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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Feb 6, 2017 at 17:12

Why, indeed, are their limitations to investigating potential 'visitors' to America, since it is now well established that hatred of America knows no national/international limits. But let's ask a deeper question, what is there to be done concerning those who have already made it here with aspirations of following up the threats and actions of the former Chief Executive, who has made no bones about continuing his ravages against the country he learned to hate from the dreams of his father.

But there is intelligence that is not so hidden, that the reason we need to be suspicious of the countries from which the refugee streams hail is that those are the same countries that the former Chief Executive stirred up further hatred and they are looking for payback; by hiding in the refugee stream. It is not so much that the larger masses seeking assistance in fleeing to here are Muslim; it is that the enemies of peace are hiding their intentions behind good graces of others in order to wreak revenge motives by hiding their hatred inspired form of religion.

Not all who practice their religion want to do so in peace. Islamists have made that pungently clear. So have those who support terroristic intentions under the color of Islam sublimely by playing the compassion card with evil intentions. The enemy does not care who gets hurt: but the hostility held against innocents makes terrorism all that more tragically effective in the evil they purvey.

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