Update June 21: Now it’s meatpackers to Boise, guess these big industries need cheap immigrant labor!
Some ideas on what concerned citizens must do to save Idaho are below!
Readers, yesterday I received a letter from an attorney telling me I had to take down the snips I had posted from a publication (MagicValley.com) from Twin Falls, Idaho. The two posts are here and here.
In place of the snips I had used to illustrate my posts, I posted this:
Editor: The article has been removed at the request of an attorney for the newspaper which is clearly unhappy with any of their articles being partially posted here at RRW.
This is just further demonstration of how local newspapers are attempting to silence critics presumably because they are in the pockets of the federal government, the refugee contractors and the big businesses that need this cheap immigrant labor. Who is driving the cheap labor needs in Twin Falls?
You should know that the standard requirement of bloggers is that they may snip a modest portion of a published story and then attribute it (with links) to the original source (which I did). The letter from the attorney (Benjamin J. Cluff, Coleman, Ritchie & Cluff) for The Times-News and Magicvalley.com was thus a pretty heavy-handed way to silence a critic of the Refugee Resettlement Program of the UN/US State Department’s distribution of third worlders to US towns and cities like Twin Falls, ID.
College of Southern Idaho Refugee Programs: Changing America by changing the people!
Now my interest has been piqued!
I thought Twin Falls was just one more small city with do-gooders driving the resettlement of refugees. Now I don’t think so.
Someone is driving the resettlement in Twin Falls. Is it some huge industry in need of cheap labor like Chobani, the yogurt maker who built the world’s largest yogurt plant there in 2012?
Chobani’s Turkish founder, Hamdi Ulukaya, is a huge ‘friend’ of refugees and is pouring a vast fortune into helping refugees (hopefully worldwide and not promoting their shipment to America!). According to wikipedia:
“On December 17, 2012 Chobani opened one of the world’s largest yogurt-processing plants in Twin Falls, Idaho.”
We know from years of writing about it that meatpackers work with resettlement contractors to get them cheap labor, do yogurt makers do the same?
Or, is it a plan being driven by the White House to colonize rural Idaho with ‘diversity’ (or both?). Note that new mosques are popping up! I don’t know the answer yet, but I want Idaho citizen activists to continue digging! Who wants to change Twin Falls? Find out!
I can tell you what it is not! It is not a warm and fuzzy humanitarian desire to give the good life to thousands of impoverished third worlders in lovely Idaho. That is just the cover for a much more diabolical plan. Local ‘church’ people and others thinking they are doing good works are being used.
What really got my interest this morning, prompting me to write this post, is that one of those two posts cited by the heavy-handed lawyer letter, this one, has gone through the roof overnight as hundreds of readers are clicking on it. Why?
So what is next?
Concerned citizens in Southern Idaho who want to maintain their Idaho (American!) culture must now get the facts, publicize them, and step up their community organizing. Here are some of my recommendations in a list that is by no means meant to be all-inclusive:
* First, find out what big industry (industries?) in need of cheap immigrant labor is driving the resettlement?
* Then you must learn everything you can about the resettlement of refugees in Idaho (a Wilson-Fish state). Go here to your state coordinator’s website. Ask Director Jan Reeves for your state plan (Reeves is an Obama ‘champion of change’).
* Then find out who is responsible for resettling the refugees, not just in Twin Falls but throughout the state of Idaho. You know who it is in Twin Falls. It is the College of Southern Idaho Refugee Programs, here.
Note that they are an affiliate of the US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI) which means they get their federal payola through USCRI and USCRI sends the refugees to them (after selecting them with the US State Department). We have written many posts on USCRI and its leader Lavinia Limon who was Clinton’s director of the Office of Refugee Resettlement and as such represents the perfect example of the government/contractor revolving door. Last I looked the private non-profit USCRI was 99% funded by the US taxpayer.
I could not find a Form990 for the CSI Refugee Programs. You need to dig out their financial docs!
* Next ask the CSI Refugee Programs for its FY2015 Abstract. The R & P Abstracts are the documents sent by the subcontractor to its contractor and ultimately to the US State Department. We have been told that all resettlement contractors have been instructed not to give them out! Try anyway!
* Although your local government will say the refugee program is out of their hands, you must now pressure the mayor, the council or the county commission (not sure what the local government structure is in Idaho) to get involved and fess-up about what role they played in “welcoming” refugees to Twin Falls. All local government officials are supposed to have been consulted every year.
* Find out if there is an upcoming “stakeholders” meeting somewhere in Twin Falls about now as the resettlement contractor is preparing its R & P Abstract for FY2016—how many refugees Twin Falls will get, from where, and what amenities the town has to offer the refugees. For an example of a ‘stakeholder’ meeting see St. Cloud, MN yesterday, here.
* Someone in the community must publicize everything you find out either in a website or blog for others to learn from! I can’t emphasize this enough! You clearly have biased reporting going on in the local mainstream media—The Times-News and Magicvalley.com. You must go around them with alternative media!
* Focus your grassroots campaign on two indisputable facts about refugee resettlement in America—it is secretive and costly!
More later, this is getting way too long!