Immigration Policy Coalesced Into Foreign Policy

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When millions of immigrants from Third World shit holes invaded Europe they were called United Nations Economic Refugees. Several hundred thousand ‘economic refugees’ came here —— for openers.

NOTE: The cost of resettling United Nations Economic Refugees is difficult to determine, but it is already several billion tax dollars when you add in all of the welfare state programs they access as soon as they get here. I shudder to think what the tab will be 10 years from now. The worst of it is that enough immigrants coming here from Third World countries are destroying this country, while the overwhelming majority who remain in their homeland shit holes breed like horny rabbits on Spanish Fly.​
Taking in millions for economic reasons not only increases poverty in this country, it guaranties a never-ending source of poverty stricken peoples on a global scale.​

http://defendingthetruth.com/immigration/97943-nutos-s-horny-rabbits.html#post1226827

The United Nations dictating this country’s immigration policy began a long time ago. Now I learn that U.N. scum is openly dictating foreign policy:


A team of experts on immigration and refugees is warning that the United Nations has been given effective responsibility for operating part of America’s foreign policy.​
The report from Nayla Rush of the Center for Immigration Studies notes that most of the “refugees” being resettled in the West now come from relatively “normal” circumstances and are not, as many assume, under immediate threat of death or injury.​
Nevertheless, the U.N. and outside agencies paid for resettlement services regularly refer to their services as a “lifeline.”​
But now Rush reports there has been a shift in the portrayal of the resettlements.​
“The new talking points are now along these lines: The refugee resettlement program is not solely a humanitarian tool; it is also a foreign policy one,” the report explains.​
“But if this were the case, does it mean that the U.N.’s refugee agency – which the U.S. relies upon for resettlement referrals – is now entrusted with the implementation of part of U.S. foreign policy?”​
CIS reported, “In anticipation of a possible decision by the Trump administration to further lower the refugee ceiling for fiscal year 2019, the senior vice president of public affairs at the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS), Melanie Nezer, told Politico: ‘The refugee resettlement program is about so much more than just saving lives. It’s also a diplomatic tool, it’s a foreign policy tool, it stabilizes countries that are hosting the refugees.'”​
Exactly how do U.N. refugee parasites stabilize any host country?

There are only a handful of agencies through which the U.S. government resettles “refugees,” and all of them get paid for their work.​
HIAS is one, while Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services is another.​
“The equation is simple: Lower resettlement admissions means less money for HIAS,” the CIS report explained.​
“Kay Bellor, vice president with Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services … also worried about the consequences of lower resettlement numbers on hosting countries; in the words of the Politico report, Bellor feared that ‘refugees could be stranded in host countries such as Turkey and Lebanon if the U.S. doesn’t open its doors.’ She believes, like Nezer above, this sends a ‘terrible signal’ to host countries: ‘It’s hard to imagine how this might impact their response.'”​
But the CIS report questioned, “What is hard to imagine is the following: How is resettling a few thousand out of millions of ‘stranded refugees’ going to significantly impact hosting countries, not to mention ‘stabilize’ them?”​
President Trump has explained what he views as the right approach, the report continues.​
In addressing the U.N. General Assembly, he said, “The United States is a compassionate nation and has spent billions and billions of dollars in helping to support this effort. We seek an approach to refugee resettlement that is designed to help these horribly treated people and which enables their eventual return to their home countries to be part of the rebuilding process… Out of the goodness of our hearts, we offer financial assistance to hosting countries in the region and we support recent agreements of the G20 nations that will seek to host refugees as close to their home countries as possible. This is the safe, responsible, and humanitarian approach.”​
Rush earlier found that mostly refugees are neither in immediate need of medical care nor facing the immediate threat of violence.​
“According to recent data from the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), almost all refugees submitted for resettlement in 2017 (75,200 in total) were in ‘normal’ circumstances ‘where there are no immediate medical, social, or security concerns which would merit expedited processing,” the report said.​
The U.N’s own figures reveal that during 2017, only 1.1 percent of the resettlement cases involved an emergency, and 6.4 percent were “urgent,” which means 92.5 percent were normal priority levels, the report said.​
The global body classifies 2017 resettlement submissions by categories. Survivors of violence and/or torture comprise 27.4 percent, children and adolescents at risk 9.9 percent, women and girls at risk 7.3 percent and refugees with medical needs: 3.5 percent.​

Immigration experts: U.N. handling key parts of U.S. foreign policy​
Posted By -NO AUTHOR- On 08/14/2018 @ 8:19 pm​

I have not heard a public voice use that definition ‘economic refugees in at least two years, nor will you hear it from this filth:


Refugee Resettlement – Lifeline or Foreign Policy Tool?​
By Nayla Rush on August 7, 2018​

Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled illegal alien parasites was bad enough. Adding U.N. refugees to illegal aliens is all the more reason to:

http://defendingthetruth.com/immigration/92593-ship-her-back-france.html#post1208929

If not shipping her back to France at least remove this piece of garbage:


Finally, look how far the U.S. went in the wrong direction since FDR refused to accept less than a thousand legitimate Jewish refugees on the:

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/a1/StLouisHavana.jpg/450px-StLouisHavana.jpg
MS St. Louis surrounded by smaller vessels in its homeport of Hamburg.​

The MS St. Louis was a German ocean liner most notable for a single voyage in 1939, in which her captain, Gustav Schröder, tried to find homes for 908 Jewish refugees from Germany, after they were denied entry to Cuba, the United States and Canada, until finally accepted in various European countries, which were later engulfed in World War II.​

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MS_St._Louis
 
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NOTE: The cost of resettling United Nations Economic Refugees is difficult to determine, but it is already several billion tax dollars when you add in all of the welfare state programs they access as soon as they get here. I shudder to think what the tab will be 10 years from now. The worst of it is that enough immigrants coming here from Third World countries are destroying this country, while the overwhelming majority who remain in their homeland shit holes breed like horny rabbits on Spanish Fly.​
More Than Half of Foreign Refugees Are on Taxpayer-Funded Food Stamps​
by John Binder​
13 Aug 2018​

“Foreign Refugees” seems redundant to me. In this country a refugee is automatically a foreigner irrespective of this definition:

refugee (noun)
One who flees in search of refuge, as in times of war, political oppression, or religious persecution.​

On the other hand it can be said that Americans are refugees in their own country fleeing from “. . . war, political oppression, or religious persecution.”.

Incidentally, United Nations refugees are supposed to go back to their homelands when they lose their Temporary Protected Status (TPS) as will 60,000 Haitians next July. There is a problem because economic conditions will never improve in shit holes; hence, they will never go back.

On the plus side American refugees are already here when conditions improve —— after U.N. refugees no longer come here in addition to sending the ones already here back home.


 
May 2018
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Incidentally, United Nations refugees are supposed to go back to their homelands when they lose their Temporary Protected Status (TPS) as will 60,000 Haitians next July. There is a problem because economic conditions will never improve in shit holes; hence, they will never go back.
So why are they coming here at all? Liberals please do not respond with this free stuff bullshit:

“. . . the sole barometer of America’s commitment to vulnerable people around the world.”​

State Department Announces Lowest Refugee Ceiling In History​
6:22 PM 09/17/2018​
Christopher Smith | Contributor​