Egypt – Africa – Crisis equals refugee’s – Refugee’s to the WEST – $2 Billion in tax payer money and YOU the “resource” are drying up.

Your their mule.

Don’t you get it?


Refugee’s comming out of Africa are also bringing terrorists.  Refugee programs are being demanded by the politicians.  Refugee programs mean that the refugee’s will vote for the party that gets them here.  Refugee’s coming from Africa, Tunisia and Somalia are coming to Italy, France, Greece and the WEST.

Two Billion in tax payer “resources” and that’s not the state and local money’s to feed and cloth and educate them.  nonnonono!

Who’s the SLAVE in that scenario?

And now here’s Egypt.  The REVOLUTION.  Doesn’t anyone ever wonder why the word “revolution?” — It quite literally means a turning – to revolve.  But not necessarily to EVOLVE.  Just because it’s a change doesn’t mean it’s a change for the better.  And WHO and what is behind the change.  Sounds like a lot of twittering going on.  Who stands to benefit?  Who’s an expert at manipulation?  Soros?  Buffet? How spontaneous was the combustion of Egypt?  Could old parlor tricks be used the same way with new technology?  See the third post below –

“Please dispel the myth that taxpayers pay for refugee resettlement!”

Unrest in Africa has Italy worried

Posted by acorcoran on February 12, 2011

… boatloads of Tunisians arrive on an Italian island.

From the UK Press Association:

Italy has warned it faces a humanitarian crisis with some 1,600 refugees from Tunisia arriving in its waters over the past two weeks following unrest there.

Interior Minister Roberto Maroni said he has asked the EU to take up the matter at its next meeting, as the political crises in Tunisia and Egypt are affecting Europe’s internal security.

Mr Maroni has said he fears Tunisian terrorists are among those who escaped Tunisian prisons and fled during a month of nationwide anti-government protests that forced dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali to flee on January 14.
“There is the risk of a real and true humanitarian emergency,” Mr Maroni said.

The UN refugee agency said that since January 16, some 1,600 Tunisians had arrived in Italy, mostly on the island of Lampedusa – closer to Africa than the Italian mainland. Half of them arrived in recent days.

If you think this doesn’t affect you in the US, think again! We have already set a precedent of taking illegal aliens that have arrived in recent years on Malta to the US as “refugees.”   The Bush Administration began the practice and the Obama Administration continues.   I’ve written dozens of posts on the subject, most recentlyhere.  Be sure to follow the links back to more on Ambassador Kmiec (a Republican for Obama!).





Moving more of ‘em out of Malta…

Posted by acorcoran on October 31, 2010

….to a town near you!

I’ve written ad naseam about the precedent being set by the US State Department and our US ambassadors to Malta of taking Malta’s illegal alien boat people and sending them to the US as full-fledged refugees.   Next will we take other EU countries’ asylum seekers—Italy’s, France’s, Greece’s etc.?

Here we go again!

From an October 29th story at Malta Media Online:

40 refugees from Eritrea and Somalia left Malta for the United States, the US Ambassador for Malta said.


Background: Eritrea was awarded to Ethiopia in 1952 as part of a federation. Ethiopia's annexation of Eritrea as a province 10 years later sparked a 30-year struggle for independence that ended in 1991 with Eritrean rebels defeating governmental forces; independence was overwhelmingly approved in a 1993 referendum. A two-and-a-half-year border war with Ethiopia that erupted in 1998 ended under UN auspices on 12 December 2000. Eritrea currently hosts a UN peacekeeping operation that is monitoring a 25 km-wide Temporary Security Zone on the border with Ethiopia.---------------------> And now they have refugees that are leaving. Independence in Africa doesn't yield wonders, but in some places HORRORS



Since the US Embassy began its permanent refugee resettlement program in May 2008, 540 refugees have been transferred to the US.

Ambassador Douglas Kmiec hosted a reception at his residence to welcome the refugees to their new lives in America.

I told you about former Ambassador ‘Tea Party Molly’ (no not the political tea party, I just called her that when she gave a real tea party to Somalis headed to the US thanks to her efforts) here in 2008.   Kmiec is obviously following in her footsteps with his send-off party.  By the way, we have several posts (here and here are just two) on Kmiec, a controversial figure during the Obama Presidential campaign—he was one of those despised Republicans for Obama.  I suspect he is a far Left activist in the Catholic Church and not really a Republican at all.

