Here at American Thinker, investigative reporter James Simpson, tells us about his new book published by Center for Security Policy Press: ‘The Red-Green Axis: Refugees, Immigration and the Agenda to Erase America.’
This week, the Center for Security Policy published my latest work, The Red-Green Axis: Refugees, Immigration and the Agenda to Erase America. It reveals a malevolent component of our dysfunctional immigration system that has largely flown under the radar: refugee resettlement. This article highlights a few of its findings.
Hatched by the U.N. and the American Left, the resettlement agenda is dedicated to erasing our culture, traditions and laws, and creating a compliant, welfare-dependent multicultural society with no understanding of America’s constitutional framework and no interest in assimilation.The ultimate target is a voting base large enough for the Left’s long-sought “permanent progressive majority.”
Most people would be shocked to know that America currently takes more refugees from the world’s ghettos than all other refugee resettlement countries in the world combined. The State Department brags about it. Furthermore, most of those refugees are referred to the United States by the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). The refugees (and the illegal aliens flooding the southern border from Central America) are then “resettled” by taxpayer funded “Voluntary Agencies” or VOLAGs as they are called.
There are nine of them, six nominally religious, but all are in it for the money and top staff make high six figures. Together the VOLAGs are paid close to $1 billion in taxpayer dollars to resettle refugees. Two more organizations who settle most of the unaccompanied alien children (UAC) brought the total to over $1.3 billion last year.
Keep reading! There is much more!
In this article, Simpson introduces us to the investigation he did of the Soros-spawned “Welcoming America.” See his book for the details.
Since I am headed to Texas early tomorrow, I have no time to do this justice, but investigative journalist James Simpson has taken what I began in my little book Refugee Resettlement and the Hijra to Americaand gone even deeper into the complex web of elitist foundations, government agencies and Leftwing organizations driving mass immigration and the colonization of America.
The Red-Green Axis: Refugees, Immigration and the Agenda to Erase America (Civilization Jihad Reader Series Book 4)
WASHINGTON — The Muslim Brotherhood has succeeded in revising a U.S. law that prevented the entry of foreigners with links to groups on the State Department terror list, a report said.
The Center for Security Policy asserted that the administration of President Barack Obama eliminated measures to prevent entry to immigrants with links to insurgency groups.
On Feb. 5, the State Department and Homeland Security Department said foreigners, including refugees, who provided “limited material support” to groups deemed terrorist would be allowed into the United States.
“The new policy decree marks a significant win for agents of influence belonging to advocacy groups acting on behalf of the Muslim Brotherhood agenda to pursue ‘civilization jihad,’” the report, titled “U.S. Lifts Ban on Immigrants With Links to Terrorism,” said.
Author Clare Lopez, who spent 20 years as an operations officer in the CIA, said the administration lifted the restrictions without consulting Congress. She said those benefiting from the move would be those who had helped terror groups under the guise of humanitarian assistance.
The report said the latest exemptions on immigration were the result of years of lobbying by Brotherhood lobbyists in Washington.Ms. Lopez cited a studyby the Washington-based center that traced Brotherhood lobbying of the Republican Party and conservative movement after Al Qaida’s suicide air strikes on New York and Washington on 2001.
Brotherhood operatives have already been named key consultants in the U.S. security establishment and White House. In 2012, five House members called for an investigation of Brotherhood influence in the Defense Department, Homeland Security Department, Justice Department and U.S. intelligence community.
“Allowing political asylees and refugees known to have provided materialsupport to terrorism to enter the country is yet one more milestone stepbringing U.S. policy into closer compliance with sharia objectives — to our great detriment,” the report said.
Be sure to see the Grover Norquist/Suhail Khan plea for more refugees, here, last month.
If you are in the Washington area, you can hear more from the authors of the report by attending the ‘Uninvited II’here, this Thursday.
We’ve had a lot of new readers and more interest lately in Refugee Resettlement issues facing first world countries. In some cases a story catches fire on facebook and our numbers soar. If you check the “Top Posts” (right hand sidebar) every day, you can get an idea of what stories are interesting our readers around the world.
Although the majority of our readers are from the US, we have thousands upon thousands visiting from around the world. Looking back over the last two years (when wordpress began giving us stats from other countries), these are the top ten countries from which we host visitors to RRW (the order switches around slightly from month to month but the list below is the approximate order) with the UK topping the list:
Not far behind France is Malta!
