Update: Leo Hohmann has more on this story at his new website, here. In his argument posted at The Guardian, he says more legal pathways are needed because they (from the third world) are coming illegally (whether we like it or not). Sounds like blackmail to me! He also confirms my oft-repeated contention that it … Continue reading No surprise! UN Secretary General (Socialist) Antonio Guterres pushing mass migration
Longtime readers of Refugee Resettlement Watch will surely know the name since Guterres served for ten years as the UN High Commissioner for Refugees and his office was primarily responsible for the flow of refugees coming to the US now. He is responsible for the fact that most Syrians chosen by the UNHCR to come … Continue reading Lifelong Socialist, Islam apologist, chosen as new Secretary General of the UN, Antonio Guterres
When we attended the Georgetown gig the week before last, the UNHCR Antonio Guterres brought the audience to laughter as he went through a little pantomime about why on earth would an Islamic terrorist bother to get into the migrant stream flooding Europe when he might simply fly in, to say, Germany. Surprise! Not! We … Continue reading Note to Antonio Guterres! Terrorists do use refugees as cover to get into Europe
We heard that news at the big pow-wow at Georgetown on Thursday, so I decided to look around and see if I could find out more. This is a Reuters story from a month ago where we learn that U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is not extending Guterres’ term even though he could. Hmmm! By the … Continue reading UNHCR Antonio Guterres leaving post at the end of the year, replacement?
Of course Obama would love him, they are both socialists who believe in distributing the world’s refugees throughout wealthy western countries. (And redistributing your wealth to the third world!) Yesterday Obama welcomed Antonio Guterres to the White House, here at Reuters: U.S. President Barack Obama on Friday said he was confident that … Continue reading Big smooch from Obama to new UN Secretary General Guterres