Below are the news items that I found most interesting since last week’s round-up. Although most refugee news involves the Afghans (not refugees, yet), there were some other bits of news this week that you might find useful.
Since January 31st marked the end of the first third of the fiscal year (the new year began on October 1, 2021 for refugee resettlement purposes), I had a look at the Refugee Processing Center data and see that the regular refugee resettlement program has ground to a near halt. (The Afghans having flooded the zone.)
Have a look yourself. Biden promised the open borders cabal that he was shooting for 125,000 refugees this year and he concluded 4 months at a paltry 4,362. The big loser to the Afghans has to be the Africans. They were aiming for 40,000 “new American” Africans this year and have so far only managed to move 1,947 to a town near you.
You need to know that the feds are changing the language—no longer is America a nation of immigrants!
Get with the program—it is now a nation of welcome!
Immigration agency aims to ‘welcome’ in new mission statement – Roll Call
Facing criticism, CatholicVote head says ‘let’s get the facts’ about Catholic charities’ role helping migrants | Catholic News Agency
Refugees in the US can’t retain employment for long: study says | TheHill
What do you know! Afghans do not want to live in these Muslim countries….
Afghan refugees in UAE protest for third day, call for US resettlement (alaraby.co.uk)
U.S. setting up expedited processing hub in Qatar for some at-risk Afghans – CBS News
US: Afghan refugee arrested in sexual assault case in Wisconsin (freepressjournal.in)
Planning for a Ukrainian Refugee Crisis – Inkstick (inkstickmedia.com)
Bush-Kennedy Program Blew Open Door for Fake U.S. Refugee Claims (breitbart.com)
‘Ghost Flights’: The Mystery of the Migrant Kids the Feds Are Spiriting Into the U.S. Interior | RealClearInvestigations
Invasion of Europe news….
Iranian husband carries severed head of his wife after decapitating her in ‘honour killing’ | Daily Mail Online