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Let’s Do the Maths

Learning Maths
“But most of the Syrian refugees are good people who just want to live in peace,” they say.

Well, sure, they are. Let’s say that 99.99% of the 10,000 Syrian refugees that Obama has pledged to admit are good people and 0.01% are terrorists. That would be one terrorist.

If 99.9% are good people and 0.1% are terrorists, that would be 10 terrorists.

If 99% are good people and 1% are terrorists, that would be 100 terrorists.

But Secretary of State John Kerry said we’d be taking up to 200,000 refugees over the next two years.

So…

99.99% good = 20 not so good

99.9% good = 200 not so good

99% good = 2,000 not so good

So you see that the President and the Secretary of State of the United States are cavalierly talking about allowing God-only-knows-how-many potential terrorists access to your workplace, the next sporting event you attend or your child’s school.

Think about that.

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Do Liberals Not Have Children?

Do they not fear the slave markets for their daughters?

Do they not fear a future where the best that could be expected would be for their daughters to live like this?

sea-of-burka-clad-women

Are their imaginations so slow and their ability to look into the future so limited that they don’t believe this could happen here?

Is their need prove their tolerance so great that they would rush headlong into danger when a moment’s thought could save them?

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Comparing Syrian Refugees to Mary and Joseph is Ludicrous

Yesterday, liberals on social media thought they’d come up with the perfect talking point on the Syrian refugee issue. It was a gift from God. Literally. Straight from the Bible.

It was so perfect that it would shut conservatives (especially those hypocritical Christian conservatives) up for good.  They would bow down and pay homage to their intellectual superiors on the left. Finally.

It started with @owillis.

owillis talking point

This, in many variations, was repeated all day on Twitter.

Now what story could he possible be referencing?  Clearly, the story of Mary and Joseph being turned away at the inn in Bethlehem. It’s seasonal. They were turned away from the inn. Perfect, right?

Not really. It actually breaks down pretty quickly on every level for anyone with even a passing familiarity with the story. Mary and Joseph weren’t “seeking refuge,” just a place to stay for the night. They had traveled to Bethlehem in response to a government edict mandating a census be conducted. They planned to return to their home in Nazareth when the census was completed; hence, they were neither homeless nor refugees. The innkeepers in Bethlehem weren’t heartless; there were simply no rooms available.

You’d think that would be the end of that. You would be wrong.

This morning, I was tweeted by someone claiming that what @owillis was tweeting about was really the flight into Egypt. Yeah, that was it. The flight. Into Egypt.

While this is a more apt comparison it couldn’t possibly be the impetus for the original tweet. The easy refutation is that Mary and Joseph weren’t turned away. They entered Egypt and lived there until Joseph received word in a dream that it was safe to return to Nazareth.

The same guy asked, “Are ya really separating Christ’s birth from his exile in Egypt?”

Why, yes. Yes, I am.

The flight into Egypt isn’t a “seasonal” story if you’re thinking of the Christmas season. The fact is, we don’t know exactly when it took place, but it wasn’t from Bethlehem immediately following Jesus’s birth.

Here’s a quick summary of the events following Jesus birth. You can read it for yourself in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke.

  • Jesus is born in Bethlehem.
  • Sometime after Jesus birth, the Magi arrive in Jerusalem and inquire as to Jesus’s whereabouts. Matthew 2:1-2
  • Jesus is circumcised on the eighth day. Luke 2:21
  • Jesus is presented at the temple in Jerusalem. This was following Mary’s “days of purification,” which would have been several weeks. Luke 1:22
  • Mary, Joseph and Jesus return to Nazareth. Luke 2:39
  • The magi find Jesus at a house, presumably Mary and Joseph’s home in Nazareth. Matthew 2:11
  • Joseph warned in a dream that Herod sought to kill Jesus. Mary, Joseph and Jesus flee to Egypt. Matthew 2:13-14
  • Herod orders that all male children in and around Bethlehem, two years old and under, are to be slain. Matthew 2:16

So you can see from Matthew 2:16 that at the time of the the flight into Egypt, Jesus could have been anywhere from a few months old up to two years old. So, yes, it’s easily separated from the Christmas story.

At any rate, a family of three is a far cry from the many thousands of refugees the Obama administration proposes to accept over the next year, all of whom will arrive with next to nothing and receive benefits courtesy of American taxpayers.

Also noteworthy is that the vast majority of these refugees are single men, not families. Young men. Some might say fighting-age men. And let me point out that the average age of a suicide bomber is early 20s. (Newsweek, Haaretz, Statistics Brain) I think that’s a legitimate cause for concern.

So I’ve covered every point I can think of to refute this ludicrous comparison. Stick a fork in it…it’s done.

 

 

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The War On Women; The Real One

Hello, Radical Feminist. I hear you whining about the Republican War on Women™. You want a war on women? Oh, Honey, let me show you real war on women, and it sure as hell ain’t coming from the GOP.

Just a few cool dudes chatting about sex slaves on Facebook…

Abou Jjihad: “350 dollars for the Yazidi girl in Mosul if you want LOL”
[…]
Abu Selefie: “I heard there were slaves in Raqqa is it true?”
Abde-Rahman: “I saw it was around 180 dollars per slave LOL”
Abou Muhammad: “You have revived a tradition”
Abou Jihad: “Yes I heard brothers say there are some in Raqq
a as well” […] “180 dollars must be [the price] for the ugly ones”
Abde-Rahman: “LOL I am laughing so hard”
Shinobi: “LOL And how much is it in spare parts? Check and see if you can get kidneys or livers there is demand.”

LOL! Nothing’s funnier than talking about harvesting organs from live slaves, amiright?

There’s more…

Dawla: “What are the slaves for? Is it like your wife but without a marriage contract?”
Amine: “If they become Muslim are they freed?”
Abou Jihad: “It’s not really like your wife, they can be used for intercourse [the writer uses a vulgar French expression for sex], you make her work in the house, and you send her to work at your parents’, stuff like that.”
Cara: “If she becomes Muslims it seems to me that you don’t have to free her. It’s obligatory if you have a child with her…”
[…]
Dawla: “You can have children with her?”
Cara: ” Yes but [then] she would then be free.”
[…]
Abou Jihad: “It’s the child that is free, not the woman (if she is not Muslim)”
Mehdi: “Personally does not sound appetizing”
[…]
“I prefer my future wife rather than a dirty slave.”
Dawla:” So you can be intimate with her without a marriage contract? And you can have more than one?”
Abou Jihad: “Yes […] they are idolaters, so it’s normal that they are slaves, in Mosul they are closed in a room and cry, and one of them committed suicide LOL and Yes I have 350 dollars LOL”
[…]
Abou Selma: “And what if the slave refuses the intercourse? And what if your wife refuses to let you have intercourse with the slave?
Mehdi: ” Wow those are good questions…”
Dawla: “Women are so jealous, they will never agree”
[…]
Abou Jihad: ” A woman that stays at your house and that doesn’t want you, after a while she will crack, she will have to have sex with you. And also the slaves are scared of the mujahidin so they feel that they have to LOL”
Abou Selma: “Second question: what if your wife refuses?”
Abou Jihad: “She can’t refuse
[…]
“It’s a tradition”
[…]
Mouhamad: “I have 3500 dollars to spare, I am going to buy 10, who wants one?”

Oh, wait…did I say nothing was funnier than talking about harvesting organs from live slaves? I was wrong! Because suicide, LOL!

Head over to MEMRI for screen caps. Then decide where you want to expend your feminist outrage.

 

H/T to my good friend, Jimmie Bise.

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