allstaractivist note: Look, we should all know by now that there is a treasonous overthrow of the United States taking place right now. What, you say? You didn’t know? All Star Activist, you’re a crazy nut job and a “conspiracy theorist” (a CIA discrediting term). Not so fast I say. Take this recent proclamation by President Obama concerning Syrian refugees. They aren’t refugees, hell, they ain’t even Syrian. Most of them are rejects from other Islamic countries who are criminals, child molesters, poor and generally stupid. What Obama is doing is what President Jimmy Carter did with the “Cuban Crime wave” (Mariel boatlift) back in 1980, he’s taking in ISIS Jihadist garbage. Did you ever see the movie “Scarface“? Same thing except Antonio Montana slings suitcase nukes instead of Yayo. It is meant to allow 10,000 terrorists in to attack us. Why is it that five of the surrounding Islamic nations won’t take in any of their fellow Muslim Syrian Refugees? Zero, nada, zip. Why is there such a large number of non-Syrian ethnicity among the refugee numbers? Why is it that the only thing one Syrian refugee wanted to do was to go back to Syria once his wife and child got killed trying to cross the ocean to Europe? Overwhelmingly, the last thing that refugees fleeing a war ravaged country want to do is return if their lives are in danger. Could it be that some of these refugees are being enticed by all of the free stuff that European countries such as Germany are offering? Stuff that even native born citizens can’t get like free housing, food, social and educational programs? Not one single person who is supposedly a “refugee” has been allowed admittance into any of the countries neighboring Syria except for Turkey, Jordan, Lebanon and Egypt, and only then to be shipped out abroad to the west. These are all fellow Muslims mind you. Are these countries just smarter than us and know ISIS fighters wrapped in “refugee” clothing (good clean clothing actually) are what the Globalists want? Hmmmm. Why aren’t there any Christian refugees among them, they are being slaughtered and raped in extraordinary numbers. What’s wrong with the United States then?? (psst…, here’s a hint. It’s Obama).
Muslim Countries Refuse to Take A Single Syrian Refugee, Cite Risk of Exposure to Terrorism
Five of the wealthiest Muslim countries have taken no Syrian refugees in at all, arguing that doing so would open them up to the risk of terrorism. Although the oil rich countries have handed over aid money, Britain has donated more than Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar combined.
Between 10 and 12 million Syrians have been displaced by the bloody civil war raging in their country. Most still remain within Syria’s borders, but around four million have fled over the borders into neighbouring countries, mostly Turkey Jordan and Lebanon, and beyond.
Lebanon, which has 1.1 million Syrian refugees, shut her borders to the Syrians in June of last year. Jordan, host to another 630,000, followed suit in August last year, preventing more Syrians from abandoning their country.
By early August 2015, European states had received nearly 350,000 asylum applications from Syrians, nearly a third of whom applied to Germany for asylum. Another 65,000 have applied Sweden and 50,000 in Serbia. Hungary and Austria have received close to 19,000 applications each although that figure is likely to rise, while the UK is processing 7,030 applications, according to the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR).
Yet amidst cries for Europe to do more, it has transpired that of the five wealthiest countries on the Arabian Peninsula, that is, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Kuwait and Bahrain, not one has taken in a single refugee from Syria. Instead, they have argued that accepting large numbers of Syrians is a threat to their safety, as terrorists could be hiding within an influx of people. Sherif Elsayid-Ali, Amnesty International’s Head of Refugee and Migrants’ Rights, has slammed their inaction as “shameful”.
He said: “The records of Gulf countries is absolutely appalling, in terms of actually showing compassion and sharing the responsibility of this crisis… It is a disgrace.” None of the Gulf States signed the 1951 Refugee Convention, which legally defines a refugee as “A person who owing to a well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion, is outside the country of his nationality”. However, they have taken refugees in the past.
Twenty-five years ago, hundreds of thousands of Kuwaitis fleeing Saddam Hussein’s invasion were given refuge. According to Arabian expert Sultan Sooud al-Qassemi: “in Abu Dhabi, the government rented out entire apartment blocks and gave them to families for free.”
Total donations from the Gulf States are believe to total £589 million, less than a quarter of America’s £2.8 billion, and a fraction of the £65 billion they spent on defence in 2012 alone. The UK has handed over £920 million so far, but the Prime Minister yesterday pledged to increase that figure to £1 billion. He also promised to take in thousands more refugees.Al-Qassemi has argued in the that the standing that the Muslim countries now have in the world confer on them a moral obligation to step in. “The Gulf States have emerged as the nerve centres of Arab diplomacy, culture, media production, commerce and tourism, amassing an unprecedented degree of soft power unrivalled in the region and beyond,” he said.They also form “the most influential bloc within the 70-year-old Arab League.”
“But with great power comes great responsibility. The Gulf must realise that now is the time to change their policy regarding accepting refugees from the Syria crisis. It is the moral, ethical and responsible step to take.”
