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I couldn't believe my eyes when i read an article in today's news....

i'm still dumbfounded. . $1900 per refugee? times that by 4 (mother father two children) and they take home MORE than i do.. you know why? because i have to pay for medical and dental and my retirement.. and then i have to pay for these people that last year were probably pissing and spitting on the american flag and cheered when the towers fell.. but we bring them here and give them $7600 per month.... this is outrageous and i will be contacting my congressman when i'm done posting here.

THIS IS WHY EVERYONE I KNOW INCLUDING MYSELF WILL VOTE FOR TRUMP REGARDLESS OF WHAT PARTY HE REPRESENTS.

WE BORROW MONEY FROM CHINA TO GIVE IT TO COUNTRIES THAT HATE US AND NOW WE BRING THE PEOPLE HERE AND PAY FOR THEM?

no wonder this country is on the decline.. 2017 cannot get her quick enough.

i can't wait to read about how some of the "refugees" carry out a terror attack.. at that moment i will begin the petition to replace every single politician everywhere that supports this philosophy past present and future....

The Record today tells the harrowing story of a Syrian refugee family that has resettled in Jersey City.

The young family dodged bullets and bombs in Syria, made their way to Jordan, and arrived in Jersey City in June.

"My family and I did not have the basics of life. We had lost everything," Hussam Alroustom, the patriarch of the family told The Record through an interpreter. "For me to come to the United States, I was willing because there was nothing for me to lose."

Alroutom lived in Homs, a city in west central Syria, with his wife, Sahu Shabban, his autistic 7-year-old son, Wesam, and his 3-year-old daughter, Maaesa. The city became a hotbed for anti-government demonstrations. And when Syrian's president, Bashar al-Assad, struck back, the city descended into civil war.

Rebel areas in the town were bombed. A bullet just missed striking Wesam. Another time the bombing was so heavy, Wesam fell and struck his head, family members said.

With nothing to lose, Alroustom paid smugglers to drive him and his family to border of Jordan. And in April, 2013, they hiked across a deep desert terrain, The Record reports.

In Jordan, Alroustom found work as a welder. But refugees are not allowed to work in Jordan and when he was found out, he and his family were transported to a camp. At the camp, the United Nations refugee agency identified the family as good candidates for resettlement.

Four families, including Alroustom's, have been brought to Jersey City in recent months with the help of an affiliate of Church World Services, The Record reports.

The families received housing furnishings, food assistance and other aid. The government provides $1,900 per refugee for expenses.

Alroustom's family has settled into a second floor apartment and he is now working for a moving company.

The goal is to move the resettled families to self-sufficiency with 90 days, a Church World Services official told The Record. Most - 82 percent - find work within the first three months, the official said.

As of Sept. 8, the United States has taken in 1,554 Syrian refugees, with an additional 300 to be allowed in this month, The Record reports. On Thursday, the Obama administration announced plans to take in 10,000 more.

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I'd love to see what the ********s survived on in their own ******** countries.

Hey, a free lifestyle upgrade courtesy of the gullible white man? Why WOULDN'T they flood the civilized nations of Europe and the USA??!!!

RIP Europa. Last rites req'd for the USA.

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I couldn't believe my eyes when i read an article in today's news....

i'm still dumbfounded. . $1900 per refugee? times that by 4 (mother father two children) and they take home MORE than i do.. you know why? because i have to pay for medical and dental and my retirement.. and then i have to pay for these people that last year were probably pissing and spitting on the american flag and cheered when the towers fell.. but we bring them here and give them $7600 per month.... this is outrageous and i will be contacting my congressman when i'm done posting here.

THIS IS WHY EVERYONE I KNOW INCLUDING MYSELF WILL VOTE FOR TRUMP REGARDLESS OF WHAT PARTY HE REPRESENTS.

WE BORROW MONEY FROM CHINA TO GIVE IT TO COUNTRIES THAT HATE US AND NOW WE BRING THE PEOPLE HERE AND PAY FOR THEM?

no wonder this country is on the decline.. 2017 cannot get her quick enough.

i can't wait to read about how some of the "refugees" carry out a terror attack.. at that moment i will begin the petition to replace every single politician everywhere that supports this philosophy past present and future....
Sadly the Coco Jesus has turned hard working legal citizens into modern day slaves for able bodied foreigners.
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WTF I'm a NJ resident. I'll be going on record with my elected officials. My tax dollars shouldn't be going to any damn refugees. It's bad enough I have to support my fellow Americans whom are just too lazy to work.

