Amarillo was in the news this week when a former refugee was shot dead in a Walmart store after taking hostages. If you are looking for excitement in your boring towns and cities, follow the Amarillo example. If you kind of like your peaceful all American town, then you better think twice about becoming a … Continue reading Contemplating 'welcoming' refugees? Pay attention to Amarillo, TX
Update: Came to US from Iran, here. Is he a Somali as originally reported? I was out this afternoon and heard news on the radio that a man had taken hostages in an Amarillo, TX Walmart and knew right away another Muslim was involved. The radio news I heard never mentioned the man’s identity so … Continue reading Amarillo Somali refugee taken down by police in hostage situation
You know that overused definition of ‘insanity’ which says that when one does something over and over again and expects a different outcome, that is insane. Well, that applies to the resettlement of refugees. Please pay attention to the cities that have been overloaded with refugees for years—even decades—and they can’t get the flow slowed. … Continue reading Is yours about to be a refugee 'welcoming' community? Call the mayor of Amarillo, TX first!
“Small ghettos” of competing ethnic groups have developed! We have been writing about Amarillo, Texas (a ‘pocket of resistance’) for a couple of years (see our complete archive by clicking here). Like so many meatpacking towns in America, federal refugee resettlement contractors*** got a foot hold there years ago (mostly working as ‘head hunters’ for … Continue reading Amarillo, TX being destroyed by refugee overload
It makes me laugh (almost) to see how clever Obama and his comrades are in promoting its ‘welcoming’ meme to the media and to make it harder for teachers to speak up about their troubled and overloaded multicultural classrooms. Amarillo, Texas schools are in a shambles as we have reported here, here and here. In … Continue reading Amarillo, TX teacher, who works with refugees, is Obama’s Teacher of the Year