Battle for Wyoming; government trying to start a refugee resettlement program

Paul Nachman letter

Vietnamese refugees were brought to Wyoming 30 years ago but all left since then. The first commenter, Cody Coyote, the single pro-refugee invasion commenter, whines that Wyoming people were all bigots who drove the VIetnamese away!

I want to remind the guy from Bozeman that in our own lifetime we had refugees sent to us here in Cody Wyoming. They were from South East Asia. At the end of the Vietnam War the US expatriated Vietnamese, after the Fall of Saigon. Hmong, Lao, Lisu, Karenn, Montangnards , all manner of folks from Indochina were brought here to America. Denver Colorado was a ” redistribution” center. My town of Cody WY got about 35 families of Southeast Asians , almost none of whom spoke English.

About 15 years later one of those infant Vietnamese girls walked across the stage and recieved her Cody High School diploma—as Valedectorian of her graduating class. This story was similar to many others…the Asians became good productive citizens and learned the language and were far more hardworking and motivated than most Anglos. They showed us all how to live the American Dream starting from next to nothing. Some became members of the Rotary CLub or Kiwanis. They raised their families here.

That was 25 years ago. Where are they today ? I don;t know. They are gone. They were pushed away by the Bigots, the xenophobes, the discriminiatory, the prejudiced. Made unwelcome.

We really need to work on our social mores here in the Equality State, or just change the state motto to reflect our true demeanor. The Bozeman letter writer reminded me of this yet again.

Nachman: Refugee influx not so great

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March 04, 2014 9:45 am(10) Comments
Editor:

The Feb. 22 article (“Former child soldier wants refugee office in Wyoming”) about a possible influx of refugees to Wyoming paints the cheerful picture of a program—under careful, joint control by the federal government and national charitable organizations (e.g. Lutheran Immigrant and Refugee Services; Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society)—that brings in people whose diverse backgrounds enrich the lives of the locals, even as these newcomers speedily become “self sufficient.”

That scenario has almost no overlap with the actual experiences of cities across the country (e.g. Lewiston, Maine; Amarillo, Texas; Manchester, N.H.) that have been deluged with needy people—typically unaccustomed to living in a modern, self-governing society—once they agreed to accept a few refugees.

And often they didn’t even agree. Instead, the U.S. State Department, in cooperation with those national organizations, merely announced that refugees would be coming, and it was up to local governments and their taxpayers to accommodate the inflow.

One explicitly local burden is the surge of non-English-speakers into public schools (ESL teachers required) and as clients of the court system and social services agencies (translators required). Those don’t qualify for the federal support that supposedly makes the program cost-free to receiving communities.

All public benefits—federal, state, and local— are available to refugees by 30 days after their arrival in the U.S., and their use is much higher than that by native-born citizens. For example, in 2010, 49 percent of refugees who had arrived during 2005-2010 were receiving medical assistance (primarily Medicaid).

Further, what’s implied by “self-sufficiency?” This merely means that refugees aren’t collecting federally-funded Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF). They can still be receiving food stamps, Medicaid, locally-funded general (cash) assistance, and Supplemental Security Income while being officially counted as “self sufficient.”

It’s also important to recognize that those organizations that help resettle refugees are federal contractors. Instead of providing actual charity, they run their refugee operations primarily with taxpayer money.

So Wyomingites shouldn’t just leave decisions about the proposed state refugee program to such self-interested “experts.” Remember, it’s still your state.

PAUL NACHMAN, Bozeman, Mont.

Copyright 2014 Casper Star-Tribune Online. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

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(10) Comments
Borderhawk Report Abuse
Borderhawk – 6 hours ago
Let the voters decide. Put it on the ballot. It is a long term program so it can wait until the voters have decided by ballot measure. They have a right to decide how densely populated they want their towns to be.
thehousemouse Report Abuse
thehousemouse – March 07, 2014 6:05 am
wait till you see the crime rate after a few years. it will explode, there is not enough housing for the folks we got now, so bring in a hundred thousand more, smart thinking there. and keep an eye on your pets many of these counties consider cats and dogs good eating. I don’t know if you notice but Wyoming is pretty much white it wont be for long. we will look like Colorado in no time at all, packed with gangs and crime. Yep keep voting for these people who love that fed money.
rigrat Report Abuse
rigrat – 22 hours ago
You got it.
John Vinson Report Abuse
John Vinson – March 06, 2014 12:44 pm
When anyone says anything critical of immigration, the Talibans of “Tolerance” respond swiftly with accusations of bigotry, xenophobia, and similar verbage designed to silence rational discussion. It’s time for thoughtful people to ignore these verbal bullies.

