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Regarding South Africa: Trump has thousands of African refugee slots available

Posted by Ann Corcoran on March 14, 2018

Ann Coulter, Mark Steyn and Tucker Carlson have all gone to bat this week for the white South African farmers whose lives and livelihoods have been threatened by the black South African government now in power in the nation the International Left dubbed the “Rainbow Nation.”

Here is Ann Coulter on twitter yesterday tweeting out a link to a story about the exploding tragedy for whites in S.A. by Leo Hohmann at VDARE.  Hohmann reports that the President does have the power to arrange for an emergency declaration for the clearly persecuted farmers.

 

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However, he doesn’t even need any emergency declaration because in his Presidential Determination for Fiscal Year 2018, here, you can see in the graph below that he has 19,000 slots allocated for the resettlement of African refugees to the US.

 

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45,000 is the cap set by the President last September, at the present rate of admissions, the US might reach about 21,000 total from the whole world for the year.

 

And, below, from Wrapsnet you can see that 5 months in to the fiscal year, only 3,188 have been allotted from Africa.

 

 

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In that same report, we learn that the State Department wants to pluck mostly Somalis out of the xenophobic South Africa (S.A. blacks have been terrorizing blacks from elsewhere in Africa who believed the Rainbow Nation propaganda and went there for a better life only to be attacked by the S.A. blacks.)

US State Department in September of 2017:

From Southern Africa, we expect to admit 1,500 refugees – primarily Somalis from South Africa and Congolese from Malawi, Namibia, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.

(Checking Wrapsnet I see that we have processed in to the US 60 ‘refugees’ from South Africa in the last 5 months—surely no white refugees or we would have heard about it.)

See where the UN’s interest in S.A. lies….

Their only concern seems to be xenophobia (African blacks persecuting other blacks):

 

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Xenophobia in the Rainbow Nation! Say it isn’t so!

 

Church World Service to the rescue?

As I told you in my first post this morning, federal refugee contractor Church World Service (71% funded involuntarily by you) has an office in Johannesburg in conjunction with the US State Department and the UNHCR.

Seems like a no-brainer that the office could be directed (by the new Secretary of State Pompeo) to start processing the white South Africans (there is plenty of evidence that they are being persecuted due to their race).

For those in the refugee industry who say that refugees must have left the country of their persecution before consideration, that whole concept is out the window now since we have processed Iraqis directly from Iraq.  We were processing Cubans from an office in Cuba and right now we are bringing in Ukrainians (1,027 so far this fiscal year) directly from Ukraine.

Bottomline, if the President wanted to do it, he could just tell the State Department to shift its priorities for resettlement and use some of the remaining 15,812 slots from Africa for white South Africans.

We will be watching to see if the federal refugee contractors, the big nine below, will push for the Christian whites to be resettled in America, after all they will be paid by the head for their work, so why not?

The nine federal contractors….

The number in parenthesis is the percentage of their income paid by you (the taxpayer) to place the refugees, line them up with jobs, and get them signed up for their services!  From most recent accounting, here.

 

8 Responses to “Regarding South Africa: Trump has thousands of African refugee slots available”

  1. The refugee resettlement agencies should not be trusted with resettling anybody! Be careful, otherwise the South African refugees would be placed in Section 8 housing within struggling Rust Belt cities! Seriously, the VOLAGS and refugee resettlement agencies would humiliate the South Africans. After all, the VOLAGS and refugee resettlement agencies have already failed the refugees who have been brought in from all the other places!

    I hope the South African farmers can cultivate both medical and recreational Marijuana in the states where Marijuana has been legalized. Please sign the petition so that farmers from ANYWHERE, including South Africa could cultivate legal Marijuana in Texas:
    https://www.change.org/p/greg-abbott-recreational-medicinal-marijuana-legalization-in-texas

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  2. FatherJon said

    The Australian government is talking about fast-tracking residence visas for white South African farmers, ever mindful of the chaos that happened years ago when Zimbabwe carried out murders and farm seizures. It’d be good if Trump could also offer a helping hand to our brethren in South Africa –

    https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2018/mar/15/south-africa-criticises-australian-plan-to-fast-track-white-farmer-visas

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  3. +1+1+1+1 etc……THUMBS WAY UP!

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  4. I notice how there is absolutely no justification for bringing them here. If they fear persecution from their fellow blacks, why don’t they simply go home?

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  5. Charles Ash said

    These farmers have fed these ungrateful morons for years. S. Africa should NOT get any foreign aid in the future. Russia and China will gladly step in. GUARANTEED!!

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