RRW Monthly Roundup for month of March 2016

rrw-logo (1)It’s not surprising that the Brussels Islamic terrorist attack drove tens of thousands of readers to RRW.  It happens every time there is another bloody attack by those who have been given the gift of starting a new life in the West.
What did Belgium ever do to the young jihadists but “welcome” Muslim immigrants to their country.  And, look what happens, they kill and maim those who welcomed them.
It is simply a matter of the Muslim population reaching critical mass where the Islamists can hide within a community that shelters (and probably fears) them.  Belgium doesn’t have a Gitmo (Obama’s ridiculous argument), it doesn’t fly jets over Syrian villages, and the government of Belgium has signaled that it leans toward Palestine in that never-ending conflict with Israel.  Yet, look what they get for it!
No Mark, love will not conquer Muslim hatred for the West!
So the top two posts (of three) in March involved Belgium.
Top Three Posts:

Brussels is coming to a town near you! Time for a moratorium on Muslim migration to America!

On the day of the Brussel’s carnage, a man writing from Germany reports on the annihilation of Western civilization

Wyoming Public Radio pushing refugee resettlement for Wyoming

Top Ten Countries from which readers arrive at RRW (excluding the US):






South Africa





By the way, when I wrote this post a few days ago—-about the fact that American taxpayers are shelling out billions of dollars for approximately 200,000 HUMANITARIAN ARRIVALS each year—-that maybe we should be using that figure—200,000—instead of simply referring to the refugee component of the figure (right now set at 85,000 for FY 2016).

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US State Department knocking itself out to get to Obama's magic 10,000 Syrians this year

….But, clearly there is a test of wills going on within the Administration involving security concerns.
We reported yesterday that Obama’s State Department is way behind in bringing in the 10,000 (mostly Muslim) Syrians Obama promised to distribute to your towns by Sept. 30th, 2016.

Obama let me be clear
Obama: Let me be clear. It is our “obligation” to get 10,000 Syrian Muslims in here by September 30th no matter what the FBI says. (He didn’t say that, but you know he has got to be thinking it!)

CNN reported the news too (glad to see so many news outlets are using the State Department data bases) and tells us this (after reporting that Obama praised the Pope for washing feet to set the tone of the story):

The State Department and other agencies involved in vetting Syrian refugees say, however, that they are taking steps to speed up the process.

These include creating a “new pathway” for Syrians with relatives in the United States, though the State Department has not elaborated on what that pathway would look like. They are also increasing staff at key locations in Jordan, Lebanon and Iraq, according to a State Department official.

Additionally, the State Department announced on Wednesday it would be committing another $10 million to the UNHCR to help with refugee resettlement.

“We expect Syrian refugee arrivals to the U.S. to increase steadily throughout the fiscal year,” the official said, “ultimately culminating in the admission of at least 10,000 Syrian refugees by the end of the fiscal year.”

Read it all.  And, see their map, it’s much nicer when you have a graphics department!
But, LOL! CNN fails to report that 99% of those admitted so far are Muslims.  Where are the Christians?
Addendum: Remember readers, it is not just 10,000 Syrians that are of concern. American taxpayers are paying billions for the care of approximately 200,000 “humanitarian arrivals” each year.