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    Obama demands 'welcoming' for illegals

    'Centralized' plan needed to 'take care of their needs'

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    Leo Hohmann

    President Obama’s White House Task Force on Creating Welcoming Communities unveiled its recommendations Friday for a national strategy to “integrate” millions of immigrants and refugees into cities and towns across the U.S.

    The chair of the task force, Obama’s domestic policy adviser Cecilia Muñoz, said her focus is on making sure Obama’s historic immigration policies get “institutionalized” so they will live on long after she and her boss are gone from the White House.

    Obama created the task force Nov. 21 when he announced his plan to unilaterally grant amnesty to more than 5 million illegal immigrants and child migrants. His administration is also bringing in 70,000 foreign refugees per year from places like Iraq, Somalia, Bhutan, Burma and Syria.

    Friday’s conference was titled “The New National Integration Plan: Making the Most of a Historic Opportunity.”

    Muñoz, the former executive with the National Council of La Raza, said it was her job “to make sure we build this really into the DNA across the federal bureaucracy, at a leadership level, but much more importantly to make sure that when political appointees like me are no longer here this (immigration strategy) is built into what those agencies do and think about every day.”

    Muñoz said it was important for the federal government to standardize, set benchmarks and “measure successes,” ensuring states and localities create the desired “welcoming communities.”

    Eva Millona, co-chair of National Partnership for New Americans, a coalition of 34 organizations involved in everything from protecting immigrant rights to providing social services, also said a strong national role is needed to facilitate integration.

    “We have been pushing to really have a centralized leadership in terms of implementation of this report,” Millona said. “We are happy that the report has called for a centralized entity to really move it forward.”

    She said Felicia Escobar, special assistant to the president for immigration policy, will be leading the way.

    “And let me make a pitch for philanthropy,” Millona said. “There’s a huge opportunity for them to have their voice and their say and many of our friends and funders are involved.”

    She spoke of “diverse needs” of the immigrants and making sure those needs were met.

    She stressed it is critical “to have a very strong and centralized entity to make things happen.”

    Millona said the 34 organizations affiliated with the National Partnership for New Americans already have “boots on the ground” in 29 states, including all manner of service providers, immigrant rights attorneys, interpreters and advocates “to make sure immigrants have what they need.”

    “It’s a national group and the only one of its kind pushing an immigration integration agenda forward,” Millona said.

    Read the White House task force’s full report: “Strengthening Communities by Welcoming All Residents: A Federal Strategic Action Plan on Immigrant and Refugee Integration.”

    Silent on ‘assimilation’ and security risks

    The conference Friday was also notable for what was not addressed.

    Hotbutton issues of assimilation and protecting national security never came up during the 90-minute conference at the Migration Policy Institute in Washington.

    The poor record of assimilation into American society by refugees from Somalia and other Muslim countries also never came up. Dozens of Somalis living in Minnesota have been arrested on charges of providing material support to Islamic terrorist groups al-Shabab and ISIS. The FBI’s newest “most wanted terrorist,” Liban Haji Mohamed, was a Somali-American cab driver from Northern Virginia who entered the country as a refugee. Two Iraqi refugees living in Kentucky have also been arrested and charged with providing support to al-Qaida.

    Six Bosnian natives who immigrated to the U.S. were indicted in February in New York for allegedly sending sent money and military equipment to support al-Qaida in Iraq and the ISIS terror group.

    The Boston Marathon bombers were also Muslims who entered the country as asylum seekers from Chechnya.

    Just this week, Thursday, another Somali-American, 23-year-old Abdirahman Sheik Mohamud of Columbus, Ohio, was indicted on charges that he provided a computer and other support to terrorists during a trip to the Middle East. He came to the United States from Somalia as a young child refugee.

    But rather than addressing assimilation and national security problems, the conference focused on “integration.” It’s the new buzz word for planting diverse, multicultural communities within communities.

    Obama, in his Nov. 21 memo, challenged 16 federal agencies to get involved in the effort of “creating welcoming communities.” The focus should be three-pronged, Munoz said — economic, linguistic and civic.

    What was meant by “civic” was never explained, but some observers see it as preparing the new migrants to be registered voters and activist citizens who will engage in political issues favorable to open borders and easy paths to citizenship for new generations of migrant workers and refugees.

    Indeed, one new program was announced at the conference Friday that will involve refugees in volunteer service through AmeriCorps.

