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Archive for November 13th, 2015

Calais (France) migrant camp on fire tonight

Posted by Ann Corcoran on November 13, 2015

I’m only seeing this news on the UK Mirror so far…..

Update:  Daily Mail says it was an electrical fire unrelated to Paris slaughter (almost an unbelievable coincidence).  By the way, if you are a new reader and wonder why there is a huge migrant camp packed with Middle Easterners and Africans at Calais, those are all supposed ‘asylum seekers’ who aren’t asking for asylum in France because they want asylum in the UK where they think the welfare goodies are better. Thus the many-years-long stalemate.

And, it isn’t clear if it is a result of the attacks in Paris by Islamic terrorists.

Fire has reportedly broken out at the ‘jungle’ refugee camp in the port of Calais in the hours following the terror attacks in Paris.

At around 11pm volunteers at the camp began sharing pictures of the blaze on social media.

And soon after an anti-migrant group known as ‘The Angry of Calais’ posted videos of the inferno on Facebook.

One video appears to show emergency services vehicles arriving at the camp, which houses around 6,000 migrants – mainly young men from Syria and North Africa.

Is the European civil war here already?

For our archive on Calais, click here.

Posted in Asylum seekers, Changing the way we live, Community destabilization, Crimes, diversity's dark side, Europe, Muslim refugees | Tagged: , , | 19 Comments »

Watch that horrific video again…..

Posted by Ann Corcoran on November 13, 2015

…..while you are watching the news from Paris where early reports are that the killers are Syrians, have a look at that video about the invasion of Europe we told you about here last night.

Breitbart has linked a new copy of the video, click here.

 

paris-21_3500572b

On the streets of Paris…..

 

Europe is reaping the whirlwind now because they “welcomed” the invaders for decades and ironically France has moved quickly to close its borders tonight (too late!).

Are we going to wake up now?

Posted in Crimes, diversity's dark side, Europe, Muslim refugees | Tagged: , , | 12 Comments »

Syracuse, NY refugee story confirms imported immigrant poverty does not revitalize cities

Posted by Ann Corcoran on November 13, 2015

Did you ever hear of the ‘big lie theory?’  Basically it says that the lie is so colossal no one would believe you made it up.  But, one of many big lies perpetrated by the refugee resettlement industry is the one which says pouring thousands of impoverished immigrants into a dying city will revive it—-a concept which defies logic and commonsense!

Here is a story in The Atlantic (not some right wing blog!) about how the city of Syracuse is becoming more impoverished as the refugees pour in.

For our readers from Minnesota, read the whole thing, because Somalis who are resettled in Syracuse are hightailing it to your neighborhood in search of jobs and better welfare (one Somali says he has to get money to send ‘home’ to Somalia). Which reminds me that phony-baloney studies on how immigrants supposedly bring boom times to cities, NEVER factor in the remittances the immigrants send out of the country thus making those dollars unavailable to the local economy.

New York map

If you live in New York State and want to learn more about what your state is giving refugees and who is involved, go here to this interactive map: https://otda.ny.gov/programs/bria/providers/default.asp?region=Central

Refugees falling into “perpetual poverty.”

SYRACUSE—Drive around this economically depressed city and the signs of the more than 10,000 refugees who have settled here are everywhere, from the ethnic grocery stores on the Northside to clusters of Somali Bantu women sitting in brightly colored veils and dresses in Central Village, one of the city’s housing projects in the Southside.

The number of refugees arriving in America is nearing a recent high, and will continue to track upward following an announcement by President Obama last month that the country would welcome at least 10,000 displaced Syrians.

Syracuse, like other cities in the North and Midwest that have experienced population losses, has put out the welcome mat for refugees, with Mayor Stephanie Miner joining 17 mayors in a letter to President Obama encouraging the country to accept even more Syrian refugees.

But Syracuse, like many other cities with large populations of refugees, is grappling with the challenges of bringing strangers from abroad to a down-and-out area. More than 70 different languages are spoken in Syracuse City schools, which a court has declared underfunded. Nearby Utica banned 17-to-20-year-olds from city schools, instead choosing to bus them to a school where they can’t earn a diploma. Syracuse is still trying to figure out how to find housing for refugees who can’t afford much and how to ensure, in a region where jobs are hard to come by, that refugees don’t fall into perpetual poverty.

