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Australian Immigration Minister proposing stricter standards for some Muslim refugees

Posted by Ann Corcoran on February 6, 2016

I had just been thinking yesterday that I hadn’t seen any refugee news from Australia for a long time, and up pops this story!

 

 

(Australian readers are always in the top three countries from which we get readers here at RRW.)

From Reuters:

Australia is considering subjecting thousands of refugees from Syria to tougher character and security checks than their European counterparts to minimize the risk of “extremist infiltration”, a leaked policy document says.

The draft document singles out refugees from Syria as potentially holding beliefs or associations that may lead them to engage in violent activities, and outlines measures to monitor them even after they gain Australian citizenship.

Australia is part of the United States-led bombing campaign against the Islamic State militant group in Iraq and Syria and is on heightened alert for attacks by home-grown radicals. Its tough asylum seeker policy, which includes mandatory detention for people arriving by boat, is a hot-button political issue.

[….]

Australia last year agreed to accept 12,000 refugees fleeing the conflict in Syria, as hundreds of thousands of asylum seekers flooded into Europe amidst the worsening conflict.

[….]

The document also singles out Australia’s Lebanese Sunni Muslim population as an example of “potential community safety and national security risks associated with unsuccessful immigration.”

Only about half a million people out of Australia’s 23.5 million are Muslims. At least half live in Sydney’s western suburbs, which were transformed in the mid-1970s from white working-class enclaves into majority-Muslim outposts by a surge of immigration from Lebanon.

Continue reading here.

See our complete category on Australia (173 previous posts) by clicking here.

Posted in Australia, Changing the way we live, Colonization, Community destabilization, diversity's dark side, Muslim refugees, Who is going where | Tagged: , , | 4 Comments »

Alabama governor gets on wrong side of CAIR with comments about refugees

Posted by Ann Corcoran on February 6, 2016

In his State of the State address earlier this week, Alabama Governor Robert Bentley spoke disparagingly about the secrecy that surrounds the resettlement of refugees into 48 US states (they want 50, but so far Wyoming and Montana are holdouts) including his own.  Of course, the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) pounced.

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Khaula Hadeed recently spoke at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Her topic: Islamophobia is it real? https://www.facebook.com/events/1004104292983029/

But, before I get to the news, let me say that this governor could do an awful lot more to help with restoring states’ rights regarding this program than simply spouting words.

He is one of twelve governors who have a ready-made 10th Amendment case just waiting for him to put his name on at the Thomas More Law Center.  It would only take one brave governor to test the legality of what the federal government has been doing to towns and cities for years.

If the governor is going to bring on the wrath of CAIR, he might as well do it with something that matters!

Alabama readers tell your governor to sign on to the Thomas More lawsuit!

Here then is the latest news from the Montgomery Advertiser:

MONTGOMERY — A Muslim advocacy group on Thursday asked to meet with Gov. Robert Bentley about statements he made on a refugee resettlement program that the group says were “derogatory and dehumanizing.”

During his State of the State address on Tuesday, Bentley criticized the federal refugee resettlement program for not disclosing refugees’ background information to government officials in the states where they settle. Bentley alluded to terrorist attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, California, and said “among those killers was a refugee from a terrorist nation.” The governor later said, “Many have entered our state from terrorist nations.

Khaula Hadeed, executive director of the Alabama chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said in a statement that labeling a predominantly Muslim country as a terrorist nation promotes prejudice.

Changing America by changing the people!

This is not only about Bentley disparaging Muslims. Hadeed and CAIR understand the need to continue the UN/US state Department Refugee Admissions Program an important source of Muslim immigrants they need for the Hijrah (the migration).

Hadeed should take up the issue of ‘terrorist nations’ with Obama’s US State Department!

Just yesterday a reader asked me which countries are ‘state sponsors of terrorism.’  I have to admit I had never looked that up, but was then surprised to learn that there are ONLY three designated as such and they were designated decades ago:  Iran, Sudan and Syria!

