I just now posted an article about Welcoming Tennessee and the propaganda film that is being shown around the country in advance of the election, here. As it happens, no sooner had I posted the Shelbyville story when I saw this one from North Dakota. Maybe all you welcoming propagandists should hussle on out to Jamestown and try to convince that town that diversity is strength! Maybe you can beat CAIR there (see dozens of posts on the Council on American Islamic Relations hit squad)!
From The Jamestown Sun:
A dispute between a Somali woman applying for work and the management of a local nursing home degenerated into a loud conflict last week that led to law enforcement officers being called, according to reports from the Jamestown Police Department.
The incident occurred on Oct. 6 when Ismahan Ismail, accompanied by two friends, applied for a job at Bethel 4 Acres. Ismail has been a resident of Jamestown since April when she moved to the area from San Diego, Calif. Originally from Somalia, she has lived in the United States for 10 years.
“You’ll hear from us”
I have no doubt!
“They came in and wanted a job,” said Delores Bagan, administrator of Bethel 4 Acres. “We said the job was filled and they called me a liar and showed the ad from the paper. They kept on arguing. We told them the job was filled and they should go. They wouldn’t take no for an answer.”
Bagan said she had filled the job “a couple of days” earlier but had inadvertently allowed the classified ad in The Jamestown Sun to continue to run. She also commented on the appearance of the women, who were dressed in full-length, robe-like dresses and head scarves.
“Dressed in that flowing garb they couldn’t fill a position scrubbing floors and toilets,” she said.
Bagan said the women swore at her and didn’t leave until they saw the police.
“They were harassing because they wouldn’t leave and demanded a position,” she said. “They threatened ‘you’ll hear from us.’”
Set up? Stealth Jihad? You betcha! Read it all.
For new readers: We have admitted well over 100,000 Somali refugees to the US. To check out the numbers visit this post, probably our most widely read post over the last few years. In FY2010 which ended September 30th the US State Department resettled 4,884 Somalis (here) to towns near you.
Also, after being closed for nearly two years, the US State Department is on the verge of resuming the fraud-ridden family reunification program that admitted as many as 36,000 Somalis fraudulently to the US between 2003 and 2008. See the latest on new regulations, here.