This is a story I missed in September right after the President spoke at the UN General Assembly. Thanks to reader Brenda for sending it our way.
We know this is true and it has been frustrating over the years when I’ve been unable to tell readers exactly what it does cost the US and state/local taxpayers per refugee placed (secretly!) in your towns and cities.
Recently you have seen a spate of reports about how refugees financially benefit America—the truth is they are deceiving the public because no one really knows the true cost of refugees’ admission to the US, their resettlement and their use of public services for which, unlike other categories of legal immigration, they are eligible upon arrival.
The best case was made by the Center for Immigration Studies in a study we reported and Politifact mentions below.
Before I tell you what Politifactsays, see…
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North of the Boston end of the Atlantic seaboard megalopolis, the overwhelmingly White areas of upper New England make a natural ethnostate seedbed. With a regional culture entirely their own, combining the vestiges of Puritan stoicism and New England independence and stubbornness, New Albion is organizing for the future which we all see coming, in post-Balkanization America.
Here is their new website. Take a look and explore it. If you’re in the NorthEast, I recommend that you reach out to them and network together for the region’s future.
Sobieski’s Winged Hussars: “the badass Polish King Jan Sobieski led the single hugest and most balls-out cavalry charge in history.” http://www.badassoftheweek.com/hussars.html
….so they see very clearly their job today!
Longtime readers know all about the Polish King Jan Sobieski and the battle at the Gates of Vienna in 1683, but we get new readers every day and I need to continue to educate newbies.
We have an extensive archive on the ‘Invasion of Europe’(mostly the modern day invasion), but it is important to repeat that Poland has a really good reason for resisting the migrants that both the EU and Mama Merkel would like to foist on the country.
Here it is, mentioned again inan article about Germany’s political difficulties at the moment, at America Thinker.
The Poles are teaching their history to the next generation!
There is another powerful reason for Eastern Europe’s reluctance to accept…
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Nigel Jonesfrom The Telegraph (U.K.) reviews — After the Reich: From the Liberation of Vienna to the Berlin Airlift
Giles MacDonogh is a bon viveur and a historian of wine and gastronomy, but in this book, pursuing his other consuming interest – German history – he serves a dish to turn the strongest of stomachs. It makes particularly uncomfortable reading for those who compare the disastrous occupation of Iraq unfavourably to the post-war settlement of Germany and Austria.
MacDonogh argues that the months that followed May 1945 brought no peace to the shattered skeleton of Hitler’s Reich, but suffering even worse than the destruction wrought by the war. After the atrocities that the Nazis had visited on Europe, some degree of justified vengeance by their victims was inevitable, but the appalling bestialities that MacDonogh documents so soberly went far beyond that. The first 200 pages of his…
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“At least 90% of Syrians pretending to be “refugees” in Canada are on WELFARE, which includes about $600 per month for shelter, an additional $275 per adult, and $133 per child each month, …..” > (Do the math) PLUS Free health care, Free education, E.S.L., Free time, etc. (Just the “bare bones” of FREE stuff for FOREIGNERS!) >more HERE