Bowling Green, KY not getting enough Muslim refugees says refugee contractor

I’ve already posted a bunch of stories similar to this one from several different cities in what is an obvious media campaign to blast the President as he approaches his deadline to say how many refugees the US will ‘welcome’ in FY19. I don’t intend to publish them all because it gets boring, but will … Continue reading Bowling Green, KY not getting enough Muslim refugees says refugee contractor

Bowling Green, KY “stakeholder” meeting was informative

“…any resettlement agency that resettles less than 100 (refugees) in principle they are supposed to close their doors.” Albert Mbanfu I sure hope some concerned citizens were permitted to attend the meeting and hear all this personally! For new readers, the resettlement contractor working near you is supposed to hold quarterly consultations in the community, … Continue reading Bowling Green, KY “stakeholder” meeting was informative

Bowling Green, KY: More confirmation that refugee resettlement is not about humanitarianism, but about supplying cheap labor

I had plenty of confirmation on my recent 30-day swing through cities and towns of the west and mid-west that it is industries looking to boost their bottom lines that drive most refugee resettlement in America.  It is food processing/meat packing, manufacturing, and the hotel industry that have discovered they can enjoy the cheap labor … Continue reading Bowling Green, KY: More confirmation that refugee resettlement is not about humanitarianism, but about supplying cheap labor

Bowling Green, KY info meeting on Syrian refugees turned into heated debate

I’m sure there will be more reports today about what went down in Senator Rand Paul’s hometown last evening when the local resettlement agency honcho held a meeting to explain to the community that he had applied for 40 Syrians to add to Bowling Greens already large Muslim community, but here are two reports. Both … Continue reading Bowling Green, KY info meeting on Syrian refugees turned into heated debate

Bowling Green, KY townhall Friday night to explain plan for Syrian resettlement there

We’ve been reporting on the Rutland, VT ‘pocket of resistance’ to a new resettlement office in Bernie-land, but although there has been an office (of the same federal contractor—USCRI) in Bowling Green for a long time (we have a large archive on it because they have had many problems there over the years), now Syrian … Continue reading Bowling Green, KY townhall Friday night to explain plan for Syrian resettlement there

Bowling Green, KY nervous about planned Syrian resettlement

It sure looks like another ‘pocket of resistance’ is forming, this time in Bowling Green, KY (a growing Muslim community) the hometown of Senator Rand Paul and the resettlement site of two convicted Iraqi refugee terrorists who had been placed there a few years ago. Before you read the story, you should visit our very … Continue reading Bowling Green, KY nervous about planned Syrian resettlement

Bowling Green, KY: Arrests made in Sunni vs. Shiite tussle

Hmmmm! So where is Rand? Daniel Greenfield writing at Frontpage magazine directs us to a brief news story from Presidential candidate Rand Paul’s home town. Here is Greenfield: Welcome to Bowling Green, Kentucky, the latest front in the Sunni – Shiite unholy war tearing apart the Middle East. He then directs us to this news … Continue reading Bowling Green, KY: Arrests made in Sunni vs. Shiite tussle

Bowling Green, KY Iraqi Interpreter: A Publicity Hound Dog (and much more)

Editor:  This is another contribution from our premier crime investigator ‘Pungentpeppers.’  Regular followers of RRW know that Bowling Green has long been a hot resettlement site for third world refugees.  We have reported on many occasions about what is happening to Senator Rand Paul’s home town ranging from third world refugees being placed in slum … Continue reading Bowling Green, KY Iraqi Interpreter: A Publicity Hound Dog (and much more)

Bowling Green, KY: it is all about what the refugees need!

When your city has become a preferred resettlement site for refugees from the third world, eventually you will get to this point—needing workshops on “cultural understanding” and how “service providers” can do a better job supplying taxpayer-funded services to the city’s new impoverished people. From the Bowling Green Daily News yesterday  (hat tip Robin): Mental … Continue reading Bowling Green, KY: it is all about what the refugees need!