With more awareness of the effort to bring in Muslim “refugees” and deposit them all over America, more communities are fighting back. It’s already been said by the FBI and DHS that these so-called refugees can’t be properly screened but they also are a heavy financial burden to taxpaying Americans. It is true that once they arrive, they receive all of the entitlements provided a legal citizen. The citizens of Idaho are awake, aware and ready to battle it out to resist the “refugee” movement:
The federal government and their paid resettlement contractors (listed here) will be quick to say that local governments have no right to say whether refugees are seeded there or not. However, they do frequently say they will not place refugees where the refugees would be “unwelcome”
If Congress was doing its job there would be a major movement to rewrite the Refugee Act of 1980 (or scrap it all together) in order to give local communities a say in what happens to their counties, cities and towns.
And, it’s not just about the prospect that Islamic terrorists might be in the refugee stream, there are very serious economic costs involved as refugees (as a special immigrant class) are able to access most forms of welfare available only to American citizens. They also add to the shortage of low income housing often pushing poor and disabled Americans to the back of the line.
From Boise Weekly:
Sandpoint City Council members voted Wednesday night to withdraw a resolution supporting refugee resettlement, bringing an end to a heated, month-long controversy.
Cheers erupted from the audience when newly elected Sandpoint Mayor Shelby Rognstad asked the council to withdraw the resolution from consideration. A measure meant to counter statements from Bonner County commissioners and Sheriff Darryl Wheeler opposing the resettlement of refugees, the resolution was intended to restate Sandpoint’s commitments to human rights, according to Rognstad.
“This resolution has only served to divide us and this community,” said Rognstad, as he requested the withdrawal. “That saddens me.”
Once again, anti-refugee activists turned out in force to oppose the resolution and, once again, the council meeting procedure was punctured by applause and shouts. When Rognstad called for order, the crowd responded with catcalls.
Both Boise and Twin Falls are already large resettlement sites.
Be sure to learn more about Jan Reeves who is responsible for refugees going to Idaho. He was a 2013 Obama Champion of Change, see here.
‘Humanitarianism’ is a cover for big business drivers of more immigration.
For citizens of Idaho and everywhere being confronted with this issue, please be sure to investigate and find out what large industries are driving the resettlement where you live. Big business including BIG MEAT, Chobani Yogurt, and other manufacturing companies are looking for cheap immigrant labor and the federal resettlement contractors act as ‘head hunters’ for them.
The big business pays low wages and the remainder of the refugee family’s support comes from the taxpayer via welfare, education and medical care.
Also, find out which elected officials are receiving campaign donations from those companies. Expose them!
Read more: RRW