    “The Refugees Corps we are creating is a program that AmeriCorps runs in partnership with the Office of Refugee Resettlement …to actually serve in that program to help the next generation (of refugees) to become citizens,” said Escobar, special assistant to the president for immigration policy.

    A woman who said she was representing the National Council of La Raza, a left-of-center Chicano advocacy group, said at Friday’s conference, “Our affiliates are ready to help local partners on the ground … to pull together civic, economic and linguistic resources in an integration zone.”

    Global integration zones are seen as the new economic unit, transcending national borders and linking specialized economic functions such as transportation. Workers can freely cross in and out of a country to work.

    Planting ‘seedlings’

    Radio show host Mark Levin, in a recent show, interviewed Susan Payne, who infiltrated a telephone conference call with more than a dozen task-force members. The call was hosted by Muñoz, chairwoman of the president’s task force on creating welcoming communities.

    Payne told Levin the task force’s goal is to plant “seedlings” of immigrant populations into “receiving communities” that were compared to fertile “soil.”

    The idea was that the seedlings would sprout and grow into communities within communities. This is “integration.” The soil, meaning the community, would be changed to accommodate the needs of the seedlings, rather than the other way around. Eventually, the mature seedlings would take over the host community.

    Task force leaders said Friday they held three national outreaches involving 3,000 so-called stakeholders, which involved government agencies, NGOs, immigrant advocacy groups and local officials.

    Waging a propaganda war on ‘receiving communities’

    One big player in the propaganda war is Welcoming America, which was started with seed money from billionaire George Soros. Its stated mission is to set up “welcoming communities” in cities and counties across the U.S. Soros’s Open Society Institute granted the organization $150,000 in December 2010.

    The group’s website describes its mission as a “collaborative that promotes mutual respect and cooperation between foreign-born and U.S.-born Americans. Through a countrywide network of member organizations and partners, Welcoming America works to promote a welcoming atmosphere – community by community – in which immigrants and native born residents can find common ground and shared prosperity.”

    The group will celebrate “Welcoming Week” starting Sept. 13 to “celebrate immigrants and refugees and the growing movement of leaders and communities that fully embrace immigrants and refugees and their value to the fabric of our country.”

    The group also formed the Welcoming Institute to train up leaders who will engage in “building community support for refugees” across the nation. It also runs radio and video ads and pays for billboards promoting open immigration.

    David Lubell, executive director of Welcoming America, said his organization brings a new approach to immigration, focusing on resident populations of the “receiving communities” as much as the immigrants.

    “A lot of groups are trying to water the seed, and not the soil surrounding it,” Lubell told Huffington Post, using the same language Payne said she heard on the conference call. “We’re trying to water the soil. Nothing’s going to grow just by watering one alone.”

    Another player in funding the propaganda war is the New York-based JM Kaplan Fund.

    This organization’s mission is to “ensure that immigrants capitalize on measures designed to allow them to live and work in the United States without fear of deportation; and encourage the development of robust immigrant integration agendas at the local, state and federal levels,” according to its website.

    A check of Kaplan’s list of grants for 2013 shows $145,000 sent to Welcoming America for general operations and $15,000 to the Migration Policy Institute for “Refugee Resettlement: Strengthening the System and Containing the Backlash.”

    Welcoming America avoids the politics of specifics immigration policies, targeting instead the “social and cultural fears” suffered by Americans in “changing communities,” Lubell told Huffington Post. Of course, the people in these communities are never told that the changes being wrought upon them are being centrally planned by bureaucrats in Washington and the resettlement agencies that contract with the government, taking in millions in federal grant money.

    “Our main goal is to reach those people who are unsure whether immigration growth is a positive thing or not,” Lubbell said. “And some of them are very reasonable — they’re just not getting accurate information about immigration.”

    Under the White House plan, every community in every state will be encouraged to have an immigration integration plan.

    “The reason for the lightning speed on this is the president gave us a timeline, because he is eager for what we can accomplish, eager for outcomes,” Muñoz said Friday. “We’re making sure the federal government is doing its job and doing its best to lift up cities, mayors and local governments, to make sure others are taking this job on as well, and we have great, great examples to follow of many in this field of building welcoming communities. And the task force’s work is reflective of that. We heard from a lot of people around the country.”

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    This is how Castro took over Cuba and Ho Chi Minh took over China, shoving bizarre ideas down the throats of the people using the power of a central government to manipulate the achievement.

