Christians make up 0.46% of incoming migrant populations. —>
CNSNews reported on 9/12 that 11,491 Syrian refugees have been admitted to the United States in the 2016 fiscal year thus far with just 0.46% of them being Christians.
The statistic amounts to 54 of 11,491 refugees with only 29 identifying as non-denominational Christians.
The numbers prove irrefutably that open border immigration policies are designed to force multiculturalism on Europe and the United States without regard for the potential security risks associated with shipping tens of thousands of unassimilatable migrants to an unfamiliar society.
Worldnet Daily confirmed in 2015 that 1 in 7 refugees has sympathies towards ISIS with 70% of them being young, strong military aged men.
Europe has seen nations devolve into rape havens thanks to the ongoing migrant crisis and relaxed border security stoked by neocons, globalists and cucked leftists.
Christians making up an infinitesimal portion of incoming refugee populations despite being the primary target of radical Islamists further proves that we are witnessing textbook weaponized immigration aimed at growing the welfare state and collapsing the West.
(CNSNews.com) – With three weeks of the fiscal year to go, the Obama administration has exceeded its Syrian refugee admission target by 15 percent, with 11,491 resettled in the United States as of the beginning of this week.
Since President Obama’s goal of 10,000 Syrian refugee admissions in FY 2016 was achieved on August 29, the number continues to pick up steadily.
August ended with a new monthly record of 3,189 Syrian refugee arrivals, and a further 751 have been ushered in so far in September: 749 Sunni Muslims; two Catholic Christians.
State Department Refugee Processing Center data show that of the now total 11,491 arrivals this fiscal year, the vast majority – 11,300, or 98.33 percent – are Sunnis.
Just 54 of the 11,491 – 0.46 percent – are Christians. They comprise 14 Catholics, six Orthodox, four Protestants, one Greek Orthodox, plus 29 refugees identifying themselves simply as “Christian” rather than by denomination or sect.
The remaining 137 are made of up of 20 Shi’a Muslims, 90 refugees described simply as Muslims, 17 Yazidis, four Jehovah’s Witnesses, five refugees identified as “other religion,” and one as having “no religion.”