Culture Wars: Syrian Refugees, Globalist Agenda destroying Germany
1. Schlafly: Rape jihad shows ‘Germany is no longer German’
Globalists who demand that the West accept a wave of Muslim refugees have obliterated the face of Germany and are threatening to do the same to America, warns conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly.
“This massive immigration is simply changing the face of the world. It’s already changed Germany. Germany isn’t German anymore,” Schlafly told WND. “We want America to continue to be American, with our values, our Constitution’s values. The people who want to make us globalists do not have the best interests of our country at heart.”
Schlafly cited recent news of Islamic migrants rape jihad on women in Europe, where government officials are reported collaborating. As WND reported, public outrage is surging over reports of the mass sexual assault of German women in Cologne by Arabs and North Africans during New Year’s celebrations. And reports are coming in of attacks in other German cities, such as Hamburg and Stuttgart.
A leaked police report indicated several suspects in the Cologne sexual assaults claimed to be Syrian refugees. One suspect reportedly told authorities: “I am Syrian. You have to treat me kindly. Mrs. Merkel invited me.”
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has opened the floodgates to migrants with her “open-door” refugee policy, bringing in 1.1 million asylum-seekers in 2015. She plans to bring hundreds of thousands more Muslim migrants into the nation.
German officials have reportedly been told to cover up crimes committed by migrants in order to avoid spreading panic among the population. And no arrests have been made in Cologne. Several German government officials appear anxious to make sure migrants do not receive any of the blame. Facebook, Google and Twitter are working with German authorities to control speech as angry citizens react to the chaos caused by refugees. The deal with social-media giants comes as Germans fume over 100 sexual assaults and robberies perpetrated by migrants last Friday in Cologne.
Merkel gave a speech Dec. 30 warning Germans to shun “those with coldness, or even hate in their hearts, and who claim the right to be called German for themselves alone and seek to marginalize others,” Deutsche Welle reported.
Schlafly told WND, “There are globalists in this world, and they’re not all in the United States. Some of them are in Germany, too. They put achieving globalism above every other value.”
Schlafly cited a book, “Adios America,” in which the conservative author Ann Coulter reveals why immigration is the biggest threat facing the U.S.
“[Coulter] tells how these immigrants come in and then they go after our women,” Schlafly said. “It’s still shocking the way they go after very young women. … These people who are coming in now are going after 10, 11, 12-year-old girls. It’s just so shocking.”
The only way to stop the threat? Schlafly says the U.S. must implement a temporary moratorium on immigration – much like the plan GOP front-runner Donald Trump has advocated.
“We ought to close the border and say we’re going to have a pause in immigration, just like we did during the 1920s,” she said. “We respect our women in America. Other countries don’t. Other countries treat women pretty terribly. I just think we ought to close the border and have a pause, just like Trump believes.”
The conservative firebrand also blasted feminists who remain silent as Muslim refugees sexually assault women.
“They’re not speaking up on behalf of the women who are mistreated,” she said. “It’s very curious. But in any event, it shows that their allegiance is probably more to the Muslims than it is to feminism.”
WND asked Schlafly: Is it too late for Europe to wake up?
“It’s almost too late,” she said. “They get so many of these people who don’t abide by laws – and really don’t even believe in those laws. We want to make sure we don’t let them into this country.”
Schlafly called America “the greatest country in the world” – regardless of what globalists would like its citizens to believe.
“We don’t want to give it up,” she said. “We absolutely do not want to say that we’re just like everybody else. We’re not like everybody else. We’re better than everyone else.”
2. Ted Cruz’s Candid Response When Immigrant Youth Asks If He Would Deport Her
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz did not back down from his stance on immigration Wednesday night, after being confronted by a woman who asked if he would deport her, even though it was her parents who brought her to the United States illegally. During an event in Storm Lake, Iowa, Wednesday night, Ofelia Valdez, 30, told Cruz that although she was brought to the country illegally by her parents as a teen, she was able to retain residency due to President Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or “DREAM act.” While Valdez’ question invoked many emotions, Cruz did not concede that immigrants should be allowed to stay in the U.S. illegally, noting that deportation is a consequence of a “broken immigration system.” “I would note, if you’re a DACA recipient it means that you were brought here illegally, and violating the laws has consequences,” Cruz told the woman. “And one of the problems with our broken immigration system is that it is creating human tragedies and there are human tragedies when people break the law.” The leading Iowa Republican went on to explain to the woman that, if he were to immigrate to a country illegally, he would most likely be deported — so America should be no different.
“If I illegally emigrate to England or Germany or France or China or Mexico, and they catch me, they will deport me,” he said. “That’s what every other country on Earth does, and there’s no reason that America’s laws should have less respect than the laws of every other country on Earth.” “We should welcome people who come following the laws, but there are consequences for breaking the laws, and that is part of what makes America the nation that we are,” the Texas Republican added.