A California foster agency is seeking case workers for “refugee” illegal immigrant youth as well as foster families for “unaccompanied refugee minors,” highlighting how illegals from Central American countries wartorn for decades are suddenly being called “refugees” as part of the push for amnesty.
In multiple job openings posted on socialservice.com, Crittenton Services for Children and Families wants Spanish-speaking social workers who can “provide case management in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic foster family setting” and in an ad published in The PennySaver, the same company says that families willing to take in illegal immigrant youth can be reimbursed up to $6054 monthly.
“Seeking a Lead Case Manager for our Unaccompanied Children’s Program,” reads one job posting. “The program is a residential program that services refugee minors.”
The posting adds that the successful candidate will “act as a liaison to various departments and outside contacts” including the Office of Refugee and Resettlement within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Similarly, the newspaper ad seeking foster parents also refers to the illegal immigrant youth as “refugee minors.”
It’s interesting to note that Crittenton has served as a subcontractor for the Health Department for the past several years, but back then the minors were referred to by the federal government as “Unaccompanied Alien Children.”
But this year, however, the children are referred to as “refugees,” even though the violence in Central America, where many illegals are from, has been going on for the past 10 years.
That’s because the Obama administration and illegal immigration activists are currently pressuring Congress to grant amnesty for illegal aliens, and they will have an easier time winning public support by calling illegals “refugees.”
Case in point, several activists who were guests on NPR last month broadly described all the illegal immigrant youth entering the U.S. in record numbers as desperate “war refugees” who need the full support of the government.
But one radio listener rejected the propaganda and called into the show.
“With respect to your guests, I would like to just make a comment that when I hear phrases like ‘They’re clutching their teddy bears,’ ‘They’re wetting their pants in front of judges,’ there’s an approach here where we’re being told that all 40,000 of these minor immigrants that have come here since October are all the same,” he said. “This is a technique that is used to stir passion.”
“These kinds of comments raise red flags to me and I just don’t believe that we should, without question, accept 40,000 under-18 immigrants who are breaking the law. Their parents broke the law and they may even be coming here because they have been paid by drug gangs to engage in the drug business in America.”
The question remains whether the American public will likewise see through the propaganda as well and while many illegal aliens cannot be faulted for wanting to escape violence, they are being taken advantage of by the Obama administration who are using them as mere pawns to expand government power, particularly through the proposed North American Union, at the expense of America’s national sovereignty.