The Obama regime has announced a “speeding up” of its program to import as many “Syrian refugees” as possible, despite the recent terrorist attack by nonwhite invaders in Paris having definitively proven the security threat involved.
According to a Reuters report, the US government is “increasing and accelerating” the number of Syrian refugees who will be granted quick access to America, by opening new screening outposts in Iraq and Lebanon.
Obama promised in September that he would sign an executive order authorizing entry for an additional 10,000 “refugees” to enter the US.
According to a US State Department spokesman, a “refugee settlement” processing center will be built in Erbil, Iraq. In addition, the Reuters report said, the State Department will “resume refugee processing in Lebanon” in early 2016.
In 2014, the processing center in Lebanon was closed because it was deemed too dangerous for department officials to be stationed there.
The decision to reopen the Lebanon processing office is puzzling, because only last month the Lebanese government announced that it would no longer accept Syrian refugees “except in special cases.”
The Reuters report went on to quote anonymous White House spokesman as saying they were seeking ways to increase the numbers beyond the 10,000.
“We want to be in a place where we can push out really ambitious goals,” said one of the officials.
The State Department already runs nine “refugee” screening centers worldwide to facilitate the flow into the US. The additional centers will bring to four the number devoted exclusively to importing Middle Easterners into the US.
“Refugees” are resettled in America via something called the United States Refugee Admissions Program (USRAP).
USRAP is a consortium of federal agencies and nine private organizations working together to identify and admit qualified refugees for resettlement into the United States.
The USRAP’s nine privately run official affiliates are:
– The World Church Service (comprised of the United Methodist Church, the United Church of Christ, the Reformed Church in America, Presbyterian Church (USA), the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the Episcopal Church, the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, and the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).
-The Episcopal Migration Ministries, the pro-immigration arm of the Episcopal Church, the United States-based member church of the worldwide Anglican Communion (or Church of England);
– The Ethiopian Community Development Council, based in Alexandria, Virginia.
– The International Rescue Committee, a global aid, nongovernmental organization founded in 1933 at the request of Albert Einstein;
– The Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, the pro-immigration arm of the Lutheran Churches of America;
– The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops;
– The US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants, a Virginia-based organization that is supported by the American Immigration Lawyers Association and which specializes in bringing in “refugees” from Central and South America.
– World Relief, a Baltimore, Maryland organization which is an arm of the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE). The NAE counts as its member churches the following: The Baptist General Conference; the Churches of Christ in Christian Union; the Anglican Mission in the Americas; the Assemblies of God USA; the Brethren in Christ Church; the Christ Community Church; the Christian Reformed Church in North America; the Christian Union; the Church of God (Cleveland); the Church of the Nazarene; the Conservative Congregational Christian Conference; the Conservative Lutheran Association; Converge Worldwide; the Elim Fellowship; the Evangelical Assembly of Presbyterian Churches; the Evangelical Congregational Church; the Evangelical Free Church of America; the Evangelical Friends Church International; the Evangelical Presbyterian Church; the Every Nation Churches; the Fellowship of Evangelical Churches; the Free Methodist Church of North America; the General Association of General Baptists; the Grace Communion International; the Great Commission Churches; the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel; the International Pentecostal Church of Christ; the International Pentecostal Holiness Church; the Mennonite Brethren Churches; the Missionary Church, Inc.; the Open Bible Church; the Presbyterian Church in America; the Primitive Methodist Church USA; the Brethren Church; the Christian and Missionary Alliance; the Evangelical Church; the Salvation Army, National Headquarters; the Vineyard, USA; the Wesleyan Church; the Transformation Ministries; the United Brethren in Christ; and the Evangelical Protestant Church GCEPC.
– The Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, one of the oldest Jewish advocacy organizations in the US, set up originally to aid Jewish immigration into America, but now devoted to bringing Third World immigrants into America—but not, of course, to Israel, which does not allow refugees from anywhere to enter its territory.