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Sunday, 11 August 2013

US [and the UK] To Accept Thousands Of Syrian Refugees - The result of the Zionist run Western Government meddling in middle east politics.

The Syrian people were doing fine just as the Libyans were but to implement the Jew World Order their governing regimes had to be brought down by Israeli and CIA backed rebels. 

The fact that Israel has bombed Syria possibly using mini Nukes is proof of just who is behind the coup to rid Syria of self government through Assad. If Assad loses (and he would have lost already if it were not for Russian backing) he will be slaughtered just as Gaddafi  was. Only Jew controlled puppet governments are allowed ever since the fall of Iraq coming on the back of 9/11 a MOSSAD/CIA 'False Flag' operation.

And now of course the already bankrupt western countries will have to pick up the tab for the fall-out, that means the ordinary working class Americans and Europeans. 

When these Syrian refugees arrive in our lands they will hate us and who can fucking blame them?



More than two million Syrians have fled their war-torn country, with many settling in nearby Lebanon and Jordan. Now, the US will open its doors to 2,000 of “the most vulnerable” Syrian refugees – as long as they pass a lengthy background screening [background checks do not apply for those coming to the UK].

Two thousand Syrians will be granted the opportunity to live in the US, marking a significant increase from the approximately 90 Syrian refugees the US admitted over the last two years, according to Foreign Policy’s The Cable.

The United Nations estimates that nearly 3.5 million Syrian refugees will be in the neighboring countries of Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey, Iraq and Egypt by the end of the year, with 1.9 million more in desperate need of assistance. The death toll in Syria continues to rise, with over 4,400 people killed during Ramadan this year.

The Obama administration is responding to the rapidly deteriorating conditions by agreeing to take in 2,000 Syrian war victims who will be given permanent residence status. Even though the number will represent only a fraction of a per cent of Syrian refugees in need of assistance, the administration’s decision marks a major shift in policy.

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