As we’ve pointed out before, the road has been paved to bring into cities in the United States hundreds of thousands of Muslims from the Middle East. Within a generation that will multiply exponentially through pro-creation. Commentator and author Leo Hohmann says that this is nothing more than a “huge Trojan horse” we’re allowing into America.
In an exclusive interview on The Conservative Conscience podcast with Daniel Horowitz, the author of Stealth Invasion: Muslim Conquest Through Immigration and Resettlement Jihad said, “No good thing usually happens in secret. Secrecy is the enemy of truth, and this is what we’ve seen in one community after another. People just feel like their community is being changed without them having any say-so in the matter.”
Hohmann pointed out that Muslim refugees are being placed strategically across the country. We even have the lists of cities they are being brought. Hohmann says that local residents are often clueless of the invasion taking place in their own town and by the time they do discover it, it’s too late, as the culture of the town begins to shift around them.
What’s worse is the direct product of the Islamic culture, which we have reported on previously and that is sex slave trafficking, the raping of little boys and little girls and women, theft and murder.
During the interview, Horowitz, who authored Stolen Sovereignty: How to Stop Unelected Judges From Transforming AmericaStolen Sovereignty: How to Stop Unelected Judges From Transforming America, said that more than 100,000 Muslims are brought into the US each year. Among those are Somalis, like the young jihadi who attacked students at Ohio State University recently with a vehicle and knife.
Stopping the immigration of Muslims to the US is difficult once it has begun, something that Donald Trump has promised to do. However, once they are in society, we already know they are not here to assimilate, but to dominate and even see themselves as above the laws of the united States since they are Muslim.
“We’ve been getting 5,000 to 10,000 [Somali refugees] per year since the ’90s,” Horowitz said. “It’s just unbelievable.”
“People can talk all they want about stricter vetting of incoming refugees,” Horowitz continued. “But that misses the point: The problem is the U.S. is importing people with a mentality that’s antithetical to American values and cultivates a climate where people may become radicalized. He said it’s not that the U.S. is letting in known terrorists; it’s that it’s letting in people whose attitudes may lead them to terrorism someday.”
“You listen to President Obama, and he’ll say 99 percent of the world’s Muslims are peaceful, and every time there’s a terrorist attack that’s just the 1 percent I guess,” Hohmann added. “Well, you know, that’s not what you find when you go out and talk to people.”
Hohmann then points out that the issue is not that every single one of them is not committing jihad on Americans, but the real issue is a lack of assimilation.
“Just because they’re not all out committing terrorist attacks doesn’t mean they’re going to buy into our system and assimilate into American culture,” Hohmann said. “And what does that tell you? Over time, the more we bring in, if they’re not assimilating, then we’re creating a huge Trojan horse here in America down the road.”
Horowitz believes the US should be careful in which immigrants it allows into the country.
“Immigration’s an elective policy, and there’s a lot of supply,” he said. “A lot of people want to come here; everyone wants to come here. We should only bring in people who will affirmatively love America, cherish our values.
“Our Founders always referred to this in the context of immigration – you know, with all the hyphenated Americanism nowadays, there’s one hyphenated American they always mentioned, and that’s Republican-Americans. They wanted ‘Republican-Americans,'” he said. “It wasn’t so much even about the welfare … but it was more so that they wanted people to assimilate into our political values.”
Well, of course, but then how do you take in a people who follow the doctrines of their founder Muhammad, who was a terrorist, under that criteria? The simple answer is that you cannot do so without bringing in the snake eggs that doctrine hatches.