Testimony to the US State Department from Shoemaker in South Carolina
Posted by Ann Corcoran on May 19, 2016
Editor: This is another copy of testimony submitted in response to my offer to post testimony that readers have sent, or are sending, to the US State Department before close of business today. Your testimony can be long or short, more detailed or less so. Just send something! And, then be sure to copy it to your elected officials. You have a few more hours to send in your testimony!
This is insanity of a very special kind!
To Whom it May Concern:
When the history of our era is written, it will do a great deal of damage to the reputations of either the people living today or to the historians who write the history because it is frankly unbelievable.
We know the people of the United States and our government officials have been warned repeatedly by ISIS that terrorists are being insinuated into the refugee and pseudo-refugee (per international law, a refugee is someone fleeing for life and limb, who has reached a place of refuge – upon leaving it, they are no longer refugees) groups migrating from Muslim countries.
So what does our President and State Department do? They double down and ask for more money to bring more “refugees” here.
We see what is happening in England (hundreds,maybe thousands of girls groomed, abused and treated like sex-slaves by Pakistani male gangs, for example —http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/police-knew-grooming-gangs-were-9518461). Police were afraid to let the public know – now we know, but the implications are still being ignored.
This is insanity of a very special kind. None dare call it treason, but making America vulnerable to the kind of “hope and change” Angela Merkel is bringing to Europe, is nothing less than treasonous. Our elected officials have duties to the security and domestic tranquility of our people. They are not upholding their oaths of office and you are not helping them to do so.
You do not even follow the law requiring you to consult with communities. Our communities have elected officials to represent the entire community. Education officials, Welfare bureaucrats, etc., are not elected by the community. You should be consulting with state legislators, and county and city council members – but these are among the last to know. Could it be because they represent the people who you do not want to have informed about your plans to insert very needy, dependent families and individuals into their towns and villages? The obvious conclusion anyone paying attention has to come up with is this one. Your program is deliberately secretive.
Most people paying attention to what is happening to this country, and especially those who have read the “Welcoming New Americans” report that was posted on the White House website on April 15, 2015 (attached), know that the flood of “refugees” coming to America are not coming to improve our culture but to change it; not to improve our economy, but to exploit it; not to increase job opportunities for Americans, but to replace them. As the report indicates, the immigrant new Americans helped by the leveraging of resources from 18 Federal agencies, are to be taught to navigate our system, become credentialed and successful in business and government and learn to function as communities within communities. When the time is right, they will join together and become a nation within a nation.
In short, we are on to what you are doing and we are making plans to put a stop to it. We realize that too many people (but fewer all the time) still believe this is an humanitarian project, but Mr. Trump does not believe this and since there will soon be a new administration, you might want to convert what you are doing to something genuinely humanitarian.
Here are some common sense suggestions:
Federal money now being spent to move poor, uneducated and unskilled people to America should be allocated to States trying to recruit able Americans to fill jobs. If American family relocation was subsidized the way you are subsidizing whole family relocation of refugees, unemployed Americans would find it easier to relocate.
Terrorist organizations like ISIS should be eliminated by our military and those who are displaced by military action, should be helped as close to their homes as possible. We know this kind of help is preferred by most refugees. It is also much cheaper than relocation and resettlement in America. Your own records show massive mental health problems in the “new American” population. Could movement from a 7th century culture to a 21st century culture have something to do with this? (Reports from our local child welfare experts indicate that might be the case. What are we doing? Your refugee resettlement program appears to be an abusive program. Abusive to all concerned.)
How can this program be good for our country?
I would like an answer to this question.
This is the tenth testimony in our series leading up to the deadline for testimony at 5 p.m. today, May 19th. Go here for where they are archived. We are posting as many as we can because we know the US State Department has refused in the past to make them public (so much for Obama transparency!).
I will continue to post testimonies even after the deadline. I was not expecting so many!
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