The First and Foremost Detrimental Alien Cries Out in Pain


On Friday Trump ordered a suspension of entry by aliens from certain countries for 90 days, entry by alien “refugees” for 120 days, and entry specifically from Syria indefinitely – proclaiming that such alien entry “would be detrimental to the interests of the United States”.

Even before this executive order was announced jews were screeching that Trump and other kikeservatives had neglected to sufficiently emphasize the jew-first moral of their WWII narrative. The screeching intensified with jews big and small slithering forth to jewsplain how Trump’s order threatened their sensibilities and interests as jews.

Beside the condemnations issued by organized jewry, social media was also full of individual jews directly invoking their muh six million narrative in support of their muh refugees agenda. The general thrust of the argument: It is irrational and immoral for you goyim to defend yourself from detrimental aliens, because that might be bad for the jews.

As one particularly noxious little jew, Lucas Neff, put it: “When you say ONLY Muslim countries, it is the exact same as saying it’s ONLY the Jews. Do you not get it??? Do you honestly not get it??” And: “I keep seeing ppl breathe a sigh of relief and say: “It’s ONLY Muslims countries. Not us.” AS A JEW, AS A HUMAN, I WANT TO SCREAM.” A few days earlier the scream was: “My wife is a permanent resident w a green card. Fuck u for voting 4 him. I do not forgive u. I will never forgive u.”

The jewsmedia social media echo chamber sent six gorillion twits along similar lines. Here’s a sampling.

Julia Ioffe: “I have to say: My family came here as refugees. You’ll never meet prouder Americans, or know how much this breaks my heart.”

David Rothkopf: “My father, his family came here as refugees too. If yours did, say so…let others understand how core that is to our country’s greatness.”

David Rothkopf: “Someone needs to take Trump to the Statue of Liberty and let him read the words at its base. They’re what make America great.”

(In the process of deconstructing America jews like to pretend their toxic tribemate Emma Lazarus was a Founding Father and her bit of doggerel praising “wretched refuse” should be treated like the Zeroth Amendment.)

Sen. Cory Booker: “On Holocaust Remembrance Day: never forget that the U.S. denied Anne Frank & her family entry into America as refugees. #RefugeesWelcome”

David Rothkopf: “Tweet of the day.”

At times there was even some lame pushback from alt-jews.

Seth Barron: “Trump reduced the number of Muslims who can come to the US in the next 90 days from 1.5 to 1.3 billion. #Holocaust #EmmaLazarusWept”

Will Saletan: “So no worries if we were to ban, say, just the Jews from countries that are populated by some violent Jewish extremists, right?”

Steve Sailer: “What hysteria over “Islamophobia” is mostly about is Jewish paranoia over completely hypothetical anti-Semitic persecution.”

Will Saletan: “Yes. So hypothetical.”

Steve Sailer: “Perfect illustration of my point: America can’t have a pro-American immigration policy because Auschwitz.”

In fact the jew agenda to destroy White America was already in motion well before WWII. America can’t have a pro-American immigration policy for the same reason American political discourse consists of so much screeching about “nazis” and “the holocaust”.

Because jews.

12 thoughts on “The First and Foremost Detrimental Alien Cries Out in Pain”

  1. WH: No mention of Jews on Holocaust Remembrance Day because others were killed too:

    Asked about the White House explanation that the President didn’t want to exclude any of the other groups Nazis killed by specifically mentioning Jews, Greenblatt told CNN that the United Nations established International Holocaust Remembrance Day not only because of Holocaust denial but also because so many countries — Iran, Russia, Poland, and Hungary, for example — specifically refuse to acknowledge Hitler’s attempt to exterminate Jews, “opting instead to talk about generic suffering rather than recognizing this catastrophic incident for what is was: the intended genocide of the Jewish people.”

    The jew narrative: weaponized by jews, for use by jews, to benefit jews.

  2. (((Yair Rosenberg))): “Jewish orgs condemning Trump refugee order: American Jewish Committee, ADL, Jewish Center for Public Affairs, Union for Reform Judaism +more”, and: “The Religious Action Center, American Jewish World Service, National Council of Jewish Women, J Street”

  3. Walter Shapiro: “Judge Ann Donnelly who stayed Trump order is alumna of Robert Morganthau’s DA’s office. Morganthau’s father saved passengers on “St. Louis.””

  4. Jew twitter is screeching that “White nationalists” Bannon and (((Miller))) wrote the order.

  5. Laurence Tribe: “It’s ethnic cleansing by another name.”

    Max Fisher: “Why would you target legal permanent residents unless your goal was to change the US ethnic makeup? There is a phrase for that.”

    Classic jew reality inversion. These jews want to flood America with non-Whites.

  6. “”””As one particularly noxious little jew, Lucas Neff, put it: “When you say ONLY Muslim countries, it is the exact same as saying it’s ONLY the Jews. Do you not get it??? Do you honestly not get it??”””

