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How American is a Somali who runs for president of Somalia?

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 28, 2015

This isn’t the first time a Minnesota Somali has run for president in Somalia, but it does beg the question—do people like St. Cloud resident Anab Dahir get to vote here and at the same time be a candidate to lead a foreign country?  And, do all those Somalis who have become American citizens (and some who vote who aren’t citizens!) get to vote in Somalia and here?

Shouldn’t they have to decide to which country they have loyalty?

I expect Anab Dahir has an easy time ‘campaigning’ in Minnesota, be interesting to see how she does in Somalia.

If she should win, will she go live in Somalia or govern from Minnesota?

If she goes to Somalia, doesn’t that mean that others of her countrymen should go there too?  And, in that case we sure shouldn’t be admitting NEW Somali refugees to the US.

We have admitted 6,226 Somali ‘refugees’ to the US in the first 9 months of fiscal year 2015, here.  Are they all going to vote here and in Somalia?

Just checked another US State Department data base and found out that so far in FY2015, Minnesota got 846 new Somali refugees.  437 went to Minneapolis.  St. Cloud ‘welcomed’ 189 more Somalis and St. Paul got 76.  Small numbers went to 26 other towns and cities in Minnesota.

For new readers, the UN/US State Department sent 10,000 Somalis to Minnesota over the last ten years, here.  That number does not include the over 2,000 secondary migrants that go to MN each year from other locations around the US as the Somalis build an enclave in Minnesota.

From Midnimo:

“Men have led Somalia for 25 years and they’ve never done anything,” says Anab Dahir.

Anab Dahir, a medical clinic interpreter and 42-year-old mother of six living in St. Cloud, Minnesota, came to the United States from Somalia in 1997, seeking asylum in the Chicago airport. Now an American citizen, she is active in the rapidly growing Somali community in her Midwestern state. She has become so civic-minded, in fact, that she has decided to run for office — not in the U.S., but in her birthplace. Dahir is running to become the first female president of Somalia. “Men have led Somalia for 25 years and they’ve never done anything,” she says. “Now, it’s the women’s turn.”

 Continue reading here.

I think Al-shabaab, the Islamic terrorists there, will have something to say about a woman leading the country of Somalia, don’t you?

Posted in Africa, Changing the way we live, Colonization, Community destabilization, Muslim refugees, Refugee Resettlement Program, Resettlement cities, Taxpayer goodies, Who is going where | Tagged: , | 5 Comments »

Guest column: Is refugee resettlement modern-day slavery?

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 26, 2015

Editor:  From time to time we publish opinion pieces from our readers as well as other comments worth highlighting.  This is from an Idaho patriot with a point of view we have heard expressed before.  Not pulling any punches here, the author is sure to infuriate some of you.

By the way, we have often asked our critics to pen an opinion piece for us about why they think the federal resettlement program is a good thing for America and they never take us up on it.  Maybe some of those critics, who lurk here daily, will be inspired to respond after reading this! 

(Emphasis below is mine)

From Idaho Patriot:

The refugee program is not unlike ancient AMERICAN slave trade.

Caboceers from the UN tap or trap their kinsman, the majority of which are uneducated and unskilled laborers, many of which DO NOT read. “Marketed” to foreign countries as laborers, separated from friends, family, and language they are relocated by the will and decision of overseers. Immediately the “cost of their transportation” puts them in debt to the government. Statistics say that the majority do not/cannot repay that initial debt.

UNHCR Gutteres

Is UNHCR Antonio Guterres the chief caboceer for global corporations?

Caboceers and wealthy contractors work together, not unlike the slave markets.

Money from the “New World” exchanges hands, and lives are shipped off to help feed the greed of massive industries. Refugees are told they have arrived in a “better” place, the proof of which is running water and flushing toilets. (Oh how lucky we would be to be relocated away from our problems to arrive in the land of bidets).

These people are segregated into poverty communities (Jim Crow would be proud of). Without employable skills, language, or ability to read they have no other option but to accept the housing supplied by their new handlers. Federal and State monies provide plantation type housing, similar to the cluster of shacks that indentured slaves were provided. Families who were destitute remain destitute but now they add debt, isolation, and language and cultural barriers to their troubles. Twice poor: economically, now cut off from their kinsmen.

