Don’t miss more on the Somali roving gang in Minneapolis suburb; Governor says love it or leave it

Remember these are Dayton’s refugees!

Yesterday our simple post just reiterating what happened earlier in June when a gang of Somali ‘youths’ began roaming through an upscale suburb not far from Minneapolis went through the roof in number of readers.  I expect that is because everyone was imagining what they would do if this situation happened where they live.

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Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton: If you don’t like all the Somalis in the state, find another state in which to live!

Leo Hohmann at World Net Daily has a few more details and as is his usual practice he goes into more detailed information reported in the past on refugees in Minnesota.  This is important because every day new people become aware of the UN/US Refugee Admissions Program and it is critical to bring those new readers up to speed.

One thing Hohmann reminded us of was the past statements by Minnesota’s governor who is ‘all-in’ for more refugees to be seeded into the state primarily because the refugees are needed for the meat packers and other industries looking to keep their labor costs low. They say they can’t find enough Americans to do the work—how about paying a higher wage!

But, why should they when the US State Department and groups like Lutheran Social Services and Catholic Charities bring them all the low-skilled (cheap) refugee labor they need. Those laborers are then given gobs of welfare to supplement their meager wages—-great business model isn’t it! You supplement their wages!

Here is Hohmann reminding us of Governor Dayton’s smack-down of concerned citizens last fall: You don’t want more Somalis in Minnesota then find another state!

Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton, a Democrat, has let it be known his commitment to the multicultural model, the same model followed by the European Union which is now breaking apart, is unwavering.

Last October, Dayton told those attending a town-hall meeting in St. Cloud that those Minnesotans not comfortable with the arrival of Syrian refugees and the state’s expanding Somali population “should find a new state” because Minnesota’s economy “cannot expand based on white, B+, native-born citizens. We don’t have enough.”

More here.

Want to blame someone? Follow the money!

I’m urging all of you attempting to resist further colonization (or a start-up seeding project) of your towns and cities to look to your politicians—follow the money, find out who their donors are!  This is not a project driven by ‘humanitarian compassion’ (that is what they want you to think!), but by cold hard cash on the part of some and a desire by others (Democrats) to expand their voter power base.

13 thoughts on “Don’t miss more on the Somali roving gang in Minneapolis suburb; Governor says love it or leave it

  1. Your Minnesota Governor is IMPORTING GANGS to terrorize you and your neighborhoods at a MINIMUM cost to taxpayers of $20k each, annually, and the Police WON’T help you for 3+ hours because they don’t have ENOUGH PEOPLE to handle A GANG of 20-30 males who is holding your neighborhood hostage.

    What is wrong with this picture?

    Minnesota § 609.713. Terroristic Threats

    Subdivision 1. Threaten violence; intent to terrorize.

    Whoever threatens, directly or indirectly, to commit any crime of violence with purpose to terrorize another or to cause evacuation of a building, place of assembly, vehicle or facility of public transportation or otherwise to cause serious public inconvenience, or in a reckless disregard of the risk of causing such terror or inconvenience may be sentenced to imprisonment for not more than five years or to payment of a fine of not more than $10,000, or both. As used in this subdivision, “crime of violence” has the meaning given “violent crime” in section 609.1095, subdivision 1, paragraph (d).

    Subd. 2. Communicates to terrorize.

    Whoever communicates to another with purpose to terrorize another or in reckless disregard of the risk of causing such terror, that explosives or an explosive device or any incendiary device is present at a named place or location, whether or not the same is in fact present, may be sentenced to imprisonment for not more than three years or to payment of a fine of not more than $3,000, or both.

    Subd. 3. Display replica of firearm.

    (a) Whoever displays, exhibits, brandishes, or otherwise employs a replica firearm or a BB gun in a threatening manner, may be sentenced to imprisonment for not more than one year and one day or to payment of a fine of not more than $3,000, or both, if, in doing so, the person either:

    (1) causes or attempts to cause terror in another person; or

    (2) acts in reckless disregard of the risk of causing terror in another person.

    (b) For purposes of this subdivision:

    (1) “BB gun” means a device that fires or ejects a shot measuring .18 of an inch or less in diameter; and

    (2) “replica firearm” means a device or object that is not defined as a dangerous weapon, and that is a facsimile or toy version of, and reasonably appears to be a pistol, revolver, shotgun, sawed-off shotgun, rifle, machine gun, rocket launcher, or any other firearm. The term replica firearm includes, but is not limited to, devices or objects that are designed to fire only blanks.


  2. The arrogance of politicians and the big contractors is amazing. These two groups are not touched by the damage they bring to communities.
    How did the people of Minn elect someone as arrogant as Dayton?

