Many of our newly minted Syrian Refugees are questionable at best


The Breibart post has the following headline Unholy Alliance: Christian Charities Profit from $1 Billion Fed Program to Resettle Refugees, 40 Percent Muslim. The focus was on the big bucks various agencies were making off the import of all these refugees that Ryan, Clinton and Obama are determined to thrust upon us. Obama is proud he is on track to reach his 10,000 Syrians by September. Buried in the post were chilling details of just how many of these refugees have no interest in American values. This is what will get us and our neighbors killed. Here tis:

Of the 100,000 refugees resettled in the United States in 2014 under the Refugee Resettlement program, an estimated 40 percent were Muslims.

Despite claims that these Muslim refugees have been “vetted” to keep out terrorists, numerous reports, including those by the Department of Homeland Security and FBI, indicate that this process is flawed, especially for refugees from countries like Syria, where virtually no data bases to perform background checks exist.The likelihood that some number of these Muslim refugees—whether from Syria, Iraq, Somalia, or any of the other predominantly Muslim countries that send refugees to the United States—are Islamist terrorists is very high.

For instance, a recent Pew Research Poll indicated that approximately 14 percent of Muslims in 11 major Muslim majority countries sympathize with ISIS.

Another recent poll indicated that 13 percent of Syrian refugees coming to the United States “have a positive” or “positive to some extent” view of ISIS.

Since 1980, an estimated three million international refugees have entered the United States through this program, or approximately 100,000 per year for 35 years. Until 1990, very few Muslims were brought in. Since then, about 40 percent of refugees have been Muslim. In those 25 years, more than one million Muslims have been brought to the United States through this program.

Over the past five years, 680,000 green cards have been issued to Muslim immigrants (not all of whom came to the U.S. under the Refugee Resettlement program).

The national security concerns surrounding the Syrian refugees has not prompted these Christian non-profit VOLAGs to reconsider their refugee resettlement programs. Instead, as Refugee Resettlement Watch reported on Friday, they have just launched a massive public relations campaign to change the minds of the majority of Americans, whom three major polls show oppose letting any more Syrian refugees in the country.

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32 Responses to “Many of our newly minted Syrian Refugees are questionable at best”

  1. THE RIPENING WANDERER Says:

    Reblogged this on THE RIPENING WANDERER and commented:
    There is nothing I can add to this post except my sincere thanks for Bunkerville providing it for our information.

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  2. Silverfiddle Says:

    Thank you for pointing out the vast multi-billion dollar government-sponsored immigration scheme. That is politicians of all parties, businesses and the power elites love unbridled immigration: Big Money.

    When you consider the downstream flow to the human traffickers our government encourages, its a global, multi-billion dollar business.

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  3. Silverfiddle Says:

    “Vetting” is a sad, sick joke played on us. You cannot vet someone coming from a war-torn nation with a government hostile to us. Go deep into the “vetting” details, and they are using school/church/mosque certificates, pictures in front of landmarks, etc.

    Someone presents himself a Mohammad Fadl from Aleppo, there is no way to know. We do have a data base of people, sometimes just names, others with fingerprints or more detailed biometrics. The one valid thing the government “vetting” program does is check people against that database. If the person isn’t in there, they could be anybody.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      The one thing that there might be records of and that is Christians from these failed states. Records of their membership in various churches are often kept by denomination offices. Ministers could as well vouch for the authenticity. But only a handful of Christians reach our shores.

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  4. Steve Dennis Says:

    If 13% of them are willing to admit they support ISIS you have to wonder how high that number really is. What a disaster!

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  5. Mustang Says:

    I think we should resettle Syrians (and other Islamists). We should resettle them from the land of the living to somewhere else.

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  6. Lorra B. Says:

    No matter what side of the fence you sit on, “let’em all in” or “Get’em all out,” common sense SHOULD prevail. Just for fun, what if within every group of refugees of 1000 their where just one “Freddy Kruger” or “Jason”?? Would folks wake up then? Because without proper vetting that is exactly what is happening!!! No matter what you believe, believe this…God gave us all brains, Christians and non-Christians alike. Using Wisdom and Discernment would be welcomed right about now, not just by our government but by our citizens as well. IMHO.

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  7. Always On Watch Says:

    Subversion on steroids! 😦

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  8. the unit Says:

    Maybe everybody knew this but me. Anyway.
    I have been wondering why the attitude to take in refugees so readily is so similar in so many of the nations of the West? U.S., Germany, France, Sweden and so forth. I’ve read comment questions as to why aren’t they refuged in the Gulf States, like Saudi Arabia and others?
    Well I read this morning the Gulf States aren’t legally obligated to provide refuge or asylum. Huh? So we and the rest of the West are? What’s the legal authority to regulate and enforce this legal obligation? Guess the U.N? It’s the U.N. Convention on Refugees of 1951, administrated by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Actually the U.S. never ratified it as information I read says U.S. is not a party to it (President must have signed it though). But did (I guess) the 1967 Protocols which further identified who are refugees, asylum seekers, and the demographics from which they may originate from, as information says U.S. a party to that. All of what is the E.U. and Australia signed on to both and must have followed with however they ratify such. (Probably just their leaders signing on was all needed.)
    Of course our administration likes to do what the U.N. says. And it seems administrations prior to this one too. Gulf States didn’t sign on.
    The best place I found to read about this legal mumbo jumbo and who is obligated and who is not is a site which pertains to Australia which honors the convention treaty and protocols.
    Read if you like. I found it pretty interesting. Obama would say that’s who we are. I say we are committing suicide. As has long been said…get the U.S. out of the U.N. and the U.N. out of the U.S.
    http://www.lowyinstitute.org/publications/australia-and-1951-refugee-convention

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  9. Sparky Says:

    As far as I’m concerned, the Department of Homeland Security, FBI, DOJ, etc. are also Muslim terrorists since they back everything that Crooked Pant Suit does or says. I imagine the terrorists in our country is much higher than they claim.
    Do you ever get the feeling that the devil is building his army by positioning this evil all around the world for the Last Days? All the while the Clueless Hoard play with their iPhones and worry about if a T-shirt or a word is racist. Hmmmm …

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  10. gds44 Says:

    Reblogged this on Gds44's Blog.

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  11. Just Simply Linda Says:

    {{{Sigh}} not surprising, really. The bleeding heart liberals can launch all the awareness programs they want, my mind won’t change. Hey, I am reminded on what Obama said he was going to change America and his masterful plan is almost finished…and then folks want the 3rd term with pant suit…shaking my head…if elected, we deserve what’s coming. Just saying and I hate saying that.

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