Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Planned refugee resettlement in Spartanburg, SC presents watershed moment

Via Michael via NCR

Stephan Bauman is CEO of World Relief and one of 5 employees making a six-figure salary largely on your dime while advocating for 65,000 Syrians be resettled in your towns and cities! 

What do I mean by that?


I mean that because federal resettlement contractor, World Relief (National Association of Evangelicals), decided to target that town, of all places, we have made an enormous leap in our understanding of how the secretive UN/US State Department Refugee Admissions and Resettlement program operates.

Additionally we are gaining a model for citizen involvement and a blueprint for what needs to happen going forward.

Spartanburg also ties in to the much larger issue in Washington right now—-should we do what the UN wants and admit 65,000 Syrians to the US in the next year or so?  World Relief is on record with a resounding—YES!

And, to top it all off, since Spartanburg happens to fall in the district of the chairman of the subcommittee responsible for the US Refugee Program, we hold out hope that oversight hearings will be scheduled soon to begin to review a program that has literally become a multi-billion dollar a year industry that is way too large and way too secretive.


  1. In today's environment where we'd vote Obama into office twice do you think that the public will demonstrate an outcry for this event?

    Destroying America, every chance they get.

    1. Destroying America, every chance they get.

      Their traitorous goal.

  2. Hopefully the lll's of that AO won't let them off the buses. A silent but armed human chain across the gate will speak volumes- we ought to make the media the real weapon in this one...
    "Sovereign Citizens Only"

    1. A silent but armed human chain across the gate will speak volumes-

      Good point/thought.

  3. This is a planned invasion by insiders and outsiders like martians falling out of the
    sky. It is not humanitarian aid as they could do this in the refugees own countries.
    And it seems everybody is on board except for a very few and those who aren't
    on-board are afraid to speak up. This article explains it well and the Trojan horse
    is being placed everywhere: