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St. Cloud, MN billboard removed when Catholic Charities complains

Posted by Ann Corcoran on February 18, 2016

Here is the news from the Minneapolis Star Tribune yesterday (just as the Pope was doing his publicity stunt on the Texas border).

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A picture worth a thousand words. (Readers this is one more way for you to get your message out and educate the public!) Photo: Jason Wachter at MN Star Tribune.

 

The local Catholic Charities in St. Cloud complained that the sign was inaccurate because their particular branch of CC didn’t actually place Somali Muslims in St. Cloud (that is the job of Lutheran Social Services).  The sign company agreed to remove the sign.

However….

It is accurate that Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis do resettle Somali Muslims (a shocking number of their ‘youths’ have gone on to become international jihadists), so for the whole state of Minnesota the sign’s message is accurate.  We told you as early as 2011 that Catholic Charities was one of three phony non-profits (federal contractors) that first brought Somali Muslims to Minnesota beginning in the 1980s.

Go here to see one of dozens and dozens of posts about the ‘Somali youths’ who received the benefits of US citizenship, welfare as they grew up, and some even obtained college educations and still went on to become (or attempted to become) Islamic terrorists.

Minneapolis Star Tribune story begins:

A billboard that targeted Catholic Charities for resettling Muslim refugees was taken down Wednesday, just days after it was installed in St. Joseph Township in Stearns County.

The sign, which read “Catholic Charities Resettles Islamists: EVIL or INSANITY?” was apparently paid for by an individual who hired Franklin Outdoor Advertising to post it along a highway a few miles west of St. Cloud, where Somali immigrants have been targeted by anti-Muslim groups.

A spokesman for Catholic Charities in St. Cloud said the office reached out to the advertising firm after an employee spotted the billboard to notify the firm that the office isn’t involved with refugee resettlements. Franklin Outdoor agreed to remove the sign due to the inaccuracy, said Steve Bresnahan, the executive director of Catholic Charities of the Diocese of St. Cloud.  [Again, it is not inaccurate for the entire state!—ed]

Continue reading here.   The St. Paul/Minneapolis Catholic Charities admits it resettles Somali Muslims.

Chuckling!  How many passersby saw this sign in Stearns County before it was removed compared to how many will see it now that Catholic Charities forced its removal… help get this story out far and wide!

Go here for a huge archive on St. Cloud (a pocket of resistance)!  Go here to see which other towns in Minnesota ‘welcomed’ Somalis over a ten year period.  And, don’t miss this recent post where we reported that over 43,000 Somalis have been admitted to the US just since Obama took office. Minnesota is destination #1 for Somali colonization.

22 Responses to “St. Cloud, MN billboard removed when Catholic Charities complains”

  1. […] St. Cloud, MN billboard removed when Catholic Charities complains […]

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  2. […] St. Cloud, MN billboard removed when Catholic Charities complains […]

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  3. It appears to me the Catholics are worse than the Muslims for trying to infiltrate and take over America from the influx of the Catholics from south of the border invading America

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  5. you bring them here I will be taking them down, plain and simple

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  8. […] That’s technically correct. It’s actually Lutheran Social Services that has been paid by the federal government to bring Muslims to St. Cloud. But Catholic Charities is not off the hook when it comes to statewide resettlements of Muslims in Minnesota, says Ann Corcoran, a refugee watchdog who blogs at Refugee Resettlement Watch. […]

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  9. […] That’s technically correct. It’s actually Lutheran Social Services that has been paid by the federal government to bring Muslims to St. Cloud. But Catholic Charities is not off the hook when it comes to statewide resettlements of Muslims in Minnesota, says Ann Corcoran, a refugee watchdog who blogs at Refugee Resettlement Watch. […]

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  10. […] That’s technically correct. It’s actually Lutheran Social Services that has been paid by the federal government to bring Muslims to St. Cloud. But Catholic Charities is not off the hook when it comes to statewide resettlements of Muslims in Minnesota, says Ann Corcoran, a refugee watchdog who blogs at Refugee Resettlement Watch. […]

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  11. Reblogged this on Kerberos616.

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  12. […] St. Cloud, MN billboard removed when Catholic Charities complains […]

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  13. Carl said

    Reblogged this on Carl’s Pflugerville Political Website and commented:
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  14. I sure would like to congratulate whoever thought this up and funded it. Was it FAIR, NumbersUSA, or some gallant local heroes? in any case, I think we can learn many valuable lessons from this effort, and perhaps they won’t be able to take it down so easily next time.

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  15. ralph glorioso said

    Ann: The Catholic Corporation is always aggressive when thwarting any threats to its recruitment of customers, whether illegal Mexicans or “legal” Muslims. Selling salvation is big business. Thank you, Ann, for maintaining your newsletters to keep us informed.

    Ralph GloriosoEx-Catholic, now confirmed Deist.

    Date: Thu, 18 Feb 2016 11:31:59 +0000

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  16. Dr. Rich Swier said

    Great. Posted: http://bit.ly/20GsA5T

    Rich

    On Thu, Feb 18, 2016 at 6:31 AM, Refugee Resettlement Watch wrote:

    > Ann Corcoran posted: “Here is the news from the Minneapolis Star Tribune > yesterday (just as the Pope was doing his publicity stunt on the Texas > border). The local Catholic Charities in St. Cloud complained that the > sign was inaccurate because their particular ” >

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  17. Thank you, patriotic “individual,” we need to see much more of this!

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  18. TwoLaine said

    Why take it down? Why not just change the name from “Catholic Charities” to “Lutheran Social Services”? Simple. Next…

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  19. That would have been accurate then!

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  20. Could they have not just changed the sign to: ELCA Lutheran’s…the other liberal church!

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