Refugee Resettlement Watch

RRW Weekly roundup for week ending November 28, 2015

Posted by Ann Corcoran on November 29, 2015

I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday, but it is now time to get to work perhaps more seriously than you have ever done before on this issue.

Those who are promoting the resettlement of hundreds of thousands of refugees to America (like these churches we told you about this morning) are now pulling out all the stops.  I’ve been following this issue for eight years and I have never seen a campaign like the one that started in the wake of the Paris terror attack.

BELIEVE ME! THEY ARE WORRIED!  

The resettlement contractors have never been as worried as they are at this minute that their gravy train is being threatened by citizens standing up to them and that the issue is being discussed in American homes like never before.

The Obama Administration is worried that its final year to bring as many immigrant “seedlings” in to America as they can is in jeopardy.

There will be action in Congress, legal challenges to Governors who are standing up for state’s rights, and a major media blitz (already underway) to make you sound like a heartless bigot by the NO Borders Left who knew all along that Obama was changing America by changing the people!

We will have more tomorrow on what you need to do!

Here are our top three posts of the week (top daily posts are in the right hand side bar).  The third one is an older post.  It is always surprising to me why some old post takes off and goes viral.

Top Three Posts

1)Canada: Military thrown out of barracks to make room for Syrian refugees

2)Watch the death of Europe in 19 minutes….

3)First Syrian refugees arriving in Louisville, KY; helped with grant from Islamic charity

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

Top Ten Countries

Canada

UK

Australia

Romania (for the second week in the top ten!)

Germany

France

Sweden

Norway

Netherlands

India

For our thousands of new readers

We repeat this below on most weeks so that if you are arriving here for the first time, you will know how to get the full benefit from a visit to RRW:

I apologize as always for not being able to read all of your e-mails, answer all of your comments, or get to all of your phone calls.  It is just me here (LOL! a reader sent me an e-mail about a subscription problem and asked that maybe one of my staff could check on it for them.  I have no staff! My time is my charitable contribution to the cause.)

And since I have no staff….

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

Also, try typing a few key words into our search window and see if you can find what you are looking for—-I have to use it all the time because with over 7,000 posts archived here, I need to find out what I’ve said in the past on a given topic.

I screen comments, so if I’m away from the computer, yours might not be posted for hours.  Sorry about that, but there is life to be lived.

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 (except two I had previously committed to for 2016) 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 message from me for more tips on getting the most out of your visits to RRW.  As I said, 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.

Our facebook page, here, passed the 11,000 ‘likes’ mark last week!

And, our first Youtube video from last spring is over 2 million views now.  If you haven’t seen it, click here.  See also a video (not too long) of a talk I gave recently in the DC area (at VDARE).

8 Responses to “RRW Weekly roundup for week ending November 28, 2015”

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  4. Ann: You do great work keeping us informed on the Refugee issue/s Thank you John

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  5. Geraldine Lear said

    Ann, Really appreciate all the info you provide. Question: Why can’t governors get details @ the so called “refugees” deposited into each state ? Can’t they demand the information under the Freedom of Information Act? If Jerry Brown can’t get it, what chance do the rest of the govs have???? Not that my gov (Markell) cares! Yes, I’ve blasted him on his decision to admit these muslims to DE and suggested they move next door to him and Biden. Got the usual BS @ being a nation of immigrants. Not one word from him @ the very few Christians admitted from Syria. Keep up the good work…..

    Thanks, Gerri

    Why are the feds keeping this secret and how can they????

    Thanks….

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  6. som55 said

    Hi Ann, Plz post this OpEd on your anti-refugee FB page & email listserv for hateful discussions: http://www.oregonlive.com/opinion/index.ssf/2015/11/americas_proud_tradition_of_ge.html *Thank you* for continuously advocating against refugees.  Sincerely Som Subedi Portland, OR

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    Sunday, November 29, 2015, 2:47 PM -0800 from comment-reply@wordpress.com : >Ann Corcoran posted: “I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday, but it is now time to get to work perhaps more seriously than you have ever done before on this issue.

    Those who are promoting the resettlement of hundreds of thousands of refugees to America (like t” >

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  7. Jim Cain said

    As much as I admire you and would love to marry you, Annie (if not already married), your audience …. the despicable, dissipated “Christians” in the USA have LOST this battle already.

    IF the MONEY is not cut off, by this Congress, by December 11, then this battle is lost.

    I am a former Army officer, commander, Operations Officer, and led a life similar to General MacArthur and General Patton. [Get the 2 movies, with Gregory Peck and George C. Scott, if you haven’t seen them.]

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