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Thursday, June 22, 2017

The Office of Refugee Resettlement.




"Garrett Hardin (writer of Tragedy of the Commons) compares our situation to an over-crowded lifeboat in a sea of drowning bodies. If we take more aboard, the boat will be swamped and we'll go under. [We must] militarize our borders [against illegal immigration]. The lifeboat is listing."

Edward Abbey






While the President tries to halt the flood, the Office of Refugee Resettlement motors on.



This is the government department that is bringing the Third World to your neighborhood.

Office of Refugee Resettlement















But seriously, folks....











Thought for the day:



23 comments:

  1. All I have to say is "Poor Texas" I just had friends move out to Dallas, I feel bad for them. before she became UN ambassador Nikki Haley put the brakes on it here, or else we would have been dealt a massive flow of them.
    I just hope that while Trump is cutting welfare benefits he starts to put a cut into this program.

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    1. The "Syrians", which covers a polyglot range of people from the middle east, the old Soviet Republics, and all sorts of other dogs and ponies, are coming into Atlanta in large numbers. More of them than the charts would indicate. There was a guest on Fox News last night who said we can't just keep on importing poverty. I'm sure President Trump would like to turn off the tap, but the Shadow State doesn't want that and it's like being stuck to cobwebs trying to fight it.

      Texas is being inundated with the "dregs of the earth"and Houston isn't even am American city anymore to all intents and purposes. I don't know about Dallas, maybe they have been spared the worst of it.

      It's a grim situation, but with Trump in office maybe there's hope. Shrillery had already declared her intention to double the number of "Syrians" being imported once she took office.

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    2. I spoke to my son in Ft. Worth today. He said that his city has been flooded with people from the Congo. I didn't know we allowed in people from every war-torn country in the world.

      Colonialism wasn't such a bad thing in it's day. At least there was stability and people had food to eat. That, and they stayed home. --Troy

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    3. Troy, we can only see what's going on in our own small radius of daily activity. The news doesn't carry reports on the "immigration" process much anymore and when they do, it's only to whine and carp about the process having been slowed down. I was reading the web page from "The Office of Refugee Resettlement" and they were waxing eloquent about the thousands of people they import from virtually every third world hell hole on the planet. Edward Abbey, the author I just heard of less than a year ago, was vehemently anti-immigration because he saw what it was doing to the South West. In a time of limited resources and social stress, bringing in hordes of troglodytes with nothing to offer and who constitute an unsupportable burden is national suicide.

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  2. The third world says all kinds of despicable things about us. And yet, we take take in more refugees than anyone if you include all the Mexicans and Central Americans coming in. And now we have to worry about radicals from our northern border as well, as evidenced by the Jihadist who nearly killed a cop in Michigan yesterday.

    Sure enough, we have plenty of homegrown radicals too. Antifa, BLM, and many other unhinged leftists. One big snowball running downhill... --Troy


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    1. Troy, that's absolutely true. We don't have enough jobs, housing , health care or education for our own citizens, but we are allowing a flood of mud hut dwellers into the country. We're so far in debt we can never pay it off, but we are spending vast sums on importing and caring for people who constitute nothing but a liability and a drain on our resources. They devastate the areas they are moved into, but the left just turns a blind eye to it. It really is a big snowball rolling down hill.

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  3. At some point he's going to gave to publicly go to the people like Reagan did and ask that his supporters start calling and harassing their Senators and Representatives to vote in favor of passing his agenda. It worked for him. In the mean time, I'd use some of President o-POS's tactics and write presidential EO's and claim obstructionism by Congress whether it be Democraps or Democraps-lite aka Republicans

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    1. I have been disappointed at the way the Shadow State has blocked virtually every move the President makes , and I wish he could play hardball and put the screws to the miscreants like Schumer who do it publicly, and to the little worms who leak secret information and try to impede him from the shadows. I don't know if there is no way to hammer them, or he doesn't know how to, or what.

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    2. his inner circle is even infiltrated. they told him to pick mueller as special investigator. turns out he's a great big hard line dem deep stater, hiring other hillary dems to help fry trump. they keep "leaking" false info to get the media riled up and deflect from whats really going on. poor bastard must feel like he's all along in the wolf's den.

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    3. I have felt that President Trump was ill served by some of the people he trusted from the get go. At a time when everything is in turmoil, and he's trying to assert his authority, it seems like the people around him are hindering the effort more than helping it. He didn't get to be a billionaire by lacking knowledge of how to pick people for a job, I just don't understand it.

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  4. oh Harry - sometimes i don't comment because i just don't know what to say - i've said this before and feel very un-democratic saying it. europe is a mess, the US is becoming a mess and i feel that canada will soon be a mess. which is why we are on this tiny island - any immigrants coming here better assimilate - or else. we have a tiny clan of nutbag frenchies living up the road - one killed his mother and the rest of them are breaking into every cottage around here. when we see them we wave and beep at them and one time we brought them a big box of food. seems like they are leaving us alone, thank The Lord!

    sending love always! your friend,
    kymber

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    1. Kymber, things do seem to be going to hell in a hand basket. I can say for a dead certainty that the quality of life here in the mountains started to erode significantly when the thousands of Hispanics began pouring into Hall county in North Georgia. Like a disease, they spread out from there. Atlanta is virtually a third world country, replete with turf wars between the different ethnic groups, and such wonderful additions to our culture as honor killings and Sharia law. Maybe it can't be stopped. I just don't know.