Their own nationals often serve as handlers who are paid to organize and work their countrymen through the programs provided by state and federal tax dollars. The New World of promise turns out to be more similar to indentured slavery. Equipped with new skills they are now “qualified” for the jobs that “American’s won’t do”.

The reason Americans won’t do those jobs is NEVER QUESTIONED.

Perhaps it is because the work is grueling and the pay so meager that gas money is hardly covered. Perhaps it’s because nobody monitors the abuses against workers at these jobs, perhaps it’s because the hours are so strenuous that Americans would call and report it. Perhaps it’s because Americans aren’t “afraid” to lose jobs, or afraid of the government, or afraid to speak up about being mistreated. God forbid we ACTUALLY EXAMINE THE EMPLOYERS to see WHY Americans won’t work at these jobs. Billions are earned by these Masters but the indentured refugees are kept down and controlled as they fill the pockets of the fat cats on top. Refugees DON’T KNOW how to escape these situations; Americans do and perhaps that’s why we aren’t “doing these jobs”.

OUR happy community gets to feel wonderful about herself as she hands out poverty portions of used furniture, cheap food, and old clothing. Toss out all your unwanted items and feel good about your generosity, this is the other face of greed and can’t be anymore repulsive.

Get the warm and fuzzies by helping out at the refugee center if you wish but I dare you to walk the streets weekly and see how things really are. Many of you say you wish to “convert” these souls, but you aren’t going out to do so. Many of you say you “love multi-culturalism” but you live as far away from their dirty rundown dumps as possible.

What you really want is to feel good about yourself when you feel like doing a good deed. You want to pat yourself on the back when you give your 2nd hand charity. You want to promote yourself in the community by looking like you offer love and the hand of fellowship to people you don’t have anything to do with. Many of you love to have money from Federal and State programs that supply you with security and wealth from these tax funded programs for refugee schooling, medical care, adult education, housing, therapy, and other tax funded provisional programs. You care about YOU. If you were not receiving money you would not be receiving refugees.

Twin Falls has met her capacity to absorb refugees. At this point we are mistreating the ones who are already here by not seeing to their needs.

We are also dealing with questionable leadership who, DESPITE THE OUTCRY FROM THEIR COMMUNITY, don’t want to limit or cut off the federal money received for their part in this refugee trade. These programs are now BUILDING INDIGENT populations that are drowning Twin Falls in higher crime, garbage, and displaced souls.

This program needs to end.

Editor:  My interest in the refugee program back in 2007 was initially begun because it came to citizens’ attention that refugees were being resettled in my county into the worst slum sections of our major city and reports were that they were not given necessities such as bedding and winter coats.  Look around where you live and see if meek refugees are being neglected.

Suggestion for reform…..

This reminds me that we have a suggestion for something that could be done very easily by Congress and that is to create a repatriation fund to help unhappy refugees (and other legal immigrants) rejoin their own people and cultures where they came from or in a another country that is within their own cultural zone.  Even the introduction of such a bill in Congress would ‘smoke out’ very quickly those who really care about the refugees as people, from those who are using them for cheap labor or for their own personal selfish reasons.

See our category entitled, Comments worth noting/guest posts, for more reader opinions.

For our complete archive on the controversy in Twin Falls, Idaho, go here.

Posted in Africa, Changing the way we live, Colonization, Comments worth noting/guest posts, Community destabilization, free speech, Refugee Resettlement Program, Resettlement cities | Tagged: | 6 Comments »

Europe’s Great Migration Crisis

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 13, 2015

gatestone-logoThat is the title of a round-up of sorts by Soeren Kern at the Gatestone Institute yesterday.

My inbox is filled every morning with stories from around Europe about the ongoing invasion by mostly Muslim migrants arriving on the Continent from North Africa and from throughout the Middle East.

I call our series on the crisis—the Invasion of Europe.’  I tell people wherever I speak that Col. Gaddafi was right.  Europe will be conquered and overrun with migrants and not with guns and swords.

Scratching my head this morning about how I could possibly pull the many stories into one post when I was relieved to see that the Gatestone Institute has already done the work.

Please read it here!