    After the Constitution Convention adjourned, Benjamin Franklin was asked by a Mrs. Powell, "well, doctor, what have we got, a republic or a monarchy", and he replied, "A Republic, if you can keep it."

    We can't keep a Republic with an income tax that forces US citizens to fund organizations like National Council of La Raza who want to end it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean View Post
    Under the White House plan, every community in every state will be encouraged to have an immigration integration plan.
    Sounds like a plan. I say we should start with where the Obamas plan to settle, once the narcissistic hustler is termed out.
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    How can any American read this article and not get sick to their stomach? Obama definitely has his minions in place to do his bidding and change this country as we know it.
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    I will die before I help my community/town assimilate aliens into my town! I hope that by now there are millions that will follow. Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their country!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MW View Post
    How can any American read this article and not get sick to their stomach? Obama definitely has his minions in place to do his bidding and change this country as we know it.
    It certainly made me feel physically ill. There are people with more money and power than Obama behind this.
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    Obama Task Force to Strengthen Immigrant “Integration Infrastructure”

    April 21, 2015

    President Obama’s Task Force on New Americans has issued its much-anticipated plan to facilitate life in the U.S. for immigrants and refugees by enhancing pathways to naturalization, building welcoming communities and providing “mobile immigration services in underserved communities.” The government-wide initiative aims to “strengthen federal immigrant and refugee integration infrastructure.”

    This includes multilingual media campaigns promoting immigrant rights and other free tools to make life easier in the U.S. and up to $10 million for “citizenship preparation” programs. The goal is to “strengthen civic, economic and linguistic integration and to build strong and welcoming communities,” according to the report issued this month by the special task force. In the end communities will be strengthened by welcoming all residents, the administration assures. The panel was created by the president in November and is chaired by Cecilia Muñoz, the former vice president of the powerful open borders group National Council of La Raza (NCLR).

    Obama recruited Muñoz to be White House Director of Intergovernmental Affairs then promoted her to the more powerful and prestigious post of Domestic Policy Director. That gives her tremendous influence as the president’s top adviser on domestic issues as well as the White House official in charge of coordinating and supervising the execution of domestic policy. As head of the Task Force on New Americans Muñoz drafted like-minded leaders from various agencies—including the departments of Homeland Security, Justice, State, Education, Transportation and Health—to brainstorm about ways to empower immigrants.

    The proposals include a variety of innovative programs such as immigrant-led storytelling at public libraries around the country and forming a national network of organizations that promote “mutual respect and cooperation between foreign-born and native-born Americans.” Another brilliant idea is the creation of a national partnership of the largest regional immigrant rights organizations largely located in traditional immigrant receiving states. Their mission would be to provide support to local communities around the U.S. seeking to integrate and empower immigrants and refugees to build welcoming communities.

    Practically every federal agency will participate in this effort by contributing resources and creating programs to help immigrants, the report reveals. For example the Department of Labor (DOL) will implement “new workforce programs” for the “new Americans” and the Department of Education will promote “funding opportunities” to assure that the immigrants “are provided the tools they need to succeed.” The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) will collaborate with other agencies to release a career and credentialing toolkit on “immigrant-focused career-pathways programs.”

    The Department of Justice (DOJ) and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will make sure the new Americans have worker rights and protections, the task force says, and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) will launch a two-year pilot to assure that non English speakers have “meaningful access to housing programs” subsidized by American taxpayers. “As part of these efforts HUD will develop interactive tools that provide information on HUD programs in multiple languages,” the task force report says.

    The document goes on and on for 70 pages and also covers topics like immigrant and refugee settlement trends as well as the “economic benefits of immigrant and refugee integration.” Here’s a predictable snippet from that amusing section: “A large body of academic research has shown that immigration benefits the U.S. economy as a whole, the communities in which immigrants live and the businesses where they work.” Conveniently omitted are the devastating impacts of illegal immigration like the billions of dollars American taxpayers spend annually on their education, healthcare and incarceration.