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  3. Some USDA facts about meatpacking industry: (Part my synopsis and part quotes)

    In 1980 46% were union (United Food & Commercial Workers) with base wage of $10.69/hour in 1982. Large meatpacking companies pressed for substantial wage reductions, similar to the non-union, smaller plants, and large plant wages eventually dropped to $8.25/hour. From 1983 -86 there were 158 work stoppages due to wage, etc disputes. By 1997 union membership dropped to 21%. Wages continued to decline due to the use of replacing the workforce with immigrants.

    “Declining unionization coincided with changes in
    slaughter plant demographics. Immigrants, primarily
    from Southeast Asia, Mexico, and Central America,
    make up large and growing shares of the workforces at
    both hog and cattle slaughter plants. This has led to
    striking transformations in the rural communities that
    must provide schooling and social services to the
    workers and their families (U.S. General Accounting
    Office, 1998).”

    “. . .Declines in unionization and increases in the use of
    immigrant workers coincided with sharp declines in
    real wages. . .But by 1992, wages in large cattle and hog plants had
    fallen sharply in nominal terms and dramatically in
    real terms.16 Moreover, the plant size differential had
    disappeared; the largest plants paid wages no different
    from those offered in any of the plants with 100 or
    more employees, and wages were only 17 percent
    higher than those earned in poultry slaughter plants.”

    A chart on page 16 graphically shows the decline in wages due to the use of immigrant help. Remember this the next time someone tells you “They are doing work Americans don’t want to do”. Clearly, that was, and is, not the case. They have been used to drastically reduce wages of formerly good paying jobs. We wonder why the ‘middle class’ is disappearing?

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  4. Dayton’s Kids? I thought they were Obama’s sons of bitches. His future National Civilian Security Force who will be armed just like our military to strip American Gun Owners of their weapon then demand them to submit to Islam or be shot. I figure such a move will constitute another American Revolution #2 and this time we aren’t taking prisoners and won’t be using muzzle loading muskets.


  5. Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton is a shill for the meat packing industry locally and a big reason we are struggling against a corrupt federal government propelled by corporate greed. Don’t think for a minute this is a humanitarian outreach. It parallels the refugee situation in Germany. Germany (and Minneapolis) need the cheap labor so the corporate thugs can keep their profits up and and Wallstreet happy (at least in Minneapolis’ case). All while we subsidize their business model by paying taxes which are used to give welfare and EBT cards to the Somali refugees who do not make enough from the corporation to even live a meager existence. Wake up people. Corporations have us coming and going. Vote with your pocketbook. Quit buying from these corporate thieves.

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    1. I don’t wish anything bad on anyone, but there’s a part of me that keeps pointing to the inevitable future of these meat packers, like a narrow-eyed Cassandra who is waiting to slap these corporate dimwits silly, if they don’t wake up from their glorious dreams of counting profits. They aren’t ushering in docile servants they can pay little, then the taxpayers can pick up the rest.

      First of all, the costs associated with this influx of third worlders is devastating communities, schools, law enforcement and health care. Maybe that doesn’t bother the big guys and they think they have a super-duper shield against diseases and increased crime, but they’re also bringing in an ideology that intends to dominate and will do so, in part, by taking over the operation of their plants to comply with Shariah law and for some, leveling their plants, with great big booms, to interrupt the food supply and to strike terror into the hearts of the kufir, as a means to force submission to Shariah law onto all of us, including the big guys and their families. Got daughters? The meat packers, themselves, are also introducing food-borne illnesses that require recalls of massive amounts of food, due to the ideological hygiene practices of their cheap labor.

      There is no such thing as massive “cheap labor” or pushing the real cost off onto someone else. We are all paying and are going to pay in a lot more ways than welfare and food stamps. There is no escape for the big guys either, when we reach the point of critical mass.

      That’s not the way to secure future profits either. It’s the way to commit suicide. And when that happens, hello Congress, they are going to blame you for lying and not doing your job to protect them. They’ll conveniently forget about all those donations they made and all those lobbyists they paid for, because the buck really does stop with you.

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  6. The Country Club set there, with pockets filled from Wall Street and banks, declare that the refugees are filling jobs Americans don’t want. They are told this and repeat it, as obedient overeducated slaves trained to worship money, exuding its the truth and a disbeliever must therefore be a racist.

    The fight must be to hack Political Correctness, it’s a medical condition, a syndrome like the bioweapon Lyme Disease becomes, but its to the mind.

    It is interesting to observe slaves on every level in every strata of society. Seemingly formed out of a very narrow idea, holding to a small particular thing, belief, and unwilling to be free. Yes, unwilling to let go and see what the Divine is really going to provide. We are at a cosmic turning point. Religion is way too small to hold onto for this.


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