There is no actual indication that President Trump intends to register Muslims; the hysteria over this supposed plan is a media creation, designed to stir up opposition to Trump’s real policies. Nonetheless, Madeleine Albright has a madcap plan to “register as Muslim” over President Trump’s immigration policies.
Since Albright was herself once a refugee from Czechoslovakia, she claims to empathize with the needs of refugees. In a message she sent to the White House in September, right before Obama delivered his remarks at a UN Refugee Summit, she said:
I came to the United States as a refugee when I was 11 years old. My father was a diplomat and a strong supporter of democracy in Czechoslovakia, so when the Communists took over, we were forced into exile as refugees. In November 1948, we were welcomed to the United States of America.
It is a pity that Albright will not acknowledge the threats to law, order and democracy that Europe has brought upon itself in failing to implement a screening system that would have at least been an attempt to protect it from refugees who do not support human rights and freedom, but instead, assume supremacy over the infidel and supremacy over women. The former Secretary of State shows a willful blindness to threats to homeland security; she also displays again the peculiar mindset she abundantly manifested in the 1990s. Albright, who favored war with Iraq’s Saddam Hussein, was looking for an excuse to start that war, and had a revealing exchange with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Hugh Shelton, who gave his account later in his memoirs. He describes Albright’s sinister advice; she begins by stating…
I know I shouldn’t even be asking you this, but what we really need in order to go in and take out Saddam is a precipitous event — something that would make us look good in the eyes of the world. Could you have one of our U-2s fly low enough — and slow enough — so as to guarantee that Saddam could shoot it down?”
The hair on the back of my neck bristled, my teeth clenched, and my fists tightened. I was so mad I was about to explode. I looked across the table, thinking about the pilot in the U-2 and responded, “Of course we can …” which prompted a big smile…
“You can?” was the excited reply.
“Why, of course we can,” I countered. “Just as soon as we get your ass qualified to fly it, I will have it flown just as low and slow as you want to go.”
Yet Albright today poses as morally superior to Trump in her ongoing resistance to his “America First” foreign policy.
“Madeleine Albright ‘Ready to Register as Muslim’ Over Trump’s Immigration Policies,” by Lucy Clarke-Billings, Newsweek, January 26, 2017:
U.S. politician Madeleine Albright has announced she is “ready to register as Muslim” in response to Donald Trump’s impending immigration policies.
Albright, the first woman to have become the U.S. Secretary of State in 1997, said she would stand in “solidarity” with followers of the Islamic faith if a registry was brought in by the president’s administration.
Albright’s comments were made on Twitter as rumors circulated about an executive order that would involve extreme vetting, a refugee ban and a bar on arrivals from seven predominantly Muslim countries, The Telegraph reports.
In August last year, Albright criticized Trump for defending the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, who, in an interview with Austrian newspaper Die Presse in April, she called a “smart but truly evil man.”
Albright has continued to denounce Trump….