State Department “Quietly” Allows for Massive Increase in “Refugee” Flood

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
May 28, 2017

This is good for the economy.

It’s almost like Donald Trump wasn’t even elected at all.

New York Times:

Despite repeated efforts by President Trump to curtail refugee resettlements, the State Department this week quietly lifted the department’s restriction on the number of refugees allowed to enter the United States.

The result could be a near doubling of refugees entering the country, from about 830 people a week in the first three weeks of this month to well over 1,500 people per week by next month, according to refugee advocates. Tens of thousands of refugees are waiting to come to the United States.

Despite the fact that the US is the most racist country in all of human history, wherein live the baddest of all goyim, millions of third world brown people are dying to come live here.

Why are they willing to deal with this oppression, you ask?

Because they love the Constitution.

Also, maybe they need white people to pay for their fertility treatment.

The State Department’s decision was conveyed in an email on Thursday to the private agencies in countries around the world that help refugees manage the nearly two-year application process needed to enter the United States.

In her email, Jennifer L. Smith, a department official, wrote that the refugee groups could begin bringing people to the United States “unconstrained by the weekly quotas that were in place.”

Infinity refugees = infinity prosperity.

After all, George Washington was a refugee.

And he invented the phonograph.

Who knows which of these refugees will be the next great inventor?

Although it came the same day as an appeals court ruling that rejected government efforts to limit travel to the United States from six predominantly Muslim nations, the move by the State Department had nothing to do with the court ruling.

The department’s quotas on refugee resettlement were largely the result of budget constraints imposed by Congress in a temporary spending measure passed last fall. But when Congress passed a spending bill this month that funded the government for the rest of the fiscal year, the law did not include any restrictions on refugee admissions.

A State Department spokeswoman, speaking on the condition of anonymity because she was not authorized to discuss the issue publicly, said the department had consulted the Department of Justice about its refugee quotas and had decided to adjust them.

President Trump has sought to lower the ceiling on the number of refugees annually allowed in the country to 50,000 from 110,000. Mr. Trump’s executive orders on immigration, the first of which he issued on Jan. 27, also sought to suspend all refugee admissions for at least four months. Federal judges stayed those orders, but the confusion over them has contributed to a falloff in refugees entering the United States.

While 13,255 refugees were admitted in August, that number plunged to just 2,070 in March. So far during the 2017 fiscal year, 45,732 people have been admitted, just a few thousand short of Mr. Trump’s proposed cap.

Refugee groups now predict that entries into the United States could increase so rapidly that the total number of refugees admitted by Sept. 30, the end of the fiscal year, could exceed 70,000. That is well below the 84,994 refugees admitted in fiscal year 2016, but not by nearly as much as many advocates had feared.

Refugee advocates were delighted by the State Department’s decision.

“This is long overdue, but we’re very happy,” said Mark Hetfield, president and chief executive of HIAS, an immigrant aid society.

That’s the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society – HIAS.

They are the biggest lobbying group for mass importation of third world “refugees.”

It’s in the AP stylebook that when you use a acronym the first time in an article, you give the full name of the organization, unless it is a universally recognized organization (i.e. “NATO”). But in the case of HIAS, they must skip that rule, due to the fact that if the goyim knew that the leading organization pushing for mass Islamic immigration into America under the guise of a “refugee program” was Jewish, it could lead to anti-Semitism.

In fact, when you go to the HIAS webpage, you don’t get told that the first word of that acronym is “Hebrew.”

If you want to know that this is a Jewish organization, you have to navigate to the “About” section, and then to the “Mission and Values” tab.

And then, you will finally learn that they are guided by Jewish values and history.

But you can’t just put that on blast everywhere, or all of these racist bigots who think somehow it is bad to bring tens of thousands of Somalians, Eritreans, Pakistanis, Afghanis, etc. into America to live on welfare would turn their irrational hatred toward the Jews.

That’s why the New York Times can’t follow AP stylebook rules when dealing with HIAS.