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Youth For Tomorrow: Our Illegal Alien Operation Is Too Small

By Greg L | 26 August 2014 | Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 4 Comments

Well, if it wasn’t enough that Youth For Tomorrow was getting paid millions by the federal government to increase the burdens on local schools by pushing illegal aliens every month into our already-overcrowded schools, they apparently want to do it even more.  Look at what they filed with the planing commission on June 23rd, soon after they figured out that they couldn’t establish group homes in Fauquier County without going through public hearings:

TO AMEND THE PREVIOUSLY APPROVED SUP CONDITIONS (SUP #PLN2011-00209) TO MODIFY THE AGE OF THE PARTICIPANTS & THE SIGN REGULATIONS, TO CLARIFY THE PROGRAM SERVICES, TO ALLOW TEMPORARY CLASSROOM TRAILERS, AND TO ELIMINATE A BUFFER.; LOCATED ON THE NORTH SIDE OF LINTON HALL ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 1,800 FEET NORTHWEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF RTE. 28 AND LINTON HALL ROAD.

So it’s not enough to move about 80 illegal aliens per month into our area schools and get about $100,000 in federal funds per illegal alien to make that happen.  In order to really transition that program from one that helps at-risk kids turn their lives around into becoming a full-blown, profit-maximizing detention center for juvenile illegal aliens they need to cut down trees, set up temporary buildings, and start taking in juveniles older than 17 years old.

Hell, no.

UPDATE: I spoke with a member of the planning commission this evening about this, and that person said they were completely in shock at the massive changes Youth For Tomorrow were trying to make.  Over a dozen temporary trailers used for housing up to 180 about illegal aliens before they’re dumped on local schools every month?  I doubt the planning commission will give a favorable recommendation on this application, and without a doubt the public hearing on this will be absolute chaos.  No amount of federal money can make this look like anything other than it is - an unconscionably greedy money grab for taxpayer dollars, and the consequences on the community be damned.



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4 Comments

  1. Mo said on 26 Aug 2014 at 5:48 pm:
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    Doesn’t a change in a SUP require a public hearing? I am so sick of everything being about the old mighty dollar.

  2. Doug Brown said on 27 Aug 2014 at 9:35 am:
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    Will the Feds report themselves to the UN for human trafficking?

    http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/feds-renew-search-transportation-services-unaccompanied-children_803894.html

  3. Mo said on 27 Aug 2014 at 3:06 pm:
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    But doesn’t YFT keep telling everyone that they are teaching these kids and there is NO burden placed on the State or County?

    I mean I know they are full of Sh!t but not everyone does.

  4. Doug Brown said on 27 Aug 2014 at 9:11 pm:
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    And if people think I’m being a smart…

    Well take a look at this from the Agency which is in charge of these UACs “kids”

    http://www.examiner.com/article/convicted-hhs-cyber-security-chief-fantasized-raping-and-slaying-children

    I would like to remind all the people in DC little elite circles about how a group of whistleblowers in 2005-6 from the USCIS warned Congress about corrupt hiring practices that were spreading across federal agencies and the type of people being allowed into government service. One of those whistleblowers got in trouble for denying individuals he believed were possible pedophiles from importing children, he took too much time checking out applicant backgrounds.

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