So when Bentley refers to terrorist nations, and is discussing Syria, he has it right.

Posted in Changing the way we live, Colonization, Community destabilization, Muslim refugees, Refugee Resettlement Program, Stealth Jihad, The Opposition | Tagged: , , | 4 Comments »

Germany: Police raid refugee shelters thwarting ISIS terror plot

Posted by Ann Corcoran on February 5, 2016

Surprise! Not!

Mama Merkel wants workers, gets terrorists!  This is probably just the beginning.

Invasion of Europe news…..

From Deutsche Welle (hat tip: ‘mjazzguitar’):

 

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They allegedly planned to attack a busy shopping area—Alexanderplatz described here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexanderplatz

German police arrested three Algerians suspected of ties to the “Islamic State” militant group and of having planned a terrorist attack in Berlin. Other suspects were questioned during police raids but not arrested.

Suspects encountered during a number of police raids conducted in the early morning hours Thursday had allegedly been planning to meet in Berlin to carry out terrorist attacks. It is not known how close their plans were to completion, but German police said they believed all the suspects had active links to IS.

Martin Steltner, spokesman for the Berlin prosecutor’s office, declined to comment on any further details from the ongoing police investigation but said that prosecutors were aware of a “concrete” plan to target the capital. The German newspaper “Bild” meanwhile claimed that the suspects had been plotting to attack Berlin’s Alexanderplatz, a central shopping and entertainment square as well as a major regional transportation hub. Checkpoint Charlie, the former border crossing between East and West Berlin, was discussed as potential target, according to the German dpa news agency.

About 450 officers were deployed in Berlin during the operation, which occurred as parts of Germany started a week of celebrations marking Carnival amid beefed-up security measures.

[….]

The coordinated police raids carried out on Thursday morning took place at four residences and two businesses in Berlin, a refugee shelter in the town of Attendorn in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, a Hanover refugee shelter and a number of other locations in the city.

NOT refugees!

But, it is no surprise that they took advantage of the flood of migrants as Angela Merkel “welcomed” over a million to Germany in a year.  And, heck, ISIS said all along it would use the refugee flow to infiltrate Europe.  The really stupid leaders of Europe must not have believed them.

The alleged involvement of Algerian nationals in an IS plot is expected to put North African refugees in the spotlight once more, after they were blamed for a series of sexual assaults during New Year’s Eve festivities in Cologne. German Chancellor Angela Merkel had announced recently that refugees from North Africa, including those coming from Algeria, would likely be deported as Germany classified Tunisia, Morocco and Algeria “safe” countries of origin.

More here on the raid at DW.

For our complete archive on the Invasion of Europe, click here.  Want to write a book?  We have probably well over 100 posts on the invasion going back years!

Then, go here, for a rapidly growing body of work on Germany. The actions of German leaders should be studied by all who want to avoid the cultural and economic destruction of their countries via mass migration.

Posted in Africa, Asylum seekers, Colonization, Community destabilization, Crimes, diversity's dark side, Europe, Immigration fraud, Muslim refugees, So what did they expect?, Who is going where | Tagged: , , | 7 Comments »

Tennessee: Refugee agency places immigrants in jobs Americans would love to have!

Posted by Ann Corcoran on February 4, 2016

And, adding insult to injury, the biggest chunk of their funding comes from you—the taxpayer!

Update!  National layoff numbers skyrocket! Breaking story.

This story from The Tennessean is meant to give the impression that this program of World Relief (National Association of Evangelicals) is doing wonderful humanitarian work by helping immigrants and refugees with advanced degrees find good paying jobs.

But, if you are like me, you reacted to this story by immediately asking these questions:

What about Americans who have advanced degrees and no work?  What about all of our children, recent college graduates (with big student loan debt), who can’t find jobs? Shouldn’t they come first?

Not according to World Relief’s REACH program or The Tennessean.

