Counter-Terrorism: The Best Asylum Money Can Buy


July 3, 2016: Since 2015 European nations have been comparing information on known Islamic terrorists with the lists of the most recent Moslem refugees it had accepted and has found more and more e asylum seekers with Islamic terrorism backgrounds. This is most common in countries that accept these refugees via a UN resettlement program. Since 2014 intelligence agencies have been warning Western governments that ISIL (Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant) and other Islamic terror groups have been sending members along with refugees entering, often illegally, Europe and the West in general.

There are other reasons why Western nations are increasingly reluctant to accept refugees from Moslem nations, especially Afghanistan, Syria and Iraq. One reason is that the UN has shown itself incapable of screening out refugees likely to be Islamic terrorists or supporters of Islamic terrorism. Then there is the fact that the UN rarely recommends Syrian and Iraqi Christian refugees for resettlement in the West despite the fact that these non-Moslem refugees have the most to fear from Islamic terrorism. The United States also noted that among the first thousand Middle Eastern refugees it accepted only two were Christian and all the rest were Moslem. Further investigation (often by journalists or other non-government groups) found that the UN run refugee camps were dominated by Islamic radicals who not only persecuted non-Moslem refugees but coerced the UN officials to select refugees for resettlement that were approved by the Islamic radical thugs. Refugee camps worldwide, whether they are administered by the UN or not, tend to be terrorized by local criminals and when Moslem refugees are the majority the gangs tend to be run by Islamic terrorists or other Islamic radicals. These groups control the selection of refugees for admission to Western nations despite the fact that the camp administrators assure Western nations that the refugees they recommend are screened to eliminate criminals and Islamic terrorists. In fact the gangs that dominate the camps often sell “approval” to refugees who can pay, even if the payment is supplied by criminal gangs or Islamic terror groups. Western countries, like the United States, that insist on doing their own screening are accused of racism or anti-Moslem bias. While this independent screening keeps many criminals and Islamic terrorists out of the “racist” Western countries the gangs have been able to continue controlling, and selling, access to Western nations that accept the UN run screening and letting the more affluent (and capable) criminals and Islamic terrorists to bribe their way in. .

As a result of this corruption, which the UN has long been noted for, few of the most deserving refugees, like non-Moslems, are able to get out of the camps. Since 2001 Moslem countries have come under growing international pressure to do something about the growing violence against non-Moslems. This violence has been a common problem in majority Moslem countries for centuries, and the source of constant migration by non-Moslems. In the United States, for example, most Arab migrants were, until the 1960s, were Arab Christians fleeing Moslem persecution in the Middle East. Islamic tradition calls for tolerance of non-Moslems but that means constant (sometimes violent) pressure to convert and additional taxes on non-Moslems as well as fewer economic and other opportunities. For more radical Moslems, like ISIL (Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant) non-Moslems are more frequently told they must either convert to Islam, pay large bribes or risk death or slavery. Most Moslem government deny that this sort of persecution exists or, if it does, insists it is rare and Westerners are making it all up to justify further attacks on Islam.

In 2013 and 2014 most of the Christians killed for religious reasons worldwide died in Iraq and Syria, mostly because of ISIL. In 2015 Nigeria (because of Boko Haram) briefly became the leader in this macabre category. For the last few decades the majority of Christians killed for religious reasons were murdered by Islamic terrorists. Since 2001 the majority of Moslems killed for religious reasons were murdered by fellow Moslems. But in the UN, everything is for sale and if you can afford it you can get most UN policies modified to suit your needs. In the case of selling UN approval to seek asylum in the West, these efforts often backfire. That’s because many Western countries double check and have the resources to determine of the UN screening was accurate or not.




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