Don’t rejoice in his defeat, you men.
For though the world stood up and stopped the bastard,
The bitch that bore him is in heat again.
Herr Twitler signed an executive order Friday instituting “extreme vetting” of refugees, aimed at keeping out “radical Islamic terrorists.”
“I’m establishing a new vetting measure to keep radical Islamic terrorists out of the United States of America,” Twitler said during his signing of the order. “We don’t want them here. We want to make sure we are not admitting into our country the very threats our soldiers are fighting overseas.”
In German media, it was German citizens who were targeted for extinction by a vast international conspiracy. Hitler portrayed the Holocaust as a defensive act, a necessary move to destroy the Jews before they destroyed Germany. Joseph Goebbels, Minister of Propaganda, and Otto Dietrich’s Press Office translated this vision into a coherent cautionary narrative, which the Nazi propaganda machine disseminated into the recesses of everyday life.
A Massachusetts man was charged with hate crimes after he threatened an airline worker at Kennedy International Airport who was wearing a head scarf, kicked her and told her “Twitler is here now” and “he will get rid of all of you,” officials said on Thursday.
In Istanbul, during a stopover on Saturday, passengers reported that security officers had entered a plane after everyone had boarded and ordered a young Iranian woman and her family to leave the aircraft.
An official message to all American diplomatic posts around the world provided instructions about how to treat people from the countries affected: “Effective immediately, halt interviewing and cease issuance and printing” of visas to the United States.
“How do I get back home now?” said Daria Zeynalia, a green card holder who was visiting family in Iran. He had rented a house and leased a car, and would be eligible for citizenship in November. “What about my job? If I can’t go back soon, I’ll lose everything.”
Shortly after noon on Saturday, Hameed Khalid Darweesh, an interpreter who worked on behalf of the United States government in Iraq, was released. After nearly 19 hours of detention, Mr. Darweesh began to cry as he spoke to reporters, putting his hands behind his back and miming handcuffs.
“What I do for this country? They put the cuffs on,” Mr. Darweesh said. “You know how many soldiers I touch by this hand?”
On Friday, which was International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Herr Twitler issued an executive order to the Department of Homeland Security that now requires it to publish a list of “criminal actions” by immigrants on a weekly basis.
The order makes no distinction whatsoever between documented and undocumented immigrants.
Twitler wants Americans to hear Mexican-sounding and Middle-Eastern sounding names associated with criminal activity every single week.
As he signed the order, Twitler read out the names of US citizens murdered by illegal immigrants.
The Nazi paper The Criminal Jew published photos of Jewish people who had committed crimes. A Nazi directive to the German press declared, “Jews are criminal by disposition. The Jews are not a nation like other nations but bearers of hereditary criminality.”
On the day that Herr Twitler signed an executive action limiting immigration and refugees from war-torn nations, one man is trying to humanize the people whose lives are lost or saved by those decisions.
Russel Neiss created the @Stl_Manifest twitter account to recount the fate of passengers on the St. Louis, a ship that fled Nazi Germany in 1939 with more than 900 Jews seeking refuge in Cuba and, then, Miami. The ship was turned away, returned to Europe and more than 250 of its passengers died at German hands.
“When we say we remember and when we say ‘never again,’ it’s important to actually remember and mean ‘never again,’ ” Neiss said. “We talk about refugees in the abstract. But these are real people whose lives hang in the balance. When we say no refugees allowed, there are real lives here—women, children, men.”
As he waited inside the Delta Sky Lounge at Terminal 2, he approached an employee in her office. She was wearing a hijab.
“Are you fucking sleeping? Are you praying? What are you doing?” Rhodes said to the employee before punching the door, which hit the back of the employee’s chair.
When the employee asked what she’d done to Rhodes to make him angry, he responded: “You did nothing, but I am going to kick your ass.”