It IS Amazing! (what you can do when you are not owned by the Saudis…)

From the uttermost part of the earth have we heard songs, even glory to the righteous. But I said, My leanness, my leanness, woe unto me! the treacherous dealers have dealt treacherously; yea, the treacherous dealers have dealt very treacherously.  Fear, and the pit, and the snare, are upon thee, O inhabitant of the earth.  And it shall come to pass, that he who fleeth from the noise of the fear shall fall into the pit; and he that cometh up out of the midst of the pit shall be taken in the snare: for the windows from on high are open, and the foundations of the earth do shake.  The earth is utterly broken down, the earth is clean dissolved, the earth is moved exceedingly. The earth shall reel to and fro like a drunkard, and shall be removed like a cottage; and the transgression thereof shall be heavy upon it; and it shall fall, and not rise again. And it shall come to pass in that day, that the Lord shall punish the host of the high ones that are on high, and the kings of the earth upon the earth.  And they shall be gathered together, as prisoners are gathered in the pit, and shall be shut up in the prison, and after many days shall they be visited. Then the moon shall be confounded, and the sun ashamed, when the Lord of hosts shall reign in mount Zion, and in Jerusalem, and before his ancients gloriously.(Isaiah 24:16-23)

 

Within one week into his presidency it looks like Donald Trump has brought us to a possibly sane solution, which may be on the way to solve the utterly destructive “Muslim Refugee Crisis”, humanly speaking, of course.

Mind you  this will only work if he can outmaneuver the hysterical estrogen theater put on  by the Left, the Media and by the same traitorous Republicans who necessitated a Trump in the first place, (cough cough,McCain and Lindsey Graham).

All it took was a few phone calls, and a few leveraging points, and also a freedom from any obligations to the most treacherous, retrograde world leaders on the scene today, the Saudis.

Whats the proposed deal?

For the price of settling a thousand disgruntled Muslim refugees in the (despised) West, Trump knows that you could settle 120,000 Muslims in “safe places” in the Middle East, establishing comfortable homes and safe, temporary communities in places much closer and much more agreeable to the refugees, saving the West millions of dollars ,countless rapes and murderers of its own citizenship and the serious destabilization of our once blessed nations.

Wh knew such a solution existed????

(Remember, Trump has actually done something productive and marketed something someone else wants, in other words He is a hated Businessman! Gasp!!!! He might actually even be a capitalist!!!! Don’t tell the snowflakes!)

With a couple of phone calls to the right Sheiks, and the wise use of various ‘leverage points’, ( such as the possibility of the exposure of that hidden 28 page file on Saudi involvement in 9-11, or the continual determination to get America energy independence), Trump got Saudi King Salmon to sign on the idea and to pledge financing to it as well, of setting up Middle Eastern ‘Safe Places’ for the Refugees.

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman, in a telephone call on Sunday with U.S. President Donald Trump, agreed to support safe zones in Syria and Yemen, a White House statement said.

Trump, during his presidential campaign last year, had called for Gulf states to pay for establishing safe zones to protect Syrian refugees.

A statement after the phone call said the two leaders agreed on the importance of strengthening joint efforts to fight the spread of Islamic State militants.

“The president requested, and the King agreed, to support safe zones in Syria and Yemen, as well as supporting other ideas to help the many refugees who are displaced by the ongoing conflicts,” the statement said.

The Saudi Press Agency, in an initial readout of the call, made no specific mention of safe zones, but said the two leaders had affirmed the “depth and durability of the strategic relationship” between the two countries.

The agency later said “the custodian of the Two Holy Mosques had confirmed his support and backing for setting up safe zones in Syria”, but did not mention Yemen, where a Saudi alliance is fighting against the Iran-aligned Houthi group.

A senior Saudi source told Reuters the two leaders spoke for more than an hour by telephone and agreed to step up counter-terrorism and military cooperation and enhance economic cooperation. (Reuters, Saudi king agrees in call with Trump to support Syria, Yemen safe zones: White House)

I don’t know if this is going to happen, but it is amazing that there has been no serious top level discussion of this in all of the Bush/Obama years. Why not? Why wouldn’t there be any attention to such an obvious solution? Instead we import crime waves, lone terror attacks and the complete consumption of every possible public welfare supply, on behalf of people who in many, many cases, hate us to the very core!

