Conservative Review on Chattanooga and our LEGAL immigration system admitting potential jihadists

Here is a piece I missed from last Friday at Conservative Review written by one of the sharpest policy minds in the blogosphere, Daniel Horowitz.
From Chattanooga: The Effects of Our Suicidal Immigration Policy‘ (hat tip: Joanne):

After 9/11, when the bipartisan 9/11 Commission identified the obvious root cause of the attack as an immigration problem, we doubled down on stupidity. The U.S. has admitted roughly 1.6 million individuals from predominantly Muslim countries since 9/11 – twice the rate of immigration from that part of the world relative to the previous decade.

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Get it and read it!


According to a new poll commissioned by the Center for Security Policy, 51% of Muslims in America believe “Muslims in America should have the choice of being governed according to sharia.” Twenty-nine percent agree that violence against those who insult Mohammad is acceptable and 25% agree that violence against America can be justified as part of Global Jihad. Among males under the age of 45 that number rises to 36%. Twenty-nine percent of males under 45 believe that violence against America is justified in order to make Sharia the law of the land. With an estimated 3 million Muslims in this country (projected to triple by 2050), that could mean there are hundreds of thousands of radicalized ones.

The more precipitously Muslim immigrants are admitted to this country, the less likely they will assimilate and the more likely they will cluster in cities and cultivate a climate of Jihad. The numbers speak for themselves. This is by no means the majority of Muslims, but 25% support for Jihad is an awful lot of security risks, especially among young males.


One of the most imminent threats to our country is the broken refugee system.

Continue reading here and see three things Horowitz says Congress must do to keep us safe.
I suggest a fourth!  In addition to holding up the Syrian resettlement, we need a moratorium on all immigration from countries that hate us and it isn’t simply to avoid more terror attacks, it is to stop the HijraHijra is the insidious Islamic Doctrine of immigration—Mohammed told his followers to go forth and spread Islam across the world and they are doing it!  That (for me) is the existential threat facing America.  It may take them decades to achieve their goal, but they work on the migration jihad every single day as we simply talk about terrorism in the short term.
By the way, I was glad to see that Horowitz has screen shots from the State Department data base I mention frequently.

Columbus Dispatch: Investigate federal Office of Refugee Resettlement

So much for the Obama Administration helping ‘the children!’

This is an editorial that follows last week’s news that ‘unaccompanied alien children,’ teens who got across the US border last year in the invasion, were allegedly handed over, by the agency charged with their care, to traffickers who have exploited them inside the US.

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You can read all about the original indictment against 4 men who acted as employment contractors for this massive egg farm. The farm itself is apparently not implicated, but the story mentioning the farm adds more facts to bolster our oft-repeated theory that illegal and LEGAL immigrants are desired by large agribusiness looking for cheap (and in this case apparently slave) labor. And, that is why politicians on both sides of the aisle support amnesty and open borders. I wonder what agribusinesses bankroll Jeb Bush!

From The Columbus Dispatch:

The idea that people as young as 14 were being held as virtual slaves and forced by their captors to work at egg farms in Marion County was shocking enough. The revelation that they may have been put in the situation by the federal agency charged with protecting them is worse.

It calls for a swift investigation, and Ohio Sen. Rob Portman is in the right position to see that one happens.


On Monday, Portman released a letter he sent to Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell, demanding information about operations of the department’s Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR). Among other responsibilities, the office is charged with overseeing unaccompanied minors who are in the U.S. illegally. The office is supposed to ensure that such children are placed with qualified adult sponsors who can protect the children’s physical and mental health.


According to the indictment unsealed on July 2, when the unaccompanied children were detained at the border, at least five of the teenagers were put in ORR detention facilities. That’s where their story should have gotten better.

It didn’t, it got much worse, please read the whole editorial.  Then this little tidbit of news:

From October through May, close to 18,000 unaccompanied minors were referred to ORR, which released more than 15,000 of them to sponsors.

Calling Ann Coulter (and Donald Trump)! 

Here are the names of the men (the labor contractors!) indicted.  How much do you want to bet that they are here illegally!

The charges, announced by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Ohio in Cleveland, are against Aroldo Castillo-Serrano, 33, of Pecos, Texas; Conrado Salgado Soto, 52, of Raymond; Ana Angelica Pedro Juan, 21, of Columbus; and Juan Pablo Duran Jr., 23, of Marysville.

And, here is what we learn about Trillium farms:

Trillium has not been charged, and company officials said in a statement that they were misled by the companies these four ran and that Trillium contracted with for labor.

Remember readers that the federal resettlement contractors, their friends in the NO borders movement and the Obama Administration like to hide under their white hat of humanitarianism, but it always goes back to one driving force I am sorry to say—it is all about the money!  Feeling good about themselves and bringing in more reliable Leftwing voters are the benies on the side.
We have an extensive archive (here) going back for several years about ‘unaccompanied minors’ as they were originally called.  We call them ‘unaccompanied alien children’ now.
Not to be forgotten in the whole discussion of the ‘children’ (mostly teenage boys) coming across our borders illegally is the Obama Administration’s plans to use them to expand the definition of what is a ‘refugee’ traditionally someone who has been persecuted for a very specific set of reasons.  These teens are economic migrants, not legitimate refugees!
See our Ohio archive here.
Update:  Reader Julie sent the FBI press release from earlier this month, check it out here.