow folks who want to come here and harm us,would also say lets get all our troops home and stop giving em excuses for their desire to harm the US,they will still try and harm us is me guess.

    • Exactly. An “excuse” is the shell of a reason without a true “filling”. I guess the muslims invaded all the countries they did between 630AD and 1095AD because of the soldiers from those countries (example Spain, Italy, France) occupying their lands?

  4. Your boy needs to file a wrongful termination suit post-haste. If there’s documents to back his story up then it should be fairly easy. Obviously this is not to be taken in any way as legal counsel of any kind. 😀

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