DAILYKENN.com -- Six so-called 'refugees' have sued for better schools.
The students — hailing from Somalia, Sudan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Myanmar — didn't find the schools they deserve.
They say they were dumped into a school suited for underachieving students.
Six refugees are suing a Pennsylvania school district, claiming they were dumped in a disciplinary school and are being denied access to a quality education.
The students, who range in age from 17 to 21, are from Somalia, Sudan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Burma.
They had hoped to enter McCaskey High School in Lancaster, Pa., but were sent to Phoenix Academy, an alternative high school for “underachieving” students in the district.
So what do we take away from this?
First, the students all come from countries with low average IQs. Somalis, for example, have an average IQ of 68; two points below the threshold for retardation.
Second, their expectation for entitlement exempts them from the "nation of immigrants" that America once was. The migrants who built America did not come to better themselves though entitlements, but to better themselves through individual efforts.
Third, globalists are allowing millions of low-intellect, non-Western migrants to bypass normal immigration processes by tagging them as asylum-seeking refugees. Once in Western nations, few have plans to assimilate or to leave.
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