Refugee Resettlement Watch

RRW Weekly roundup for week ending October 30th, 2015

Posted by Ann Corcoran on November 1, 2015

Before I give you the three top posts this past week, I would like to respond to a reader who asked what more could she do.  It has been a while since I mentioned my big nag—write a state or local blog on what you learn about refugee resettlement and any other migration (including illegal!) going on where you live.  A facebook page is o.k. but it’s hard for someone a year later to find documents you have unearthed.

Use our free speech while we still have it!

Researching the material and writing a free blog (or a website) from the comfort of your home is very easy and then others who come along later can benefit from what you have learned, from the facts you have gathered.  Also, take pleasure in knowing that those who are seeking to change America with mass migration (like those running that Washington DC pow-wow I wrote about on Friday) have operated with such secrecy for years that they will be furious when exposed as more and more Americans catch on—-help your friends and neighbors understand what is happening to us (and the whole western world)!

With the facts that you provide, I’m hopeful that citizens who love America will then pressure elected officials at all levels of government to pull back from the edge, from the edge of destruction of Western Civilization.  It is that important.

Here then are the Top Three Posts bringing readers to RRW this past week.   Top daily posts are in the right hand side bar.

Top Three Posts:

1)Sweden: Ungrateful ‘refugees’ refuse housing in a beautiful wooded location….

2)Paul Ryan speakership campaign reveals traitors in our midst (South Carolina and Idaho pay attention)

3)Gatestone: Sweden close to collapse

I have been predicting for years that Sweden would be the first European country to collapse under the weight of mass migration, but I didn’t expect to see the crisis accelerate so quickly. It is impossible for a welfare state, like Sweden, to absorb tens of thousands of needy third worlders year after year and survive.

Here are the Top Ten Countries from which readers arrived at RRW this past week (excluding the US of course).

Top Ten Countries:

Canada

UK

Australia

Germany

Sweden

Netherlands

Czech Republic

Norway

France

South Africa

For new and old readers:

I apologize as always for not being able to read all of your e-mails or get to all of your phone calls.  It is just me here.

You might try finding your answers at our relatively new—Frequently Asked Questions (linked above in the header).

I very much appreciate all of your requests for me to speak to your groups, but I am not taking any more speaking trips for the foreseeable future mostly because I believe my strength is in researching and reporting the news while traveling gobbles up enormous amounts of my time.

Go here to a previous weekly round-up for more tips on getting the most out of your visits to RRW.  We have over 7,000 posts archived here so you might need some guidance in finding useful information.

Follow me on twitter because there is so much breaking news on refugees that I can’t possibly post it all! So please follow me on twitter or follow the twitter feeds in my right hand sidebar to keep up with the news!  I am @RefugeeWatcher, click here.  I’m posting articles there that readers send me, but that I simply can’t post for lack of time.

P.S. I’m going to try (again!) to write shorter posts so that I can get more posted each day as the subject of mass migration is exploding worldwide.

4 Responses to “RRW Weekly roundup for week ending October 30th, 2015”

  1. ELN said

    Reblogged this on ELLIOT LAKE News and commented:
    It’s FREE, and it’s EASY, and does not require a private hosting service or domain name! There are hundreds of thousands of blogs (WeB-Logs) currently floating around cyberspace, and you could easily become a citizen journalist wishing to express yourself.

    https://elliotlakenews.wordpress.com/2011/09/06/start-your-own-news-blog/

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    • Ann Corcoran said

      Thanks so much for helping spread the word on this—we need many thousands more citizen journalists since there are few real investigative journalists anymore and there is so much more to investigate surrounding corrupt government programs at all levels.

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  2. Brittius said

    Reblogged this on Brittius.

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