We are living in a time where evil exists in a world God originally made very good. Man in his fallen state, along with sin, satan, and the curse requires us to be protected from evil. God as our Protector has provided and ordained three different layers of protection:
A. SPIRITUAL (God Himself, angels, armor, the Word, prayer…).
B. SANCTIONED AUTHORITIES ( Human government – Military, Law Enforcement …).
C. SELF DEFENSE.
The number one job of our government is to protect its citizens. We are in a crisis in our nation that is rapidly increasing due to not enforcing our immigration laws as well as the present administrations current refugee resettlement program of Syrian refugees. The current program is seriously flawed and endangers American citizens. Yes, there are refugees who are being murdered and persecuted in Syria who need our help. It is a very sad situation that these people are being displaced by force through the conflict raging in Syria. Something needs done and we are a nation of immigrants who have always showed compassion and given help to those in need especially those seeking asylum but should it be done blindly? I say:
Not when ISIS and other terror groups have used immigration to enter Europe to do acts of terror and said they will do the same to the USA.
Not at the expense of our national security or endangering American citizens.
Not when Arab Gulf nations won’t take refugees because they pose a security threat.
Not when the FBI and Homeland Security admit refugees cannot be properly vetted.
Not when Islam uses immigration (hijra) to infiltrate non-Muslim societies as a preparatory stage to violent jihad.
Not when immigration for Muslims is used for Islamic expansion to subvert, subdue, and subjugate non-Muslim nations in order to bring in totalitarian rule of sharia law.
Not when you look at some of these facts:
1. SYRIAN MIGRANTS, NO MATTER HOW THEY’RE VETTED, ARE HIGHLY LIKELY TO SUPPORT TERROR.
There’s a reason that Syria was considered a terror state among the Axis of Evil with Iran and its terrorist allies.
3 in 4 Syrians supported Funding Hamas, Hezbollah, Al Qaeda
80% of migrants are males are in their teens & 20’s not widows/orphans
Wouldn’t it be more practical to place Muslims in Muslim majority countries that are a part of the Organization for Islamic Cooperation (57 Islamic states) most of which are in the same region?
2. IT IS NOT THE STATE DEPARTMENT, HOMELAND SECURITY, OR EVEN THE WHITE HOUSE THAT CHOOSES THE REFUGEES, BUT THE UNITED NATIONS.
Until the late 90’s the U.S. picked the large majority of refugees for resettlement in the U.S. We do not pick the asylum-seekers, the United Nations does. In particular, it is the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Filippo Grandi, that selects which refugees can be settled within our country. Former Commissioner (2005 to 2015) Antonio Guterres, an anti-American leftist bureaucrat, and a self-described “socialist,” championed open borders and repopulating First World nations with Third World peoples as part of a radical internationalist agenda to redistribute wealth.
3. ELECTED STATE AND LOCAL OFFICIALS ACCOUNTABLE TO VOTERS DO NOT DETERMINE IF REFUGEES ARE RELOCATED IN THEIR STATE OR CITY.
After vetting (which they admitted is flawed) and interviews by the Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, once they get here, there are nine federal resettlement contractors who are determining the futures of what cities and states refugees are relocated. They lobby for illegal aliens to be granted amnesty mostly on our tax dollars. We the people didn’t vote for them, they are not working for us, and are not accountable to us.
US Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB),
Lutheran Immigrant Aid Society (LIRS),
International Rescue Committee (IRC),
World Relief Corporation,
Immigrant and Refugee Services of America (IRSA),
Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS),
Church World Service (CWS),
Domestic and Foreign Missionary Service of the Episcopal Church of the USA,
Ethiopian Community Development Center (ECDC),
4. THE GOVERNMENT DOES NOT TRACK REFUGEES AFTER THEY ARRIVE.
Once arriving in the U.S., refugees are allowed to move anywhere in the country, just like any other legal resident. If a refugee does choose to relocate, a local organization works to transfer the case to another resettlement agency in the new location, but that is not always possible. “We do not track refugees,” the State Department spokesperson says. “Once a refugee arrives they can move wherever they want.”
5. REFUGEES ARE ELIGIBLE FOR ALL FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL WELFARE PROGRAMS.
The federal programs available to them include:
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) formerly known as AFDC
Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
Social Security Disability Insurance
Administration on Developmental Disabilities (ADD) (direct services only)
Child Care and Development Fund
Independent Living Program
Job Opportunities for Low Income Individuals (JOLI)
Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
Postsecondary Education Loans and Grants
Refugee Assistance Programs
Title IV Foster Care and Adoption Assistance Payments (if parents are qualified immigrants – refugees, asylees, etc)
Title XX Social Services Block Grant Funds
(Keep in mind the government doesn’t create wealth to pay for these programs. It only has three ways to get money: TAX, PRINT MONEY, BORROW MONEY).
6. THE U.S. GOVERNMENT GIVES REFUGEES ON PUBLIC ASSISTANCE SPECIAL LOANS OF UP TO $15,000 TO START A NEW BUSINESS BUT FAILS TO KEEP TRACK OF DEFAULTS TO PAY THE LOANS BACK.
Loans are given to refugees who lack financial resources to qualify for business loans from commercial banks. The cash is distributed through the Microenterprise Development Program run by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Refugee Resettlement. Unlike commercial banks or other lending institutions, HHS doesn’t keep track of default rates on loans issued.
Hillary Clinton has said, “My dream is a hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders.” She also said that she wants to move from what is a good start of the current 10,000 a year to 65,000, with vetting of course. How does an administration that doesn’t recognize a jihadist labeled threat and cannot say Islamic terror, protect us by properly vetting Syrian refugees who might be jihadists or Islamists? How can thorough vetting occur when this administration purged security training materials of words offensive to Islamists that could help identify threats?