On the vetting and abetting of Syrian refugees…

“Wonderful news friends! So many of you have been worried about how to respond to the refugee crisis, how to vet them and whether or not you might actually be helping your enemy. Well, you can actually help a Christian family fleeing Muslim persecution who is begging for your help…not to come to the US but just to survive in place.

“Food and shelter is all they ask for, and they’ve been vetted by the Diocese, Caritas and yours truly. So don’t hold back, be a good [S]amaritan, a charitable [C]hristian, or just a decent human and help these people today!”

— J.C.

Here is the link to offer financial support for them. Along with that, or failing that, be sure to send your prayers to the Heavenly Father on their behalf.

real syrian refugee family support

Along with that, I encourage you to read this extremely informative (conservative) article about several myths being spread about the influx of refugees from the Middle East of late.

… This is too important an issue to allow prejudices, nativism and misinformation posing as fact to color our objective policy ideas.  To try to cut through some of the false narratives, here is a list of myths and facts about Syrian refugees, American refugee policy, and other issues in the news lately. Once we can all agree as to the facts, we can begin determining what, if anything, we need to do here at home on this issue. …


About The Codgitator (a cadgertator)

Catholic convert. Quasi-Zorbatic. Freelance interpreter, translator, and web marketer. Former ESL teacher in Taiwan (2003-2012) and former public high school teacher (2012-2014). Married father of three. Multilingual, would-be scholar, and fairly consistent fitness monkey. My research interests include: the interface of religion and science, the history and philosophy of science and technology, ancient and medieval philosophy, and cognitive neuroscience. Please pray for me.
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One Response to On the vetting and abetting of Syrian refugees…

  1. Claiming for these united states universal principles (freedom) applicable to all has been the rhetorical fog bank behind which all manner of mountebank have been allowed to advance against foreigners and prey on them all over hell and creation doing the bidding of the Messias-Deniers, International Banksters, ubiquitous usurers (the financial capitalists who have supplanted the Industrial capitalists) and putative do-gooders.

    Back in the day, we were learnt why we came to be and it was not to stand for some universal principles and which vague meaning is left undefined so it can be elastic enough to cover every single one of our selfish desires.

    We are not a nation of immigrants (ABS bets everyone reading this was born in the US): that is, neither we, or a single one of the founding fathers, were immigrants.

    Yes, truthful statements are shocking.

    The founding furthers did not migrate from one country to another,they left one country for its colonies on another continent whereas the we stand for freedom we ae expected to dutifully march behind beguiles us into accepting more and more immigrants (1965 Immigration act) from non-european countries, peoples which share no connection with our christian background/culture/language and people who do not assimilate – ever– for they have their own customs habits, feast days etc etc

    (ABS is drawing a blank but he is sure the reader remembers the name of the liberal sociologist who discovered – was it Putnam?- that an increase in diversity led to a decrease in social stability/trust etc)

    As for relying on the statements of out official liars, ABS fins those opposed to immigration more persuasive.


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