After powerful Jewish pro-immigration groups like HIAS publicly complained about the low number of asylum seekers being allowed into the U.S., the Biden administration abruptly changed their policy and raised the quotas — quadrupling them from the levels under Donald Trump:
On Friday, US president announced that he’d keep his predecessor’s historically low 15,000-per-year limit.
In an about-face, US President Joe Biden said over the weekend that he will increase the maximum number of refugees admitted this year to the United States from 15,000, a figure set by his Republican predecessor.
Biden drew the ire of refugee advocates and certain Democratic lawmakers when he signed an order on Friday limiting US refugee admissions to the historically low cap set under former President Donald Trump, shelving a plan to raise it to 62,500.
But as criticism mounted, the White House issued a statement saying Biden would set a “final, increased refugee cap” for the remainder of this fiscal year by May 15.
Biden’s Friday order represented a blow to advocacy groups that wanted the Democratic president to move swiftly to reverse the policies of the Republican firebrand.
Biden, who took office in January, had signaled two months ago plans to raise the cap during the 2021 fiscal year ending on Sept. 30, but held off on actually doing so.
“Facing the greatest refugee crisis in our time there is no reason to limit the number to 15,000. Say it ain’t so, President Joe,” said US Senator Dick Durbin, among many statements to similar effect.
Hours later as the complaints flowed in, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said in a statement the original announcement had been “the subject of some confusion” and that a final refugee cap for the year would be set by May 15.
But that’s not the end of it — HIAS is on record as stating it is their agenda to flood America with literally hundreds of thousands of asylum seekers each year — one top of regular immigration quotas.
Keep in mind they are publicly advocating this detrimental policy knowing full well that Robert Bowers — the gunman who opened fire on the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh — specifically mentioned HIAS’s aggressive pro-immigration policies as triggering him to commit violence.
Obviously, the Jewish elites at HIAS have an arrogant and dangerous disregard for the safety and well-being of average Jews in America — if they truly cared about Jews, they would have a more moderate stance on immigration that’s more in line with national polls that show the majority of Americans do not support immigration at this time.
Instead you have Jews like Bari Weiss who openly brag that it was not a “conspiracy theory” that Jews strongly support the flood of Third World refugees into America.
Or her fellow traveler, Barbara Lerner Spectre who admits that Jews know they will be resented for their promotion of Third World immigration — that is to say, “diversity” — into White nations only.
It would appear that Jews believe that if they can flood White nations with Third World refugees, White people will be distracted from “The Jewish Question” and focus instead on the problems these immigrants bring with them — especially violent crime.
In reality, openly advocating for Third World immigration serves only to make the average citizen far more likely to wake up to The Jewish Question — and not come just to the conclusion that lots of “smart” Jews have won Nobel Prizes.
But it’s really simple math: the more they push their agenda, the more antisemtism there will be — as history should have taught them by now — 109 times — and they have no one to blame for it but themselves.
And the more efforts that Jews make to combat antisemitism will also create more antisemitism — meaning that they should just stop what they are doing because it’s self-defeating.