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The Drones Descend Like Flies; or, MOAS, Schiebel, Unique, Avaaz: Parasitic Profiteers of European Putrefaction

“More than 1,750 migrants have been rescued in the Mediterranean within 24 hours, Italy’s coast guard said Thursday, as EU leaders prepared for a summit on stemming the flow of boats from North Africa to Europe,” The Local reports today.

On the eve of the Malta meeting, Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni and his Libyan counterpart signed a deal in Rome on tackling people smugglers in the North African country.

Italy pledged money, coast guard training and equipment to assist the UN-backed government and urged EU leaders to do the same when they meet in Valletta to address the worst migrant crisis since World War II.

Closing the smuggling route from Libya to Europe is “within our reach”, EU chief Donald Tusk said Thursday.

Cynical observers could be forgiven for questioning the Italian government’s commitment to “stemming the flow of boats from North Africa to Europe” considering that the country’s “coast guard” is apparently in the habit of patrolling waters as distant from Italy as, for instance, twenty miles off the Libyan coast, where 1,400 African migrants were rescued in October according to The Times of Israel.

“NGOs, smugglers, the mafia in cahoots with the European Union have shipped thousands of illegals into Europe under the pretext of rescuing people, assisted by the Italian coast guard which coordinated their activities,” accuses Gefira, which further characterizes the state-assisted smuggling as taking place “on an industrial scale”:

Human traffickers contact the Italian coast guard in advance to receive support and to pick up their dubious cargo. NGO ships are directed to the “rescue spot” even as those to be rescued are still in Libya. The 15 ships that we observed are owned or leased by NGOs have regularly been seen to leave their Italian ports, head south, stop short of reaching the Libyan coast, pick up their human cargo, and take course back 260 miles to Italy even though the port of Zarzis in Tunis is just 60 miles away from the rescue spot.

The organizations in question are: MOAS, Jugend Rettet, Stichting Bootvluchting, Médecins Sans Frontières, Save the Children, Proactiva Open Arms, Sea-Watch.org, Sea-Eye and Life Boat. […]

However high-minded the intentions of these organisations might be, their actions are criminal as most of these migrants are not eligible for being granted asylum and will end up on the streets of Rome or Paris and undermine Europe’s stability raising racially motivated social tensions.

Brussels has created particular legislature to protect people traffickers against prosecution. In a dedicated section of an EU resolution entitled On Search and Rescue, the text states that “private ship masters and non-governmental organisations who assist in sea rescues in the Mediterranean Sea should not risk punishment for providing such assistance.”

During the two months of our observation, we have monitored at least 39,000 Africans illegally smuggled into Italy, which was done with the full consent of the Italian and European authorities.

moas

“Am I a part of the cure?” Coldplay’s Chris Martin asks in the group’s hit song “Clocks”; “Or am I part of the disease?” MOAS finally answers the question.

MOAS, the Migrant Offshore Aid Station, is a “humanitarian project” operating out of Malta. Major funding for the outfit comes from oil and gas interest OGI, maritime industry player Unique Group, the EU-subsidized Caritas, drone manufacturer Schiebel, and activist organization Avaaz.

The motivation of Unique Group, which manufactures the CentiFloat, should be obvious enough: “Deployed as a migrant boat is approached, the Centifloat™ has been designed to mitigate the often-catastrophic consequences of capsize during an uncontrolled abandonment, when the occupants surge towards the side from which they first sight the rescue craft.”

Schiebel is the vendor of the unmanned air system Camcopter S-100, which, as Newsweek positively gushed in 2015, is “helping” European officials cope with the “refugee” crisis:

Patrolling the vast expanse of the Mediterranean Sea for refugee boats, which covers approximately 2.5 million square kilometers (970,000 square miles), is a daunting but necessary task. Frontex, which runs the EU’s patrol mission in the Mediterranean, has struggled to deal with the scale of the problem and is due to get a 54 percent budget increase next year. Meanwhile, the International Organization for Migration said that almost 3,000 migrants and refugees have perished crossing the Mediterranean in 2015 so far, with a record 500,000 in total attempting the crossing.

To try and prevent such tragic losses, the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) […] uses two remote-piloted aircraft, otherwise known as drones, to scour the sea and locate refugees in distress. The Schiebel S-100 Camcopters, which can fly for up to six hours and provide a live video stream, reportedly cost $300,000 per month to rent but have played a pivotal role in enabling MOAS to save 11,680 lives so far.

