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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

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Refugees USA, Inc.

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Map of refugee arrivals 1/1 – 8/15, 2016
(Click to enlarge)

Massive numbers of “refugees” are currently being imported into the United States. If I recall correctly, the Obama administration’s stated goal is to bring in 100,000 this year. Refugee resettlement is a big business now in the USA, driven by lavish funding from the federal government with additional assistance from Soros-type NGOs. In particular, mainstream Protestant denominations are cashing in on the windfall by offering their services as charitable experts to help resettle the new arrivals.

See Refugee Resettlement Watch for the best information on the cultural enrichment that will be coming soon to a location near you — if it isn’t there already.
The place to go for figures on the arrival of refugees is the website of the Refugee Processing Center, which is run by the State Department. The RPC logo gives you a feel for the multiculti ideology behind the operation. Just look at the rainbow of inclusion! And those little stick figures must represent happy children dancing in the joy of their diversity. Or maybe they’re running away from bombs being dropped on them by the evil Assad regime. Who knows? In any case, like most corporate, government, non-profit, and mainstream Christian logos, it looks like it was drawn by a kindergartner.
The RPC site features an automated system called the Worldwide Refugee Admissions Processing System (WRAPS), which delivers the resettlement data in downloadable reports of various formats.
There’s a lot of material on the site, and I’ve only just begun to dig out the available information. There’s an entire section on the special program for bringing in Syrian and Iraqi refugees, but I haven’t even started on that part. While I was there this morning I concentrated on the Interactive Reports, which allow the user to enter start date, finish date, and various other criteria before generating the report.
Using data for January 1, 2016 through today (August 15), I downloaded the graphic shown at the top of this post, and an Excel report for the same period. After throwing out the useless bumf that was included in the spreadsheet, I was able to import the raw data into an Access database, normalize it, and link it with the “Countries” table I already have. That allowed me to query it in various ways to get a feel for the numbers.
The first table below shows the total refugees brought in broken down by religion. I grouped the Muslim sects together (interestingly enough, WRAPS calls them “Moslems”) in the top section. They didn’t label Ahmadiyya as Muslim, but I’ve included it. I assume that “Moslem Ismaici” is what I call “Ismaili”, but I’m not sure.
I was surprised that the number of Muslims is so low, slightly less than half of the total. It’s still disproportionate, but not as disproportionate as I expected.
The second table breaks those totals down by country. There’s a heavy emphasis on Syria, Somalia, Iraq, and Bangladesh. It looks like State is bringing in a fair number of Rohingya from Burma, and even more Burmese Christians. But no Uighurs from China! Not yet, anyway.
For additional background, I included the estimated percentage of Muslims in each of the countries listed.
I haven’t had time yet to do any further analysis, but here’s the data for everyone to look at.

Table 1: Refugees 2016, broken down by religion
Religion Number
Ahmadiyya    221
Moslem  8,707
Moslem Ismaici      9
Moslem Shiite  2,806
Moslem Suni 11,345
Total Moslem
 
23,088
Animist     92
Atheist     30
Bahai    367
Baptist  1,335
Buddhist  1,874
Cao Dai      3
Catholic  2,554
Chaldean     73
Christian  9,059
Coptic      4
Evangelical Christian    196
Hindu  1,191
Jehovah Witness    302
Jewish    120
Kaaka’i     21
Kirat    592
Lutheran     26
Mennonite      5
Methodist    783
No Religion    235
Orthodox    955
Other Religion     73
Pentecostalist  3,364
Protestant  1,517
Sabeans-Mandean    238
Seventh Day Adventist  1,420
Ukr Orthodox      2
Uniate     87
Unknown      2
Yazidi    226
Zoroastrian    140
Total Non-Moslem
 
26,886
Overall Total 49,974
Table 2: Refugees 2016, broken down by country of origin and religion


