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    Exclamation America Last - Clinton, Bush, Obama, Biden Working Closely to Resettle Afghans Across U.S.

    Clinton, Bush, Obama, Biden Working Closely to Resettle Afghans Across U.S.

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2...ns-across-u-s/

    John Binder 9 Oct 2021

    A non-governmental organization (NGO) backed by former Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama, as well as first ladies Hillary Clinton, Laura Bush, and Michelle Obama, is working closely with President Joe Biden to resettle tens of thousands of Afghans across the United States.

    The NGO, called Welcome.US, was launched by former Clinton, Bush, and Obama staffers with the former presidents’ serving as honorary chairs and receiving backing from Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors which has ties to billionaire George Soros.


    Likewise, the NGO is working alongside multinational corporations like Airbnb, Walmart, Starbucks, Instacart, Facebook, Microsoft, and Chobani to provide newly arrived Afghans with financial assistance. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is also helping to funnel Afghans into American jobs.

    In an interview with National Public Radio (NPR), an official with Welcome.US states that the NGO is in close contact with former Delaware Gov. Jack Markell (D) whom Biden has put in charge of facilitating the massive Afghan resettlement operation.

    “We’re in touch with Governor Markell five times a day,” Welcome.US’s John Bridgeland, who previously worked as a top aide for Bush, told NPR. “… it’s going to be really hard and it’ll be uneven but Markell is setting this up for a better chance of a response than we’ve had in the past.”

    After Afghans arrive in the U.S. at either Dulles International Airport in Virginia or Philadelphia International Airport in Pennsylvania, without having completed their immigration processing, they are brought to one of eight U.S. military bases that have been transformed into refugee camps.

    Currently, about 53,000 Afghans are living temporarily on U.S. bases and the Biden administration is planning to bring an additional 14,000 Afghans to the U.S. for resettlement in the next week. The administration’s goal is to resettle at least 95,000 Afghans across 46 states and in more than 200 American communities.

    Republicans in the House, Senate, and GOP governors are aiding with the Biden resettlement.

    Eighteen Republican governors have asked the Biden administration to resettle Afghans in their states while 49 House and Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to approve $6.4 billion in American taxpayer money for newly arrived Afghans to secure welfare, cash assistance, and driver’s licenses.

    Refugee resettlement costs taxpayers nearly $9 billion every five years. Over the course of a lifetime, taxpayers pay about $133,000 per refugee and within five years of resettlement, roughly 16 percent will need taxpayer-funded housing assistance.

    Over the last 20 years, nearly a million refugees have been resettled in the nation — more than double that of residents living in Miami, Florida, and it would be the equivalent of annually adding the population of Pensacola, Florida.
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    IS bomber kills 46 inside Afghan mosque, challenges Taliban

    Can't wait for the "Cultural Enrichment" and the "Diversity Strength" when this mob of $#@!s gets over here and injects itself into the flabby body politic of Amerika, that is already on the verge of killing each other to death.
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    Y'all gonna call me crazy for saying this is a segway into linking homegrown domestic terrorists to religious terrorists? Bet me..
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    This is the mindset trying to take hold on RPF.

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    "Every lie we tell incurs a debt to the truth. Sooner or later, that debt is paid." - Valery Legasov

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firestarter View Post
    In 2011, when David Miliband (now part of the Biden-controlling Macro Advisory Partners) was Foreign Secretary, one of his "junior" ministers was none other than Lord Malloch Brown: https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-new...up-the-1701039

    David Miliband is also a member of Soros' ECFR.
    Together with Prince Constantijn (also of Macro Advisory Partners) and the widow of his late brother Friso, Mabel.

    See Jonathan Soros, David Miliband and George Soros (with a picture of the greatest liar of the 20th century, and founder of the IRC).



    David Miliband, was paid a cool $600,000 (£425,000) a year as President of the International Rescue Committee (IRC).
    In one of those strange "coincidences", George Soros is a big donor (the largest?) of the IRC
    The-Biden-administration-run-by-Blinken's-WestExec


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    I guess they will receive their packages of C4 in the mail soon after they are settled...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post



    More evidence that Trump is not a team player.


    And to be fair, not all of them are going to be 'bad apples' despite such reporting:


    Mystery surrounds move of Afghan ‘torturer in chief’ to U.S.

    The CIA’s Afghan Proxies, Accused of War Crimes, Will Get a Fresh Start in the U.S.

    The agency prioritized the evacuation of Zero units and their families even as many vulnerable U.S. employees and human rights activists were left behind.

    Andrew Quilty, Matthew Cole
    October 6 2021

    Before the Taliban took control of Kabul in August, the U.S.-backed Afghan commandos known as Zero units were the ghosts of the Afghan battlefield. Along with their CIA advisers, they were feared and, in recent years, virtually invisible.

    But in the hectic, violent weeks between the Taliban victory and the U.S. military withdrawal, fighters belonging to a Zero unit known as 01 — and other linked militias known collectively as National Strike Units, or NSUs — helped the Americans secure Hamid Karzai International Airport. Firing warning shots day and night, 01 fighters sought to corral and search crowds of Afghans and foreigners trying to enter the airport to board evacuation flights, much as Taliban fighters struggled to maintain control at other airport entrances around the same time.

    One evening in late August, an Afghan 01 commander whose fighters were guarding the airport’s northwestern gate asked an Intercept journalist taking photographs to identify himself to the fighter’s American handler. The handler, who was wearing a baseball cap and had a pistol strapped to his waist, suggested that if the journalist wanted to leave on an evacuation flight, he should do so immediately. Soon, the man said, he’d be evacuating “my guys,” referring to the 01 fighters. After that, the gate would be closed for good. The American then turned to the 01 commander and explained the value placed on a free press by citizens of the country to which he and his fighters would soon be flown.

    The CIA prioritized the evacuation of Zero unit members from Afghanistan, flying out as many as 7,000 of the former commandos and their relatives even as thousands of vulnerable former U.S. government and military employees, human rights activists, and aid workers were left behind. NSU commandos refused to allow a former U.S. government interpreter through the airport gates unless she gave them $5,000 each for herself, her husband, and their three children, Al Jazeera reported. The woman, who said she and her relatives were beaten by NSU members at the airport, could not afford the bribe.

    The CIA’s ability to evacuate its allies appears to have far outstripped that of other U.S. government entities and signals its pivotal role in the war. The agency evacuated as many as 20,000 Afghan “partners” and their relatives, the Washington Post reported, nearly one-third of the 60,000 Afghans the U.S. has taken in overall. The CIA did not respond to a request for comment.

    Most coverage of the CIA’s efforts has been laudatory. But the Zero units were known for deadly night raids that killed an untold number of civilians across Afghanistan. The Intercept documented 10 raids conducted by 01 in Wardak Province, southwest of Kabul, in which at least 51 civilians, including children, were killed — many at close range, in execution-style assaults. Most 01 missions were led by a small number of CIA “advisers,” as their Afghan fighters knew them, or U.S. special forces borrowed from the Pentagon’s Joint Special Operations Command.

    “The U.S. should not be offering safe haven to those who committed war crimes or serious human rights abuses,” said Patricia Gossman, associate director for the Asia division at Human Rights Watch, who wrote a report on the units’ abuses. “In Afghanistan, these forces were never held accountable for their actions, which included summary executions and other abuses. The U.S. and any other countries resettling members of these units should screen arrivals and investigate any for their possible involvement in human rights violations.”



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