Reconsidered Compassion

  • In the past few months I am sure we have all heard, talked about or gotten involved in one way or another about or with the Syrian refugee crisis. We have seen pictures, news accounts and reports about millions fleeing the conflict there. The first to see this was Turkey, then Hungary and then the rest of Europe was inundated with thousands upon hundreds of thousands tramping into their countries. World leaders came to the call and have taken in these fleeing folks. I myself have become involved in the sponsorship of a refugee family from one of the UN camps. They are a displaced Christian family, who even feld persecuted at the UN camps because of fear from the Muslim refugees in those camps. Now I hear about the compassion we must show these refugees because they are in such rough shape and insuch dire need. I have heard account after account those who fled to Europe, a great many had no identification or visa's of any kind. Well one does not need to be a genius to see the possible security risk here. We in North America have it a bit better on that note, but I fear not much. I was shown an article today that was from German Chancellor Merkel that Germany plans a mass deportation within the next year. It seems that Chancellor Merkel is finding that there isn't going to be an integration into German society but rather a segregated one. That is a growing problem in all the refugee locations. It used to be that when one immigrated to a new land they assimilated to the society they immigrated to. That is not the case any more and more and more people world wide are seeing it, and not liking it very much. The German Leadership are doing something about it. Germany is realizing that such segregation will lead to discord and eventually violence. It is being seen all throughout Europe that Sharia obeying Muslim male refugees are not just trying to apply that law on European women, they are forcing it with beatings and yes even murder. I would like to ask this; How many Arab Nations have taken in refugees from Syria? I have seen articles where the Arab nations have built tent cities outside their domain, but have taken into their countries "0". I have heard that there have been offers to build Mosques needed for prayer, In other countries, just not theirs. Saudi Arabia is said country. How many has Iran taken in? Let's face it, this burden is being left up to the Western World to take care of. Now comes a turn in the road, How much can the Western World take? With a great many destination countries having difficult economic times, how much can these countries take with an influx of say 250,000 people? Let's face it Food costs money, health care costs money, housing costs money... you get the picture right? Now throw into the mix the thousands of people that are already homeless, going without food, health care, needed medicine, in the target countries. How does a Governance explain how tax dollars are going to help refugees from a country far away, and not them. I know for a fact that it costs at minimum $32,000 for a family of 5 for one year. Now a family of 5 at $32,000 a year is hard, but workable. That adds up to a bit over $6,000 per person. Now here's the rub multiply $6,000 by 10 to 30 million.... how about 35 to 40 thousand. These numbers will send a country into a spin quickly. Now let's look at the cultural issues, Already there are news stories after stories about the Burka and Niqab issues. In establishments throughout the world Ski masks are forbidden when entering establishments. People have been asked to leave establishments with them, yet seeing Muslims walking in with these coverings claiming religious reasons. They are not religious garments, they are Sharia garments, and it is causing issues. Attacks on Muslim women have taken place, Arguments at Motor Vehicle departments have taken place from Americans refusing to remove their hats for license photo's because Burkas are being allowed. In many cases refugees are demanding that their host Nations bend to their belief systems and cultures and refusing to assimilate to the host country that has taken them in and been very compassionate and generous. In the United States Numerous State Governors are saying " Not to my State" They are speaking in solidarity that they will not host forced acceptance of refugees by the Federal Government. These Governors not only worry about the economies, Unemployment, and aide, they also worry about violence. Not just from the refugees to their citizen's, but the citizen's towards the refugees. As the news stories of terrorist attacks continue, and refugee attacks on citizen's continue, I am afraid that more than Germany are going to reconsider their compassion..... And that's the way I see it ...... December 15th, 2015..... Goodnight North America.......

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