So far, the city has struggled to deliver on those goals. According to analysis by Paul Jargowsky, a fellow at the Century Foundation, the number of high-poverty census tracts doubled in Syracuse from 2000 to 2013. Many of the areas that saw the highest jumps in concentrated poverty were Northside neighborhoods where large populations of refugees have resettled. Even there, refugees have a hard time finding affordable housing.

There is so much more, but I am running out of time.  Please read it all yourself especially if you are in apocket of resistance’ and need more ammunition to persuade your local government to keep refugee contractors out of your cities and towns.

Because there is so much other interesting news today, apologies to all who were waiting for a report from my trip to Washington yesterday, I am likely not going to get to it until later today or tomorrow…other duties call.

Click here for our many, many posts on Syracuse.

Posted in Changing the way we live, Colonization, Community destabilization, Legal immigration and jobs, Muslim refugees, Refugee Resettlement Program, Resettlement cities, Where to find information, Who is going where | Tagged: | Comments Off on Syracuse, NY refugee story confirms imported immigrant poverty does not revitalize cities

European civil war?

Posted by Ann Corcoran on November 13, 2015

Sooner or later, the signs are growing…..

 

Demonstrators in poland

Demonstrators in the streets of Warsaw Wednesday numbered in the 50,000 range and featured nationalistic, anti-EU slogans such as “Poland for Poles” and “Stop Islamization.”

 

Read the whole story at World Net Daily.

For all of our posts going back several years on the ‘Invasion of Europe,’ click here.

See this morning’s previous post on Sweden pulling up the ladder, but what will that mean as the invaders are still heading to “welcoming” Germany and Sweden.  Will the backup, just like water building behind a dam, cause crisis and chaos in those countries through which they are now flowing?

Don’t you think it is fascinating that we aren’t seeing daily reports of the European crisis in the mainstream media—even Fox News isn’t bringing us these images.   (Correction, maybe Fox is, but I don’t watch it very often anymore).

Posted in Colonization, Community destabilization, diversity's dark side, Europe, Muslim refugees, Stealth Jihad | Tagged: , | 10 Comments »

Sweden ‘pulls up the ladder’ and closes borders

Posted by Ann Corcoran on November 13, 2015

Invasion of Europe news…..

Sweden registering

Refugees register at Stockholm central mosque on Oct. 15, 2015. Photographer: Jonathan Nackstrand/AFP via Getty Images http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-11-11/sweden-resorts-to-temporary-border-controls-amid-refugee-crisis

First I saw this story from Al Jazeera about Sweden’s plan to close their border yesterday, and then I’m seeing that Breitbart tells us about the reaction of the migrants who had their feet in the door just the day before yesterday—they are happy Sweden is closing the gates behind them!

(Of course what will this mean for those already on the road behind them working their way northward through Europe?)

Al Jazeera:

Sweden will impose temporary border controls starting Thursday in response to an influx of refugees, a turnaround for a country known for its open-door policies that also threw down the gauntlet to other EU nations hit by a migration crisis.

Sweden’s prime minister is defending his decision to reintroduce border controls, saying it is no longer possible to properly control the country’s borders.

Stefan Lofven told reporters on Thursday that “when our authorities tell us we cannot guarantee the security and control of our borders, we need to listen.”

The decision by a Nordic state that touts itself as a “humanitarian superpower” underscored how the flow of refugees into the European Union is straining its prized system of open internal borders close to breaking point.

Sweden’s government had warned last week that it could no longer guarantee finding accommodation for newly-arrived refugees. [Remember the ‘no beds’ story, here—ed]

The minority government has faced pressure also from the center-right opposition and far-right, anti-immigrant Sweden Democrats — who are rising in polls — to tighten up on refugees.

The Swedish Migration Agency already plans to shelter thousands of refugees in heated tents due to a housing shortage, while some people may be accommodated in venues such as ski resorts and a theme park.

Some 10,000 refugees arrived last week, and 2,000 in one day — both records for Sweden. Compounding concerns, there have been more than a dozen suspected arson attacks on buildings earmarked for refugees in the last few months.

Why would Sweden take so many?

