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trump-supertrumpAs has been discussed ad nauseam on this blog, the key to defeating the neo-Modernist heresy is, as per the 6th Principle of the LEX ARMATICUSStop giving these leftists money!

Now this Stop giving these leftists money! trend is picking up speed. Below is a post from Breitbart News about the beginning of the “swamp draining”. (see here)

I would also like to bring the Schema For The Upcoming FrancisChurch USA Liquidation. (Updated) post to your attention. For all the Faithful who are still parishioners of the the post-conciliar church, please keep the information contained in this post at the forefront of your thoughts. I will most likely be very useful a lot sooner than you think.

Back to the subject at hand.

Reading the below, also notice the “network”. Notice the connectivity between the United Nations (publicly funded) – the national governments (public funding) – international religious organizations (publicly subsidized) and the local “churches” ( subsidized by their umbrella organizations).

In this above set out and defined schema, what we are seeing is that the biggest source of these funds is being cut off. This stoppage will place additional pressure on the Foundations which receive their funds from the private sector.

Of critical importance is to understand the downstream effects, namely that these Foundations will either need to scale back their destructive activities or will have to start drawing down on their assets otherwise. And if The Donald wins a second election in 4 years time, this heinous and parasitic element that is sucking the life’s blood out of not only the Catholic Church but of Western Civilization, will be significantly weakened. 

Of further critical importance to understand is that these staff layoffs, amounting to 20 of US based staff, come just by limiting the number of “refugees” that are allowed into the country. We haven’t even begun speaking about federal fund cuts to these programs yet.

Good news indeed and didn’t I tell you that The Donald is not like the others.

And now on to the Breitbart News post:

An evangelical relief and development agency that works with the United Nations’ refugee program announced Wednesday that it will lay off 140 staff members and close five offices.

World Relief, which is one of the nine U.S. organizations that works with the UN, called the decision “a direct result of the recent decision by the Trump Administration,” citing President Trump’s executive order that capped the number of refugees allowed into the United States, the Washington Post reported.

The organization will close its offices in Boise, Idaho; Columbus, Ohio; Miami; Nashville; and Glen Burnie, Md. and lay off 20 percent of its 650 U.S.-based employees. It has 2,500 employees around the world.

Several of the nine resettlement agencies including World Relief have launched fundraisers to cover the unexpected losses they anticipate from the number of refugees admitted.

“It will impact all nine resettlement agencies, so the infrastructure for refugee resettlement in our country — built over decades, at least since the Refugee Act of 1980 — could be decimated,” Matthew Soerens of World Relief said.

The nonprofit agencies that participate in the U.S. Refugee Resettlement Program are partially funded by the federal government in addition to their fundraising efforts. Most of the agencies are religious, such as World Relief and the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

World Relief received about $42 million in government grants, which amounts to almost three-fourths of the ministry’s total revenue of $62 million, according to the latest IRS filings from the ministry.

Most federal funding for World Relief comes in a one-time, per-refugee grant of $2,025, most of which gets used for expenses such as rent for an apartment and a caseworker for newly arrived refugees during their first 90 days in the country, Soerens said.

Now, the organization has to use nongovernmental funding to make up the difference.

World Relief’s chief executive Tim Breene said the layoffs will impact staff that brought specific expertise to helping refugees, including the ability to speak uncommon languages.

“This represents a loss of more than 140 jobs — which by itself is deeply troubling — but also decades of organizational expertise and invaluable capacity to serve the world’s most vulnerable people,” Breene said.

The organization has made their disdain for Trump’s executive order known. World Relief brought together 100 evangelical pastors and leaders who normally don’t get involved in politics last week to buy an advertisement in the Washington Post that denounced Trump’s executive order.

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