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"While We're At It, We Should Probably Ban..." The definitive blueprint on banning our way to peace and prosperity.

by Martin Stanley


Posted on February 13, 2017


Ban them all

Alas, the time has come! This is indeed a great time for America and a great time for the world at-large! We are finally on the brink of exterminating the scourge known as radical Islamic terrorism. Be not fooled, however...this fight will not be an easy one. There are many hardships ahead of us and many hard decisions to be made by both our Great Leaders and our Great People. We must not lose faith though. We know our victory is near!

Recently there has been great controversy surrounding Supreme Leader Trump's executive order to ban citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the US. Radical freedom groups across the nation, such as the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) are condemning this action as un-American, totalitarian, discriminatory, and unconstitutional. Indeed, our Supreme Leader's choice has come under great scrutiny. However, His choice and this ban is merely the beginning of our shut down of this great scourge of terrorism.

In this article, I will outline a basic plan to restore Law and Order to our Homeland, and forever halt the disease known as terrorism. This plan will be far-reaching and may seem controversial to many, but I believe it is our pathway to peace and prosperity.

1. Extend the immigration ban to followers of all Abrahamic religions (including, but not limited to Christianity, and Judaism) – 3.8 billion

Banning members of seven Muslim-majority nations is a great start, but it is not the Final Solution. We must not overlook the great similarities the Islamic religion shares with both Christianity and Judaism. In essence, they are basically the same religion, with slight varieties in mythological preference. This leaves a massive gap for Christianity and Judaism to become vessels of terror. If our Homeland is to remain safe in the coming years, we must prevent the never-ending crusades from taking place in our Beloved Nation.

2. Further extend the ban to all people of Buddhist and Hindu faiths – 1.5 billion

While we're at it, we may as well ban anyone that follows the Buddhists and Hindu religions. These religions are in no way tied to the Abrahamic religions of Islam, Christianity, and Judaism, but they still present a very real threat. Although peace and selflessness are at the core of these religions, they can still be transformed into conduits of great terror. Even though Buddhism is a religion rarely associated with acts of violence, there is still a chance that the same people that carried out atrocities in Southeast Asia can come into the US under false pretenses and continue their reign of terror. Likewise, Hinduism presents little threat externally, but such isolated cases as Saffron terror do exist so we'll ban these just because.

3. Ban anyone not affiliated with any religion – 1.1 billion

These are perhaps the most suspicious people there are. Anyone without a religion is suspect to corruption, as they have no allegiance to any group. These people can easily allow their minds to be rotted away by the filth of terrorist propaganda aimed against our Homeland. When religion is eradicated, the people are always more susceptible to corrupt influence. We can see this example in Nazi Germany, where the Party was placed before religion, and the church was seen as a threat. This allows for great manipulation of the people to occur. We're not going to let this kind of thing happen in the US. Not going to happen.

4. Ban all people associated with ancient or indigenous religious traditions (Neo-Druidism, the Hellenistic religion, etc.)

These groups will be banned, well...just because.

An immigration bar of anyone practicing Islam, Christianity, and Judaism would indeed mean a ban of 3.8+ billion people from entering the US. That may seem like a lot of people, but considering there are 7.5 billion people on the earth today, it's not too bad. With the addition of barring Buddhists, Hindus, and non religious peoples, we extend the ban to an additional 2.6 billion. Further, barring the followers of ancient or indigenous religions will add a bunch more people to the ban. We're not sure exactly how many people these immigration bars will affect, but it's a lot. Trust me. It's gonna be huge.

At this point you may be asking, “are you planning on banning everyone?” My answer is this – GO BIG OR GO HOME. If we're going to start banning world religions, we need to GO FOR IT. Is the plan to ban every religion? No. Only the big ones and most of the little ones. We can't just single out Islam and ban those people. Our immigration bars need to be far-reaching and absolute. And anyone that doesn't fit into any of the categories above listed will be subject to extra huge tremendously extreme vetting.

Is this an attack on the First Amendment? Absolutely not. The great people of the United States are free to practice whatever religion they wish. As for people of faith and non-faith wanting to immigrate to the US I'll just say this...good luck.

Remember the great George W. Bush's famous quote, “they hate us for our freedom”? I sure remember it. If they hate us for our freedom, then we need to act boldly and get rid of our freedom. Then they will have no reason to hate us. Then and only then will we be able to Make America Great Again.

Written By Martin Stanley

Martin "Marty" Stanley is a self-described leader in the alt-right progressive/radical thought movement that is presently sweeping over the western countries. He spends most of his time criticizing others, pointing out their shortcomings, and trolling people on the internet. He lives with his two wives and fourteen children on a lovely mountainside compound outside Salt Lake City, Utah.

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