The refugee program, as it exists now, has many flaws. Specifically, it allows groups (including religious organizations) to practice their charity at taxpayers’ expense. Also, there is much question as to whether many of the people designated as refugees really face sufficient persecution to qualify for that status.

The people of Wyoming should consider these issues before signing on to the refugee program. Promoters of the program depict themselves as humanitarians, but that doesn’t mean that they really are.

John Vinson, Monterey VA
67XL Report Abuse
67XL – March 06, 2014 2:30 pm
Exactly.
Ann Corcoran Report Abuse
Ann Corcoran – March 05, 2014 2:00 pm
In partial response to Cody Coyote, most of the Vietnamese refugees came before the present refugee program was passed by Congress (Ted Kennedy and Joe Biden were chief sponsors) and signed into law by Jimmy Carter setting up the present structure where the US State Department (UN really) picks the refugees and nine major federal contractors/hundreds of subcontractors distribute them to “welcoming” towns and cities.

They need Wyoming because the welcome is wearing out in many places.

The Vietnamese were largely taken care of by individual churches which took them under their wings, helped them get a start (with no great dependence on welfare) as a true charitable enterprise and it often took years for them to properly assimilate. Today the contractors are paid for a very brief time to drop them off and then they move on to a new batch.

And, btw, most of the Vietnamese moved from Wyoming surely to join others of their ethnicity in certain Vietnamese enclaves elsewhere in America.

Having adopted two Vietnamese children myself, when refugees were first brought as a big surprise to my rural community 7 years ago, at first I wasn’t alarmed by the diversity so much—they were btw mostly Russian/Turkish Muslims—as I was surprised by the cavalier attitude of the church contractor from another state. When our community became alarmed by the numbers the contractor said, ‘many more would come’, because they, the church contractor, ‘would be doing the paperwork for family members waiting to join the first group’.

As a result of all of that, I have now spent seven years blogging to try to explain why this program, the present Refugee Resettlement Program (created in 1980), is flawed. Surely there are many decent and deserving refugees successfully resettled (and a large number who don’t or won’t accept American culture), but the program itself must be radically reformed and I can’t for the life of me understand why Wyoming is so anxious to get into this controversial federally-controled program and lose some of your state’s sovereignty.
67XL Report Abuse
67XL – March 06, 2014 2:32 pm
Because these RINO’s are after a fast buck.
don barnett Report Abuse
don barnett – March 04, 2014 7:32 pm
The most important feature of the refugee business is that it is just that – a business. The program is run by money-making federal contractors. They make money in a variety of ways, – even going as far as pocketing 25% of the transportation loans they make to the refugees and collecting money from the feds whenever they hand over to refugees used cars and couches which they themselves obtained at no cost as a tax-advantaged donation.
As a recent GAO report stated: “local affiliate funding is based on the number of refugees they serve, so affiliates have an incentive to maintain or increase the number of refugees they resettle each year rather than allowing the number to decrease”
The main goal of the contractors is to get the refugees into social services. They only do what they are paid to do and that means they will do nothing after 90 days in most cases. That is just not enough of an engagement to ensure a smooth transition into American life.
Salty Dawg Report Abuse
Salty Dawg – March 04, 2014 1:55 pm
America had an influx of “boat people” from Vietnam in the 70’s and 80’s,many of them live better than the GI’s who tried to do their fighting for them.We don’t need any more refugees,we have plenty streaming across the Rio Grande now.
Cody Coyote Report Abuse
Cody Coyote – March 04, 2014 10:39 am
I do not believe this letter writer knows what in Perdition he is talking about. This is emotional alarmism with few facts and a little heavy on the bias ( read: bigotry towards immigrants ). Never mind his overt opinion is based on the wishful conjecture of one person , not a pending state or national initiative to flood the streets of our hamlets with brown skinned brown eyed brown haired refugees from far off lands.

The letter writer seems to conveniently forget one of the cornerstones of American history —that we live in a country of immigrants and have for over 450 years since Jamestown and Plymouth Rock. Never mind we of Euro descent foisted ourselves onto the Natives here without remorse and often with dire results. There is also the grimness of the slave trade and little eisodes like building the UP Railroad with Chinese stoop labor under the whip. Finally , we invited Mexican nationals to come grow food for us during WWI and WWII as ” brazos ” while our boys were back on the Mother Continent fighting, or in the Pacific. America is made of immigrants of all manner and means.