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Schiebel’s Camcopter S-100

Most interesting of all, perhaps, is Avaaz, “a global web movement to bring people-powered politics to decision-making everywhere” which is operated by an exotic crypto-Jew named Ricken Patel and a gang of co-ethnics including Eli Pariser and Ben Brandzel.

“Avaaz: clicktivist heroes or Soros wolf in woolly disguise?” skeptically poses the Off-Guardian. The group was founded with assistance from Soros-connected MoveOn.org and maintains a sinisterly eclectic portfolio of pet “humanitarian” causes that over the years has ranged from freeing Pussy Riot to lobbying for military intervention against Libya and Syria:

Post stuff like this on Facebook and you get a hundred shares, because of course, by definition, everyone wants to close the gap between the world they have and the world they want. To this extent Avaaz is selling Hallmark cards. […]

And, we have to admit, Avaaz does this better than almost anyone. Any mainstream social conscience issue you can name, Avaaz will probably be all over it like a rash. Petitions are their game and they have petitions running about everything. Right now they want to stop hunger, ban the Confederate flag, save the whales, stop global warming and find a safe place for Syrians. […]

So, what – beyond the beguiling presentation – is Avaaz? Who set them up? Who pays their bills? Who mans their ramparts?

avaaz

Hail Patel! Hate our people! Hag victory!

Citing an advertised figure of $20,000,000 raised by the organization, Off-Guardian continues:

The claim that all this comes from “the generosity of individual members” is of course impossible to quantify, as is the claim that Avaaz “doesn’t accept payments of more than $5,000.” We need more information here. Does this mean there’s a ceiling of $5,000 per donor? Or can a single donor hand over unlimited parcels of $5,000? And how about numerous “individual members” from one family or organisation? We seem to be getting a frank disclosure, but on closer analysis we really aren’t being told very much.

Also of some note – according to that Wikipedia page Avaaz was founded in 2007, so the claim that “since 2009, Avaaz has not taken donations from foundations or corporations” obviously implies that before this time they did take such donations. No one at Avaaz seems to have more to say about that though. […]

MoveOn.org […] are a Democratic party front group, currently campaigning against GMO salmon, the Confederate flag, Greek austerity and numerous other things […] According to the WaPo they received $1.6 million from “George Soros and his wife” back in 2004.

Now let’s also take a look at those “leading global social entrepreneurs” who co-founded Avaaz.

The most high-profile of these is Ricken Patel. He’s a special darling of mainstream media, which likes doing features on him as a fearless crusader for marginalised truth and justice. I’ve found at least two Guardian articles lauding his virtues, while People Magazine – with bold self-parody – included him in an article on the world’s most eligible hot humanitarians. In 2013 the Observer called him “the global leader of online protest“. That same year Intelligent Life Magazine ran a similarly adulatory piece on him, complete with a pic of Rick sitting in a street cafe, looking hip and caring and keeewl. “Can we change the world, one click at a time?” it asked, before answering “Ricken Patel, a young Canadian, thinks so, and he now has tens of millions of followers to show for it.”

So apparently the neo-liberal, pseudo-left press love this man and really – really – want us to love him too.

ricken-patel

A pensive Ricken Patel considers how best to “bring people-powered politics to decision-making everywhere”.

His media fans tend to avoid more than a brief summary of Ricken’s life prior to co-founding Avaaz, and becoming its well-paid Executive Director. Maybe because the Oxbridge/Harvard education and stints working for the Rockerfeller Foundation, the Gates Foundation, the United Nations, and consulting for the International Crisis Group don’t fit that well with the carefully cultivated image of a young average guy just trying to make a difference.

The International Crisis Group has George Soros as a “trustee” (my how that man gets around). Other trustees include Wes Clark, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander, Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, several retired state department officials, ambassadors, diplomats and prime ministers. […]

So what of Avaaz? Should we offer it and its gang of super-well-connected founders the benefit of the doubt? Does it matter why Ricken wants us to sign up and save whales […]? Isn’t the fact they are speaking up enough?

No […] Motive matters, and if we ignore it we risk losing the meaning behind anything we try to achieve. We become as hypocritical as those we allow to set our agenda. Any organisation that tries to put a moral glaze on calling for the invasion of sovereign countries, and the inevitable resulting murder of innocents is not worth defending […]. If we just let their obviously corrupt, or at very least hugely misconceived agenda pass without comment we are conniving at a deception. Well-intentioned people risk having their energies misdirected or wasted in causes that are ill-defined or even entirely bogus. And one discredited clicktivist can easily cast doubt on the many genuine grassroots movements trying very hard to do good.

