Wednesday, December 9, 2015

No not religion ,it is Islamophobia and Trump makes it an ATM!As it is an overflowing ATM in India! Thus,Trump calls for 'shutdown' of Muslims entering US! Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump played a trump card to upset the Democratic Apple Cart but democrats would not let to happen this so easily!

No not religion ,it is Islamophobia and Trump makes it an ATM!As it is an overflowing ATM in India!


Thus,Trump calls for 'shutdown' of Muslims entering US!


Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump played a trump card to upset the Democratic Apple Cart but democrats would not let to happen this so easily!

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Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump called Monday for barring all Muslims from entering the United States!The US presidential frontrunner sparked furious outrage after he said Barack Obama should stop allMuslims travelling in and out of the country until they can "figure out what is going on" with regards to Islamic State (ISIS) inspired terror attacks !


Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski told CNN on Monday that the ban would apply not just to Muslim foreigners looking to immigrate to the US, but also to Muslims looking to visit the US as tourists!


Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump has provoked condemnation from across the political spectrum, by saying Muslims should be banned from entering the US. Republicans, Democrats,Muslim leaders, the UN and foreign leaders criticised the call! A day after Donald J. Trump called for a ban on the entry of Muslims into the United States, much of the rest of the world on Tuesday looked at the American presidential election with a mix of befuddlement and despair.


Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump played a trump card to upset the Democratic Apple Cart but democrats would not let to happen this so easily.Creating Islamophobia in America reminds us the Hindutva agenda to make India Muslim Free and we describe it Intolerance which kills tolerance and pluralism inherent in India!Another Trump staffer confirmed that the ban would also apply to American Muslims who were currently overseas – presumably including members of the military and diplomatic service.Like India,America has an agenda to be free of Islam,then?


The billionaire frontrunner's plan tipped the Republican presidential race into chaos, with party leaders from the chairman of the Republican National Committee to former US vice-president Dick Cheney condemning the idea as "un-American"!However,in ABC News' exclusive one-on-one interview with Donald Trump, the presidential candidate shrugged off widespread criticism of his plan to ban Muslims in America. The world has taken notice and the backlash is fierce, but Trump is not backing down.


The White House on Tuesday urged Republicans to denounce GOP presidential candidate front-runner Donald Trump following his call for Muslims to be banned from entering the United States, adding that the inflammatory remark "disqualifies" him!


It is claimed that Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump cited a misleading poll from Washington Times columnist Frank Gaffney's Center for Security Policy to justify a call he issued "for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States ...It is not the story,I am afraid!


Trump is addressing the most powerful audience in America and out of America,it should be understood!Because,Donald Trump — who has spent his months atop the Republican polls slowly replacing the anti-immigrant rhetoric in his campaign with anti-Muslim rhetoric — is now officially calling to ban allMuslims from entering the United States.Why?


Repudiated across much of the political spectrum but defended on conservative talk radio, Donald J. Trump on Tuesday stood by his call to block all Muslims from entering the United States.Why?


And many in US and Europe would say,"Trump, by alienating the Muslim world with his call for a ban on Muslims entering America, is acting as the Islamic State's secret agent!Media are calling out Donald Trump's proposal to ban Muslims from entering the United States for marginalizing Muslims and helping ISIS recruitment tactics.


It would rather enhance his chances to become the next President,if believed at all by those who run the US Politics as well as economics as they have more loyal and more powerful agents in Democratic Party!


However,the American wisdom cries-In an atmosphere of rising Islamophobia in the US that is arguably worse than the aftermath of 9/11 in 2001!as we cry aginst this intolerance tsunami in India!


Donald Trump calls for a complete ban on Muslims entering the US!His logic is the same,the demography equations as By 2050, their numbers will grow -- to 2.1%. Of all the Muslims in America, 63% are exactly the kind Trump wants banned -- immigrants.


Religious nationalism never had been the theme song in America in Presidential election.It is a dfferent ball play to win the stronger Zionist Lobby which is the heart and mind of the war against terror and Trump tries to prove that he would protect Untied States of America!As Hindutva is remains in danger in India to provoke Hindutva tsunami,it is never the same case.Trump is not invoking Christianity and Muslims happen to be micro minority in America as Brahmins are micro minority in India and identity politics gets the ground zero to launch caste war!


It is Islamophobia for which America created Taliban,Al Queda and ISIS.Israel joined ISIS, it is no more any secret and the illegal oil flow from Syria and Middle east enrich,enhance the economics of Israel which roots in America at the cost of life and saftey of US citizens and taxpayers!

Republican presidential front-­runner Donald Trump called Monday for a blanket ban on all Muslims entering the United States, further stoking an incendiary debate spurred by recent mass shootings carried out by terrorists in Paris and Southern California.


Trump, in a formal statement from his campaign, urged a "total and complete shutdown" of all federal processes allowing followers of Islam into the country until elected leaders can "figure out what is going on."