I want to remind the guy from Bozeman that in our own lifetime we had refugees sent to us here in Cody Wyoming. They were from South East Asia. At the end of the Vietnam War the US expatriated Vietnamese, after the Fall of Saigon. Hmong, Lao, Lisu, Karenn, Montangnards , all manner of folks from Indochina were brought here to America. Denver Colorado was a ” redistribution” center. My town of Cody WY got about 35 families of Southeast Asians , almost none of whom spoke English.

About 15 years later one of those infant Vietnamese girls walked across the stage and recieved her Cody High School diploma—as Valedectorian of her graduating class. This story was similar to many others…the Asians became good productive citizens and learned the language and were far more hardworking and motivated than most Anglos. They showed us all how to live the American Dream starting from next to nothing. Some became members of the Rotary CLub or Kiwanis. They raised their families here.

That was 25 years ago. Where are they today ? I don;t know. They are gone. They were pushed away by the Bigots, the xenophobes, the discriminiatory, the prejudiced. Made unwelcome.

We really need to work on our social mores here in the Equality State, or just change the state motto to reflect our true demeanor. The Bozeman letter writer reminded me of this yet again.

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26 Responses to Battle for Wyoming; government trying to start a refugee resettlement program

  1. Rita Rabbit says:

    It warms my heart to know there are so many “bigots” out there. Fuck the genociders!

  2. The fundamental premise of these things is always just assumed, never questioned.

    Why should the people of Wyoming “welcome” foreigners? Why is the xenophilia of the anti-whites never questioned?

    Why is it when Asians succeed, it’s credited to them, their smarts and their work ethic. But when whites succeed, it’s always “racism” and “white privilege?”

    I mean, we know the answer. Anti-racist is just a code word for anti-white. But how are they getting away with this blatant anti-white discrimination?

  3. ascomanni says:

    I read last year that the US gov’t had resettled an entire village of Somalis into Barbara Bachman’s district. Make no mistake about it, the current gov’t is targeting Republican (ie white) areas for resettling third world refugee’s (aka new Democrat voters). In the area where I live the displacement of whites is all but complete. Last week in the clinic where I work I saw one person with blue eyes. She was a German woman actually. A good old fashion blonde haired blue eyed Aryan. I commented to her that she had the first blue eye’s I had seen all week. She laughed and said, “Not too many of us huh?” I said “We’re a dying breed.” She said, “Really?” in honest surprise. I just signed and went on with my work.

    • mindweapon says:

      I don’t think we’re a dying breed, and I don’t like to let that go unanswered. We are just presently encountering some difficulties as a result of a bad parasite infestation. A case of fleas or tapeworms shouldn’t be fatal; it just has to be treated.

      • ascomanni says:

        Actually I think that our demographic decline offers us an opportunity, if the right people understand it. If racially conscious white people can be encouraged to have more children, then our numbers will rapidly take over the otherwise falling population.

    • in Kalispell Montana says:

      Vast majority of people in my town have blue eyes. In fact I have only seen one nonWhite all week, an adopted Asian

  4. Cj aka Elderofzyklons Blog says:

    Reblogged this on ElderofZyklon's Blog!.

  5. banned56 says:

    “gone. They were pushed away by the Bigots, the xenophobes, the discriminiatory, the prejudiced. Made unwelcome.”

    I love Wyomingites!

    “joint control by the federal government and national charitable organizations (e.g. Lutheran Immigrant and Refugee Services; Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society)—”
    G-D ykws and their boot-licking Shabbos goys. Retch.

    I need you Mindweapons to all to move here, please.

  6. tg moderator says:

    What the article leaves out is the real reason most of the Asians left WY–to seek opportunity elsewhere. There are not too many IT jobs in WY outside of Caspar. The big money in most fields is on the east and west coasts, and in larger cities generally. Asian culture values education, and there was a powerful incentive for the educated to leave WY. The other motivator was the desire to live near others like themselves. I doubt that bigotry had much to do with it at all. Btw. I have worked in WY a fair bit as an engineer. There are many good jobs in coal, oil, gas, and electrical energy production. While Asians dominate the engineering fields, they were fairly scarce in WY.

  7. Anon says:

    I remember reading on refugee resettlement watch that Wyoming actually opted out of the refugee resettlement program very early on, so this seems suprising.