There is ultimately little substantive difference between what Avaaz and its fellow travelers advocated in Libya and continue to demand in Syria and the program they are presently pursuing in Europe. The troops and their tactics may have changed, but the process of the destabilization, degradation, and subjugation of what naturally ought to be the free countries of sovereign nations proceeds without cease.

Rainer Chlodwig von K.

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83 comments on “The Drones Descend Like Flies; or, MOAS, Schiebel, Unique, Avaaz: Parasitic Profiteers of European Putrefaction

  1. icareviews
    February 4, 2017

    Reblogged this on icareviews.

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    • alfred
      February 8, 2017

      “Ricken Patel, a young Canadian”

      BIG LOL. this dude is a fucking indian/hindu

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      • icareviews
        February 8, 2017

        An Indian with Jewish ancestry. The executives at that Unique Group mentioned in the article are also a bunch of Indians.

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  2. NoddingHead
    February 4, 2017

    It isn’t going to stop. Wondering now if Trump’s peace offerings to Putin/Russia are part of a plan to finally bomb Iran and make that another chaotic failed country. Then Europe will get a lot more refugees I bet.

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    • icareviews
      February 4, 2017

      Actually, we may have been misled as to exactly how cordial Trump’s Russian reset was going to be. This isn’t very promising political theater, in any case:

      http://www.renegadetribune.com/first-day-job-trumps-un-ambassador-condemns-russia/

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    • alfred
      February 9, 2017

      “Finnish news agency STT reports a Russian border guard’s confession that the transport of asylum seekers to Finland’s two northeast border crossings is being orchestrated by the Russian Federation’s Federal Security Service, the FSB. Families with children are given priority, the source said. Finnish authorities have suspected for some time that the transfer of asylum seekers from Russia to Finland has been part of a carefully organised operation.”

      Reality is an interesting thing, isn’t it?

      But if a person has been reading most European ethno-nationalist news sites a person would surely have been led to believe that Russia is a ‘friend’ of Europe, and that the Russian Federation is the last hope for Europe, and that they alone will defend Europe. Or something like that.

      Do not be deceived, Russia wants to see the European Union collapse and is more than happy to assist in that process, while simultaneously pretending that they are not involved in it.

      “Ahead of a Friday evening meeting with Finnish President Niinistö, the Russian PM is quoted as saying that Moscow cannot stop asylum seekers from crossing into Finland.

      Finnish President Sauli Niinistö meets with Russian Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev on Friday evening on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference. The two are likely to discuss the migrant situation along the countries’ mutual border, where the number of arriving asylum seekers has been surging in recent weeks.

      Medvedev was earlier in the day quoted as saying that Russia does not intend to prevent asylum seekers’ movement toward the Finnish border.”

      See, the Russian-Jew Prime Minister Dmitry (((Medvedev))) says that there are ‘no bad intentions’! He can totally be trusted, right? Every European ethno-nationalist site can now return to posting stupid memes about how ‘cool’ Russia’s government is, while the Russian FSB are continuing to ferry migrants across Russia’s largest border with the EU.
      Other sites may have ideological, religious, or even monetary reasons to slavishly support Russia.

      https://majorityrights.com/weblog/news_comments/jews_might_not_flock_to_russia_upon_putins_offer_but_they_are_already_comfo

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  3. Rudolf
    February 4, 2017

    Reblogged this on rudolfblog and commented:
    IMPORTANT things to know.

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  4. guest
    February 4, 2017

    “private ship masters and non-governmental organisations who assist in sea rescues in the Mediterranean Sea should not risk punishment for providing such assistance.”

    While you can bet your ass that the Italian navy would have no qualms firing on someone standing in their way, you would probably end up in the Hague if you hinder such (((rescue operations))) in any way, shape or form.

    Vox Day, who lives in Italy, just posted Never, ever, accept refugees

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  5. bob saffron
    February 4, 2017

    Coldplay, eh?

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    • bob saffron
      February 4, 2017

      “Dedicated to the people of Paris,…”.

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  6. smartwhiteguy
    February 4, 2017

    I love this video:

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    • icareviews
      February 4, 2017

      I’d rather see a boat full of cuckservatives capsize.

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      • smartwhiteguy
        February 4, 2017

        If you want to see that I think you’ll have to arrange it for yourself because youtube doesn’t have anything like that.
        BTW, does Sorros ever travel by boat?

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      • bob saffron
        February 4, 2017

        Sure does.

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  7. Sam J.
    February 5, 2017

    From the Dilbert guy,”…Yesterday I asked my most liberal, Trump-hating friend if he ever figured out why Republicans have most of the Governorships, a majority in Congress, the White House, and soon the Supreme Court. He said, “There are no easy answers.”…”.

