November 20, 2015
No Syrian Refugees to the U.S.
We now know that at least one of the terrorists responsible forslaughter in Paris arrived as a Syrian refugee. The Obama Administration has already begun allowing Syrian refugees to our country, and has plans to bring up to 100,000 more. As the Paris attack has proven, these refugees are un-vettable. They will not only pose a serious security risk to our nation, but they will also tax the already overburdened U.S. financial and physical infrastructures
The United States is a compassionate nation, but we must learn from the refugee disaster that is now taking place in Europe and elsewhere. We must learn from Paris. This is a dangerous time, and American citizens must be ready to take action to protect the country -- now.
If you have not done so already, please take a moment today to sign our Open Letter to the leadership of the U.S. House and Senate, expressing strong opposition to the Administration’s plans to bring Syrian refugees to the U.S.
A refugee invasion is currently taking place in Europe and transforming the continent into Eurabia right before our very eyes.
Each day we see more of the devastating impact that hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees are having in welcoming countries. Many of these “refugees” are neither Syrian nor refugees. Many of them do not even speak Arabic, cannot tell you where they came from in Syria, and have no official documents. They make up their own names and there is no way to accurately vet them.
They are Afghans fleeing the Taliban; Eritreans fleeing their own oppressive government; and many thousands more hail from Iraq, Pakistan, and sub-Saharan Africa.
And to top it all off, ISIS has declared that they have already smuggled 4,000 of their members into Europe as refugees. The Paris attack has proven that this is indeed happening.
Areas housing the refugees have seen an increase in refugee rape, theft, gang activity, intimidation, and organized crime. German media are now reporting that thousands of these so-called “refugees” have already disappeared and are now in Germany -- unaccounted for.
This is but a foreshadowing of what will take place in our nation soon, if our government is foolish enough to follow suit – and President Obama and his Administration already have announced plans to increase the number of refugees accepted by the U.S. to at least 100,000 next year.
Click HERE to see information about terrorists who came to the U.S. as refugees, only to commit terror attacks against Americans - including the Tsarnaev Brothers/Boston Bombers.
We must stop this insanity. If the citizens of this nation band together to speak a resounding “NO” to our elected officials – we can.
But we need your help.
ACT for America has successfully stopped other out of control policy trains by using the petition as a tool, gathering over 100,000 signatures.
There is power in numbers.
Please take just a few minutes of your valuable time, RIGHT NOW, to sign our Open Letter to the U.S. Congress – expressing your strong opposition to allowing ANY Syrian refugees into the United States.
Your name, along with tens of thousands of others who sign this Open Letter, will be hand delivered to the leadership in the U.S. Congress by our Director of Government Relations. They will receive our message, loud and clear.
Silence and inactivity by the American grassroots will turn the U.S. into the same refugee nightmare that Europe and other nations are currently experiencing – a situation that won’t be easily rectified.
We must say “NO” NOW! We must stop any effort to bring tens of thousands of Syrian refugees into the U.S. – NOW – before it’s too late.
You can help make a difference by signing our Open Letter.
And, if you haven’t already, please join our growing Refugee Resettlement Working Group, so you can learn more about what you can do back home in your community to address this dangerous issue.
Our Working Group just held an important conference call with U.S. Representative Brian Babin, who has introduced legislation to stop Syrian refugees from coming to the United States. The Working Group will be actively supporting this bill and others like it, and will be working on other important tasks as well during the days ahead – all geared toward stopping this flood of refugees.
Please sign our Open Letter TODAY and forward this important message to everyone you know.
And always remember, if EACH of us does just a little, TOGETHER we can accomplish a lot.