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Hillary Clinton Wants to Bring in 65,000 ‘Syrian’ refugees a Year | June 2016

Hillary Clinton: US “has to do more” on refugee crisis – Bring in Tens of Thousands every year 

– CBS News

John Dickerson: “President Obama has proposed bringing in 10,000 Syrian refugees, is that enough?”

Enough for what?

– Hillary proposes letting in tens of thousands of ‘Syrian’ refugees into the United States, even though the head of the FBI says we have no method to properly vett the background of these so-called refugees. As usual, Hillary is profoundly clueless.

If one deranged Muslim terrorist can murder 50 people in an Orlando nightclub, just imagine what tens of thousands could do./CJ

 

 

Flesh Eating Disease Spreads Through the Middle East

– NaturalSociety.com

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“The Islamic State’s civil war has created havoc across the Middle East in terms of bombed out buildings and displacing millions of people. However, they have also developed the perfect breeding ground for cutaneous leishmaniasis, a disfiguring disease caused by bites from infected sand flies. And because of the mass movement of people due to the refugee crisis, this disfiguring disease may be on its way to southern Europe, officials warn.

Cutaneous leishmaniasis leads to significant scarring on the face, and due to lack of medical facilities within the Middle East and in refugee camps, it is often left untreated.

The disease has thrived in the war torn environment due to numerous bombed out and abandoned buildings and the problem of a lack of water.

This issue seems to be a new one, as before the civil war, only a few cases were reported each year. Between 2000 and 2012, Lebanon only reported six cases. However, in 2013 alone, they have reported 1,033, most originating from Syrian refugees now living in Lebanon.

Along with disfigurement, the disease can cause open sores, nose bleeds, difficulty breathing and swallowing and death in some cases. Death most often happens when it is not treated, which happens more and more often with the lack of medical facilities.

Although the disease was once only contained to Syria, it is making its way to neighboring countries at a rapid rate. For instance, in southern Turkey alone, they have reported over 400 cases.

Dr. Waleed Al-Salem of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine said:

“It’s a very bad situation. The disease has spread dramatically in Syria, but also into countries like Iraq, Lebanon, Turkey, and even into southern Europe with refugees coming in.

There are thousands of cases in the region but it is still underestimated because no one can count the exact number of people affected.”

…Continue reading @ NaturalSociety.com

 

ISIS Blamed for Spread of Flesh-Eating Disease in Syria

– theGatewaypundit.com

“In the past year over 500 people have caught the “flesh-eating” disease known as Leishmaniasis which is spread by infected flies.

The disease is caused by ISIS dumping corpses in the street and letting them rot in public.
The first case was reported in 2013. In mid-2014 over 500 cases were reported.”

….More here @ theGatewaypundit.com

Question: How does Hillary Clinton propose keep this flesh eating disease out of the USA if we import 65 thousand refugees a year?/CJ

 

Hillary’s Clueless ‘Off the Reservation’ Remark | May 2016

The Ugly Truth about the US treatment of Native Americans and Hillary Clinton’s ‘Off the Reservation’ comment

– CNN Opinion

A timely opinion piece by Simon Moya-Smith on CNN:

“Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton was being interviewed on CNN’s “The Lead” with Jake Tapper when she used a blistering term rooted in racism against Native Americans to describe Donald Trump, the leading Republican presidential candidate.

“I have a lot of experience dealing with men who sometimes get off the reservation in the way they behave and how they speak,” Clinton told Tapper.
Within hours, Clinton’s political director, Amanda Renteria, took to Twitter saying Clinton “meant no disrespect to Native Americans.”

Simon Moya-Smith

“About the use of an expression today that has some very offensive roots. … Divisive language has no place in our politics,” Renteria tweeted.
But here’s the problem with Renteria’s words: The phrase has nothing but very offensive roots.
In the 19th century, the U.S. government forcibly confined Native Americans (who, according to a New York Times article at the time, were considered “shiftless, untameable … a rampant and intractable enemy to civilization”) into prison camps, known today as reservations. None were permitted to leave the boundaries without permission from their white captors.
This, folks, is called forced imprisonment.
In fact, Adolf Hitler was inspired by the American reservation system.
John Toland, author of “Adolf Hitler: The Definitive Biography,” wrote that the tyrant and mass murderer thought the U.S. reservation system was a useful template for Jewish concentration camps.
“Hitler’s concept of concentration camps as well as the practicality of genocide owed much, so he claimed, to his studies of English and United States history,” wrote Toland. “He admired the camps for Boer prisoners in South Africa and for the Indians in the Wild West; and often praised to his inner circle the efficiency of America’s extermination — by starvation and uneven combat — of the red savages who could not be tamed by captivity.”
On Monday, Trump had a response to Clinton’s “off the reservation” comment: “The Indians have gone wild” over her use of it.
“Now I won’t even bring up the fact that the Indians have gone wild on that statement. You know that, OK. The Indians have said that that statement is a disastrous statement, and they want a retraction. I’m not going to get into that,” Trump told CNN’s Chris Cuomo on “New Day.”
…Continue reading @ CNN Opinion
  – Comments section is interesting, from the very first:
 “Indians have always gotten little respect, how about we stop squibling over words and do something
there were over 200 different tribes here at one time each with indeginous  culture, religion, and language, DNA
yes we were herded on reservations on a land once shared by all peoples in a sacred way
let’s have a national  native American, Indian Day
I’d be fun, tribes from all over and their dancing and drums
and the old songs
children from all over the united States could dress up like Indians at school
maybe we could teach the little ones about their invisible Indian neighbors
and all the beauty and wisdom they represent
yes then maybe you can say, “let us respect the Indians.”
 – Nice /CJ.

Bernie Sanders pulls off shock victory over Hillary Clinton in Indiana

– Guardian

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“Despite trailing behind Hillary Clinton in polls, Sanders once again proved his appeal to disaffected midwest voters by pulling off his 18th victory of 2016.

Bernie Sanders threw a last-minute hurdle in front of Hillary Clinton’s march toward the Democratic party nomination on Tuesday by clinching a surprise victory in the Indiana primary.

Despite trailing by an average of seven points in opinion polls and losing a string of bigger, more diverse states on the east coast, Sanders once again proved his appeal to disaffected midwest voters by pulling off his 18th victory of 2016, according to Associated Press projections.

Sanders seemed on track to win a narrow majority of the 83 delegates on offer. With 93% reporting, Sanders had 52.7% of the vote to Clinton’s 47.3%.

Sanders said: “The Clinton campaign thinks this campaign is over. They’re wrong. Maybe it’s over for the insiders and the party establishment, but the voters inIndiana had a different idea.”

His success in Indiana was overshadowed by Ted Cruz’s decision to drop out of the Republican race, leaving the path to victory clear for Donald Trump.

The Sanders campaign hopes that Indiana will mark one last turning point in a Democratic race characterised by a series of surprise comebacks that have prolonged Clinton’s otherwise relentless path toward the nomination.

He is well placed to pull off similar wins in West Virginia on 10 May and Oregon on 17 May, before a final showdown next month in California, whose 546 delegates present the biggest prize of the contest.”

…Continue reading @ theGuardian.com