@mcclark "White Christen men armed with military weapons have killed far
more people in the US then ISIS could ever dream of. Las Vegas being the most
recent example. I am not hearing calls for all white Christen males to be
deported."That makes sense since there are far more white
Christian males than ISIS members inside the US. Nevertheless, what exactly is
your point? Do these deaths not matter until the numbers match the number
killed by white Christian males? Also, I'd like to know how you know that
these white males are Christian. Are they killing in the name of Christianity
or because they are mentally ill? @Hutterite "We let them in
and then tell, and show, them that they're not welcome here. I wonder
how come they're so easily radicalised?"This guy literally
won a lottery in Uzbekistan. Lucky for him, not lucky for national security.
He is proof that we need to look very carefully at who is entering this country.
Also, I don't kill someone just because I don't feel welcome in their
home. Any Muslim coming here since 9/11 should know America is sensitive to
A common thread in many---certainly not all---of the terrorist attacks in the
United States and a number of foreign countries is religion. Many terrorists
acts since 2001 have been the result of Islamic (Muslim) extremists. I know of
no terrorist or war-like acts in this same period of time or going back to the
early 20th Century history of the LDS religion where any member of the LDS faith
has committed mass murder.Please, please, Deseret News, do not imply
these acts of terrorism are the result of President Trump or anyone in his
administration.It's unfortunate, but not all cultures seem to
be able to live together in peace and harmony. The good news is, however, that
every man, woman and child on this planet has the ability to make our world a
better place should we, as individuals, have the desire to do so.Andy McKane, Maunaloa, Molokai, Hawaii
Oh, I get it. This is all our fault again. Unbelievable....I didn't
say that, did I? The perpetrator, regardless of their motivation, bears the
brunt of the responsibility. I'm just wondering if we should consider
whether actions have consequences that contribute to an outcome, and if so that
perhaps some actions are ill advised. It doesn't matter. This is,
after all, not the time to politicise this event. We can't rush to harsh
judgement. We must remember the victims, and offer thoughts and prayers.
Re: Hutterite - American Fork, UTAmericans open their hearts and
arms to people who immigrate to our country. When some of these people start
flying commercial airlines into buildings some of us start asking whether we
should be a little more choosy about who we let in.I will admit that
I start wondering when I hear about the practice of female mutilation that has
come to our country. Google it for yourself.
Who is the “white Christian male?” The Las Vegas shooter was not
Christian. But nice job with the judgement. And according to the
constitution you cannot deport your own citizens. Now those with green cards or
people wanting to enter this country, we can scrutinize.
Thank the Diversity Visa program and chain migration practices.
@Hutterite "We let them in and then tell, and show, them that they're
not welcome here. I wonder how come they're so easily
radicalised?"Oh, I get it. This is all our fault again.
We let them in and then tell, and show, them that they're not welcome here.
I wonder how come they're so easily radicalised?
When the killer jumped out of the of the truck after running people over he
proclaimed "God is great" in Arabic not "Isis is great".
White Christen men armed with military weapons have killed far more people in
the US then ISIS could ever dream of. Las Vegas being the most recent example.
I am not hearing calls for all white Christen males to be deported.
Are we sure this is terrorism? Yeah, the note. Yeah, the nationality. Yeah,
the religion. Yeah, the Allah Akbar thing? Yeah, all the ISIS stuff at his
house. Yeah, the previous mowing down of people with trucks/cars/plows. Yeah,
London and Barcelona and London again and again.Let's not get
political here. Let's wait until CNN and MSNBC get all the information
before coming to conclusion....the great bastions of non-political news
reporting that they are.
Utah Girl Chronicles - Eagle Mountain, UTNo one is suggesting that this
terrorist attack was Chuck Schumer's fault but a lot of people like
President Trump's desire to guard our borders and keep foreign criminals
out.Do you have a problem with asking people to enter our country
through the front door and not through an unlocked window?
Uzbek self-radicalized terrorist kills eight people, we need barricades and
walls! It's all Chuck Schumer's fault!Nevada man kills 59
people, it's too soon to politicize this! "Best thing to do
is get small," according to GOP senator John Thune.
O h yes. There is no Islamic terror anywhere else unless it is caused by local
affairs. Hmmm. Sorry we are in for generations of Islamic terror. But even
if they win I am not sure there wouls be peace since the Sunni's and
Shiites have been fighting for hundreds of years.
Esquire - Springville, UT says: "From what we have seen, the problem we
have with terrorism in the US is based on internal behavior and not much
external threats."Please explain. Are you saying that we
deserve terrorism because of something that we've done?
From what we have seen, the problem we have with terrorism in the US is based on
internal behavior and not much external threats.