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The Gay Mafia and America’s aggressive homosexual agenda

One of FOTM’s faithful readers recently sent me an email of palpable frustration, a sentiment I share and no doubt by you as well. She wrote:

Is it just me or is something really in the perverted wind of this country? I turn on the TV and suddenly on a soap I have watched decades, a character who has been on there for a few years is suddenly a transgender. I watch a Sunday show on PBS, “Calling the Midwife,” and suddenly a supposedly happily married man sexually approaches a stranger in a man’s restroom. Some of my favorite shows, like “CSI” have gay characters, and the list goes on. ABC-Disney is making a sitcom about the life of a gay man, Dan Savage, who is one of the nastiest-mouthed human beings out there.

How can 4% of the population control 80% of the viewing?

I saw a couple of years ago that Obama’s senior adviser Valerie Jarrett went to Hollywood and demanded changes. A few months ago, Ulsterman wrote that Jarrett was overheard in OUR White House bragging they have so much more to do to us…. Our viewing choices are shrinking daily. Not to mention the sad world we are leaving the children.

Indeed, how can such a small percentage of the population — the percentage of self-identified LGBTs in the U.S. population actually is less than 2% — control so much of entertainment, the media, and pop culture?

Here’s how.

Ever heard of the Gay Mafia? This is Wikipedia’s definition:

The “Gay Mafia” and “Velvet Mafia” are typically associated with the upper echelons of the fashion and entertainment industries, and the terms are also used humorously by gay people themselves. The term was widely used in the 1980s and 1990s, and could often be seen in the pages of the New York Post…. “Lavender Mafia” refers to the perceived homosexual elements of life within the Catholic church.

But Wikipedia doesn’t go far enough because the word “mafia” is undefined. This is how the Oxford Dictionaries defines “mafia”:

  1. An organized international body of criminals, operating originally in Sicily and now especially in Italy and the US and having a complex and ruthless behavioral code.
  2. Any organized group using extortion and other criminal methods.
  3. A closed group of people in a particular field, having a controlling influence.

Clearly, definition no. 1 is not appropriate for the Gay Mafia because it’s not about Sicily or Italians. Definitions nos. 2 and 3 are more appropriate. The term “Gay Mafia” therefore may be defined as:

An organized group of homosexuals who use extortion and other illicit methods to exert a controlling influence over a particular industry or field.

The Gay Mafia can be found in at least three industries or fields: the media; Hollywood; and the Catholic Church.

1. Gay Mafia in The Media

Ever heard of an organization called the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association (NLGJA)?

Logo of National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association

According to the NLGJA’s web site:

The National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association (NLGJA) is an organization of journalists, media professionals, educators and students who work within the news industry to foster fair and accurate coverage of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues. NLGJA opposes all forms of workplace bias and provides professional development to its members.

Wikipedia says the NLGJA, based in Washington, D.C., was founded in 1990. It currently has about 700 members in the U.S. and abroad, primarily journalists and students in print, broadcast, and online media.

The NLJGA exerts its influence over journalism and the media in the following ways:

  1. From its inception, NLJGA hosts an annual convention inviting their members to participate in top-level training sessions, thought-provoking discussions, and social and professional networking events.
  2. The organization’s most noteworthy tangible contribution to the journalism industry is the NLGJA Stylebook Supplement on LGBT Terminology — a guide used by journalists when writing about the LGBT “community.”
  3. “Sexual orientation in the workplace” seminars, offered free of charge to news organizations, provides an LGBT-friendly office environment for homosexual journalists, and pushes for domestic partnership benefits at newspapers across the nation. 
  4. The seminars evolved into the Newsroom Outreach Project — meetings with broadcast, print and online newsroom leaders across the country on correct terminology and treatment of LGBT in the workplace.
  5. Rapid Response Task Force is a team of LGBT journalists who address any news piece that readers report as being offensive or inaccurate and inform writers and readers of the correct terminology.
  6. Student outreach via the NLGJA Student Central website, which provides support to young journalists in their early years with scholarships and internships, online networking opportunities, articles about LGBT issues in journalism, student project opportunities, NLGJA membership information, and links to online resources.

The video below is about a NLGJA fundraiser on April 16, 2015 in New York City’s Prince George Ballroom which featured an auction of items of the Chippendale male strippers. Attendees included ABC’s Meredith Viera (who was the main speaker), CNN president Jeff Zuckerman, and other media stars from the big networks CNN, MSNBC and Fox News.

The video’s narrator, news media watchdog Accuracy In Media (AIM) editor Cliff Kincaid, says that the NLGJA is subsidized by the media on both the left and the so-called right (Fox). According to the UK’s Digital Spy, in 2006, CNN donated $100,000 (!) to the NLGJA.

Kincaid warns that the next phase of NLGJA’s media campaign is paving the way for America’s acceptance of “transgendered rights,” and after that, of the sado-masochistic “leather community.”

WND also warns about a coming “media blitz” to “normalize transgenderism.” Former Olympian champion Bruce Jenner’s “I’m a woman” coming-out as a male-to-female transgender on last Friday’s ABC primetime special with Dianne Sawyer is only the beginning.

 2. Gay Mafia in Hollywood

That there’s a powerful homosexual clique in the entertainment industry is no secret. Perhaps the most infamous “outing” of Hollywood’s Gay Mafia was that by former Hollywood powerhouse Michael Ovitz, “the man who once was king.” In 2002, in a series of interviews with Vanity Fair magazine’s Bryan Burrough, Ovitz blamed his downfall on the vicious backstabbing by Hollywood’s Gay Mafia. 

Note: Ovitz is a Hollywood talent agent who co-founded Creative Artists Agency (CAA) in 1975 and served as its chairman until 1995, after which he briefly was president of the Walt Disney Company from October 1995 to January 1997.

