Refugee Resettlement Watch

UN gearing up to promote new wave of refugees to the West/US

Posted by Ann Corcoran on October 5, 2016

Hint: This ethnic groups starts with an ‘S’ but it’s not Syria this time!

We are starting to see stories lamenting the newest wave of migrants on the move.  About a million of them are fleeing South Sudan! Stories are starting to pop up to begin to set the stage (to get your minds right) on the need to add more ‘refugees’ from South Sudan to our already large flow from Africa.

Why are civil wars around the globe our problem?

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South Sudan has devolved into another civil war. Why are civil wars in Africa or the Middle East our problem?

This is one of  many stories I’ve seen lately where the propaganda pressure (the guilt-tripping) has begun. They are not talking about third country resettlement yet (that I am aware of), but surely it is not far behind, so I am prepping you here to be ready when it comes (and creating a new tag for South Sudan).

From the BBC in mid-September:

The number of people who have fled South Sudan because of the country’s civil war has passed the one million mark, the UN refugee agency says.

Fighting that broke out in the capital, Juba, in July is responsible for the latest surge in those fleeing, it says.

More than 1.6 million people are also displaced within South Sudan, meaning about 20% of the population have been made homeless since December 2013.

A fragile peace deal signed last year is on the brink of collapse.

And here is a United Nations story from last week.

So when the push begins (we missed it for the DR Congo lobbying effort which has resulted in 50,000 being placed in American towns) to bring a new wave of South Sudanese here by the tens of thousands, remember this wikipedia description (below) of the Civil War and demand to know why is this our problem? Why do we need to move more South Sudanese into the US?

(I have posted this detailed to description to show how this is so-not our problem.)

The South Sudanese Civil War was a conflict in South Sudan between forces of the government and opposition forces.[45][46][47][48]

In December 2013, a political power struggle broke out between President Kiir and his former deputy Riek Machar.[49] The president accused Mr. Machar and ten others of attempting a coup d’état.[50] Machar denied trying to start a coup and fled, calling for Kiir to resign.[51] Fighting broke out between the SPLM and the SPLM – in opposition, igniting the civil war. Ugandan troops were deployed to fight alongside South Sudanese government forces against the rebels.[52] In January 2014 the first ceasefire agreement was reached. Fighting still continued and would be followed by several more ceasefire agreements. Negotiations were mediated by “IGAD +” (which includes the eight regional nations called the Intergovernmental Authority on Development as well as the African Union, United Nations, China, the EU, USA, UK and Norway). A peace agreement known as the “Compromise Peace Agreement” was signed in Ethiopia under threat of United Nations sanctions for both sides in August 2015.[53] Machar returned to Juba in 2016 and was appointed vice president.[54] Following a second breakout of fighting within Juba, Machar fled again and went to exile in the Sudan.[55]

Up to 300,000 people are estimated to have been killed in the war, including notable atrocities such as the 2014 Bentiu massacre.[37][56] Although both men have supporters from across South Sudan’s ethnic divides, subsequent fighting has had ethnic undertones. Mr. Kiir’s Dinka ethnic group has been accused of attacking other ethnic groups and Mr. Machar’ Nuer ethnic group has been accused of attacking the Dinka.[57] More than 1,000,000 people have been displaced inside South Sudan and more than 400,000 people have fled to neighbouring countries,[58] especially Kenya, Sudan, and Uganda, as a result of the conflict.[59]

Civil wars will never end in Africa and the Middle East and we need to more forcefully say—send some humanitarian aid if we must, but let them fight it out! Do not move them to American towns!

17 Responses to “UN gearing up to promote new wave of refugees to the West/US”

  1. […] And, get ready because we are hearing rumbles that they are gearing up to guilt-trip us about the South Sudanese! Blah, blah, […]

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  2. […] Civil wars in Africa produce refugees that the UN determines must be moved to the West—especially to the US. Once we get the 50,000 Congolese placed in your towns, watch for the big lobbying push for large numbers from South Sudan. https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2016/10/05/un-gearing-up-to-promote-new-wave-of-refug… […]

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  3. Dr. Rich Swier said

    Great. Published: http://bit.ly/2dJPjAE

    Rich

    On Wed, Oct 5, 2016 at 8:36 AM, Refugee Resettlement Watch wrote:

    > Ann Corcoran posted: “Hint: This ethnic groups starts with an ‘S’ but it’s > not Syria this time! We are starting to see stories lamenting the newest > wave of migrants on the move. About a million of them are fleeing South > Sudan! Stories are starting to pop up to begin to set” >

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  4. ELN said

    Reblogged this on ELLIOT LAKE News.

