Posted by on November 20, 2015 11:58 pm
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Patriot Insight: Phil Williams Show

Show Notes 11/20

Syrian Refugees

There will always be people attempting to come to this country and part of the reason is because we do have values we refer to as American values and a rule of law unlike many other countries around the world. Just look at what is going on in Europe, they have succumb to political correctness and acceptance of everyone and they are simply becoming one giant landmass. Different countries used to have varying cultures and values, yet with the rampant catering to Islamic beliefs to avoid offending them many countries are losing their identity. Just look at the no go zones found found throughout Europe.

On January 11, Emerson said they “exist throughout Europe. . . . They’re places where the governments — like France, Britain, Sweden, Germany — don’t exercise any sovereignty. . . . You basically have zones where sharia courts were set up, where Muslim density is very intense, where the police don’t go in, and where it’s basically a separate country almost, a country within a country.”

Although Emerson, whom I admire for his moral courage and investigative skills, immediately apologized for his “terrible error” of saying that cities such as Birmingham, England, “are totally Muslim where non-Muslims just simply don’t go,” he did not address the larger question of whether no-go zones, in fact, do “exist throughout Europe” and are places where governments “don’t exercise any sovereignty.”

If you ask me what is really at the heart of the matter with regards to the Syrian Refugees is the fact that many liberals hate what America stands for.  They constantly speak about “fundamental transformation” and we are finally getting a true glimpse into what that fundamental transformation includes.  Obama and his cronies are determined to put us on a level playing field with the rest of the world.  No longer is America exceptional, no longer is America the shining beacon on the hill, we are now becoming no better than the countries in Europe being overrun by radical islamic extremists.

What are refugees getting when they come here, who’s paying for it?

These downtrodden refugees, you know the women and children that Obama keeps lecturing us about, even though the videos and pictures we see show predominantly men streaming across the borders into Europe, don’t really appear to be hurting all that bad.  Many have cell phones, nice clothes, and the like.

Let’s get at one of the real reasons these individuals want to come here so badly.  They know damn well what will be offered them once they arrive. Just like the illegal aliens streaming across the border know, these so called refugees know that once they get here they will be place at the front of the line before anyone else waiting for government assistance, namely the Veterans. We have thousands of Veterans waiting for care at VA hospitals, veterans waiting for all types of assistance yet we are concerning ourselves with bringing into the country upwards of 100,000 more people who will simple leech off of the system.  

According to a November 17th Associated Press piece,

Currently 70,000 refugees from around the world are allowed to come to the United States. The U.S. will accept 85,000 people in 2016 and 100,000 in 2017. People fleeing Syria will account for much of the increase, though not all.

Although more than half of U.S. governors have objected to plans to resettle Syrian refugees in the United States, with some declaring that they won’t allow resettlement in their states, the federal government controls resettlement programs. State authorities have no legal authority to bar refugees from moving to their jurisdictions.
Upon arrival in the United States, each refugee is eligible for a $1,975 arrival and placement grant that is managed by one of nine refugee resettlement agencies working with the federal government. At least $1,125 of that grant must be spent on housing, including a bed for each person, basic furniture such as a couch, kitchen items including dishes and silverware, and weather-appropriate clothing. The remainder is used to cover additional costs for the aid agency.

Low-income refugee families with children may be eligible for temporary assistance for needy families, a welfare program in which state rules govern eligibility and the amount of money families receive, for up to five years. Immigrants without children or otherwise not eligible for the temporary assistance program qualify for the refugee cash assistance program run by the federal Office of Refugee Resettlement. Eligibility for that program lasts eight months.

Low-income refugees may be eligible for Medicaid for up to seven years. While immigrants to the U.S. are not generally eligible for Medicaid, refugees invited to move to the U.S. are exempt. Each state determines which refugees meet the eligibility requirements. Those who don’t qualify for Medicaid can receive refugee medical assistance for up to eight months.
Refugees must register with the Social Security Administration after arrival and are almost immediately eligible for a work permit. Social services, including job placement programs, are available to refugees for up to five years.
Low-income refugees may also be eligible for food-assistance programs.

Cloward Piven overwhelming the system

According to Wikipedia,

The Cloward–Piven strategy is a political strategy outlined in 1966 by American sociologists and political activists Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven that called for overloading the U.S. public welfare system in order to precipitate a crisis that would lead to a replacement of the welfare system with a national system of “a guaranteed annual income and thus an end to poverty”

The ultimate objective of this strategy—to wipe out poverty by establishing a guaranteed annual income—will be questioned by some. Because the ideal of individual social and economic mobility has deep roots, even activists seem reluctant to call for national programs to eliminate poverty by the outright redistribution of income.

“Conservative Republicans are always ready to declaim the evils of public welfare, and they would probably be the first to raise a hue and cry. But deeper and politically more telling conflicts would take place within the Democratic coalition…Whites – both working class ethnic groups and many in the middle class – would be aroused against the ghetto poor, while liberal groups, which until recently have been comforted by the notion that the poor are few… would probably support the movement. Group conflict, spelling political crisis for the local party apparatus, would thus become acute as welfare rolls mounted and the strains on local budgets became more severe.

One would literally have to be blind to not see this coming at this point.  The liberal elite are getting fed up with you and me as we wise up to what is going on and they must do whatever they can to silence us, even if it means to manufacture a crisis.  Just think of what they would do with the perfectly implemented manufactured crisis.  Not only could they take over the economy, they could implement martial law, restrict movement of people about the country, and practically run our lives on a day to day basis.

-Young Conservative

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