|Chobani in Twin Falls Idaho|
As usual, Ann nails it!
How the Idaho story confirms what we have been saying for years: it is about MONEY!
Posted by Ann Corcoran:
And, it informs us about one reason why Donald Trump says the Chamber of Commerce is no friend of America!
I had to laugh this morning as CNN talking heads were scratching theirs about why Trump would go after the Chamber of Commerce which they described as reliably Republican and conservative. No longer! The Chamber at the national level and in many cities and counties is being run by Democrats or Open Borders Republicans.
The most important points you need to know about what refugee resettlement is all about comes together in the wake of that awful sexual assault of a little girl in Twin Falls, Idaho by migrant boys (they still refuse to call them refugees).
Local government officials lashed out at citizens who wanted answers because they needed to shut them up—why? Because this city is invested in Chobani Yogurt’s largest plant in the world which is in turn dependent on cheap refugee/immigrant labor (some call it slave labor!).
Chobani brags that it built this massive $450 millon plant in 326 days. I would like to know if any shortcuts were granted by officials at all levels of govt. who surely had to approve the project on environmental grounds. http://www.chobani.com/blog/2013/04/chobanis-new-twin-falls-idaho-plant-named-plant-of-the-year-by-food-engineering/
By suggesting that a large refugee population may not be good for your town, you ruin their carefully crafted narrative.
Refugee resettlement is about MONEY and power and to hell with whether it changes the social, economic and cultural makeup of your home town or threatens your security. So-called humanitarian compassion is the cover for a lot of very dirty business.
Calling you hateful or racist is how they shut up anyone who dares to look more deeply into the scheme that includes foreign interests (many of the big meat packers drawing refugee labor are foreign owned!), the UN, the US State Department, Dems looking for voters and everyone involved, including the so-called ‘religious charities, looking to line their pockets while telling themselves they are doing God’s work!
In another Hohmann/WND investigation on the situation there we learn that the Mayor of Twin Falls, who gave a sanctimonious speech when citizens became emotionally enraged by the bits of the story that were leaking out about the sexual assault of the little girl (were the accused boys’ family members working at Chobani, that is what I would like to know!), is also the President of the Chamber of Commerce and was instrumental in bringing the massive Chobani Yogurt plant to the city.
We have previously told you about Chobani, and that its CEO and founder Hamdi Ulukaya, is from Turkey. Yesterday, he responded to Obama’s call for large corporations to hire more refugees with a ‘yes sir’ happy to do it! See that news, here.
Now, here is what Hohmann learned (read this story, recognize the pattern!):
Barigar, a Democrat, has been in leadership roles with the Chamber for 11 years. During that time he has also served two stints on the city council, with a gap between January 2008 and January 2012 in which he was not part of the city government.
It was during that gap, but while he was running for office in 2011, that he was busy working to lure Chobani to Twin Falls.
“I was a member of the recruitment team that recruited Chobani to Twin Falls in 2011,” Barigar told WND in a phone interview Thursday.
Read the whole thing, see the pattern as clear as I’ve ever seen it, and look for this happening in your town! Citizens of Rutland, VT, Missoula, MT, Asheville, NC, Reno, NV, Charleston, WV, etc. read this.
People ask me all the time what they should do, and frankly after doing your homework and getting your facts (including info. on campaign contributions), you are going to have to work to remove elected officials who are working to change America by changing the people and are worshiping the all-mighty dollar while they do it!
Endnote: When I looked at that photo and reflected on the speed with which this plant was built, I’m thinking someone with an investigative bent could write a book about this whole project, how it came to be, and how it has changed the town of Twin Falls forever. You can visit our Twin Falls archive, here, to start your research. Be sure to see this older post here at RRW about the expanding mosque there (who is paying for it?).
Source: Refugee Resettlement Watch