What struck me the hardest in this post was reading Ngunza’s complaining about feeding his family.
Sorry, dude, I don’t care–and whatever the hell possessed you to think you needed ELEVEN kids?
“Life got harder for me when I came to America…Most of the time, I wish I could go back to the refugee camp in Africa.”
This story represents one of my major reasons for writing RRW for the last 10 years.
The do-gooders want ever-greater numbers of refugees admitted to the US despite the fact that many will live in poverty while many of the CEOs of the major resettlement agencies are raking in large 6-figure salaries.
Damn it! If you ‘humanitarians’ care so much for the world’s downtrodden, why do you need to be making salaries in excess of $200,000, $300,000, $500,000 largely funded by the US Treasury?
For the camera, IRC CEO David Miliband shows compassion for children in Nigeria, but where is the compassion for refugees his organization dropped off in Utah and are now living in squalor or are homeless. Doing well by doing…
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