Sec. of State Kerry visits “Jihad Central” to celebrate World Refugee Day

The White House tells us that Sec. of State Kerry went to the ADAMS Center (aka Jihad Central) yesterday to celebrate World Refugee Day!

Watch and listen to Kerry praise the “wonderful work” the ADAMS Center does, by clicking here.

I had a good laugh when I saw this press release from the White House tooting the Administration’s own horn about what great things they are doing for (Muslim) refugees and for America.  What B.S.!

I don’t get how the obviously planted stories (like this one) about how we ARE NOT going to get to Obama’s and John Kerry’s goal of admitting 85,000 refugees this year meshes with the White House message.  And, I especially laughed when I thought of that dreadful Idaho case making the news 3 weeks late, but ironically on World Refugee Day.

Here is Ms. Cecilia Munoz with the horn-tooting message:

Every year, on World Refugee Day, communities across the globe honor the courage and resilience of refugees and celebrate their contributions to the communities where they have started life anew.

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Cecilia Munoz, Obama’s right hand Hispanic, working to change America by changing the people.

As the President highlighted in his World Refugee Day statement, this year’s commemoration comes at an especially challenging time. More people are fleeing persecution and being displaced by violence than at any time on record. That’s why the President has challenged his team – and world leaders – to do even more in response to today’s unprecedented challenge.

At the White House, we are honored to work alongside a deeply committed team that is focused on strengthening our response to the needs of refugees around the world. Our colleagues at the Departments of State and Homeland Security are working hard to meet the President’s goal of admitting 85,000 refugees this year, including at least 10,000 Syrian refugees, and to prepare to resettle even more refugees next year, a process that involves extensive reviews and security screenings. And the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is providing resettled refugees with critical resources to fully integrate and maximize their potential once they arrive.

We are also preparing for the President’s Leaders’ Summit on Refugees, which will take place later this year on the margins of the 71st session of the UN General Assembly. At this global gathering, President Obama and other world leaders are seeking to generate broader and deeper commitments to increase humanitarian aid for refugees, provide refugees in more countries with new resettlement opportunities, and help more children go to school and allow adults to work and support themselves and their families. [How is Obama going to explain to the UN the huge backlash in America against the idea of resettling more Muslim refugees!—-ed]

More confirmation that “interfaith” groups and mosques are using the refugee program to increase the Muslim population of the US:

And later today, Secretary of State John Kerry will meet with interfaith leaders, refugees who have been resettled to the United States, and representatives from refugee resettlement organizations. He will also give remarks as a part of an interfaith iftar at the ADAMS center, a mosque located in Sterling, Virginia, which has a strong history and record of working with interfaith partners to support the resettlement of refugees.

Again, visit Kerry’s remarks at the ADAMS Center. He takes a whack at Trump and you “bigots.”

US won’t make Syrian resettlement goal this year say refugee contractors

This is a strange turn of events.  For the last couple of months we have been told (repeatedly) that the Obama Administration is on target to get its 10,000 Syrian Muslims placed in your towns by September 30th (the end of fiscal year 2016). We were told Obama sent an army of people to the Middle East to step-up the security screening process and now we are to believe that they can’t make the goal.

Don’t get me wrong, if true, that is good. But….

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Eskinder Negash (a former refugee), a Veep at USCRI (a federal contractor) before he went to the Obama Admin to be head of the Office of Refugee Resettlement, and is now Veep again at USCRI (the contractor/govt. revolving door on full display!) is still hopeful they will reach 10,000 Syrians this year.

What’s up with this! Have they found more security concerns? Are the contractors downplaying expectations to protect Obama?

Here we have the Huffington Post (in a story that reads like it was planted) quoting many officials from the refugee resettlement companies matter-of-factly saying there won’t be 10,000 Syrians coming. Huh?

In September, Secretary of State John Kerry declared that the U.S. would go from taking in 70,000 refugees per year to accepting 85,000 in fiscal year 2016 and 100,000 in the year after that. President Barack Obama specified, in the days following the Paris terror attacks in November, that at least 10,000 refugees taken in would be Syrian.


Kerry explained that the numbers of people resettled in America can’t realistically be any higher because of the rigorous post-9/11 screening requirements. The U.S. refuses to take any shortcuts on security.


It’s unlikely that the United States will resettle a total of 85,000 refugees in the 2016 fiscal year, let alone 10,000 Syrians, according to experts.

The quota is “not a hard and fast rule, it’s kind of just what people are hoping for. It depends on how processing continues overseas,” William Haney, associate director for external relations at Church World Service, one of the nine domestic resettlement agencies, told The Huffington Post.

Since Oct. 1, 2015, 2,805 Syrians have been resettled across the U.S., according to the State Department’s Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration’s latest figures, released after May 31, 2016. That’s almost 30 percent of the 10,000 goal.

It’s progress from last year, when only 1,682 Syrians were resettled in total, said Eskinder Negash, senior vice president at the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants.

“Things are slower than we anticipated,” added Helen Molinaro, the assistant director for refugee pre-arrival services at the Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service.

But it’s rare that the U.S. meets its refugee resettlement targets, Negash said. Although it wouldn’t be unusual for the 10,000 figure not to be reached, it would represent “another disappointment,” he added.


