Saturday, 21 November 2015

Speaking Of Setting Things To Rights

from; ’Soros-Backed Group Launches Bid Go Keep Syrian Refugees Flowing’ - Christopher C. Hulll - November 20
(“A group masquerading as conservative but backed by left-wing foundations including billionaire George Soros’s Foundation to Promote Open Society (FPOS) has launched an online advertising campaign in defense of bringing Syrian refugees to the United States…

The site also shamelessly claims that “we know that refugees are not a burden, but instead represent a valuable, hardworking community of grateful residents who enrich our communities and help our businesses,” in spite of the fact that nearly 70% of refugees were on welfare and over 90% were on food stamps between 2008 and 2013, according to data drawn from the Obama Administration’s own Office of Refugee Resettlement…”)

(Not to mention the high percentage of American citizens already unemployed, and drawing down the same 'entitlements'...and the fact that so many of these 'Syrian' 'refugees' are anything but......

Good ol' George; up to his old tricks again.........

PS. This, from today:
Shock DHS Report: There Are 73 Airport Employees On Terror Watchlists… How Will They Properly Screen Syrian “Refugees”?
("If these individuals were vetted with Homeland Security oversight, how can Americans really expect better results to filter out potential members of ISIS?")

I am not amused by
The Cloward-Piven strategy
For nation-wrecking
                in order
                to further
A presumed worthy
Cause, but in actuality
Is driving humanity
         a cesspool
Of never-ending
To its malevolent

Now, getting rid
Of interest-bearing money
(And its partner in crime,
   reserve banking)
Is a different matter
That I can well 
              go for
          And thus
Return money
      to its original    
As simply a convenient
Means of exchange;
                        the end 
                   in itself.

And we keep our eye
On the right ball
That way.

And watch us soar
That way

And away!
                   - a home
  and heading -
         I say -

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