Today we are going to talk about the hidden agenda in high places, including the White House, in our government, and in the United Nations, of bringing in Islamic refugees into our country. This agenda is being hidden from the local governments. Large groups of refugees are being dumped into various communities without sufficient notification ore input from those communities.
Shahram has been dealing with this in Idaho. There have been protests and the necessity of police intervention. The media has been at these events and does not seem interested in digging into the situation to find out what is causing the problem. There are plans to dump refugees in Idaho without consulting with local officials. In the Boise area alone there are plans to dump some 2,000 refugees.
We had a guest, Leo Hohmann, one of the editors of World News Daily, who has recently published some articles on how some cities are being secretly targeted for the dumping of refugees. Some in Congress are demanding to know why there is such an influx of Syrian refugees. Obama is demanding that we should welcome all refugees and illegal immigrants into our society.
Where can we be informed about who is coming, how many are coming, and where are they being dumped? Local officials need to have answers to these things.
We believe that the Obama administration is actually planing to build communities within communities so that the new immigrants can take over the existing communities. An example of where this has already happened is Dearborn, MI.
Trey Gowdy, chairman of the House Judiciary Subcommittee responsible for the refugee resettlement program overseen by the State Department just sent a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry demanding answers to these questions. They are opening an office for refugees in the center of his district in Spartanburg, SC. This is happening by Obama’s executive orders.
Another important question is who is paying for this? When the refugees come they can’t work so who is paying for their housing, health care, education of their children, living expenses, etc. There is also the national security question. Are these refugees safe? Ninety percent of these refugees are Muslims. Are they tied to ISIS? We know that recently 400 people have been arrested or investigated because of potential connections to ISIS.
In the mist of all this you may ask if they are allowing Christian refugees to come to America. This is a valid question in the light of the fact that ISIS and other terrorist groups are massacring Christians by the thousands. Just this last week ISIS put out another video showing the shooting and beheading of Ethiopian Christians in Libya. They are being targeted simply because they are Christians. The answer to the question is that Christian refugees are not being brought into America.
As Christians we are commanded to speak out for those who cannot speak for themselves.
Open thy mouth for the dumb in the cause of all such as are appointed to destruction. Open thy mouth, judge righteously, and plead the cause of the poor and needy. Proverbs 31:8-9
We are to plead the cause of the poor and needy. Who is more poor and needy that those who have been forced to flee their homes and leave everything behind because of their Christian faith? Most Christians in the West are silent on this subject. They keep shaking their heads and saying this is terrible and someone should do something about it, yet they do nothing themselves.
Franklin Graham said some things we will deal with later in this article. He said we should halt all Muslim immigration and take immediate military action to stop the genocide of Christians in the Middle East. Some will accuse him, and us, of war mongering. We are not talking about war mongering we are talking about saving lives, the lives of innocent Christians.
Rabbi Jonathan Cahn said the following before the United Nations:
In the days when coal miners were dying of black lung disease, an answer was found in the caged canary. The canary was brought deep into the mines. If it grew sick and died, it would be the sign and the alarm that the air inside the mine was toxic. What happened to the caged canary was a harbinger of danger.
The persecuted Christian is the caged canary of the modern world. The Christian is the first target of evil, and so the sign and the alarm of a toxic evil in the world and a growing danger. And if we don’t deal with that evil when it targets others on distant shores, we will surely deal with it when it targets us on our own shores.
No civilization can call itself moral if it fails to defend its most defenseless against that which seeks to devour them. No nation can call itself good if it sits back and does nothing of effect as the forces of evil murder the innocent. And no people can call themselves “Christian” if they watch passively on the sidelines as those who share the name of Messiah are oppressed and killed for their faith.
If our faith consists of how comfortable and prosperous God can make us in this world, as we deafen our ears to the cries of those who are in this world neither comfortable nor prosperous, our brothers and sisters imprisoned and tortured for their faith, how can we bear the name “Christian?” On the Day of Judgment we will be asked, “Why did you do nothing to save them?” And what will our answer be?
He is absolutely right on this. We, as Christians, have failed to be the salt and light in this world.
Is not this the fast that I have chosen? to loose the bands of wickedness, to undo the heavy burdens, and to let the oppressed go free, and that ye break every yoke? Is it not to deal thy bread to the hungry, and that thou bring the poor that are cast out to thy house? when thou seest the naked, that thou cover him; and that thou hide not thyself from thine own flesh? Then shall thy light break forth as the morning, and thine health shall spring forth speedily: and thy righteousness shall go before thee; the glory of the LORD shall be thy reward. Isaiah 58:6-8
This passage tells us that there are seven things we can do to be salt and light:
Loose the bands of wickedness
Undo the heavy burdens
Let the oppressed go free
Break every yoke
Deal thy bread to the hungry
Tend to the poor
Cover the naked
When these things are done our light will break forth as the morning. We aught to be busy doing these things. If we don’t we fail in our responsibilities as Christians.
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