And Why, Exactly, Was He Allowed Into This Country?

Active shooter driver/stabber makes case for moratorium on Muslim immigration in Ohio. 

“Two law enforcement sources told Fox News that Artan came into the United States as a Somali refugee, and was granted status as a legal permanent resident.”

Always biting the hands that feed and welcome them. Utterly incapable of existing in a peaceful, civil society.

There is no reason why a single Somali should be allowed to live in this country.

And to end on a bright note– good work, Officer Horujko, well done! I hope you get a raise and a promotion.

About vmijpp

VMIJPP hails from the star city of the south, Roanoke, Virginia. A 1989 graduate of the Virginia Military Institute, he is a retired artillery officer in the United States Marine Corps, with time in both the active and reserve sides. He served in Iraq in 2004, and in Afghanistan in 2009-2010. He joined the magnificent OPFOR.com as a guest blogger from the now defunct but never uninteresting Rule 308, where he denounced gun control and other aspects of tyranny, and proclaimed the greatness of the United States. When the sun set on OPFOR.com, he migrated here with Keydet1976 and the others.
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5 Responses to And Why, Exactly, Was He Allowed Into This Country?

  1. Good Job Border Patrol!!!

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  2. burkemblog says:

    There are a lot of Somalis already in the US–I’ve had several as students over the years–none are what you assume they are.

    Here’s an article about what I think is the largest community of Somalis in the US–those in Minneapolis: http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-minneapolis-somalis-20160517-snap-story.html

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  3. CooperEP says:

    I take exception to the statement of the OP that “There is no reason why a single Somali should be allowed to live in this country.” We can’t broad brush all people of specific backgrounds, ethnicities, or heritages as indicative of what this individual did. If that was that case, then everyone is guilty of everything (which is a pointless argument that does nothing). This individual had his mind poisoned by something radical (ISIS or some other entity bent on hurting innocent people). We are a country of immigrants, and I have no issue with him having done so legally. He crossed the line when he decided to begin harming people. I am glad that this individual can no longer hurt anyone because what he did was evil. I would have preferred that he stand trial, but the police were more than justified on this one. It was a good, and legal, shoot. BZ to the policeman. He likely saved many people from this person.

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    • vmijpp says:

      Point taken (and for MikeB too), that was pretty harsh, but I have to stand by the question: Why was he let into the country? Somalia– been there more than once, myself– has NOTHING to offer the US. Its people have not, do not now, and probably will never contribute to the advancement of civilization. Yes, that is a broad brush generalization, but it is built on personal experience and observation. I am not arguing from the specific to the general, that is, from this worthless fuck-head at OSU to his larger community, but rather observing and commenting the other way ’round. When we let in people who have a good chance of harming our citizens, we do ourselves no favors. This is not academic, gents, this is real-world with real consequences.

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      • CooperEP says:

        I absolutely agree with you that their positive contributions to society will likely be minimal, and that this guy turned into a shit-for-brains asshole. You ask excellent questions to about why this guy was here, and I find myself asking the same questions. On deeper personal analysis though, I find that I would feel the same way if this guy was a natural-born citizen as the senselessness of this violence on the OSU campus. The fact that he is an immigrant, who came he via legal means, turned out to be not significant when compared to other acts of violence like shooting up elementary schools (Sandy Hook Elementary) or churches (Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church). These acts were senseless and perpetrated by natural-born citizens.

        I am grateful that there was a police force with the stones to make a good judgment call, and send this asshole to meet Allah. It does pain me that we have to wait for tragedy to react, but we can’t see into the future. When bad guys commit crimes, then we go get ’em. I am also grateful that all of the victims will all recover from their physical injuries. The psychological ones are anyone’s guess.

        I will have my own opportunity to see that part of Africa for a whole year as I prepare to mobilize. I hope to grow as a person as a result of this life experience. Perhaps immigration practices can include follow-on checking for people to watch for tell-tale signs of domestic terrorism, which would allow for intervention before tragedy.

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