Listing Target Cities for Immigrant Implantations

Update: Ann Corcoran at Refugee Resettlement Watch sent me an email correcting an error I’d made in my descriptions of who does what with immigrants:

I need to explain better who Lawrence Bartlett is…

He is probably now second in command at the US State Department Bureau of Population Refugees and Migration. His job is to advance refugees into the country and he is [not anyone you or I would admire].

The other major federal agencies that work on bringing in refugees are:

(1)   The Dept. of Homeland Security which screens the refugees.
(2)   Then in the Dept. of Health and Human Services is
(3)   the Office of Refugee Resettlement which doles out tons of money for myriad things relating to those refugees that are now planted around the country.

I see where the confusion is: Bartlett signed the letter as the Director, Office of Refugee Admissions (that is in the State Dept)… he is not the director of ORR over in HHS…

LOL! It is all those government acronyms!

Hope that helps… and you know frankly this is why it has taken so long for people to catch on to the scheme — — the federal program is so complicated and intertwined no one knew how to start pulling the threads!


Ann Corcoran found a document last year that outlined the plans for further immigration inroads. Begun by the State Department, these would have been implemented had Hillary won.

In an addendum to her post about Poughkeepsie’s remarkable refusal to take in “refugees”, Ann provided this list from 2016 of targets the State Department had planned to hit. What’s confusing is that the cover letter from the pdf (see below) is signed by the head of ORR, who works under the aegis of the Department of Homeland Security. It has been difficult to tease out the threads linking State and DHS, but this is certainly part of the paper trail. See her remarks after the list.

Below are new sites we have identified so far of the supposed 47 the Obama Administration is (or has been) trying to get established.

One of the first things the Trump Administration must do is to make all of this information public information. Here are some of the sites we have identified so far by just keeping an eye on local news reports:

[The status listed below is as it was at this time last year—ed]

  • Asheville, NC (not decided yet)
  • Rutland, VT (approved, waiting)
  • Reno, NV (open)
  • Ithaca, NY
  • Missoula, MT (open)
  • Aberdeen, SD (not now)
  • Charleston, WV (approved, see Senator Capito as the Frau Merkel of WV!)
  • Fayetteville, AR
  • Blacksburg, VA
  • Pittsfield, MA
  • Northampton, MA
  • Flint, MI
  • Bloomington, IN (dead for now)
  • Traverse City, MI
  • Poughkeepsie, NY
  • Wilmington, DE
  • Hudson, WI (dead for now?)
  • Watertown, NY (maybe)
  • Youngstown, OH (maybe)
  • Storm Lake, Iowa
  • Santa Fe, NM (approved but on hold)

I would love to know how many we can cross off the list.

Let me know if you have definitive news on any of these locations. Of course, Poughkeepsie is dead. [“dead” to ORR, that is, since they successfully repulsed one of the main culprits in this immigration scheme —D]

To learn more about the ‘New Site Development Guide’ introduced by Lawrence Bartlett* one of the career bureaucrats who is still in control at the Bureau of Population Refugees and Migration, click here.

Heritage missed the mark! and this is one reason why:

Bartlett was a headliner at a one-sided panel discussion on USRAP reform held at the Heritage Foundation here (Is Heritage selling us out?) in September; and, thus, surely had some influence on Heritage’s “Roadmap for reform.”

I’ll wager that Heritage’s inside-the-Washington-beltway experts had no clue that controversy was swirling in cities like Poughkeepsie and surely Bartlett and his crew didn’t tell them!

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* See Bartlett’s title under his signature on the cover letter of that PDF linked above. He would appear to be (still) the Director of ORR, The Office of Refugee Resettlement, yet he signs off on a State Department document. This bureaucracy, ORR, eats up billions while undermining American culture and sovereignty. By keeping Trump busy with their faux scandals and investigations, the Deep State can continue to implement these schemes.

The information in that read-it-and-weep document is valuable and revealing. I plan to print it out for my own future reference. All Americans ought to have it at their fingertips, but especially the residents of those target cities. Ironically, some of them have appeared in various on-line listings of “Best Places to Live”. Traverse City, Michigan comes to mind… we’ve had donors from there, and from some of the other places listed — e.g., Santa Fe.

23 thoughts on “Listing Target Cities for Immigrant Implantations

  1. This was supposed to be done without our knowing and without asking our permission. HERE is where the battle lines are drawn – in our hometowns.

