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Archive for August 26th, 2018

Refugee activists pouncing on supposed Pentagon concern for drop in refugee numbers

Posted by Ann Corcoran on August 26, 2018

They say that the Pentagon (although I have yet to see a single name from the Pentagon say this) is concerned that especially Iraqis who help the military won’t want to help if they don’t get assurances of a ticket to America.

Frankly, I’m not so sure I like the idea of offering tickets to your town or mine, as carrots for working for the US in Iraq.  Isn’t it time (past time!) we let Iraq take care of itself!

 

Pentagon

So the Pentagon is the new ally of the Open Borders Left and wants to see more Iraqis moved to American towns?

 

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Posted in Changing the way we live, Iraqi refugees, Muslim refugees, Refugee Resettlement Program, Trump, Trump Watch! | Tagged: , | 9 Comments »

Italy: Ship stalemate ends as Ireland, Albania and the Catholic Church! agree to take the illegal migrants

Posted by Ann Corcoran on August 26, 2018

“The next ship can turn around and go back where it came from because our limit has been reached!” 

(Matteo Salvini, unbowed)

 

See my previous post on the stalemate here.

And once again a photo worth a thousand words as anyone dealing with the migrants wears protective clothing/masks.  See here.

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Some of the migrants were found to have Tuberculosis

 

Now this from Reuters:

Italy disembarks stranded migrants, Salvini under investigation

CATANIA, Italy (Reuters) – Italy on Sunday disembarked all 150 migrants from a rescue ship that had been docked for five days in a Sicilian port, ending the migrants’ ordeal and a bitter stand-off between Rome’s anti-establishment government and its European Union partners.

The migrants, mainly from Eritrea, had been stranded in the port of Catania since Monday because the government refused to let them off the boat until other EU states agreed to take some of them in.

This is big! We should be telling the Catholic Church in America that they need to spend their own money for the refugees they want to place in your towns and cities.

Interior Minister Matteo Salvini said Albania had offered to accept 20 of the migrants and Ireland 20-25, while the rest would be housed by Italy’s Catholic Church “at zero cost” to the Italian taxpayer.

“The church has opened its heart and opened its wallet,” Salvini, from the right-wing League party, told supporters at a rally in Pinzolo in northern Italy on Saturday evening. [LOL! will they be housed at the Vatican?—ed]

Salvini grim

Matteo Salvini

Salvini, who has led a popular crackdown against immigration since the government took office in June, also announced that he had been placed under investigation by a Sicilian prosecutor for abuse of office, kidnapping and illegal arrest.

“Being investigated for defending the rights of Italians is a disgrace,” he said.

[….]

More than 650,000 people have reached Italian shores since 2014, and even though the numbers have fallen steeply in the last year, Rome says it will not let any more rescue ships dock unless the migrants are shared out around the EU.

“The next ship can turn around and go back where it came from because our limit has been reached,” Salvini said.

More here.

Go here for more on Italy and here for my complete ‘Invasion of Europe’ archive.

Endnote: I’m very sad for Ireland.

Posted in Changing the way we live, Colonization, Community destabilization, Europe, health issues, Who is going where | Tagged: , , , | 11 Comments »

 
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