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Archive for March 31st, 2016

Your tax dollars paid for nearly 200,000 “humanitarian arrivals” of one sort or another in 2015

Posted by Ann Corcoran on March 31, 2016

And the numbers I’m about to give you don’t account for the millions of needy migrants you are still supporting through some welfare/medicaid program or another from previous years!

Thanks to Joanne for pouring over the FY2017 Budget document for the federal Office of Refugee Resettlement in the Department of Health and Human Services.  And, this is only half of the story since the US State Department is also shelling out millions for the same group of refugees.  The US State Department budget likely adds another $2 billion to the $2 billion price tag below.

And remember! Much of this expenditure to care for these refugees/asylees/assorted other migrants (legal and illegal) flows through federal contractor middle men (for salaries, offices etc.)

Go here for the full report.

 

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Now check out these numbers on page 240!  195,231 arrived in FY 2015 for us to take care of (it’s not just the resettled refugee numbers, 70,000-85,000, being bandied about).

If you can’t read the numbers here they are for 2015:

Refugees:  69,933

Special Immigrant Visas: 8,709

Cuban/Haitian Immigrants 61,000  (look at that column and see the massive expansion of Cubans you are caring for!)

Asylees: 21,000

Trafficking victims: 863

Unaccompanied Children:  33,726

 

 

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You will see in the text that Obama is going to up the number in FY2017 to “213,000 humanitarian arrivals.”

This post is archived in our ‘where to find information’ and ‘refugee statistics’ categories.

Posted in Obama, Refugee Resettlement Program, Refugee statistics, Taxpayer goodies, Where to find information | Tagged: | 8 Comments »

David Miliband loves Hillary’s smile….

Posted by Ann Corcoran on March 31, 2016

….And, is the the man who is deciding the future of Montana (and other US states)!

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She has such a “fantastic smile.”

As the CEO of the New York City-based International Rescue Committee (IRC), we learned recently that he will be helping to decide which third world refugees will be seeded in Missoula, Montana through the newest IRC office there.

Miliband is the former British Foreign Secretary who came to NYC a few years ago to take the job (paid nearly a half a million dollars a year) to run the IRC (a US government funded refugee resettlement contractor).

We have an extensive archive on him and have on many previous occasions reported on his warm relationship with Hillary Clinton.  He was the first to call for 65,000 (mostly Muslim) Syrians to be admitted to the US this year, and has since demanded 100,000 this year.

Be sure to see: Miliband says we must embrace “political Islamism.”

Here The Telegraph hints that Miliband might be thinking about heading back to the UK (he is a British citizen) and jumping back into UK politics.

Don’t let the door hit you on the way out!

David Miliband has spoken of his true feelings for the Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton and his affection for her “fantastic smile”.

In an interview with ES Magazine, Mr Miliband opened up about his friendship with the Democratic candidate, as he praised her humor, intelligence and powerful smile.

He said he likes to think of her as “a friend” and that people are always surprised by her.

[….]

“You have to update your politics.”

He indicated he was considering a moved back to Britain admitting he will not be doing his current job

Mr Miliband, who currently heads the International Rescue Committee in New York, suggested he would not do the job “for ever” and indicated he was considering a moved back to Britain.

He also revealed he had been speaking to old Labour colleagues, including Pat McFadden MP, who was sacked by Mr Corbyn fir alleged “disloyalty”.

The article goes on to report that he opposes the UK leaving the EU because he is a hard core globalist.  Globalists believe not only in the free trade of commodities, but in the free movement of cheap laborers as well!

Posted in 2016 Presidential campaign, Colonization, Community destabilization, Europe, Muslim refugees, Refugee Resettlement Program, Taxpayer goodies, The Opposition, Who is going where | Tagged: , , , | 7 Comments »

Majority of Americans want ban on Muslim migration to America

Posted by Ann Corcoran on March 31, 2016

From The Intercept:

A MAJORITY of Americans now agree with banning all non-citizen Muslims from the United States, according to a new poll coming less than four months after Donald Trump first proposed the policy.

A YouGov/Huffington Post poll published this week found that 51 percent of Americans now support the ban, up from 45 percent in December. The same poll also found strong support for Sen. Ted Cruz’s proposal to “patrol and secure” Muslim neighborhoods, with 45 percent of Americans in favor.

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And, so Mr. Moghul, why do you think this is?

“Eight years ago, we congratulated ourselves on how we were allegedly the only country that could elect an Obama [A Muslim apologist?—ed]. Now we’re a country that would’ve banned his father from entering the country.”

It is because there is no sign that ‘moderate’ Muslims are going to police their own communities, countries and religion and stop the killers.  And, Obama did nothing to slow the jihadists either!

Posted in 2016 Presidential campaign, Colonization, Muslim refugees, Refugee Resettlement Program, So what did they expect? | Tagged: , | 13 Comments »

 
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