Japan: “We Don’t Need No Stinking Refugees” … Japanese People: “Arigatou…” [VIDEO]

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“Arigatou…” That’s Japanese for thank you very much.  And that is essentially what the Japanese government is telling “refugees” who apply to live in Japan.  “Thank you very much for applying.  But No.”

Let’s hope the Trump administration takes a lesson from the Japanese on the subject of “refugees.”  Obviously the Japanese people don’t need no stinking refugees, and given where the “refugees” who want to come to America are coming from, we don’t need no stinking refugees either.

Refugee applications to Japan were up 50% year-over-year, with 7,586 asylum applications.  The Japanese accepted 27 of them.  I think that sounds about right.  In the previous year they granted 11 applications out of 5,000 applicants.

Japan contributes to humanitarian aid for Syrian and Iraqi “refugees” and they’ve given over $1 billion to help those people in the Middle East.  When asked by reporters at the UN General assembly the Japanese Prime Minister replied that his country needed to boost their own workforce before they would consider increasing the number of refugees brought into Japan.

“There are many things that we should do before accepting immigrants.”  Well said Mr. Prime Minister.

Now, President Trump, let’s talk about that wall, and I think you should look at extending the wall to surround the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

In addition to the 15 million illegal aliens we’ve already got here that need to be deported, with respect to President Trump’s travel ban on individuals from seven Muslim nations, the work of liberals on the Ninth Circuit Court needs to be addressed, and that travel ban needs to not only be put back in place, but it needs to be dramatically expanded.

Reinforcing the wisdom of the Japanese government’s ban on “refugees” we’ve recently discovered that 72 “refugees” from the seven nations included in Donald Trump’s executive order have been convicted of terrorism.

Somalia leads the pack with 20, Yemen and Iraq are close behind at 19 each, 7 from Syria, 4 from Iran, 2 from Libya, and 1 from Sudan.

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Note: those were not people “charged” or “suspected of” terrorism, those were people convicted of terrorism.

Eight of those terrorists lived in Minnesota and were convicted last year of terrorist activities and sentenced to very long terms in prison.  Minnesota is one of the states that sued to block President Trump’s Executive Order.

It would appear that Minnesota politicians pushing the lawsuit are suffering from a brain freeze, after all it does get cold there.  On the other hand, given the politicians involved – all very far-left Democrats – I don’t expect their brains to thaw out by summer.

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