We bring you stories from around the world just so you know that the refugee/asylum issue is plaguing industrialized countries everywhere and your concern here in America, that excessively high numbers of migrants are attempting to get into America, is shared by others who fear for their country, their culture, and the potentially disastrous impact on Western civilization as a result of demographic change.
Some countries are taking action to stem the tide—front and center right now is Australia!
They say it was planned before the latest uproar about Appleton, Wisconsin and whether it could support more needy refugees, but this—a show and tell of sorts—is a standard practice for refugee contractors like World Relief. They know if they can showcase some happy refugees it becomes easier for them to demonize anyone who objects to more resettlement as motivated by racism and xenophobia when residents are simply concerned with the economic viability of the plan.
Be sure to see our previous post on Appleton a few days ago, but don’t miss this morning’s post, also from Wisconsin, about Somali gang fights coming across the border from “welcoming” Minneapolis.
The long-scheduled educational panelcame on the heels of a weeklong controversy after Alderman Jeff Jirschele raised concerns about preparations for the 75 refugees due to arrive this year from Congo, Iraq and Myanmar.
Myriam Mwizerwa, the Oshkosh director for World Relief Fox Valley, explained that refugee status is a narrow classification determined by the United Nations. Rounds of interviews determine if individuals meet the persecution requirements based on race, nationality, religion, political opinion or social affiliation.
“A refugee is not someone who has fled due to an economic or natural disaster,” Mwizerwa said. “Only refugees whose lives are threatened and that have crossed into another country for asylum qualify.”
Regarding the above comments, many of the refugees we are accepting into the US are not in danger for their lives. I’d like to know how many rounds of interviews convicted murderer Esar Met had before being granted permission to enter the US. And, keep in mind the Senate-passed Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill would do away with refugees having to prove they are persecuted personally at all. If S.744 (which World Relief lobbies for) should become law, whole classes of people will be considered eligible. For example, just being a Somali, an Afghani, or a Rohingya would get you in automatically.
Ms. Mwizerwa continues:
After achieving the status, host countries begin resettling the refugees. Last year the U.S. took 70,000 refugees — a number set by Congress that will remain the same for 2014.
Congress does not set the number the President does in his annual determination letter. Congress could change the numbers, but as far as I know they just rubber-stamp whatever the President wants.
U.S. communities accept 80 percent of the world’s refugees, Mwizerwa said, but that’s less than 1 percent of the 14 million worldwide refugees seeking a move.
After the two-year vetting processby the U.S. State Department and Federal Bureau of Investigations, the refugees are handled by the contract agency, in this case World Relief.
Two years? I have never heard an exact time-frame for vetting.
“We have 90 days to help make people self-sufficient,” Mwizerwa said. “In that time we do the airport reception, help with housing, food, basic needs and do a community orientation.”
Almost none are self-sufficient in 90 days. She only means that the federally-supplied contractor’s bucks start to run out. It pretty much means they have 90 days to get the refugees signed up for welfare. There is nothing that says World Relief can’t find private money to keep them afloat.
And, if refugees are becoming self-sufficient in 90 days, why do we have articles published like this one just yesterday at The Huffington Post—In the war on poverty, don’t forget the refugees!
The airfare for refugees is considered a loan, and eventually paid back. Each refugee receives about $925 for the 90-day period for essentials, a one-time gift, Mwizerwa said. [A gift from the US taxpayer—ed]
Again, not the whole truth. Yes, the refugees are required to pay back the airfare, but how many do so is a tightly held secret at the State Department; and World Relief takes a cut of whatever they can wring out of the poor refugees as their reward from the State Department for their collection agency services.
Refugees are eligible for permanent residency status in the U.S. after a year, and after five years can apply for citizenship. They only face deportation if they are convicted of a crime.
I would love to know how many are ever deported, even the rapists and murderers get to stay. We did have some reports of Somalis being deported, but I’ll bet its a tiny handful.
Mwizerwa said the decision on a specific community is largely based on history.
The decision is really based on whether they (State Dept and its contractors) can get away with flooding a city with impoverished people before the local complaints get too noisy. I call it the “squawk factor.” The squawk factor seems to be coming into play in Appleton. And, it depends on how demanding the local business community is for cheap laborers. By the way, the State Department, the Office of Refugee Resettlement and their contractors are always out scouting now for new “welcoming” territory in which to drop off refugees.
Photo is here at World Relief Nashville unless there is more than one Myriam Mwizerwa.
If you’ve never checked out our Refugee Resettlement fact sheet, check it out herenow.