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RCUSA, lobbying arm of refugee industry, kicks off month of action tomorrow

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 31, 2018

RCUSA=Refugee Council USA.  That is the consortium of Leftwing Open Borders groups, led by the nine refugee contractors, headquartered in Washington DC.

It is not a surprise that they are ramping up their political agitation in August when Congress is in recess and as the September deadline approaches for the President to consult with Congress about his “Determination” for how many refugees could be ‘welcomed’ to America in FY19 which begins on October 1, 2018.

Here is a screenshot of a portion of the page at their website giving their troops marching orders for August….

 

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RCUSA, by the way, was mentioned in my previous post as it was this lobbying office that alerted contractors, like World Relief, to not talk to any of you who might call their subcontractors’ offices looking for information on what they were planning for your town.

Here is just a bit of what they are telling their supporters (but you need to read it all, here.)

Be an Advocate

Developing relationships with, and educating policy makers is necessary if we want to see welcoming policies and attitudes towards refugees. A powerful constituent visit involves impacted communities and allies who join together. Having a team of refugee leaders, resettlement staff, volunteers, employers, faith groups, and other community members who meet regularly is essential in building meaningful relationships with policy makers. It is important that policy makers understand that their constituents care about refugees, and that refugees are their constituents — they live, work, and contribute in their communities, obtain U.S. citizenship, and vote.

[….]

Engaging National and State Elected Leaders

At the national and state levels, individuals who oppose refugee resettlement are making their voices heard loudly and frequently to policy makers. These groups utilize anti-refugee, anti-immigrant, and anti-Muslim rhetoric and draft legislation to engender fear and foster hostile atmospheres for newcomers. More than 80 bills have been introduced in the last couple years that would dismantle or significantly damage the U.S. refugee resettlement program. In 2018, we faced 14 anti-refugee bills in 11 states and 10 anti-refugee/anti-immigrant bills in 6 states, as well as 11 pro-refugee bills in 6 states and 67 pro-refugee/pro-immigrant bills in 20 states. If we want policy makers to support positive legislation and oppose proposals that would turn our backs on refugees and violate our values of welcome and hospitality, then they need to hear from refugees and supportive community members.

Go here for links to their tool kit, and further instructions.

Of course they are exactly right about one thing—after all they are professionals—that you must let your elected officials know how you feel about more refugee resettlement to America! (Even if you think your Washington reps are useless!).

Since RCUSA was behind demonstrations against Trump (#NoMuslimBanEver) they have gained a new member!

 

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See all 25 members here:   http://www.rcusa.org/members/

 

See previous RRW posts on the Refugee Council USA by clicking here.

8 Responses to “RCUSA, lobbying arm of refugee industry, kicks off month of action tomorrow”

  1. There should really be a moratorium on these phony agencies who are trafficking refugees to be cheap labor for large corporations. I am sending a link to this article: https://www.aljazeera.com/amp/news/2018/07/sexual-abuse-endemic-aid-sector-report-180731111837724.html

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  2. With President Trump having blocked at least six countries from coming here they may not get anywhere with their thinking that all they have to do is send voters in to talk the politicians into going along with this crap. The smart one’s won’t do it they would be to afraid of their constituents turning on them.

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    • futuret said

      Trump may have blocked some countries, but THAT IS A JOKE, we have sleeper cells in this country that are ready any time to kill and destroy us. The best thing to do, is to stop all forms of immigration, change the law, whereby that a anchor baby born in this country does not make the infant automatically a citizen. THESE DAYS WE HAVE PEOPLE BECOMING CITIZENS, AND THESE NEWLY CITIZENS HAVE PLANS TO KILL US. WHAT WE NEED IS A FULL PROOF AND AT LEAST 99% EFFECTIVE SYSTEM THAT ENSURES THE PROTECTION OF THIS COUNTRY. DO YOU TRUST ANYONE WHO JUST BECAME A CITIZEN??? I FOR THE MOST PART DO NOT, YOU CAN STILL SEE THE CULTURE ROOTED IN THEM JUST TO GET WHAT THEY CAN GET AND KILL US IN THE END. Putting a block on these countries are not going to do a damned thing, we have drug cartels streaming over the border on a daily basis, compromised of every wicked ones from everywhere you can think of. Meanwhile we sure can get a vivid peak on what other nations are conducting:

      https://socioecohistory.wordpress.com/2018/08/02/south-africa-to-expropriate-land-from-whites-without-compensation/

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  3. What really bothers me is this part:

    ” The affiliates are responsible for assuring that a core group of services, funded by the Department of State’s Reception and Placement Program, are provided during the first 30-90 days after a refugee’s arrival, including food, housing, clothing, employment services, follow-up medical care, and other necessary services. Services after this time are funded through the Office of Refugee Resettlement. ”

    We have our own “refugees” living on sidewalks and under freeway overpasses who don’t get all of the handouts, yet many of them have paid into the system, and some are even military veterans. It is an insult to our own poor people to fork out all of these publically funded benefits to third world leeches while our own people are left to starve in the streets. No wonder that pudgy towel top with all the kids in the photo is smiling. She knows that she will be given a life of handouts so she and her brood of little leechlets can live the good life at the expense of the infidels, who she will criticize, blame, and try to subvert constantly. Oh, and did I mention that once naturalized she can bring in more of her relatives under the family reunification act?

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  4. cmmarcum said

    I wouldn’t be so certain that the west will remain a safe haven for refugees….

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  5. Reblogged this on islamnewworldorder and commented:
    Here again I must share this link. America and the rest of the so-called First World (so-called “civilized world”) are NOT required to take in and feed the entire Third World. (JUST LIKE THE NATIONAL PARKS SAYING “DON’T FEED THE BEARS!” BECAUSE THE BEARS [LIKE PEOPLE] WILL THEN JUST KEEP COMING FOR THE HANDOUTS.)
    The third world needs to get their own damn house in order–#1 being control their population growth!
    ****

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