Posted by: Ann Corcoran | January 13, 2012

Discover! ‘Discover the Networks’

I periodically get updated reports from David Horowitz’s ‘Discover the Networks’ site and just this evening got one that helps us better understand how CASA de Maryland fits into the national Socialist/Marxist community organizing structure.

Today’s update is about FIRM (Fair Immigration Reform Movement) and it begins with this paragraph:

The Fair Immigration Reform Movement (FIRM) was established in 2000 as a project of the Center for Community Change (CCC), whose Immigrant Organizing Committee (IOC) functions as the governing body of FIRM and is itself composed of some 30 organizations, including: the Gamaliel Foundation, the New York Immigration Coalition, the Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition, the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, and Casa de Maryland.

Go to Discover the Networks and follow the many links in the FIRM report.  Gamaliel’s founder, Jesuit Priest Gregory Galluzzo, was Obama’s mentor in the early 1980’s when he went to “community organize” and to ultimately become a  “trainer” in Chicago.

Also, I’ve written in the past about how Gustavo Torres (CASA)  is on the Board of Directors with Josh Hoyt (Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights) of the Organizers Forum headed by ACORN founder Wade Rathke.

If you don’t know Discover the Networks, check it out!

And, remember you too can learn to investigate right here in Maryland on February 4th.


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