As is too often the case, one must read through refugee sob stories and eventually the reader learns that there are 10,000 immigrants in Tennessee who need high level jobs—-ahhhhhh!  10,000!  I wonder how many Americans with advanced degrees are competing with them for limited job opportunities?  Of course The Tennessean would never give us that number!

And, the American job seekers don’t have the services your tax dollars provide the immigrants through REACH. Here is what World Relief (a so-called Christian charity) does for the immigrants according to The Tennessean.

REACH, in Nashville, connects immigrants to mentors, who seek to introduce them to local individuals in their field, and coaches them through licensing processes. The organization also offers training on resumes and interviews. Between licenses and networking, it typically takes between nine and 12 months for an individual to move from a survival job to a professional one.

REACH, launched in 2011, has been able to help as many as 100 people a year. Among them are Coptic Christians fleeing Egypt, Kurds from Iraq and those coming from Congo after fleeing ethnic persecution in Rwanda.

Watch an unidentified REACH employee explain how they helped ‘Ahmed’ get a $93,000 a year job!

 

 

Here is what a reader said this morning about this story:

I have a very close friend, also an Ivy League masters graduate who is struggling to find a job in the Middle Tennessee job market. In fact, I have several friends, middle-age, well educated, intelligent, hard-working contributors to their communities who live in Middle Tennessee, and who are either unemployed or underemployed.

But the newspaper and the Chamber of Commerce isn’t taking up their cause.

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Neil MacDonald of the Chamber of Commerce told The Tennessean: “If we want to continue to compete on an international basis, it’s essential we continue our growth in diversity.” (Huh?)

Nor do my friends have federal contractor agencies helping them find jobs.

And my friends aren’t wired-in either. They too are struggling.

At least the refugees and their federal contractors can blame the receiving community for not being more “welcoming” and ensuring that new arrivals get the jobs they thought would be waiting for them when they arrived.

According to this article, there are 10,000 refugees in Tennessee who can’t find the jobs they want. Predictably, federal refugee resettlement contractor World Relief and the refugees themselves blame the receiving community as “unwelcoming” because circumstances haven’t unfolded as they had planned.

But, this, of course, doesn’t stop World Relief from keeping their own cash flow going by bringing ever more refugees to the area.

And the Nashville Chamber of Commerce is telling us that businesses here value “diversity” over workers that are raised, educated and have roots in our Tennessee communities.

Speaking of World Relief’s financial position, World Relief Nashville directs people to its national headquarters where we can examine recent financial documents and their Form 990s.

Here we learn that in 2014, World Relief (National Association of Evangelicals) is a $61 million a year operation and that $41 million comes directly from US taxpayers.

They could not supply all of these benefits to job-seeking immigrants if you (or the good-for-nothing Congress!) weren’t willing to pay for it.

Go here to see who else is funding World Relief’s REACH job hunting program.

More on MacDonald, here.

See 83 previous posts on Nashville by clicking here.

Posted in Changing the way we live, Colonization, Community destabilization, Legal immigration and jobs, Muslim refugees, Nashville, Refugee Resettlement Program, Resettlement cities, Taxpayer goodies, The Opposition | Tagged: , | 7 Comments »

France bans protest march at Calais

Posted by Ann Corcoran on February 4, 2016

More Invasion of Europe news….

Not a good idea.  As I see it, these free speech marches serve as a critical valve on the pressure building in communities across Europe. Closing the valve will only cause the steam to build to a level of much greater power—potentially explosive power.

We haven’t mentioned Calais much lately, but if you look back at many previous posts you will see that this encampment of mostly Middle Eastern and African migrants has been growing for years as they press for being allowed to enter the UK where they see the taxpayer-funded ‘services’ more attractive than what is available to them in France.

Pegida in the Netherlands

Here is the latest news from The Local:

The French government has banned public demonstrations in Calais days before the anti-Islam group Pegida had planned to march through the town.

Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve announced the ban on protests “that pose a threat to public order” days before Pegida were hoping to march through Calais.