Not in the round-up is the latest from Poland.  After refusing to admit Syrian Muslims, they are resettling a small number of Syrian Christians.

If you love Europe (Western Civilization!) and plan to visit sometime in your lifetime, go now. I’ll be going in late August.

Posted in Africa, Europe, Muslim refugees, Stealth Jihad | Tagged: , | 1 Comment »

Africans fastest growing immigrant group in America

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 11, 2015

So says The Economist in an article entitled: ‘Building Afromerica.’

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Refugees at the UN camp (Dadaab) in Kenya where many US-bound refugees are processed.

This is an article meant to put your mind at ease by suggesting that a large percentage of the Africans arriving in America are well-educated and live in the suburbs when they get here, thus not adding to inner-city poverty.

We don’t believe that is the case for the refugee portion of the flow (so far!).

However, if Obama gets his way, more will be in suburban towns, see here (educated, or not! impoverished, or not!).

I’m posting this because it includes a statistic I was interested to see—the percentage of legal Africans arriving as refugees and those arriving via the Diversity Visa Lottery.

If you don’t know about the so-called ‘Green Card Lottery’ you need to learn about it!

The Economist:

Relatively few Africans are illegal immigrants (those who are have almost all overstayed their visas). Instead, they have particularly benefited from the Refugee Act of 1980, which brought more refugees to America, and the Immigration Act of 1990, which created special diversity visas, issued by lottery, for people from under-represented countries. According to analysis by the Pew Research Centre, 28% of legal African immigrants who arrived between 2000 and 2013 came as refugees; 19% of them arrived on diversity visas. For all legal immigrants, the equivalent figures were 13% and 4%.

We learned in the first year of writing this blog that one reason the refugee resettlement program shifted to include large numbers of Africans was revealed in a 2007 report:

According to Heidi Boas in her lengthy 2007 paper entitled, “The New Face of America’s Refugees: African Refugee Resettlement to the United States:”

….several of the individuals interviewed for this paper identified the Congressional Black Caucus as one of the most influential groups advocating over the past decade for increased African refugee resettlement to the United States.

Back to The Economist…..

So what legal programs admit the other 47% of Africans? I would like to know!

Then there is this….

African migrants stand out from American-born blacks. Indeed, on most measures, they have little in common but their colour.

And, that is why there are conflicts when Somalis especially are resettled by federal contractors into African-American neighborhoods naively assuming (we can only guess) that since they are the same color they should all just love each other!  Not!

Posted in Africa, Changing the way we live, Colonization, Community destabilization, Diversity Visa Lottery, Muslim refugees, Refugee Resettlement Program, Who is going where | Tagged: , | 6 Comments »

Renewed warning that ISIS plans to infiltrate ‘refugee’ flow to Europe

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 7, 2015

This is not new, but just this week an EU agency is warning (again!) that the invasion of Europe could include ISIS terrorists among the illegal aliens arriving in Europe from North Africa (thanks to Hillary and the girls, here).

Michele Coninsx is the EU’s chief crime and terror fighter. http://www.eurojust.europa.eu/press/pressreleases/pages/2015/2015-04-21.aspx

From Israel National News:

ISIS members could infiltrate Europe together with masses of refugees from Libya, Syria, and Iraq – ironically fleeing ISIS terror in their homelands, said Michele Coninsx, head of the EU’s judicial cooperation agency Eurojust.

Speaking Monday in Brussels, Coninsx told reporters that the EU was working together with other countries to prevent the migration of ISIS terrorists. She declined to specify exactly what steps were being taken.

A video released last week by ISIS in Libya and published by the Arabic-language Asharq al-Awsat shows the two perpetrators of a deadly attack on the Corinthia Hotel in January threatening that ISIS’s newly-established presence in the country would be used as a springboard to invade Europe.

For more and to see the many links, go here.

To learn more about the ‘Invasion of Europe’ see our extensive archive here.

Posted in Africa, Crimes, diversity's dark side, Europe, Immigration fraud, Muslim refugees, So what did they expect?, Stealth Jihad, Who is going where | Tagged: , , , | 2 Comments »

Sudanese refugee killed in Kentucky wanted to go home to Africa

Posted by Ann Corcoran on June 17, 2015

This is something you rarely hear about because those in the refugee industry don’t want you to know that refugees sometimes just want to go home to their homeland, to their own culture, when they find out that America can be a tough place in which to live. 

