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Anne Richard, Asst. Sec. of State: we want to ramp-up the Syrian numbers and “streamline” security screening

Posted by Ann Corcoran on September 20, 2015

You know what “streamline” means!  It is the acceptable way to say “lessen” the security screening for the UN-chosen, mostly Muslim Syrians we are admitting to the US.

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UNHCR Antonio Guterres (left) tells US Asst. Sec. of State Anne Richard (right) who we are going to admit to the US as refugees to colonize your towns and cities.

Here is Reuters reporting on Richard’s NPR interview yesterday:

A State Department refugee official said on Saturday that U.S. leaders are committed to bringing more Syrian refugees to the United States and that she would like to see a steep increase in their numbers in 2017.

Anne Richard, assistant secretary of state for population, refugees and migration, told National Public Radio the Obama administration would like to see the refugee process move more quickly and is trying to streamline the vetting process without cutting corners on security.

The United States has taken in 1,500 refugees since the start of the Syrian war in 2011, and President Barack Obama last week committed to accepting 10,000 more over the coming year.

[….]

“I think that the most senior leadership at the State Department, the National Security Council and the White House want to bring more refugees and so that’s something that we’re very focused on right now,” Richard told NPR.

[….]

“Well, next year the president has said we will bring 10,000. So the year after that I’d like to see a steep ramp up,” she said.

Obama will have one more shot at swamping your towns with Syrian refugees in September of 2016 when he submits his determination for FY2017, but he can’t dictate those numbers now.  Richard is probably saying 2017 should be a better year to get the human rights industrial complex agitators off her back (and Obama’s back).

More confirmation of what I have been saying, the UNHCR is dictating which Syrians we take! Thus we are getting mostly Muslim Syrians!

Refugee applications referred to the United States by the U.N. refugee agency undergo multiple security checks by several federal agencies.

There is more, click here.

See my previous post, it seems that Canadian immigration is going to try to circumvent the UNHCR.

7 Responses to “Anne Richard, Asst. Sec. of State: we want to ramp-up the Syrian numbers and “streamline” security screening”

  1. […] some combination, Secretary Richard has said that the vetting process for Syrians will be “streamlined.” The Pope, who is rapidly revealing himself to be of the Liberation Theology (i.e. Marxist) […]

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  2. […] some combination, Secretary Richard has said that the vetting process for Syrians will be “streamlined.” The Pope, who is rapidly revealing himself to be of the Liberation Theology (i.e. Marxist) […]

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  3. […] some combination, Secretary Richard has said that the vetting process for Syrians will be “streamlined.” The Pope, who is rapidly revealing himself to be of the Liberation Theology (i.e. Marxist) […]

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  4. […] some combination, Secretary Richard has said that the vetting process for Syrians will be “streamlined.” The Pope, who is rapidly revealing himself to be of the Liberation Theology (i.e. Marxist) […]

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  5. […] some combination, Secretary Richard has said that the vetting process for Syrians will be “streamlined.” The Pope, who is rapidly revealing himself to be of the Liberation Theology (i.e. Marxist) […]

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  6. sodiumpen said

    Here it comes: Kerry promises USA to take in 85,000 refugees in 2016, 100,000 in 2017

    “We will now go up to 85,000 with at least 10,000 over the next year in Syria specifically. And in the next fiscal year we will target 100,000,” he said.

    http://news.yahoo.com/us-85-000-refugees-2016-100-000-2017-165422619.html

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  7. Brittius said

    Reblogged this on Brittius.

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