Big surprise, Not! How many times over the years have I posted on violence against refugees who were placed in bad neighborhoods and substandard housing by the ‘religious charities’ that the US State Department hired to take care of them.
The ‘charities’ will claim in their defense that they don’t have the money to place refugees in better housing which begs the question:
Then why are you advocating for more refugees to be brought to America if you can’t take care of them?
Just the other day I told you about Church World Service‘s subcontractor in Columbus looking for more refugees to be brought to Columbus:
And, I see from the map I published yesterday that the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society has an office in Columbus:
So either the subcontractor working for Church World Service or the one working for HIAS is responsible for the unhappy Bhutanese refugees’ living conditions!
See HIAS bragging about its work in “welcoming” Columbus!
If you were to challenge them on their responsibility, they would likely say they aren’t responsible after the refugees have been here three months—an outrage in itself—because they are only paid to take care of them (their “clients”) for three months!
Thanks to a reader for sending me this from The CW Columbus:
After reported rape, refugees say living conditions at Columbus apartment are unsafe
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX) — After fleeing horrors in their native countries, some refugees in Columbus said their American Dream is turning into a nightmare, in part because of where they live.
Advocates for the Bhutanese/Nepali community said a report of a gang rape at an apartment complex on the northeast side highlights the problems in the neighborhood.
Yolanda Board, with the North Community Counseling Center, serves refugees. Earlier this month, she had to assist a woman who told police she was gang-raped at the apartments.
“This client was barged in on by four individuals, four men, and was subsequently raped and robbed,” Board said.
Board said conditions at the complex, The Commons at Victoria Village, are unsafe and the rape claim is highlighting that.
“We’re aware of years, in excess of a decade of incidents of outright negligence,” she said.
Her group claims there are health and safety issues, including rodents and a lack of proper locks on doors to common areas and apartments.
“Anybody walking off the street can just walk in there, sleep in the hallway, or do whatever,” Board said.
By the way, one subject that has never been fully explored is the connection some federal resettlement contractors have with questionable landlords.
Don’t miss this from the Bhutanese community of Democrat-run Columbus:
NEWS RELEASE JANUARY 26, 2021
BHUTANESE-AMERICAN COMMUNITY CALLS FOR ACTION
TO COMBAT RISING VIOLENT CRIME
AND DEPLORABLE HOUSING CONDITIONS