Apparently that was the case for Deng Manyuon shot last Saturday when he attempted to assault a police officer in Louisville, KY.   We reported the story here yesterday.

I can see a PR campaign now with a poster like this one and an 800-number with operators waiting to hear from unhappy refugees and other immigrants who want to go home, and want information on how to apply for the funding.

Munyoun’s is not the first case I’ve heard of.   I had a back-and-forth discussion a few years ago with Iraqis who found that America’s streets were not paved with gold and they wanted to return to Iraq.  But they were unable to get the money together needed for a move back to the Middle East. Even airfare was too much for out-of-work refugees.  Honestly it’s almost like slavery, they’ve been brought here largely to supply big business with cheap labor or as voters for the Democrats and can’t go home!

Is it time for a Repatriation Fund?

In fact, reader CW suggested in January that a new contractor (call it “Repatriation Services”) could be incorporated and it would apply for federal grants for airfare and start-up money for immigrants and refugees who want to go home, to their own culture.

Israel is doing something like that now and offering start-up funding for Africans to voluntarily repatriate.

From WDRB.com (hat tip: Robin):

LOUISVILLE, Ky (WDRB) — Thousands of people have watched the video.

It shows LMPD Ofc. Nathan Blanford and 35-year-old Deng Manyuon at the corner of 4th and Oak in Old Louisville on Saturday.

When Manyuon walks away, he grabs a flag pole and charges back at Blanford, wildly swinging the flag pole.

Blanford shoots Manyuon twice, killing him.

For those who knew Manyuon, the video is tough to watch.

“It’s really painful,” says Matur Reclow, chairman of the South Sudanese Community of Kentucky.

Since his death, we’ve learned Manyuon was one of the “Lost Boys of Sudan”.

He came to the U.S. in 2001 amid his country’s civil war. Reclow says Manyuon had hopes of getting an education and having a life here.

[….]

“He didn’t have mental problems but was depressed and give up the life,” he said.

They made a deal in the hospital that day that if Manyuon would try to get back on track, Reclow would arrange a one-way ticket for him back to Sudan for a fresh start in his home country. He says Manyuon wanted to escape his life of homelessness and alcoholism in Louisville.

The idea of a “Repatriation Fund” is a serious one and it would save taxpayers a bundle.  Surely a few thousand dollars of airfare and a little cash to get started back home would be small in comparison to years of welfare payments and medical care.

In fact, if such a fund had existed right along with the resettlement program all these years, Deng Manyoun might be alive today.

Posted in Africa, Changing the way we live, Colonization, Community destabilization, Crimes, diversity's dark side, Refugee Resettlement Program, Resettlement cities, Taxpayer goodies | Tagged: | 9 Comments »

Sudanese refugee shot and killed in Louisville; why are we colonizing America with people like this?

Posted by Ann Corcoran on June 16, 2015

Update June 17th:  He had wanted to go home to Africa, here.

You’ve probably already seen the news here at WND , but thanks to reader Robin for sending this AP story posted at the Daily Journal about the Sudanese refugee shot by police on Saturday as he attacked an officer with a flag pole.

Deng Manyuon, a refugee first resettled in Nashville ended up killed by a police officer in Louisville, KY when he threatened an officer with a metal flag pole. So much for the screening of refugees we hear so much about. I guess they are not screened for mental illness!

Everywhere I travel in America, people tell me some story about how hard it is for a decent/educated/deserving European or Canadian to get into the US as an immigrant, yet here we are taking the mentally ill from Africa who will never benefit from a life in a first world country.

By the way, note that the USCIS would not discuss his immigration status (even after he is dead?).  One more story for Ann Coulter’s ‘Adios America’ where she very meticulously (and humorously) discusses the secrecy the media tolerates (promotes!) when reporting on the immigration status of criminal aliens.

You see, reporting about immigrant criminals does not fit the message the Leftwing media wants you to get! However, I am starting to see a change, and at least this AP reporter used the “R” word!

