To start off, I disagree with Donald Trump’s statements about a universal ban on Muslims immigrating to the United States. Having said that, Republicans and Democrats have only created policies that have enabled Muslims to get special treatment in places where they are the religious minority. Almost every day we hear Muslims taking somebody to court because they are offended by Christian prayers, public displays of Christmas trees, Nativity scenes, or crucifixes in Catholic schools, or jihad terror attacks and plots, or churches being turned into mosques once in a while .
What I am saying is the Republicans and Democrats have only themselves to blame for Trump’s rise in popularity in spite of his controversial remarks. I myself find Trump to me more realistic about the threat of Islamization than the others who have yet to admit there’s a slow attempt to Islamicize the West.
If I were running against Trump, or anybody else for that matter, I would make a policy that strictly limits the number of Muslims migrating to the United States annually, disperse them throughout various cities — without separating families — to further prevent the creation of sleeper cells and no-go zones and so as to promote assimilation, stop courts from censuring Christians for offending Muslims by their mere faith, stop the future construction of mosques at least until all Islamic nations — especially Saudi Arabia — build churches, and request that all imams submit all their sermons so as to know which ones are preaching jihad. Then I would promise to ban groups like CAIR and ISNA which are known to be lobby groups that sue for the smallest things and have been caught red-handed donating to terrorist groups like Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood. I would also say only those who can respect our cultural and religious heritage can stay and if they can’t at least put up with that, then they should be deported.
Besides, who says we can’t be charitable from a distance? We can help them resettle in Islamic countries where they’d fit right in much better. Ironically these Islamic countries, even relatively secularist Turkey, are not taking them in… at least not in the numbers that Western Europe is . To be frank it’s not charitable to accept so many people in that it creates a burden on those already living in that country and/or you don’t know what to do with the refugees. For example, in Germany several people have lost their homes, jobs and/or businesses to make room for refugees. Then there’s the issue of refugees, the real ones, living in tents and being exposed to the elements, and/or being attacked by other refugees . Then some trains have been so stocked up that you have legs and arms sticking out of windows and children are being put into trains through windows; this is a lot like the slave trade only worse since there’s less space for these refugees .
Then there’s the issue of jihad. Among the refugees, at least 2% are Islamic State fighters  and at least 13% sympathize with the Islamic State and its agenda . But which ones exactly are jihadis and jihad sympathizers? That’s another problem when you open your borders to let just anybody come into a country as what many Western European countries have done. Germany has admitted they’ve lost count of exactly how many refugees are in Germany and they don’t know where they all are. Some of them have fake passports to top it off. Many conservatives, liberals and libertarians are now playing the 1st Amendment card saying that Trump’s policy goes against the Constitution and that you can’t do that even in cases of emergency. Whether it does violate the Constitution or not I will not get into that. However, they’re defending the religious freedom a religious group that consists significantly of people who pose a threat to our own religious freedom and whose core texts and theology call for the suppression of our religious freedom. It’s not just the terrorism; that’s only a small part; it’s also the lobby groups and their non-Muslim adherents.
So, then the left — surprise, surprise — fabricates propaganda establishing the myth that the “Syrian” refugees are mostly families. The United Nations itself records that 72% of the refugees are men while only 13% are women and 15% are children . This means only a small minority of the refugees are families. Oh, and the reason I quote “Syrian” in quotation marks is because most of the refugees are not from Syria.
I disagree with Trump’s policy because it does not give Christians a safe place to evangelize Muslims and because it gives refugees another place to go to besides Europe, that way not too many are going to and it levels it out more. In addition I do believe we should be charitable while remaining precautious about what could happen in the future. We should be careful not to be like Indonesia, a former Hindu nation, whose king in the Middle Ages allowed so many Muslims to migrate to Indonesia that soon later they violently took over the archipelago and established an Islamic state, thus implementing Sharia law as the law of the land.
Western Christians need to heed the warning from the archbishop of Mosul .
“Our sufferings today are the prelude of those you, Europeans and Western Christians, will also suffer in the near future. I lost my diocese. The physical setting of my apostolate has been occupied by Islamic radicals who want us converted or dead. But my community is still alive…
“Your liberal and democratic principles are worth nothing here. You must consider again our reality in the Middle East, because you are welcoming in your countries an ever growing number of Muslims… If you do not understand this soon enough, you will become the victims of the enemy you have welcomed in your home.”