Vermont refugee worker charged with embezzling from non-profit’s clients

Originally posted on Refugee Resettlement Watch:

Just a quick story in our favorite “welcoming” state of Vermont.  Clearly a former refugee herself, it’s alleged that Ms. Mbayu stole from other refugees.

If convicted Mbayu could get ten years in the slammer.

From the Burlington Free Press  (hat tip: Joanne):

A former caseworker at the Association of Africans Living in Vermont is facing a charge of embezzlement for pocketing $34,000 in tax refunds of two of her clients in recent years, Burlington Police said Friday.

Francine Mbayu, 43, of Burlington is due in Vermont Superior Court on Oct. 30 for arraignment on the felony embezzlement count, police said.

Detective Cpl. Michael Hemond said Mbayu diverted the tax refunds of the two victims between 2011 and 2014 into her bank account and illegally retained all or a portion of each refund.

I would love to dig into the financials for the Association of Africans Living in Vermont

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Muslims crucify a dog and a cat to a cross in Malta – in earmarked Islamic territory


can not add any words except they are equal to cockroaches

Originally posted on The Muslim Issue:

This is the suspicious effect of Muslim immigration.

A dog was found crucified (crucifixion=șalb) and hanging up side down from a cross at the Rotunda in Mosta, Malta. Later a cat was also found crucified and hanging up side down from the cross on St Philip’s statue, also in Mosta. The police have found several similar cases of crucified animals “in recent years” (2011). Haven’t we all had a rapid escalation of unique crimes “in recent years” that is usually found in Islamic societies. Malta had a mass-asylum influx of over 3,000 Muslim last year alone. And they will only keep coming.

What does this crucifixion of animals mean? It means “you” are next. “We’re coming to take you (Christians) down”. Although police arrested a mentally ill man in 2011, Frangisku Buhagiar, for killing his own sister and additionally accused him of the first crucifixion of an animal…

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Two Thumbs Up For Those Conservative God-Fearing Obstructionists!


we need more of this , it’s time all to wake up and join in great post

Originally posted on Cry and Howl:

To any and all liberals who think the demise of America is because the Homo-in-Chief and his band of perverts and racists were “obstructed” from completely “transforming the United States” from a free nation to one run by tyrants … know of a certainty you and the likes of Barack Obama and his ilk will be obstructed every step of the way by patriots who love this nation. We’ll not sit back and let you undermine the Constitution, God and the people who have given their lives to make this nation great.

So, go eat your Burger King homo-burgers  (one liberal phony said he was going to buy a dozen, and I’ll be a month’s pay he didn’t … why? because liberals lie)  and dry those tears.

Here are some young folks who obstructed anti-God liberal freaks and I think it’s one of the best examples of how we’re not going…

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WHAT? 600,000 Can’t Vote in Texas

 In this country where you have to have some sort of ID just to get your electricity turn on , why then do these people in any of the states not have ID’s.   I KNOW , I KNOW maybe they are illegally here or some other kind of criminals. Being poor is no excuse. My Mother was very poor but she had an ID so what is your excuse? This is not Racism either, it’s either your to dam lazy to get off the couch and get one or you maybe don’t care whether you vote or not.

Texas voter ID laws were upheld by the Supreme Court Saturday morning.

CBS news radio reported from court documents that 600,000 in Texas (mostly poor black and Hispanic) will not be able to vote with the new voter ID laws in place because they do not have any of the valid forms of ID which includes the following seven forms:

  • Texas driver license issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS)
  • Texas Election Identification Certificate issued by DPS
  • Texas personal identification card issued by DPS
  • Texas concealed handgun license issued by DPS
  • United States military identification card containing the person’s photograph
  • United States citizenship certificate containing the person’s photograph
  • United States passport

I ask you, why wouldn’t someone have at least one of these forms of ID? Motor Vehicles will give people who don’t drive a photo ID. One reason I can think of is that many are here illegally.

What should have been a unanimous decision was split 6-3 in favor of Texas enforcing voter ID laws according to the hill.

Inexplicably, a lower court ruled that requiring ID for voting targets minorities.

The lower court said in its ruling that “The law was initially struck down by a federal judge last week, who said the “alleged goal of preventing voter fraud does not outweigh the discriminatory effect on the poor, African-Americans and Hispanics.”

But the 5th Circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals reinstated the law for the upcoming election on the grounds that such a drastic change so close to Election Day would be too disruptive.

Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan dissented.

The law sets out seven forms of approved ID — a list that includes concealed handgun licenses but not college student IDs, which are accepted in other states with similar measures. Student IDs are easily doctored.

The left claims there is little in the way of voter fraud. I can only speak for my region where voter fraud is rampant in some areas and probably in the BOE itself. If cases of potential fraud go before the judges, they want more evidence but time limits are too short to get the details they require. In the BOE, I’ve received reports that the unionistas in charge of the machines go in the back to take care of them before votes are fully counted and one has to wonder what they’re doing.

Voter rolls take years to be cleared of people who have moved or died and it leaves open the possibility of fraud.