Asked by The Hill whether that would include American Muslims currently abroad, Trump spokeswoman Hope Hicks replied over email: "Mr. Trump says, 'everyone.' "

During a Tuesday morning interview with ABC's "Good Morning America," however, Trump clarified that American Muslims would still be able to travel freely under his plan.

"If a person is a Muslim and goes overseas and come back, they can come back. They are a citizen, that is different," Trump said.

The call, which he made hours after the release of a poll showing Trump being overtaken by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-­Texas) in early-voting Iowa, drew swift and forceful condemnation from the White House and virtually every presidential candidate in both parties.

Describing Trump's proposal as "unhinged," "fascist" and "downright dangerous," Trump's rivals sought to characterize it as further evidence the bombastic real estate mogul is unfit to lead the country.

"Again, this is the kind of thing that people say when they have no experience and don't know what they're talking about," New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) said in an interview. "We do not need to endorse that type of activity, nor should we."

Yet Trump maintains that a significant number of Muslims harbor a "hatred" toward America, citing a poll by the Center for Security Policy, a think-tank that has criticized the role of Muslims in America.

That survey showed that one-quarter of Muslims living in America polled "agreed that violence against Americans here in the United States is justified as part of the global jihad" and that a majority think that Muslims in America should be allowed to answer to Shariah law.

"Without looking at the various polling data, it is obvious to anybody the hatred is beyond comprehension. Where this hatred comes from and why we will have to determine," Trump said.

"Until we are able to determine and understand this problem and the dangerous threat it poses, our country cannot be the victims of horrendous attacks by people that believe only in Jihad, and have no sense of reason or respect for human life."

The remarks are a departure from Trump's previous statements about Muslims.

"I love Muslims. I think they're great people," Trump said during a September campaign stop in Iowa, according to The Huffington Post.

Trump also indicated he would consider having a Muslim in his Cabinet or as his running mate.

"Oh, absolutely," he said. "No problem with that."

An estimated 100,000 Muslims immigrated to the United States in 2012, a 2013 report from the Pew Research Center found.

Trump continues to hold a hold a lead atop the national GOP presidential polls, but might have been bumped by Cruz in Iowa. Monmouth released a poll Monday showing Cruz ahead of Trump by 5 points, though a CNN poll hours later showed Trump ahead of Cruz by 13 points there.

Trump's comments come less than a week after a mass shooting in San Bernardino, Calif., killed 14 people. The alleged shooters were both Muslim, and the federal government is investigating whether the attack was tied to terrorism.

The move also follows an Oval Office address President Obama gave Sunday night appealing for tolerance in light of the California shooting.

"It's our responsibility to reject proposals that Muslim Americans should somehow be treated differently. Because when we travel down that road, we lose. That kind of divisiveness, that betrayal of our values plays into the hands of groups like ISIL," Obama said.

"Muslim Americans are our friends and our neighbors, our co-workers, our sports heroes. And, yes, they are our men and women in uniform who are willing to die in defense of our country. We have to remember that."

On Monday, White House deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes called Trump's comments "totally contrary to our values as Americans," during a  CNN interview, contending the rhetoric plays right into the hands of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria by "sending a message" that America is at war with Islam.

"Embracing that frame … is going to make it very difficult to partner with Muslim communities here in the United States and around the world to prevent the scourge of radicalization," he said.

To be sure, some of Trump's GOP rivals have called to restrict refugees from majority Muslim countries in light of concerns about terror attacks.

Cruz, for instance, proposed a bill to bar refugees from countries with "territory substantially controlled by a foreign terrorist organization" with an exception carved out for those facing genocide. While he doesn't specifically exempt Christian refugees from those countries, he's said repeatedly that Christian refugees don't pose a threat and should be welcomed into America.

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) proposed a similar bill to bar refugees from countries with "significant jihadist movements."

But none has gone so far as to call for an outright ban, and the rest of the field wasted no time in lambasting Trump's plan.

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush called Trump "unhinged" in a tweet, arguing that his " 'policy' proposals are not serious."

Another presidential hopeful, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), tweeted that Trump "has gone from making absurd comments to being downright dangerous with his bombastic rhetoric."

Liberal Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) tweeted, "The U.S. is a strong nation when we stand together. We are weak when we allow racism and xenophobia to divide us."

Hillary Clinton, who leads all polling in the race for the Democratic nomination, also did not mince words in her rebuke of Trump's plan.

"This is reprehensible, prejudiced and divisive," she tweeted. "@RealDonaldTrump, you don't get it. This makes us less safe."




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1 comment:

Mecca Mason said...

I think alot of people are voting for Trump because of the success he already has attained as an entrepreneur. I haven't heard him talk about facts or political views. Mostly trash talking the competition. Hilary better be on her p's and q's or Trump will win. I think that Hilary is the best candidate to compete with Donald Trump. I think this race is based more on popularity and not the facts.
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