US Incites War, Causes “Refugees”

The Obama administration has given “immediate temporary amnesty” to over 8,000 “Syrians” currently in America, citing the “ongoing war” in Syria—ignoring the fact that the U.S. support for the “rebels” is one of the single biggest causes of that war.

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According to an announcement by Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson, the Department of Homeland Security has granted a new “temporary amnesty” to more than 8,000 Syrians living in America, saying they can remain for up to 18 months longer no matter what their legal status.

Johnson issued “temporary protected status” (TPS) to the Syrians, saying that if they are currently in the U.S., they can continue to reside there permanently, and apply for work permits and other documents to remain and live in the U.S. without fear of being expelled.

Those eligible for TPS include any Syrian illegal immigrants who have managed to sneak into or remain in the U.S. beyond their visa expirations over the last four years.

His order applies to some 5,800 Syrians who were granted status under the original 2012 TPS program, and 2,500 new arrivals who do not have permanent status in the U.S.

As announced in the Federal Register Volume 81, Number 147 (Monday, August 1, 2016), the extension allows TPS beneficiaries to retain TPS through March 31, 2018.





The statement says that the “redesignation of Syria” allows additional individuals who have been continuously residing in the United States since August 1, 2016 to obtain TPS, if otherwise eligible.

Ironically, Johnson’s statement says that the “extension of the current designation and a redesignation of Syria for TPS” is “warranted because the ongoing armed conflict.”

This conflict, Johnson said, has “not only persisted,” but has “deteriorated,” and would “pose a serious threat to the personal safety of Syrian nationals if they were required to return to their country.”

“Syria’s lengthy civil conflict has resulted in high levels of food insecurity, limited access to water and medical care, and massive destruction of Syria’s infrastructure,” Johnson continued.

“Attacks against civilians, the use of chemical weapons and irregular warfare tactics, as well as forced conscription and use of child soldiers have intensified the humanitarian crisis,” he added.

Every single factor mentioned by Johnson can be directly traced to U.S. foreign policy and interference in Syria. There can be little doubt that the “rebels” would have collapsed a long time ago had not the Obama administration taken the decision to arm them, despite it being proven time and time again that the so-called “moderate” rebels all turned out to be ISIS or ISIS-affiliated Islamists, and that it has been the “rebels” who have used chemical weapons against civilians and who have carried out atrocities.


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3 Comments

  1. The idea that the “refugee” crisis is a result of people fleeing war-torn areas under siege by U.S. foreign policy is a media meme to guilt the NATO nations into taking in these Third World invaders because the situation is somehow our “fault”. Yes, war is going on in some areas of these countries, but not across the entirety of the countries themselves. Syria is a very large country, and there are many places where Syrians live life completely removed from any military action or danger. This site and others have featured stories about invaders who went back to Syria, Iraq and elsewhere because the welfare package they received wasn’t to their liking. If conditions really were so dangerous across these entire countries, then why would some risk their lives to return? The truth is there are many areas within these countries and across the Middle East were these people could live in safety and with all the appropriate necessities.

    This has nothing to do with amnesty. It has everything to do with finding every and any excuse to keep flooding European nations, including the U.S., Canada, Australia and so on with as many invaders as possible to dispossess us of our own lands by creating a Third World majority, forever dependent on federal programs for their survival that will never bite the government hand that feeds them when they go to the polls, silencing our voices for good. Obama promised to bring in 85,000 Syrians into the U.S. by the end of September. He’s been having much trouble meeting that quota, but BS executive actions like this will go a long way toward helping him meet his commitment and getting a gold star from the UN. Amnesty, indeed.

  2. Obbama appears to be the most destructive figure in American history. Already during the first election it seemed obvious he’d be a disastrous choice. And I remember WHITE FOLKS foaming at the mouth when being cautioned. So eager were they to vote him into office, as though possessed. What was this frenzy about? What are they thinking of that today? What are thinking of him the Germans who welcomed him enthusiastically during his visit?

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