Why are we taking “refugees” from South Africa? (admission in KY Thanksgiving dinner story)

Refugee Resettlement Watch

Reader Robin sent us this on Wednesday, but I didn’t post earlier simply because I didn’t want to sound mean by begrudging anyone a nice Thanksgiving dinner, but today is different—call me mean if it makes you feel better!

You should know that one of the favorite PR gambits of the US refugee resettlement contractors is to get lovely refugees-first-Thanksgiving stories published at this time of year.  They are masters at planting warm and fuzzy propaganda, and that is one reason we write this blog—LOL! to balance the news!

John Koehlinger, Director Kentucky Refugee Ministries: “This is the one holiday we feel like all of the clients can celebrate.” Does he mean whether they are Muslims or Christians?

If you search around today, you will see that stories were published in several cities about the generosity of the contractors (no doubt using your tax dollars!) in feeding a scrumptious dinner…

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Gang Member Ordered Deported From Canada


Documentary of MS-13 GANG Activity

By Kelly SinoskiVancouver Sun

A Salvadoranmember of the notorious Mara Salvatrucha-13 gangis living in British Columbia despite fears by immigration officials that the gang has a “single brutal purpose” of carrying out criminal activity by any means.

Roberto Ernesto Contreras Mendoza (33 yrs) listed his address as a suite in a downtown Vancouver hotel while he applied for refugee status in a string of applications, appeals and, most recently, a judicial review. Mendoza’s body is covered in vivid tattoos marking him as a walking billboard for the Mara Salvatrucha-13 gang.

He was ORDERED DEPORTED in February after being deemed INADMISSIBLE BECAUSE OF HIS GANG AFFILIATIONS and is awaiting results of a pre-removal risk assessment.

Mendoza, who is out on bail, is also scheduled to appear in Surrey Provincial Court next month on charges of assault and uttering threats

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U.S. White Minority Soon


By Bobbie Bowman

If you like telling stories, spinning yarns, crafting narratives, then you should love demographics — they are the best story of our lives. Demographics, you see, aren’t just about numbers. They’re about covering how this country [United States of America] changes from white to brown over the next [25 yrs. !] quarter-century. That’s something no other country has ever done.

Demographics are about power. They’re about people. When you look at a white baby, you are looking at the new minority in this country. When you look at black, Latino, Asian or Native American toddlers — you’re looking at the baby face of the country’s new majority.

Florida, California and Texas — any of these states could be a ground zero for this emerging and historic story. The change is apparent when you look at children younger than 5 years old in these states:

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Rise Up! One Voice, One People, One Nation

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One Voice, One People, One Nation.

Be ready, our time is coming, the world is spinning faster and faster,  each day another card falls on the worlds house of cards, another domino in the long chain of events moving the world closer and closer to what WE all know is coming. The greatest generation knew it in 1930’s, the warriors of the south in the 1860’s knew it, the revolutionary patriots understood it in 1770’s. Our Time is coming, a day of change, not some slogan for community organizing, but for Revolution! For our people to rise up and take our place among the great generations who have come before us, to stand together united as one people, our destiny, our heritage, our high culture, our technology, all have been building for the last 10,000 years for the new age approaches, there will be NO fence sitting for anyone!


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Canadian national broadcaster and professor ask if British Columbia should change its name

Exposing Faux Capitalism

As a sign of the times of cultural Marxism run amok, and on the public dime, no less, from the November 20, 2014 article on Canada’s national broadcaster, the CBC, they had the audacity to ask whether Canada’s third most populous province, British Columbia, should change its name, in part due to changing demographics.

Have you ever wondered why British Columbia is still called “British,” even though it’s not a colony any more? Howard Stewart has, and he wants to talk to you about it.

Stewart is a historical geographer, who has travelled all over the world. He thinks B.C. needs to have a conversation about other possible names– names that more accurately reflect the people who live there.

Here were my comments:

“By that logic, the street names in Kitchener like Cayuga and Manitou should be changed to reflect the current demographics of mostly White Europeans. The…

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WHITE people want to live around other White people, although most will never, EVER admit this factwhich Black peopleexploit so easily and effectively.

A movie was made called Pleasantville, which pokes fun at Pre-Obama America, for its lack of “color”. White people are constantly trying re-create the magic that is dramatically castigated in that film … to no avail.

Black people want to live among White people — because — ONLY White people have been able to create and sustain a pleasant-ville that welcomes them with open arms and away from the crime and poverty that shapes most majority Black areas.

So, paradoxically, we must include Whitopia among the Stuff Black People Don’t Like, for they would love to live among the thoughtful and pleasant White people who flee to these enclaves that are popping up quickly and efficiently…

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92 Million Americans Unemployed


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by Jeff Davis

By now even the average American has figured out that the Obama regime’s official unemployment statistics are pure propaganda. But do we really understand the staggering reality of the crisis in America that Barack Hussein Obama has helped create?

CNS News reports: “A record 92,269,000 Americans 16 and older did not participate in the labor force in August, as the labor force participation rate matched a 36-year low of 62.8 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.”

“BLS employment statistics are based on the civilian non-institutional population, which consists of all people 16 or older who were not in the military or an institution such as a prison, mental hospital or nursing home. In August, the civilian non-institutional population was 248,229,000 according to BLS. Of that 248,229,000, 155,959,000—or 62.8 percent–participated in the labor force, meaning they either had or job or had actively sought one in…

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