A federally funded education program for Somali refugees in New Hampshire has been put on hold after accusations by another group of Somali refugees that it was teaching ‘Muslim doctrine.’
The accusations arise out of a longstanding rift in the Somali community between Somali Bantus, a minority in their homeland, and the majority.
“There’s been a lot of rumors about bad blood between the different factions, said Dan Calegari of Southern New Hampshire Services. “I work with these people daily. There’s never even been any hint of religious activity. … It really comes down to animosity between different segments of the Somali population.”
Somali Bantus, the descendants of African slaves, are a marginalized minority in Somalia that suffered greatly during the country’s civil war. Many were evicted from their farmland by other Somalis and fled to neighboring countries. Thousands of these refugees eventually made their way to the United States.
There is a language difference between Somalis and Bantu Somalis, said Idhow, which is how the rift all started. Because some Bantu refugees were more fluent in their own tribal language than Somali, the local elders thought it best to have a group that specifically served the Somali Bantu community.
Hilariously, the folks at this website looked at this story and decided it was the sign of a left-wing conspiracy.
Last night we heard from reader Thomas in response to the Manchester Somali story I posted yesterday. He confirms for us that the Cloward-Piven strategy* to overload the welfare system with poor and angry people was well-established in radical leftwing circles 40 years ago! Thank goodness we are all catching on, I just hope it’s not too late for us.
Apparently, Cloward-Piven is to nativists what Area 51 is to the UFO people. Sadly, I’ll have to report this to my overseers back in Moscow. A black helicopter will be sent to mutilate their cattle…