From the Daily Journal:

LOUISVILLE, Kentucky — Deng Manyuon stood in the middle of an intersection on a 33-degree morning in March 2013, wearing just shorts and a T-shirt and shouting at passing cars.

The Sudanese refugee, “manifestly under the influence of alcohol,” then kicked a police officer in the rib cage, according to court records. Officers subdued him safely that morning.

But on Saturday, he swung a 7-foot flagpole at Louisville Metro Police Officer Nathan Blanford and the officer shot him dead, sparking a debate in the city about officers’ use of deadly force and their sensitivity when dealing with the mentally ill or intoxicated.

Court records that chronicle Manyuon’s seven years in Louisville describe a troubled man with mental illness and alcoholism, who routinely lashed out at the officers who tried to rein him in.

Manyuon, alternatively spelled Manyoun in records, was in and out of jail and downtown homeless shelters, and was a familiar presence on the streets around the Old Louisville intersection where he was killed Saturday.

He spoke Dinka, a language of southern Sudan, according to court translation records. He struggled to communicate in English, his friends said.  [He lived here since 2001 and could not speak English!—ed]

Manyuon fled war-torn Sudan in 2001 and settled in Nashville, according to Bart Weigel, communications director for Catholic Charities of Louisville, which offers resettlement services to refugees.

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services declined to discuss his immigration status, citing privacy concerns.

It all started here on Saturday:

On Saturday, Manyuon allegedly attacked a stranger on the street, grabbed her purse and threw it, then punched her in the face.

There is much more, read it all.

By the way, Louisville is turning into a big resettlement site including a leading site for Syrians.  See our Louisville archive here.

Posted in Africa, Changing the way we live, Colonization, Community destabilization, Crimes, diversity's dark side, Refugee Resettlement Program, Resettlement cities, Who is going where | Tagged: , , | 10 Comments »

Invasion of Europe continues unabated as thousands come through the Western Balkans

Posted by Ann Corcoran on June 14, 2015

Americans pay attention to Europe!  We are not far behind because our ‘leaders’ in Washington are spineless!

There is a lot happening in the ‘Invasion of Europe’ and really too much to post it all here, but this morning here (below) are several stories making the news.

For new readers, we have a large archive of posts on the ‘Invasion of Europe’ which you can find by clicking here.

First, from the UN News Centre refugees are streaming into the Western Balkans (emphasis below is mine):

12 June 2015 – Southern Europe’s migrant and refugee crisis has reached the Western Balkans where an increasing number of asylum-seekers are using the region’s migration routes to flee their home countries, the United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR) has confirmed.

Addressing a press conference in Geneva earlier today, UNHCR spokesperson Adrian Edwards told reporters of a dramatic uptick in the number of men, women and children using the so-called ‘Western Balkans route’ as they seek to reach Western Europe. Many are also registering for asylum in the Western Balkans – a region which has seen a four-fold increase in the number of asylum-seekers since 2012. In 2015, Mr. Edwards added, Serbia alone has seen over 22,000 asylum claims lodged in the first four months of the year.

As migrants and refugees – many of whom originate from refugee-producing countries such as Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, Eritrea, and Somalia [mostly Muslim countries by the way—ed]– course across mountain paths and train tracks in order to pierce through the Western Balkans’ borders, they remain dangerously vulnerable to violence, abuse and accidents. According to UNHCR, many have been also moving through the region irregularly with the help of smugglers, only adding to the dangers to which they are exposed.

Overall, the UN’s official figures show that as of 8 June a total of 103,000 refugees and migrants have arrived in Europe: 54,000 in Italy, 48,000 in Greece, 91 on Malta and 920 in Spain. The latest tally includes around 6,000 migrants and refugees who were disembarked in southern Italy last weekend in a major rescue operation coordinated by the Italian Coast Guard and joined by navy ships deployed by Frontex and from Italy, Germany, Britain, Ireland, and Spain.

Nevertheless, Mr. Edwards warned, a growing number of refugees are accessing Europe via the Western Balkans following a surge in the number of sea arrivals in Greece – the second major front in Southern Europe’s migration crisis.

