The Trumpening: State Dept. lifts limit on refugee admissions

(More cheap labor for Big Business and a new life for the CIA’s “moderates” in Syria)

by Olivia Beavers, from the Hill

The State Department quietly lifted its restriction this week on how many refugees are allowed to enter the U.S. despite efforts by the Trump administration to scale back refugee resettlements, The New York Times reported Friday.

Jennifer Smith, a department official, reportedly notified refugee groups of the decision Thursday in an email stating that they could begin bringing refugees to the U.S. “unconstrained by the weekly quotas that were in place.”

Many of the organizations that received the email are private agencies that help guide individuals hoping to enter the country through the two-year U.S. application process.

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CNN Says It’s OK for Business to Hire Nothing But Refugees Because Americans are Junkies

by Scott Creighton

This morning on CNN they did a 20 minute segment about how businesses in Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio and elsewhere are hiring more and more refugees because, as they put it, American job-seekers are addicts.

This is remarkably obtuse propaganda. Even by the segment’s own inflated numbers of job-seekers who flunked pre-employment drug screenings (20% according to Sterling Technologies) they report that 80% of job-seekers passed the drug tests yet when they showed the inside of the manufacturing facility the owner proudly stated 100% of the workers on the floor were Syrian.

Truth is, refugees are cheaper than American workers. Businesses don’t have to pay certain benefits for them and I am sure they get some kind of tax-breaks for hiring refugees. Plus, they will work for less and put up with more.

That’s what explains the 100% refugee staff on that shop floor. It has nothing to do with Americans being junkies.

CNN had also just done a segment where GE’s CEO talked about his opposition to Trump growing more and more vocal. He opposed his travel ban and Trump’s position on the “Global Warming” hoax but mostly, he didn’t like the new president’s position on cheap illegal immigrant labor, though he didn’t put it quite that way.

The CNN interviewer didn’t bother asking the CEO if he had a problem with Trump looking to walk back the build-up of the New Cold War since that would cost GE, a major defense contractor, a lot of money.

But of course, his main problem with Trump was his stance on illegal immigration. i.e. “cheap labor”

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Ninth Circuit Court Upholds Judge James L. Robart’s TRO on Behalf of Big Business and their (near) Slave Labor Importing Scheme

by Scott Creighton

At first it was a “Muslim ban”. Then it was a “travel ban”. But let’s call it what it is… a ban on cheap labor shipped over from destabilized countries made up of refugees the Obama administration has created with their endless Globalist Free Market Wars and his “moderate” terrorists, his CIA company men, that helped destabilize them.

Yesterday, the Ninth Circuit Court in San Fransisco voted 3-0 to usurp national and constitutional law and uphold the Temporary Restraining Order issued by Judge James L. Robart on behalf of the plaintiffs, the states of Washington and Minnesota along with a number of Big Businesses  from those states. Their argument (once you got past the PR bullshit that Microsoft, Amazon and other only cared about keeping some woman from visiting her sister here in the states that just happened to be working at Amazon or some such crap) is that the ban would hurt their business by keeping them from profiting off the cheap labor.

Microsoft, Amazon, and Expedia  have filed a lawsuit basically claiming the Trump executive order is going to hurt their profit margins because the cheap labor provided by the refugees will be unavailable now.” Scott Creighton

“A federal judge in Washington has joined several of his counterparts across the country in ruling against the federal government’s executive order that restricts citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States.

In the suit, which was filed by the State of Washington earlier in the week, officials from Expedia and Amazon filed formal legal declarations saying that their employees are directly affected by the President Donald Trump’s policy. Expedia further explained that its business interests would be negatively impacted if the executive order was allowed to stand.Ars Technica

Both Amazon and Expedia are also preparing statements that demonstrate the order’s negative impact on their business.” CNBC

Judge Robart’s decision did not overturn Trump’s executive order, all it did was issue a temporary ban on the restriction based on Robart’s opinion that there was a possibility of the suit’s success in the future.

What that did was keep the doors open a little longer for Obama’s terrorists to file into the country so they can start their new lives (and new jobs at Microsoft, Amazon, Expedia and Starbucks) after terrorizing places like Syria and Libya, just like the CIA and State Department promised them. Can you say “special immigrant visas”?

On Tuesday, he and other DHS officials announced additional exceptions to the order. Iraqi nationals will now be eligible for entry using Special Immigrant Visas, which are granted to people who worked for or on behalf of the U.S. government in Iraq, officials said.” Elise Folley

The Ninth Circuit ruling is a striking example of judicial reactionary activism gone too far… on behalf of Big Business. Like we haven’t seen that before. Ironically enough, it is being couched in the complicit press as an example of the “liberalism” of the court when nothing could be further from the truth.

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US Troops Seen Wearing Patch of Kurdish YPG Death Squads in Syria (that’s SYRIA… not “Rojava”)

by Scott Creighton (H/T Penny)

Kurds generally consider Rojava to be one of the four parts of a greater Kurdistan, which also includes parts of eastern and southeastern Turkey (Northern Kurdistan), northern Iraq (Southern Kurdistan), and northwestern Iran (Eastern Kurdistan).[20]

Just a quick note:

It’s being reported that some of our Special Operations troops in Syria who are assisting the Kurds in their effort to bust off a piece of the country for their own, are now wearing arm patches of the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG), a group that Amnesty International accused of committing ethnic cleansing campaigns throughout northern Syria.

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Here is a pic of the YPG flag.

