DAILYKENN.com -- U.S. Sec. of State John Kerry has devised a simple remedy to alleviate the "refugee" crisis in Europe: Bring the "refugees" to the United States.
Kerry's solution will solve nothing. "Refugees" (actually, Islamic insurgents) will continue to flood across the Europe's open borders.
Kerry's solution will do nothing more than expand the problem to the United States — at taxpayer expense.
The objective is not to alleviate a refugee crisis in Syria or elsewhere. The objective is to displace Western culture; to erode the superstructure upon which all humanity depends for innumerable life enhancements.
Global Marxism appears to be redistributing global wealth by redistributing populations.
Most Islamic nations have an aggregate IQ of about 85 while most sub-Saharan African nations have an average IQ of about 70. The low averages translate into an economic disparity between Western nations and Third-world countries.
By colonizing Western nations with low-intellect people groups, global Marxism can reduce the economic disparity. The outcome, however, will be a dampening effect on life-enhancing technologies by dulling the edge of Western innovation.
Life quality is subordinate to life equality in the Marxist philosophy. The Marxist agenda will not only redistribute intelligence and wealth, it will also redistribute crime.
Secretary of State John Kerry will announce "significant new contributions to support relief efforts" for Syrian refugees later this week, the White House said on Tuesday, according to the Reuters news agency.
According to the statement, Kerry’s announce will come on Thursday at an international donor conference in London.
In addition to the aid, the United States is planning to resettle Syrian refugees in the country, a plan which caused controversy following the Paris attacks in November, in which one of the terrorists snuck into Europe with a group of Syrian refugees.
24 states announced recently they would block the program to resettle Syrian migrants within their borders due to security concerns, leading to the introduction of a Republican-sponsored bill which would curb the flow of Syrian and Iraqi refugees into the United States in order to prevent terrorists from slipping in.
The passed the House with broad bipartisan support in November, but was recently blocked by Senate Democrats, essentially shelving it for the year.
Obama, who has pushed the Syrian refugee program despite the security concerns, struck out at Republicans in November, accusing them of demonizing "widows and orphans" and of “hysteria” following the Paris attacks. — israelnationalnews.com
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