Sunday, May 13, 2018

Rich Brit, Anish Kapoor, funding community organizing to promote refugees in North Carolina

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Rich Brit, Anish Kapoor, funding community organizing to promote refugees in North Carolina

The federal resettlement contractor, one of nine***—Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society—crows about their pro-refugee political advocacy campaign in a recent blog post on their website.

Titled:

In North Carolina, Local Advocacy Trainings Boost Action for Refugees

It is maddening isn’t it that the refugee industry is rolling in (foreign) money to promote more refugees for your towns, cities, states, but take heart and consider that grassroots efforts by patriots to educate the public about the downside of too much immigration in places like Minnesota (without funding for advocacy training by rich Brits) is having an impact as I said here the other day.

HIAS making plans for North Carolina…..

5 comments:

  1. Our country is being sold to the highest bidders. Someone gets a payday but not most citizens. No! You will pay the bill for the immigrants legal and illegal. Do you know a "refugee" family receives about $5000 a month in direct aid? Hope you like paying more taxes.

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  2. I'll be 76 in July. Thankfully, I'll miss the inevitable coming apocalypse.

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    1. My fortune teller says you'll live to 88! :)

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  3. Out in Avery County where I live $5000/mo is a lot more that the average American family makes. These "people", I'll guarantee that they are displaced yankees, have ruined the North East dumps where they came from and now they want to ruin the beautiful state of North Carolina. The sad thing is I don't know how or even if they can be stopped. Imagine the good that could be done for our fellow citizens of Appalachia with the $1,100,000 used to resettle "refugees"?

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    1. Imagine the good that could be done for our fellow citizens of Appalachia with the $1,100,000 used to resettle "refugees"?

      Indeed.

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