- First of all, this studies the stories of Syrians settling in Iceland, a land that is completely different than the United States from a cultural, religion, language, laws, and societal perspective. To think that anything learned about this Iceland experience is transferable to the United States is ridiculous.
- Second, the round trip flight for two researchers to fly from California to Iceland would be over $4,000. This would consume more than 10% of the entire budget from the grant. Add in hotel reservations and other travel expenses and I would estimate that 15-20% of the entire budget would be spent just on travel expenses. The point here is what kind of good data are you going to get on a mere $39,000? None, all you did is provide some free vacation money for some college researchers who did not get enough resources to do any kind of decent research which even if it was good research, it would not be applicable to our problems with refugees.
Much of that displacement happened in the Middle East where 1) the terrorist group ISIS, that Obama once classified as the JV team of the terrorism world, has had much success in rampaging through large swaths of Syria and Iraq with little resistance; since Obama and the rest of the world have never had a plan to defeat to defeat ISIS, world setting refugee records should not be a surprise and 2) Obama and Clinton launched an illegal and un-Constitutional war to topple the government of Libya, leaving a void that terrorists quickly filled which caused untold thousands of Libyans to become refugees.
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