According to Burrough, a “driving factor” in Ovitz’s decision to do the Vanity Fair interviews was his “burning need to name names, to throw light on the shadowy Hollywood cabal he believes did him in. He calls it the Gay Mafia, though several of its ‘members’ aren’t gay, and much of what he says about these men is nasty and unprintable. In Ovitz’s eyes the cabal’s demagogic leader . . . is [David] Geffen, laying waste to all Ovitz held dear, spreading rumors about his family, at the same time he was poisoning the business deals that would have saved AMG [Artists Management Group]—all things Geffen denies.” Geffen’s partners in crime, Ovitz alleges, include former Disney C.E.O. Michael Eisner, the New York Times, and Ovitz’s onetime protégés at the Creative Artists Agency, Bryan Lourd, Kevin Huvane, and Richard Lovett.

Note: David Geffen is the openly homosexual co-founder, with director Steven Spielberg, of DreamWorks.

Michael Ovitz, David Geffen, Bernard Weinraub

According to Ovitz, “David [Geffen] tries to destroy everything close to me. He went after my kids. He spread rumors about them. The guy is totally immoral, and he paints himself like this priest.” The vehicle Geffen repeatedly used to sabotage Ovtiz’s image is New York Times’ Hollywood correspondent Bernard Weinraub, whom Ovitz called the Gay Mafia conspiracy’s town crier and who wrote a list of nasty articles on Ovitz over the years. Ovitz claimed he had twice met with the newspaper’s senior staff, including publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr., but “it’s been no use.” As Ovitz put it, “Geffen comes up with the spin, and Weinraub parrots it back, quoting the same people over and over. There’s no balance in their coverage of me. None. Zero.”

3. gay mafia in The Catholic Church

Even the Catholic Church has a “lavender mafia” that, while not exerting the kind of power and influence on American culture as the media and Hollywood Gay Mafia, nevertheless works to corrupt the church and undermine its teachings.

In an article for Life Site News, John Westen describes a 2012 paper written by Polish priest and Ph.D. in Philosophy Fr. Dariusz Oko, With the Pope Against the Homoheresy,” in which Fr. Oko recounted his discovery of a “huge homosexual underground in the Church.” 

Fr. Oko writes that “I began my work as a struggle against a deadly, external threat to Christianity, but then gradually discovered that the enemy is not only outside the Church, but within it, as well,”

Archbishop Juliusz Paetz

Oko reveals his own run in with a homosexual clique in the Roman Catholic Church blocking justice for those abused by homosexual clergy, headed by the homosexual Archbishop Emeritus of Poznań, Juliusz Paetz. Oko learned of the archbishop “from a seminarian who told me, all trembling from emotions and terror, about his having been molested by his own ordinary. He was at a brink of losing faith, as well as mental and spiritual integrity. Our interventions at various levels of Church hierarchy were of no avail, however; we encountered a wall that could not be overcome, even in a case as self-evident as that.” What finally broke through the wall, was “a tremendous commotion in the media and reaching the Pope [Benedict XVI] himself. Otherwise, everything was blocked at lower levels of local or Vatican hierarchy.”

Describing the formation of homosexual cliques of clergy Fr. Oko says:

They know well, however, that they may be exposed and embarrassed, so they shield one another by offering mutual support. They build informal relationships reminding of a clique or even mafia, aim at holding particularly those positions which offer power and money.

When they achieve a decision-making position, they try to promote and advance mostly those whose nature is similar to theirs, or at least who are known to be too weak to oppose them. This way, leading positions in the Church may be held by people suffering from deep internal wounds.

They may actually achieve a dominating position in many areas of church hierarchy, become a “backroom elite” which actually has tremendous power in deciding about important nominations and the whole life of the Church. Indeed, they may even prove to be too powerful for honest, well-meaning bishops.

Fr. Oko also wrote about “the fear and confusion of the clergy, particularly in certain dioceses and congregations, when faced with” the topic of homosexuality. The clergy “escape into silence, unable to articulate even elementary statements on the teaching of the Church on the subject. What are they afraid of? Where does that fear in entire groups of mature, adult men come from? They must be afraid of some influential lobby which wields its power and which they may fall into disfavor with.

CRUCIFIX SEEN AS POPE ARRIVES TO LEAD GENERAL AUDIENCE AT VATICAN

Fr. Oko maintains that Pope Benedict XVI was well aware of this subculture within the Church, publicly lamented its “filth” and the damage it had caused, and “made cleansing the Church from homosexual abuse and preventing its reoccurrence in the future one of the priorities of his pontificate. He removed compromised clergymen from their offices with much energy. In the very first months following his election, still in 2005, he had an instruction issued to strictly forbid ordaining untreated homosexuals. The instruction was preceded by a letter sent from the Holy See to bishops around the world, ordering that priests with homosexual tendencies be immediately removed from any educational functions at seminaries.” Later in 2008, the Pope issued a directive forbidding even non-practicing homosexuals from becoming seminarians.

Ominously, when Fr. Oko wrote his paper in late 2012, he warned that the homolobby “represents the very centre of internal opposition against the Pope” and that Pope Benedict XVI “cannot do it all by himself.” He “needs each and everyone of us. He needs support and healthy preaching in every local Church . . . defending the truth of salvation, no matter how much it should cost us.” Fr. Oko said that “If homolobbyists are allowed to act freely, in a dozen or so years they may destroy entire congregations and dioceses,” resulting in “entire countries and nations” leaving the Church.

It is the contention of Leo Zagami, author of Pope Francis: The Last Pope?, that Pope Benedict XVI resigned because of the power of the church’s homosexual underground.

