In a dastardly display of the effectiveness of propaganda, the establishment media is just saturated with a heart-rending picture of a young boy in war torn Aleppo. Newspapers and websites across the country had prominent, above the fold images of five-year-old Omran Daqneesh in what is already being described as an iconic photo. The bloodied, shell-shocked boy is being cynically exploited in order to drum up support for a president Hillary Clinton’s first big regime change operation as well as to bully politicians into vastly increasing the number of Syrian refugees admitted to the country.

According to Politico “Obama urged to double refugee intake”:

President Barack Obama is on track to exceed his goal of bringing 10,000 Syrian refugees to the United States this fiscal year, federal records show. But human rights activists, buoyed by a surge of interest in Syria thanks to the viral photo of a bloodied young boy, are hoping he will aim for a much higher target in the following 12 months.

Some are calling on Obama to admit at least 200,000 refugees from around the world, including tens of thousands of Syrians, through the U.S. refugee resettlement program and other routes. That’s effectively twice as many total refugees as the Obama administration has planned to accept in the fiscal year that starts Oct. 1.

The advocates’ intensifying push comes as Syria’s civil war takes a dramatic turn for the worse, with the besieged city of Aleppo bearing much of the brunt of the recent fighting. The picture of Omran Daqneesh, the blood- and dust-covered little boy rescued after an airstrike, has reminded the world of the horror still unfolding in the Arab state.

Obama also is preparing to host a Sept. 20 international summit on the world’s migration crisis, a meeting in which he is expected to urge other countries to double their intake of refugees. The gathering will be held on the sidelines of the U.N. General Assembly in New York City, just weeks before the end of a U.S. presidential campaign in which Republican nominee Donald Trump has made refugees an incendiary topic.

Refugee advocates say they understand the political sensitivities but argue that if the U.S. wants other countries to do more, especially for the millions of displaced Syrians, it has to lead by example.

“It’s not only the right thing to do, but it’s also in the U.S. national security interest,” said Eleanor Acer, senior director for refugee protection at Human Rights First.

The mounting push to entice Obama to run rampant before he’s choppered off of the White House lawn in January meshes with the agenda of Hillary Clinton’s sugar daddy George Soros who according to a recent release of hacked documents lobbied Barry to increase the number of Syrian refugees accepted. It’s vintage Soros, a bloodsucking fiend who is a mastermind when it comes to creating chaos and then profiting off the suffering – like a big fat vulture feasting on a pile of rotting corpses.

Any massive increase in the amount of refugees will serve multiple purposes including further diluting the culture, providing more cheap labor for the corporate backers of the establishment and most importantly of all – creating the base for a new generation of loyal Democrats that will herald a permanent one-party rule along the lines of the thousand year Reich. A Clinton presidency would be a boon to such efforts when considering how wonderfully that her foreign policy has already worked with the Libyan disaster that led to the destabilizing of the Middle East and the creation of the refugee crisis in the first place. With Hillary and her cabinet of warmongering wenches like Victoria Nuland and Michèle Flournoy in waiting, there will be an immediate push to show that they belong at the same table with the big boys and her policies will ensure that the U.S.A. will become the world’s largest refugee resettlement camp.

The truly sad thing is that the picture will influence the decisions of millions of Americans when the vast majority of the dumbasses couldn’t point out Syria on a map.

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