Saturday, January 28, 2017


 Trump signs executive order for “extreme vetting” to “keep radical Islamic terrorists out of the USA”
republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes:
It is not yet clear whether the signed text is the same, or how it differs, but a published draft of the executive order “Protecting the Nation from Terrorist Attacks by Foreign Nationals” stated:
In order to protect Americans, we must ensure that those admitted to this country do not bear hostile attitudes toward our country and its founding principles. We cannot, and should not, admit into our country those who do not support the U.S. Constitution, or those who would place violent religious edicts over American law. In addition, the United States should not admit those who engage in acts of bigotry and hatred (including “honor” killings, other forms of violence against women, or the persecution of those who practice other religions) or those who would oppress members of one race, one gender, or sexual orientation.
Will officials try to vet for Sharia supremacism and support for honor killings, dhimmitude, and Sharia oppression of women? It will be interesting to see how that will be done.
“Trump Signs Two Executive Orders; Expands Power of Military, ‘Extreme Vetting,’” by Phil McCausland and Courtney Kube, NBC News, January 27, 2017:
President Donald Trump signed two executive orders on Friday that dramatically expand the nation’s military and so-called “extreme vetting” of visa seekers from terror-plagued countries — moves aimed at strengthening the U.S. response to terrorism both home and abroad.
In signing the order, Trump pledged to “keep radical Islamic terrorists out of the United States of America.”
Extreme vetting is an idea that evolved from Trump’s controversial Muslim ban that he called for in Dec. 2015, which would address the refugees entering the country.
“We’ve taken in tens of thousands of people. We know nothing about them,” Trump said in an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Thursday. “They can say they vet them. They didn’t vet them. They have no papers. How can you vet somebody when you don’t know anything about them and you have no papers?”
Though the United States government already utilizes a thorough nine-step vetting system for refugees, the president’s executive order is said to go further. It is unclear what these steps would mean and if it would target any particular religious group as the president stated on the campaign trail….
 Feds Reinvestigating Syrian Refugees 
Not Thoroughly Vetted
republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes:
Federal agents are re-investigating dozens of Syrian refuges who were admitted into the United States without being thoroughly vetted. Some of these refugees had potentially negative information in their files that was not discovered prior to their admission, two unnamed U.S. law-enforcement officials told the Los Angeles Times.
Immigration authorities are reviewing the cases of some refugees, including one who failed a polygraph test when he applied for employment at an overseas U.S. military installation. Another refugee being re-investigated may have been in communication with an Islamic State (ISIS) leader, according to the officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the matter.
The Times reported that immigration agents have not concluded that any of the refugees being re-investigated should have been rejected for entry, but the flaw in the vetting process — which was discovered in late 2015 and corrected last year — prevented U.S. officials who conducted background checks on the refugees from learning possible “derogatory” information about them.
The officials said that at the very least, the intelligence lapse would have triggered further investigation that might have resulted in some asylum applications being rejected.
A report about this security lapse in American Thinker was critical of how the anonymous agents’ exchange with the Times was phrased. American Thinker’s Ed Straker noted:
Do you appreciate the minimalist way this was written?  There’s nothing to worry about — merely “potentially negative information in their files.” Doesn't sound very serious, does it? The refugees whose cases are under review include one who failed a polygraph test when he applied to work at a U.S. military installation overseas and another who may have been in communication with an Islamic State leader, according to the officials. I would say communicating with an Islamic State leader would be very “potentially negative information” in a refugee's file. Wouldn’t you?
Another report in the Daily Caller noted that former President Obama’s administration repeatedly stressed that the refugee-vetting process was very rigorous. The Caller quoted former White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest’s statement last August asserting that the administration was able to increase the number of Syrian refugees admitted in 2015 “without cutting any corners when it comes to security.” Earnest claimed that “significant screening was put in place to ensure that these individuals don’t pose an undue threat to our national security.”

In contrast, noted the Caller, Donald Trump repeatedly criticized the resettling of Syrian refugees in the United States throughout the 2016 campaign, saying they posed an unnecessary national security risk.
As we reported on January 26, President Trump is expected to sign an executive order soon that will suspend the issuance of visas and other immigration benefits to “nationals of countries of particular concern,” including Syria.
A draft of Trump’s executive order obtained by several news outlets (and posted online by the LexisNexis legal research website) directs the secretary of state to suspend the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program (USRAP) for 120 days and specifies that during that 120-day period, the secretary of state and the secretary of homeland security shall review the USRAP application and adjudication process to determine what additional procedures can be taken to ensure that those approved for refugee admission do not pose a threat to the security and welfare of the United States.
The order will also direct the secretary of homeland security, in consultation with the secretary of state, to submit to the president a list of countries recommended for inclusion on a presidential proclamation that would prohibit the entry of foreign nationals from each country on the list.
The only country that is specifically named in the order is Syria. According to the order,
The Secretaries of State and Homeland Security, as appropriate, shall cease refugee processing of and the admittance of nationals of Syria as refugees until such time as I have determined that sufficient changes have been made to the USRAP to ensure its alignment with the national interest.
The order also provides for “safe zones” in Syria:
Pursuant to the cessation of refugee processing for Syrian nationals, the Secretary of State, in conjunction with the Secretary of Defense, is directed within 90 days of the date of this order to produce a plan to provide safe areas in Syria and in the surrounding region in which Syrian nationals displaced from their homeland can await firm settlement, such as repatriation or potential third-country resettlement.
After the 120-day suspension, the United States will then cap the number of refugees admitted to our country at approximately 50,000. This number would include refugees from around the world, not just Syria or other areas of conflict in the Middle East.

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 Trump says Syrian Christian refugees 
will be given priority
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“Pew Research Center said last October 38,901 Muslim refugees entered the United States in fiscal year 2016 from all countries – almost the same number of Christian refugees, 37,521.”
Reuters is being deliberately misleading. From Syria in 2016, the Obama administration admitted 12,587 refugees: 12,486 Muslims, 68 Christians, and 24 Yazidis. Trump is ending this obvious social engineering and saying that Syrian Christians, who have borne the brunt of persecution from jihad groups there, will be given priority.
This also shows the falsity of establishment propaganda media claims that Trump’s immigration ban would keep out non-Muslim victims of persecution by jihadis.

“Trump says Syrian Christian refugees will be given priority,” Reuters, January 27, 2017:
WASHINGTON, Jan 27 (Reuters) – President Donald Trump said on Friday that Syrian Christians will be given priority when it comes to applying for refugee status in the United States.
“If you were a Muslim you could come in, but if you were a Christian, it was almost impossible and the reason that was so unfair, everybody was persecuted in all fairness, but they were chopping off the heads of everybody but more so the Christians,” Trump said in an excerpt of an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network.
Pew Research Center said last October 38,901 Muslim refugees entered the United States in fiscal year 2016 from all countries – almost the same number of Christian refugees, 37,521….
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