That Minnesota is the state receiving the most Somalis is no surprise as the US State Department and its contractors work to help create the new Somalia in Minnesota.
Since I was checking numbers this morning, see Syrian refugees in previous post, I thought I might check Somalis too. (Of course all Somalis are Muslims, or almost all of them.)
595 in the month of October were distributed around the US.
Go here to see how many Somalis we have admitted since the mid 1980s and ask why the heck are we still bringing them in here?
And, go here to see where I’m getting this data.
Here are the top ten states for Somali resettlement for the first month of FY2016 (some numbers aren’t clear on the map):
New York (51)
Minnesota pay attention!
Then I decided to check where they went in Minnesota in the last 4 weeks and the numbers surprised me (I think it will surprise Minnesotans more!). It was only two weeks ago that Minnesota Governor Dayton caused a stir when he said if you don’t like the Somali migration to Minnesota, find another state in which to live! BTW, infidel Dayton won’t have a political future in the state once the Muslim population reaches a certain level.
Of the 80 who were placed in Minnesota in the last 4 weeks, here (below) is where they went. If 80 (or so) continue to be resettled in MN this year (FY2016), the state will see another nearly 1,000 needy Somalis arrive from Africa and elsewhere in the world (in addition to 1,000-2,000 secondary Somali migrants from other parts of the US that regularly arrive in MN as part of the colonization of the state).
Saint Cloud (32)
St. Paul (1)
Meanwhile the UNHCR is returning Somalis to Somalia from camps in Kenya, so why do we still have to bring them here?