The Saudis , for all of this time, have refused, as well as their oil rich cousins, the Emirate states, have refused to allow one refugee into their wn vast countries! Why? They are afraid of terrorists!(Who knows Muslims as well as Muslims). “Let the western Kaffir take them in, we wouldn’t want what is happening in Germany and Sweden to happen here!”

Trump also mentioned the possibility of giving Christians priority in refugee decisions! This is the very opposite of Obama’ policy, he literally vetted Christians out of this country for the most part, but Trump wants to make the Christians a priority!

Who would have thought such a concept? Amazing!

I do not agree with everything this man has said , but I am amazed at the common sense displayed in this little Stefan Molyneaux clip.    Of course He doesn’t take into account the Prophecies which are about to be fulfilled , which will upend literally everything most people expect,  but in these insane days, it is refreshing to hear rationality. Enjoy!

 

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10 Responses to It IS Amazing! (what you can do when you are not owned by the Saudis…)

  1. Jeanne T. says:

    “With a couple of phone calls to the right Sheiks, and the wise use of various ‘leverage points’, ( such as the possibility of the exposure of that hidden 28 page file on Saudi involvement in 9-11, or the continual determination to get America energy independence), Trump got Saudi King Salmon to sign on the idea and to pledge financing to it as well, of setting up Middle Eastern ‘Safe Places’ for the Refugees.

    I hope these points were used as leverage. I’m wondering what else we got out of it.

    “If the war ends, you go back. If there’s a safe place to go, you go back……”

    Who would have thought?!

    Oh yes, and the oil. We don’t need Saudi oil. We have an abundance of our own resources. Saudi oil finances terrorism, and all sorts of Saudi debaucheries. I don’t think there has ever been as corrupt a kingdom as Saudi Arabia, which birthed Islam.

    By the way, I just finished reading Joel Richardson’s latest book, “Mystery Babylon: Unlocking the Bible’s Greatest Prophetic Mystery.” I highly recommend it. Here’s the trailer: http://www.joelstrumpet.com/?p=8569

  2. Marleen says:

    Who would have thought?
    Well, Hillary wanted safe zones.

    … and the oil. We don’t need Saudi oil.

    Do we need Iraqi oil? Which Trump has pined about.
    I would say no, we don’t need either one. Nor war crimes.

    • Jeanne T. says:

      Hillary Clinton isn’t President.

      No, we don’t “need” Iraqi oil, either, whether Trump “pines” about it or not. This isn’t about him, though; we certainly could have made arrangements (a “deal”?) for the Iraqis go give us oil as remuneration for liberating their country, but apparently the last two administrations weren’t that clever.

      Where do you think we should get our resources?

      And as far as the Saudis, I suggest you read Joel Richardson’s latest book on the harlot of Babylon. You might also want to see what he has to say about the Saudis in the videos at his website. The kings and leaders (and “leaders” means more than political leaders) of the earth have become drunk off the harlot. It will be very informative for you.

    • Jeanne T. says:

      “Well, Hillary wanted safe zones.”

      Where?

  3. Marleen says:

    On Hillary, you can read from the beginning of this article. On the general topic, see my quoting.
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/robert-naiman/hillary-syria-fact-check_b_8333396.html
    …… because whoever calls for the U.S. to establish a “safe zone” in Syria — as Hillary did in her previous utterance to which Sanders was responding — is calling for “ground troops.”

    This fact was made clear by a well-publicized exchange in a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on September 16 between Senator John McCain, chair of the committee, and General Lloyd Austin, head of U.S. Central Command [“CENTCOM”], in which McCain pressed General Austin to say that he favored establishing “safe zones” in Syria and General Austin refused to do so, on the grounds that a “safe zone” would require a “ground force.” The video of the exchange is here. The full video of the hearing is here.

    ……

    Whoever calls for the U.S. to establish a “safe zone” in Syria is basically saying, “I agree with John McCain that we should send U.S. ground troops to Syria.” Or else they are saying, “I believe in calling for a policy to be implemented without supporting the means to implement it.” Or else they are saying, “I believe in calling for a policy to be implemented without understanding or caring what means would be necessary to implement it.” Or else they are saying: “I believe that General Austin was lying when he said that ground troops would be necessary to establish a ‘safe zone.’” What are the other possibilities?

