We’ve discussed in these pages on several occasions how many so-called “refugees” crossing international borders, and demanding asylum and all sorts of social services and support (at the expense of the taxpayers of their host nations, of course), are not refugees at all – they’re economic migrants. The preponderance of young men of military age from most of the world’s conflict zones demonstrates that conclusively. They’re not families fleeing to protect their children – they’re taking advantage of the gullibility of Western governments and the “refugee industry” that’s grown up around them, making money out of their presence in the form of government grants and fund-raising efforts.
That’s happening again with alleged “refugees” from Ukraine – who are clearly, obviously, not Ukrainian and not born in or originally from that country. An Irish independent citizen investigator has just demonstrated that. The video below is only a few minutes long, but it’s worth watching. (A tip o’ the hat to IOTWReport for locating the video.)
I wonder how many thousands – possibly hundreds of thousands – of fake “refugees” are currently fanning out all across Europe, claiming to be from (or affected by) the crisis in Ukraine? I note that President Biden has offered to accept up to 100,000 Ukrainian refugees. Will they be any better vetted for fraud and false pretenses than those Ireland-bound “refugees”? I very much doubt that . . .
what is the definition of the word "invasion"?
May we assume that none of the national refugee-processing agencies have Ukrainian-speaking staff to interview the refugees in what's supposed to be their native language?
Of course they don't. If they did, they might have to separate the real refugees from the invaders that they seek to import as an available fifth column to be used to destroy what is left of the productive American middle class when called to do so.
Probably to be initiated by food shortages or .gov benefits "unavailability".