“I have asked the Pas-de-Calais prefect to proceed with the banning of all protests that have the potential of disrupting public order, no matter who the organizers are,” Cazeneuve said.

The minister said he was referring to all groups who seek “to create tension, division and violence”.

Calais crossing

The northern port town is home to between 4,000 and 6,000 refugees who are living in squalor in a makeshift camp on the edge of town.

Tensions have risen in recent weeks with clashes between migrants desperate to make a bid to get to the UK and the French riot police who block their path.

More here.

Meanwhile….

Germany is building camps with high fences for its trouble-making migrants, it is time for all of the European governments to do the same.

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

Posted in Africa, Asylum seekers, Community destabilization, Crimes, diversity's dark side, Europe, free speech, Immigration fraud, Muslim refugees, Who is going where | Tagged: , , | 7 Comments »

Germany placing trouble-making migrants in security-fenced camps

Posted by Ann Corcoran on February 4, 2016

Invasion of Europe news…..

It sure is about time!  In hopes of heading off more incidents like the New Years Eve rampage when gangs of migrants attacked German women in Cologne (and elsewhere in Germany), the German government has opened a camp (with high security fences) and the first, mostly African migrants, have arrived.

If European countries built camps to hold all migrants in order to sort them out, it would go a long way to stem the tide of those still flowing across European borders by the thousands every day.  How many would launch from North Africa and Turkey if they knew they would be placed in a ‘refugee’ camp in Europe?

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They are still coming into Germany by the thousands every day. Go to this very cool interactive map and see how many are still getting into Europe MOSTLY from Turkey right now which is letting them launch from their shores. http://data.unhcr.org/mediterranean/country.php?id=502

These Africans have already caused trouble and will be among the first to be deported.

From Breitbart London:

Scores of migrants with a history of delinquency and trouble making are being moved to a single camp with high fences and extra security. The camp in Stuttgart, Germany has been designated exclusively for men of North African origin.

The first group of 40 migrants was bussed in from the nearby town of Ellwangen this week, all of whom had been involved in a “large scale incident”, Stuttgarter Nachrichten reports. Half of them were “classified striking or delinquent” by the regional government office.

A spokesman for the office explained that the location had been carefully selected to secure and control the volatile group. “The terrain lends itself because it is fenced”, said Katja Lumpp. “We have increased the security service again, 40 people are now available around the clock. That’s a lot”, she added.

A different spokesman claimed that the move was about bringing the North Africans from rural to urban areas, as they are more likely to be deported than Syrians and Iraqis.

We bring you ‘Invasion of Europe’ news frequently as a lesson for the rest of western civilization!  See our complete archive here.

See our dozens and dozens of posts on Germany by clicking here.

Posted in Asylum seekers, Colonization, Community destabilization, Crimes, diversity's dark side, Europe, Immigration fraud, Muslim refugees, Where to find information, Who is going where | Tagged: , , , | 6 Comments »

Syrian refugees only trickling in; slow pace must be a question of security

Posted by Ann Corcoran on February 3, 2016

In September of last year the Obama Administration announced that the US would take in 10,000 Syrian refugees in the 2016 fiscal year.  This fiscal year runs from October 1, 2015 until September 30, 2016.

That decision touched off a firestorm of opposition from governors and grassroots citizens concerned about security in the wake of the Paris terrorist attack and subsequent San Bernardino slaughter.

According to State Department data bases, only 841 have arrived through January 31st (4 months into the fiscal year).  We can only assume that security screening is responsible for the snails pace.

Coming to a town near you!

 

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Here is where they went (top 5 in red):

Arizona (43)

California (103)

Colorado (19)

Connecticut (33)

Florida (59)

Georgia (16)

Idaho (1)

Illinois (45)

Indiana (18)

Kansas (2)

Kentucky (50)

Maryland (10)

Massachusetts (7)

Michigan (93)

Minnesota (8)

Missouri (8)

Nevada (5)

New Jersey (18)

New York (23)

North Carolina (20)

Ohio (54)

Oregon (9)

Pennsylvania (69)

South Carolina (2)

Tennessee (6)

Texas (66)

Utah (12)

Virginia (6)

Washington (21)

Wisconsin (3)

The vast majority of 841 are Sunni Muslims!