  8. Afterthought says:

    These are fundamentally Christian tropes that the Geoncide Proponent is using. One of the casualties of this war, for better or worse, will be Semitic Religion among whites. The second casualty is Empire, as whites relearn that Empire leads to white genocide.

  9. Larry Sullivan says:

    Good luck. Wyoming folk have zero time for non-whites.

  10. TabuLa Raza says:

    Catholic Charities received a cool six billion in the year 2000. Their site no longer discusses finances. . .

    LSS [Lutheran Social Services] also receives gobs of taxpayer wealth, to import Africans, with a median IQ of 67 [darkest Africa- not coloureds or mulattoes]

  11. TabuLa Raza says:

    I think I got the number from A C.C. site. I would not confuse 6B with 6M. All I recall is that it seemed impossibly large, yet there it was. It’s hard to research, as there is so much overlap. The Bishops have one gig, Catholic Charities another, each State has its own. I assume that interested parties do not want us to know the horror.

    http://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2011/01/29/so-how-much-does-all-this-cost-us/

  12. vikingbitch says:

    Reblogged this on vikingbitch's Blog and commented:
    I blogged about this on Vikingbitch within the last two weeks. Yep, word has it that the White Traitor Wyoming Governor is trying to bring in refugees from the Congo. Yeah buddy, THAT is going to work well.
    Oh yes, the typical “Asian (African, etc) immigrants work hard and become good students blah blah blah.
    Although I am an American citizen, I was born in Canada. I essentially am an immigrant. When my White Bread family came to the States in the early 80s, we did not get vouchers for rent, food stamps, NOTHING! So sure these refugees conform to the ‘Publik Skool” Indoctrination Centers because they are PAID to do so! They are footsoldiers of the JEW – Elite White NWO.
    Most white kids here and in the UK are essentially just ‘throwing in the towel’ on “Publik Edumacation” because they know it is a bunch of BS. They know and ‘feel’ that public schools are Anti White. In fact, the whole World of Work including the Corporate ClusterFuck of Amurkistan is Anti White. Why would any sane white person buy into or invest into his crooked, debauched, degradtory system? School is about conformity, nothing more, nothing less and it mirrors the NWO World of Work, which is about being the chattle, the Goy, the tron, the fuckbot.
    Um, hell no, no thanks will pass…..
    Whites have to get gangsta and sabotage the NWO in every which way possible. I am glad I am an outlier and that I do not “fit in”, because doing so means that there is something patholologically wrong with ME.

    Sorry Jews and Elites, this is MY country. You fuckers are using MY hardearned money to house these turds. I am not going anywhere. I intend to spend the rest of my years sabotaging your plan. I am awake and angry. You and your refugee imported turds can kiss my white arce!

    I

    • mindweapon says:

      I think the way to get “gangsta” is to become small businessmen and go after the Asian convenience store and dry cleaning niches and own them ourselves.

    • KO says:

      And home-school collaboratively, get rid of your television, aim towards economic independence, and build a culture of ridiculing government (but support and influence your local library).

      How about joining Democrat and Republican grass-roots organizations and pressuring them to respond to issues that concern normal people? Immigration, foreign wars, devaluation of the currency, affirmative action, the export of manufacturing jobs, the import of cheap-labor products, and excessive taxation? All of which hurt white Americans.

      • mindweapon says:

        Absolutely! As far as joining Repub and Dem groups, those aren’t about ideas, they are about graft and state jobs and such. They don’t care about ideas. If you work with them in order to get state jobs or county jobs or such, that’s what those things are for.

        But homeschooling collaboratively is a great idea. THe public schools do a piss poor job of teaching American kids, and the Chinese come here and overtake them in college. If White American kids had a better early education, the Asians wouldn’t be so competitive against them.

        My daughter’s math teacher refused to teach her. She said that she only learned math from me. So it’s on the parents to make sure the kids learn math. The teachers are actually often mean to the kids, and discourage them and refuse to help them.

      • Mr. Rational says:

        The teachers are actually often mean to the kids, and discourage them and refuse to help them.

        Child abuse.  If you can put a long-duration audio recorder in your child’s clothes (or on a pendant or something), you can get evidence of this.

        In some states, teachers are required to intervene if they so much as suspect child abuse, let alone observe it.  If a “vibrant” assaults a White child, you should collect evidence and then lay charges of refusing to report child abuse on the teacher and any administrator who shirked their legal duty to act.  Force them to isolate or expel the violent “vibrants”.

        If the school “civil rights” attorneys demand the “vibrants” be returned to normal classrooms, try to have them charged as accessories.

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