Large pushes to reach the quota are common in July and August, before the fiscal year ends.

More than one-third of all Syrian resettlements so far this fiscal year happened in May, meaning that similar figures in the summer months could bring the U.S. closer to its target.

“I’m hopeful that there will be some expedited processing and we’ll have a better number to show,” Negash said.

What are the numbers so far?

I just checked the numbers and we have resettled 45,736 refugees this fiscal year as of June 15th. That means that in order to get to their dream number, 85,000 from all over the world, they have to get 39,264 seeded in towns in 49 states with only 3 and 1/2 months to go in the fiscal year.  They might not make it!

Very strange in light of the fact that the O-man and Kerry bragged about this 85,000 goal for the year.  And, they want 100,000 in here in 2017! (If Trump is elected in November he can halt the program or revise the numbers downward, but if Hillary is to be our next President, you can assume this program will not be slowed or reformed in any way.)

And what about that big Obama show in September at the UN, won’t he be embarrassed?

Could they have run into some really serious screening problems with the Syrians? Or, maybe they don’t have enough capacity in your towns to ‘welcome’ such large numbers? LOL! or maybe they couldn’t find enough Syrians who want to come to the US!

Update on Twin Falls, Idaho sexual assault case, boys are refugees

Update June 22: Families of boys in alleged attack evicted from apartment complex, here.  And, Breitbart has a story as well, here.

Latest Update thanks to reader Robin: Citizens gave the Twin Falls city council an earful last evening.  Read this! (click here).

We told you what we knew here yesterday.  The details of the assault are now beginning to come out even as the case has supposedly been sealed by a judge.  Clearly something happened and clearly the elected leaders and other officials in Twin Falls were trying to hide something!

Reporter Leo Hohmann of World Net Daily interviewed the woman who discovered the incident.  Hohmann’s (updated this morning) report begins with this:

A 5-year-old girl was sexually assaulted by two boys at an apartment complex in Twin Falls, Idaho, and some local residents are charging the police and city officials with covering up the fact that the boys are from Muslim immigrant families from Sudan and Iraq.

Although not yet confirmed, the alleged perpetrators, ages 14, 10 and 7, appear to be from refugee families.

In a new twist to the story, the Twin Falls City Council met Monday night and was given an earful by residents who warned last year that exactly this type of criminal behavior was being invited into their community through refugee resettlement.

“Islam has declared global jihad on us,” Vicky Davis of Twin Falls told the council. “And Obama, this administration, is bringing them in as fast as he possibly can.”

“They’re on your head, your head, your head, yours, yours,” she said as she pointed at each member of the council.

Twin Falls is one more than a dozen “pockets of resistance” across the U.S. where residents are protesting the arrival of refugees from Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, Sudan and other Muslim nations.


For details on what the witness reported to police continue reading here at WND.

I’m mentioned in the story because I told Hohmann that if the US State Department and its contractors acted with transparency wherever they placed refugees in towns across the country, then maybe misunderstandings wouldn’t develop and maybe there might be some trust.  But, the whole refugee industry has operated in secrecy for over 35 years, so what do they expect when things like this incident happen.

Also, because the industry is so deeply invested in a phony narrative—that everything involving refugees is so good and wonderful— they find themselves boxed-in and have to be extra secretive when one of their ‘angels’ gets in trouble with the law.


Just as I was preparing to post this, I read the Idaho Statesman story and sure enough there is no doubt that the boys are from refugee families placed in Idaho.  And, there is no doubt that if local residents (criticized by their elected officials) hadn’t pushed this story out to the public (heck the attack happened nearly 3 week ago!), with a few small errors like the nationalities of the perps, the whole case would have been swept under the rug!

Here is what the Idaho Statesman reported late yesterday:

The criminal cases against those juveniles have been sealed, as is customary when children are charged. Although prosecutors and police are barred from discussing certain details in sealed juvenile cases, Loebs laid out the basics in an interview Monday with the Times-News. And Twin Falls Police Chief Craig Kingsbury briefed the public on the incident at a City Council meeting later in the evening, saying he wanted to clear up falsehoods circulating on social media.

According to those officials, three boys were involved, ages 7, 10 and 14, and the alleged victim was a 5-year-old girl. The boys are from Sudan and Iraq; none are Syrian. They are being held at a juvenile detention facility. Officials suspect the boys have been in the Unites States fewer than two years, but their refugee status wasn’t immediately clear to the police chief.

So, as Hohmann reported in his story a large number of the refugees placed in Twin Falls are from the Sudan and Iraq. Makes it clear to me!

Twin Falls has not received any Syrian refugees but it has received 308 refugees from mostly Muslim Iraq and another 161 mostly Muslim Sudanese refugees since 2009 [when Obama took office—ed], according to the U.S. State Department’s Refugee Processing Center.

Now it’s time for the US State Department, Jan Reeves, and the resettlement contractor in Twin Falls to fess-up and admit these are their refugees.

See our extensive Twin Falls archive here.

Photo provided by a local resident:  We have corrected our original photo caption. The photo was not taken at the apartment complex as we originally thought, but we learn from reporter Hohmann that it was here: This photo was taken outside the juvenile detention center in Idaho showing family of two of the Sudanese boys who allegedly stripped and sexually assaulted a 5-year-old girl while an older boy filmed them.