Germany

In Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel has promised more money to beleaguered states and cities of Germany struggling to cope with the masses of asylum seekers that in fact the government in Berlin has encouraged by sending out words of “welcoming” to the hordes of largely Muslim migrants flooding into Europe.   See Reuters here in a story entitled, ‘As refugees pour into Germany, Berlin doubles funds for states.’

Italy

Italy is one of the countries receiving a major hit from the invaders and talks about a plan to distribute them more equitably across Europe seem to be going nowhere.  See AFP story entitled, ‘Italy threatens to ‘hurt’ Europe if it gets no help with migrants.’

Austria

The Austrian government is going to stop processing asylum claims until other EU countries step up to share the burden.  See the Times of Malta story, here, entitled ‘Austria stops processing asylum requests amid EU row.’

Sheesh, just looking around for a few minutes I can see I could go on all morning with news on the invasion.

Readers, if you see any really hot juicy stories today from Europe, please send them my way and I will add them to this list!

Someone who loves Western Civilization should consider writing an entire blog (or a whole book!) on the ‘Invasion and colonization of Europe!’  In the end, it could be an important historic document (especially when the history of Europe could one day be written in Arabic!).

Endnote:  Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has the only answer for the massive Mediterranean invasion—STOP the boats, but European leaders are spineless (just like American ‘leaders.’).

Posted in Africa, Asylum seekers, Colonization, Community destabilization, Crimes, diversity's dark side, Europe, Muslim refugees, Stealth Jihad, Who is going where | Tagged: , | 13 Comments »

Invasion of Europe: UK says 500,000 migrants waiting to make Mediterranean crossing into Europe

Posted by Ann Corcoran on June 7, 2015

We should call the Invasion of Europe Gadhafi’s Revenge!

I warned you!

The former Libyan leader (before his untimely “demise” at the hands of a coalition of French, British and American smart people) warned that Europe would be conquered, not with guns and swords, but with an invasion by masses of humanity overwhelming the continent from Africa and the Middle East.  That is exactly what is happening.

LOL! I’m not going to let readers forget the role Obama’s gals played in this disaster!  Hillary, Susan Rice and Samantha Power were after Gaddafi’s head, and look what they got!

We live in interesting times (Chinese curse?).

Everyone must leave some letter for your grandchildren and great grandchildren about how you witnessed the end of western civilization in Europe because someone else will be writing the history of Europe (in Arabic).

This is an AP story at Earthlink (hat tip: Chaz).  Emphasis is mine:

ROME (AP) — Naval vessels from Italy, Britain, Ireland and other countries steamed toward the waters off Libya on Saturday to rescue the latest wave of migrants from smugglers’ boats. British authorities warned that up to 500,000 people could attempt the perilous crossing this summer.

Capt. Nick Cooke-Priest, on the British warship HMS Bulwark, told reporters aboard: “Indications are there that there are 450,000 to 500,000 migrants in Libya who are waiting at the border” for voyage from the North African country’s Mediterranean coast in hopes of reaching Italian shores.

Also aboard the Bulwark, part of a multi-nation patrol and rescue force, was British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon. “We could see hundreds of thousands trying to cross this summer,” Fallon told reporters who asked about the captain’s half-million figure.

During Saturday, a total of 3,480 migrants had been safely rescued in 15 separate operations, the Italian coast guard said. Calls for help went out via satellite phone earlier in the day from the smugglers boats, which included six rubber dinghies and nine fishing boats, all some 45 miles (72 kilometers) off the Libyan shoreline, the coast guard statement said.

Pitching in to save the migrants were Italian coast guard, navy and border police boats and aircraft, a tug boat, two German military ships, the Hessen and the Berlin, and an Irish naval ship LE Eithne.

[….]

Italian authorities investigating the Libya-based smuggling operations say reliable intelligence is hard to come by, given that Western diplomats have long left Libya, wracked by violence following the 2011 demise of the Moammar Gadhafi regime. Rival governments command different parts of the country, and tribal and militia clashes aggravate the chaos.

With every boat rescue the word goes back to Africa—launch the next boat.

There is no sign that any European ‘leader’ has the spine (or other body part!) to do what Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott says must be done—turn the boats back to the North African coast!

See our entire ‘Invasion of Europe’ archive by clicking here.

