VIA| Although it was France’s open-door policy that enabled terrorists to kill 129 people and injure 352 in Paris, with 99 in critical condition, ignorant “Americans” are still demanding to take in Syrian refugees.
More than half the nation’s governors announced their states would not accept Syrian refugees after authorities revealed that at least one of the suspected Paris terrorists entered Europe via the current wave of Syrian refugees.
He was allowed to enter Greece in early October by falsely identifying himself as a Syrian named Ahmad al Muhammad.
For those of you who don’t understand the ‘Trojan Horse’ risk that comes when taking in refugees at a vulnerable time like this, consider what just happened in Louisiana when a Syrian refugee in Baton Rouge simply disappeared from the agency that was supposedly in charge of the person and the resettlement process:
“Catholic Charities helped the refugee who settled in Baton Rouge, but said the immigrant left for another state after a couple of days, and they don’t know where the refugee went since they don’t track them,” tv station WBRZ reported.
As if that wasn’t disturbing enough, WBRZ reported that Louisiana state officials didn’t even find out until the Paris attacks made headlines that their state was already home to 14 resettled Syrian refugees, including 7 in Kenner and 6 in the New Orleans area.
“This is a federal program, and it was their responsibility, as the governor has stated, that they should have notified myself or the governor directly,” said Kevin Davis, Director of the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management.
Gov. Bobby Jindal addressed this corruption on Monday in his executive order that prevents any state resources to be used for Syrian refugees in Louisiana. His order also called for strict monitoring of the refugees.
“The State of Louisiana has been denied critical information by the federal government regarding Syrian refugees already relocated into this state, creating an untenable situation,” Jindal’s executive order said.
Although I grew up in the conservative Bible-belt of the Republican south, my education and personal interests have influenced a great deal of liberalism on me. My minor is in Anthropology, with a specialization in Migrants & Refugees, from one of the most liberal schools in the country. Trust me, I get it.
It’s unrealistic, illogical, and delusional to accept Syrian refugees at such a vulnerable time. I’m not saying forever – but right now. It’s tragic, I know. But it’s unfortunately the brutal reality of life.