    Now if we could just get these same people we elect to vote in our interest. Why not fuck the Jews and the Blacks in every way possible we can. Change immigration to favor Whites, build massive public high rise housing in Blue voting areas and jam the Groids in there, mandate birth control if you live in public housing, deport the living hell out of the illegals, deport ANY immigrants that have used any public assistance, cut funding to liberal programs in schools by only funding STEM type classes, nation wide concealed carry. and I could go on and on. We could make their lives a living hell if we used power the exact same way the Left does. Even straight cutting off their right to vote by making literacy and economic test legal.

    They’re still afraid of the press and the Jews. The Jews are involved in so much crime that they could be mortally ruined with a minimal amount of decent detective work. So even though it looks bad it isn’t over. I get frequently depressed by all the events but never forget that the Jews have been thrown out of every single country they’ve ever been to. It’s because they’re a tribe of psychopaths and psychopaths don’t know when to stop so they just keep pushing until the whole thing boils over.

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  8. guest
    February 5, 2017

    Oh boy, the kerfuffle with Iran is already picking up, that’s sooner than expected, if they had any brainz, them Persians, they would be starting a charm offensive right now, elect a Trudeau like prezzy who could go on American TV, invite Trump, start running ads on CNN (like other gulf states do), rebuild the famous embassy, normalize as much as possible, what a chance, which I’m afraid will be squandered.

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    • icareviews
      February 5, 2017

      Sucking up to the U.S. didn’t help Muammar Gaddafi. The Zionists are implacable. Cozying up to the Russians seems to be more effective, if the Syrian example is any indication.

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  10. NoddingHead
    February 6, 2017

    You guys were quite right about Trump. He’s a tool. A useful idiot. MSM promoted him all along. All the protests are meaningless and impotent SJW, and focused on LGBT and other garbage. No protests against killing folks with taxpayer funded military for the last 15 years.

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  11. NoddingHead
    February 6, 2017

    Democracy + media monopoly = ?

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  12. NoddingHead
    February 6, 2017

    I find it so hard to believe that people just accept the fact that both men and women, fathers and mothers, must work outside of the home now in order to survive as a sign of egalitarian progress.

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  13. NoddingHead
    February 6, 2017

    Labor productivity has increased immensely in the last decades. So why the eff does it require both the father and mother to work outside of the home to make ends meet? 50-60 years ago this wasn’t needed.

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  14. Sam J.
    February 7, 2017

    You might like to watch,

    Joe Rogan Experience #911 – Alex Jones & Eddie Bravo

    It’s some crazy shit. Now in it Alex Jones says it was Saudi Arabia that was major involved with 9-11. Total lie. They immediately skip off that. Now I know you now say it’s ridiculous but I think a lot of this super long podcast is actually real stuff. How much is true???? Hard to tell.

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    • Sam J.
      February 7, 2017
      • icareviews
        February 8, 2017

        Actually, sorry to disappoint you, but Alex Jones is actually Rosie O’Donnell. He’s one of those Illuminati trannies like Caitlyn Jenner and Michelle Obama.

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    • Sam J.
      February 7, 2017

      I was beginning to believe Trump may be a good thing but Alex Jones shilling for him brings me pause. I have said that the Jews could try to paste the whole 9-11 thing on the Saudis and Bush. They could dump the dead weight and get 9-11 off their backs.

      I have began to wonder if Hillary hasn’t faked her passing out. Jones says she was passing out every 30 minutes but she didn’t look like someone in that bad a shape. Bad but not that bad.

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      • guest
        February 7, 2017

        I agree pretty much with Ryan Dawson on what he calls Jonestown, it’s better to leave it behind, all infowars does is to muddy the waters for any real research.

        see: Melon Head Jones and Jewish boss argue with Dr. Duke

        It’s like Alex thinks Duke will cast a spell if he is allowed to finish a sentence.

        He was not that sort of wizard, doh!

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      • icareviews
        February 8, 2017

        I think Hillary expected to win as much as I and most other people expected her to win. Her illness, if staged, probably would have been timed so that it came closer to the election and didn’t give her any time to recover.

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    • icareviews
      February 8, 2017

      Alex Jones is the greatest comedian of the twenty-first century.

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  15. NoddingHead
    February 8, 2017

    Alex Jones? Be serious.

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    • Sam J.
      February 8, 2017

      When I post about Jones it’s understood he’s not for real. I should make it more specific.

