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Offline zeker

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« on: November 16, 2015, 04:06:29 AM »
posted on another board by jazzy....ty
"not too long ago i read a news article when all this so called refugee problem came up and the UN was telling each nation how many they had to take in.  canada said they would take in the quota given them but they only wanted christian refugees, notr muslims.  i actually thought that was pretty smart of them, there might have been a second nation that said the same thing but i do not recall the name but i do remember canada. 
 the UN got pissed and told them no christians they had to take muslims.  i do not know the end result of the disagreement, if canada stood up to the UN and held their ground or folded.

as i started reading more snippets about some other nations not wanting the muslims but would take in christian refugees and being told No, i knew we were all being set up for destruction.

now 100,000 muslims being brought in the US and spread around, yeah, right, like That is gonna end well......

anyone else hear the strains of Bad Moon Rising playing in the back of their mind?"
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no, to christians.. yes, to muslims
« Reply #1 on: November 16, 2015, 04:17:01 AM »
Stunning: Obama Administration Deports Persecuted Chaldean Christians Fleeing ISIS Jim Hoft Sep 16th, 2015 1:45 pm 81 Comments The Obama State Department held 27 Chaldean Christians in detention for six months.
 They were fleeing ISIS.
 iraqi chaldean refugees
Earlier this month the Obama administration deported 12 of the persecuted Christians.
 The Christians had sponsors in the US.

The Chaldeans in San Diego were told not to talk about deportations.

 The San Diego Tribune reported
Twelve of the 27 Iraqi Christians being detained at the Otay Mesa Detention Facility are set to be deported in coming weeks, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said Monday.

An immigration judge ordered their removal in the last two weeks, ICE spokeswoman Lauren Mack said. She declined to provide specific information about why the immigrants are being deported and where they will be taken, citing privacy issues.

Typically, unauthorized immigrants who face deportation are returned to the country where they were living before entering the United States. Itís likely that most of the Chaldeans will be deported to such countries as Australia, New Zealand, Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan, known to provide safe haven to Iraqi refugees.

A group of 27 Iraqi Christians ó also known as Chaldeans ó has been detained in Otay for about six months as their immigration cases proceed, according to local activists and family members.

The Chaldeans were detained by immigration authorities after they attempted to cross the U.S. border through the San Ysidro Port of Entry without documentation several months ago.

Thousands of Chaldeans have fled Iraq in recent years, escaping persecution in the Middle East at the hands of the Islamic State terrorist group, also known as ISIS.
Lundon Attisha, spokesman for the Neighborhood Market Association, said he and other Chaldean leaders were advised by the attorneys representing the detainees not to comment on the issue.
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I mentioned earlier that here in our tiny town , 2 churches have sponsored 'christian refugees'
one iraqi family got set up in a house and the husband and wife got jobs at the local eatery.
after a month, the wife got mad because she couldnt understand how to use the washing machine.
she quit and the husband did too.
on a local facebook buy/sell board I asked if the church was sponsoring
(paying all expenses) or if the refugees were just pict up at the airport and driven to the welfare office.
I was branded a hater, and racist.
I tried to explain that I was just wanting to clarify if our gov was spending 'my' $$ on these folks, or if the church was using its own money.
the thread ended up getting deleted by the admin of the board.
I have no problem importing christians away from war torn areas and areas of persecution, in fact I applaud it, but if a church group wants to sponsor, then it is the church group that should be paying to get these folks settled in and set up.
If locals want to donate to help, thats fine..
and I also have no prob with the gov footing the entire bill.. but the new arrivals should not be getting any more than canadians who spent their entire lives 'contributing' to the system, only to be told by politicians that if you want cpp at the end of your working life, you are a leech, and the benefits you CAN draw are watered down and dwindled.
« Last Edit: November 16, 2015, 04:25:11 AM by zeker »
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