Livid Trump Blasts “Our Country is Being Destroyed at the Southern Border”

Record number of kids in cages being held beyond legal limit. Migrants themselves refer to cells as "dog kennels" and "ice boxes"
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A livid President Trump issued a statement Tuesday lamenting that the country is “being destroyed” by the Biden administration’s actions at the border, as the crisis further spirals out of control.

Border crossings have surged after Biden promised mass amnesty, began allowing unaccompanied migrant children into the US again, and reversed Trump’s ‘remain in Mexico’ policy.

Video is emerging every day of hundreds of migrants walking into the US, while cities in Arizona and Texas warn that they are becoming overwhelmed, and warning of the complete lack of effort to test for or prevent the spread of COVID:

Border patrol is reported to have arrested around 100,000 migrants attempting to illegally cross the border in February alone.

Trump’s statement read “When I was President, our Southern border was in great shape – stronger, safer, and more secure than ever before.”

“We ended Catch-and-Release, shut down asylum fraud, and crippled the vicious smugglers, drug dealers, and human traffickers,” Trump continued, adding “The Wall, despite horrendous Democratic delays, would have easily been finished by now.”

Commenting on the current situation, Trump proclaimed “Our country is being destroyed at the Southern border, a terrible thing to see!”

There are now a record number of migrant children being kept in Border Patrol ‘cages’, which the migrants themselves are calling “dog kennels” and “ice boxes” according to reports.

CBS News reports that there are more than 3,200 unaccompanied minors in the facilities, with almost half being held beyond the legal three-day limit.

Less than a month ago there were just NINE children being held, according to CBP documents cited in the CBS report.

There are a further 8,100 migrant children being held at the Office of Refugee Resettlement.

This is an unprecedented crisis caused directly by the undoing of Trump’s border policies and the Biden administration refuses to address it. Biden himself has not faced questions from the media for almost 50 days at this time.

In fact, they are putting out “leaks” that reveal their intentions to continue an open border policy, with the intention to integrate 117,000 migrant youths and children this year alone.



Meanwhile, Arizona and Montana are taking legal action to block the new immigration regulations, which also limit the ability of ICE to detain illegals.

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich said in a statement “If asked about the poorest policy choice I’ve ever seen in government, this would be a strong contender.”

“Blindly releasing thousands of people, including convicted criminals and those who may be spreading COVID-19 into our state, is both unconscionable and a violation of federal law,” Brnovich added, urging “This must be stopped now to avoid a dangerous humanitarian crisis for the immigrants and the people of Arizona.”

Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen has also warned that “Meth trafficked into Montana by Mexican drug cartels has wracked our state. The problem will only be made worse if the Biden administration continues to allow criminals to stay in the country.”

“Enforcing our immigration laws and helping to keep Americans safe is one of the federal government’s most important functions. The Biden administration is failing its basic responsibility to Americans,” Knudsen emphasized.

Twelve States Sue Biden Administration Over Executive Order on Climate Change



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A coalition of 12 states filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court of Eastern Missouri against President Joe Biden and several members of his administrations on Monday. The suit claims that Biden and his administration have taken upon themselves the “unilateral power to dictate specific values for the ‘social costs’ of greenhouse gases in virtually every regulatory program administered by the federal government.”

The suit challenges Biden’s Executive Order on Protecting Public Health and the Environment and Restoring Science to Tackle the Climate Crisis, which was signed on Inauguration Day. Among the many dictates in the order, it requires that a “working group” be convened to assess the “social costs” of carbon and greenhouse gases, which are meant to account monetarily for the alleged risks involved in climate change.

And that “working group” has been busy already, assigning those monetary “social costs,” which number in the trillions.

Although the suit doesn’t reference it, the executive order in question is also the same one Biden used to revoke the permit for the Keystone XL Pipeline, which ended the jobs of more than 11,000 Americans.

The suit alleges that Biden and his administration have usurped the role of the legislature in assessing monetary values for the possible role of human-generated greenhouse gases and the role they may play in predicted climate disasters of the future. According to the lawsuit: “Assigning such values is a quintessentially legislative action that falls within Congress’s exclusive authority under Article 1 of the Constitution.”

The suit accuses Biden and the other defendants of violating the separation of powers; violating agency statutes, specifically the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA); violating the Administrative Procedures Act (APA) including a substantive violation of the APA.

The suit is being led by the State of Missouri and its Attorney General Eric Schmitt. Also included are state attorneys general from Arkansas, Arizona, Indiana, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Utah.

