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formati wrote

always foster unity...dont complicate issue


CATV_Anon wrote

As a Christian person of color who has been to Syria many times before and after this war, I have to agree with Trump on banning people who actively want to kill Americans. Prior to the bipartition agreement to invalid Iraq (a sovereign nation) who never brought arms ageist the US. We were once thought of as heroes in the eye of people globaly including Iraq and Syria . After most Americans supported what has been a never ending 17 year 12 trillion dollar war that has spread to 7 countries and killed well over a million Muslim people, they want Zionist Americans dead. They correctly see the American military as an extension of the Rothschild power to force banking control, appropriation of resources and political enslavement on their people. Which evidence has most likely proven is the purpose of this war. As we stand today on the eve of yet another attack on Syria, with no vetted evidence to support an invasion I ask again why you support killing more innocent Muslims? This is what you support This is why Muslims what to kill you. This is why we shouldn't accept peoples from countries that we are actively bombing and killing their sisters, brothers, mothers, fathers and childern. So yes I support Trump on this point and only this point. If you want to truly make a difference get the pussy hats to protest war instead of supporting prostitution (backpage). Stop electing people who support this. Stop you inaction and protest. Everyone politicization who voted yes is an enemy of mankind;

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a_s_123 wrote

What about Christian terrorists how are we going to ban them? Wisconsin Sikh Temple Massacre, Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church shooting, The Centennial Olympic Park bombing, Planned Parenthood bombing, Suicide attack on IRS building, and the Oklahoma City bombing just to name a few. This was only in the US not to mention. As the "Christian" that you claim to be, are good Christians supposed to do this? NO! So, can we classify all Christians as murdering terrorists just because of some radicalists? This is exactly what Trump and his supporters are doing to people from Muslim countries. Clearly, a ban will not do anything to stop terrorists, there are many other ways they can leave, such as entering a European country and travelling from there. This ban ends up hurting our country and honest people who want to improve their lifestyle.