Montana writer: “…the U.S. to become welfare agency for the whole world.”
Posted by Ann Corcoran on March 18, 2016
Unfortunately this is one of those days where I have too many demands on my time to be able to write much.
But, definitely wanted you to see this excellent opinion piece in the Montana Standard about the proposal to re-open refugee resettlement in the state of Montana.
As you know, Wyoming has never had a program, see our recent post by clicking here, but Montana had a tiny program that died nearly eight years ago. Open borders activists are working now to re-open big sky country to third worlders.
This is Paul Nachman, a Montana citizen activist, who knows just how the program works and opposes it for the state. Use this piece for guidance when writing letters-to-the-editor where you live.
First, refugee resettlement in the U.S. is hardly the work of private, sacrificial charity that one might expect from the names — such as Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, and Episcopal Migration Ministries — of prominent national “voluntary agencies,” or “volags,” involved.
Nachman goes on to discuss the International Rescue Committee (the refugee contractor that would like to open its doors in Montana), fraud in the program, and the expansion of the definition of who is a ‘refugee.’
Go here to read it all. Leave a comment!
Visit all of our posts on the raging controversy in Montana by clicking here. See especially this post where we reported on a presentation by Nachman to an audience of 500 in Kalispell—a pocket of resistance!
And, especially since this is election year, don’t miss all of our posts on Hillary and David Miliband! Click here and see how the one-worlders (including George Soros) have been pals for years.
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