Refugee contractors’ lobbying office gives RRW a shout-out
Posted by Ann Corcoran on September 22, 2015
We’ve been telling you lately about the Refugee Council USA (RCUSA) which is a consortium of groups comprised of many ‘NO borders groups, quasi-religious groups, and some of the nine major federal resettlement contractors paid by you to resettle refugees.
These nine contractors are also calling the shots on which towns and cities will “welcome” the “seedlings” (aka refugees). It sure looks like the US State Dept. is lead around by the nose by these supposed non-profit groups.
RCUSA is the lobby shop that originally spurred the Senate Jihad Caucus to write to Obama and ask for 65,000 Syrians (mostly Muslims) to be admitted to the US this coming year (fiscal year 2016 starts in 9 days).
Not satisfied with demanding 65,000, they recently upped the number to 100,000 Syrians and sent a letter to Obama (we told you about it here a few days ago).
You need to see the letter here! Below are the national signatories to the letter, but still see the letter for those who signed on in your state.
They have a Congressional Visit toolkit!
The Refugee Council USA (surely they aren’t using your tax dollars to prepare lobbying kits?) also has a Congressional lobbying kit available at their website. See it by clicking here. We were pleased to see that we have received a shout-out in the kit!
Here is what they say about RRW:
Utilizing anti-immigrant and anti-Muslilm sentiment, individuals who oppose refugee resettlement are making their voices heard louder and more frequently to policy makers. Groups like Refugee Resettlement Watch and similar local groups are calling for an end to refugee resettlement altogether, moratoriums on arrivals to their areas, and fostering unwelcoming atmospheres for newcomers. It is critical that policy makers at local, state and national levels hear from refugees themselves and community members who support refugee resettlement, so they can ask questions, learn more about the importance of resettlement, support positive legislation and oppose proposals that would harm refugees.
Be prepared, wherever you are, for the contractors, who are always looking for more refugees to resettle (again, they are paid by the head), to be using poor refugees as pawns in their political game and bringing them out to meetings as poster children for their efforts to change your town by changing the people. Have sympathy for the refugees because most don’t understand the game. It is the Leftwing organizers/contractors who are working against America that deserve your criticism.
Now, look at the list of groups who signed the letter to Obama demanding 200,000 total refugees for FY2016 with 100,000 of them being Syrian (mostly Muslim) refugees! Yikes, they even have Hamas/CAIR on their team! The federal contractors are in red.
What! No US Conference of Catholic Bishops? Other Catholic groups are listed but contractor USCCB isn’t? And, where is World Relief (one of the nine contractors)? Are they wising up? Didn’t want their names associated with some of these Muslim and hard core Leftwing groups?
African Community Center
Alliance for Citizenship
American Baptist Churches USA
American Immigration Council
American Immigration Lawyers Association
The America Team for Displaced Eritreans
Arab American Institute
Asian Americans Advancing Justice-AAJC
Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA)
Center for Applied Linguistics
Center for Victims of Torture
Church World Service
Columban Center for Advocacy and Outreach
Conference of Major Superiors of Men
Conventual Franicscan Friars – Province of Our Lady of Consolation
Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR!)
Disciples Center for Public Witness
Disciples Justice Action Network
The Episcopal Church (assume this is Episcopal Migration Ministries)
Ethiopian Community Development Council, Inc.
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
Franciscan Action Network
Friends Committee on National Legislation
Holy Spirit Missionary Sisters -USA, Justice, Peace, and Integrity of Creation (JPIC)
Human Rights First
International Catholic Migration Commission
International Rescue Committee
IRAP (International Refugee Assistance Project)
Islamic Relief USA
Jesuit Refugee Service/USA
Justice, Peace and Reconciliation Commission of the Priests of the Sacred Heart, US Province
Karam Foundation, NFP
Kids in Need of Defense
Leadership Conference of Women Religious
Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service
National Immigrant Justice Center
National Immigration Law Center
National Justice for Our Neighbors
National Korean American Service and Education Consortium
NETWORK, A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby
Notre Dame de Namur
Office of Peace, Justice and Ecological Integrity, Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth
The Office of Social Justice, Christian Reformed Church in North America (CRCNA)
Pax Christi USA
Plan International USA
Reconstructionist Rabbinical College
Refugee Congress (USA)
Save the Children USA
School Sisters of Notre Dame, Atlantic-Midwest Province, JPIC Office
Shaam Relief Foundation
Silk Road Leadership
Sisters of Bon Secours, USA
Sisters of Mercy of the Americas’ Institute Justice Team
Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur
Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet
Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC)
Syrian Solidarity Movement
Syrian American Council
Syrian American Medical Society (SAMS)
Syria Relief and Development
Turkish Heritage Organization
Turkish Policy Center
U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants
Union for Reform Judaism
Unitarian Universalist Association
United Methodist Church
United We Dream
Women for Humanity
Women’s Refugee Commission
Zakat Foundation of America
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