“Manufacturing, agriculture, and energy production are essential to Missouri’s economy and employ thousands of hard-working Missourians across the state. Under President Biden’s executive order, which he didn’t have the authority to enact, these hard-working Missourians who have lived [on] and worked this land for generations could be left in the dust,” said Schmitt. “From higher energy bills to lost jobs, this massive extension of federal regulator power has the potential to impact nearly every household in this state — that’s why today I’m leading a coalition of states to put a stop to this executive order and protect Missouri families.

The suit cites the results of the “Working Group’s” first preliminary report, which was released in February, as to the type of “social costs” we can expect from them in the future.

The suit notes that if rates of emissions of greenhouse gases are similar in the future to those of 2019, the “social costs” as determined by Biden’s “working group” for 2020 could amount to approximately $269 billion for carbon dioxide; $990 billion for methane and $8.24 trillion for nitrous oxide.

“Collectively, using the Working Group’s values at the principal discount rate of 3 percent, the collective social costs of all three gases in 2020 would be approximately $9.5 trillion. This number gives some idea of the magnitude of the regulatory costs on the American economy that the Interim Values would justify,” the suit reads.

The suit continues: “The potential regulatory impact is enormous. These numbers are high enough to justify massive increases in regulatory restrictions in agricultural practices, energy production, energy use, or any other economic activity that results in the emission of such gases.”

The suit further claims that Biden’s executive order will “destroy jobs, stifle energy production, strangle America’s energy independence, suppress agriculture, deter innovation, and impoverish working families.” Further, “It undermines the sovereignty of the States and tears at the fabric of liberty.”

Besides Biden, other defendants named in the suit include Secretary of Transportation and Biden campaign rival Pete Buttigieg; Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack; Acting Secretary of the Interior Scott de la Vega and the Interagency Working Group of Social Costs of Greenhouse Gases itself.

The suit asks the court to grant permanent and injunctive relief against Biden and the other defendants and essentially nullify any of the Working Group’s findings.

Emergency Alert-FEDERALIZED ELECTION TAKEOVER~Crooks Destroying Evidence~Texas Overrun!

In this emergency episode of The Silent War:
the Communists are federalizing control of the government through legalizing de facto vote-rigging in perpetuity. The Evidence on the table being openly ignored by the Supreme Court makes their complicity clear. They return No Comment on Trump's final legal challenge as Joe Biden uses executive order to fund America's enemies like his "Renegade" predecessor, Obama. And to help usher in the Communist regime's total federal takeover of the government.

Texas is being overrun and responding in defiance of Joe Biden's New Amerika.

Germany: Abbess grants monastery asylum to 30 Muslim migrants, but not to a single Christian



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Yet it is the Christians in Iraq who are actually being victimized and are in need of asylum.

“Abbess gives monastery asylum to 30 migrants – not a single Christian,” translated from “Äbtissin gibt 30 Migranten Klosterasyl – einem Christen nicht,” by Albrecht Künstle, haOlam, March 6, 2021 (thanks to Medforth):

“What you did to the least of my brethren, you did to me” is a Christian guiding principle according to Matthew chapter 25, verse 35. The commandment to love one’s neighbor was for the brothers in faith, not for all people of that time. Today this is usually carried over to all conceivable neighbors and secondary neighbors on other continents, not just to the people in the area.

Monastic charity for everyone? But not for certain Christians? I couldn’t believe my eyes when I had to read such sentences from a convent headmistress, which she gave to the Badische Zeitung in an interview. E.g. a Christian who was persecuted and came to Germany via France is not granted monastery asylum by the kind woman. She had him sent away at the risk of France not granting him asylum because he entered there via a safe third country.

But open arms for Muslims who entered via Hungary and did not apply for asylum there. Here, too, neither asylum nor any other residence status were granted and therefore they had to return: “In 2016, a young man from Iraq and a young German woman who was supporting the man stood in front of the monastery door. He was desperate because he was supposed to be deported to Hungary, where he had entered the EU for the first time…,” the abbess justified the opening of her monastery to save the man from being” deported “to Hungary. Which is not true. Nobody is deported from Germany, but returned more comfortably than the journey when he arrived. He felt badly treated in Hungary, but Austria lies between there and here. Presumably he wanted to come here because of his bride or for some other reason. However, immigration and asylum law is not yet a matter of wishful thinking.

