Missoula County in Montana has received its first refugees from the Congo—even though they have been living in a safe third country for more than a decade, and therefore do not qualify as asylum seekers under all international laws.
The Obama regime has undertaken to bring in at least 50,000 such Congolese “refugees” in the next two years.
According to local media, the first Congo family arrived in Missoula, Montana, this week, marking what they said was the “beginning of the re-opened International Rescue Committee (IRC) office efforts to make Missoula home to over 100 refugees over the next year.”
According to the Missoula IRC office director, Molly Short-Carr, the Congolese are “doing well and just beginning to figure out how to use household appliances like their stove.”
The bogus nature of their claim to asylum is then revealed by the fact that they have been living peacefully in other countries in Africa at least since 2005—that is, more than a decade ago.
Earlier, Short-Carr admitted to the media that “many” of the Congolese “refugees” had “fled a regional war in the late 1990s and early 2000s, and have been living in refugee camps like these in Rwanda, Uganda, and Tanzania,” and that “Congolese refugees would have had to leave the country before 2005 to qualify for refugee status.”
In other words, the organizers of this particular nonwhite invasion openly admit that the Africans they are importing must have been living elsewhere for more than a decade to even qualify.
Another local media story revealed that the next wave of Congolese “refugees” will include at least 100 children who will be entering the local public school system this fall.
According to a March 2016 US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report titled “Congolese Refugee Health Profile,” data shows that 70 percent of Congolese over 18 years of age reported not having a high school diploma or higher level of education.”
Furthermore, the report said, a “typical Congolese household” has a fertility rate of 5 children born per Congolese woman.
From 2008–2013, the report continues, “approximately 11,000 Congolese refugees arrived in the United States from 36 countries.” Most (55 percent) Congolese “refugees” who resettled in the United States during this period were young adults aged 15–44 years and 40 percent were children under 15 years old.
“Because of the long history of violence in DRC and the recent escalation of conflict in the Kivu region, durable solutions such as repatriation do not appear likely for Congolese refugees anytime in the near future,” the report added.
Finally, in 2012, the “US Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM) announced a new initiative to resettle approximately 50,000 Congolese refugees in the United States over the next 5 years (2013–2018).”
According to official reports, the average IQ in the Congo is 78. On the Stanford-Binet IQ testing scale (Stanford–Binet Fifth Edition, SB5, classification), an IQ of between 70 and 79 is officially classed as “Borderline impaired or delayed.”
* The IRC is an “independent” organization which originated in a group set up by the German Communist party in the 1930s to help their Jewish activists escape Nazi Germany. The current IRC president is the Jew David Miliband, whose father, a well-known Marxist ideologue, fled to England from Belgium in 1940.