This is what Fr. Oko urges faithful Catholics to do:

  1. Recognize the priests who are homosexual: Fr. Oko warns that active homosexual priests are “devious” and “masters of camouflage.” Although members of the homolobby are a relatively small group, they often hold key positions (which they are very anxious to achieve), create a close network of relationships and support one another, “which is what makes them dangerous.” One way to recognize them is  “by their fruit” (cf. St. Matthew 7:16).
  2. The homosexual mafia in the Church must be dealt with in a very professional way. We must act like a prosecutor or an officer in the battlefield.
  3. It is important that we find a large group of people of goodwill to protect us and support what we do. That group should include clergymen, as high in the hierarchy as possible; experts in various fields; archive records specialists; lawyers; policemen; journalists; and as many believers as possible.
  4. Exchange information, documents, and evidence. The global network of homolobbies and homomafias must be counterbalanced by a network of honest people.
  5. Make use of the Internet, an excellent tool that makes it possible to create a global community of people concerned about the fate of the Church.
  6. Be mindful that we are like “sheep sent among wolves,” and so we must be “as shrewd as snakes and as innocent as doves” (St. Matthew 10:16). We must have the courage to stand up against evildoers, as Christ had the courage to stand up against the Pharisees of his times. “God did not give us a spirit of timidity, but a spirit of power, of love and of a sound mind” (2 Timothy 1:7).
  7. All interventions should be made with utmost respect and love for every person, including the abuser.

H/t FOTM’s Glenn47, Maziel, and Mike.

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~Éowyn

Straight Pride Posters at Ohio University

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The following is by Nick Vassar of the Huffington Post:

Students at an Ohio university say they were “blindsided” earlier this week after homophobic messages appeared around campus.

Signs advocating for a week of “straight pride” appeared on Ohio’s Youngstown State University campus earlier this week. The anonymously posted messages called for students to kick off finals week “by not annoying the shit out of everyone about your sexual orientation,” and not “telling everyone how ‘different’ you are.”

Smaller text at the bottom of the sign reads: “Brought to you by the students that are sick of hearing about your LGBT pride. Nobody cares about what you think you are, or what you want to have sex with. We have nothing against your sexual orientation. We just don’t give a fuck.”

YSU officials immediately removed the posters from around the campus, Ron Cole, the university’s public information officer, told The Huffington Post. He said the school has no sanctioned “straight pride week” and the messages were “completely bogus.”

“With the help of a bunch of students, we quickly went out to take them all down,” Cole said. “Reaction has ranged from concern to outrage. While we recognize the right to free speech, this is counter to our mission of being a diverse and accepting campus.”

News of the posters comes just a few days after a group of students organized an “Anti-Gay Day” at McGuffey High School in Claysville, Pennsylvania. The protesters chose to wear flannel shirts and write “anti-gay” on their hands to protest the Day of Silence, an event hoping to encourage discussion about anti-LGBT bullying in schools.

Some of the school’s students who openly identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender had Bible verses written on their lockers, and physical altercations broke out in hallways.

Tim Bortner, president of Youngstown’s LGBT group, YSUnity, told HuffPost despite the quick removal of the posters on his campus, they’ve touched a nerve. He’s seen polarizing reactions across social media including on Yik Yak, an anonymous messaging app similar to Twitter.

“We’re getting a lot of negative comments toward our community,” he said. “There has been a lot of harassment and things [on Yik Yak]. Our members are seeing that and our communities are seeing it and it’s making them feel unsafe.”

Lisa Ronquillo, vice president of YSUnity, said that, along with safety concerns, the community is angry, particularly after the group participated in the Day of Silence. Some of the posters were pinned on top of YSUnity fliers advertising a rally for marriage equality on May 9, and she said they’re now wondering if they’ll have to deal with heckling and violence at the event.

“This feels like it came out of nowhere… and I honestly feel blindsided by it,” Ronquillo said. “It’s not something that I expected from our student body. Everybody for the most part, they’re angry, they’re confused.”

The YSU student government association released a statement after the incident criticizing the “straight pride” posters:

When individuals belong to dominant societal cohorts (Caucasian, male, heterosexual, etc.) it is very easy to state “We have nothing against your sexual orientation” and to claim that efforts to raise awareness are “annoying.” For minorities who every day face discrimination and marginalization, such efforts are necessary — without zeal and persistence, sociology teaches that minority concerns very easily go by the wayside. Thus, dismissing the efforts of LGBTQIA students to push for equitable treatment as unnecessary is dangerous because it catalyzes discrimination, whether meant to do so or not.

“There’s no room for this on a university campus. It’s unprofessional, it’s childish and we need to get people to see we’re just like you, we’re not trying to force an agenda,” Ronquillo said. “We need to pull together as a community.”

Language has been added to clarify that the YSU student government association was criticizing the views expressed on the “straight pride” flyers and not LGBT activism.

Sunday Devotional: “I am the good shepherd”

John 10:11-15

Jesus said:
“I am the good shepherd.
A good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep.
A hired man, who is not a shepherd
and whose sheep are not his own,
sees a wolf coming and leaves the sheep and runs away,
and the wolf catches and scatters them.
This is because he works for pay and has no concern for the sheep.
I am the good shepherd,
and I know mine and mine know me,
just as the Father knows me and I know the Father;
and I will lay down my life for the sheep.”

I will be with you always

Acts 4:8-12

Peter, filled with the Holy Spirit, said:
“Leaders of the people and elders:
If we are being examined today
about a good deed done to a cripple,
namely, by what means he was saved,
then all of you and all the people of Israel should know
that it was in the name of Jesus Christ the Nazorean
whom you crucified, whom God raised from the dead;
in his name this man stands before you healed.
He is the stone rejected by you, the builders,
which has become the cornerstone. [Psalm 118:22]
There is no salvation through anyone else,
nor is there any other name under heaven
given to the human race by which we are to be saved.”

