You can learn a lot from graphs.

The graph below is offered without comment.


Check this graph against the list in Mr. Trump’s executive order (refer to today’s earlier post): Iran (claims we are “The Great Satan”), Iraq (at war with terrorists), Syria (no functioning government), Sudan (South Sudan seceded from Sudan, human rights groups have documented widespread human rights abuses and reported evidence that they are committed by both government and opposition forces), Libya (no functioning government), Yemen (no functioning government), Somalia (no functioning government).


Again, check the list below against President Trump’s list. Only Somalia is absent, and, quite honestly, one can no longer consider Somalia a “country.” Unlike the Trump order which is clearly not “a Muslim ban,” these nations all have “a Jew ban.”


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5 Responses to You can learn a lot from graphs.

  1. Pat says:

    Not only do these countries ban Israeli passports but if one travels to Israel on any other passport, a loose paper approval is stamped so there is no permanent Israeli stamp on your passport. Otherwise, a person will find it difficult, if not impossible, to gain access at the border of these above countries.

  2. David L. Wood says:

    I am encouraged that finally a true American (Pres. trump) is calling the vitriol and hatred of those terrorist-producing countries for what they are and working to protect this nation and its citizens from the danger bred in them.

  3. Starchild says:

    Hmm. The presidents’ graph left off Gerald Ford and I think a few others, from the numbers… Perhaps because they were replacements who did not give incoming State of the Union addresses or something?

    On the graph listing Muslim-majority countries whose regimes do not admit people with Israeli passports – is that supposed to be a justification for the Trump administration to behave similarly? Two wrongs make a right? It’s okay to have bigoted policies because other governments do?

    • Roy Filly says:

      No. Two “wrongs” don’t make “a right.” But the chart does add perspective to the verbal screeds from these nations decrying President Trump’s PAUSE on immigration from terrorist-riddled nations and nations without functioning governments. After our vetting process is in order the PAUSE will be lifted.

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