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posted on Jul, 17 2014 @ 01:49 AM
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Another strange anomaly shows people granted "Refugee" status in the fiscal year 2013 (Oct 1, 2012 thru Sept 30, 2013) was a big *Zero* for guess where?

Yup. Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico.

But all we hear about is refugees refugees refugees.

Exactly what happened after last Oct 1st ?

There wasn't all that much on the news.

Strange coincidences.

Nothing much listed from the State Department for Oct 2013 thru June 2014.

In contrast, the State Department has many admissions from African nations like Somalia at 7608, Sudan 2160, The Congo 2563.

Hardly a whisper about that a year ago either.

What is the Agenda with all this ?



According to refugee data from the U.S. Department of State, the federal government did not grant refugee protection to a single person from Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador or Mexico in fiscal year 2013.

Now, almost all of the unaccompanied children illegally crossing into the U.S. from Mexico are coming from those nations, and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and other congressional Democrats have described these illegal aliens as “refugees.”

In the seven fiscal years from 2007 through 2013, a mere five Guatemalans and 25 Hondurans were granted refugee status in the United States. During that time, zero citizens of El Salvador or Mexico were granted refugee status despite increased violence in those countries in recent years.



0: Total Refugees Admitted from Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico in FY13

FY13 Refugee Admissions Statistics

Refugee Arrivals by Country Location Oct 1, 2013 thru June 30, 2014


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posted on Jul, 17 2014 @ 02:40 AM
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a reply to: xuenchen

Obvious? Right..? The hard drives have been lost, ahem, destroyed.

Bla bla bla, official narrative, bla bla bla..

When will there be any recourse for our "public servants"?

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posted on Jul, 17 2014 @ 03:40 AM
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a reply to: xuenchen Yep, refugee crises are something that happen in other parts of world, not right here. So the zero refugees. Latinos from Cuba? Sure they're fleeing communism. From Somalia? Sure, they're fleeing Al Qaeda. But from central America? Why thats an area not aligned with Putin or the middle east. We pay them no heed. What, hundreds of thousands of them seeking asylum? Quick, everybody look at the middle east and Ukraine! Nothing to see here!

I've heard people here say that this whole thing is a ploy by the PTB, but I think the PTB would rather we all look away, and not look at the messed up situation in our own back yard.



posted on Jul, 17 2014 @ 05:17 AM
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originally posted by: rockintitz
a reply to: xuenchen

Obvious? Right..? The hard drives have been lost, ahem, destroyed.

Bla bla bla, official narrative, bla bla bla..

When will there be any recourse for our "public servants"?



Don't forget the back-up of the back-up needs to be destroyed.....I mean lost as well.



posted on Jul, 17 2014 @ 10:05 AM
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a reply to: xuenchen

By calling them "Refugees" it puts this manufactured fiasco into the hands of the UN's laws! As most of us already know, Obama has a habit of trying to circumvent our Constitution and Sovereignty by using the UN.

Anyhow, here is an interesting find from the " Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees ".


21.
In most refugee situations, protection space is not static, but expands and contracts periodically according to changes in the political, economic, social and security environments. This process cannot be measured with any degree of scientific precision, but can be assessed in a qualitative manner on the basis of certain indicators. These include the extent to which refugees:

are threatened (or not) by refoulement, eviction, arbitrary detention, deportation, harassment or extortion by the security services and other actors;

enjoy freedom of movement and association and expression, and protection of their family unity;


have access to livelihoods and the labour market and are protected from exploitative treatment by employers, landlords and traders;

enjoy adequate shelter and living conditions;

are able to gain legal and secure residency rights and are provided with documentation;

have access to public and private services such as healthcare and education;

enjoy harmonious relationships with the host population, other refugees and migrant communities; and,

are able to benefit from the solutions of voluntary repatriation, local integration and resettlement.


Source

So as you can see what might seemed like a good thing to protect refugees, has been perverted into not only a way for our current POTUS to thumb his nose at our "current" immigration laws" but also, IMO a legal "by globalist standards" way to implement Cloward and Piven and cover his sorry ass from any form of prosecution for willfully violating our laws.

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posted on Jul, 17 2014 @ 10:21 AM
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originally posted by: tridentblue
a reply to: xuenchen Yep, refugee crises are something that happen in other parts of world, not right here. So the zero refugees. Latinos from Cuba? Sure they're fleeing communism. From Somalia? Sure, they're fleeing Al Qaeda. But from central America? Why thats an area not aligned with Putin or the middle east. We pay them no heed. What, hundreds of thousands of them seeking asylum? Quick, everybody look at the middle east and Ukraine! Nothing to see here!

I've heard people here say that this whole thing is a ploy by the PTB, but I think the PTB would rather we all look away, and not look at the messed up situation in our own back yard.
If Putin isn't aligned with Latin America why is he going there after he leaves Cuba?
It sounds like a variation of the movie Red Dawn.
Either that or Putin is going to pay the coyotes to move some troops for him.
Meanwhile Obozo and company still say the border is secure.



posted on Jul, 17 2014 @ 10:47 AM
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There must be a really long waiting list...

Next!

Thank you for taking the shoe leather express towards a better Democracy. I hope we had provided enough food and shelter kiosks along your journey. Your new last name in Baloney. You will be screened and given adequate medical treatment as well as an all expense paid trip to the location of your choosing! Oh by the way, vote Democrat!

Next!

If its a better Democracy they're looking for, then they found it. It's better at making the slave feel so free. It's better at stealing and making us feel fat. It's better at promising opportunity and then rewarding those who don't deserve it. We in America are just bank accounts for the foreign policy empire. Every country we try and help build, we put keystones in the whole government and economic structure. Then we play them like a game of Jenga, pulling out as many pieces as we can until it's almost ready to fall. Create a civil war and that country will remove the last few pieces holding it together itself. We move in and clean up the mess.

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posted on Jul, 17 2014 @ 10:48 AM
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They are NOT refugee's.

The current administration, and it's pundits are just calling them that.

Funny how no one in the media has flown any people down south to show us just exactly what they are 'escaping' from.

They usually jump at the chance of 'If it bleeds. It leads'.



posted on Jul, 17 2014 @ 10:58 AM
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a reply to: xuenchen

If something nefarious wasn't going on, it wouldn't be so hard to get information, and what little information we are allowed to have seems to not be based on actual facts.
I am most curious as to the true reasons for the sudden influx, along with the red carpet treatment. My gut tells me this may be the most monumental event since 911 as far as changing the way Americans live.
I really appreciate your skills of ferreting out information, xuenchen!

(Maybe it's time to stop referring to TPTB as 'the government' and start calling them 'The Borg'.

We will be assimilated....



posted on Jul, 17 2014 @ 10:59 AM
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Couldn't think of a better way to create a secret group who's personnel are not on records can you?
Maybe Dulce needs more raw material.





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