Enough already!!!!!!!!!
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OK, first, where does it say they get $1900/month? Second, where is the money coming from? If it's from the church, so be it. Don't go to that church if you are offended.

Personally, I don't consider people "refugees" once they cross more than one border by their own choosing. Any neighboring state is supposed to accept refugees and we all know who pays the most of any international crisis.
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none of you heard about the 10.000 refugees Obama is giving asylum?
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OK, first, where does it say they get $1900/month? Second, where is the money coming from? If it's from the church, so be it. Don't go to that church if you are offended.

Personally, I don't consider people "refugees" once they cross more than one border by their own choosing. Any neighboring state is supposed to accept refugees and we all know who pays the most of any international crisis.
It's highlighted in red on the original post. It says .gov is paying $1,900.00 a month!!! All consiquences of Obama and his feckless weak foreign polices .
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none of you heard about the 10.000 refugees Obama is giving asylum?
Sure did and it's in the article as well the OP posted.
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This kind of libbie/commie idiocy definitely helps DT run for office...
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OK, first, where does it say they get $1900/month? Second, where is the money coming from? If it's from the church, so be it. Don't go to that church if you are offended.

Personally, I don't consider people "refugees" once they cross more than one border by their own choosing. Any neighboring state is supposed to accept refugees and we all know who pays the most of any international crisis.
they edited the article.. original article i didn't copy.. i love it.. i wonder if they caught that and pulled the "per month" off. i am checking back to see if it's in my history.

I love it.. look at this:

on September 13, 2015 at 1:04 PM, updated September 13, 2015 at 2:06 PM
now i have to "don" my investigative reporter hat and see if it was HIS error or just saw it was creating havoc and pulled the wording.

what i've found so far.. (also leads me to believe that the author of the article i read then went back later and copied without REREADING that line, screwed up caught it and fixed it.)

note the red highlighted portions.. this was in 2011.

Here I have decided to list some facts on Refugees that were resettled in the good ole USA. You know these thousands upon thousands of refugee implantations comes down to being part of the USA’s diversity program, but if you ever asked any US voter from an all white community You’d probably get a big ‘sure we owe them’ (the guilt trip thing) and you would probably get a ‘big no’ from white communities that already experienced the pain of multiracialism and multiculturalism. Most of the violent crime rates, rapes and murders are committed by blacks, so why would such a dam fool want more of them here? This is a blatant government that does what it pleases. It doesn’t represent the majority of whites.


1. From 1992-2001, 77% of refugees who were resettled permanently in industrialized countries came to the U.S. (UNHCR, Refugees Vol 4, Num 129, Jan 2002) In Fiscal Year 2009 the U.S. resettled almost three times as many refugees as all the rest of the countries in the industrialized world combined. In FY 2010 the U.S. will take in 80,000 refugees plus at least 45,000 asylum seekers and so-called “Cuban-Haitian Entrants” – all with the same rights and entitlements as refugees. See item 19 for a definition of refugee terms.
2. Until 9/11 the U.S. took in about 100,000 refugees annually plus a large numbers of asylum seekers. When the 1980 refugee act was passed, sponsors promised 50,000 refugees per year and 5,000 asylum seekers per year. The Obama administration is committed to increasing the refugee quota, as was the Bush administration. Much of the political elite on both sides of the aisle and business groups such as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce want higher refugee admission numbers. (We maintain this is the case because they don’t really understand how the program has evolved.) And what ordinary European Citizen has to say about this; especially the homeless ones?


3. In recent years up to 95% of the refugees coming to the U.S. were referred by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) or were the relatives of UN-picked refugees. Until the late 90’s the U.S. picked the large majority of refugees for resettlement in the U.S.Considering that the refugee influx causes increases in all legal and illegal immigration as family and social networks are established in the U.S., the U.N. is effectively dictating much of U.S. immigration policy. (Yeah, the UN dictating much of the US immigration policy as much as they do to Europe. All white countries are to be flooded by refugees, immigrants, illegal immigrants and asylum seekers imposed by the UN Clan of dictators.
 