      None the less by listening to these people you can see where they are pushing us and what their plans are. I said a long time ago that if Trump was a Jew stooge then the best thing he could do was blame 9-11 on the Saudis and Bush. 9-11 is a big problem for them. I think so anyways.

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  16. NoddingHead
    February 8, 2017

    His fakey stage-tested southern accent makes me ill.

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  17. NoddingHead
    February 8, 2017

    I’d actually rather watch Rachel Maddow on TV, frankly, than Alex Jones. I can’t stand watching Trump already and he has only been “President” three weeks. Took longer to be disgusted by Obama on TV, but i was younger then.

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    • icareviews
      February 8, 2017

      We actually might have been better off from a WN perspective with a house negro like Ben Carson in the White House. With a doofus like that in charge and advocating the same cucky, pro-Israel, pro-bankster policies, it might have actually driven a segment of leftists into the politically incorrect Alt-Left camp. And it certainly wouldn’t have lulled all the rightish types into a stupor the way Trump has.

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  18. NoddingHead
    February 8, 2017

    I doubt Bill Hicks is Alex Jones.

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    • Sam J.
      February 8, 2017

      Look at the video on the page I linked to Jones being Bill Hicks above. In it there’s video’s where Bill Hicks playing a character sounds JUST LIKE Alex Jones. It unmistakably Alex Jones voice but Bill Hick is saying it. If it’s not him it;s an extraordinary coincidence. There’s also video of the Alex Jones character at a party where he sounds like Bill Hicks, the supposed dead guy, when he’s not “on stage”.

      Bill Hicks and Alex Jones have ears almost alike. You could see where plastic surgery could be used on his ears. There almost exactly the same. I always look at the ears to see if people are supposed doubles as they are like finger prints. They can of course be changed but it’s likely to have a basic structure. I think the video is correct and Alex Jones used to be Bill Hicks.

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      • icareviews
        February 8, 2017

        What is the point of all of this supposed identity-changing? Paul being replaced, John Lennon changing his name to Mark Staycer, JFK morphing into Jimmy Carter, etc? Why would the CIA or the Elders of Zion or whoever even bother with such ridiculous stunts? This is the stuff of daydreams, jokes, and break time YouTube video lulz, not serious investigation.

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  19. NoddingHead
    February 8, 2017

    Recommend this….

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  20. NoddingHead
    February 8, 2017

    I do like Bill Hicks but he does seem a bit like Alex Jones in that he never really criticizes Jews or Israel A few mild swipes at Israel. But lots of down-punching at Christians.

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  21. guest
    February 9, 2017

    Here is some good reading:

    Refugee Resettlement: The lucrative business of serving immigrants

    and amrens The Refugee Racket

    It’s even funnier when you know that Christians (such as Syrian Christians) DO NOT meet the criteria for refugees under Statute 6B of the UN High Commission of Refugees (UNHCR), which is who vets refugees for the US, yet it’s mostly Christian voluntary agencies (VOLAG) who then do the refugee resettling within the US!

    “Trump’s action banning refugees brings outcry from US church leaders”

    Because it throws a monkey wrench into their money making racket! All this fake compassion makes me really sick, or does for profit compassion still count?

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    • guest
      February 9, 2017

      How much of your tax dollars are the federal refugee resettlement contractors receiving?

      “Catholic Charities has grown into a huge $3.8 billion operation with more than 65,000 employees. Half of its funding–$2 billion–comes from the Federal Government, through the Office of Faith Based Initiatives. A portion that funding… estimated at in excess of $70 million, is part of the more than $1 billion the Federal Government Spends on the Refugee Resettlement program

      As Refugee Resettlement Watch reported recently after examining FY 2012 annual reports of these five Christian non-profits, they would all be hurt severely if the $1 billion refugee resettlement gravy train ended for them:

      98 percent ($69 million) of Catholic Charities $70 million refugee resettlement budget comes from the federal government.

      60 percent ($45 million) of Church World Service’s entire $76 million budget comes from the federal government.

      97 percent ($42 million) of Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service’s $43 million budget comes from the federal government.

      68 percent ($38 million) of World Relief’s $56 million budget comes from the federal government.”

      &

      Refugee Resettlement Fact Sheet

      “Below are some of the sources of income for Volags:

      a. $1,850 per refugee (including children) from the State Department.

      b. Up to $2,200 for each refugee by participating in a U.S. DHHS program known as Matching Grant. To get the $2,200, the Volag need only show it spent $200 and gave away $800 worth of donated clothes, furniture or cars.

      c. The Volag pockets 25% of every transportation loan it collects from refugees it “sponsors”.

      d. All Volag expenses and overhead in the Washington, DC HQ are paid by the U.S. government.

      e. For their refugee programs, Volags collect money from all federal grant programs – “Marriage Initiative”, “Faith-based”, “Ownership Society”, etc., as well as from various state and local grants.