Country Muslim Religion Number
Afghanistan 99.0% Baptist      1
Christian     27
Moslem     31
Moslem Ismaici      9
Moslem Shiite    949
Moslem Suni    577
No Religion      2
Other Religion      4
Angola 1.0% Christian      3
Armenia 2.0% Christian      1
Evangelical Christian      4
Jehovah Witness      6
Pentecostalist     14
Azerbaijan 93.4% Jewish     17
Bangladesh 88.0% Moslem Suni      1
Baptist     14
Evangelical Christian      6
Jewish      6
Pentecostalist     88
Belgium 3.5% Protestant      2
Bhutan 1.0% Buddhist    951
Christian    775
Hindu  1,138
Kirat    591
Other Religion      3
Burundi 10.0% Baptist      4
Catholic     80
Christian     65
Jehovah Witness     14
Methodist     10
Moslem     27
Pentecostalist    229
Protestant     39
Seventh Day Adventist     27
Cambodia 3.5% Buddhist      7
Cameroon 20.0% Atheist      2
Catholic      4
Christian      1
Pentecostalist      1
Protestant      2
Central African Republic 15.0% Catholic      9
Christian      1
Moslem      9
Pentecostalist      2
Protestant     14
Chad 54.0% Moslem      1
China 3.0% Christian      6
No Religion      6
Other Religion     21
Colombia 0.2% Catholic    151
Christian     93
Evangelical Christian     24
Jehovah Witness      4
No Religion     42
Other Religion      1
Pentecostalist      2
Congo (Dem. Rep. of) 2.0% Bahai     19
Baptist    223
Catholic  1,275
Christian  1,916
Jehovah Witness    186
Mennonite      5
Methodist    766
Moslem    271
No Religion      3
Other Religion     26
Pentecostalist  1,770
Protestant  1,031
Seventh Day Adventist  1,263
Congo 10.0% Catholic      3
Christian      7
No Religion      1
Protestant      3
Côte d’Ivoire 38.6% Baptist      1
Catholic     18
Christian      7
Evangelical Christian     14
Moslem      1
Moslem Suni      1
Other Religion      1
Pentecostalist      3
Protestant     11
Croatia 1.3% Moslem Suni      2
Cuba 0.0% Baptist      5
Catholic     82
Christian      2
Evangelical Christian      7
Jehovah Witness     41
No Religion     54
Pentecostalist      9
Seventh Day Adventist      9
Djibouti 99.0% Moslem      1
Egypt 91.0% Christian      2
Coptic      4
Moslem      4
Moslem Suni      1
Orthodox      5
El Salvador 0.0% Atheist      1
Catholic    136
Christian     54
Evangelical Christian     43
Jehovah Witness      9
No Religion     33
Other Religion      1
Pentecostalist      1
Seventh Day Adventist      1
Eritrea 50.0% Catholic    149
Christian     85
Evangelical Christian      1
Jehovah Witness      4
Moslem    208
Moslem Suni     14
Orthodox    651
Pentecostalist     57
Protestant     74
Unknown      1
Ethiopia 47.5% Atheist      2
Baptist     24
Catholic      5
Christian    143
Lutheran     26
Moslem    282
Moslem Suni      1
Orthodox     75
Other Religion      3
Pentecostalist     22
Protestant     57
Seventh Day Adventist      1
Gabon 1.0% Christian      2
Georgia 9.9% Christian      1
Pentecostalist     10
Guatemala 0.0% Catholic      2
Guinea 85.0% Moslem      5
Honduras 0.0% Catholic     26
Christian     12
Evangelical Christian     15
Jehovah Witness      1
No Religion     10
Pentecostalist      2
Seventh Day Adventist      2
India 12.0% Christian      1
Hindu      3
Indonesia 88.2% Christian      1
Iran 99.0% Atheist     23
Bahai    348
Christian  1,060
Jewish     46
Kaaka’i     17
Methodist      1
Moslem     14
Moslem Shiite    162
Moslem Suni     31
No Religion     60
Orthodox      2
Other Religion      3
Protestant    224
Sabeans-Mandean    183
Seventh Day Adventist      2
Zoroastrian    140
