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Welcome to the Obamanation of ‘multiculturalism’; Columbus Police use pepper spray to handle unruly Somali crowd.



Columbus police used pepper spray to control and disperse a larger-than-expected crowd of people who had gathered at a Northeast Side church yesterday to sign up for a subsidized-housing waiting list.
We now have foreign “gimmiedats” in addition to the population of citizen derelicts who collect welfare because it’s so much easier than working for a living.  There was a time when immigrants were legal and they actually assimilated into the American melting pot. Now, they just set up enclaves and expect government handouts.
FYI:  The Somali Community Association of Ohio website lists the following facts: 45,000 Somalis live in Ohio; 99.9 percent are Muslim; 40 percent have become U.S. citizens; and 57 percent are eligible to become U.S. citizens, emphasis on the “eligible” part. 
Authorities said the crowd that gathered at Mount Hermon Missionary Baptist Church, 2283 Sunbury Rd., numbered more than 1,000 and consisted mostly of local Somalis.
Neighbors of the church started calling police about 6:30 a.m. to complain about loud music, blaring car horns and people parking in private driveways, according to police call logs. Some in the crowd started arguing with neighborhood residents, according to subsequent calls to police.
Eventually, someone from Heritage arrived to set up for the event, and police records indicate that the crowd then rushed the doors. That’s when police officers used chemicals to control the crowd. The event was canceled.
A sign on the rental-office door of the apartment complex said the sign-up was being assisted by My Brother’s Keeper, a social-service ministry of the church.
The apartment complex has 384 units, according to its website. A sign on the door said the sign-up was for a pre-application to get on a waiting list and that only the first 200 people would be accepted.
Hassan Omar, the leader of the Somali Community Association of Ohio, said many Somalis already live at Heritage. Columbus is home to the second-largest Somali community in the United States, and housing is a real problem for them, Omar said. Families are large, and many crowd into too-small apartments. Anytime word of a vacancy spreads, people want in, he said. >>>MORE<<<

thank you MOM


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