      The program is so lucrative that in some towns the Catholic Church has lessened support for traditional charity works to put more effort into resettlement. It uses collection offerings to promote the refugee resettlement program.

      23. Despite their rhetoric, refugee agencies have steadfastly refused to use their own resources to maintain the U.S. refugee resettlement program. Public money has thoroughly driven out private money.

      A program known as the Private Sector Initiative allowed sponsoring agencies to bring over refugees if the agencies were willing to cover costs of resettlement and support. It was discontinued for lack of use in the mid-1990s. Today the agencies are on record as opposed to diverting more federal refugee dollars to overseas refugee assistance (where each dollar will go further in helping refugees) because it might mean fewer dollars for them!”

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    • Sam J.
      February 10, 2017

      We desperately need to attack the lefts cash flow. They’ll cry Nazi but if we don’t…they’ll cry Nazi so there’s nothing lost.

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  22. NoddingHead
    February 9, 2017

    I wish the media would address the best option: ban ALL immigration immediately. Equal treatment. We are overpopulated, and Colorado ex-Governor Lamm was absolutely right about immigration and the environment. But he was purged from the Sierra Club, which is now fully open-borders.

    The “wall” I fear is just an opportunity to hand out lucrative contracts to favored cronies and it won’t really help solve anything. It will add to interest-bearing debt though! I bet providing sufficient budget for effective border enforcement and patrols, along with real enforcement of laws requiring proof of citizenship for labor would do the trick at far less cost. Real fines for people caugjt hiring illegal immigrant labor. Not wrist-slaps. All policy options, but not discussed. The discussion is only about Trump and “hate” and “divisiveness”.

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    • icareviews
      February 9, 2017

      Of course all of that would be more practical; but people are stupid, their attention spans are short, and the Trump wall was a glorious image that appealed to people because it was so simple and offered a visual appeal to the mind’s eye. Trying to explain to people that they could just enforce the already existing laws is more complicated and less monumental – less worthy of a Trumpenfuhrer.

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  23. NoddingHead
    February 9, 2017

    The whole “wall” issue meshes so well with Israel and West Bank, Gaza, and “Greater Israel”. America will be allowed to have a little bit more immigration control temporarily if we agree to everything Israel wants regarding expansion. We’ll see….

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    • icareviews
      February 9, 2017

      An Israeli contractor is even trying to get a contract to build it, I read.

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  24. NoddingHead
    February 9, 2017

    Need a “wall” on the northern border too, right. I bet Canada has more potential “terrorists” than does Mexico. Certainly a more desired location for “refugees” fleeing our chaos-producing wars. I envision banks drooling over the loans needed to accomplish a complete emcirclement of the lower 48 woth a giant useless wall.

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  25. NoddingHead
    February 10, 2017

    Vdare article from 2004. Sierra Club went bad around then, and there was a fight about it.
    http://www.vdare.com/articles/save-the-sierra-club-from-the-treason-lobby-act-now
    For a long while now I have suspected that the big, mainstream American and western European environmental groups have become effective promoters of globalism regardless of actual environmental consequences . They always protest loudly with positive media coverage, and cause expensive legal and permitting problems for US natural resource producers even though US environmental protection laws (and labor laws) are better than those in the Third World countries. They make it difficult to operate here. I suspect they support globalism over environmental protection.

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    • icareviews
      February 10, 2017

      A lot of people – the typical Democrat, I imagine – seem to think that every pet lefty cause comes together to form a coherent platform rather than constituting a crazy set of mutually conflicting agendas. Feminism and mass Third World immigration living in peaceful coexistence? Sure, why not? Workers’ solidarity and a $15 minimum wage and mass Third World immigration? The more, the merrier! Caring for one another and fostering a culture of communitarian social capital as we deconstruct our country into a flaccid tower of Babel? All you have to do is learn Spanish, Swahili, and Arabic, bigot.

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    • Sam J.
      February 10, 2017

      I read a long time ago that Sierra Club got a really, really big donation from a Jew on with one provision. No attacking immigration.

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  26. NoddingHead
    February 10, 2017

    Yep. I sometimes think we have a slightly better chance to sway white liberals than so-called “conservatives” nowdays. “Conservatives” have essentially become materialists and libertarians praying to mammon only.

