Is It Refugee Resettlement … Or Human Trafficking?

Contributed to TLB by: Truth Serum Today

U.S. Homeland Security says that Human trafficking is a modern-day form of slavery involving the trade of people for exploitation.

Every year, millions of men, women and children are trafficked in countries around the world, including the United States.

It is estimated that human trafficking generates many billions of dollars of profit per year, second only to drug trafficking as the most profitable form of transnational crime.

Human trafficking represents an estimated $35 billion of international trade.

Recognizing key indicators of human trafficking is the first step in identifying victims and can help save a life.

Traffickers look for people who are susceptible for a variety of reasons, including psychological or emotional vulnerability, economic hardship, lack of a social safety net, natural disasters or political instability.

Who would believe that governments around the world are involved in human trafficking under the name of some sort of refugee resettling program?

The safety of the public as well as the victim is supposed to be paramount.

U.S. Deaprtment of State defines the trafficking process as any or all these listed;

  • Recruitment – Transportation – Transferring – Harboring – Receiving of people who may become dependent upon the importing jurisdiction, a situation that may reveal some concept of servitude (slavery) to the questioning public.

Money making schemes for cities, states and municipalities are the drivers for importing migrants.

Governors of states have publicly stated that they have put in personal orders for 5,000 refugees and even conducted high level phone conversations about their positions on refugees with the hopes of a direct call by the President to seal the deal.

Mayors are making a pitch for foreigners by publicly stating they have room for 20,000 or more people of all nationalities in their cities.

Sanctuary city leaders have requested migrants, transients and refugees with no strings attached and why?

Follow the money – It’s all about the money they will receive on a per head basis and money that will be spread across their jurisdictions. Yes – they are being paid to accept refugees and the kindness of heart notion is nothing but more smoke and mirrors.

Other financial benefits and gains come from:

  • EA’s – those who make the arrangements for the refugees to get transferred to an import site or just a plain old detention/processing center
  • NGO’s – Non-Government Organizations designed as part of the law to intercept the refugees and process them through their holding tanks to some destination
  • EBT – as simple as the food stamp program guaranteed under provisions of a refugee law
  • Medicaidand Refugee Medical Assistance – a guarantee granted to refugees under law
  • Education and Cash Assistance – placement in a local school district and cash advancements
  • Public Housing – provided place to live – every effort is usually made to relocate a refugee family close to a family of theirs that they may have resided in the U.S.
  • Drivers License and Votes – the reelection process that the refugee is introduced to
  • Others

The bottom line is that it’s easier for the government to nationalize a group of refugees than it is for the legal immigration progress to complete and much easier to fill the voter funnel.

Who pays for all the people required to make all these things happen with a reasonable amount of certainty – you the taxpayer.

More than $10 billion will be spent for refugees and asylees over the next five years and its on your ticket without a thank you.

Is it trafficking of refugee resettlement concern – you decide!

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