Jesus in clouds1

Love the Lord your God with your whole heart, your whole soul, your whole mind, and with all your strength!

~Éowyn

New TV show has couples commit adultery “to save” their marriage

The 6th Commandment: “You shall not commit adultery”

The Sodom and Gomorrah of America’s “entertainment” industry sinks to a new low.

FYI Television, of which I’d never even heard until now, has greenlighted a new TV show on spouse-swapping, otherwise known as adultery, called The Seven Year Switch.

FYI (stylized as fyi,) is a digital cable and satellite television network that is owned by A&E Networks, a joint venture between the Disney–ABC Television Group subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company and the Hearst Corporation.

Lisa de Moraes reports for Deadline, April 24, 2015, that FYI’s The Seven Year Switch, named after the 1950s Marilyn Monroe movie The Seven Year Itch, is an eight-episode series in which four married couples “at a crossroads in their relationship” “bravely” put their marriage on the line by shacking up with a “new partner” for two weeks.

They will eat, live and “sleep” commit adultery with total strangers, the network said. Relationship experts will help guide the adulterous couples through the process. At the end of their “experimental marriages” adultery, the married couples will reunite and decide whether to divorce or renew their vows.

Gena McCarthy, SVP Programming and Development at FYI, described it as an experiment to determine whether absence really does make the heart grow fonder. Blah, blah, blah.

The Seven Year Switch is produced by Kinetic Content for FYI. Chris Coelen, Karrie Wolfe and Cat Rodriguez are executive producers for Kinetic Content.  Gena McCarthy and Liz Fine serve as executive producers for FYI.

Gena McCarthy

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~Éowyn

Jesus Was Not a Wimp

Jesus by Akian

Jesus Was Not A Wimp

The Left loves to rewrite reinvent history, and one of their favorite targets is the historical life of Jesus.

Talk to most anyone on the Left, whether a priest, a pastor, or a civilian, and you’ll come away with the impression that Jesus was a tree-hugging, diversity-loving, promoter of tolerance for all. Nothing could be further than the truth.

“And he found in the temple them that sold oxen and sheep and doves, and the changers of money sitting.

“And when he had made, as it were, a scourge of little cords, he drove them all out of the temple, the sheep also and the oxen: and the money of the changers he poured out, and the tables he overthrew.

“And to them that sold doves he said: Take these things hence, and make not the house of my Father a house of traffic.” John 2:13

Does that sound like the kind of Jesus we get from today’s watered-down Church?

Jesus was not afraid to call sin for what it is and he wasn’t above a little name-calling to make a point. Indeed, he often referred to the Leftists of his day as vipers, serpents, and hypocrites.

Jesus loved everyone, and he still does, but he also knew that to engage in homosexual acts is an abomination before God: “And whosever shall not receive you, nor hear your words: going forth out of that house or city shake off the dust from your feet. Amen I say to you, it shall be more tolerable for the land of Sodom and Gomorrha in the day of judgement than for that city.” Matthew 10:14

Jesus loved children, and he was adamantly pro-life. “And whosoever shall scandalize one of these little ones that believe in me: it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck and he were cast into the sea.” Mark 9:41

Does that leave any doubt as to the fate of eternal damnation that awaits those who support or practice abortion?

Jesus was not a vegetarian or a member of PETA. He frequently ate fish, as did all the Apostles.

Jesus was physically strong, as evidenced by his carrying of the cross. I doubt if even 5% of today’s bodybuilders and professional athletes could manage that feat.

Jesus was not a tree-hugging environmentalist. He understood that the earth is here to serve man, not the other way around. “And in the morning, returning into the city, he was hungry. And seeing a certain fig tree by the way side, he came to it and found nothing on it but leaves only. And he saith to it: May no fruit grow on thee henceforward for ever. And immediately the fig tree withered away.” Matthew 21:18

With all the evil occurring in the world today, Jesus would take one look at the Church’s preoccupation with the environment and “Global Warming” and call it for what it is: an insult to God.

In short, Jesus stood for everything that’s in stark contrast to the dictates of the Left (and the dictates of the Left just happen to be the platform of the Democratic Party).

The message we get from today’s Christian and Catholic leaders appears to be “go along to get along,” but that attitude is the exact opposite of everything that Jesus taught. If we wish to emulate Jesus, it’s necessary for us to follow the true example of his life, not the fairy tale version the Left would have us believe.

Bryan Fisher, the host of Focal Point, put it best: God has not called us to be nice. He called us to be good.

http://fellowshipoftheminds.com/2014/01/11/are-all-democrats-and-some-republicans-going-to-hell/

One more time: The Ten Commandments

I know this has been dealt with on FOTM, but I wanted to think about the subject again. These commands are not burdensome. In fact, they have been used for ages to build stable societies with beneficial laws. They even figure in to many psychological remedies for people who need counseling and therapy. And yet, our darkened culture is at risk of removing them from the public square.

What would we replace them with?

“Do your own thing?”
We all know that leads to self destruction like Ferguson.

“Sharia?”
Did you know there is no law against murder in Sharia?