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    • icareviews
      February 10, 2017

      Well, there are the materialists and then there are also the spiritualists, who wouldn’t ever believe in racial differences beyond skin color because they’re evolution deniers.

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  27. NoddingHead
    February 10, 2017

    Yep. I sometimes think we have a slightly better chance to sway white liberals than so-called “conservatives” nowdays. “Conservatives” have essentially become materialists and libertarians praying to mammon only. Denying any facts that might put Objectivist or “free market” ideology on the defensive.

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    • bob saffron
      February 10, 2017

      Randianism is a personality cult. There’s nothing in libertarianism that conflicts with white nationalism. And there’s plenty to be angry about how libertarianism has been conflated exclusively with materialism.

      You can still find libertarianism as it was before Cultural Marxists took over here –
      http://www.thornwalker.com/ditch/whowe.htm

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      • icareviews
        February 10, 2017

        Placing individual well-being above that of the tribe conflicts with white nationalism, as do open borders. You may not espouse these things, but such positions are cherished by a plurality of libertarians, however you define libertarianism. Borders necessitate government whether that government takes the form of a conventional state or a citizens’ militia. Borders also constitute a form of protectionism, which in turns implies a variety of at least mild socialism.

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      • bob saffron
        February 11, 2017

        “If Americans are very lucky, the entire system — leviathan state, fascized economy, poisoned institutions, brutalized society and all — will collapse in their lifetimes. If Americans are not very lucky, they will collapse, and the system will survive into a dim gray future. I think our people have about used up their luck.”

        Sobering, indeed.

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      • bob saffron
        February 14, 2017

        I think the numbers of pro- vs. anti-borders libertarians are unknowable. What is apparent is that the number of anti-borders libertarian think tanks predominate over the pro camp. But we all know why that is (((!)))).

        Man is not an island. But a group, by definition, is a social construct.

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    • Hipster Racist
      February 12, 2017

      @NoddingHead

      I agree. White Liberals are already most of the way to White Nationalism. Liberals only pay lip service to racial equality.

      Conservatives really believe in racial equality. Conservatives say that “liberals are the racists” – which is true – because Conservatives believe that with enough Jesus, Capitalism, Patriarchy, or jail, that all the races of the world will naturally become all-American Constitution-loving patriots.

      Liberals only pretend to believe the bullshit – Conservatives really do believe it. Liberals tend to be smarter and more educated than conservatives (hence, more brainwashed) but they also tend to actually live near the Diversities so suffer from fewer illusions – they just are under more pressure to speak in code.

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  28. Sam J.
    February 10, 2017

    Here’s a comment that has nothing to do with anything but it’s helpful to my fellow WN. If you look at these and learn them I promise it will come in handy.

    Here’s some fantastic knots you can use that are easy to remember. Best of all you can do most anything with just these knots.

    The Grapple hitch and the Zeppelin knot. The grapple hitch is fast and great to tie onto stuff and the Zeppelin is the best way to join ropes period.

    http://www.skytopia.com/project/articles/knot/knots.html

    Blake’s hitch. Tree climbing hitch that you use to go up a rope while the hitch clasp the rope. What’s so good about this is it’s easy to remember, it’s grasp is super, super strong, it won’t slip at all if you set it and it’s easy to move the hitch up by pushing on the coils from the bottom or the top. Pull on the rope to the left in the diagram to lock it on the rope.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blake's_hitch

    If you want to make a loop in the middle of a rope this is probably the easiest way that’s simple to remember. Make a loop and twist it the same direction twice. Pull around and through the first loop twist.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alpine_butterfly_knot

    Here’s a great video on the Truckers hitch to tie things down. I like the last one. Easy.

    If you make several loops instead of one before you tighten you have a pulley system that can produce tremendous force to hold down the load. Look at these pictures of a versatackle to get the general idea.


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Versatackle_knot
    http://notableknotindex.webs.com/Versatackle.html

    This is good for tying bottles, buckets or other containers you want to hoist.

    Nice video of barrel hitch. Hit the numbers and letters to advance.

    http://www.animatedknots.com/barrel/#ScrollPoint

    Last but not least you need to be able to lash sticks together. This method uses the least rope and is fast and super strong, tourniquet lashing.

    http://scoutingrediscovered.com/rediscovering-the-tourniquet-lashing/

    I made this because I wanted to find out what are the basic knots that I need for just about any situation. These knots are all as Trump would say,”Highly Rated”, meaning the people who study knots give them high marks for being strong and easy to untie which is just as important as tying. I looked at all kinds of knots and these seemed to be easiest to remember. Some knots are really great but they’re impossible to remember if you don’t use them every day. You can tie these a few times and they’re fairly easy to remember. They’re kind of basic and you can mix and match them to do most anything.

