Trump’s Jihadist Ban

Air travel IslamoNazi style.

I am old enough to remember when air travel was fun and yes, even glamorous. The seats were comfortable, service was gracious, and the stewardesses (remember that word?) were beautiful young women who never stopped smiling.

This all changed because of the IslmaoNazis of the 1960s who hijacked planes, blew up planes, and slaughtered innocent passengers, all in the name of so-called Palestine.

Since then air travel has become torture.

We innocent passengers endure endless security lines. We suffer indignities large and small on our bodies. I don’t know one person who loves to fly. People might like to travel, to see foreign shores and experience exotic cultures, but flying is, at best, endured.

We have been suffering on airport security lines for so long that we’ve forgotten the genesis of these lines. We’ve forgotten how a small group of fanatic Muslims, financed by the KGB—the people who invented the faux Palestinian people—are the reason air travel has turned into hell.

Now President Trump is attempting to protect the American people from the scourge of radical Islam, from Islamist imperialists who are intent on destroying Western civilization.

It’s too late for Europe, they cannot undo their disastrous open door policies for Muslims. They will either submit to Sharia or take to the streets and forests in protracted guerrilla wars of resistance.

In America, the usual suspects loudly protest. Of course it’s all financed by the Nazi collaborator George Soros. And what a shock, the leftist media are in a self-righteous uproar.

But I can guarantee that most Americans are silently nodding their heads in approval.

A spokesman for Czech President Jiří Ovčáček  tweeted a lucid comment:

”US President Trump protects his country, he’s concerned with the safety of his citizens. Exactly what EU elites do not do.”

Exactly.

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12 Comments

  1. DHH
    Posted February 1, 2017 at 9:21 am | Permalink

    I stopped flying four years ago after a near-miss at 30,000 feet (it didn’t make the news). My family is unhappy with me, but after four years they are resigned and I am serene as I listen to the news.

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  2. Miranda Rose Smith
    Posted January 31, 2017 at 1:23 am | Permalink

    In America, the usual suspects loudly protest. Of course it’s all financed by the Nazi collaborator George Soros. And what a shock, the leftist media are in a self-righteous uproar.

    The Constitution DOES allow Trump to say “We’re going to enforce pre-existing laws, even though they haven’t been enforced for years,” doesn’t it?

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  3. Miranda Rose Smith
    Posted January 31, 2017 at 1:20 am | Permalink

    They will either submit to Sharia or take to the streets and forests in protracted guerrilla wars of resistance.

    Dear Robert: I happen to think the SWEDES will resort to the guerilla war option. However metasexual, liberal, tolerant, not griping about high taxes as long as they can have generous welfare payments the Swedes are, they are the descendants of the Vikings. When enough Swedish women get raped, when enough Swedish homes are taken over by “go ahead, kick me out” squatters, that Viking blood will come out.

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    • pkoning
      Posted January 31, 2017 at 5:42 pm | Permalink

      Maybe. But I wonder. The Swedes sure didn’t do much resisting in WW2. Now if we were talking about Finns (the ones who invented the Molotov cocktail), then I would agree.

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  4. Miranda Rose Smith
    Posted January 31, 2017 at 1:09 am | Permalink

    If I remember correctly, the first airline hijackings were to CUBA. Another thing that helped make air travel torture was the 747. As my mother, may she rest in peace, once said “Compared to the 747 economy class seats…a SARDINE has a 12 room apartment.”

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  5. CJReott
    Posted January 30, 2017 at 4:25 pm | Permalink

    Once again Robert a most prescient blog. My husband and I are flying to Tel Aviv Thursday. We were informed we would be picked up 4-1/2 hours ahead of our flight time. We would travel a lot more if we did not have to go through the TSA screening and the absolutely horrible service. Claudia

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  6. K
    Posted January 30, 2017 at 2:35 pm | Permalink

    It’s not just air travel. My wife and I attempted to go to Downtown Disney in Anaheim over the vacation and I was surprised to learn that you had to empty your pockets and go through metal detectors to get into just the mall, let alone the park. I didn’t know they were doing this so I was forced to walk 1/2 mile back to where our car was parked to leave the two inch pocket knife I always carry or have them confiscate it. I made a non threatening comment that having to be searched to get in should be made known to customers before they get to the mall. My wife tells me that as I left, they were describing me on the radio as “a man in a blue coat”.

    While walking back, I ruminated on the fact that virtually no one in that line was complaining about the lack of privacy or the fact that the reason we have to do this in more and more places is for nothing more than PC sensitivities vis a vis Islamic violence. As I came back from the car to finally gain admittance, the song going through my head was “Brazil”.

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    • Miranda Rose Smith
      Posted January 31, 2017 at 1:14 am | Permalink

      I was forced to walk 1/2 mile back to where our car was parked to leave the two inch pocket knife I always carry or have them confiscate it.

      For years, I haven’t been allowed to take my crochet hooks on a plane. Unless you get close enough to somebody to stick it in his eye or his ear, a CROCHET HOOK poses NO possible threat to anyone, and crocheting is a wonderful way to pass the time on a plane.

      Needlepoint is also a good way to pass the time, and an embroidery needle is BLUNT, but I couldn’t bring one on a plane.

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  7. Larry
    Posted January 30, 2017 at 9:49 am | Permalink

    I’m looking forward to the permanent end of Security Theater — that’s what we have — and hope it comes in the first four years.

    I also expect, and am already seeing the beginning of, the following:

    MAGA MEGA

    Consider that we’re not dealing with probability of guerilla warfare so much as the reality of 4GW.

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    • Larry
      Posted January 30, 2017 at 9:50 am | Permalink

      Hmm. The blog removed my two-way arrow between MAGA and MEGA. Silly blog.

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      • Robert J. Avrech
        Posted January 30, 2017 at 9:59 am | Permalink

        A clarification for my readers:

        Fourth-generation warfare (4GW) is conflict characterized by a blurring of the lines between war and politics, combatants and civilians. The term was first used in 1989 by a team of United States analysts to describe warfare’s return to a decentralized form.

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    • pkoning
      Posted January 30, 2017 at 10:02 am | Permalink

      The end of security theater would be a good thing. Especially if it were combined with the recognition that the Constitution, and in particular the Bill of Rights, applies everywhere — including in air travel.
      http://www.scottbieser.com/sept11.html

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