Refugee Resettlement Watch

Another story about refugees living in slums, Syracuse this time….

Posted by Ann Corcoran on March 27, 2016

….where Catholic Charities is seeding the city with Somalis!

Let me repeat! Catholic Charities is responsible in this story about Somalis living in slums in Syracuse.

holy trinity syracuse

No Easter mass today at Syracuse’s former Holy Trinity Catholic church which became a mosque in 2014, thanks to Catholic Charities continuing transformation of Syracuse. https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2014/08/08/syracuse-catholic-church-becomes-mosque-update/

Watch! Instead of recognizing that we are resettling more impoverished people (with no chance at upward mobility) to American slums in the name of ‘Christian charity’ than we can afford, they will all be demanding more tax dollars rather than a slowdown in the process.

Obama and his ‘religious’ contractors, are expecting to resettle a whopping 85,000 this year alone!

Cloward and Piven live before your very eyes!

From Syracuse.com (emphasis is mine):

Syracuse, NY — There’s no heat or water in the dead of winter. Urine and feces dirty the hallways. Children go to school scarred by bedbug bites. Drug dealers take refuge inside busted doors.

This is what America looks like for dozens of refugees, who fled war and persecution to find a North Side apartment complex that is no refuge.

And U.S. taxpayers are footing the bill, paying thousands of dollars in rents each month to owners who haven’t consistently paid water bills, maintained the property or provided adequate security.

That’s according to a class-action lawsuit filed in February on behalf of more than 40 Somali refugees living at the Kimton Apartments, 1313 Butternut St., for years known as “Little Mo” after the Somali capital of Mogadishu. The lawsuit argues the problems are so big that they affect everyone living in the building.

Mike Melara

Mike Melara runs this office of Catholic Charities using his “entrepreneurial” instincts.

Tenants “came to this country with the promise of a new life, where they and their children would be safe,” lawyer Josh Cotter wrote in the lawsuit. “Upon their arrival, they found their new home is not much better than the refugee camps they just left.”

[….]

“African houses are more beautiful than American houses,” she said.

[….]

Very few Somali refugees make it to America.  [The reporter apparently has no clue that the number of Somalis admitted to the US is well on its way to 150,000!—ed]

Continue reading about the slum landlord and its property manager connected to Catholic Charities.

The report says the Somalis have been offered opportunities to leave, but don’t want to break up their Somali “community.”  So much for assimilation!

Photo:  Learn more about the man running the resettlement program in Syracuse, here.

For new readers, click here for past posts on New York, one of the top 5 resettlement states in the nation.

Update!  This morning Chuck Todd on Meet the Press suggested that what happened in Belgium wouldn’t happen here because our Muslims were not living in slums with no assimilation going on….oh really Chuck!

10 Responses to “Another story about refugees living in slums, Syracuse this time….”

  1. […] Another story about refugees living in slums, Syracuse this time…. […]

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  2. Senatssekretär Freistaat Danzig said

    Reblogged this on behindertvertriebentessarzblog.

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  3. I would like to know what was happening in Somalia, where they come from. Are they really refugees from war? Can’t help being cynical after seeing the waves of Middle Eastern young men, healthy, strong, wearing western sneakers, blue jeans, and Tommy Hilfigers t-shirts. They are not fleeing anything- but looking for a free ride…and worse! A bomb lab in the kitchen perhaps. Why aren’t they staying and fighting in their home countries?
    If these Somalis are really war refugees we should send them back after a reasonable period to help rebuild their country.

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    • Ann Corcoran said

      Exactly right about sending them back to rebuild their country, but why would they want to work that hard when they have grown up with welfare in the West. And, you know there is something missing in their character that keeps them fighting for their country. They are not like us in America. Reminder to everyone that once the spigot is open for certain streams of refugees it rarely closes. Once the Syrian flow begins in earnest the war could end there this year and they will still be flooding in here for the next decade.

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  4. Cherry said

    Reblogged this on NC Refugee Watch and commented:
    This is what happens after the money is gone.

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  5. Catholic Charities is long known to be a front for the implementation of socialism. The Roman hierarchy functions much smoother in socialist countries. PI

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  6. WAKE UP AMERICA! Coming to YOUR city soon if YOU don’t email your congressmen and state reps and demand it stop!

    https://emailcongress.us/

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  7. Reblogged this on Rifleman III Journal.

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  8. […] Another story about refugees living in slums, Syracuse this time…. […]

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  9. futuret said

    SO ARE MANY AMERICAN BORN CITIZENS LIVING IN SLUMS; SO WE SHOULD BRING IN MORE, SO THAT THEY CAN SLUM WITH US. THIS ENTIRE COUNTRY IN TURNING INTO A SLUM; ALONG WITH PARENTS HAVING TWO OR MORE JOBS (IF AVAILABLE) JUST SO THEY CAN BARELY BREATHE. LOOK AROUND AND SEE ALL THE HOMELESSNESS THAT ARE NOT REFUGEES AND TAKE A LOOK AT THE VETERANS. EVERYONE IS JUST ABOUT THROWN OUT OF THEIR OWN COUNTRY GLOBALLY, SO THAT OTHERS CAN TAKE OVER THE SLUMS AS WELL, THIS MAKES A HELL OF A LOT OF SENSE.

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