A few days ago, Garnet published a piece written by Pamela Geller on the devastating impact felt by Americans after the influx of muslim refugees who are being placed in several of our cities. The focus of that piece was on Twin Falls, Idaho, (see Garnet’s piece here,) but numerous cities across the US are feeling the effects of O’s programs to seed muslims into our country.
It’s called Al hijrah, jihad by immigration, and while this is a serious issue, it’s been shuffled to the back pages and smaller headlines of websites because of the focus on our presidential election and Hillary’s email issues which went from being scandalous to an insignificant bump in the road. While America drools and comments on Trumps idiotic tweets and watches Hillary tell one lie after another, O is planting muslim refugees in places like St. Cloud, MN, Spartanburg, SC, and Athens, GA just to name a few.
The U.S. State Department, working with the United Nations, has permanently resettled more than 132,000 Somali ”refugees” into dozens of American cities since 1983, according to federal data collected by themselves, the State Department, so one has to wonder what the real numbers are. Over the last decade, the feds have resettled an average of 7,000 Somali refugees per year into the US, with Minneapolis-St. Paul receiving the largest number, followed by Columbus, Ohio, San Diego, Seattle and Atlanta. Maine, Texas, North Dakota, Tennessee and even Alaska have also received dozens if not hundreds of Somali refugees.
Earlier this month, Minnesota residents of the Lake Calhoun area state that a mob of up to 30 young Somali men paraded through one of Minneapolis’ more upscale neighborhoods last week, drove into their yards, yelling disparaging comments and threats against homeowners. A female resident of the neighborhood, related how she was screamed at by a Somali man who threatened to kidnap and rape her. “They were screaming at the house that they were going to kidnap me and rape me,” she told KSTP TV. “It was a very traumatizing experience.”
It’s important to note here that Minnesota is run by one Democrat governor, Mark Dayton and in the Cedar Riverside area of Minneapolis, often called “Little Mogadishu” for its swelling Somali community, the city’s mayor, Betsy Hodges, has in the past showed up for meetings with leaders of the local Somali community dressed in a hijab. Obviously, local and state governments are making O’s plan easier to implement.
In 2014, Athens, GA saw the impact of 40 new refugee families settled in their community, with plans to increase the number of families to 60 per year in the near future.
Last year there were only eight-six refugees planted in north Texas, but as the top resettlement state in the nation, it will receive the most Syrians. The Syrian American Council said more are on their way after the State Department agreed to accept as many as 10,000.
To answer the question of who is helping to resettle so many refugees in the US, look no further than an organization called World Relief, funded by the State Dept through free federal grants. They partner with local churches, also known as stakeholders and contractors, to “help thousands of refugees replant their lives in a new culture, empowers survivors of human trafficking and serves immigrants with helpful legal services.”
Ann Corcoran (some of you may remember Ann from her youtube video last year) of the Refugee Resettlement Watch blog stated that when an agency like World Relief opens an office in a city, it means refugees will be arriving soon. There are no public hearings or announcements in local media, Corcoran said. Typically a story will appear in the local newspaper just before or after the first arrivals appear in town.
A year ago World Relief Local Director Jason Lee said they would only bring a few refugees to Spartanburg, SC, but now he says 120 will be arriving in the upcoming year. Will it be 200 the year after that? “We’re compelled by our faith. … We’re called to stand for the vulnerable,” Lee said.
Corcoran met some activists at a conference who wanted to find out more about the plans for resettling United Nations-certified refugees in their city. One activist is Christina Jeffrey, a political science professor and former U.S. House of Representatives historian.
Jeffrey discovered that the objective is to plant a “seed community” in Spartanburg that will eventually blossom and transform the city. The federal government is creating communities within communities often pitted against each other economically and culturally. It’s the same tactic that has been used for decades in Europe.
While World Relief would have us believe their efforts stem from compassion and faith, Ms. Corcoran recently came across this poster being distributed in North Dakota.
Notice that its message is aimed at ‘new’ Americans, although they’re far from being Americans, and it’s funded by the Labor Dept.
The last line reads –
“This workforce solution was funded in part by a grant awarded by the US Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration. A member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System.”
Breitbart reports that in FY 2015, the State Department, through the Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration and the Office of Refugee Resettlement, spent more than $1 billion on these programs, which settled international refugees “vetted” by the United Nations High Commission on International Refugees in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. The federal government spent hundreds of millions of dollars more than that on refugees, however. The Department of Health and Human Services also provided a number of “entitlements” to these refugees.
Much of this $1 billion in annual revenue goes to voluntary agencies (VOLAGs), several of which are Christian non-profits, such as Catholic Charities, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, World Relief Corporation, Church World Service, and Domestic and Foreign Missionary Service of the Episcopal Church of the USA. (also referred to as Episcopal Migration Ministries), who are contracted on behalf of the government to help these refugees get settled in their new homes in America.
Meanwhile, ISIS admits they’re using immigration for terror, but nothing to see here folks. Just helpless immigrants looking for jobs and a place to live.