Monthly Archives: November 2016

Ohio Somali slasher said he was angry because Buddhists in Burma mistreated Rohingya Muslims

Good for Burma and the Buddhist monks. “They” understand.
I remember a recent (a year ago, or so) CBS 60 Minutes story, where one could see the pundit was totally supporting the poor muslims there in Burma being “abused” by the Buddhists.
Sad, very sad for the poor muslims who never have hurt anybody in their 1400-year history.

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So why is that our problem?

After all we admitted 18,000 Burmese Muslims to the US since 2006!

(Well, no one said this guy was brilliant after all!)

This is my fourth post of the day on how the Somali Islamic terrorist attack on Monday has inspired the news media in so many different directions.  See here, here, and here.

no-rohingya-islamists-in-myanmar Buddhist monks in Burma in 2012 made it pretty clear they didn’t want the Muslim Rohingya in their country. Gee, maybe the Somali slasher story confirms why the Buddhists are so worried about devout Rohingya populating Burma.

This is aReuters storythat reports that the Ohio State Somali slasher had reached a “boiling point.”

One thing he was angry about was what he claims is happening to Rohingya Muslims in Burma. So, of course the logical conclusion is to go out and try to mow down…

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Greeley, CO: Refugee advocate worries about backlash against Somalis

Two key words here, and both foreign:
The pictured business at Greeley, Colorado, is owned by a Brazilian–COOL! A foreigner taking advantage of US tax dollars to get cheap labor.
The other thing is Somalis (given some of their sanitary habits) handling food (and food handling by muslims is likely rampant in the US.)

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Earlier I posted a news round-up of stories on the Somali refugee slasher, see it here.  Then I mentioned there are three (at least) other news stories I wanted to spend more time on.  I posted the first of thosehere.

And, this is the next one, from the Greeley Tribune.  The story is not about how citizens of Greeley are worried about an Islam-inspired attack there, but whether the Ohio State attack might cause some Americans to say nasty things about Somalis in Greeley. Sheesh.

jbs-greeley I took this photo of JBS (previously Swift & Co) headquarters in Greeley, CO on my tour of meatpackers of America this past summer. JBS is a Brazilian-owned company.

Before I tell you the news from Greeley, know that we have an extensive archive on Greeley here at RRWgoing back years.

Greeley has a Somali refugee population because one…

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News roundup: More Somali Slasher news

More Somali news–yes.

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See our post yesterdayon the Islamic terror attack at Ohio State.


I thought it would be useful this morning to give you a smorgasbord of news reports about the Ohio State Somali refugee terrorist attack.  One thing you gotta laugh about is how quickly the Somali community and its supporters turn to the victim card.

First check out Michael Patrick Leahy’s detailed investigative report on how he ‘made his way’ to Ohio at Breitbart:

Catholic Charities Resettled Ohio State’s Somali Attacker

Then here are many more stories directly related or where the Islamic-inspired slasher attack is used as a news hook:

Will Trump and Republicans finally shut down suicidal Somali immigration?

Somali community fears backlash after Ohio State attack

OSU Students Let Somalis Know They’re Welcome On Campus

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What do nine bloody attacks in 18 months have in common?

Nothing to do with islam the liberals/progressives tell us.
Sorry, it has everything to do with islam

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leo-book-cover See Hohmann’s new book, out in January 2017.

Just now Iposted some of the news generated by the Ohio State Somali slasher attack two days ago. But, I still have three other news reports that are connected with the Islam-inspired attack that I want to say more about.

This is the first…..

Don’t miss Leo Hohmann at World Net Dailywhere he tells us there is a connection between nine violent attacks carried out on American soil in the last 18 months.

Law enforcement, from the local level on up to the FBI, said they did not know what could have motivated the young Muslim student to act in such a premeditated, violent way against his fellow students on a chilly Tuesday morning in Columbus.

Artan, an 18-year-old freshman at OSU, had immigrated from his native Somalia through Pakistan, arriving in Columbus at the invitation of the U.S…

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Laugh of the day: see what Soros is spending money on to help refugees

Yes, this gives us a good laugh, Ann, and thanks for the lighter side, if…with George Soros that is possible….