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  5. Marty Hill said

    Ann, You took the words right of my mouth…”why is their civil war our problem, provide them aid if we must, but otherwise, let them fight it out amongst themselves.” (paraphrasing). Can we not find anyone in Washington with the cahoones (Kahoonas) to stand up and be vocal enough to get this message heard? Is everyone determined to destroy this Country by importing all the poor, destitute, war weary, pregnant from every country with political turmoil…not to mention throwing in thousands of embedded terrorists bent on shaping America into the hellhole they just left. Someone give me an Amen!

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  6. At what point did the US become responsible for the population of any country in the third world undergoing some crisis? we can’t even take care of our own people, let alone taking on the problems of the third world. And when will it ever stop? Africa and the Middle East have had continuous warfare and other problems since history was first recorded. Are we supposed to take responsibility for these countries forever? at the expense of our own unfortunates? so far, it looks that Obama’s answer is yes. The Democratic policy can be summed up as: everyone from everywhere, forever, no matter the cost.

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  7. sturandot13 said

    “… send some humanitarian aid if we must, but let them fight it out! Do not move them to American towns!”

    I concur 100% Ann!

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  8. Do not move them to American towns… or they will continue to fight it out here. We are sowing the seeds of future ethnic and religious conflict in the US. They must be repatriated.

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  9. dotsword said

    “Civil wars will NEVER END in Africa and the Middle East . . . . . but let *** THEM *** FIGHT IT OUT!

    Well said Ann!!!

    . . . also, of very interesting note, I was pleasantly surprised few mths ago to see a news clip from South Africa re SOUTH Africans rooting for & expressing THEIR hopes that Donald Trump will win in America b/c they re fed up with the DUMPING of these North African refugees into their territory. –espec. re the excessively violent nature of THESE SO-CALLED “REFUGE-NEEDING PEOPLE”, as well as other crimes skyrocketing in SOUTH Africa

    — was not lost on me that mysteriously, these American ‘network’ news clips immediately disappeared after only one airing!!!

    –what also speaks volumes, is the fact that ppl on other side of world, who have nothing to gain if Trump wins, are so desperate and demoralized from this NONSTOP DUMPING OF ***NORTH*** AFRICANS ON THEIR COUNTRY, –that they not only choose to experience hopes vicariously thru us, they are willing to be very vocal internationally about the problems these refuge-seeking NORTH Africans cause.

    I HOPE ALL AMERICANS WILL HEED YOUR VERY ASTUTE FOREWARNING ANN!!!

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  10. riuch said

    This is not going to stop until we the citizens take to the streets armed. Our Gov is plotting and planning for a takeover of the US by 3rd worlders and the reality is we the people are the only one’s that are going to stop it.

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  11. futuret said

    WE SHOULD ALWAYS TAKE ALL SIDES INTO ACCOUNT, AND BE AWARE ON EVERY FRONT:

    https://www.icij.org/blog/2016/09/trumps-organization-did-business-iranian-bank-later-linked-terrorism

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    • Ann Corcoran said

      Are you voting for Hillary or a third party then?

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      • futuret said

        I AM NOT VOTING PERIOD!!! I REFUSE TO SETTLE FOR ANY LESSER OR EQUAL EVILS. IF WE CAN NOT GET AN EXACT REPLICA OF GENERAL GEORGE PATTON AND/OR JEAN KIRKPATRICK, THIS COUNTRY MINUS WELL HANG IT UP. I SEE NO ONE CAPABLE OF RUNNING, THEY ARE NOT CONCERNED WITH US THE PEOPLE, THEY ARE ONLY CONCERNED WITH FAMILY DYNASTIES. THIS COUNTRY REALLY NEEDS A REPENTANCE FOR FOLLOWING ANY OF THEM. I AM A CONSPIRACY REALIST, AND FRANKLY COULD CARE LESS OF HAVING ANY ASSOCIATION WITH ANY POLITICAL PARTY. THANKS FOR ASKING, KNOW THAT WE LOVE YOU!!!

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  13. People fleeing violence are not considered refugees by the definition we use. This is also true of most of the Syrian “refugees”. These are manufactured “refugee” crises. Why is the U.N., created for the purpose, supposedly of intervening in such “crises” completely powerless?

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  14. IF they wanted to help it would be far cheaper to help people in their own lands. This is a GENOCIDAL invasion conducted by our MISleaders. This is an assault on Christianity and Western Civilization.

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