This story really gives you a warm fuzzy feeling about the vetting process for these so-called refugees. A Yazidi refugee now living in Germany was confronted there by a man who was in ISIS and bought her for $100. She fled to Germany to escape that nightmare. Now, she is fleeing to IRAQ to escape this man again in Germany. What’s even more tragic is this man cannot be prosecuted properly as he too has refugee status.
What struck me first was the fact she actually put the time in to learn German. Imagine that.
There is no doubt a small portion of refugees pouring into Germany are truly in need. Far far far less than the number they are actually allowing in. And we’ve been told they are vetted thoroughly before being let in. How? Many do not have proper paperwork. And the countries they are fleeing from hardly ever have helpful paperwork to thoroughly vet an incoming refugee. With that in mind it’s not shocking at all that even ISIS members are easily infiltrating refugee ranks and claiming status throughout Europe.
And it’s not a problem isolated to Europe. Just this week in the United States an ISIS man was arrested in Sacramento. Via Fox News:
Ameen allegedly arrived in Rawah, Iraq “with a caravan of ISIS vehicles” — after the organization gained control of the town on June 21, 2014 — and made their way to the Rawah police officer’s home, officials said. The following day, multiple group members, including Ameen, allegedly shot the officer.
“Ameen then allegedly fired his weapon at the victim while the victim was on the ground, killing him,” officials said.
The suspect is accused of being a member of ISIS and al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI), as well as carrying out tasks for the groups, “including helping to plant improvised explosive devices,” according to the news release.
Following the alleged incident, Ameen relocated to Sacramento from Iraq “as a purported refugee” and did not mention his alleged ties to the terrorist organizations when seeking refugee status and a green card in the U.S., officials said.
This is further proof it is simply too hard or we are not properly equipped to vet anyone from coming into our country. Apparently this must be said explicitly: the health and safety of our own citizens should come before the health and safety of refugees who have zero allegiance to our country. It seems it wasn’t too hard for this man to pretend to be a refugee and seek refugee status here. The entire immigration system should be shut down until we can prove that we can responsibly start it up again. Or does Ameen need to set off a few IEDs first before we wake up?