Malta Media goes on:

Once they arrive in the US, refugees will be assigned a sponsor agency that provides assistance and support during a transition period lasting up to 2 years in order to ensure integration and assimilation. [they don’t get 2 years, they get 8 months max to get established and get jobs—ed]

Be sure to watch the film clip even if you can’t understand the language for pictures of the wire enclosed tent city in Malta in which the so-called “refugees” live until they are moved to a first world country (and not back to Africa).

Malta’s illegal aliens going to Germany too!

This is a story from Monsters & Critics I’ve had hanging around for over a week and just didn’t get to.

Valletta, Malta – Around 100 African immigrants will be transferred from Malta to Germany after having been officially recognised as refugees, the Maltese government said on Tuesday.

The immigrants, Somalis, Eritreans and Ethiopians, are due to leave Malta on Thursday.

It is the third time the Berlin government has accepted a number of refugees who have been stranded in Malta for resettlement in Germany on humanitarian grounds.

Another around 750 African immigrants living on the tiny Mediterranean island are expected to be be transferred to the United States and several European Union countries over the coming 12 months, the United Nations refugee agency UNHCR recently said.

Wonder how thats going to sit with Germans who are already in a crisis with immigrants not assimilating—see Merkel on her country’s multiculturalism crisis, here.




“Please dispel the myth that taxpayers pay for refugee resettlement!”

Posted by acorcoran on February 12, 2011

Your tax dollars:


Click here to view Somali video

Mohamed Abdurahman is the Kansas Regional Refugee Coordinator for Social Rehabilitation Services. He came from Somalia many years ago to work with refugee populations in the United States. In this video, Mohamed talks briefly about Somali history and current events, and he speaks extensively about cultural aspects that all educators working with Somali students would benefit by knowing. The Somali population is steadily growing in Kansas.


That is what a woman in the audience asked Mohamed Abdurahman, the regional refugee coordinator for the Kansas Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services, at a public forum recently in Kansas.  He can’t dispel the myth because taxpayers do pay for refugee resettlement.

I just saw this story at Friends of Refugees and it reminded me to remind you to read that blog from time to time.  Mr. Coen is on top of many of the problems affecting the refugee program—and many I miss!

In this case, Mr. Coen wonders if the questioner was a refugee agency worker.  As a matter of fact, I am just now reading about Communist meeting strategies in the US in the 1940′s and this was an important part of meeting preparation—to have one of their own plant the question that the average person would ask and the speaker would be prepped to answer it.   But, it looks like Mr. Abduraham did not get his talking points.  He didn’t lie, but skirted the question altogether.

From the Dodge City Daily Globe:

A woman in the audience asked Abdurahman about dispelling myths concerning refugees, including the notion that taxpayers’ dollars pay for their resettlement costs.

“How do we communicate this information to our community in that way?” she said. “Because I’ve encountered so much misunderstanding, and I think that so many Americans do not know this information here.”

Abdurahman said he agreed that it was difficult to convince Americans of the truth concerning refugees.

“There’s a lot of misunderstanding out there,” he said, “And people need to know the right things.”

It would be funny (how he doesn’t answer the question) if it weren’t so serious.  By the way, here is a story from 2010 from the Garden City Kansas Telegram where Mr. Abduraham (a Somali if you hadn’t noticed) is quoted on the limitations of “resources” in Kansas.  “Resources” is a code word and really means taxpayer funded welfare and other assistance programs.

Public/Private Partnership—NOT!

The Refugee Program envisioned* by those who set it up in 1980 (Ted Kennedy, Joe Biden, and Jimmy Carter, to name three key actors) was supposed to be a Public/Private partnership where the so-called Volags (federal contractors) would share the cost of resettlement.  As the decades have gone by, the program is almost exclusively funded by you through taxes and NOT through charitable donations of church-going people and others.

The truth is that the refugee program is a $2 billion plus taxpayer funded program!   That figure does not include the state and local costs of education, crime, healthcare and other “assistance” provided by state and local governments.

* Come to think of it, maybe those voting for the program in 1980 “envisioned” the program as a shared program that would not be almost completely reliant on taxpayer money, but I think Kennedy, Biden and Carter probably “envisioned” it just the way it has turned out.


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