Of the 841 admitted this fiscal year, here is the breakdown of the others:  Catholic (3), Christian (1), Greek Orthodox (1), Orthodox (2), and other religion (1).

They have a long way to reach Obama’s goal of 10,000 mostly Muslim Syrians by Sept. 30th!

Posted in Colonization, Community destabilization, Muslim refugees, Obama, Refugee Resettlement Program, Refugee statistics, Resettlement cities, Where to find information, Who is going where | Tagged: , | 6 Comments »

Senate Homeland Security Committee worries about Canada’s Syrian refugee flood

Posted by Ann Corcoran on February 3, 2016

The plan by new Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau foresees 25,000 Syrian refugees to arrive in Canada by the end of the month. US Senators worry that they cannot be thoroughly vetted and ask that since we share an over 5,000 mile border could the massive influx pose security threats for us?

The Committee will hold a hearing this morning at 10 a.m. (see here).

Here is the news at Channel News Asia:

WASHINGTON/OTTAWA: Canada is proceeding with plans to take in 25,000 Syrian refugees, but the country’s background-vetting programme is under scrutiny by a U.S. congressional panel, with a hearing set for Wednesday, amid lawmaker concerns about U.S. security.

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Pals! Canada’s Immigration minister pretty much says, who cares what the US Senate does, we have already run it past Obama and he is fine with it! Photo: The boys will meet again in Washington in March. http://www.am980.ca/2015/12/29/justin-trudeau-to-visit-barack-obama-march-10th/

The Senate Homeland Security Committee has questions about the Ottawa government’s intake of refugees by the end of February and the possibility that violent militants could mix in and cross the long, largely porous U.S.-Canada border.

At the public hearing, senators will question U.S. and Canadian experts and a U.S. Border Patrol officer on Canada’s “fast track” resettlement programme. Canada’s government turned down an invitation to send a spokesperson to the session.

“We have been in frequent touch with members of the U.S. administration who are satisfied with what we are doing … if the U.S. Senate wants to engage in these activities, that is their right, of course,” John McCallum, Canada’s immigration minister, told reporters on Tuesday.

Initial inquiries show Canada’s background checks on refugees are less rigorous than the 18- to 24-month vettings done by U.S. authorities before letting any Syrian refugee set foot on American soil, congressional aides said.

Canada’s new Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has already delayed his government’s program. It had targeted resettlement of the 25,000 by the end of 2015.  Now the target is February.

By the way, Canada’s plan could affect states like Montana that share long borders with our neighbor to the north.

We have a huge archive on Canada, this is our 170th post on their problems with refugees.  Click here.  Be sure to note that Trudeau was at Davos recently with the other globalists.

Posted in Canada, Colonization, Community destabilization, Muslim refugees, Obama, Refugee Resettlement Program, Who is going where | Tagged: , | 3 Comments »

Missoula, Montana citizens oppose plan to resettle refugees, over 100 turn out in cold/snow

Posted by Ann Corcoran on February 2, 2016

Update Feb. 3:  Leo Hohmann at WND has a more detailed account of what happened in Montana, here.

***Update***  National Public Radio has a headline story that reports ACT for America’s role at the rally, see it here.

 

We told you here that a demonstration was planned for the steps of the county court house yesterday and here are a couple of news reports on how it went.

I don’t have much time today to do this story justice, but wanted you to have a quick summary.

Organizers were very happy with the turnout of around 100-125 people including a small contingent who came over from Sandpoint, Idaho (we reported on their situation here).  Almost 20,000 viewed that post on facebook!

