The elitists are hysterical over Trump's temporary immigration ban on a few Muslim countries
Anger and dismay, along with congratulations from Europe’s far-right, rippled across the world Sunday as politicians, community leaders and even a sports star reacted to the entry ban U.S. President Donald Trump imposed on refugees and citizens of seven Muslim-majority nations.So what's their personality like, ditto their religion? They have to recognize that if so many follow through on the jihad theme in the Koran, it should be no surprise that somebody feels the need to take defensive steps. As for "home", of course they'd consider it that, at everyone else's expense.
As the realization sank in that people with dual-citizenship who live outside the targeted Mideast and African countries would be affected, condemnation mixed with concern about families with traveling members who could be prevented from returning to the United States they call home.
Leaders of Britain and Germany joined other American allies in criticizing Trump’s entry ban, even as some far-right politicians expressed hope the move would inspire similar measures in Europe.No regrets from Merkel for all the trouble her policies led to, including the mass rapes at a train station? Clearly not. And May's not being much help either if she doesn't distinguish between good and bad "nationals".
British Prime Minister Theresa May does “not agree” with Trump’s order and will challenge the U.S. government if it has an adverse effect on British nationals, a spokesman said. The official comment came after May said during a meeting Saturday with Turkish leaders the decision was a matter solely for the U.S.
Her main political rival, Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, called for Trump to be banned from visiting Britain until the temporary travel restrictions are rescinded.
A petition on the British Parliament’s website attracted hundreds of thousands of signatures backing its call for Trump, who has been invited to meet Queen Elizabeth II, to be barred on the basis of misogyny and vulgarity.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who has drawn fire for her government’s welcoming refugee policies, also regretted the ban.
And no doubt none of the MPs in Britain calling for Trump's banishment want the same done with Bill Clinton for his own horrific actions of the past. What a pure disgrace they have going on there in the House of Commons.
Trump's doing the right thing to put restrictions on entry of potentially dangerous passengers from Muslim countries. And Europe would do well to do the same, and the politicians know they'll have to as soon as possible.