Where they’re going and why tells us everything we need to know about these ‘refugees’.
If you were going halfway around the world, from a tropical climate to America, and you were given a choice between life in the desert, or dealing with a Minnesota winter, would it even take you 20 seconds to decide?
Unless you had a romantic fondness for winter, the desert would be a better fit, right? Especially if you came from a ‘desert-y’ country to begin with.
But ‘refugees’ who landed in Arizona are packing up and heading NORTH. To Minnesota.
Why would a refugee from somewhere hot like Somalia pick a city like Fairfax Minnesota over, say, Phoenix Arizona?
To find out, look at the local legislation:
Two months after arriving in the Phoenix area, a Somali refugee and her seven kids were packing up their bags and heading to Minnesota where things would be much better for them in one big way they weren’t getting in Arizona. Bilad Yusuf, like thousands of others who recently arrived, found out that the welfare wasn’t free and they were going to have to work to earn it and were also expected to learn the language.
“We didn’t know how to get jobs here, and even if we did, we didn’t know how we’d get to them,” she complained in her native tongue which had to be interpreted by a translator. Yusuf has actually been in the U.S. for longer than her time in Arizona, as she and her kids were first dropped off in Houston before being transferred to Phoenix. With all that time on her hands in the state, she didn’t get a job or bother to learn English, which backfired on her and other refugees in the same boat who wound up in Arizona. — (source)
We need only look at Finland for a clue.
The headline read: Thousands of Iraqi refugees leave Finland voluntarily
Thousands of Iraqi refugees who arrived in Finland last year have decided to cancel their asylum applications and to return home voluntarily, citing family issues and disappointment with life in the frosty Nordic country.
…Almost two thirds of the asylum seekers last year were young Iraqi men, but some are now having second thoughts, so Finland will begin chartering flights to Baghdad from next week to take them home.
Echoing that comment, travel agent Hassan said: “Some say they don’t like the food here, it’s too cold or they don’t feel welcome in Finland. There are many reasons.”
Nearly 80 percent of the migrants returning home are Iraqis. Just 22 of the 877 Syrians – whose country is racked by civil war – and 35 of the 5,214 Afghans who sought asylum in Finland last year have asked to return to their home country.
Along with other Nordic states, Finland has recently tightened its immigration policies, for example requiring working-age asylum seekers to do some unpaid work. (for orignal article here)
What do you suppose would happen if ALL 50 States has a labor and language component to receiving any State assistance?
How long would it be before some of the less deserving among the new arrivals self-select and go elsewhere looking for governments dumb enough to give them free handouts with no strings attached?