From The Missoulian:

Missoula became a center of the anti-refugee settlement movement Monday morning as more than 100 people from across the state and Idaho took to the snow-lined sidewalk in front of the Missoula County Courthouse to decry what they see as a national threat.

“Right now, we’re locked in a battle to protect our security, to protect our country,” said organizer Jim Buterbaugh of Whitehall. “We are fighting the system, trying to head this thing off at the pass.”

Dubbed the “American Security Rally,” Buterbaugh expressed amazement at the turnout.

Only six activists in support of seeding Montana with refugees were present.

Continue reading here.

The specter of Amarillo was raised!

 

One new Montana resident came from that refugee overloaded city of Amarillo, TX and warned Montanans what they face if they go forward with ‘welcoming’ refugees.  Take a minute and read our recent post on Amarillo being destroyed and how the mayor has no power to stop it! (This Amarillo post was viewed on facebook by over 17,000 readers! and was our top post by far for the month of January.)

From KVGO News Talk:

….one speaker, Karen Sherman, who told KGVO News she just moved to Missoula from Amarillo, Texas, shared the problems her hometown has faced with massive immigration.

“Amarillo is overrun with refugees,” Sherman said. “Our city is failing because of the refugees. We have 22 different languages spoken in our schools, We’ve got 42 different languages being fielded by our 9-1-1 call centers, and crime is just through the roof. We need to exercise caution, especially for the sake of our children.

More here.

It is heartening to see that people who have had experience with refugee colonization, or who are fighting resettlement elsewhere are working together and helping each other!

Our complete archive on Montana is here.  And, go here to learn more about other ‘Pockets of Resistance.

Posted in Changing the way we live, Colonization, Community destabilization, creating a movement, Pockets of Resistance, Refugee Resettlement Program, Resettlement cities, Who is going where | Tagged: , | 6 Comments »

Marshalltown, Iowa, the town a foreign-owned company changed forever

Posted by Ann Corcoran on February 1, 2016

This is one more in a long sad line of American towns and cities changed forever due to the needs of greedy global corporations (not just meatpackers!) and their appetite for cheap immigrant labor.  They get the cheap labor, we get the poverty and extra welfare expenses, not to mention the cultural upheaval!

Marshalltown, of course, is in the news because all eyes are on Iowa today.

Be sure to see an earlier post on how JBS Swift (a Brazilian owned company) is destroying the American middle class in Marshalltown.

And, don’t miss my post of only a couple of weeks ago about foreign-owned companies like JBS Swift changing America by changing the people.

“Taking food out of our [American] mouths!”

From Philly.com thanks to a reader:

The blue-collar city, which has shed manufacturing jobs, epitomizes the economic squeeze of the American middle class. And Marshalltown has grappled for years with immigration, the issue that fires up conservative GOP base voters almost as much as terrorism.

Today, about a quarter of Marshalltown’s population of 28,000 is Latino. By contrast, Hispanics make up about 6 percent of Iowa’s population. A number of Burmese and Sudanese immigrants also have settled here.

Job cuts

In the 1980s the meatpacking industry mechanized production, boosting output and slashing wages. Meat processors already faced a labor shortage as the U.S. rural population shrank and fewer Americans wanted the repetitive, dangerous jobs, the industry says. Packers turned to Mexico and the rest of Latin America for workers.  [B.S. they could have paid a decent salary and kept American workers!—ed]

“It’s like they’ve got a sign on the border, ‘Come to Marshalltown,’ ” said Mike Foreman, 66, who worked at the meatpacking plant until 2000, when a back injury forced him to retire.

“The company paid them less than they paid us,” he said last week at the city’s senior citizens center. “The way I look at it, they’re taking food out of our mouths.”

Continue reading here.

See all of our posts over the years about meatpackers by clicking here.

Posted in 2016 Presidential campaign, Changing the way we live, Colonization, Community destabilization, diversity's dark side, Legal immigration and jobs, Refugee Resettlement Program, Taxpayer goodies, Who is going where | Tagged: , , | 1 Comment »

 
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