Obama Increases Number of Syrian Refugees for U.S. Resettlement to 10,000
WASHINGTON — President Obama, under increasing pressure to demonstrate that the United States is joining European nations in the effort to resettle Syrian refugees, has told his administration to take in at least 10,000 displaced Syrians over the next year.
Josh Earnest, the White House press secretary, said in a briefing Thursday that while the administration was continuing to examine responses to a refugee crisis that has overwhelmed Europe in recent days, the president has decided to raise the number of Syrian refugees admitted to at least 10,000 in the fiscal year beginning in October from fewer than 2,000 this year.
The announcement brought a variety of reactions that underscored how the refugee crisis has become another polarized political question. Aid groups called the administration’s action a token one given the size of the American economy and population, while a number of Republicans warned that Mr. Obama was allowing in potential terrorists. “Our enemy now is Islamic terrorism, and these people are coming from a country filled with Islamic terrorists,” said Representative Peter T. King, Republican of New York. “We don’t want another Boston Marathon bombing situation.”
But Mr. Earnest emphasized that the president would not allow any lessening in the intense background and medical checks that can take as much as two years to complete. Those wishing to come to the United States must apply through the United Nations, which has a presence in many refugee camps, and Mr. Earnest discouraged migrants from taking risky journeys and paying traffickers.
“Refugees go through the most robust security process of anybody who’s contemplating travel to the United States,” Mr. Earnest said. “Refugees have to be screened by the National Counter Terrorism Center, by the F.B.I. Terrorist Screening Center. They go through databases that are maintained by D.H.S., the Department of Defense and the intelligence community. There is biographical and biometric information that is collected about these individuals.”
The United States once offered refuge to tens of thousands at a time. In 1979, it provided sanctuary to 111,000 Vietnamese refugees and in 1980 almost doubled that number to 207,000. Around the same time, the United States took in more than 120,000 Cuban refugees during the Mariel boatlift, including more than 80,000 in one month alone.
But after the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, the number of refugees allowed into the United States slowed sharply, dropping to 27,131 in 2002. The numbers have risen steadily since then and last year amounted to 69,987 — just below a cap of 70,000. Most refugees need at least a year and sometimes two to navigate the system.
For refugees fleeing war or fearing for their lives, the United States can no longer provide anything approaching immediate sanctuary, said Sarah Margon, the Washington director of Human Rights Watch. “The system is just too bogged down in bureaucratic impediments,” she said.
Germany has talked about taking more than 800,000 Syrian refugees, thousands of whom have already flooded train and bus stations throughout Europe. Even Venezuela has promised to take 20,000 refugees.
“Ten thousand is just an embarrassingly low number given the scale of this crisis and that the U.S. has long been a global leader in resettlement,” said Eleanor Acer of Human Rights First, a New York-based nonprofit.
Mr. Earnest praised the German government and people as “demonstrating tremendous generosity and hospitality to these fellow human beings who are in a desperate situation.” When asked whether he would use the same adjectives to describe the United States response, Mr. Earnest said that “the challenge that is facing Germany right now is different than the challenge that we’re facing.”
On Capitol Hill, the divisions about how to respond to the crisis were almost as stark as those around the Iran nuclear agreement, on which senators voted Thursday.
Senator Jeff Sessions, Republican of Alabama and chairman of the Immigration Subcommittee of the House Judiciary Committee, said the United States needed to help refugees return to their homes as quickly as possible. “I do not favor every war zone turning into hundreds of thousands, even millions of refugees that flee the country to go to other countries that otherwise they wouldn’t meet the immigration standards,” he said.
Senator John McCain, Republican of Arizona, said Mr. Obama needed to ask for more money from Congress to deal with the crisis. “And maybe it would be nice if he would admit that it’s his fault that it happened,” said Mr. McCain, who has advocated a far more robust military response to the Syrian crisis. “Those people’s lives are on his hands.”
Senator Richard J. Durbin, Democrat of Illinois, who wrote a letter along with 14 other Democrats urging Mr. Obama to take an additional 65,000 Syrian refugees, praised his pledge to take 10,000 Syrian refugees next year as “a step in the right direction.”
“I think the number has to be higher, but as I mentioned, we have a process, we have to be careful that each one of them is vetted so there’s no threat,” Mr. Durbin said.
Senator Chris S. Murphy of Connecticut said there were risks in doing nothing, too. “Do we think we make this country more or less safe from terrorism by showing a cold-heartedness to this refugee crisis?” he asked. “I think the answer is no.”
On Wednesday, Secretary of State John Kerry said at a closed-door meeting on Capitol Hill that the total number of refugees taken in by the United States could rise to more than 100,000, from the current figure of 70,000. State Department officials said that not all of the additional 30,000 would be Syrians, but many would be. But Mr. Earnest said that members of Congress “misunderstood” Mr. Kerry, and that the number of refugees would not rise to 100,000 next year but might in later years.
More than seven million Syrians have been displaced by war, and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees has already referred 18,000 cases to the United States for resettlement. Many of them are the most vulnerable from Syria’s collapse: torture survivors, people with special medical needs and women who head households. More than half are children, officials say.
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