The Hebrew Immigration Aid Society—America’s largest Jewish organization working full time to import hundreds of thousands of nonwhite invaders pretending to be refugees into the US—has slammed the latest “refugee” screening announcement by Donald Trump—while at the same time backing the state of Israel, which refuses to take in a single “refugee.”
The Hebrew Immigration Aid Society (HIAS) was originally founded in the late 1890 to help funnel Jews into the US, but, has since the end of the Cold War, focussed mainly on bringing nonwhite “refugees” into America, and has official status with the US government.
HIAS was also behind the February 2017 legal challenge against Trump’s executive order entitled “Protecting the Nation from Terrorist Entry into the United States.”
According to a new statement on the HIAS website titled “Why This Refugee Ban is Just as Bad as the First Two,” Trump’s “original executive order banning refugees on January 27” caused “chaos and the cruelty was palpable.”
“In the weeks and months since, the Trump Administration has continued to relentlessly craft, implement and defend policies that slam the door on refugees, immigrants and asylum seekers, though often times done so away from the spotlight,” the HIAS statement continued.
“Similarly, the new ‘enhanced vetting procedures’ announced on October 24 might appear on the surface to be more benign than the first two executive orders, but these new rules will prevent already-vetted refugees from finding safety here in the near future, or at all.”
HIAS said the 90 day ban for refugees from 11 countries “will mean more confusion and heartbreak for thousands stuck in limbo,” and that the “11 countries—Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Mali, North Korea, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Syria, Yemen—accounted for nearly half of all refugee admissions in Fiscal Year 2017.”
HIAS’ president and CEO Mark Hetfield said that the “U.S. is decimating the refugee resettlement program at a time of unprecedented global need.”
“In response, HIAS and other advocacy groups are now calling on Congress to step in and reassert America’s humanitarian leadership. For HIAS’ supporters in the American Jewish community, the call to welcome remains paramount. 380 congregations have joined the HIAS Welcome Campaign, a national network of local communities advocating for, and directly assisting in, refugee resettlement,” the HIAS statement concluded.
The actual regulations announced by Trump, as detailed in a statement on the Department of Homeland Security’s website, are “designed to intensify screening in order to keep nefarious and fraudulent actors from exploiting the refugee process to enter the United States,” and not to halt the refugee program at all.
“The security of the American people is this administration’s highest priority, and these improved vetting measures are essential for American security,” said Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Elaine Duke.
“These new, standardized screening measures provide an opportunity for the United States to welcome those in need into our country, while ensuring a safer, more secure homeland.”
The new measures entail “increased data collection to more thoroughly investigate applicants, better information sharing between agencies to identify threat actors, and new training procedures to strengthen screener ability to detect fraud and deception.”
The DHS statement added that “Following the implementation of these improved measures, the administration will recommence refugee resettlement processing.”
In other words, Trump has actually agreed to continue the nonwhite invasion of the US by these fake refugees. All are fake because none are fleeing for their lives, and all have crossed numerous “safe” countries before coming to the US—both these stipulations being outlined in international law as prerequisites for recognition as refugees.
In October 2014, HIAS demanded that the US take in even more Syrians (“A Call for the U.S. to Resettle More Syrians as Part of Multifaith Effort,” OCT. 29, 2014).
For example, as recently as September 19, 2017, the “Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations applauded the establishment of the first permanent U.S. military base in Israel in which Israel Defense Forces and U.S. military personnel will work together on a day-to-day basis to enhance Israel’s defensive capabilities.”
HIAS’s latest attacks on Trump are therefore, just more blatant hypocrisy and double standards—demanding that white Americans accept hordes of fake refugees, while supporting Israel, which has the exact opposite policy.
It is the old rule at work once again: one law for the Jews, another for the Gentiles.