Thursday, July 17, 2014

**Update** BCFS Withdraws Bid For $50 Million Illegal Alien Resort Spa


I covered it here yesterday.

Via Gateway Pundit: Due to a massive backlash after the $50 million resort story was posted on The Drudge Report, Baptist Child and Family Services withdrew it’s bid for the Palm Aire Resort.

The charity said it was disappointed and that the resort would have been perfect for the illegal alien children.

Everyone agrees the migrants streaming across the border illegally should be treated humanely and with care before they are sent back to their home countries. But the promise of a two week stay in a resort hotel is precisely the wrong message to be sending the citizens of Central America.

Story here


All it takes is a voice. Be heard. We are still Americans damn it, act like you have a pair... This ain't Oceania just yet. Let the power brokers know how you feel about their deception and that we ARE paying attention.

I'll add in this little tidbit I found

BCFS Health and Human Services plans to fill up to 250 positions for its emergency management division during a job fair that ends Monday.

On Friday, April 4, the locally based nonprofit group will hold interviews from 1 to 4 p.m. at Workforce Solutions Alamo, 6723 S. Flores St.

BCFS welcomes applicants for its case manager jobs, which offer a $30 hourly wage and require prior case management experience and Spanish-bilingual proficiency in both reading and writing. A Bachelor’s degree is preferred.

On Saturday and Monday, BCFS will conduct more interviews on the North Side at Hyatt Place Stone Oak, 1610 E. Sonterra Blvd., from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.

There, the company may hire on-the-spot for case managers, clinicians, resident nurses, licensed vocational nurses, paramedics and direct care staff. All positions require Spanish-bilingual proficiency in reading and writing.

Based in San Antonio, BCFS has offices across the nation and globe and in a news release said applicants may have the possibility of future deployment anywhere in the United States.

See the public notice here


Beefing up in April? 250 position offering? It only took what, 11 weeks from when this job offering was posted in April to when I wrote this?   

Words you should pay attention to from above: "Emergency Management Division, across the nation, future deployment."

This tells me the plan was in place and the intent was clear for all of this back then. It was surely known. This also tells me that they were put on notice (psssst, hey buddy) to hire 250 spots by those who knew what was coming. Like I said before, this was all intentional and they wanted to make sure they had their ducks in a row before they got caught with their pants down and unprepared. It had to look like they were all in place to handle this mess before hand to "save us" from this invasion.

Problem, Reaction, Solution. 

Diocletian anyone?


Ground Control to Major Tom: Your circuit's dead, there's something wrong...


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