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Rudaw, Kurdish publication, reports the news this way:

At least one of the US special forces soldiers advising the Kurdish-led Syrian alliance fighting the Islamic State (ISIS) was photographed wearing the insignia of the Kurdish Protection Units (YPG), which the Pentagon says is common practice under such circumstances. 

“Special operations forces, when they operate in certain areas, do what they can to, if you will, blend in with the community to enhance their own protection, their own security,” explained Pentagon spokesman Peter Cook on Thursday.” Rudaw

What Rudaw wont tell you is this: the YPG are vicious death squads who are actively ethnically cleansing northern Syria making ready their new nation, built by Barack Obama, Greater Kurdistan.

And now apparently we are making our troops wear YPG patches on their arms. Sometimes I’m glad my father didn’t live to see this shit.

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The Alan “Kurdi” Psyop is Back: Seems Like the Weapons of Mass Migration Campaign is Back on the Front Burner

by Scott Creighton

Alan “Kurdi” did not die on a beach in Bodrum, Turkey back in Sept. It was a staged hearts and minds operation designed to garner sympathy for the new Contras, the Kurds, and to help facilitate the popular acceptance of our ongoing weapons of mass migration campaign. “Kurdi” … Kurds…. get it?

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The story is getting a little more play over the Christmas holiday in the UK. They have “Kurdi’s” father, Abdullah Kurdi, doing a spot on Channel 4 tomorrow, saying “I’d like the whole world to open its doors to Syrians,”

A little background: Abdullah “Kurdi” claims he was a refugee from Syria who ended up in Turkey for 2 years bouncing around until he could scrap together enough money to pay the coyotes (human traffickers) to put him and his kids on a boat bound for somewhere else.

Very dramatic, right?

Trouble is, according to at least one couple on that boat, “Kurdi” wasn’t a refugee… he was the coyote (human trafficker) and that he was the one driving the boat at an excessive rate of speed which caused the boat to capsize in the first place. I guess that would explain what he was doing those two years in Turkey.

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The Refugee Crisis: Understanding the Globalist Weapons of Mass Migration Campaign

UPDATE: They are reporting 120 arrests in a clash in Germany when left-leaning people who support welcoming the refugees went up against far-right nationalists who wish to close the borders. This is exactly what the masters of the universe wanted.

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by Scott Creighton (H/T Observer)

from the Huffington Post: Barack Obama posing for photo-op with cute little refugee girl to promote his Weapons of Mass Migration campaign

From the very beginning of the manufactured Refugee Crisis, I have been writing that it was created in an attempt to further destabilize a number of nations across the globe with a particular interest in the remaining semi-socialist European nations.

A reader here, Observer, found a book from 2011 written by Kelly M. Greenhill titled Weapons of Mass Migration: Forced Displacement, Coercion, and Foreign Policy published by Cornell University Press which sheds quite a bit of light on the subject of creating various crises in order to generate a number of refugees who can then be used to destabilize targeted nations in a variety of ways.

It’s important to understand that Ms. Greenhill isn’t simply some university professor researching and writing obscure opinion papers which no one reads. Her credentials are listed on her university webpage and they conclude:

Greenhill currently serves as Research Fellow and Chair of the Conflict, Security and Public Policy Working Group at Harvard Kennedy School of Government’s Belfer Center

Greenhill’s research has been supported by the Social Science Research Council, the MacArthur Foundation, the Mellon Foundation, the Eisenhower Foundation and the Neubauer Foundation. Outside of academia, Greenhill has served as a consultant to the Ford Foundation and to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), as a defense program analyst for the U.S. Department of Defense, and as an economic policy intern in the Office of Senator John F. Kerry. She sits on the editorial boards of Sage Publications as well as the journals Security Studies and the Journal of Global Security Studies. She previously served as Associate Editor of Security Studies.

So Ms. Greenhill is a think-tank research fellow funded by globalist institutions like the Eisenhower, MacArthur and CIA-linked Ford foundation who also served as a program analyst for the Department of Defense.

I would love to know which programs she helped analyze.

Greenhill’s understanding of Weapons of Mass Migration campaigns appears to be second to none as she carefully lays out the programs of coercive engineered migrations and their desired results in her published paper (PDF):

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Al-Jaafari: Terrorism and Israeli occupation among main causes for immigration in Middle East

from SANA News Agency

Syria’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Dr. Bashar al-Jaafari said that the main causes for immigration are terrorism, the Israeli occupation of Arab territories, the military invasion of Iraq, and aggression against the region’s countries like what happened in Libya, foreign interference in states’ internal affairs, and unilateral economic “sanctions,” and depriving people of their countries’ resources.

In a speech at a session held on Friday at the United Nations to discuss the issue of illegal immigrants in the Mediterranean area, particularly Syrian immigrants, al-Jaafari said that immigration needs to be addressed as the global phenomenon it is, and that limiting the discussion to a single geographic areas, or focusing on Syrian refugees alone, implies that there are political motivations behind proposing the issue rather than humanitarian motives.

He said that this phenomenon requires a comprehensive and objective approach, not slandering one state or another, and that the suffering of all refugees from Libya, Iraq, Yemen, Afghanistan, Turkey, and other areas in Asia and Africa must be discussed.

Al-Jaafari noted that Syrians constitute only 20% of the wave of refugees currently moving to Europe via Turkey, as the rest come from African and Asian countries and some acquired fake Syrian passports in Turkey, something proved by Dutch journalist Harald Doornbos who managed to buy such a passport featuring a photo of Dutch President Mark Rutte in Turkey

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