We have to present voter ID to listen to a speech by Eric Holder or Barack Obama, to march with the NAACP, to take out a library book, to see a doctor, and there is no reasonable excuse for not requiring adequate voter ID to vote. What is shocking is that 3 Supreme Court justices want to prevent voter ID laws.

On The Separation Of Islam And Planet…

On The Separation Of Islam And Planet…

Ebola In America: Six Reasons To Panic

Originally posted on MidnightWatcher's Blogspot:

Caution: The article below tells it like it is and offers not a single encouraging word of comfort to the reader. “If you think about Ebola and mutation and aerosolization and R0 for too long, you start to get visions of Mad Max cruising the postapocalyptic landscape with Katniss Everdeen at his side.” But do not fear, for we serve a sovereign God who knows the end from the beginning and remains in control even when everything else seems to spin out of it …

Jeremiah 32:17, “Ah, Lord GOD! Behold, You have made the heavens and the earth by Your great power and outstretched arm. There is nothing too hard for You.”

By Jonathan V. Last, The Weekly Standard – “As a rule, one should not panic at whatever crisis has momentarily fixed the attention of cable news producers. But the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, which…

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Their will wait and see attitude is going to bite them back

Travel security advisories – Flight bans and closures
Last Updated: October 16, 2014 22:15 GMT  
 where is the common sense, once it hits one of these big cities look out the Ebola is going to hit the fan

Members can log into and view the travel alerts on the relevant country pages for more detail.
Anticipate travel disruption due to Ebola-related flight bans, health screening measures

The authorities in several countries have implemented entry restrictions to curtail the spread of Ebola from countries that have Ebola cases, while air carriers have restricted flights or modified schedules. Flights serving destinations inside and outside Africa may also be subject to diversion or delay with little or no warning in order to quarantine passengers suspected or claiming to be exhibiting Ebola-like symptoms.

Underlining the potential for such disruption, an Air France flight from Paris (France) to Madrid (Spain) on 16 October was grounded in the Spanish capital after a passenger who had travelled from Nigeria complained of feeling unwell. The passenger was subsequently quarantined in a local hospital. Earlier, a US Airways flight from Philadelphia (US) on 8 October was halted on arrival in the Dominican Republic after a passenger falsely claimed that he had contracted Ebola. The aircraft was then inspected by health officials, causing a delay of several hours.

Health screening has also been implemented at ports of entry and departure in various countries throughout West Africa and is being introduced in Europe and North America countries as well. Specific details of restrictions such as those listed below are difficult to verify and subject to change, while the implementation of state-imposed entry conditions can vary. Similarly, flight schedules may change at short notice.

Travellers departing from countries affected by an outbreak of Ebola should seek itinerary-specific guidance from the relevant authorities on screening procedures and documentation requirements. They should also reconfirm the status of flights before setting out and allow additional time during arrival and departure to pass through enhanced medical screening.

Travel Briefing

Entry restrictions

  • Kenya on 10 October announced that it had closed the Suam border crossing (Trans-Nzoia county) with Uganda due to reports of an Ebola-related death in Bukwo district (Uganda). Earlier, the Kenyan authorities on 19 August suspended entry of passengers travelling from and through Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, excluding health professionals supporting efforts to contain the outbreak and Kenyan citizens.
  • Cape Verde on 9 October announced that it would now deny entry to non-resident foreigners coming from countries with ‘intense Ebola transmission’ – Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia – or who have been to those countries in the previous 30 days.
  • Mauritius on 8 October banned entry to all travellers who have visited Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Guinea, Liberia, Senegal and Congo (DRC) in the last two months, rather than just citizens of those countries, as was the case previously. The authorities have announced that entry restrictions for travellers from Senegal and Nigeria will be lifted on 10 October and 17 October respectively, if no further cases of Ebola infection are reported.
  • Seychelles on 8 October suspended entry to travellers who have visited Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea, Nigeria or Congo (DRC) 28 days prior to their journey, with the exception of Seychellois citizens.
  • Côte d’Ivoire has reopened in early October its borders with Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia.
  • Equatorial Guinea is denying entry to travellers whose journeys originated in countries affected by Ebola.
  • Cameroon on 17 September reopened its borders to travellers from Senegal. An 18 August ban remains in place on travel from Nigeria, Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
  • Southern African Development Community (SADC) member states – Angola, Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Seychelles, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe – have stated that travellers coming from Ebola-affected countries (according to the World Health Organisation, WHO) would be monitored for 21 days and that travel to member countries for any gatherings would be discouraged. The SADC provided no details as to how member countries will carry out the associated screening and follow-up and it is likely that countries will have individual processes. There are also reports that some countries require health documentation for entry. Travellers are advised to contact the embassy or health ministry of their destination country to clarify their individual circumstances and prepare their trips accordingly.
  • South Sudan has placed a ban on travellers coming from Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia or Congo (DRC), or those who have travelled to those countries in the preceding 21 days. According to the health ministry, entry of travellers from Nigeria depends on their travel history in that country and whether they have visited Ebola-affected areas.
  • Namibia’s foreign ministry on 11 September announced that foreigners travelling from countries affected by Ebola would be prohibited from entering the country.
  • Gambia on 1 September suspended entry of persons who have visited Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone or Nigeria in the 21 days prior to travel. Those travelling indirectly from any of the aforementioned countries to Gambia via another country also come under this measure.
  • Côte d’Ivoire announced on 23 August that it had closed its land borders with Guinea and Liberia.
  • Gabon stated on 22 August that it is restricting the issuance of entry visas to travellers from Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Nigeria on a case-by-case basis.
  • Rwanda, according to the US Department of State on 22 August, has banned entry to travellers who have visited Guinea, Liberia or Sierra Leone in the 22 days prior to travel.
  • Senegal on 21 August closed its land border with Guinea, while the country’s sea and air borders will also be closed to vessels and aircraft from Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
  • Chad on 21 August closed its land border with Nigeria at Lake Chad. The country previously reportedly banned the entry of any travellers originating or transiting through Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria or Sierra Leone, with airlines serving the country reportedly rerouting flights.
  • South Africa on 21 August restricted entry for all non-citizens travelling from Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. The government subsequently clarified that this was not a blanket ban and could be waived for ‘absolutely essential travel’.

