Japan Infuriates Obama by Doing This to His “Refugees”… This Is EXACTLY What America Should Do
This whole refugee process isn’t having much success — especially in Japan.
Just 11 of the 7,533 people who have applied for refugee status have been granted access into Japan, according to a new report by the Associated Press. In fact, in Japan, the envied refugee status has been granted to fewer than 1 percent of those who have requested it over the last five years.
For a quick comparison, Germany has taken in 40,000 refugees since 2013 and the United States has pledged to accept 10,000 Syrian refugees.
Interestingly enough, many Japanese immigration officials said they had reason to believe that some applicants were just job seekers, not people seeking refuge.
Unlike America, the Land of the Rising Sun enforces a incredibly strict border policy — out of 22,559 people who have applied for asylum in Japan since 1982, only 633 received it, according to figures cited in the report.
The president of the United States, as well as our Congress, should follow in Japan’s footsteps. Charity is important, but the safety and security of residing citizens comes before any political maneuvering and humanitarian efforts.