Category Archives: Homeland Security

UPDATES: Simple Guide To Future Trump Cabinet Picks. Very Simple.

Donald Trump, Family, Government, Homeland Security, Left-Liberalism

I liked the ice princess, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, whom Trump is about to remove, or so the rumor goes.

Nielsen talked tough (very tough) and smart, and has a cool temperament and looks to match. In her favor, too: Nielsen had been brought into the Trump Administration by a fine man, retired United States Marine Corps Gen. John Kelly, now White House Chief of Staff.

Here goes: If the liberal, First-Couple-in-waiting, Ivanka and Jared Kushner, are behind or favor a future appointment, it’s bad. The two certainly have been gunning for White House Chief of Staff Kelly for a long time, as I warned on February 15, 2018.

UPDATES:

“Sessions was the most important member of Trump’s cabinet.”

“Heather Mac Donald said she has ‘no confidence’ that the president will stop being advised by his daughter, Ivanka Trump, on the issue of immigration.” Been saying it all along. Ivanka is poison.

“Sessions was the only member of the Trump administration that was ‘absolutely staunch in speaking up for the right of Americans to determine what the character of their country should be.’”

“There’s no one left with any understanding ‘how mass, unchecked, illegal immigration is hurting the working class of this country and transforming our culture possibly beyond recall.’ Heather Mac Donald.”

UPDATE II (10/30): The Caravans Cometh, Making America Great No More

Crime, Culture, Donald Trump, Homeland Security, IMMIGRATION, South-Africa

NEW COLUMN is “The Caravans Cometh, Making America Great No More.” It’s currently on Townhall.com, WND.com, the Unz Review, and American Greatness

An excerpt:

The latest “caravan” community planning to crash borderless America is not part of Latin America’s problems; it’s escaping them. So say America’s low-IQ media.

And Latin America’s problems are legion.

The region, “which boasts just eight percent of the world’s population, accounts for 38 percent of its criminal killing.” Last year, the “butcher’s bill … came to around 140,000 people … more than have been lost in wars around the world in almost all of the years this century. And the crime is becoming ever more common.”

So writes the Economist earlier this year, in an exposé aimed at “shining light on Latin America’s homicide epidemic.”

As is generally the case with this august magazine, the shoe-leather journalism is high-IQ, but the deductions drawn therefrom positively retarded.

Tucked into these frightening facts about a killer culture is a timid admission: The Problem—Latin America’s murder trends—could be exported to the neighbors.

How? Do tell. By osmosis? Perhaps by “caravan”? Liberal louts never say.

By the by—and just so you know—Latin America’s crisis of crime “has been mounting.” El Salvador, for instance, had the highest murder rate in the world: 81 to 100,000. By the early 2010s, “the bloodshed in some cities had reached a pitch.”

Referred to by demographers also as a “youth bulge,” this “demographic bulge” is the crème de la crème comprising the caravans. Their exodus is from the slum-dog cities of Latin American, where the crime is heavily concentrated, and where “people are crowded into … shantytowns and favelas.

Our young, strong caravanners hail from a culture of “extortion gangs,” “drug-trafficking,” badly trained, “often corrupt” police and prosecutors, marred by general “institutional weaknesses.”

War-like conditions in their countries force “Latin American governments [to] spend an average of five percent of their budgets on internal security—twice as much as developed countries.”

Since I reported on El Salvador’s murder rate … a paragraph or two back, the murder rate in that country has “rocketed to 104 per 100,000 people.”

Such is the power of the war lords there, that stationing “soldiers on the streets” and throwing “thousands of gang members into prison” only served to increase crime.

Only— and only—when government offered bribes to “El Salvador’s three main gangs” did murders halve “almost overnight.” The government gave “imprisoned leaders luxuries like flat-screen televisions and fried chicken if they would tell their subordinates to stop killing each other.”

But then “the gangs began to see violence as a bargaining tool,” and the peace died. …

READ THE RESTNEW COLUMN, “The Caravans Cometh, Making America Great No More,” is on Townhall.com, WND.com and the Unz Review.

UPDATE II (10/30.018):

Writes Steven Green, Townhall.com reader:

I haven’t seen such honesty in one article in a long time. I am also delighted that the author did not take a cheap shot at President Trump simply to claim the non existent high ground of most commentators even some conservative ones. ?

‘We Have A Solemn Obligation To Protect Our Citizens & Their Quality Of Life’: Wow, What Was POTUS Thinking?

Donald Trump, Europe, Foreign Policy, Homeland Security, IMMIGRATION, The West, Trade

The president looked sharp during a presser with Italy’s Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte. Even sharper and better were President Trump’s comments about reclaiming immigration sovereignty. Shut the government down if you don’t win from Congress the ability to control our demographic destiny and reclaim American sovereignty.

Appreciated is the way this president always hearkens back to civilizational issues. Once you lose the West, you’re not getting it back. The tipping point may have been reached.

Here POTUS warmly welcomes Giuseppe Conte:

Conte has taken “a very firm stand” on border matters, for which he is praised. Trump being a MAGA man, brings up trade tariffs.

 

Cooperation on stabilizing Libya is likely code for stopping the influx from North Africa into Italy. 

“Our countries have learned through hard experience that border security is national security.” Terrorism and uncontrolled migration are separated, not conflated.

“The [Italian] Prime Minister and I are united in our conviction that strong nations must have strong borders.” A merit-based immigration system is a must:


Stephen Miller has an uncle:

UPDATED: Humorless CNN Anchor Berates Border Patrol For Joking With Sainted Separated Kids

Crime, Homeland Security, IMMIGRATION, Media

“How can you EVER EVER make light of separating THESE kids from their parents,” admonishes CNN’s Brooke Baldwin.

OMG!

“They are just making light of a bad situation,” lady. Making crying kids laugh: Have you never tried that? WTF is wrong with that, you sanctimonious so-and-so.

Besides, lady, their parents started it. They thrust these kids into the most dangerous, exploitative situations imagined. These are unfit parents. The US Border Patrol is dealing with the fall-out from chaotic people.

“Parents who put kids is such precarious a predicament are unfit. Why, then, are unfit parents fit to become Americans?”

More showy self-righteousness.