We have benefited for a long time by the guiding mechanisms of these laws, and not even been aware of it. When a natural disaster strikes, most of us never cast a thought to the break down of society. But in a corrupt society, disaster becomes an opportunity to rob, rape and murder, like in the Rodney King riots and the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

The Ten Commandments – Exodus 20:2-17

  1. I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage. You shall have no other gods before Me.
  2. You shall not make for yourself a carved image, or any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth; you shall not bow down to them nor serve them. For I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children to the third and fourth generations of those who hate Me, but showing mercy to thousands, to those who love Me and keep My Commandments.
  3. You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain, for the Lord will not hold him guiltless who takes His name in vain.
  4. Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy. Six days you shall labor and do all your work, but the seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord your God. In it you shall do no work: you, nor your son, nor your daughter, nor your male servant, nor your female servant, nor your cattle, nor your stranger who is within your gates. For in six days the Lord made the heavens and the earth, the sea, and all that is in them, and rested the seventh day. Therefore the Lord blessed the Sabbath day and hallowed it.
  5. Honor your father and your mother, that your days may be long upon the land which the Lord your God is giving you.
  6. You shall not murder.
  7. You shall not commit adultery.
  8. You shall not steal.
  9. You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.
  10. You shall not covet your neighbor’s house; you shall not covet your neighbor’s wife, nor his male servant, nor his female servant, nor his ox, nor his donkey, nor anything that is your neighbor’s.

PEACE

190 U.S. cities are hosts to immigrant “seedlings” to create “a country within a country”

Do you remember my post of March 5, 2015, “Obama’s amnesty: Illegals to take over America by creating ‘a country within a country’,” about a conference phone call by members of Obama’s cabinet hatching a malevolent plan to use millions of illegal “immigrants” to create “a country within a country”?

The plan is called the Task Force on New Americans, according to which millions of migrants would be used as “seedlings” implanted into innocent, unaware “receiving communities” across the United States. Like parasites, the “seedlings” will be nurtured with food, medical care, credit cards, no-interest loans, and Social Security — all provided by taxpayer dupes. When the “seedlings” mature, they will “emerge from the shadows” and take over and supplant the “receiving communities”. (All words between quotation marks are the words of Obama’s Task Force on New Americans.)

parasite bursts out of human

Below is a list of  190 cities across America where 318 “affiliates” of the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration will act as Refugee Processing Centers. In effect, these cities will be the “receiving communities” to welcome and nurture the “seedlings” that will grow to become “a country within a country.” (Source: U.S. State Dept Refugee Processing Center Affiliate Directory, Nov. 2014)

Note the prevalence of religious charities, especially those of the Catholic and Lutheran Churches, in a collusion of Church and State in this plan to use illegal immigrants and “refugees” from Muslim countries (See “Homeland Security chief says we should ‘give voice to the plight of Muslims’ as Obama administration opens immigration floodgates to Muslims”) to create “a country within a country”.

