Earlier this week, President Barack Obama “Pictured Above” warned his administration to prepare for the arrival of an additional 10,000 Syrian refugees during the next fiscal year, which begins on Oct. 1. This would bring the total number of refugees slated to enter into the United States in 2016 up to 75,000.
According to CNN, Secretary of State John Kerry wants to raise the 75,000 cap to an even higher number, perhaps as high as 100,000 or more.
There are a couple of huge problems with this, though.
For one, Obama is failing to properly screen refugees, meaning some refugees could wind up being Islamic terrorists in disguise.
According to Michael Steinbach, FBI deputy assistant director of counter-terrorism, it’s “virtually impossible to screen refugees from a ‘failed state’ like Syria, where the U.S. does not have boots on the ground and does not have access to reliable police or intelligence records.”
Furthermore, many of the refugees previously admitted into other nations have shown a great deal of ungratefulness.
In Macedonia, for instance, Muslim refugees refused aid boxes full of food because the boxes were emblazoned with the Red Cross emblem. If these refugees were truly that desperate for help, then why would they refuse food over something so minor?
And according to Mad World News, a number of Muslim nations themselves refuse to take in these ungrateful refugees.
But the biggest problem with Obama’s proposal is that he has been largely ignoring Christian refugees. Only a handful of them have managed to make it to the United States, and even then, most of them were rejected by the Obama administration and warned that they would soon be deported.
Given the ongoing war against the West being perpetuated by radical Islamists, it’s foolhardy to allow tens or even hundreds of thousands of them to enter the country without proper background checks — especially while ignoring the many Christians from the same regions struggling for their very survival.
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Friday, September 11th, 2015