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Weekly roundup for week ending September 9th, 2016

Posted by Ann Corcoran on September 11, 2016

This is going to be a quick summary of the top posts of the past week because there is just too much other information I need to get posted. (New readers might want to visit last week’s round-up with lots more background information about RRW.)

The Top Three Posts of the past week are as follows (for top daily posts, see right hand sidebar):

First refugees to arrive in Missoula, MT are homeless; time for local do-gooders to step up

So America! Are you ready for Rohingya Muslims and their ‘cultural’ differences?

Target House Freedom Caucus before September 15th, tell them to halt all funding for expanded refugee program

Here comes the nagging again!

On this last one, are you ready for tomorrow and every day this week?

Do you have a list of who you are going to call or write to in Washington? If you are just arriving here today for the first time, see my tag ‘Where is Congress’ for background.

By the way, many of those on the Freedom Caucus have been friends on various conservative issues, but that is no excuse to leave them alone on this oneprobably the most important issue facing this country since its founding.  As I have said on many occasions we can roll back all sorts of progressive agenda items, but once they change the demographic make-up of America we are done.  Frankly you won’t be rolling back the Hijra as their numbers mushroom!

A reader suggests you might want to contact Speaker Paul Ryan’s office here (not his Congressional office, but the Speaker’s office) and tell him you want Congress to DEFUND THE REFUGEE PROGRAM!

The Refugee Industry will be out in force in Washington this week as they prime the propaganda pump for Obama’s big United Nations pow-wow next week (on the 20th) where Obama will say he wants as many as 200,000 refugees admitted to the US in FY17. 

Finally, the reason I wanted to make a new video is because I want to help all Americans understand that this is not about Obama anymore! This is about the Republicans we elected to protect us in Washington!

Remember they can’t flood your towns with the third world if they don’t have enough of your money to do it! And, the Republicans hold the purse strings!

 

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Never forget! 15 years after 9/11

Posted by Ann Corcoran on September 11, 2016

The moment when everything changed for America and the world.

For many years (on 9/11) I’ve made a point of visiting Pamela Geller (here in 2010) to watch a heartbreaking and powerful presentation of what happened on that horrible day (the video may take a few minutes to load).

 

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The first plane.

 

And by this time on that morning 15 years ago, we all knew that Islamic terrorists had declared war on the civilized world.

 

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The second plane. God rest their souls.

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Slow the flow of impoverished refugees to Fargo, ND say county commissioners

Posted by Ann Corcoran on September 11, 2016

Here we go again, yet another story of a city overloaded (housing shortages, social services strained), but the main reason I’m posting this is to point out their (DOS and its contractors) little trick about bringing the family over later.

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They can’t cut back in North Dakota because LSS has a big brand spanking new building to pay for. (I checked it out on my travels through the Dakotas this summer)

With all those new seed communities being developed now: Rutland, VT, Missoula, MT, Charleston, WV, Northhampton, MA, etc. we will ultimately hear the same story. You see they get an ethnic ‘community’ established and then the contractors give you the sob story about how they must reunite families.  If you squawk at that point you are a mean and hateful person.

This is how seeding/colonizing works! They put so-called “free cases” in Bismark, but next year they will bring the relatives of that first group!

From the Grand Forks Herald:

FARGO — By a wide margin, the Fargo area takes in more refugees than any other place in North Dakota.

Fargo, West Fargo and Moorhead, Minn., have received a total of 6,220 refugees since 1997 — over three times the number who arrived in Grand Forks and Bismarck combined, according to Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota (LSS), the nonprofit group hired by the federal government to resettle refugees in North Dakota and Moorhead.

Cass County Commissioner Chad Peterson brought up this discrepancy at a meeting of refugee resettlement officials on Thursday, Sept. 8. He told the group he’d like to see refugees spread more proportionately across the state, given that Cass County’s social service system doesn’t have enough money to meet their needs.

“Right now, our social services is overburdened to the nth degree,” he said. “There is a substantive burden spent when we have folks in this quantity coming in that make the lower salaries.”

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Dykshoorn

Shirley Dykshoorn, who oversees refugee resettlement for LSS, said one reason so many refugees land in the Fargo area is the availability of housing and support services, as well as job and education opportunities.

Another factor is that the Fargo area has the state’s biggest ethnic community, and a large amount of LSS resettlement work involves reuniting incoming refugees with relatives already living here. “Family ties help remove or reduce isolation, and support the families,” Dykshoorn said, noting that refugees without ties are mostly being sent to Bismarck.

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Scherling (county commissioner) agreed that western North Dakota could offer opportunities for refugees. Though, she acknowledged that finding affordable housing there is difficult and added that the same issue exists in Cass County. “Affordable housing is tough everywhere,” she said.

So what else is new! A shortage of housing isn’t stopping them in Missoula, MT or Buffalo, NY either.

By the way, the parent organization of LSS North Dakota is 95% federally funded.

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Large numbers of child brides living with older migrant men in Germany, elsewhere

Posted by Ann Corcoran on September 11, 2016

So are they going to give up this aspect of their ‘culture’ when they assimilate to life in the West?  I doubt it.

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This is creeping sharia, by the way. Where are Europe’s feminists who should be fighting for the young girls?

And, it just occurred to me, is the US admitting Muslim refugees with young girls as wives?  Is anyone reporting that information? And, are they even legally married?

Invasion of Europe news….

From Russia Today:

Some 1,475 minor refugees, mostly girls, have arrived in Germany already married, the majority of whom come from Syria, Afghanistan, and Iraq, an official report cited by German media says. Almost one in four are reportedly less than 14 years old.

The numbers from the government migration office were released in the Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung (WAZ) newspaper on Friday.

According to data collected in July of this year, some 1,475 refugee minors were recorded by the migration office as married. The usual minimum age for marriage in Germany is 18, but an exception can be made for 16-year-old children if they have their parents’ permission.

The majority of married minors arrived from Syria (664), Afghanistan (157), Iraq (100), Bulgaria (65), Poland (41), Romania (33), and Greece (32), the report says. Girls make up the majority – at least 1,152.

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Germany isn’t the only European country with “child brides” issues. In February of this year, similar cases were also reported in Norway, where at least 61 minors, several under the age of sexual consent, were married at the time they applied for asylum in Norway, according to government figures for 2015. It was later revealed that child brides were being allowed to stay with their older husbands in Norwegian asylum centers.

Dozens of young female asylum seekers were also discovered living with older men in Danish refugee centers and, in March of this year, at least 70 married girls under the age of 18 were found in asylum centers in Sweden, including in major cities like Stockholm and Malmo.

Go here for our complete ‘Invasion of Europe’ archive.

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