In what some would call karma or payback for UK’s anti Christian, anti Catholic policies and attitudes, going back centuries, the supremacist UNHCR, who decides on behalf of Western nations where refugees are sent, sends Muslims to UK but sends Christian refugees to Germany or Sweden. This is also where the refugees prefer to go, further underscoring the pick and choose lottery win, that the refugee system has become. The word used is “resettlement” which indicates it is permanent with no intention that these refugees will ever be asked to return to their countries of origin. Indeed, “resettling ONE refugee plus FIFTEEN family members makes it clear they are permanently relocating people en masse! This is warfare! This is blatant kidnapping of desperate people to use be used as consumer fodder by oligarchs and multinationals and voter fraud by the occupation governments in the West.
As EuroWars reported here, UK’s tiny number of Syrian Christian refugees has sparked a backlash against the globalist UN.
The globalist UNHCR, the genocidal United Nations refugee agency, has said that its priority is to keep families and those of the same religious faith together – adding that other European countries boast higher numbers of relatives of Syrian Christians than Britain, hence the discrepancy. This is classic genocide – deliberately changing the demographics of a nation!
External Relations Officer for UNHCR UK, Laura Padoan said: “Resettlement is a vital lifeline for vulnerable refugees, but as spaces are limited, they are reserved for refugees deemed to be at greatest risk.
UNHCR strives to keep families and faith communities together in the resettlement process, which is one reason why we have generally submitted more minorities to other European countries (as well as to North America and Australia) than to the UK, where only 0.2 percent of Syrian Christian refugees have relatives.”
It comes after recent criticism of the UN’s approach to resettling religious minorities such as Syrian Christians. Patriots such as life peer in the House of Lords, Lord David Alton of Liverpool, who wrote a letter to embattled British Home Secretary Sajid Javid accusing the worldwide organisation of being “biased” against minorities such as Syria’s Christian refugees when it comes to resettlement.
He told Javid: “There is widespread belief, justified or not, among the religious minorities of Syria that the UNHCR is biased against them. The UK has a legal obligation to ensure it does not turn a blind eye to either direct or indirect perceived discrimination by the UN.
“It is widely accepted that Christians, who constituted around 10 percent of Syria’s pre-war population, were specifically targeted by jihadi rebels and continue to be at risk…As last year’s statistics more than amply demonstrate, this is not a statistical blip. It shows a pattern of discrimination that the Government has a legal duty to take concrete steps to address.”
This statement puts Lord Alton at odds with the genocidal UN, which appears not to share his concern that Syrian Christians are more “at risk” than other Syrian groups. It’s an issue that has dogged the UN over the last few years, with accusations that it has allowed the Christian population to be persecuted. It is clear the UNHCR is only interested in promoting mass immigration into Western countries and cares little for any attempts at an actual solution.
In December 2015, António Guterres, the then-UN High Commissioner for refugees and current secretary-general of the UN was asked to explain the disproportionately low number of Syrian Christians resettled abroad.
Incredulously, Guterres insisted that Syria’s Christians should not be resettled as they were part of the “DNA of the Middle East.” He added that Lebanon’s Christian president had asked him not to remove Christian refugees, reports The Wall Street Journal.
Christian advocacy groups Open Doors, Served, and Middle East Concern 2017 report that the Christian population of Syria has been ‘roughly halved,’ from about 2 million, since 2011.
The report says Germany and Sweden have the highest number of asylum applications and are also popular destinations for Christians.
The authors’ report may also cast doubt on the UNHCR’s reasoning behind their reluctance to recommend that Syrian Christians resettle in a country such as the UK, claiming they can be “part of super-diversity in London.”
Former Archbishop of Canterbury lays the blame for low acceptance numbers of Syria’s Christian refugees at the door of the British government. Lord George Carey alleges that “politically correct” officials were “institutionally biased” against Christian refugees, who are not being resettled in the UK at the same rate as Muslim refugees, reports the Independent.
The Home Office, which has been hijacked by and obeys far left wing groups like Hope Not Hate, has predictably declined to give comment on the low number of Christian Syrian refugees being “resettled” in the UK.