Don’t eat the chocolate!

This has nothing to do with refugees (it will someday as the Muslim population in the US increases), but I saw this story about Cadbury Chocolates (owned by Mondelez International) under the gun in certain parts of the world to prove that they were not adding Pig DNA to their chocolate bars and it so ticked me off that I wanted you to see it.

Read it yourself and get ready for the chocolate riots in Malaysia and Indonesia!

Here is a suggestion: shut up and don’t eat the chocolate.

Unfortunately, however, we increasingly see the food industry and western governments prostrating themselves in the face of Islamic tyranny and Shariah law.

Russian gays/lesbians busy in NYC seeking asylum

The latest cool project for the resettlement industry is the push to admit gays and lesbians from countries, like Russia and certain Muslim countries, where they are hated.  Here is an essay from a NYC Russian political activist, Masha Gessen, mostly about how great it is to be in America, to get stuff, and to get married.

Masha Gessen author of “Words Will Break Cement: The Passion of Pussy Riot.”

You can read the whole thing, but I thought a bit of it was very informative.  Check out ‘Immigration Equality’ here where they brag about being behind the campaign to lift the HIV/AIDS bar to admission to the US and report that they are all for “comprehensive immigration reform.”

From the Washington Post (hat tip: Joanne):

There are many of us. No one knows how many exactly, but Immigration Equality, the biggest organization working on behalf of LGBT asylum-seekers in this country, hired a full-time Russian-speaking paralegal last winter — and still the wait for an intake interview can be weeks or months.

How to get stuff:

One of the most prized recipes exchanged among new refugees, second perhaps to securing a good immigration lawyer, is how to get a New York state ID. It involves opening bank accounts, engaging in a certain number of financial transactions and traveling to the outer boroughs on a regular basis — because not all bank branches will open an account for someone with a foreign passport and without a Social Security number. Refugees also coach one another on how to get an apartment through a co-signer, how to get your emergency-room bill adjusted down and where to find free English classes.  [Free to whom? Someone pays for the free stuff, for the re-adjusted emergency-room bill!—ed]

For $25 bucks and an expired tourist visa you can get married:

And then there’s the one place in New York City where you can get a gorgeous bumazhka — a piece of paper — recognizing you and a partner as a married couple. You can use your Russian passport with its tourist visa. Hell, the visa can even be expired. You need one witness. Pay $25, and a city official will say to you: “By the powers vested in me by the State of New York, I now pronounce you married. You can seal your union with a kiss.” Then you kiss. In public, safely.

There is more, read it all here (if you want to).

Here is a post we wrote in December of last year about Russians coming across the Mexican border, claiming to be gay and asking for asylum.


Ireland to take 90+ Syrians, but no welfare for them

More in our ‘invasion of Europe’ series!

Ireland, like all Western countries, has been pressured by the United Nations to do its part and take Syrian “refugees.”  A few months ago they agreed to take 90.  They have 94 applications.

The mystery remains about why the US hasn’t opened America’s door to Syrians in any large numbers yet, especially in light of the enormous pressure from the UN and the US resettlement contractors.

Ireland here we come!

From the Journal:

IRELAND HAS RECEIVED 94 applications from Syrians living in Ireland, asking for vulnerable members of their family still caught up in the conflict to be allowed to travel and reside here.


People currently still in Syria or those who have fled to neighbouring countries were eligible to apply through their relatives in Ireland.

At the time, then-Minister for Justice, Shatter, said the situation in Syria had reached “catastrophic proportions” and Ireland needed to do more to “allay the concerns of family members who are present here about their most vulnerable family members”.

He said it was also important to show solidarity to Syria’s neighbours, including the Lebanon and Turkey, which have been shouldering the burden of the refugee crisis since 2011.  [Nuts!—ed]


“A sponsor may be a single person or the head of a family unit. Persons admitted under the programme will be entitled to work, establish a business, or invest in the State.”

There are strict obligations for the applicants in that the person “should not become a burden on the State”.

If these family members cannot find employment the onus will be on the sponsors to support them during their time in Ireland.

So, what happens if they fall into poverty and become a burden on the State, is Ireland going to kick them out?  I doubt it!

See this very informative graphic we posted in February with the promises made by Western countries.