Kerry Says That 200,000 Syrian “Refugees” Will Be Brought to America (Whether We Want Them Here or Not)

Refugees-NRD-600Obama and his Administration are working feverishly to bring the Muslim Invasion, currently overrunning Europe, to our shores.

Fox News reports that

… Kerry said the United States will take in more refugees worldwide in the next two years, including 10,000 Syrian asylum seekers in 2016.

“We will now go up to 85,000 with at least 10,000 over the next year in Syria specifically. And in the next fiscal year we will target 100,000,” Kerry said.

In the fiscal year ending September 2015, the world’s biggest economy took in 70,000 refugees.

The White House had already announced last week that President Barack Obama had asked for at least 10,000 Syrian refugees to be admitted into the US in the next fiscal year.

Kerry praised Germany’s stance in welcoming a massive influx of asylum seekers as Europe grapples with its biggest migration crisis since World War II.

“Germany has set a remarkable example for its willingness to step up and deal with theses challenges,” Kerry said.

Yeah, about that “remarkable example”

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has called on other European heads of state to accept joint responsibility for the continent’s refugee crisis, as thousands more have poured into Austria aboard crowded buses and trains.Austrian police said 4,700 people entered the country on September 20 through the Nickelsdorf border post from Hungary. A day earlier, more than 10,000 people entered. 

Soldiers, police, and volunteers, meanwhile, were trying establish order on the Austrian border as about 7,000 people crowded the Nickelsdorf crossing.

The development comes after thousands of migrants, many lacking food and water, were trapped in Southeast Europe, in some cases for days, after countries began putting up barriers that blocked their passage to Western and Central Europe.

European leaders, who are sharply divided over what to do with the migrant influx, are hoping to find a credible response to the crisis at an emergency summit in the coming week.

Merkel on September 20 warned that Germany could not shelter those who were moving for economic reasons rather than to flee war or persecution.

“Germany is willing to help. But it is not just a German challenge, but one for all of Europe,” Merkel told a gathering of trade unionists. “Europe must act together and take on responsibility. Germany can’t shoulder this task alone.”

“We are a big country. We are a strong country. But to make out as if we alone can solve all the social problems of the world would not be realistic,” she said. 

The majority of the refugees and migrants are fleeing wars in Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan, with the European Union receiving almost 250,000 asylum requests in April, May, and June. 

Meanwhile, nearly 30 refugees are missing off the Greek island of Lesbos, the latest boat sinking in Greece that has led to hundreds of deaths in recent months. 

The Greek coast guard said on September 20 that it had rescued 20 people by helicopter, but survivors said another 26 people had been about the boat.

More than 2,600 people have died among the nearly half million who have braved perilous trips across the Mediterranean to reach Europe so far this year.

As much as Obama and his Administration idealize the Democratic Socialists of Germany and the rest of Europe for their “remarkable example”, things are not as peachy, regarding the ongoing Muslim Invasion of Europe, as he and Kerry are attempting to make it sound.

The Daily Mail reports that

The EU logged 213,000 arrivals in April, May and June but only 44,000 of them were fleeing the Syrian civil war.

Campaigners and left-wing MPs have suggested the vast majority of migrants are from the war-torn state, accusing the Government of doing too little to help them.

‘This exposes the lie peddled in some quarters that vast numbers of those reaching Europe are from Syria,’ said David Davies, Tory MP for Monmouth. ‘Most people who are escaping the war will go to camps in Lebanon or Jordan.

‘Many of those who have opted to risk their lives to come to Europe have done so for economic reasons.’

Sir Bill Cash, a fellow Tory, said: ‘These figures make extremely disturbing reading. The whole argument has been made that this influx is all real refugees from Syria whereas this adds to the substantial evidence that there are a large number of economic migrants who are aiming for a better life.’

The figures from Eurostat, the EU’s official statistical agency, show that migration from April to June was running at double the level of the same period in 2014.

The number of Afghans lodging asylum claims is up four-fold, from 6,300 to 27,000. Another 17,700 claims were made by Albanians, whose country is at peace.

A further 13,900 applicants came from Iraq which, like Syria, is being torn apart by the Islamic State terror group.

This exposes the lie peddled in some quarters that vast numbers of those reaching Europe are from Syria.

Half a million migrants have arrived in Europe so far this year, with 156,000 coming in August alone. Rather than claiming asylum in the first safe EU country they reach, most head on toward wealthy northern states. The human cost of the crisis has been paid by the estimated 3,000 migrants who have drowned after putting their lives in the hands of people smugglers for the perilous crossing of the Mediterranean.

Risks being taken by many families were highlighted by the deaths of three-year-old Aylan Kurdi and his brother Galip, five, whose bodies were washed up on the tourist beach of Bodrum in Turkey earlier this month.

More than 250,000 migrants have reached Greece and Italy, where the authorities are close to breaking point.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel fuelled the chaos last month by declaring that any Syrian who reached the country could claim asylum.

When the numbers became uncontrollable Berlin shut its borders, throwing Austria, Hungary and other EU countries into turmoil.

Croatia has received 14,000 migrants in the past two days and was last night moving some to the Hungarian border.

Hungary is laying razor wire on the border having done the same on its border with Serbia.

Croatia has closed seven of eight road crossings to Serbia and ordered its border guards to redirect migrants to Hungary and Slovenia. The Hungarian government described this as ‘totally unacceptable’.

Violence broke out yesterday (Sunday) between Syrian and Afghan migrants fighting to board trains across Croatia.

And Slovenian riot police last (Sunday) night stood in the path of 200 migrants trying to enter from Croatia. Slovenian ministers say they will accept asylum seekers but send back anyone deemed to be an illegal immigrant.

Britain, which received 7,470 asylum applications between April and June, has come under fire for failing to join an EU scheme to spread 160,000 migrants between the 28 member states.

And, this garbage is what Obama and Kerry are so anxious to bring to our shores?

Why?

For the purpose of disruption? Or, does Obama envision new Democratic Voters, as he does with his unrelenting quest for amnesty for illegal aliens from South of the Border?

And, here’s a Million Drachma Question for ya: Why are the other Middle Eastern Countries not taking them in?

What do they know that we and the Europeans don’t?

I can answer those questions in three little words: “hijrah” and “taqujiyya”.

“Hijrah” refers to the undertaking of a pilgrimage to spread Islam to the World, such as undertaken by Mohammed between Mecca and Medina in 62 A.D., which is referred to as “The Start of the Muslim Era”.

“Taquiyya” is the Muslim Practice of purposeful lying to us “Infidels” in order to further the cause of Islam.

So, in case you are wondering, that, in a nutshell, is why informed Americans do not want 200,000 un-vetted Syrian “Refugees” brought here.

Until He Comes,

KJ

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3 Responses to “Kerry Says That 200,000 Syrian “Refugees” Will Be Brought to America (Whether We Want Them Here or Not)”

  1. Brittius Says:

    Reblogged this on Brittius.

  2. Danny Ferguson Says:

    The logical response to the massive influx into Europe and westward is to go into Syria and Iraq and destroy Isis. It would be relatively easy for the US and it allies to do and then the immigrants could return to their homeland and live in peace. That is a heck of a lot safer and much more logical than the west taking in millions of immigrants, many of whom are probably Muslim extremists. But, this does not fit into Obama’s plan – which will be to declare Martial Law, wipe out the terrorists, then turn America into a dictatorship minus a Constitution

  3. Lady Liberty Says:

    There isn’t even a need for them to lie anymore. With Obama at the helm they can walk right and do what they want no matter what the reason. It’s all so easy for them now.

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