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A DIRE Warning On Afghan Refugees


She isn’t being alarmist…..

I recently wrote an article on how Greece was prepping its border for another migrant refugee crisis—this time caused by Afghans fleeing the collapsing state.

I’ll say now what I said then: I remember the reports coming out of Malmo Sweden of migrants engaging in rampant sexual abuse, assault, rape, child molestation, and what can only be referred to as gang violence.

I remember hearing about the migrant who was caught molesting a little boy, but claimed that he was suffering from “a sexual emergency”, and was let off the hook by Swedish authorities.

The waves of migrant related crime which gripped Europe during their previous migrant crisis in 2014-2016 were barbaric and completely unnecessary—they did NOT have to happen.

Now Cheryl Benard, who has worked with refugees before, is sounding the alarm on one refugee population in particular: Afghan refugees.

Let’s take a look at what she and others had to say:

Benard’s article appeared in The National Interest:

But there was one development that had not been expected, and was not tolerable: the large and growing incidence of sexual assaults committed by refugees against local women.

These were not of the cultural-misunderstanding-date-rape sort, but were vicious, no-preamble attacks on random girls and women, often committed by gangs or packs of young men.

At first, the incidents were downplayed or hushed up—no one wanted to provide the right wing with fodder for nationalist agitation, and the hope was that these were isolated instances caused by a small problem group of outliers.

As the incidents increased, and because many of them took place in public or because the public became involved either in stopping the attack or in aiding the victim afterwards, and because the courts began issuing sentences as the cases came to trial, the matter could no longer be swept under the carpet of political correctness.

And with the official acknowledgment and public reporting, a weird and puzzling footnote emerged. Most of the assaults were being committed by refugees of one particular nationality: by Afghans.

CBS 4, a local CBS News affiliate, reports that Ted Cruz is also concerned with the vetted status of Afghan refugees:

Cruz said if 10,000 refugees are placed at the facility those 10,000 refugees can choose to leave.

Cruz said he does not have faith in the administration in the vetting process of the refugees due to the failures taking place in Kabul.

“There are many people who I believe assisted the U.S. I’m glad we are getting them out of harm’s way, but I think we should be getting them to a safe third neutral country rather than making the U.S. vulnerable,” he said.



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