The family of this migrant was surrounded by IS in Mosul, argues the Muslim man. His brother was killed there. Not a word was said about what became of the family in the interview. Mosul was indeed a contested city in 2015/16. The main targets of the “Islamic State,” however, were Christians rather than Muslims…

“Mosul looks back on a 1600-year-old Christian tradition. Until recently, the city was the seat of several archbishops of Eastern Churches of Syrian tradition…. The cathedral of the Syrian Orthodox Church of Antioch and at the same time the oldest church in the city is St. Thomas Cathedral from the year 640 … of the Syrian Catholic Church. The cathedral of the latter, however, served the Syrian Catholic al-Tahira Cathedral from the 17th century, which was almost completely destroyed in 2017, but is to be rebuilt. The Chaldean Catholic Church, on the other hand, had its bishopric in the medieval Mart Meskinta Church until it was moved to the 18th century Chaldean al-Tahira Cathedral in the 1980s …

After the conquest of Mosul by fighters from the ISIS group or the Islamic State, the Christian residents were given the choice of either leaving the city, converting to Islam or being executed. The vast majority of Christians then left Mosul at the end of July, so that the Christian tradition of the city had come to an end for the time being. According to Archbishop Louis Raphaël I. Sako, 25,000 Christians were still living in Mosul when the ISIS came to power, and according to the BBC, there were even 35,000…

On February 2, 2015, Islamic State terrorists blew up one of the largest and oldest Chaldean Catholic churches in Iraq, the Church of the Virgin Mary, in Mosul. In April 2016, the historic Roman Catholic Church of Our Lady of the Hour from the 19th century was destroyed….

Open Doors 2017 presented a memorable story from Mosul with this report. A young man had joined IS. Christians were expelled or cruelly murdered. This also took part in their expulsion. A few days after the forced exodus of Christians, while walking through the city, he saw men his age hanging on four crosses, guarded by two IS fighters. Ten meters away from the crosses, he looked up at the bloody men and heard one of these men beg God to forgive the IS fighters. The others sang in a tired voice, “Zeedo el-Maseeh tasbeeh – Praise Jesus Christ more and more.”

Traumatized, he left IS and was able to flee. His way led to Istanbul, where he heard the song of the four crucified again from a group of people – and then joined the Christians. Converted, he returned to Mosul, like many others. Back to a former stronghold of Christianity. Because in Turkey, Christians are almost only to be found in the Istanbul area and behind monastery walls.

So it cannot be this man who knocked on the monastery door accompanied by his bride. Nor is it reported that this man converted to Christianity in the monastery that gives him so much charity. Is there any attempt at all in church or monastery asylums to convince Muslims that their faith is an aberration that is causing so much harm everywhere in Islamic states? I know of one organisation besides Open Doors that is successful in defusing human time bombs – the conversion of Muslims and even former Islamists.

But no, our churches and monasteries prefer to coddle Muslims and show fellow believers the door. Like this abbess, who is to stand trial this month. She has to answer for 30 counts of aiding and abetting illegal residence in Germany. She is doing this with other abbesses and nuns. Women simply have a bigger heart for migrants. Outside the convent walls, too, it is women, mostly single, who are the most active in the voluntary help circles and also tend to offer personal support to migrants. But they are not awarding her the Göttingen Peace Prize as the abbess had hoped for the weekend, but they have postponed it. Other volunteers have lost their lives for or in spite of their willingness to help, as happened in Freiburg.

Why do persecuted Christians hardly ever manage to flee to us? To some extent, word has got around among them that sharing accommodation with Muslims is extremely dangerous and conflict-laden. They also know that only a few Christians are willing to accept other Christians. Or they are among the migrants after all and, frightened, do not reveal their faith.

Thus, hardly any victims of war and terror are given any help in Germany, but migrants from the milieu of perpetrators are all the more likely to be helped. Just like the many criminals who have made their way to Germany in the wake of the wave of migration. Some of them are known by name, most of them not yet.

Greece boosts armed forces amid rising Turkish aggression




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Turkey’s ongoing provocation toward Greece has warranted Greece to “introduce an increase in military service for conscripts serving in the army from nine to 12 months, starting in May, as part of a program to boost the armed forces amid tension with regional rival Turkey.” Greece has also been building up its military with new arms amid threats of war from Turkey, an expansionist country committed to jihad, with its sights set beyond just the immediate region. Turkey is aiming for a revived Ottoman Empire.

“Greece to increase army service amid tension with Turkey,” Associated Press, March 7, 2021:

ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Greece will introduce an increase in military service for conscripts serving in the army from nine to 12 months, starting in May, as part of a program to boost the armed forces amid tension with regional rival Turkey.

The decision made public Friday will bring army service in line with the length of conscription to the navy and air force.

The nine-month term will only remain for army conscripts who volunteer to join special forces services or serve in border areas for their entire term in uniform.

Greece last year began a major military modernization program that will include the upgrade of its ageing [sic] F-16 fighter jet fleet as well as the purchase of new-generation, French-built Rafale jets and a planned frigate order that has drawn keen interest from competing U.S. and European arms makers….



