Will Congress Say 'No' to More Muslims?
By de Andréa, Opinion Editorialist
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Published September 20, 2015
“The refugee crisis was caused largely by Obama’s own inept foreign policy,” said Rep. Brian Babin, R-Texas. Something I have been saying for more than 6 years.
A Hungarian government official made an astounding prediction Friday that up to 35 million Muslim Jihadists would flood into Europe as part of an historic population shift. The comment from Hungary’s foreign minister came as Republicans in Congress have started signing on to HR 3314 a bill that could close the U.S. off to refugees for the foreseeable future, a direct counter-punch to President Obama’s plan to bring an invasion of 85,000 foreign refugees next year, including 10,000 Muslims from ISIS controlled territory in Syria.
But time is running out for Europe, where the days of debating policy in a crisis-free environment are over. First Serbia and Hungary, then Germany and now Croatia have watched what many are now calling an invasion of Muslims Jihadists bullying their way across sovereign borders, many of them terrorists carrying false identification or no identification at all.
Major media outlets such as the BBC, CNN and NBC continue to paint the crisis as a spontaneous event caused by people “fleeing conflicts in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan,” as the BBC reported. But those conflicts have been going on for years and the war-refugee narrative was refuted by a former Egyptian military officer in an interview with WorldNetDaily earlier this week.
The surge at Croatia’s border started after Hungary closed off its border three days ago.
Thousands of Muslims broke through Croatian police lines at Tovarnik and Bezdan, overwhelming the border patrol units who refrained from using non-lethal force, such as water cannons or tear gas.
Croatia’s interior minister says the country is “absolutely full.” And Hungary’s foreign minister, Peter Szijjártó, told the Hungarian Times that 30 to 35 million migrants could end up making the trip by sea and land to Europe from Obama’s destabilized Third World.
It’s a self-delusion to call this situation a migration, it is a massive invasion of Islamic Jihad. Libya, Yemen, Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan are all countries with a huge population and an extremely unstable situation.
Meanwhile, in the United States, a bill introduced recently by Rep. Brian Babin, R-Texas, calling for a halt of all refugee resettlement until the full impact of the program can be studied, has picked up 10 co-sponsors in the last few days. Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, the chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, became the latest co-sponsor of HR 3314 or the Refugee Accountability National Security Act, joining Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, and Rep. Walter Jones, R-N.C., among others.
Notable by his absence from the list of co-sponsors so far is Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., who chairs the House subcommittee on immigration and border security and who also has had an uprising among constituents in his own home district who are unhappy about being selected as a location for Syrian refugees.
“The refugee crisis was caused largely by Obama’s own inept foreign policy,” Babin told Breitbart. "He drew red lines in the sand [that were] routinely crossed, and he never did a thing. He pulled everybody out of Iraq against the good advice of his own commanders,” he continued. "He did not force issues with the prime minister of Iraq, nor did he in Afghanistan. I think he can only look in the mirror and say, 'Hey this is my creation.'"
Aside from the costs of the program – at least $1 billion a year not including the cost of welfare benefits used by the refugees – Babin and McCaul have both been sounding the alarm that ISIS will exploit the refugee program to infiltrate the U.S. ISIS operatives have themselves promised to do exactly that, just as they have in Europe. "We are crazy to be inviting the problems of the Middle East into the United States," Babin said.
According to the U.N.'s own data, at least 71 percent of the migrants flooding Europe are military-aged men 20-30 years old, the right age for terrorists. Only 15 percent are children and 13 percent are women.
The U.S. has been receiving 70,000 foreign refugees per year, more than any other nation, for the past several years. They are selected and resettled into more than 190 cities and towns across America.
President Obama wants to increase that number to 85,000 in fiscal 2016, which starts Oct. 1, and to 100,000 in fiscal 2017.
To date, Obama has resettled more than 500,000 Muslins into U.S. cities and towns since he took office.
Here is what happens when the infiltration of Muslims began to change the demographics. Note: this report was 7 years ago today it has exploded and is reaching epidemic proportions.
Jones, the North Carolina congressman from New Bern, notes the high ratio of welfare usage by Middle Eastern refugees, more than 91 percent are on food stamps, and 68 percent receive cash welfare assistance. He said solid data for the cost to state and local governments is not available.
"H.R. 3314 would suspend the president’s action and only allow for the program to be resumed if Congress voted to do so," Jones said.Even the tiny town of New Bern, with a population of just over 30,000, has received 1,944 foreign refugees since 2002, according to State Department databases.
"We need to determine how much this program is costing taxpayers, and we need to make sure the people we are letting in aren’t radical Islamic terrorists. Until then, the program ought to be suspended," said Jones.
According to a recent study by the Senate immigration committee, there have been 72 cases since July 2014 involving likely Muslim immigrants arrested for terrorist activity.
More than 50 Somali refugees have traveled or tried to travel abroad to join ISIS, al-Shabab and al-Qaida, most of them from Minnesota, including one, Zacharia Yusuf Abdurah, 20, who pleaded guilty Thursday to providing material support to terrorists. He admitted that he and eight other men met 10 to 15 times in local mosques, parks and restaurants to talk about routes to Syria and how to finance their trip.
But Jones is equally concerned about the cost.
"We are over 18 trillion dollars in debt. We don’t even have money to fix roads and schools for Americans who pay taxes and already live here. Instead of taking in 10’s of thousands of immigrants and refugees from countries that breed radical Islamic terrorists, we should be focusing our efforts on urging stable Middle Eastern countries to allow refugees to resettle closer to their homeland."
The Muslim Gulf states of Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait, and Bahrain have taken zero refugees from Syria and Iraq to date.
According to the federal Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR), between 2008 and 2013 the United States admitted 115,617 refugees from the Middle East. Another 308,805 people from the Middle East were given green cards during that time, meaning a total of 424,422 immigrants from the Middle East settled in the United States in five years — nearly half a million.
Overall, according to the Migration Policy Institute, the U.S. has taken in about 20 percent of the world's international migrants, even as it represents less than 5 percent of the global population.
EU leaders will hold an emergency summit next week to discuss the crisis.
video on “World Demographics,” then
you must understand that if Obama is allowed to continue his Muslim
infiltration of Islam into America we will soon become an Islamic State just as
happened in every Islamic country in the world.
Moreover, just as the man in the audience of Trumps campaign speech
said: “We have a Muslim problem in this country,
and we have a Muslim president not even born here.” Trump didn’t correct him because it was the truth. Even if it wasn’t, remember we use to have freedom
of speech in this country. Apparently
free speech among other things, has become politically incorrect. The next
thing it will result in the death penalty, just as in every other Islamic
Thanks for listening – de Andréa
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