Screening the Refugees


Circumventing Congress and with no viable way of screening refugees, John Kerry announced Sunday that the U.S. will take about 200,000 refugees, many Syrians, within the next two fiscal years beginning next month. It’s an increase of 45,000 over the next two years. We have been informed by both the FBI, Rep. Michael McCaul, chair of the Homeland Security, and others in intelligence services and Homeland Security that the refugees cannot be screened properly.

In fact, our current screening is somewhat questionable.

We allow expedited passage of Saudis through security. They were granted “trusted traveler” status in March, 2013.

The United Nations Refugee Agency reported that about 70% of the people fleeing Syria are men. Many wonder where their families are. Refugees run in the fields, after crossing by foor the border between Hungary and Serbia. Once in Hungary, people are afraid to follow the way that will take them to reception camps, and get their fingerprints taken, so after crossing the border they run into fields trying to avoid being catched by police forces, and try to find other ways to reach their final destinations in a European country. Hungary, Francesca Volpi, 11th September 2015. Then there are the fraudulent IDs which can’t be checked easily if at all. News carried in a report by the German Tagespiegel newspaper revealed that 10,000 fake Syrian passports were seized by police in Bulgaria, on their way to Germany. Jihad Watch recently reported that the Lebanese Education Minister said that there were 20,000 jihadis among the refugees in camps in his country.     Syria Iraq refugees That doesn’t mean they are all jihadis. Many are economic refugees who are fleeing for “economic reasons” according to The Daily Mail which reported that 4 out of 5 refugees who arrived in Europe are not from Syria. “This exposes the lie peddled in some quarters that vast numbers of those reaching Europe are from Syria,” said David Davies, Tory MP for Monmouth. “Most people who are escaping the war will go to camps in Lebanon or Jordan.”   Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee Chuck Grassley is asking Secretary of State John Kerry not only how the government plans to screen new refugees, but how limited resources will be able to handle an overall increase. He’s also expressing concerns about the administration going around Congress to bring in more refugees than approved through statute. Grassley issued a letter to Kerry as a follow up to testimony the Secretary gave on Capitol Hill last week about the ongoing refugee crisis in the Middle East and Europe.   It is a horrendous and heartbreaking situation. On an emotional level, it is easier to take them in than it is to not. From a national security standpoint, it is high risk. It doesn’t matter what anyone thinks, the administration will do what they want. italy-immigration-1 A father break down when reacihng the Hungarian border, after walking his way with his family from Serbia. Hungary, Francesca Volpi, 13th September 2015. A familiy of refugees from Syria, walk the path to cross into Hungary coming from Serbia. Refugees come from Greece, Macedonia, Serbia and finally Hungary, walking from manu kilometers and sometimes with trains and buses. Hunfary, Francesca Volpi, 11th September 2015. refugees refugee Refugees from Syria, hide in the fields and proceed carefully hiding in the cornfields to avoid being catched by the local authorities, that would get their fingerprints, identify them and keep them in camps, until their asylum request will be accepted. Refugees try to find other ways to reach their final destination in a european country. Hungary, Francesca Volpi, 11th September 2015.

Reports indicate that Syrian men are fleeing while Kurdish women stay to fight.

Syrian men fleeing ISISflooding into Austria

Hungary Migrants

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Bennie Daniel
Bennie Daniel
6 years ago

no they are going to have to be evaluated otherwise they are not permitted in the USA this is something that can not be overlooked and the government very well knows that this is a under handed way to get more radicals in the country and even a child in elementary school can see this this can not go uncontrolled otherwise we will be at point where the present government wants us and that isn’t whats good for the American people what so ever. we have to stand strong on this issue and if we are going to support the refugee crisis then we owe it to ourselves and family to do this as secure as possible we know that if they are fighting a war in those overseas countries then the men that are within the age to fight then they do not need to be fleeing their country they need to defend their country this is only common sense people so do not in any way stand for this another second longer the other countries have showed us their true objective and that should be enough to stand against this potential deadly invasion we are being subjected to .

6 years ago

The sad and realistic truth is that our federal government through its policy of intervention and then hands off attitude has created the problem. Remember when we told the world the only way the Syrian leader could stay in power was to give up his chemical weapons. He did and now we don’t want to honor the deal. Imagine that. Trust the Federal Government?? Ask a Native American or American bison