    OK, then Trump should add Israel to the list and then it won’t just be Muslim countries.

  7. Max Fisher: “Why would you target legal permanent residents unless your goal was to change the US ethnic makeup? There is a phrase for that.”

    Classic jew reality inversion. These jews want to flood America with non-Whites.

    That reality inversion is at the heart of ZOG’s policies and ZOG’s communication strategy. They kill us and accuse us of killing them at the same time.

    This is especially blatant when they complain about non-White invaders being underrepresented at the top levels of White society. The accusation is that we are stealing positions that should be theirs. Actually, we are the ones being genocided by race-replacement.

  8. Julia Ioffe: “I have to say: My family came here as refugees.

    Wikipedia: “Ioffe was born in Moscow and her family immigrated to the United States in 1990 when she was 7”

    I guess she fled from Boris Yeltsin.

    About Jews who say their parents or grand-parents had to flee Hitler’s Germany :
    I think they were incited to get out of the country. It’s not the same as having to flee because you are pursued by gas chambers. Unfortunately for Germany, many of them didn’t want to leave.

    The Jewish position is that WW2 was a good and necessary war against Germany. You would think a better solution would have been to accept separation between Jews and Europeans. Especially since they claim the war caused the death of 60 gazillion Jews (the death of millions of White people doesn’t count). But no! The Jews are very fond of WW2. They would rather fire bomb a city than go out willingly. And that’s what they did. Apparently, the USA had a sacred duty to welcome all Jews, and the Jews had a sacred duty to destroy Europe.

    The Jews think they have a right to live among White people. Everybody has a right to live among White people, except White people themselves. The Jews also claim that national-socialism was anti-democratic. As if one of the war’s aims had been to make life better for the Germans themselves. We all know that democracy thrives in fire-bombed cities!

    What the Jews did to Syria in recent years is similar to what they did to Europe in WW2 (but not as bad). They say it’s wrong not to accept Syrian rapefugees, but all right to foster civil war in Syria.

    As for Julia Ioffe, her tribemates were hoping to start a war against Russia, had Clinton been elected.

  9. Leading Jewish lawmaker in Britain: Trump should not be invited to address Parliament | Jewish Telegraphic Agency:

    The Jewish speaker of Britain’s House of Commons said President Donald Trump should not be welcomed to address the British Parliament.

    “Before the imposition of the migrant ban, I would myself have been strongly opposed to an address by President Trump in Westminster Hall,” John Bercow told his colleagues on Monday, referring to Trump’s temporary order barring entry to refugees and immigrants from seven majority-Muslim nations. “After the imposition of the migrant ban by President Trump, I am even more strongly opposed to an address by President Trump in Westminster Hall.”

    Bercow’s comments were greeted with enthusiastic applause.

  10. How Trump’s policies and rhetoric are forging alliances between U.S. Jews and Muslims – LA Times:

    Jewish and Muslim activists in the United States are forging alliances like never before in reaction to the president’s rhetoric and action toward Muslim immigrants.

    . . .

    “We have common interests,” said Al Hadj Talib Abdur-Rashid, the imam of the Mosque of Islamic Brotherhood in Harlem. He was one of several Muslim leaders who appeared at a rally in Brooklyn in November after a playground was defaced with pro-Trump graffiti and swastikas. “The same kind of people who bomb synagogues [also] bomb black churches and now mosques.”

    Common interests, against Whites.

  11. Rabbis in cuffs: Privileged to be arrested for protesting Trump’s Muslim ban – Opinion –

    Opposition to the executive order banning refugees and Muslims should be visceral for Jews. Even if the Exodus was not our foundational story, with its resulting commandment to love the stranger, our collective historical experience demands it.

    I am enormously privileged by the color of my skin, by being born a U.S. citizen, by my education and employment.

    There is nothing in this particular executive order that will not impinge on my life one bit. And yet, this order strikes at the existential condition of being a Jew, which even in the 21st century means living with a family legacy of persecution and survival. This act would be a dramatic and emphatic reminder of the urgency to marshal the voice of the modern Jewish soul.

    Sen. Schumer attacks Trump: ‘Did not honor the six million Jews murdered by the Nazis’ – U.S. News –

    Two weeks after the White House issued a statement on International Holocaust Remembrance Day that omitted any reference to the Jewish people or anti-Semitism, the controversy around it continues to grow. On Tuesday, the debate over this unusual omission reached Capitol Hill, where House Republicans blocked an attempt by the Democrats to vote on a resolution that would have acknowledged the Nazi targeting of Jews during the Holocaust and called on the White House to do the same.

    Despite the fact that almost every major Jewish organizations in the United States denounced the Trump administration’s statement – including the Republican Jewish Coalition and the right-wing Zionist Organization of America, both of which supported Trump during the last elections – the White House has thus far refused to apologize for the omission, instead insisting that there was some logic behind its issue since not only Jews died during the Holocaust.

    Screeching – the jew normal.

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