Campus Reform published an article on June 7 noting how Elizabethtown College is encouraging Syrian so-called refugees to attend college and offering them money to do so.
Elizabethtown College is offering four-year scholarships to five Syrian refugees as a symbol of its commitment to social justice.
“We’re offering $5,000 additionally to up to five Syrian students who are refugees … in addition to the normal aid that we offer to international students,” school President Dr. Carl Strikwerda told CBS 21, adding that two students have already applied for the program, which requires both an ability to speak English and the same academic credentials expected of other students.
I wrote, “Harrisburg, PA: Islamic Terrorism, Decay, and a Radical Mayor,” at BarbWire.com in March. The analysis and assessment focused on the many problems of the Pennsylvania state capital, and some problems with the surrounding region.
One of the problems plaguing all of south-central Pennsylvania is that the American government is invading it with both illegal and legal aliens, with the area being one of the targets of the Syrian so-called refugee program. I didn’t explicitly write about this but I noted it by linking to an article (the second link below) that focused on it.
Neither the DOJ nor Papenfuse’s comments in defense of Islam are surprising. In addition to their common political ideology, their remarks come as Islam is becoming more prominent in Harrisburg and other parts of south-central Pennsylvania, just as it is becoming more prominent across rest of U.S.
Scholarships for five Syrian refugees isn’t much. But it’s one part of a larger invasion force that is flooding both Pennsylvania and the rest of America. So while the number in the Campus Reform story is small, it’s a reminder of how this invasion often occurs by way of a death by a thousand cuts.
Expect the American government to continue supporting the alien invasion, occupation, and conquering of America. But also expect resistance from the American People to continue growing.