Free rides for refugees – Displacing Europe’s Population

I am not a fan of Info Wars in particular, but they often provide leads to information one would not find otherwise. Either way, one has to wonder why Europe is so worried about Russia when they are no less allowing the Trojan horse of millions of refugees into their midst which will ultimately doom themselves. There are Millions of Dollars in the business of taking care of refugees, so this is not so far fetched. Check out

   There’s money to made on these Syrian Refugees‏ 

Here we go with the latest from Moon Battery:

Combine the mass importation of “refugees” with Africa’s exploding population rate and you have effective genocide. If this continues, within a century Europeans will face a situation as grim as whites do now in South Africa. Another century after that and no one will even remember Europeans; the continent will be populated by savages squatting in dung huts.

If Russia invaded, Europe would fight back. But to be conquered by Russians would be infinitely better than to be displaced out of existence by uncountable hordes of Africans, because there would still be such a thing as the future.

More at Moonbattery

Will a Judge order Trump to double 50,000 refugees into the U.S?

What the environmentalists did in the courts to win so-called “settlements” with the EPA, the Soros sponsored groups will move on to attack Trump. I suggest that March 28, 2017 will become D-Day for whether anarchy will prevail. Will a Judge attempt to usurp the power of the President and “order” more imports of terrorists? In the case of the “greenies” a simple suit against the government would bring a wink and a nod in court and an out of court settlement would occur. So consider the ramifications of this:

A federal District Court judge in Maryland is considering whether he should order President Donald Trump to double the annual inflow of refugees up to 100,000 per year.

Any demand by the judge that the federal government airbus an extra 50,000 migrants — including many adherents of Islam’s sharia legal system — into American neighborhoods would be an unusual intervention into government roles normally left to the elected President and Congress.

The judge revealed his proposal in a footnote in his March 15 decision where he denounced Trump’s reformist Executive Orders, which sharply curbs the inflow of refugees from war-torn Islamic countries.

The judge’s footnote declared:

On February 22, 2017, Plaintiffs filed a Motion for a Preliminary Injunction of S 5(d) of the Executive Order, ECF No. 64, requesting that the Court enjoin a specific provision of the First Executive Order. With the agreement of the parties, the Court set a briefing and hearing schedule extending to March 28, 2017. The Court will resolve that Motion, which the parties have agreed should be construed to apply to the successor provision of the Second Executive Order, in accordance with the previously established schedule.

The plaintiffs’ request for 100,000 refugees each year was made by lawyers for the International Refugee Assistance Protect, HIAS Inc., a so-called “VOLAG” which is paid by federal agencies to import refugees, and by members of the Middle East Studies Association.

“Judge Chuang’s ruling … leaves the door open for further discussion of our challenges to the refugee ban, an opening we intend to pursue,” said a March 15 statement from HIAS. “So stay tuned for more news as our lawsuit continues.”  HIAS received at least $19.5 million in government grants in 2014, according to its federal 990 form.

More at Breitbart

Bill Kristol: “Lazy” White Working Class Should be replaced by “New Americans”

This is why the old guard of the GOP almost took the GOP over the cliff. A link to the hour long interview can be found over at the Daily Caller. The interview didn’t get much better than this clip. Contempt of us worker bees, and a callous disregard was the order of the day. Here tis:

Weekly Standard editor-at-large Bill Kristol said Tuesday afternoon that the white working class should be replaced by immigrants as they have become “decadent, lazy” and “spoiled.”

“Look, to be totally honest, if things are so bad as you say with the white working class, don’t you want to get new Americans in?” Kristol told author Charles Murray during an event hosted by the American Enterprise Institute titled “It Came Apart: What’s Next for a Fractured Culture.” Murray recently wrote a book, entitled “Coming Apart,” which focuses on the cultural separation between the wealthiest and most educated white Americans and the poorest and least educated white Americans.


Read more: Daily Caller

Not his first brush with this idea. Earlier post: 

Jordan on Refugees: ‘We can’t vet these people’

H/T:Weasel Zippers

Prince Faisal bin Hussein is the younger brother of Jordanian King Abdullah II and serves as Regent when the King is out of the country. One of his areas of interest is information technology. When he says the Syrian refugees can’t be vetted, he knows what he’s talking about, particularly since he has 655,000 of them camped out in his back yard. Further, it has come to light that a “glitch” prevented U.S. vetting personnel from searching CIA databases which would have revealed pertinent information regarding Syrian refugees. The Obama regime knew about this “glitch” yet continued to tell us that the Syrians already allowed into the U.S. had been “rigorously” vetted.