Iraq 97.0% Atheist      1
Baptist      1
Catholic    343
Chaldean     73
Christian    162
Evangelical Christian      1
Kaaka’i      4
Moslem    156
Moslem Shiite  1,651
Moslem Suni  2,442
No Religion      4
Orthodox    211
Other Religion      1
Protestant      4
Sabeans-Mandean     55
Yazidi    216
Jamaica 0.2% Christian      1
Jordan 95.0% Moslem      4
Kazakhstan 47.0% Baptist     28
Evangelical Christian      2
Jehovah Witness      5
Jewish      3
Pentecostalist     12
Seventh Day Adventist      7
Kenya 7.0% Christian      2
Moslem      2
Kyrgyzstan 80.0% Baptist      4
Evangelical Christian      3
Pentecostalist     28
Seventh Day Adventist      3
Laos 1.0% Christian      7
Liberia 20.0% Catholic      7
Christian      7
Pentecostalist      2
Libya 97.0% Moslem Suni      1
Malaysia 60.4% Christian      1
Moslem      2
Mali 90.0% Moslem      1
Moldova 0.1% Baptist    137
Evangelical Christian      2
Jehovah Witness     21
Jewish      4
Pentecostalist     91
Seventh Day Adventist     33
Mongolia 4.0% Buddhist      1
Myanmar 4.0% Animist     92
Baptist    342
Buddhist    896
Catholic    193
Christian  4,251
Evangelical Christian     24
Hindu      3
Methodist      6
Moslem  1,855
Moslem Suni      7
Other Religion      4
Pentecostalist      5
Nepal 4.2% Buddhist      6
Christian      1
Hindu     11
Kirat      1
Nigeria 50.0% Christian      6
Pentecostalist      1
North Korea 0.0% Christian      4
No Religion      4
Norway 1.6% Moslem      1
Pakistan 96.4% Ahmadiyya    221
Catholic      6
Christian     78
Moslem      7
Moslem Shiite     27
Moslem Suni      4
Protestant      1
Moslem      8
Moslem Suni     20
Russia 15.0% Baptist     82
Evangelical Christian     12
Jehovah Witness      3
Jewish     21
No Religion      2
Pentecostalist    134
Seventh Day Adventist     25
Uniate      2
Unknown      1
Rwanda 4.6% Baptist      8
Catholic     17
Christian     14
Jehovah Witness      6
Moslem      6
No Religion      3
Pentecostalist      5
Protestant      2
Senegal 94.0% Catholic      1
Moslem      8
Sierra Leone 60.0% Christian      3
Somalia 100.0% Christian      1
Moslem  5,253
Moslem Suni    268
Pentecostalist      1
South Sudan 7.0% Catholic      7
Christian     81
Moslem      1
Protestant     10
Sri Lanka 7.0% Catholic      8
Christian     12
Hindu     36
Sudan 97.0% Catholic     14
Christian     91
Evangelical Christian      8
Moslem    474
Moslem Suni     83
Orthodox      5
Protestant     33
Sweden 4.0% Moslem      2
Syria 88.0% Catholic      3
Christian     28
Moslem     50
Moslem Shiite     17
Moslem Suni  7,888
No Religion      1
Orthodox      5
Other Religion      5
Yazidi     10
Thailand 5.0% Buddhist      1
Togo 13.7% Catholic      1
Christian     13
Tunisia 99.0% Moslem Suni      1
Uganda 15.0% Catholic      7
Christian      9
Moslem     12
Pentecostalist      1
Protestant     10
Seventh Day Adventist      1
Ukraine 0.5% Baptist    460
Christian      1
Evangelical Christian     24
Jehovah Witness      2
Jewish     12
No Religion      7
Pentecostalist    873
Seventh Day Adventist     46
Ukr Orthodox      2
Uniate     85
Uzbekistan 89.0% Atheist      1
Baptist      1
Evangelical Christian      6
Jewish      4
Moslem      3
Orthodox      1
Pentecostalist      1
Vietnam 0.9% Buddhist     12
Cao Dai      3
Catholic      5
Christian     15
No Religion      3
Yemen 99.0% Christian      3
Jewish      7
Moslem      8
Moslem Suni      3
Zimbabwe 1.0% Catholic      2
Christian      3
Hat tip: Mark Spahn.

Which US city welcomes the most refugees?