Flights and other transport

Countries that have implemented Ebola-related travel restrictions:

  • Gambia has banned the entry of flights from Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria and Sierra Leone.
  • Gabon has banned the entry of flights and ships from countries affected by Ebola.
  • Senegal has banned flights from Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
  • Cameroon has banned flights to and from Nigeria.Chad has suspended all flights from Nigeria.
  • Nigeria has suspended flights to the country operated by Gambian national carrier Gambia Bird.
  • Côte d’Ivoire has now lifted the ban on passenger flights from Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.

Details of airlines that have restricted flights to Ebola-affected countries:

  • Air France suspended flights to Sierra Leone from 28 August.
  • The Togo-based carrier Asky Airlines has suspended flights to and from Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
  • Arik Air (Nigeria), Gambia Bird and Kenya Airways have suspended services to Liberia and Sierra Leone.
  • British Airways has extended their suspension of flights to Liberia and Sierra Leone until 31 December.
  • Emirates Airlines has suspended flights to Guinea.
  • Korean Air suspended flights to and from Kenya from 20 August.
  • Senegal Airlines has suspended flights to and from Conakry (Guinea) until further notice.

Other airlines have modified their routes but are still operating regular scheduled services. These include:

  • Royal Air Maroc
  • Brussels Airlines.

Medical screening

Entry and exit health screening is now in place in numerous countries throughout West Africa and is being introduced in Europe and North America countries as well; related measures can include the partial closure of land borders, ports and river crossings in an effort to restrict cross-border travel. Members should allow additional time to pass through medical screening and not travel if they are sick. Staff should continue to monitor local media and this website for developments.

Travel Advice Summary

  • Defer non-essential travel to Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
  • Travellers flying from countries affected by Ebola should enquire with the relevant embassies or health ministries about any requirements conditioning entry at their destination, and prepare accordingly.
  • Reconfirm bookings on all regional routes as increased demand is likely. We do not hold information on specific flights.
  • If your flight is disrupted because of suspected Ebola cases, contact the Assistance Centre for additional advice and support with onward travel.
  • Allow additional time during arrival and departure to pass through enhanced medical screening.
  • Do not travel if you are sick. Persons with fever or other Ebola-like symptoms may be taken to designated centres or have entry/exit denied.

Lesbian Mayor of Houston, Texas, turns Nazi to Silence Free Speech? You Decide!


run her out on rails

Originally posted on MN Prager Discussion Group:

The lefty human female animal of any sex is a human animal habitually disdainful of free speech, knowledge, and problem solving. She is a decorator and complainer rather than a builder or inventer. She emotes first, last, and in the spaces in between each feeling. She feels what evil might include or might not include, feels rather than thinks words she uses in conversations public or private, and collects feelings which habitually overpower logic and truth, particularly if she is a feminist by day, and feminist by night.

She disdains history and learnedness…..they are so disgustingly male!

She is an Obamaling.

Woe are thinking Americans who have to endure any angry feminist of today’s vintage as the mayor of their city, governor of their state, or woe to everything, if president of their nation.

You think the feminist, Barack Hussein Obama, is foreign to truth, is too foreign to respect…

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Senators request GAO study on how the Office of Refugee Resettlement is handling the UAC issue

Originally posted on Refugee Resettlement Watch:

The press release from Senators Grassley, Hatch and Coburn just released today reads as follows (hat tip: Rosemary).

WASHINGTON – Senators Chuck Grassley, Orrin Hatch and Tom Coburn are asking the Government Accountability Office to review policies of the Office of Refugee Resettlement, the agency charged with caring for unaccompanied minors crossing the southern U.S. border.

Senator Charles Grassley of Iowa and others want answers from the Office of Refugee Resettlement. Good luck!

The senators questioned the ability of the Office of Refugee and Resettlement (ORR) to accommodate the recent influx and how the office has prepared to deal with another surge which the administration suggests could include up to 145,000 more unaccompanied minors.

“The increase in the number of unaccompanied children crossing the border has strained the capacity of ORR and its grantees to provide them with appropriate accommodations and has raised questions about ORR’s management and oversight of…

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