    (Have you noticed how Republicans who demand that we “listen to our generals” when they ask for more troops don’t seem to be interested in listening to our generals when they say “that’s not going to work unless we send troops”?)

    The next person you meet on the street could be forgiven for not knowing that “safe zone” = “ground troops.” Not everyone watches Congressional hearings, or follows them in careful media. But anyone who is running to be President of the United States [or anyone slandering people], who is criticizing the Obama Administration for not being “tough” enough in Syria, who claims to have a magic bullet called “safe zone” to make everything wonderful in Syria that the Obama Administration could easily use if only it were not so wimpy, must concede that “safe zone” means “ground troops,” so if they are calling for “safe zones,” they are calling for “ground troops.”

    You can urge Congress to oppose the use of US ground troops in Syria here [from the site].

  4. Marleen says:

    Somehow, the italics turned out wrong on that post. I’ll try again.

  5. Marleen says:

    On Hillary, you can read from the beginning of this article. On the general topic, see my quoting.
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/robert-naiman/hillary-syria-fact-check_b_8333396.html
    …… because whoever calls for the U.S. to establish a “safe zone” in Syria — as Hillary did in her previous utterance to which Sanders was responding — is calling for “ground troops.”

    This fact was made clear by a well-publicized exchange in a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on September 16 between Senator John McCain, chair of the committee, and General Lloyd Austin, head of U.S. Central Command [“CENTCOM”], in which McCain pressed General Austin to say that he favored establishing “safe zones” in Syria and General Austin refused to do so, on the grounds that a “safe zone” would require a “ground force.” The video of the exchange is here. The full video of the hearing is here.

    ……

    Whoever calls for the U.S. to establish a “safe zone” in Syria is basically saying, “I agree with John McCain that we should send U.S. ground troops to Syria.” Or else they are saying, “I believe in calling for a policy to be implemented without supporting the means to implement it.” Or else they are saying, “I believe in calling for a policy to be implemented without understanding or caring what means would be necessary to implement it.” Or else they are saying: “I believe that General Austin was lying when he said that ground troops would be necessary to establish a ‘safe zone.’” What are the other possibilities?

    (Have you noticed how Republicans who demand that we “listen to our generals” when they ask for more troops don’t seem to be interested in listening to our generals when they say “that’s not going to work unless we send troops”?)

    The next person you meet on the street could be forgiven for not knowing that “safe zone” = “ground troops.” Not everyone watches Congressional hearings, or follows them in careful media. But anyone who is running to be President of the United States [or anyone slandering people at any time], who is criticizing the Obama Administration for not being “tough” enough in Syria, who claims to have a magic bullet called “safe zone” to make everything wonderful in Syria that the Obama Administration could easily use if only it were not so wimpy, must concede that “safe zone” means “ground troops,” so if they are calling for “safe zones,” they are calling for “ground troops.”

    You can urge Congress to oppose the use of US ground troops in Syria here
    [from a link connected to that word {here} at the site].

  6. Marleen says:

    http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-saudi-idUSKBN15D14L
    From the article/site referenced in the opening post by billrandles:

    The Saudi Press Agency, in an initial readout of the call, made no specific mention of safe zones, but said the two leaders had affirmed the “depth and durability of the strategic relationship” between the two countries.

    The agency later said “the custodian of the Two Holy Mosques had confirmed his support and backing for setting up safe zones in Syria”, but did not mention Yemen, where a Saudi alliance is fighting against the Iran-aligned Houthi group.

  7. whoseyore says:

    Excellent blog and the videos were ‘spot on’. I had been telling people that the refugees are living on welfare and unable to get jobs because they cannot speak our language. I didn’t think about all of the other things that he brought out in the videos. I can’t that they would prefer to come here where they are so out of place.

  8. Marleen says:

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/robert-naiman/hillary-syria-fact-check_b_8333396.html
    …… because whoever calls for the U.S. to establish a “safe zone” in Syria — as Hillary did in her previous utterance to which Sanders was responding — is calling for “ground troops.”

    ….

    ……

    Whoever calls for the U.S. to establish a “safe zone” in Syria is basically saying, “I agree with John McCain that we should send U.S. ground troops to Syria.” ….

    The next person you meet on the street could be forgiven for not knowing that “safe zone” = “ground troops.” Not everyone watches Congressional hearings, or follows them in careful media. ….

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