    • Indeed. That’s one reason I’m still saying prayers of gratitude that Hillary lost. In fact, I almost made that the title.

      If energy permits, I’ll put up an image from that pdf which shows all the NGO contractors that ORR and the State Dept uses.

  2. Traverse City is a beautiful resort community of about 25-30k with the surrounding small county at about 70-80k.

    There is lots of money from Detroit, Chicago, and other points in the Midwest that goes there to vacation year-round.

    It is one of those fairy-tale cities where you can leave your car and house unlocked without any issues.

    Ironically, Michael Moore makes a mint running the State theater there, I’m sure the mostly volunteer labor force helps the profit margin.

  3. What happened to Refugee Assistance?
    The outcome of the programme is pre-determined by “RESETTLEMENT”.
    The name neatly excludes any Repatriation, or Return When Safe.
    It is, self-evidently, plantation.

    • I can’t open the page on Drudge which links to the decision by the Supreme Court to ban immigrants from Muslim majority countries. A victory for Trump!

  4. Poughkeepsie may have refused the refugees but I am here to tell you that there are women walking around in the Poughkeepsie Galleria and the local schools on parent night in full burquas.

    • Yes, unfortunately a lot of them got through before local leaders put their foot down. And I suppose they could have wandered in from other cities.

  5. Blacksburg!!! Has everyone forgotten 9-11?
    I wonder how many of them will study Chemical Engineering until they learn how to make explosives? I may have to go down there to stir up some WAYCISSUM!!!

    • Blacksburg?? Has anyone forgotten the Korean student who shot up so many students at Virginia Tech?

      The Virginia Tech shooting, also known as the Virginia Tech massacre, occurred on April 16, 2007, on the campus of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg, Virginia, United States. Seung-Hui Cho, a senior at Virginia Tech, shot and killed 32 people and wounded 17 others in two separate attacks (another six people were injured escaping from classroom windows), approximately two hours apart, before committing suicide.[6]:92[7][9]:78

      Cho had previously been diagnosed with a severe anxiety disorder. During much of his middle school and high school years, he received therapy and special education support. After graduating from high school, Cho enrolled at Virginia Tech. Because of federal privacy laws, Virginia Tech was unaware of Cho’s previous diagnosis or the accommodations he had been granted at school. In 2005, Cho was accused of stalking two female students.[14] After an investigation, a Virginia special justice declared Cho mentally ill and ordered him to attend treatment; however, because he was not institutionalized, he was still allowed to purchase guns.[15] The shooting prompted the state of Virginia to close legal loopholes that had previously allowed individuals adjudicated as mentally unsound to purchase handguns without detection by the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS). It also led to passage of the only major federal gun control measure in the U.S. since the year 1994. The law strengthening the NICS was signed by President George W. Bush on January 5, 2008


      As I read it, the parallels between Cho’s behavior and that of Anders Breivik were striking.

  6. • Reno, NV (open)

    The “Biggest Little City in the World”?!?

    You’ve got to be kidding me! Yeah, sure thing, Muslims will fit right in. Wedged between the slot machines, hookers, and bars. I can’t wait to see how the town fathers respond when a local imam starts agitating for an end to gambling.

    What the heck a “no-go zone” will look like in Reno is anyone’s guess.

    At 37.5%, Nevada’s gun ownership rate is in the top quartile of the entire nation.

    If any proof of the “resettlement” program’s abject lunacy ever was needed…

    • There’s plenty of employment available at the local gun ranges as Target Holding Technicians, an occupation with a substantial turnover rate.

  7. A huge problem is, with all the federal government money sloshing around, there are multiple bureaucracies being funded whose existence and advancement depend on bringing in more refugees. That means, you can have a local victory, but you have to focus your attention elsewhere eventually, like earning a living, while a funded bureaucrat has no other such commitments during his work hours.

    There may be no solution, other than to break the country into smaller units, where there is not so much money available with absolutely no strings attached. You can still have regions that surrender themselves…think of Sweden…but the worst consequence of that is that its neighbors have to erect secure border fences.