      One thing that helps us in our little enclave up here, is that most of the Third Worlders move out of the area after they go through one winter here. Winter can be very severe, and they aren't used to the cold and not being able to get around because the roads are closed.

      Sounds like those people living close to you are like what CC has to put up with in Texas, except that down there it's trashy Hispanics. At least they are leaving you alone, for the moment.

      I don't know where it will end, but historical parallels to our situation don't bode well for our future.

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  5. i didn't even know there was such an office. an obama creation I'm sure with another 'czar' in charge. I wonder of Trump is even aware or just doesn't care

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    1. I'm sure the President knows about it, but it's almost impossible to disestablish a part of the Deep State bureaucracy. Maybe if some of this other nonsense gets taken care of, we can get rid of this . But it will be hard.

      The Office of Refugee Resettlement pays private firms to find places to dump the refugees. State politicians take payola to fix it so that refugees can be dumped in their states. The private firms are paid by the head, so usually they pay off the state level politicians in the form of kickbacks, per head. I saw a one hour documentary about all this on one of the bizarre little niche channels we get on the satellite, I think it was called VICE or something like that. It was appalling to see how this works and will continue to work til somebody like President Trump gets rid of it. The Old Party Hacks like McCain and Graham know about it, but they are all part of the "pay to play" system.

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  6. totally off topic - just sent you an email that yer gonna love. i included a link to Mike's latest post about spam fries - yer gonna love them! here's the link:

    http://livingprepared.blogspot.ca/2017/06/spam-french-fries.html#comment-form

    sending love, as always, buddy! your friend,
    kymber

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    1. Kymber, it's Saturday 24 June at 1330: Just got your comment. I will go look it up ASAP. Always glad to hear from you, even if you only come by to say "hello" it brightens my day.

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  7. I have been trying for a couple days to get my boiling blood under control enough to comment. I have solutions to this, but Harry's blog is such a nice place, I will keep them to myself.I will say, no matter how much ammo you have, it probably is not enough. It is just great sitting and watching our own Government steal the country my ancestors carved from the wilderness and just hand it over to every third world loser on the planet. No matter how bad I think it is, I keep finding out it is worse than that. GRRRRRRRRR

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    1. It is very disheartening to me to see these troglodytes imported into our country, at great expense, where they constitute a horrific burden on our already shaky infrastructure and finances. I feel even worse though, when I think about American citizens, who worked all their lives, served in the military, did their bit and now are going without. They don't get any help with housing, food, medicine, nothing .I have a couple of guys in mind specifically who earned help but don't get it, while these immigrants come here, complain about our culture, denigrate our lifestyle, and contribute to an already astronomical crime rate. It's sick, and it's wrong. Personally, I think the bureaucrats and politicians deserve to be punished for creating this situation, and the French model comes to mind as a fitting template for dealing with it.

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    2. +1,000 to JBogan's comment and your reply Harry!

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  8. i know it is boring and repetitive, but i'll say it again--hell is an enormous place.
    even at that the denizens may have to be packed in like sardines.
    as the deep state and other corruptions become blatant, there seem to be more and more people who want to go there.
    puzzling.
    what profiteth it a man to gain the whole world but lose his soul?

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    1. There are some who are misguided, because they are ignorant, unthinking, unintelligent. Then there are the people like Obama, who are smart enough to see what they are doing, but don't care because it's to their personal benefit. I don't know if God will punish them, but I hope the American people reach the point where they will. That British man who drove his vehicle into a bunch of Muzzies and then told police he "had done his bit" is being pilloried in the press. But his example is based on the one's the Moslems created themselves. If it's ok for them to do that to others, then I don't understand all the squalling, wailing, gnashing of teeth and rending of garments when they get a taste of their own.

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  9. I saw the photo of the gun and thought I would share. We just returned from Silver Dollar City in Branson, MO and they must be on the lookout for people carrying guns. At the check in the guard sort of squeezes your purse or carry bag but I told him I had medical supplies in it so he opened it instead of potentially damaging things. That was fine with me, I agreed to it. Then he asked my husband if he had his conceal carry ????? It must have been the way he was dressed: T shirt with a loose button up over it and cargo pants with boots. He looked fine but he does carry and wears loose clothing outside. He did not bring a gun into the park so he told the man Yes, he has his permit but no gun on him. They didn't ask other men about it so it must be a profile.

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    1. Kathy, it's great to hear from you! I know you had not been feeling well and I thought maybe you had given up blogging until you got better. I'm sure glad to see you on line again.

      As to what happened with your husband, I get asked if I have a gun every time I get pulled over by the State Police or the Sheriff's Department. It's because I have a big sticker on the back of my jeep that says "NRA: Stand and Fight." The cops ask me if I have a concealed carry permit, and if I have a gun in the car. I always answer "yes" and "yes" at which point they want to see the permit. I show it to them, and go on my way. I often wonder if they are bored, or if they have some kind of quota. When I ask them what their reason for pulling me over was in the first place, they say I was driving slowly and they were concerned I was having a "senior medical emergency." That's B.S. but the State says that is a valid reason for law enforcement to pull over "older citizens."

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