RRW Monthly round-up for October 2016

Didn’t get around to my sporadic weekly roundup on Saturday, so since it was so close to the end of the month, I’m posting a round-up for the month of October. A big month here—readership in a week is more than my first half year in 2007!  And, as I mentioned in a post this morning about Denmark, we have readers from all over the world—from 182 countries and territories just in October!

Thanks to the $PLC for the nice drawing: https://refugeeresettlementwatch.org/2016/10/27/a-great-honor-splc-names-me-one-of-15-anti-muslim-extremists-in-america/

You should know that there is way too much to cover on the topic of refugees that I can’t possibly keep up by myself and luckily lots of media outlets are picking up refugee news (LOL!) other than fluffy puffy news about refugees seeing their first snow. Breitbart and World Net Daily are two online publications with regular refugee news.***
Although now that November is here, be ready for lots of warm and fuzzy news about refugees and Thanksgiving.  The resettlement contractors make it a point each year to hold Thanksgiving dinners for newly arrived refugees and invite in the local press (Propaganda 101!).
Without further ado, here are the Top Three Most Visited Posts of the last month.

This is insane! Taxpayers pay rent for Somalis who feel the need to visit Somalia (for months!)

Obama State Department bringing refugees in at the astronomical rate of over 400 a day!

One town in Michigan is fighting for its survival as county targeted for even more Middle Eastern refugees

By the way, this number 3 top post was only published on the 27th of October so it did get a huge number of hits ( in only a few days) to be in the top 3.
Top ten countries excluding the US from which readers arrived at RRW in the month of October:


UK (will be watching the UK numbers more closely as a report yesterday from a reader suggested RRW might be being blocked there)



South Africa






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In one week from today we will know if there is any hope of reforming this out-of-control refugee program or not! Go Trump!

***Best little blogroll on the net!

Want to keep up with all the news from your favorite writers on this issue? Visit Richard Falknor’s Blue Ridge Forum for his excellent blogroll! It’s one-stop shopping! Click here where Richard has hot links to so many great websites and writers.  You won’t have to search all over the web every day for all of the important news on this issue and others, your sources are right there in the right hand column blogroll.

First month of fiscal year 2017: 9,935 refugees admitted to the US

This is the largest October resettlement in more than a decade (maybe even longer).

Obama State Dept. wants to seed as many refugees as they can in new towns/cities before Inauguration Day (just in case!).

See Michael Patrick Leahy at Breitbart with what the numbers mean, here.
This is the highest October number for  at least 10 years (see chart below).
I maintain that the reason for this huge rush to place as many as possible in dozens of new towns and cities, for example, Wilmington, DE, and Poughkeepsie, NY , is to get them (and more offices) established before a possible Trump administration comes in in January and TRIES to put the brakes on the UN/US State Department Refugee Admissions Program.
Also, there is a good story at CNS news out yesterday which looks at numbers in a different way, reporter Patrick Goodenough gives an accounting for CALENDAR year 2016.  It can get confusing, but we tend to use the FISCAL year because that is the start of the new year for the US State Department and its resettlement contractors.
We are now one month into FY2017, and here is where the 9,935 refugees have been seeded over the last four weeks.  Map is from the Refugee Processing Center:
Alaska got 17 this month and Hawaii 3.

And then this (below) is a chart showing monthly admissions since 2006, note how low October normally is! We don’t have data going back further, but I will bet you would have to go back to the 1980s to find October resettlements this large.  BTW, September is always huge because as the last month of the fiscal year, they want to try to reach their ceiling.

Denmark: Syrian refugee woman and two daughters found dead in freezer

Invasion of Europe news….

Migrants enter Denmark. Photo: http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/denmark-separate-child-bride-asylum-seekers-spouses-1543433

Authorities are looking for her husband.  Honor killing is always my first thought.
From ABC News:

Danish police say the remains of a 27-year-old Syrian woman and her two daughters, aged 7 and 9, were found in a freezer inside their apartment in southern Denmark.

Police made the gruesome discovery Sunday in the town of Aabenraa after a relative of the woman told them he hadn’t been able to reach her for a few days.

Investigators said Monday that the victims were killed but didn’t give any details.

The woman’s husband wasn’t in the apartment and is now being sought by police.

The family arrived in Denmark in 2015 and received refugee status.

The refugee invasion of Europe (our extensive archive is here) is keeping law enforcement busy, busy, busy.  There are lots of stories this morning from Germany about police working overtime due to increased crime in the refugee ‘community’, but I have no time to write about those.
Click here for our past posts on Denmark.
If you wonder why we often bring you news from Europe, it is for two reasons: We want you to know what could happen to us (in America) if we fling open our gates as Europe has done, and secondly we have thousands of readers who arrive at RRW from around the world every week and we want to inform and educate them as well.