Unholy Alliance: Christian Charities Profit from $1 Billion Fed Program to Resettle Refugees, 40 Percent Muslim

BigGovernment: … In FY 2015, the State Department, through the Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration and the Office of Refugee Resettlement, spent more than $1 billion on these programs, which settled international refugees “vetted” by the United Nations High Commission on International Refugees in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. The federal government spent hundreds of millions of dollars more than that on refugees, however. The Department of Health and Human Services also provided a number of “entitlements” to these refugees.

Much of this $1 billion in annual revenue goes to voluntary agencies (VOLAGs), several of which are Christian non-profits, such as Catholic Charities, Lutheran Social Services,World Relief Corporation, Church World Service, and Domestic and Foreign Missionary Service of the Episcopal Church of the USA. (also referred to as Episcopal Migration Ministries), who are contracted on behalf of the government to help these refugees get settled in their new homes in America.  more

10 Comments on Unholy Alliance: Christian Charities Profit from $1 Billion Fed Program to Resettle Refugees, 40 Percent Muslim

  1. That’s why I don’t give to anyone beyond my own little church down the road–the one I attend. At least there, I have some input as to how the donations are earmarked, and how the church ministers to the community.

  2. Yet another “shock-face” NOT…… any object, program, charity, sponsorship, endeavor, policy created by, administered by, or even touched by filthy Dhimmorats is corrupted, debauched, rotted from inside out…and these same Dhimmorats are so stupidly blind as to disbelieve what they see and hear… kind of like Slick Willie promising not to pork anymore females except the Hildabeest… turns one’s stomach!!! How can anyone with the abilities to walk and chew gum at the same time keep voting for these human excrements??

  3. Well, of course the USCCB is right in there amongst them. The USCCB is right up there with the most corrupt and contemptible organizations of human beings ever.

  4. Jesus saved his harshest words for the Pharisee. They ruled the Jewish people with the requirement to obey heartless laws that mostly propped up their egos and wealth to the detriment of the people. The money-changers in the Temple preyed on the people using the “law” as their justification. We all know what Jesus did to them, right?

    I’m not surprised to see that so-called Christians are following in the same tradition. Martin Luther saw it, too. He nailed his findings on a door. We nail our findings on the internet.

  5. That’s right. As for the Episcopal ministries, the stat I have is that 92% tax-payer fundrd, 8% coming from themselves. Forced charity is not charity.

  6. The USA is a dead man walking. Sort of like Keith Richards.
    I feel sorry for my son. I have told him over and over again to get a job with the government. It’s the only way to go in this alternate universe.
    Bye bye America.

  7. All of the main-line churches are part of this ruse. They throw bake sales and other fundraisers for “the poor” or “battered women” or “the homeless” to make the local dopes in the congregation feel like they’re “doing something”, but it’s all just a sideshow to cover that fact that the REAL dough is funneling in through the government.

    Why do you suppose that the Catholics, Episcopalians, Presbyterians, Methodists, etc. are so down with the entire SJW agenda, including gay marriage, Planned Parenthood, illegal immigration, sanctuary cities, etc.?

    For the very same reason our politicians are. They’re bought and paid for.

    The Gubment co-opted our religions a long time ago.

    It’s the reason you have that unsettled “stranger in a strange land” feeling so often when you’re at church.

  8. Tim
    The reason is to buy stupid people’s votes.The left has spent the last 100 years brainwashing America. It’s pretty obvious that they have succeeded. I’m happy to be a geezer, because I don’t want to deal with what’s around the bend.
    I worry for my son, though.

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