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Vermont Residents Don’t Want To ‘Foot The Bill’ For Syrian Refugees

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 Cinnamon    26,058

Some small-town residents of Rutland, Vt., are upset at their mayor’s decision to resettle 100 Syrian refugees throughout 2017 in the area.

Rutland Mayor Christopher Louras defended his decision, saying the town’s demographics are declining, and they are having trouble recruiting younger workers. He also thinks refugees will bring cultural diversity.


Who does want to foot the bill? People are having hard enough time now supporting themselves and their own families.Communists are still active I see. "Cultural diversity". Get a new catch phrase, we all know what that means now. 

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 Lucy Barnable    5,375
1 hour ago, majoga said:

How fortunate for them that their preferred presidential candidate lost.

It's fortunate for all of as long as Trump keeps his word and blocks incoming "refugees".

USA: Muslim “refugees” – 91.4% on food stamps, 68.3% on Cash Welfare

They forgot to mention that these figures tend to remain more or less permanent with Muslim migrants. A very small minority  integrate themselves into the job market or make efforts to educate themselves and get out of the welfare system, as many European figures show. Prophet Mohammed was orphaned, illiterate and jobless, sustaining himself on crimes. So education and employment is not an important factor. In addition, the Koran encourage Muslims to collect jizya – blood tax – from kafirs, the non-Muslims, and welfare is looked upon as jizya. Collecting money from non-Muslims is considered a legal entitlement since the kafir is not entitled to any land or laws of their own anywhere, meaning their presence on a land or country of their own is a “theft” of “occupation” of what should be Muslim land.


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