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The Underground Refugee Railroad

Friday, March 31, 2017 18:51
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Recently, prominent independent journalist Josh Tolley, interviewed a woman who did not give her name but described some extraordinary things regarding refugees entering the United States with little to no vetting. We will call her Jane.

Jane, according to her own account, is an ordinary citizen. She does not appear to be a politician or a political staffer- though she does mention her profession.

She began, on her own initiative, attending UN Resettlement meetings. The meetings were sponsored by Missouri Social Services Office and managed under the auspices of the Department of Refugee Monitoring.

According to Jane, these Middle Eastern and North African refugees are being brought in under the cover of night into airports all across the country. They are not being vetted. They are not being checked for diseases, and they come without papers.

Many of the refugees are given an identification document with an encoded Middle Eastern sounding name which means that their given names are not known. Those whose names cannot be ascertained are so designated because they do not speak English and have no intention to learn English. So communication- even as to what their names are- is deemed untenable.

According to Jane, President Jimmy Carter changed the way we take refugees, immigrants, and asylum seekers into the U.S. in 1980. It was called The Immigration and Refugee Act which was altered by President Carter to establish drastically looser standards of vetting for people coming into our country under the auspices of seeking shelter from war, poverty, or oppression.

President Trump recently dropped the number of refugees that can be taken in a certain amount of time to 50,000. Jane says that Trump received a great deal of resistance to that. She also suggests that Trump wants to shut down this program entirely, but for reasons that are not well understood, he seems to be unable to do so.

This is interesting, considering that the media and Trump’s opponents are so anxious to use any story they can to smear him as a racist- one would think this would be a great opportunity for them to do so. But they are not reporting on this story. Apparently, the press has an interest in keeping it quiet.

Jane went on to explain that the refugees are being given cash, food, and housing benefits, and local companies are being pressured to give them jobs. Interviewer, Josh Tolley was quick to notice that this is not the way a nation ordinarily would treat people seeking refuge from war, or an oppressive dictatorship.

Ordinarily, asylum seekers, and those with similar refugees statuses would be placed in specially designated refugee camps. There, they could be protected and provided for on a temporary basis until such a time as it is deemed safe for the refugees to return to their places of origin.

These refugees are being set up with permanent resident status in such a way that they are not meant to be accounted for publicly. They are being counted, but not in such a way that any member of the public could discover it without a massive amount of digging- and possibly a legal team.

One commentator said that a local factory was taking in undocumented refugee workers and being given $20,000 Federal bonuses for each one. According to reports, these workers are not accounted for, they do not speak English, and are not effective in the jobs that they are meant to be holding.

Later on in her interview with Tolley, Jane explained that the refugees were frequently diseased. She commented that the amount of visibly ill refugees was so great that it seemed they were being selected for on that basis. She also said that more than half of the refugees were single males aged 18 to 35. That is to say- fighting age men.

Where the story becomes truly frightening is when we learn that if a state should tell the Department of Refugee Monitoring that they no longer want to take any refugees, then the Federal government steps in. The state loses its ability to engage with the process whatsoever or even to have any information about its furtherance- and the project is continued by external agencies who are brought in to handle the refugees.

At the end of the interview, Jane described being escorted by a man who is fluent in Arabic but looks American. As they were walking, they passed a group of male refugees and according to Jane her escort said the men were discussing what it means to be a part of a sleeper cell.


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