4. The focus of the refugee program has shifted from those fleeing our cold war adversaries to more diverse populations from Africa, South East Asia and the Middle East.


5. The leading refugee source countries for the U.S. program in recent years are, in order of admission numbers, Iraq, Burma, Bhutan, Iran and Somalia. The program has gradually shifted towards the resettlement of refugees from Muslim countries. Some individuals from Muslim countries are Christians or other minorities, but most are Muslims. In the early 90’s the percentage of Muslim refugees was near 0; by 2000 the program was 44% Muslim. The Muslim component decreased after 911, but today is back up to at least 40% and is set to rise from here. Today, even professed membership in a U.S.-registered Islamic terrorist group is not a bar to entry on the program as long as the refugee was not a “direct participant” in “terrorist” activity. (Yes, they let in the good terrorists, too.)


6. Refugees, successful asylum seekers, trafficking victim visa holders, “Cuban-Haitian Entrants” (which are mostly Cuban) and other smaller humanitarian admission groups are eligible for ALL federal, state and local welfare programs 30 days after arrival.
Refugee access to welfare on the same basis as a U.S. citizen has made the program a global magnet.

And can you imagine if every white American knew about this programs that gives these asylum seeker and others a nice little grave train of Fed and state welfare aid. Here is the list of goodies that get while my starving brothers on the streets and my fellow whites being called a racist for speaking out against such filth.

The federal programs available to them include:
∙ Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) formerly known as AFDC
∙ Medicaid
∙ Food Stamps
∙ Public Housing
∙ Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
∙ Social Security Disability Insurance
∙ Administration on Developmental Disabilities (ADD) (direct services only)
∙ Child Care and Development Fund
∙ Independent Living Program
∙ Job Opportunities for Low Income Individuals (JOLI)
∙ Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
∙ Postsecondary Education Loans and Grants
∙ Refugee Assistance Programs
∙ Title IV Foster Care and Adoption Assistance Payments (if parents are ⌠qualified immigrants – refugees, asylees, ect)
∙ Title XX Social Services Block Grant Funds


Oh boy, we got whole world just blowing our asses. This government doesn’t represent Americans as good as non-white Americans.




7. Welfare use is staggering among refugees. Welfare usage is never counted by officials as part of the cost of the program. Yet when it is included, the total cost of the refugee program soars to at least 10 billion a year. See item 23 below for more detail and links to government reports on welfare usage.

8. As some Americans are pushed off of time-limited welfare programs many refugees are going on to life-time cash assistance programs. For instance 15.3% of refugees are on SSI – a lifetime entitlement to a monthly check / Medicaid for elderly or disabled. This rate of usage is at least 5 times higher than the rate of usage for SSI among the native-born population.
Permanent and intergenerational welfare dependence has been allowed to take hold to a significant degree in the refugee population.

 
9. Not in My Back Yard. Senator Sam Brownback harshly rejected the resettlement of Somali Bantu in his own state yet he is a major advocate of increased refugee and asylum seeker immigration to the U.S.

10. Medium size towns, such as Nashville,TN, Ft. Wayne, IN, Boise, ID and Manchester, NH, are serving as the main reception centers for the refugee program.

11. Refugees receive waivers for diseases, such as HIV, that would otherwise be cause for a bar to entry. Refugees are a major contributing factor to TB rates among the foreign-born. TB among the foreign-born now accounts for about half of the TB in America.

12. The money the U.S. spends bringing one refugee to the U.S. could have helped 500 individuals overseas in countries where they currently reside. (more practical, but not for diversity trash, I guess)

13. It has never been reported in the U.S. that 47% of loans made to refugees for transportation to the U.S. are unpaid leaving a balance of 450 million. Include interest on some of these unpaid loans and the unpaid amount is well over a billion!

14. Refugee resettlement is profitable to the organizations involved in it. They receive money from the federal government for each refugee they bring over. They have almost no real responsibilities for these refugees. After 4 months the “sponsoring” organization is not even required to know where the refugee lives. (Oh boy, Let’s take up arms!)

