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MY HOME TOWN IS GONE

Wednesday, June 14th, 2017

 

Thanks to Sandra Sauer-Bernard of Virginia  for sharing.  This is a real eye-opening account of how refugee resettlement is changing one small town in New York State.   Nancy

 

 

thermidormag.com/my-hometown-is-gone/

 

My Home Town Is Gone   by Loretta Brady

Hi! This is a blog post I threw together in response to the recent increase in refugee numbers by Trump’s State Department, in order to convey what it is like living in an Islamizing area. I gave a talk at a luncheon a few months ago that was basically relating my story of how my hometown has been Islamized by refugee resettlement. So it makes sense to do a blog post.

I’m from the Utica, NY area. Utica is the city nicknamed by the UN “the city that loves refugees!” Soon every American city will be a city that loves refugees! Get ready! So I would like to tell you what it is like living in an area where the major city is about 25% (or more) refugee, mainly Muslim

I was born in Utica, a “faded industrial town” along the Mohawk River/Erie Canal corridor, and lived there until I was 8-years-old when my family moved to a nearby small college town. I loved living in Utica because there were lots of families on my block, big Catholic families with lots of kids. You could yard-hop, checking out who was available for play. You could bike around the neighborhood. There were block parties in the summer. My grandmother lived up the street. Life was good.

My father and his father were born and lived in Utica, NY. My father was a judge in Utica, like his father before him. The Catholic school my father attended is now a community center for refugees. After I moved back to the Utica area as an adult I used to recite “Full fathom five” to the children as we drove by my father’s former Catholic school. (Nothing of him that doth fade,/But doth suffer a sea change/Into something rich and strange.)

When I had my first child I was living in New York City. Her father and I divorced when she was a baby, and when she was two-years-old, I beat a hasty retreat back home to Upstate NY. There I met my husband. We got married, we had babies (in that order, ahem), and we settled down outside of Utica.

When I moved back home one of the first things I noticed was that an old Methodist church was being converted into a bright shiny white new mosque. The local paper touted this as immense progress and featured a local woman who had attended the church as a child and was positively brimming with joy it was being turned into a mosque. If that is the general sentiment, then it’s odd that my county went for Trump, right? There are at least two mosques in the city now. They just built another.

Where do I start? Utica had always been “the city that loves refugees” but under Obama things accelerated. Muslim immigrants were suddenly in these local bureaucratic positions where they had power over you. This, in what is probably one of the most corrupt states in the union, where the power of the state is everything.

The social worker at my daughter’s school was a Muslim immigrant. I looked for her profile on the school website, I googled her, I could not find information on her background, resume, qualifications, or educational attainments.

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WHO PAYS TO RESETTLE REFUGEES ?

Wednesday, May 31st, 2017

 

 

CORRUPTION CHRONICLES

www.judicialwatch.org/blog/2017/05/state-dept-redacts-big-chunks-22-8-mil-contract-resettle-muslim-refugees/

State Dept. Redacts Big Chunks of $22.8 Mil Contract to Resettle Muslim Refugees

MAY 24, 2017

The U.S. government spends billions of dollars to “resettle” foreign nationals and transparency on how the money is spent depends on the agency involved. Judicial Watch has been investigating it for years, specifically the huge amount of taxpayer dollars that go to “voluntary agencies”, known as VOLAGs, to provide a wide range of services for the new arrivals. Throughout the ongoing probe Judicial Watch has found a striking difference on how government lawyers use an exemption, officially known as (b)(4), to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) to withhold records. All the cases involve public funds being used to resettle foreigners on U.S. soil and Americans should be entitled to the records.

The (b)(4) exemption permits agencies to withhold trade secrets and commercial or financial information obtained from a person which is privileged or confidential. Depending on the government agency and the mood of the taxpayer-funded lawyers handling public records requests, that information is exempt from disclosure. In these cases, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) disclosed a VOLAG contract to resettle tens of thousands of Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC) that entered the U.S. through Mexico under the Obama administration while the State Department withheld large portions of a one-year, $22.8 million deal to resettle refugees from Muslim countries. Most of the UACs came from El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala and the Obama administration blamed the sudden surge on violence in the three central American nations. The agency responsible for resettling the minors and issuing contracts for the costly services is HHS.

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OBAMA FAST TRACKS 1,800 MUSLIM MIGRANTS TO THE US THAT AUSTRALIA REJECTED

Saturday, December 3rd, 2016

 

Lou Dobbs of Fox Business had a segment on this issue this evening as to the tremendous cost this refugee program is costing the American tax payer which  is just one consideration,  others are obvious  security concerns, and the migrants are not readily assimilating  into our culture.  
 Also, why is this program classified ?   The American people are being kept in the dark regarding the details of this program.   What happened to the transparent administration that Obama promised ?   Nancy
FREEDOM OUTPOST

Obama Fast Tracks 1,800 Muslims Migrants to the US That Australia Rejected

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THE MUSLIM WORLD IS A PERMANENT REFUGEE CRISIS

Monday, August 15th, 2016

 

www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/262936/muslim-world-permanent-refugee-crisis-daniel-greenfield

THE MUSLIM WORLD IS A PERMANENT REFUGEE CRISIS
May 25, 2016

By Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam.
Forget the Syrian Civil War for a moment. Even without the Sunnis and Shiites competing to give each other machete haircuts every sunny morning, there would still be a permanent Muslim refugee crisis.

The vast majority of civil wars over the last ten years have taken place in Muslim countries. Muslim countries are also some of the poorest in the world. And Muslim countries also have high birth rates.

Combine violence and poverty with a population boom and you get a permanent migration crisis.

No matter what happens in Syria or Libya next year, that permanent migration crisis isn’t going away.

