North Dakota State legislator signals interest in suing feds over refugee program

North Dakota is a Wilson-Fish state whose refugee program has, for about 6 or 7 years now, been run by a non-profit group, a Lutheran resettlement contractor.
This is big news to add to other big news we’ve had over the last few days and weeks about possible challenges to the federal government on how it turns over decisions on who is resettled and where and the resultant expenditure of tax dollars via unelected NGOs.  (I am over simplifying, but W-F is all about the availability of welfare dollars to refugees and the job of the NGOs to make sure they get their ‘services.’).
See Tennessee, Kansas and New Jersey for the latest, then this…..
From Michael Patrick Leahy at Breitbart yesterday:

State Rep. Al Carlson of Fargo, the Republican Majority Leader in the North Dakota House of Representatives, tells Breitbart News he wants the state to sue the federal government over the refugee resettlement program.

What is this you ask? It is a map distorted to show which states are disproportionately receiving refugees based on their overall populations. You can readily see that North and South Dakota are both overly refugee-populated compared with states such as California and Texas.

As in Tennessee, where the General Assembly recently declared its intent to sue the federal government on Tenth Amendment constitutional grounds, North Dakota is one of fourteen states that have withdrawn from the federal refugee resettlement program where the federal government continues to resettle refugees under the Wilson-Fish alternative program.

“If that Tennessee lawsuit is going forward when the state legislature convenes in January, I would push to do that,” Carlson tells Breitbart News about passing legislation authorizing North Dakota to sue the federal government over refugee resettlement on Tenth Amendment grounds.

“I think the current Attorney General [Wayne Stenehjem] would be behind doing that as well. I don’t know about the other candidate for governor,” he adds.

Gov. Jack Dalrymple, a Republican, could initiate such a lawsuit without waiting for the North Dakota State Legislature to act, but he has given no indication he intends to do so.

Watch the interview by reporter Chris Berg (we mentioned him here previously) with Rep. Al Carlson, North Dakota House Majority Leader (go to minute 8:14).  By the way, there is a discussion here about ND expanding Medicaid.  Readers should know that if your state does that it becomes a greater enticement for the feds and their contractors to drop refugees off in the state.
Continue reading Leahy’s detailed update on the Wilson-Fish controversy with this latest news from North Dakota.
And, for all of you in ‘pockets of resistance’ in North Dakota, this gubernatorial election (mentioned by Leahy) is a great opportunity to make refugee resettlement an issue in that election! Go out to every campaign event you can find and ask candidates their views on whether the federal government and a non-profit group have the right to change the social and economic character of your communities!
Go here for our complete North Dakota archive.

Hungary to hold referendum on refugees this fall

Invasion of Europe news…..
The Hungarian government is going to ask the people how they feel about the pressing question of the day for Europe.
In the name of ‘humanitarianism’ and for the sake of globalization (and to make the big EU economic powers like Germany happy), how many Muslim migrants does Christian Hungary take?

Hungary police face invaders
Police in Hungary face off with the migrant men in 2015. They got a taste of what more could be in store for them and built a border fence.

LOL! it is not exactly worded that way, but that is the crux of the question.
From Economy Watch:

Hungary will hold a referendum in September or October over the European Union’s mandatory migrant resettlement quota, according to Reuters. Roughly 160,000 refugees are looking for host nations, and many governments within the EU have accepted the Brussels-based quota, but Hungarian leadership stresses national sovereignty above all else. The travelers in question are comprised of refugees from war-torn countries and migrants seeking better opportunities.

Prime Minister Viktor Orban has increased his anti-immigrant rhetoric since the migrant crisis began a year ago and has differed with Brussels immensely. The prime minister does not share the EU’s vision of helping new arrivals find a better life and believes mass Muslim migration threatens Christian values.


Even though Germany is the most powerful member of the EU, many German towns struggle to accommodate large groups of migrants due to a lack of space and funding. Hungary is hesitant to give up some of its national sovereignty in the name of globalism, but policymakers will inevitably have to make some concessions to Brussels.

Hungary is an EU member and relies on Eurozone funding to finance infrastructure projects, but faces further isolation from the bloc.

Continue reading here.

The US referendum will be the 2016 Presidential election!

In the US we will be getting our own version of a referendum on whether America will bow to the globalists and pro-open borders forces as represented by Hillary Clinton, or will we choose the America First views of Donald Trump.  And, even if you don’t believe Trump will follow through, that doesn’t negate the stark choice you will be making with your vote if those two are the candidates for the US Presidency in November.
This UN/US Refugee Admissions Program will never be reformed in a Hillary presidency and will be proceeding full steam ahead (and probably at an even higher rate) if she is elected.  Any #never Trump people who don’t vote for Trump will be voting for Muslim migration to America to be put on steroids.
For our complete ‘Invasion of Europe’ archive, click here.  For a previous post about Viktor Orban, go here. And, here, Orban says Hillary pal Soros is behind the invasion.