Refugee Resettlement Watch has been covering the Somalian immigration into the United States for a long time. Kansas is just one state that has been affected by this, especially
in the meat processing towns. Emporia, at one time had as many a 1500 Somali’s living there until the Tyson plant closed. Residents there can tell disturbing accounts of daily interaction in various businesses, offices, etc. many times treating the local women as lower life forms. The immigrants were moved to Western Kansas meat processing areas. The Somalians are very closed culturally and do not assimilate well. They have been historically unwilling to take many important medical treatments including regimes for tuberculosis, even when provided by local health clinics. They also struggle with other immigrant populations as well who may settle close to these areas.
Al-Shabaab, Arabic for “The Youth”, is an Islamist Jihad organization recruiting scores of youth through the mosques in these areas. Minneapolis-St. Paul has a population of 90,000 from which to draw. The recent Al-Shabaab attacks in Nairobi, Kenya saw at least 5 members with American identification, one of which was from the Kansas City area. A 2011 report listed 50 known Somali-American members in Al-Shabaab.
H/T Ann Corcoran, Refugee Resettlement Watch
I don’t really want to post this because I have been writing about this for five years and I’m sick of them and sick of the mainstream media that is five years late addressing this serious issue. It takes a blood bath in Kenya for the supposed journalists to get off their duffs.
This is from USA Today and it doesn’t have anything new that we haven’t discussed here ad nauseum. They even brought back Omar Jamal for a cameo appearance.
Long time readers know that we call Jamal the “Somali Jesse Jackson” because he manages to be quoted anytime a Somali gets in trouble anywhere in the US. He originally came to the US illegally, was convicted of immigration fraud, but has simply been movin’ on up!
By the way, I will be reporting the minute we get official confirmation (or at least the minute I hear about it!)…
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