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    • icareviews
      February 10, 2017

      Sam, we appreciate your comments; but just so you know, when you’re commenting on a WordPress blog and leave more than one link, the comment goes directly to spam. One link per comment should be fine.

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    • bob saffron
      February 10, 2017

      “The Day of the Rope”. Vaguely rings a bell.

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  29. NoddingHead
    February 10, 2017

    “There’s nothing in libertarianism that conflicts with white nationalism.”

    You must be joking. WN assumes a high degree of collectivism that libertarianism explicitly rejects.

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    • bob saffron
      February 11, 2017

      Deadly serious. Where exactly does libertarianism reject volontary association or dissociation? You might be confusing it with Randianism.

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  30. NoddingHead
    February 10, 2017

    Libertarianism essentially rejects any and all kinds of group solidarity. They insist that “there is no such thing as society”.

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  31. NoddingHead
    February 10, 2017

    IMHO, the only thing libertarianism serves is the elite and those tribes who understand clearly that in-group solidarity is real, and “society” is real (even if you can’t put a finger on “society” as an actual physical object).

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    • icareviews
      February 10, 2017

      Certainly, in the present situation. In rustic, isolated areas where people still live by solid values, libertarianism probably works just fine for Europeans; but most of us don’t find ourselves in that situation.

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      • bob saffron
        February 11, 2017

        Precisely because for the most part, people have handed control over their lives to (((Washington))). Free food in jail, yay!

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  32. NoddingHead
    February 10, 2017

    Exactly. None of us live in that situation. It doesn’t work either in a homogeneous White culture because Whites care about there weaker brothers. That’s why libertarianism doesn’t catch on in formerly White countries like Sweden or Norway or Finland or 1933-1945 Germany. It isn’t how we do it.

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    • bob saffron
      February 11, 2017

      Citizens of formerly white nations like Sweden, Norway or Finland gave carte blanche to their (((governments))) to dictate the most important aspects of their lives. Culture, education, money, health, immigration. Who could have predicted tears?

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    • bob saffron
      February 11, 2017

      I fail to see what good came from 1933-45 Germany for Germans or whites in general. Perhaps a lesson in how not go about things.

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    • bob saffron
      February 11, 2017

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Church_of_Sweden

      Is it any wonder that Church and State are essentially one on issues like immigration, homosexuality, etc.

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  33. NoddingHead
    February 10, 2017

    Libertarianism is pure neocon. Atomization. And it is the dominant philosophy of so-called “conservatives”. It negates organization. Strong organization and leadership is what the WN movement lacks, and it due to the dominance of libertarian and Objectivist Randian thought.

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    • bob saffron
      February 11, 2017

      So who’s going to be boss? You?

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    • bob saffron
      February 11, 2017

      Neocons approve of strong central government, a necessary prerequisite for (((foreign interventions))) and disapprove of whites to coalescing under any banner that is beyond their control or influence. Christian Zionists, good; Lefevrians, bad, and so on.

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  34. NoddingHead
    February 11, 2017

    Oh no, not me. I am more of a follower. Libertarianism attempts to make people think that they are all equally good. It isn’t true. There are leaders, and there are followers. Is Soros your boss? Trump? Hillary? Or do you think you are your own boss?

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    • bob saffron
      February 11, 2017

      Libertarianism merely dictates that people be allowed to pursue their own interests subject to not interfering with others’. I’m my own man. I pay tribute avoid jail, and resent it. I wish you well with your organizing but may choose not to be conscripted. Depends.

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  35. NoddingHead
    February 11, 2017

    A lot of people erroneously believe they are alpha. Libertarianism imbued them with that idea. But 99% or more of people are actually beta. Granted, it is a sliding scale.

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    • bob saffron
      February 11, 2017

      Reality intercedes. People gang up or perish, or don’t.

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  36. NoddingHead
    February 11, 2017

    I pay tribute to avoid jail also. And I resent it. But you are not an island.

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    • bob saffron
      February 11, 2017

      Sure I’m not. But to the extent the law allows me, I choose whom to avoid and whom to embrace. No one chooses to be a pariah, and for good reason.

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  37. bob saffron
    February 11, 2017

    Homo homini lupus didn’t disappear under (((Leviathan))). If anything…

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  38. NoddingHead
    February 11, 2017

    We must lock arms to fight this if ever there was a chance.

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    • bob saffron
      February 11, 2017

      Arms locked and fingers crossed..

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