Thursday, August 04, 2016

SURPRISE: Most “Refugees” In Europe Are Not Women And Children

By William Teach

Well, gee, color me shocked

Pew’s research shows that four out of 10 refugees in Europe are young men, aged 18 to 34. Approximately three-fourths (73 percent) of refugees entering Europe in total were male, while 53 percent of all refugees were young adults between the ages of 18 and 34. Individuals hailing from war-torn countries making up a large portion of all refugees were also overwhelmingly male. Syrian refugees were 71 percent male, Iraqi refugees were slightly higher at 75 percent, while Afghan refugees were a remarkable 80 percent male. Refugees from these three countries made up over half of Europe’s refugees in 2015.

Research found that young male refugees make up a large portion of asylum applicants in certain countries. Italy’s applicants were heavily young and male, at 74 percent. Germany, which fell victim to a spat of terror attacks committed by refugees last month, saw 39 percent of asylum applications come from young men. Germany has seen the most applications for resettlement, with 442,000– or 33 percent of all applications in Europe. (snip)

Obama lambasted Republican politicians who opposed allowing Syrian refugees into the U.S. after the Paris attacks last November, claiming they were “scared of widows and orphans.” He also accused several former Republican presidential candidates of engaging in rhetoric that serves as a “potent recruitment tool” for the Islamic State.

Obama’s trying to sell snake oil. The question is, why does he want so many fighting age males to be imported from war torn Islamist areas? We can see the problems in Europe easily.

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1 comment:

clayusmcret said...

This was a radical Islam version of a military movement. Whether under the control and direction of ISIS or not, the vast majority of these 18-34 year old males WILL rise up when told to by an Islamic authority figure. Europe just had the equivalent of the Normandy Invasion without a shot being fired.