The following story from Refugee Resttlement Watch gives us insight just how egregious this Administration’s refugee policies are. Just how do all these Somalis come to our shores? Apparently we go throughout the world collecting them from countries who have already had a shot at them and decided they don’t want them.
Earlier I posted: Obama races to import Far East ‘refugees’ before Trump comes to town
TURNBULL and Obama Government officials are racing to begin resettling refugees in the United States before the incoming Trump administration can halt the deal between the two countries.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has ordered the biggest peacetime border protection operation in Australian history to deter people smugglers after the US agreed to accept refugees currently held on Nauru and Manus Island.
The agreement will see women, children, family groups and other vulnerable refugees assessed for residency in the United States.
…the FACT that we are picking up Somalis all over the world and bringing them to Anytown, USA, I want to mention this again.
(You can see my archive on South Africa by clicking here.)
The joke is that although South Africa is still being touted as the Rainbow Nation that welcomes all races and religions, it is not happy with its fellow black Africans and most particularly the Somalis. So guess what? We take them! We are bringing them as ‘refugees’ to America from South Africa. (Map over at link)
Just like Australia’s unwanted illegal aliens, why are South Africa’s illegal aliens our problem?
Buffalo News story:
The father is from Somalia. He fled his country and made the risky journey to South Africa. That’s where he met his eventual wife and where his daughters were born, but where the family did not have permanent residency. [What! We thought everyone was welcome in SA?—ed]
So the United Nations sent them to us!
The City of Buffalo has taken in thousands of immigrants and refugees in recent years, and it’s reflected in many of its schools. More than 85 different languages are spoken throughout the district, but that number can change by the day.