Welfare for Gitmo prisoners released as free men in US
Although I don't wear a cape and elaborate turban I am a seer operating without a crystal ball; American Thinker blog posts are a better, more contemporary substitute. Why just last week, upon learning that Puerto Rican terrorist defender and now U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder revealed
Some of the Guantanamo Bay prisoners could be released into the United States while others could be put on trial in the American court system, Attorney General Eric Holder said on Wednesday.
(Those) who can be released, there are a variety of options that we have. Among them is the possibility that we could release them into this country," he said.
But of course. And once they're firmly ensconced in the U.S. they will be given all their due as legal immigrants including, but not limited to: free bilingual education with promises Americans will learn their language and respect and finance their customs and religion; certified as a government approved minority to poorly compensate them for the historic evil the U.S. imposed on their ancestors; the unlimited right to bring in all their family to this country who will have the unlimited right to bring in their family who will have...; full welfare benefits enabling them to live better than the average working American plus more to ensure that these outstanding new immigrants finally fulfill the promise of our Founding Fathers (those bigoted white men such as George Washington) that this country finally becomes diverse, pluralistic and multi cultural.
And lo! It quickly came to pass...
In an interview yesterday our new National Intelligence Director Dennis Blair admitted
Some of the detainees, deemed non-threatening, may be released into the United States as free men, Blair confirmed.
That would happen when they can't be returned to their home countries, because the governments either won't take them or the U.S. fears they will be abused or tortured. That is the case with 17 Uighers (WEE'-gurz), Chinese Muslim separatists who were cleared for release from the jail long ago. The U.S. can't find a country willing to take them, and it will not turn them over to China.
Blair said the former prisoners would have get some sort of assistance to start their new lives in the United States.
"We can't put them out on the street," he said.
No, of course we can't put them out on the streets. But "the U.S. fears they will be abused or tortured" in their home countries? Huh? But all the libs claimed the U.S. tortured them at Guantanamo; living in the U.S. is another form of torture they continue, so why aren't they protesting this great social injustice and demanding these innocent prisoners be returned to the paradise of their home countries?
So we will pay--through our taxes--for "some sort of assistance to start their new lives in the United States." Perhaps, invoking freedom of religion, the U.S. will pay the Saudi funded mosque and school in Virginia that has recently been accused of teaching hate and advocating the destruction of the U.S. "to help them start their new lives in the United States."
And you don't want to hear my predictions on the result of that.
hat tip: Drudge Report
UPDATE: Guantanamo inmates may be released in USA...