The Muslim world is expanding unsustainably. In the Middle East and Asia, Muslims tend to underperform their non-Muslim neighbors both educationally and economically. Oil is the only asset that gave Muslims any advantage and in the age of fracking, its value is a lot shakier than it used to be.

The Muslim world had lost its old role as the intermediary between Asia and the West. And it has no economic function in the new world except to blackmail it by spreading violence and instability.

Muslim countries with lower literacy rates, especially for women, are never going to be economic winners at any trade that doesn’t come gushing out of the ground. Nor will unstable dictatorships ever be able to provide social mobility or access to the good life. At best they’ll hand out subsidies for bread.

The Muslim world has no prospects for getting any better. The Arab Spring was a Western delusion.

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VIDEO – “GANGSTER ISLAM” IN EUROPE

Wednesday, July 13th, 2016

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PHOTOS – ICON LECTURE – THE REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT MIGRATION CRISIS

Thursday, April 7th, 2016

 

THE REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT MIGRATION CRISIS
James Simpson, a nationally  known economist and an  investigative journalist  was the guest speaker at the ICON Lecture on Tuesday, April 5, 2016, in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.  Mr. Simpson is an expert on immigration and the refugee program that is being  presently debated in this country.  His talk. entitled , “The Refugee Resettlement  Migration Crisis” provided  crucial information on this important subject that is causing great controversy as to the advisability of bringing in refugees from the Middle East and other areas that are presently in turmoil.  Mr. Simpson is the author of “The Red-Green Axis:  Refugees, Immigration, and the Agenda to Erase America”.   
ICON’s next lecture, “The EMP Threat” will be presented on Tuesday, May 17, 2016 in Chapel Hill.  Mr. James Jay Carafano, PhD, a leading expert in national security and foreign policy challenges, is the Heritage Foundation’s Vice President and in 2012 assumed responsibility for Heritage’s entire defense and foreign policy team.   For tickets and more details, please go to www.iconlectureseries.com  
The following photos were taken at the James Simpson lecture.    Nancy  
  

James Simpson, ICON guest speaker

James Simpson, ICON guest speaker

Ann Bowman, Chapter Leader, ACT for America, James Simpson, and Keith Davis, ACT for America Chapter Leader, Fayetteville, NC

Ann Bowman, Chapter Leader, ACT for America, James Simpson, and Keith Davis, ACT for America Chapter Leader, Fayetteville, NC

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From the left, seated, Jane Hogan, Jenise Guidry, and standing, Kimberly Sanchez, Betty Ann Guidry and Andrea Rock and P.J. Gentry

From the left, seated, Jane Hogan, Jenise Guidry, and standing, Kimberly Sanchez, Betty Ann Guidry and Andrea Rock and P.J. Gentry, Person County GOP Chair

B.J. and Barry Vogel

B.J. and Barry Vogel

From the left:  Hannah Stein, Dr. Rosemary Stein, P.J. Gentry and standing, Marlene Waller

From the left: Hannah Stein, Dr. Rosemary Stein, P.J. Gentry and standing, Marlene Waller

ACT for America Chapter Leaders:  From the left:  Fay Haggard, Highpoint, NC, Tina Forsberg, Greensberg, Cheri Pickett, Greensboro, Carolyn Parker-Ballou, Southpoint, Nancy Clark, ICON board member, Leigh Sudbrink, Greensboro, and back row - Dee Davis, Fayetteville and Robert Goodwill, High Point, NC

ACT for America Chapter Leaders: From the left: Fay Haggard, Highpoint, NC, Tina Forsberg, Greensberg, Cheri Pickett, Greensboro, Carolyn Parker-Ballou, Southpoint, Nancy Clark, ICON board member, Leigh Sudbrink, Greensboro, and back row – Dee Davis, Fayetteville and Robert Goodwill, High Point, NC

From the left:  Susan Berkowitz, Marty Berkowitz, Mike Ross, Vickie Jernigan, Joe Jernigan, Michael LaPaglia, candidate for NC Secretary of State, and Mike Abramson

From the left: Susan Berkowitz, Marty Berkowitz, Mike Ross, Vickie Jernigan, Joe Jernigan, Michael LaPaglia, candidate for NC Secretary of State, and Mike Abramson

From the left:  Buckey Waters, Janie Wagstaff, President, ICON Lecture Series, and Mike Waters

From the left: Buckey Waters, Janie Wagstaff, President, ICON Lecture Series, and Mike Waters

From the left:  Tony Bruno, Mary McKinney, Joel Freelander, and Jack McCallus

From the left: Tony Bruno, Mary McKinney, Joel Freelander, and Jack McCallus

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From the left:  Karen Kolias and Gladys Kofalt

From the left: Karen Kolias and Gladys Kofalt

From the left:  Tracy Marillo and Rosemarie Wenzel

From the left: Tracy Marillo and Rosemarie Wenzel

Susan Myrick, Civitas, and James Simpson

Susan Myrick, Civitas, and James Simpson

Meg Gresham, ICON board member and Jeff Miller

Meg Gresham, ICON board member and Jeff Miller

From the left:  Tina Forsberg and Mary Carter

From the left: Tina Forsberg and Mary Carter

AFTER THE LECTURE AT THE SILVERSPOT IN CHAPEL HILL

Ann Bowman, ACT for America Chapter Leader and James Simpson

Ann Bowman, ACT for America Chapter Leader and James Simpson

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from the left:  Dr. Laura Gutman, ICON board member and Carolyn and Bob Ballou

from the left: Dr. Laura Gutman, ICON board member and Carolyn and Bob Ballou

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VIDEO – ANN CORCORAN – REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT WATCH

Monday, November 30th, 2015

ANN CORCORAN – Refugee Resettlement Watch – Exposing the Open Borders Advocates within our government

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