15. The groups that resettle refugees are referred to in the media as “charities” or “non-profits” or “humanitarian organizations”. They are actually federal contractors and get the vast majority of their resources from the U.S. taxpayer. There are now at least 350 non-governmental organizations resettling refugees. They are all dependent on taxpayer funding. Increasingly these groups are made up of refugees and have as part of their agenda increasing the refugee quota, passing hate-crime legislation, increasing the size of welfare benefits, raising overall immigration numbers, etc. (Wow! If only the average American knew about this crap!)

16. Despite their rhetoric, refugee agencies have steadfastly refused to use their own resources to maintain the U.S. refugee resettlement program. Public money has thoroughly driven out private money. A program known as the Private Sector Initiative allowed sponsoring agencies to bring over refugees if the agencies were willing to cover costs of resettlement and support. It was discontinued for lack of use in the mid-1990s. Today the agencies are on record as opposed to diverting more federal refugee dollars to overseas refugee assistance (where each dollar will go further in helping refugees) because it might mean fewer dollars for them!
As with other government-dependent industries there is a revolving door between the refugee industry and the federal government which pays its bills.

17. Refugee resettlement organizations (known as Volags from “Voluntary Agency”) are paid well for their work by the tax payer. There are 10 main Volags with approximately 350 affiliated organizations throughout the country; many are run by former refugees. Below are some of the sources of income for Volags:
a. The Volags receives $1900 per refugee (including children) from the State Department, half of which they must show went to the refugees.
b. The Volag receives up to $2,200 for each refugee by participating in a U.S. DHHS program known as Matching Grant. To get the $2,200, the Volag need only show it spent $200 and gave away $800 worth of donated clothes, furniture or cars.
c. The Volag pockets 25% of every transportation loan it collects from refugees it “sponsors”.
d. All Volag expenses and overhead in the Washington, DC HQ are paid by the U.S. government.
e. For their refugee programs, Volags collect money from all federal grant programs – “Marriage Initiative”, “Faith-based”, “Ownership Society”, etc., as well as from various state and local grants.


18. The refugee program is totally immune from honest press coverage.(sneaky ******) Media reporting on refugees is filled with blatant factual errors and grossly understates the true cost of the refugee program. The program is so lucrative that the Catholic Church has dropped traditional charity works to put more effort into resettlement. It uses collection offerings to promote the refugee resettlement program.

19. Definition: refugee, asylum seeker. A refugee is a person, by legal definition, who has fled his or her country of origin because of a “well-founded fear of persecution based on membership in a political, racial, ethnic, religious or social group”. It generally means the person is unable to return home because of this persecution.
An asylum seeker is a person who merely shows up in the U.S. – having overstayed a temporary visa or having crossed the border illegally, claiming persecution in the home country on the same five grounds mentioned earlier. The 1980 refugee act anticipated about 50,000 refugees per year and about 5,000 asylum grants per year.
The most common method of obtaining asylum seeker status is to come over on a tourist visa and then link up with an immigration consultant or refugee agency like Catholic Charities for help in filling out the paper work and help in learning what to say in the asylum interview with U.S. officials. Once you have asylum you are eligible for all welfare. Famous asylum seekers have included the planner of the ’93 WTC attack and John Lee Malvo’s mother as well as war criminals from the Balkans, Africa, the Caribbean and Central America.

20. The definition of a refugee has been widely stretched by all 3 branches of the government – the Judiciary, the Congress and the Administration. Though we have a definition (well-founded fear of persecution based on political, racial, ethnic, religion, social group membership) basically Congress can name whatever group it wants to be a refugee. For instance Congress passed a law declaring China’s one-child policy to be an example of persecution based upon a political view. Not surprising: China now heads up the list of successful asylum seekers. People may seek asylum in the U.S. based upon domestic abuse, FGM and even lack of services for the disabled.

21. To give an idea of the staying power of the refugee program:
When we began taking Southeast Asian refugees in the late 70’s, the refugee agencies hired temporary workers, thinking the program would only go for a few months. More than 35 years after the last American left Vietnam we are still taking refugees from South East Asia. At least 1.5 million have come in as refugees alone. As well, it has detonated chain migration of non-refugee immigrants.

