June 19, 2015
Officially, there are more refugees in the world now than at any point in history, the UN has stated as if this was some sort of not-obvious fact.
The other obvious fact, which the UN has not stated, is that at no point in history were White countries allowing unlimited numbers of brown people into their countries.
There are more refugees in the world today than ever previously recorded — and more than half are children, the United Nations refugee agency said Thursday.
Nearly 60 million people were counted as forcibly displaced in 2014, according to the Office of the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
One person out of every 122 on the planet is said to be either a refugee, internally displaced or seeking asylum. Last year on average, each day saw another 42,500 people driven from their homes.
The conflict in Syria has been the biggest single driver of displacement, according to the refugee agency’s Global Trends report — but far from the only one.
Yeah, and who caused the Syria conflict? Jews.
Who allows no “refugees” into their country? Jews.
Who is telling us that we must allow unlimited numbers of these people in our own countries? Jews.
Many more come from sub-Saharan Africa, fleeing conflicts in the Central African Republic, South Sudan, Somalia, Nigeria, the Democratic Republic of Congo and elsewhere.
In Asia, the report highlights growing numbers of people fleeing Myanmar.
And in the Americas, there was a rise in the number of people seeking to escape gang violence in Central America.
Who cares about these people’s problems?
I certainly do not.
And even if you do care, why is it your problem? And how are we going to solve the problem by letting unlimited numbers of these people in our countries?
If poverty and violence now qualifies a person as a refugee, then we’re looking at about 4 billion potential refugees coming to White countries.
You don’t need a calculator to do that math.
On top of this, most of the refugees are well-off in their own countries and are just coming to ours for more money.