  1. Anchorage, Alaska: Catholic Social Services
  2. Mobile, Alabama: Catholic Social Services
  3. Springdale, Arkansas: Catholic Charities Immigration Services
  4. Glendale, AZ: International Rescue Committee
  5. Phoenix, AZ: Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest
  6. Phoenix, AZ: Arizona Immigrant and Refugee Services
  7. Phoenix, AZ: Refugee Focus
  8. Phoenix, AZ: Catholic Charities Community Services, 1825 W. Northern Ave.
  9. Phoenix, AZ: Catholic Charities Community Services, 615 W. Pierson St.
  10. Tucson, AZ: Refugee Focus, 120 N. Stone Ave.
  11. Tucson, AZ: Catholic Migration & Refugee Sergices
  12. Tucson, AZ: International Rescue Committee
  13. Anaheim, Calif.: East African Community Of Orange County
  14. Fullerton, CA: Crittenton Services For Children & Families
  15. Garden Grove, CA: World Relief Garden Grove
  16. Glendale, CA: International Rescue Committee
  17. Glendale, CA: Immigration And Refugee Services
  18. Glendale, CA: International Institute Of Los Angeles
  19. Los Angeles, CA: Interfaith Refugee & Immigration Service
  20. Los Angeles, CA: Interfaith Refugee And Immigration Ministry Of The Episcopal Diocese Of Los Angeles
  21. Los Angeles, CA: African Community Resource Center
  22. Los Angeles, CA: JFS Immigration And Resettlement Program
  23. Los Gatos, CA: Jewish Family Service Of Silicon Valley
  24. Modesto, CA: World Relief Modesto
  25. Oakland, CA: International Rescue Committee
  26. Oakland, CA: Catholic Charities
  27. Sacramento, CA: Opening Doors, Inc.
  28. Sacramento, CA: International Rescue Committee
  29. Sacramento, CA: Catholic Charities
  30. Sacramento, CA: World Relief Sacramento
  31. San Bernardino, CA: Catholic Charities
  32. San Diego, CA: Alliance For African Assistance
  33. San Diego, CA: Jewish Family Service Of San Diego
  34. San Diego, CA: International Rescue Committee San Diego
  35. San Diego, CA: Catholic Charities
  36. San Francisco, CA: Jewish Family & Children’s Services Of San Franciso
  37. San Francisco, CA: Catholic Charities Cyo
  38. San Jose, CA: International Rescue Committee San Jose
  39. San Jose, CA: Catholic Charities
  40. San Jose, CA: Catholic Charities San Jose – Foster Care
  41. Santa Rosa, CA: Catholic Charities Immigration And Resettlement Services
  42. Turlock, CA: International Rescue Committee
  43. Walnut Creek, CA: Jewish Family & Children’s Services Of East Bay
  44. Colorado Springs, CO: Lutheran Family Services Of Colorado, 132 E Las Animas
  45. Colorado Springs, CO: Lutheran Family Services Of Colorado, 108 E. Saint Vrain Street
  46. Denver, CO: Ecumenical Refugee Services, Inc.
  47. Denver CO: ECDC African Community Center
  48. Denver, CO: Lutheran Family Services Of Colorado, 1600 Downing Street
  49. Denver, CO: Lutheran Family Services Of Colorado, 363 S. Harlan Street
  50. Greeley, CO: Lutheran Family Services Of Colorado
  51. Bridgeport, CT: International Institute Of Connecticut
  52. Hartford, CT: Catholic Charities
  53. New Haven, CT: Integrated Refugee And Immigrant Services (IRIS)
  54. Washington, DC: L.S.S. / National Capital Area
  55. Wilmington, DE: Catholic Charities
  56. Clearwater, FL: Coptic Orthodox Charities
  57. Clearwater, FL: Gulf Coast Jewish Family And Community Services
  58. Delray Beach, FL: Church World Service/Palm Beach (Sub-Office)
  59. Doral, FL: CWS/IRP-Miami
  60. Jacksonville, FL: Lutheran Social Services Of N.E. Florida
  61. Jacksonville, FL: Refugee Resettlement Office
  62. Jacksonville, FL: World Relief Jacksonville
  63. Miami, FL: International Rescue Committee
  64. Miami, FL: Lutheran Services Florida
  65. Miami, FL: Refugee Resettlement Program
  66. Miami, FL: IRSA/Youth Co-Op Inc.
  67. Miami, FL: World Relief Miami
  68. Miami Springs, FL: Episcopal Migration Ministries
  69. Miami Springs, FL: Catholic Charities
  70. Naples, FL: Catholic Charities
  71. North Port, FL: Catholic Charities
  72. Orlando, FL: Lutheran Services Florida
  73. Orlando, FL: Catholic Immig./Refugee Services
  74. Palm Springs, FL: Youth Co-Op, Inc., Palm Springs
  75. Pensacola, FL: Catholic Charities
  76. Plantation, FL: Gulf Coast Jewish Family And Community Services – Broward County office
  77. Riviera Beach, FL: Catholic Charities
  78. Tallahassee, FL: Catholic Charities
  79. Tampa, FL: Lutheran Services Florida
  80. Tampa, FL: Catholic Charities
  81. Atlanta, GA: Refugee Resettlement & Immigration Services Of Atlanta
  82. Atlanta, GA: International Rescue Committee
  83. Atlanta, GA: Lutheran Services Of Georgia
  84. Atlanta, GA: Migration And Refugee Services
  85. Savannah, GA: Lutheran Service Of Georgia
  86. Stone Mountain, GA: World Relief Atlanta
  87. Honolulu, HI: Pacific Gateway Center
  88. Cedar Rapids, IA: Catholic Charities
  89. Des Moines, IA: Catholic Charities, 420 6th Street
  90. Des Moines, IA: Catholic Charities, 601 Grand Avenue
  91. Des Moines, IA: USCRI Des Moines
  92. Boise, ID: Agency For New Americans
  93. Boise, ID: International Rescue Committee
  94. Boise, ID: World Relief Treasure Valley
  95. Twin Falls, ID: College Of Southern Idaho Refugee Programs
  96. Aurora, IL: World Relief Aurora
  97. Chicago, IL: Refugee One
  98. Chicago, IL: Ethiopian Community Association Of Chicago
  99. Chicago, IL: Jewish Child And Family Services Of Chicago
  100. Chicago, IL: Catholic Charities
  101. Chicago, IL: Heartland Alliance For Human Needs And Human Rights
  102. Chicago, IL: World Relief Chicago
  103. Moline, IL: World Relief Moline
  104. Rockford, IL: Catholic Charities
  105. Wheaton, IL: World Relief DuPage
  106. Fort Wayne, IN: Catholic Charities Fort Wayne/South Bend
  107. Gary, IN: Catholic Charities
  108. Indianapolis, IN: Exodus Refugee/Immigration Inc.
  109. Indianapolis, IN: Catholic Social Services
  110. South Bend, IN: American Red Cross- St. Joseph County Chapter
  111. Kansas City, KS: Catholic Charities Of Northeast Kansas, Inc.