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I have much more to say about the subject of Refugee Resettlement as a business opportunity (with humanitarianism as the cover for those with a financial interest) for another day.  However, I came across a list of companies working to benefit refugees and got a chuckle out of the write-up on Soros, here.


Soros Fund Managementpledges to invest up to $500 million in companies leveraging their resources and ingenuity to aid refugees worldwide, doubling down on the premise that the private sector can lead global change. These investments will target startups, established companies, and social impact initiatives, including businesses started by refugees themselves. While investments will cross a variety of sectors, Soros sees particular potential for emerging digital technologies to help refugees gain access more efficiently to government, legal, financial, and health services, thereby improving the quality of life of millions around the world.

Translation: Soros…

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How many white refugees did we take from South Africa last month?

A good question, Ann, and sometimes you are too funny.

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I used to have more time to write about South Africa—the LOL! Rainbow Nation—but haven’t recently.

rainbow-nation This artwork came from an article entitled, ’17 Interesting Facts about South Africa.’ Don’t miss number 16! By the way, is that yellow person in the middle supposed to be the white people of South Africa?

However, in light of what I have been writing about today: the FACT that we are picking up Somalis all over the world and bringing them to Anytown, USA, I want to mention this again.

(You can see my archive on South Africa by clicking here.)

The joke is that although South Africa is still being touted as the Rainbow Nation that welcomes all races and religions, it is not happy with its fellow black Africans and most particularly the Somalis.  So guess what? We take them! We are bringing them as ‘refugees’…

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Where are you Wrapsnet?

“Warm and fuzzy-looking” right.

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An important resource for anyone (reporters, citizens, city and state officials) wanting more information about what refugees are being admitted to the US and where they are going is the Refugee Processing Center, a US State Department data base some refer to by its url

By the way, I am mentioning this today because I can tell so many readers were trying to access this website from a link here at RRW yesterday when the latest Somali refugee terror attack was going down in Ohio. (I’ll report on that next this morning).

The site has a new warm and fuzzy face (here is a screenshot) which might, on first glance, make one think it is a website for a very pro-refugee activist group rather than simply a federal data base.

screenshot-74Unfortunately what seems to be missing (hopefully this is just a delay in linking in the most important…

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Sigh! So another Somali refugee goes on a rampage inspired by his ‘faith’

From the post: “…how are we going to screen the Muslim kids who become radicalized in your town?”
A problem: I doubt they will be screened, and good many (if not all) are likely ticking time-bombs just waiting for orders

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Update: More from Michael Patrick Leahy at Breitbart, here.

Yesterday when I first heard the news that a knife and a car were involved in the Ohio State rampage, I knew it was going to turn out to be an Islam-inspired terror attack.  I had other duties yesterday afternoon and figured you didn’t need me to report since there would be so many springing to action and cable news would eventually report on who the perp was.

With the St. Cloud mall stabbingfresh on our minds, it was not an earth shattering revelation when we learned later in the day that the jihadist was a Somali refugee.  And, it is actually very funny this morning to hear CNN report that there is still no declaration that the Somali Muslim was inspired by his ‘faith.’

ohio-shooting Ohio State yesterday. How many more? Photo:

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Up next! Niagara Falls to become ‘welcoming’ refugee resettlement site

Our muslim-run administration, DHS, attorney general, state department (and the muslim-in-chief itself) are no longer part of America.
The grinner in the pic is Mayor Paul Dyster.

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We learned months ago that the US State Department had been secretly assessing the feasibility of 47 new sites in which to place some of Obama’s last wish—110,000 refugees for America in FY2017.

Those 47 would presumably be in addition to the 110-200 listed here. (oops! The State Department’s Refugee Processing Center has taken down some of the handiest links we could previously access. Sure hope it is just temporary and not a further effort to keep information from the general public.)

seneca-niagara-casino Seneca Niagara Casino needs workers, so Niagara Falls will get a refugee office. Starting wages must be too low to attract Americans! I wonder who owns this Casino? No time to find out right now….

Because there is no published list of new sites we can only assume that is because the federal government and its contractors do not want to tip off any citizens…

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