29 December, 2018

Jewish Involvement in Contemporary Refugee and Migrant Organizations, in Two Parts

Posted by Socrates in immigration, immigration bills/laws, jewed culture, jewed immigration policy, jewed law, Socrates at 3:15 pm | Permanent Link


“In the final event, however, the Refugee Act, drafted by Jewish Congresswoman Elizabeth Holtzman and given a public face by Ted Kennedy — the same Ted Kennedy who gave a public face to the 1965 immigration act — provided visas for more than 1.7 million Indochinese in the period between 1980 and 1989.” [1].

Part 1

Part 2

[1] more about Holtzman [Here]

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