Regarding the spelling of Moammar Gadhafi’s name:  We have used different spellings here at RRW mostly due to whatever spelling is being used in the news story we are reporting at the time.

 

Posted in Africa, Asylum seekers, Colonization, Crimes, diversity's dark side, Europe, Immigration fraud, Muslim refugees, So what did they expect?, Stealth Jihad, Who is going where | Tagged: , | 6 Comments »

Stickin’-it to Rep. Trey Gowdy, US State Dept. contractor World Relief brings first refugees to Spartanburg

Posted by Ann Corcoran on June 5, 2015

Update June 6th: World Net Daily wrote about this yesterday, here.  Also, be sure to see the exchange of comments to this post which we highlight here.

It is not really World Relief so much as the Obama State Department and Secretary of State John Kerry.  Gowdy had asked that no refugees be resettled in his district until his many questions had been answered to his satisfaction.   See our post yesterday about the inadequate response Gowdy has received so far.

The refugees from DR Congo*** resettled in Spartanburg apparently about a week or so ago could just as easily have been taken to any one of 190 (more!) cities in the US, but clearly the State Department is sending a message to Gowdy—(expletive you!).

As we said previously, Spartanburg is pivotal in the battle for determining who controls the resettlement process—will the UN/US State Department ram third-worlders down the throats of small town America, or will cities and states play any role in the present secretive resettlement process?

Just a reminder!  Rep. Trey Gowdy is not just any Congressman with concern for his district, he is Chairman of the House Judiciary Subcommittee responsible for the refugee program!

If anyone has any power in Congress on this issue, it is Gowdy.  The question is, is he willing to exercise his power?

Here is the latest from GoUpstate.

In this pivotal showdown, score one for Secretary of State John Kerry!

Spartanburg churches are welcoming refugees who recently arrived here.

Jason Lee, director of World Relief Spartanburg, said two refugees from the Congo arrived in Spartanburg in late May. He would not provide a specific date, citing security reasons. He pointed out that they are persecuted.

Meanwhile, Rep. Trey Gowdy called the U.S. State Department’s response to his latest questions about a resettlement agency’s plan to sponsor refugees in Spartanburg “sorely inadequate.”

Gowdy has invited the federal agency to brief elected officials on the refugee resettlement.

The Republican congressman issued a statement Wednesday after receiving the State Department’s response.

Gowdy has written the federal agency twice to obtain details about plans to sponsor refugees in Spartanburg. World Relief, a faith-based refugee resettlement agency, opened a Spartanburg office earlier this year. The state Department of Social Services approved Spartanburg as a new refugee resettlement site, according to the State Department’s response.

World Relief Spartanburg has been authorized to resettle up to 60 refugees in the 2015 fiscal year.  [FY2015 ends on September 30, 2015, so they should be coming in pretty quickly now—ed]

There is a lot more, continue reading here.

Here is my question:  Is the US State Department getting even with Gowdy over Benghazi? 

***The Congolese

Asst. Secretary of State for Population Refugees and Migration: We will take most of the 50,000 from DR Congo that the UN wants us to take!

We are assuming that Jason Lee is referring to refugees from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DR Congo), a poor corrupt country in central Africa, and not simply the Congo.

In 2013 Asst. Secretary of State Anne Richard reported that the UN wants 50,000 from the DR Congo resettled over the next few years and that we will take most of them.

If you visit the State Department’s data base, here, we have admitted only 34 refugees from the Congo this fiscal year, but 2,921 this fiscal year so far from DR Congo.  So again, we assume Spartansburg’s new American “seedlings” are from DR Congo.

The majority from the DR Congo are not Muslims although a few are as we reported here.

A large number from DR Congo are abused women and children.  We learned, here, that many of the women need extensive mental health care due to the abuse they have suffered.

By the way, the UN is always in a hurry to clean out its camps and send refugees to the first world rather than waiting out conflicts and then returning refugees to their homes or to countries with a similar culture.  However, in the irony of ironies, they are not in any hurry to resettle Palestinians (that is good for us!) leaving them in ‘camps’ on the border of Israel in order to harass that country for the last 6 decades.

For new readers, our original post on Spartanburg, with updates, may be found here.

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