Another incident involving a ‘refugee’, in news from El Cajon, California. A man, shot by the police while behaving ‘erratically’, has since died at a local hospital.
The inevitable unrest, protests, and agitprop from the media follow in the wake.
“A black man was shot in an encounter with El Cajon Police Tuesday, multiple witnesses said, while a woman wailed nearby, demanding to know why police shot her brother.
Hours later, police officers told NBC 7 San Diego the man, now identified as Alfred Olango, was acting erratically and failed to comply, although they did not release details on the specific threat he presented to officers.”
The man is said to be a refugee, ‘with mental problems’, from Uganda. The news stories I’ve seen don’t indicate whether he is one of the latest wave of ‘refugees’ from African coming across the Southern border, or whether he arrived earlier.
Somewhat amusingly, CNN’s news story referred to the Ugandan man as ‘African-American.’ If he is a refugee, obviously he’s not an ‘African-American’ nor any kind of American at all, simply Ugandan or African. But political correctness results in just such kinds of absurdities.
Speaking of incidents involving refugees, someone in the comments section at Refugee Resettlement watch asked the other day if Arcan Cetin, the Turkish shooter at the mall in Washington State was a refugee. That question immediately occurred to me when his identity was disclosed — not that it is ultimately relevant whether a homicidal foreign person arrived as a refugee or as an immigrant. The fact is such people need not be here, and should not be here, as our promiscuous ‘immigration’ and refugee policies are a disaster. And even less does it matter whether an immigrant was illegal or legal; both kinds have proven to be a problem in too many cases. Major Hasan, the notorious Fort Hood killer, was the child of parents who came here legally, as were the Tsarnaevs.
Legal or illegal, it’s irrelevant ultimately. Being legal does not make someone a good choice for American residence or citizenship.
But was Arcan Cetin a refugee or the son of refugees? Neither, it appears. I had read from a comment online, ostensibly from somebody who knew the family, that his mother had married an American who was in the miltary over in Turkey, and he brought mother and son to this country — legally, of course, and I’d bet that there are probably a number of other relatives who are now here via chain migration.
This story verifies some of those details. It also mentions his blog postings in connection with his religion:
“One post on Cetin’s Tumblr page urged readers to repeat the phrase “Subhan Allah” (“Glory to God”) 10 times “and then reblog this, do not stop reblogging it.”
But of course according to the media, his motives are unknown.
The Cetin story has all but vanished from the media, and I expect we’ll hear little about it as it can’t easily be turned to good use by the media propagandists. But it is necessary, it seems to me, to mention these facts because there is still some talk on the Internet that he was just a disgruntled ‘beta male’ who was spurned by some girl, and that she was the intended target of his shooting spree. Not true, or at least that does not appear to be his main motivation.
It’s also assumed by quite a few that the supposed ex-girlfriend was one of those killed at the mall, and this is evidently incorrect; the victims were apparently unknown to him. He was just seething with resentments and went after random targets — probably White people, though one of his victims had a possibly Hispanic name.
Whether these problem ‘refugees/immigrants’ arrive by one means or another, or whether they are here legally or otherwise is not the main concern; it’s that our policy of admitting just anybody, especially people from hostile countries and cultures, is costing us many lives, as well as destroying our cultural fabric and our social cohesion. It is not in any way beneficial to us; it serves interests other than those of the people of this country. It’s in fact killing us, quickly or slowly.