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Friday, November 18, 2016

Thousands Of Americans Pledge To Side With Muslims On Website Amid Talks Of Registry

Worded another way, thousands of Americans have absolutely no idea what Islam is really all about, are too stupid to breathe without being reminded.
Fucking morons.


On website, thousands of Americans pledge to side with Muslims amid talk of registry


By Sebastien Malo
NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Thousands of Americans have pledged online to stand in solidarity with Muslims in the United States amid suggestions from President-elect Donald Trump's camp that he is mulling a national registry for immigrants from Muslim countries.

On Friday, more than 13,000 people had signed a pledge on website Register US, promising to register as Muslims in the event of a national Muslim database being rolled out, so as "to stand together with Muslims across the country."

The online movement reflects a divided nation in the aftermath of Trump's presidential election win, that followed a campaign marked by hardline rhetoric on immigration.

In a Reuters interview this week, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, who media reports say is a key member of Trump's transition team, said a group advising Trump on immigration could recommend the reinstatement of a national registry of some Muslim immigrants and visitors who enter the United States on visas from countries where extremist organizations are active.

However, Jason Miller, communications director of Trump's transition team, said in an emailed statement to the Thomson Reuters Foundation on Friday that "President-elect Trump has never advocated for any registry or system that tracks individuals based on their religion, and to imply otherwise is completely false."
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Many among those who took the pledge on Register US's website posted on Twitter a message, prepared by the group, detailing their intentions.

"If Trump requires Muslims to register with the government, I pledge to register as Muslim too," the message said.

Twitter user Sam Martin, from Florida, was among thousands who voiced his support for the initiative.

"If anyone'(s) name is entered into a database driven by GOP/Trump bigotry, this is how I say, 'It's wrong to do this!'," he wrote in a comment on Twitter.

Registering Muslims in the United States has been likened to the U.S. government's internment of Japanese-Americans in camps during World War Two - for which an official apology was later issued - and with Nazi Germany's laws that required Jews to register with authorities.

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Register US co-founder, Rebecca Green, who works in brand marketing in New York City, said she was encouraged by the public's response since launching the website with two friends earlier this week.

"We see this effort as a plea to American values to not become the kind of country that keeps lists based on religion," she told the Thomson Reuters Foundation in an email.

"Nothing is more anti-American than a registry based on religion."


2,065 American citizens were unavailable for comment.


12 comments :

  1. "Worded another way, thousands of Americans have absolutely no idea what Islam is really all about, are too stupid to breathe without being reminded.
    Fucking morons."


    You right about that, brother.

    You might say to yourself what the hell can these people be thinking, but then all you have to do is ease on over to one of the Liberal blogs and read what those self-endorsed asshats consider to be the correct way to think. Damn Muzzie lovers, Cop-suckers, bull dyke lesbians and other various and assorted reprobates.

    -Moe

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  2. And if they register and can't prove they are Muslim then they should be deported or arrested for subversion.

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  3. I suppose that if these Muslims resident in the US are uncomfortable with the scrutiny their behavior has brought upon them and don't like it here any more, perhaps they can go back where they came from.

    Any time now.

    Real soon now.

    Right?

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  4. We shouldn't need a registry ICE and the state department should have that already. While tracking Muslim Citizens would be wrong, losing track of immigrants and refugees is inexcusable. We make paroles/sex offenders report but its wrong to make possible terrorist report. WoW.

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  5. at one time Americans welcome and even defended the Nazi party

    so stupidity still passed on in their offspring

    wait till they experience "shari law" and Issi in their neighborhood

    HISTORY repeats itself

    Wildflower

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  6. This gives me hope that perhaps some Americans have learned from our country's past mistakes and will not join the angry mob as our leaders focus citizen's frustraitons against an unpopular minority.

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  7. considering the basic fact one can smuggle in enough personal as refugees to commit havoc later on, it be damn better to account now than later just whom Is peacefull or not!

    or do one waits till the public bodies pile up before doing anything?

    and my fellow muslim vets agree about this!

    no hate involved

    Wildflower

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  8. Convenient.. the 'registry' is nothing but a list of people to be stripped of citizenship for aiding and comforting the enemy then air dropped into the muzzie country of their choice....parachutes optional....THEY supply their own.

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  9. I learned about muslims when I lived in the middle east. This "religion" is a danger to the rest of civilization as it cannot get along with itself much less any other religious group.

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  10. pardon me folks but Muslims have lived and fought in American wars long before 1776 revolution

    no more dangerous than other religions like Christains, Catholics or Jews

    they unfortunately are "the devil of choice" for now

    Wildflower

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  11. Good. Maybe they will kill them first

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  12. Nice. Virtue signaling their willingness to be on a list, that doesn't exist, that they created themselves, just to show how virtuous they are.
    They fail to see that the "Trump machine" doesn't need a list. If you want to deport someone as a matter of policy, then as soon as you find out who they are, you deport them. No list needed.

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