Monday, May 4, 2015

USA, Canada, the EU and Australia importing millions of Muslims, but entry to one Christian nun is denied ???

When Muslims take over these countries (and you know they will ... perhaps not in our day unless you are an infant now in 2015) and impose shariah on all, who do you think your descendants will blame?  They will blame you and the politicians you supported  and they will blame the masterminds responsible for the Middle East wars and the ensuing exodus of the Middle Easterns and African workers from there ... to the West.  You know who the warmongering masterminds are but my guess is,  the sand dune you have your heads lodged into is a comfortable place to hide in from the truth.

But why worry eh?  Let's be like our Finance Minister who said something to the effect of ".... let Harper's grandchildren worry about that..." on something relating to debt. 

Nina Shea writing at NationalReview:
With Malice Toward Nun

Sister Diana wants to tell Americans about ISIS persecution of Christians in Iraq, but the State Department won’t let her in.

Why is the United States barring a persecuted Iraqi Catholic nun — an internationally respected and leading representative of the Nineveh Christians who have been killed and deported by ISIS — from coming to Washington to testify about this catastrophe?

Earlier this week, we learned that every member of an Iraqi delegation of minority groups, including representatives of the Yazidi and Turkmen Shia religious communities, has been granted visas to come for official meetings in Washington — save one. The single delegate whose visitor visa was denied happens to be the group’s only Christian from Iraq. Sister Diana Momeka of the Dominican Sisters of Saint Catherine of Siena was informed on Tuesday by the U.S. consulate in Erbil that her non-immigrant-visa application has been rejected. The reason given in the denial letter, a copy of which I have obtained, is:
 You were not able to demonstrate that your intended activities in the United States would be consistent with the classification of the visa. 
She told me in a phone conversation that, to her face, consular officer Christopher Patch told her she was denied because she is an “IDP” or Internally Displaced Person. “That really hurt,” she said. Essentially, the State Department was calling her a deceiver..........

The State Department Responds to NR’s Report on Sister Diana Momeka
The State Department is apparently trying to cover up an embarrassing, politically damaging, and possibly discriminatory act. In an e-mail sent to me on Thursday, Kathryn Fitrell, press-unit chief of the Office of Policy Coordination and Public Affairs with State’s Bureau of Consular Affairs, requested that I revise the text of my National Review article on the denial of a visitor visa to Sister Diana Momeka. I refused, and then on Friday — as the Department honored World Press Freedom Day — the Bureau contacted my employer, the Hudson Institute, with the same request. DOS has offered no legitimate reason for us to comply. I reported Sister Diana’s account of a conversation.............

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