• 16 US State Governors Refuse Orders to Take Syrian Refugee | BPEarthwatch


    Def- It’s hard to see people of the US be so evil to oncoming people. Yet, what we have seen is a harsh policy towards immigrants by Americans. Those same Americans that have families that came here, it’s like the American dream died and was replaced with “America is full, go home”.

    Published on Nov 16, 2015
    States now saying no Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Texas, Wisconsin

    After the Paris Attacks Governors or Lining Up to Refuse the Immigration Orders from Washington. Harvard University has evacuated four buildings on its Cambridge, Massachusetts campus after receiving an unconfirmed bomb threat. Entry to the iconic Harvard Yard is restricted and law enforcement officials are on the scene, the university said. The buildings affected by the evacuation order are the Science Center and the Sever, Emerson and Thayer Halls, Harvard said in an emergency alert to students and faculty. Thayer Hall is a dormitory, while the rest are classroom buildings. The French president demanded a rapid implementation of “co-ordinated and systematic controls” of the EU’s internal and external borders, stressing that it will patrol its national borders if Europe does not comply. This would mean dismantling the European Union. He stated that he was extending the current state of emergency by an additional three months, adding that the French constitution must be amended for crisis situations, allowing dual citizens to be stripped of their French citizenship and barred from the country if they are a terrorism risk. The French president stated that 5,000 police jobs will be created in the next two years. He said there would be no job cuts in the military until 2019. Hollande stressed that the security measures will increase spending, but stated that security is more important than EU budget rules. The leader said he will meet with US and Russian leaders to discuss combining their efforts to destroy ISIS, and called on the United Nations Security Council to rapidly issue a resolution against terrorism. The address marked the first time in more than six years that a French president addressed both houses of parliament, the Senate, and the National Assembly. This is a procedure reserved for constitutional revisions and major presidential speeches. Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy has vowed to electronically tag all 11,500 people on France’s extremist watch list if he retakes the presidency in 2017. Mr Sarkozy also pledged to “expel forcibly all the imams who preach in radical Salafist mosques” in the wake of Friday’s terror attacks in Paris. French newspaper Le Figaro says he wants all suspects and potential extremists placed under house arrest, saying the current situation makes it essential to implement such changes. “There are 520 young French people who are between Syria and Iraq: those who return should be immediately put in prison,” Mr Sarkozy said. Suspects with dual nationality should be deported. The former president also called for the establishment of a “de-radicalisation centre” for people tempted by extremist ideology and said looking at jihadi websites should be a criminal offence in the same way that paedophilia is.