U.S. plots with United Nations to expand Syrian refugees from 10,000 to 200,000

Article publisher: 
Washington Examiner
Article date: 
28 April 2016
Article category: 
National News
Article Body: 

In a move around the standard refugee settlement process in America, the United Nations and the administration are scheming to find other ways to boost the number of Syrians entering the country, from 10,000 this year to possibly 200,000.

U.S. officials, meeting with United Nations human rights officials in Geneva, joined in a project that looks to "alternative safe pathways" to setting Syrian refugees in America and Europe that include pushing colleges and universities to offer tuition programs and encouraging Syrians already in the country to open their homes to those who've fled the war-torn Middle East nation.

The plan already has one victory. Last week, the University of Southern California revealed that it is offering five free tuition programs for Syrian refugees, including one in the school's journalism program.


The effort was revealed Monday in a Center for Immigration Studies post. It quoted a Georgetown University professor and U.N. refugee policy advisor who spelled out the backdoor plan to settle thousands more Syrians past the 10,000 President Obama has pledged to OK this year.


CAIRCO Research

Syrian refugees and national security

Refugee resettlement racket

States declare war on Obama’s Islamic refugee dumping program, Jim Kouri, Conservative Base, April 27, 2016.