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Baltimore: Crime/murder rates up, police force shrinking, and we are told refugees are bringing boom times

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 9, 2016

Of course consider the source of this glowing tale of how Baltimore’s economy is on the mend thanks to the large numbers of refugees and immigrants helping to revitalize the community.  The fluffy story is being peddled by non-other than Think Progress (think George Soros and John Podesta!).

But, first don’t miss the news from Reuters just two days ago about how Baltimore can’t find enough policemen for a dwindling force while the murder rate skyrockets.

Does it ever occur to the social engineering geniuses in the refugee resettlement industry/open borders movement that social unrest in inner cities could be coming from forcing ethnic diversity on a struggling African American community?  Do the American citizens see the special treatment refugees receive and does that cause some of the simmering anger to explode? (Remember we learned here that rioting blacks targeted the Arab-owned stores in those riots last year.)

Here is the Think Progress story that begins with the usual warm and fuzzy tale of a refugee ‘making it’ in Baltimore. (Don’t forget our news from yesterday about the storytelling propaganda campaign being spearheaded by the UN’s ‘The Hive.’)

We know from our research that refugees receive special grants and other loan programs that allow them to purchase homes and businesses—programs not available to the local African American community. Refugees also have special auto purchasing programs funded by you.

Some local politicians see refugee resettlement as a way to revitalize their cities and to harness talent and skills for entry-level jobs that many native-born Americans may not necessarily want to do. [What is this, ‘may not necessarily want to do?’ Might they necessarily want to do it if wages were higher? Aren’t wages depressed when large numbers of low-skilled refugees move in?—ed]

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Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has seen the value in resettling refugees in her town. Foreign-born workers earned about $1 billion in wages in 2011, with immigrants holding more than 27,000 jobs. They also own 21 percent of the city’s businesses, about three times more than the native-born population, a Baltimore City government report found. Beyond Baltimore, many other cities have found that resettling refugees could help grow the economy by allowing refugees to buy homes, learn English, and eventually become citizens. [Think Progress of course does not report on how much the immigrants take from the community in social service costs, school expenses, and certainly the criminal justice system!—ed]

Continue reading here.

So the star of this story came to the US after being an illegal alien in Malta!

Switching subjects!  This is the first time I have seen a media reference to the fact that ever since the Bush Administration the US State Department has been scooping up aliens/economic migrants who came to the island nation of Malta from North Africa ILLEGALLY, and presto-chango declaring them refugees!  I’ve been writing about this subject for almost nine years, this is just one recent post.

Do you know that when someone lands in Europe (for example) and asks for asylum that they are to be granted asylum in the first country in which they land (or rejected for asylum). But, the George Bush State Dept. changed all that for Malta.  We now take hundreds of Malta’s illegal aliens/economic migrants off their hands and transport them to America!

So, the star of Think Progress’s story was not a real refugee.  He was an alien who got to Malta and was living there for several years before, as he says, he chose to come to America!  WTH!  (See here, he was not a refugee!)

Admitted as a refugee to the United States in April, G.T., who asked for his real name to be withheld because he still has family back in Eritrea, didn’t always have a life this consistently American. He spent nine months trudging through Eritrea to Sudan, then another four months to Libya. From there, he took a perilous journey by boat to Malta, where he worked for three years and four months. While his own journey to Malta happened a few years before the European Union began facing a crush of refugees from Africa and the Middle East, his trek was hardly different from the one undertaken by millions of refugees traveling across the Mediterranean Sea.

In Malta, G.T. was happy “when I heard that there was a chance to go to America. Everyone knows that America has good opportunities,” G.T. told ThinkProgress in a phone interview. “That’s why I prefer to choose to come here.

Endnote: Think Progress ironically illustrates its story with a photo of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor which was created when some very rich and powerful developers, working in collusion with elected officials, condemned the homes and apartments of many of the city’s poor (including African Americans!) to develop the Inner Harbor. So poor people got the shaft and the supposed champions of the poor at Think Progress are apparently too dumb to know. One more reminder that ‘humanitarianism’ is only the cover used by the rich and powerful to line their pockets.

4 Responses to “Baltimore: Crime/murder rates up, police force shrinking, and we are told refugees are bringing boom times”

  1. […] Baltimore: Crime/murder rates up, police force shrinking, and we are told refugees are bringing boom… […]

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  2. turnabout’s fair play….. remember the integration movement of the 60’s, 70’s and #relaxandenjoyit – #blacklivesmatter – but not to islamic immigrants…. they’ll put a new spin on slavery in #America

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  3. Wouldn’t it be a hoot if all the white people and police force up and left Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake with a lawless city? Without police, the firemen wouldn’t venture downtown. Tourism would fall, businesses would shutter and leave and Baltimore would become a haven for criminals and bad people. Murder rate would sky rocket and the city would die.

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  4. Reblogged this on Rifleman III Journal.

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