  112. Wichita, KS: Episcopal Wichita-Area Refugee Ministry
  113. Wichita, KS: International Rescue Committee
  114. Bowling Green, KY: Western Kentucky Refugee Mutual Assistance
  115. Lexington, KY: Kentucky Refugee Ministries
  116. Louisville, KY: Kentucky Refugee Ministries
  117. Louisville, KY: Catholic Charities
  118. Owensboro, KY: International Center, Owensboro
  119. Alexandria, LA: Resettlement Center Of Central La, Inc.
  120. Baton Rouge, LA: Migration & Refugee Services
  121. Lafayette, LA: Migration & Refugee Services
  122. Metairie, LA: Immigration And Refugee Services
  123. Boston, MA: International Institute Of Boston
  124. Framingham, MA: Jewish Family Service Of Metrowest
  125. Jamaica Plain, MA: Refugee & Immigrant Assistance Center
  126. Lowell, MA: International Institute Of Lowell
  127. South Boston, MA: Refugee & Immigration Services
  128. Springfield, MA: Jewish Family Service Of Western Massachusetts
  129. Waltham, MA: Lutheran Social Services of New England
  130. West Springfield, MA: Lutheran Comm. Svcs Of South New England
  131. Worcester, MA: Refguee And Immigrant Assistance Center
  132. Worcester, MA: Lutheran Social Services Of New England
  133. Worcester, MA: LCS Of Southern New England, Unaccompanied Minors Program
  134. Worcester, MA: Catholic Charities
  135. Baltimore, MD: Jewish Community Services
  136. Baltimore, MD: International Rescue Committee Baltimore
  137. Glen Burnie, MD: World Relief Anne Arundel
  138. Rockville, MD: JSSA Newcomer Resettlement
  139. Silver Spring, MD: African Community Center
  140. Silver Spring, MD: International Rescue Committee
  141. Silver Spring, MD: Lutheran Social Service Of The National Capitol Area
  142. Portland, ME: Catholic Charities Maine
  143. Ann Arbor, MI: Jewish Family Service Of Washtenaw County
  144. Battle Creek, MI: Lutheran Social Services Of Michigan
  145. Clinton Township, MI: CC of South East Michigan – Office Of Migration
  146. Dearborn, MI: USCRI Dearborn
  147. Grand Rapids, MI: Bethany Christian Services-Refugee Resettlement Program
  148. Grand Rapids, MI: Lutheran Social Services Of Michigan
  149. Grand Rapids, MI: Grand Rapids – Foster Care
  150. Grand Rapids, MI:bBethany Christian Services
  151. Lansing, MI: LSS Of Michigan, Unaccompanied Minors Program
  152. Lansing, MI: Refugee Services
  153. Troy, MI: Lutheran Social Services Of Michigan
  154. Minneapolis, MN: Minnesota Council Of Churches/Refugee Services
  155. Minneapolis, MN: Minnesota Council Of Churches
  156. Minneapolis, MN: Lutheran Social Services Of Minnesota
  157. Richfield, MN: World Relief Minnesota
  158. Rochester,MN: Catholic Charities
  159. Saint Paul, MN: Migration & Refugee Services
  160. Saint Paul, MN: International Institute Of Minnesota
  161. St. Cloud, MN: Lutheran Social Services Of Minnesota
  162. Columbia, MO: CC of Central and Northern Missouri – Resettlement Office
  163. Kansas City, MO: Della Lamb Community Services
  164. Kansas City, MO: Jewish Vocational Service (JVS)
  165. Saint Louis, MO: Catholic Charities Refugee Services
  166. Saint Louis, MO: International Institute Of Metropolitan St. Louis
  167. Biloxi, MS: Migration And Refugee Center
  168. Jackson, MS: Catholic Charities
  169. Charlotte, NC: Carolina Refugee Resettlement Agency
  170. Charlotte, NC: Catholic Charities Diocese of Charlotte
  171. Durham, NC: Church World Service-IRP
  172. Durham, NC: World Relief Durham
  173. Greensboro, NC: Church World Service-IRP
  174. Greensboro, NC: North Carolina African Services Coalition
  175. High Point, NC: World Relief High Point
  176. New Bern, NC: Diocese Of East Carolina Interfaith Refugee Ministry
  177. Raleigh, NC: Lutheran Family Services In The Carolinas
  178. Raleigh, NC: USCRI NC
  179. Wilmington, NC: East Carolina Interfaith Refugee Ministry – Wilmington
  180. Bismarck, ND: Lutheran Social Services Of North Dakota
  181. Fargo, ND: New American Services- Lutheran Social Services Of North Dakota
  182. Fargo, ND: Lutheran Social Services Of North Dakota Center For The New American
  183. Fargo, ND: LSS Of North Dakota (Foster Care)
  184. Grand Forks, ND: New American Services Of Grand Forks
  185. Grand Forks, ND: Lutheran Social Services Of North Dakota Center, New American Services
  186. Lincoln, NE: Lutheran Refugee Services
  187. Lincoln, NE: Catholic Social Services
  188. Omaha, NE: Lutheran Family Services
  189. Omaha, NE: Southern Sudan Community Association
  190. Concord, NH: Interfaith Refugee Resettlement Program- Lutheran Social Services Of The Ne
  191. Concord, NH: Lutheran Social Services Of New England, Inc.
  192. Manchester, NH: International Institute Of New Hampshire
  193. Camden, NJ: Migration And Refugee Services
  194. East Orange, NJ: Jewish Vocational Service Of Metrowest
  195. Elizabeth, NJ: International Rescue Committee
  196. Albuquerque, NM: Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains
  197. Albuquerque, NM: Catholic Charities
  198. Las Vegas, NV: African Community Center In Las Vegas
  199. Las Vegas, NV: Refugee Assistance Program
  200. Albany, NY: Catholic Charities
  201. Albany, NY: USCRI Albany Field Office
  202. Amityville, NY: Catholic Charities
  203. Binghamton, NY: American Civic Association Inc.
  204. Brooklyn, NY: Catholic Charities
  205. Brooklyn, NY: IRSA Camba
  206. Buffalo, NY: Journey’s End Refugee Services, Inc, Tri-Main Center, 2495 Main Street
  207. Buffalo, NY: Journey’s End Refugee Services, Inc, 2459 Main Street
  208. Buffalo, NY: Jewish Family Service Of Buffalo And Erie County
  209. Buffalo, NY: Refugee Assistance Program Catholic Charities
  210. Buffalo, NY: International Institute Of Buffalo, Inc.
  211. New York, NY: F.E.G.S
  212. New York, NY: International Rescue Committee New York Resettlement
  213. New York, NY: Catholic Charities Community Services