    The phenomenon of a government growing to where it is hostile to its own citizens is actually quite common through history. What happens is that the control passes into the hands of people who are money specialists, rather than the people who are the bedrock purveyors of the culture. Think of the city-country split. The city is the focus of anti-nationalist mixing, while the country is the mainstay of the actual culture. There is actually a place for both in a culture, but the city tends to gain political power, with its wealth and increasing sophistication. This is one of the reasons for the wisdom of the electoral college, which institutes a voice for the less-populated rural areas, regardless of actual population.

    Bringing in immigrants is a form of free rent. By that I mean, the bureaucrats use public monies to increase the flow of immigrants, while siphoning off loads of salaries and benefits for themselves. It’s a means of gaining wealth at the expense of the general population.

    Once a means of free rent is established, it’s very difficult to stop it. That’s because the cost to the general population is not enough to work full-time to get it stopped, while those receiving it are totally devoted to keeping it. Immigration, though, seems to be affecting enough people in enough ways that it might rise to the top of peoples concerns. My own neighborhood is probably majority Mexican; not necessarily bad neighbors in an absolute sense, but simply nothing in common with me. They wave and tend their lawns, but there’s nothing to talk about. And, because it’s primarily owner-occupied residences, I am able to avoid many of the pathologies manifested with third-world immigrants.

      • And more, from City Journal:

        The Rainbow Coalition Evaporates

        Though blacks have long worried that the country’s growing foreign-born population, especially its swelling rolls of illegal immigrants, harmed their economic prospects, they have also followed their political leadership in backing liberal immigration policies. Now, however, as new waves of immigration inundate historically African-American neighborhoods, black opinion is hardening against the influx. “We will not lay down and take this any longer,” says Anderson. If he’s right, it could upend the political calculus on immigration.
        Black unease about immigration goes back a long way. In the 1870s, former slave Frederick Douglass warned that immigrants were displacing free blacks in the labor market. Twenty-five years later, Booker T. Washington exhorted America’s industrialists to “cast down your bucket” not among new immigrants but “among the eight million Negros . . . who have without strikes and labor wars tilled your fields, cleared your forests, builded your railroads and cities.” Blacks supported federal legislation in 1882 that restricted Chinese immigration to the United States. They favored the immigration reform acts of the 1920s, which limited European immigration, and also urged restrictions on Mexican workers: “If the million Mexicans who have entered the country have not displaced Negro workers, whom have they displaced?” asked black journalist George Schuyler in 1928.
        But the 1960s brought a big change in the views of black political leaders, especially after President Lyndon B. Johnson and congressional supporters of liberalizing immigration claimed the mantle of the civil rights movement for their reforms, which became law in 1965 and resulted in a 60 percent increase in legal immigration over the subsequent decade. Martin Luther King, Jr. believed that blacks and poor immigrants had much in common and could become political allies, which was why, in the run-up to the immigration bill’s passage, he endorsed the idea of letting Cubans fleeing Castro settle in Miami.

        More here

        • Well, this is what you get when you play race politics. Blacks vote for black politicians, no matter what, so the matter of whether the policies of those politicians hurt blacks is irrelevant.

          You, Dymphna, brought up the fact that LBJ supported massive welfare, regardless that Moynihan told him emphatically that such policies would destroy the black family. We have the phenomenon that black politicians now term any modification or cuts in welfare measures as genocide.

          It’s still a form of rent-seeking. The coalition of the fringes trades political power and government money for any sort of self-interest on the part of black or other identity groups. Maxine Waters is more popular than ever for sticking it to “the man”, despite supporting riots destructive primarily to black communities.

          My guess is, the massive black unemployment has been generated so most blacks don’t really see a conflict between massive Latin immigration and their own job prospects…because they are no longer interested in job prospects. I do a slow burn when I see employees at a store shift effortlessly between Spanish and enough English to more-or-less serve white American customers. I know even reliable blacks are squeezed out of service jobs because their inability to speak Spanish will represent a drag on the store owner.

          Of course, I do a fast burn at seeing voting ballots printed in Spanish. By any imaginable criteria, a person who can’t speak English has no business whatever voting. One dream I have is that ballots will eventually just be printed in English, without risking a federal civil rights lawsuit by the Justice Department.

          • One of the US government’s major failures was not making English the official language, either after the Revolution or following the Civil War.

      • Libs and progs could care less about brown vs black racial conflict because it doesn’t fit their ‘narrative’ that white, Christian males are the ultimate evil.

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