Via Daily Caller:

Prince Faisal bin Hussein told GOP North Carolina Congressman Mark Walker the Jordanian government could not vet Syrian refugees, The Washington Examiner reports.

Walker, the chairman of the Republican Study Committee, was in Jordan at the time of the comment for a fact finding mission. The U.S. Department of State reportedly tried to tell Walker that the vetting process was thorough, just hours before Hussein told him, “we can’t vet these people.”

The United Nations High Committee on Refugees believes 655,000 Syrian refugees currently reside in Jordan, dispersed across multiple camps.

Hussein’s comments echo the security concerns expressed in the executive order by President Donald Trump Friday that indefinitely suspended the Syrian refugee program. The suspension came just days after news broke that the FBI is revetting Syrian refugees allowed into the U.S. that must be revetted.

The lapse in vetting reportedly stems from a 2015 glitch that prevented U.S. authorities from gleaning possible “derogatory” information about the refugees at the time. The glitch prevented relevant personnel from searching CIA databases, which included potentially compromising information on refugees. New investigations include several dozen Syrian refugees, and began before President Donald Trump took office.

Federal agents speaking to The Los Angeles Times elaborated that one of the admitted refugees may have been in contact with an Islamic State operative, and another failed a polygraph test.

Former President Barack Obama’s administration repeatedly emphasized the rigorous nature of the refugee vetting process. Former White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said in August that the administration was able to increase Syrian refugees in 2015 “without cutting any corners when it comes to security.” Earnest continued, claiming that “significant screening was put in place to ensure that these individuals don’t pose an undue threat to our national security.”

 

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San Francisco suspends ties to FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force

The San Francisco police department is suspending ties with the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force.

The announcement comes amid growing concerns of spying on Muslim Americans by the new Trump Administration.

San Francisco may become a model as other cities more closely examine relationships with the feds. The concern is that local police departments could be used for surveillance that is broad and possibly unconstitutional.

“Donald Trump made very clear that he was going to be targeting Muslims and he wants mass Muslim surveillance and part of the work done with the JTTF could feed into this horrible Muslim registry, they’re talking about,” said retired attorney John Crew, who fights for civil liberty issues.

More ABC7 News with a clip that is well worth the trip.  Below is from June, 2016. I switched out the clip from earlier.

Schumer 2015: “Refugee Ban Necessary” VS. Schumer 2017: “Trump Is Mean.” CRYING!

We show you how fake Chuck Schumer’s tears really were. A clip from 2015 shows him agreeing with a halt in all refugees, and a stoppage in the program. This versus the clip this week showing him crying fake tears over Trump’s muslim immigration order, saying it was “mean spirited. These things just write themselves.

Church Leaders denounce Trump’s plan to favor Christian refugees

Forget that only a handful of Christians have been permitted refugees status while hordes in the millions have flooded Europe, mostly male. Forget that Christians are the most persecuted minority with horrendous stories of torture and murder. So where are our Christian church leaders in this? According to the New York Times, ‘outrage’ at Trump’s plan to save them. I can believe it. Many churches have become nothing more than indoctrination hubs for  progressivism. Here tis:

christiansThe executive order he signed on Friday gives preference to refugees who belong to a religious minority in their country, and have been persecuted for their religion.

But if Mr. Trump had hoped for Christian leaders to break out in cheers, that is, for the most part, not what he has heard so far.

A broad array of clergy members has strongly denounced Mr. Trump’s order as discriminatory, misguided and inhumane. Outrage has also come from some of the evangelical, Roman Catholic and mainline Protestant leaders who represent the churches most active in trying to aid persecuted Christians.

By giving preference to Christians over Muslims, religious leaders have said the executive order pits one faith against another. By barring any refugees from entering the United States for nearly four months, it leaves people to suffer longer in camps, and prevents families from reuniting.

Also, many religious leaders have said that putting an indefinite freeze on refugees from Syria, and cutting the total number of refugees admitted this year by 60,000, shuts the door to those most in need.

“We believe in assisting all, regardless of their religious beliefs,” said Bishop Joe S. Vásquez, the chairman of the committee on migration for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.

More at  New York Times and well worth the full read.

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