  214. Rochester, NY: Catholic Family Center/Refugee Resettlement Prog
  215. Rochester, NY: Catholic Family Center
  216. Rochester, NY: Catholic Family Center Foster Care
  217. Syracuse, NY: Interfaith Works Of Central New York, 1010 James St.
  218. Syracuse, NY: Interfaith Works Of Central New York, Inc, 3049 E. Genesee Street
  219. Syracuse, NY: Refugee Resettlement Program
  220. Syracuse, NY: Residential And Community Services – Foster Care
  221. Utica, NY: Mohawk Valley Resource Center For Refugees
  222. Akron, OH: International Institute Of Akron, Inc.
  223. Cincinnati, OH: Catholic Charities
  224. Cleveland, OH: Migration And Refugee Services
  225. Cleveland, OH: The International Services Center
  226. Cleveland Heights, OH: Us Together – Cleveland Office
  227. Columbus, OH: Community Refugee And Immigration Services
  228. Columbus, OH: Us Together
  229. Columbus, OH: World Relief Columbus
  230. Dayton, OH: Catholic Social Services
  231. Toledo, OH: US Together – Toledo office
  232. Oklahoma City, OK: Catholic Charities
  233. Tulsa, OK: Catholic Charities
  234. Portland, OR: SOAR/Ecumenical Ministries Of Oregon
  235. Portland, OR: Lutheran Community Services Northwest
  236. Portland, OR: Catholic Charities
  237. Allentown, PA: Lutheran Children and Family Services of Eastern PA
  238. Erie, PA: Catholic Charities
  239. Erie, PA: International Institute of Erie
  240. Harrisburg, PA: Catholic Charities
  241. Lancaster, PA: CWS/IRP/Lancaster C/O Tabor Community Services
  242. Lancaster, PA: Lutheran Children And Family Service Of E. Pa
  243. Philadelphia, PA: HIAS And Council Migration Service Philadelphia
  244. Philadelphia, PA: Lutheran Children & Family Svc Of Eastern Pennsylvania
  245. Philadelphia, PA: Nationalities Service Center Of Philadelphia
  246. Pittsburgh, PA: Acculturation for Justice, Access & Peace Outreach (AJAPO)
  247. Pittsburgh, PA: Jewish Family& Children’s Services Of Pittsburgh
  248. Pittsburgh, PA: Catholic Charities
  249. Pittsburgh, PA: Northern Area Multi Service Center
  250. Roslyn, PA: Lutheran Children And Family Services
  251. Scranton, PA: Catholic Social Services
  252. San Juan, Puerto Rico: Servicios Sociales Catolicos
  253. Providence, RI: Immigration And Refugee Services
  254. Providence, RI: Dorcas International Institute Of Rhode Island
  255. Columbia, SC: Lutheran Family Services In The Carolinas
  256. Huron, SD: Lutheran Social Services Of South Dakota
  257. Sioux Falls, SD: Lutheran Social Services Of South Dakota
  258. Chattanooga, TN: Bridge Refugee Services
  259. Knoxville, TN: Bridge Refugee And Sponsorship Services, Inc.
  260. Memphis, TN: World Relief Memphis
  261. Nashville, TN: Nashville International Center For Empowerment
  262. Nashville, TN: Refugee And Immigration Service
  263. Nashville, TN: World Relief Nashville
  264. Abilene, TX: IRC – Abilene
  265. Amarillo, TX: Refugee Services Of Texas, Inc
  266. Amarillo, TX: Catholic Charities of the Texas Panhandle
  267. Austin, TX: Refugee Services Of Texas, 7801 North Lamar
  268. Austin, TX: Refugee Services Of Texas, 500 E St. John’s Ave.,
  269. Austin, TX: Caritas Of Austin
  270. Corpus Christi, TX: Catholic Social Services
  271. Dallas, TX: Refugee Services Of Texas, Inc
  272. Dallas, TX: International Rescue Committee Dallas
  273. Dallas, TX: Refugee And Empowerment Services
  274. El Paso, TX: Migrant & Refugee Services
  275. Fort Worth, TX: Refugee Services Of Texas, Inc.
  276. Fort Worth, TX: Immigration & Refugee Services
  277. Fort Worth, TX: Catholic Charities
  278. Fort Worth, TX: World Relief Fort Worth
  279. Houston, TX: Interfaith Ministries For Greater Houston
  280. Houston, TX: Alliance For Multicultural Community Services
  281. Houston, TX: Refugee Services Of Texas, Inc
  282. Houston, TX: Catholic Charities
  283. Houston, TX: Children And Family Services Cc Of The Diocese Of Galveston-Houston
  284. Houston, TX: YMCA International Services
  285. San Antonio, TX: Catholic Charities
  286. Salt Lake City, UT: International Rescue Committee
  287. Salt Lake City, UT: Catholic Community Services
  288. Arlington, VA: Refugee Services
  289. Charlottesville, VA: International Rescue Committee
  290. Falls Church, VA: Lutheran Social Services Of The National Capitol Area
  291. Fredericksburg, VA: Refugee Services
  292. Harrisonburg, VA: Church World Service IRP
  293. Newport News, VA: Immigration And Refugee Services
  294. Richmond, VA: Church World Service IRP
  295. Richmond, VA: Commonwealth Catholic Charities
  296. Roanoke, VA: Commonwealth Catholic Charities, 820 Campbell Avenue, Sw
  297. Roanoke, VA: Commonwealth Catholic Charities, 541 Luck Avenue SW
  298. Colchester, VT: Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program
  299. Kent, WA: Jewish Family Service Of Greater Seattle
  300. Kent, WA: World Relief Seattle
  301. Richland, WA: World Relief Tri-Cities
  302. Seattle, WA: Refugee Resettlement Office
  303. Seattle, WA: International Rescue Committee Seattle
  304. Seattle, WA: Lutheran Community Services Northwest
  305. Spokane, WA: World Relief Spokane
  306. Tacoma, WA: Lutheran Community Services Northwest
  307. Tacoma, WA: Catholic Community Services – Foster Care
  308. Vancouver, WA: Lutheran Community Services Northwest
  309. Green Bay, WI: Resettlement & Immigration Services Catholic Charities
  310. Madison, WI: Lutheran Social Services Of Wi And Upper Mi
  311. Milwaukee, WI: Pan-African Community Association
  312. Milwaukee, WI: Lutheran Social Service Of Wi & Upper Mi
  313. Milwaukee, WI: Catholic Charities
  314. Milwaukee, WI: International Institute Of Wisconsin
  315. Oshkosh, WI: World Relief Fox Valley
  316. Sheboygan, WI: Catholic Charities
  317. Charleston, WV: Migration & Refugee Services
  318. Casper, WY: Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains

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~Éowyn