22. The program is rife with fraud and corruption at all levels. UN personnel often sell access to the program and once here refugees make false claims of family relationship in order to facilitate wider immigration. Government grant fraud is common among local refugee service providers.

23. Public Assistance utilization. Latest data available is from 2007.
See report http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/orr/...007_report.pdf.

Find table TABLE II-14: Public Assistance Utilization Among refugees who arrived during the 5 years previous to the survey 51% are on government medical assistance such as Medicaid, 25% have no health insurance at all, 49% are receiving food stamps, 25% are in public housing. The rates of welfare dependence are much higher today (in 2010) than they were in this report from 2007. Also, the survey method used to determine welfare dependence may under additional percentage is on a public housing waiting list, and 32 % are getting cash assistance such as TANF or SSI.

24. The refugee program has a significant impact on U.S. foreign policy. It also affects internal and foreign policies of other nations by allowing them to rid themselves of unwanted minorities or close their borders to asylum seekers in the knowledge that the U.S. will take them in.

Contact information:
Asst. Sec. of State, Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration, Eric P. Schwartz [email protected]
Domestic Resettlement Section Chief, PRM, Dept. of State, Barbara Day [email protected] 202-663-1052
Director Office of Admissions, US State Department, Terry Rusch [email protected]
Health and Human Services, Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) Director Eskinder Negash

The UN is not a government entity and its charters and mandates can only be enforced if governments kowtow to it. The majority of its voices are from the Third world; yet it is funding almost entirely by the developed countries. The UN is a tool being exploited by a elite of Globalists striving to tear down national boundaries and sovereignty. It would be nice if American and Japan as well as other wealthy countries decided to let the arrears go unnoticed. Clearly, the US has become an open country that gives benefits to whomever it choses.


The link below will give you an update on the vast money making scheme of the refugee resettlement programs. Please check it out, and you would be surprised at what is going on. Refugee Resettlement Watch



How do programs preserve and enhance the integrity of our culture and economy? Will these jerks ever prove it? Check out this link and bring your vomit bag.

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It's highlighted in red on the original post. It says .gov is paying $1,900.00 a month!!! All consiquences of Obama and his feckless weak foreign polices .
No, it say's $1900. Not per month. And the funds come from organizations that raise funds thru government grants, which makes them even harder to track. My point is, the article purposely tries to make it sound like the refugees are getting direct govt welfare. That's not entirely true. It may be semantics in some cases but it's still an attempt of both sides trying to hide their agenda.

I could make the same argument that the govt is helping supply old rich white guys with Corvettes. If you take a tax deduction and buy a Corvette, you're guilty.

Don't misunderstand my questioning as not being bothered by the take down of our culture by people who dislike/hate us. I just don't like misinformation from either side. The only refugees we should be taking should only be directly from neighboring states, not overseas.
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It's highlighted in red on the original post. It says .gov is paying $1,900.00 a month!!! All consiquences of Obama and his feckless weak foreign polices .
"Reading" is fundamental.............
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It's not just the Somalis and now Syrians. Where I live we have about 30,000 Ukrainian and Russian "refugees". They came 20 years ago, and are still trickling in and I'm sure many are working, but from what I've seen the vast majority are still milking their "refugee" status and getting tons of taxpayer money. I see them all the time. 20 year old kids driving expensive European cars I could only dream about when I was that age and it's not because they are banging out overtime somewhere....most of them still do not speak very good English. On the upside they have built Baptist and Pentecost churches and not mosques.
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I said it a week ago it would have been cheaper to destroy Isis then create a refugee problem that is going to help spread Islam
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The working class in this country get sick and get no assistance. What kind of **** is this?
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$1900 a month??



That's more than I get monthly, in SS, after working in this country, for over 40 years!!
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That's more than I get monthly, in SS, after working in this country, for over 40 years!!
Sorry brother.
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This was discussed on the last Cashin in. I don't understand how Jonathan Hoenig, who is a capitalist and who wants to wipe out ISIS with the military, also doesn't want a wall built on the boarder and is fine with these refugees coming to our country...
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Link....

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/2...fugee_fam.html

If there is still debate, the piece says 1900, not 1900/mo.
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