Website Tracks Which Colleges Embrace Training in Critical Race Theory




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It takes only a few clicks to see that critical race theory is influencing hundreds of college campuses and universities across America.

A new website called Critical Race Training in Education allows users to quickly access information about more than 230 schools and the ways in which those schools are instituting critical race theory on campus. 

Critical race theory holds that whites use their social status or their legal and economic advantages to create or maintain power over people of color. 

The rapid embrace of critical race theory training programs for students and faculty is “very troubling,” website founder William Jacobson told The Daily Signal in a phone interview earlier this month. 

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“My greatest concern is campus free expression [which] is already [under] a very coercive and repressive atmosphere on a lot of campuses,” Jacobson said.

Jacobson is a professor at Cornell Law School and founder and publisher of Legal Insurrection, a conservative media news and commentary platform. 

Training in critical race theory likely will “exacerbate a free speech and free expression problem that already exists on campuses,” Jacobson said.  

Jacobson’s concerns about critical race theory training began to grow when he saw how rapidly Cornell was implementing the ideology on campus. 

Ibram A. Kendi, author of “How to Be an Antiracist,” is a leading advocate for training programs in critical race theory.

Kendi has delivered many lectures on anti-racism, including to teachers and leaders in Virginia’s Fairfax County school district, just outside the nation’s capital, where he charged $20,000 for a one-hour lecture in September. 

Kendi defines “anti-racism” as actively working to combat racism in all its forms, arguing that inaction is racism. 

Cornell University last year encouraged students to read Kendi’s book, calling it recommended summer reading. Cornell provided students and faculty with a link to read the book online for free, which Jacobson did. 

“I read it and was actually pretty shocked about it,” Jacobson said. 

Kendi “advocates racial discrimination as a cure for past racial discrimination, which is, of course, illegal,” he said. 

Kendi argues that all people fit into only two categories, Jacobson said: activists working to destroy systemic racism or, “if you are not an activist, … you are a racist.” 

Not allowing for any middle ground, but simply categorizing all humans as activist or racist, was troubling enough, Jacobson said. But what concerned him more was Cornell’s acceptance of the ideology. 

Cornell President Martha E. Pollack issued a letter in July embracing Kendi’s definition of anti-racism and calling on the university’s Faculty Senate to create and implement a “for-credit, educational requirement on racism, bias, and equity for all Cornell students.”

Pollock also announced that Cornell faculty would be required to participate in a lecture series focused on “equity and cultural competency,” and be evaluated on “diversity, equity, and inclusion” practices during performance reviews. 

Pollack’s announcement spurred Jacobson to research the actions of other universities. He soon discovered that Cornell was far from the only school taking steps to implement training programs in critical race theory. 

But Jacobson said his central motivation to create the web platform came when a group of several hundred Cornell students, staff, faculty, and alumni issued a list of demands to the university. The demands included “cluster hires of Black and other faculty of color,” and “recruiting of graduate students of color in clusters.” 

The list of demands, he said, “proved to me that, whatever the president [of Cornell] had intended with regard to the term ‘anti-racist,’ it was interpreted by the campus as being anti-racist in the way Kendi [defines] it and to advocate for discriminatory policies.”

Jacobson’s Critical Race Training in Education website shows that New York University has taken steps to implement anti-racist training for students and Portland State University announced the disarming of campus security. Tufts University, just outside Boston, created a new class for incoming students on civic engagement and racial equality. 

The website and interactive map are intended to be a bipartisan resource, Jacobson said. 

All of the data is information taken directly from the websites of colleges and universities. Students who would like to attend a university that requires training in critical race theory can use the site as easily as those who wish to avoid such requirements. 

“This is not a boycott list,” Jacobson said.“This is simply a database where you can go and find out, ‘Do you like what is going on or do you not like what is going on?’” 

Jacobson is personally familiar with the negative implications of far-left ideology being promoted on many college campuses. 

Last summer, some Cornell students sought to “cancel” Jacobson by encouraging other students to boycott his course after he wrote an honest history of Black Lives Matter. That boycott failed, but Jacobson’s experience opened his eyes to the “hostile atmosphere” at his own university, he told The Daily Signal in December. 

Ultimately, Jacobson said, he hopes to grow the list of schools on the Critical Race Training in Education website to provide information about such training on 500 colleges and universities. 

When asked whether students had expressed their views to him about required training in critical race theory, Jacobson said he believes students are “afraid to speak up.”

“They are afraid to speak their minds,” he said.

The promulgation of cancel culture and the quick embrace of progressive ideologies such as critical race theory, Jacobson said, have created “an ideological orthodoxy on campuses, which is the opposite of what an educational institution should have.”

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