domestic terrorism

This is a Common-Sense Approach to Stoping Islamic Terrorism

The attack in Orlando wasn’t the first, nor will it be the last radical Muslim terrorist attack in the United States.  Some of the radical Muslim offenders have been illegal immigrants such as the a few of the 9/11 attackers, others have been American citizens who have been radicalized, such as the monster who shot up the gay nightclub in Orlando last week.  The ominous black cloud of radical Muslim terrorism is moving across this great country of ours. There are so many precautions our government should be doing instead of arguing about what do call illegal immigrants (I prefer criminally trespassing foreigners), and/or radical Islamist terrorists (undocumented executioners?).

Yes I agree that part of protecting may be a fence to secure the border and to track who comes into and leaves. As previously discussed a fence bill was passed by congress, and a computer program was developed and being tested, however each was put on hold after Barack Obama moved into the White House. But to be truthful while a fence (or wall) and computer system may help a bit, they wont put a huge dent into fighting terrorism, and neither will stopping Muslims from entering the country (or people from terrorist-supporting countries). In my humble opinion  if we execute the three suggestions below the U.S. can go a long way into stopping terrorist attacks on our homeland.

  1. Significantly reduce the total immigration to the U.S.
  2. Law enforcement needs to start  “racial” profiling.
  3. Start monitoring Mosques.

Reducing Immigration:

Per the Center for Immigration Studies the number of total immigrants entering the country is sky-rocketing. New data collected by the Census Bureau shows that 3.1 million new immigrants (legal and illegal) settled in the country in the two-year period of 2014 and 2015, or more than 1.5 million annually…

 

Read the Rest of this “Modest Proposal” at the Lid

Jeff Dunetz

Jeff Dunetz is the publisher of The Lid (Lidblog.com), blogs for MRCTV.org, reports for IranTruth.org, and is a political columnist for The Jewish Star.

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