Now be sure to read Breitbart where those who got in are overjoyed that the border will be closed so they won’t have to compete with even more migrants for accommodations and welfare goodies.

One Syrian migrant told the paper: “I’m surprised how it is here in Sweden. If they can’t take care of us properly, they should not take so many”.

Good question!

See all of our posts, going back many years, about the ‘Invasion of Europe,’ here.  And see dozens and dozens of previous stories from Sweden (our Socialist canary in a coal mine) here.

Posted in Colonization, Community destabilization, diversity's dark side, Europe, Muslim refugees, Stealth Jihad, Taxpayer goodies, Who is going where | Tagged: , | 8 Comments »

Soros spawn continuing Daddy’s work with ‘Bend the Arc’ PAC

Posted by Ann Corcoran on November 13, 2015

Someone (can’t remember who) sent this description of a new PAC’s immigration “reform” initiative, and I am posting it because several of you have commented that George Soros is an old man and he can’t possibly continue the destruction of Europe, here (Orban says Soros behind the invasion), or America for much longer.   I said that he had sons who will fill his shoes and this is one of them.

Alex Soros

Meet the next generation: Alex Soros

Be sure to watch the 19 minute youtube video we posted last night to see Soros and other of his globalist pals’ handiwork. ***Update*** The video has already been taken down at Youtube!  (as someone predicted last night).  They don’t want you to see the truth! ***Update #2*** the video is back, some clever people made sure it didn’t disappear.

Who will be first to go when the Islamists are in full control of Europe, you tell me!

Learn about Bend the Arc’s mission (a Jewish partnership for justice) as it relates to immigration, here.

Now we have the opportunity to right decades of wrongs. Bend the Arc is targeting our efforts where we can make the most difference, as social justice advocates, and as Jews.

[….]

Bend the Arc is lobbying legislators in Washington and organizing locally across the country.

Then this is from an article at Politico back in April about Alex Soros’ new gig—-Bend the Arc:

The son of Democratic mega-donor George Soros is gearing up to play a more active role in the 2016 election with the launch of new political action committee focused on representing the views of Jewish Americans — beyond foreign policy.

Miliband Soros

Remember this 2013 post? That is Jonathan Soros on the left. In the center is David Miliband the CEO of one of our largest refugee resettlement contractors. And, George himself on the right who was receiving an award from Miliband. https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2013/11/09/federal-refugee-contractor-gives-freedom-award-to-george-soros/

Alex Soros, 29, who has steadily increased his political and philanthropic giving in recent years, has helped establish Bend the Arc PAC, the first ever national Jewish political action committee in America focused entirely on domestic issues. Bend the Arc, a non-profit, has an advocacy arm chaired by the younger Soros but has not previously had a political action committee.

Bend the Arc PAC will back progressive candidates by making direct contributions to their campaign committees. It will focus on issues such as income inequality, marriage equality, social justice and immigration reform.

“There’s an opportunity to launch something that actually speaks to what the American Jewish community cares the most about and to show the narrative of what the real American Jewish experience is,” Alex Soros said in an interview.

[….]

Soros said he hasn’t reached out yet to his father — a Hungarian Jew who became a billionaire after surviving the holocaust — about giving to Bend the Arc PAC.  [We all know how he ‘survived!’—ed]

Islamic supremacists must get a good laugh out of Bend the Arc funding Rep. Keith Ellison!  And, btw, Rep. David Cicilline is the Congressman who was promoting more Syrian refugee resettlement, here, for the Lutheran lobbyists late last month.

Bend the Arc PAC made its first round of endorsements on Tuesday. The group will be backing: Reps. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.), Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill.), Alma Adams (D-N.C.), Ruben Gallego (D-Ariz.), Barbara Lee (D-Calif.), Mark Takano (D-Calif.), David Cicilline (D-R.I.), Rick Nolan (D-Minn), Xavier Becerra (D-Calif.), Mike Honda (D-Calif.), Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-N.J.), and Yvette Clarke (D-N.Y.)

Watch for them!

Soros children: Alexander Soros, Andrea Soros, Jonathan Soros, Gregory Soros, Robert Soros

Posted in 2016 Presidential campaign, Community destabilization, Europe, Other Immigration, Refugee Resettlement Program, Stealth Jihad, The Opposition | Tagged: | 9 Comments »

 
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