    None of this matters to the Obama administration, which is strong-arming local governments nationwide into participating in this immigrant welcoming effort. In fact, the task force spells this out in its report, writing that for “effective integration we need a comprehensive national and local effort that draws on the strengths and capacity of all sectors of society and all levels of government—a ‘whole of society’ approach.” That means there’s a strong need for the federal government to promote a policy framework that enhances state and local integration efforts. Partners will include municipal and state governments, schools, public libraries and community-based organizations, to name a few. In other words all publicly-funded entities will be mobilized by the Obama administration to help immigrants become “new Americans.”

    http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/20...rastructure-2/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean View Post
    April 21, 2015

    President Obama’s Task Force on New Americans has issued its much-anticipated plan to facilitate life in the U.S. for immigrants and refugees by enhancing pathways to naturalization, building welcoming communities and providing “mobile immigration services in underserved communities.” The government-wide initiative aims to “strengthen federal immigrant and refugee integration infrastructure.”

    This includes multilingual media campaigns promoting immigrant rights and other free tools to make life easier in the U.S. and up to $10 million for “citizenship preparation” programs. The goal is to “strengthen civic, economic and linguistic integration and to build strong and welcoming communities,” according to the report issued this month by the special task force. In the end communities will be strengthened by welcoming all residents, the administration assures. The panel was created by the president in November and is chaired by Cecilia Muñoz, the former vice president of the powerful open borders group National Council of La Raza (NCLR).

    Obama recruited Muñoz to be White House Director of Intergovernmental Affairs then promoted her to the more powerful and prestigious post of Domestic Policy Director. That gives her tremendous influence as the president’s top adviser on domestic issues as well as the White House official in charge of coordinating and supervising the execution of domestic policy. As head of the Task Force on New Americans Muñoz drafted like-minded leaders from various agencies—including the departments of Homeland Security, Justice, State, Education, Transportation and Health—to brainstorm about ways to empower immigrants.

    The proposals include a variety of innovative programs such as immigrant-led storytelling at public libraries around the country and forming a national network of organizations that promote “mutual respect and cooperation between foreign-born and native-born Americans.” Another brilliant idea is the creation of a national partnership of the largest regional immigrant rights organizations largely located in traditional immigrant receiving states. Their mission would be to provide support to local communities around the U.S. seeking to integrate and empower immigrants and refugees to build welcoming communities.

    Practically every federal agency will participate in this effort by contributing resources and creating programs to help immigrants, the report reveals. For example the Department of Labor (DOL) will implement “new workforce programs” for the “new Americans” and the Department of Education will promote “funding opportunities” to assure that the immigrants “are provided the tools they need to succeed.” The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) will collaborate with other agencies to release a career and credentialing toolkit on “immigrant-focused career-pathways programs.”

    The Department of Justice (DOJ) and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will make sure the new Americans have worker rights and protections, the task force says, and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) will launch a two-year pilot to assure that non English speakers have “meaningful access to housing programs” subsidized by American taxpayers. “As part of these efforts HUD will develop interactive tools that provide information on HUD programs in multiple languages,” the task force report says.

    The document goes on and on for 70 pages and also covers topics like immigrant and refugee settlement trends as well as the “economic benefits of immigrant and refugee integration.” Here’s a predictable snippet from that amusing section: “A large body of academic research has shown that immigration benefits the U.S. economy as a whole, the communities in which immigrants live and the businesses where they work.” Conveniently omitted are the devastating impacts of illegal immigration like the billions of dollars American taxpayers spend annually on their education, healthcare and incarceration.

    None of this matters to the Obama administration, which is strong-arming local governments nationwide into participating in this immigrant welcoming effort. In fact, the task force spells this out in its report, writing that for “effective integration we need a comprehensive national and local effort that draws on the strengths and capacity of all sectors of society and all levels of government—a ‘whole of society’ approach.” That means there’s a strong need for the federal government to promote a policy framework that enhances state and local integration efforts. Partners will include municipal and state governments, schools, public libraries and community-based organizations, to name a few. In other words all publicly-funded entities will be mobilized by the Obama administration to help immigrants become “new Americans.”

    http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/20...rastructure-2/
    Obama is leading our nation into another Civil War.

    If Republicans don't unite and make it clear that they will enforce US immigration, US Labor and US Civil Rights laws to the letter and verse, stop illegal immigration in its tracks, remove all illegal aliens from the country, and drastically reduce legal immigration including a 10 Year Moratorium on new immigration to give time to sort out this disaster and restore the lives, jobs, wages and well-being of our citizenry, there's going to be big trouble in River City, if you get my drift.

    This will be a very long 2 years until the 2016 Elections, so Americans must see light at the end of this tunnel to hell, and both feel and know with confidence, that Republicans WILL FIX THIS GAWD DAMN DISASTER if everyone remains steadfast but calm.
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