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

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

by Michael Patrick Leahy 29 Nov 2015

Though they are officially “non-profit” organizations, Catholic Charities, Lutheran Social Services, and several other Christian organizations are profiting from lucrative contracts with the federal government to resettle refugees in the United States.

Of the 100,000 refugees resettled in the United States in 2014 under the Refugee Resettlement program, an estimated 40 percent were Muslims.

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.

Read the whole post here : http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/11/29/unholy-alliance-christian-charities-profit-1-billion-fed-program-resettle-refugees-40-percent-muslim/

 

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Particularly the Vatican and all it's counterfeit religions.

The Vatican is a product of the old one blood Jews.

The Vatican is the wealthiest entity on earth and the only one that could afford to give third world scum suckers a first class ticket to my world.

Charlton Heston says, "Damn you all to Hell."

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The Lutheran organization joined years ago with another group. I remember getting the memo. I was highly suspicious at the time, thinking "this can't be a good thing". The strangest (or not so strange thing) was that they sent out "persuasion of why its good" letters to overjew everyone and a majority took the bait, hook, line, and sinker. 

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27 minutes ago, rbear said:

The Lutheran organization joined years ago with another group. I remember getting the memo. I was highly suspicious at the time, thinking "this can't be a good thing". The strangest (or not so strange thing) was that they sent out "persuasion of why its good" letters to overjew everyone and a majority took the bait, hook, line, and sinker. 

 

It was a gradual formation, (some info on this link) http://www.episcopalchurch.org/fr/notice/episcopal-church-joins-evangelical-lutheran-church-america-anglican-church-canada-evangelical

to usher in this:  Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCAat the ELCA’s biennial national meeting, to open its clergy roster to gay and lesbian ministers who are in committed, same-gender relationships. Previously, homosexual clergy had to remain celibate to keep their jobs.

“Unfortunately, that all too often has made the issue, and that’s not the issue,” Cottingham said. “I mean, there have been homosexual pastors in the ELCA from Day 1, and by and large, it’s never been a problem.

“It really comes down to the authority of the Bible and how the doctrines of the law and gospel really apply to our lives. .. It really comes down to a lack of direction and a lack of uniformity when it came to the authority of the Bible. ... The primary issue is the authority of scripture: Does the Bible have authority for the life of a Christian or not? And if it does, then we have to actually practice what we preach.”

Traditional versus progressive ministry viewpoints have been at odds for years. Lutherans have been debating gradual changes that include things like more liberal interpretation of scripture and a revision of the hymnal that made it more gender-neutral.

Cottingham explained that the “fundamental issue” for his church leaving the ELCA is the ELCA trying to make changes so that “the Bible’s authority for members and for congregations has really been watered-down, to where it really becomes something that is open to a great deal of interpretation, is interpreted in a lot of wrong ways, to say things that it has never said. And as a result, the ELCA has become increasingly irrelevant when it comes to the Christian faith, because there are too many leaders and too many people who make proclamations about things that are not part of the faith.”

http://www.paxtonrecord.net/news/religion/2011-07-06/church-ends-its-affiliation-elca-joins-nalc.html

Then there is the "joining the catholic churches issue automatically cast on some churches without their peoples permission " (some on this here) http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/01/22/us-religion-lutheran-catholic-idUSBRE90L0HQ20130122 (basically its like, whoever owns our denomination decided it would be good to subvert all our churches and merge with the Catholic Churches somehow, while claiming to be Evangelical Lutheran Churches. (Join the pit of snakes who have false idols and practice paganism in church, as well as spread diseases by drinking from one vase like thing by all who like to drink wine and say they taken communion). Either way on that, well, its a good way to spread various diseases/herpes/various other std's/germs/bacteria/food/saliva/semen,dna/etc. (semen flask- put in mouth, let it flow back into vase that gullible goyum all drink from(they been swindled due to not using their brains properly). (Jewish subversion) The proper thing, if any, would be to have separate drinking cups. Lets not forget worshiping Mary and displaying Jesus as always in a perpetual state of death on the cross (blood sacrifice) instead of just the cross. Now why killed him? Was it the jews? Ah yes, and what would they like more to do then always showing him in his worst state, in perpetual death on the cross.

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