A slate of technology giants and other corporations signed on to a White House push to encourage other companies to help provide support to the millions of refugees around the world. The public call to action urges businesses in the private sector to make commitments to provide educational tools, employment opportunities and other aid to refugees from Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Tech companies that signed on include Airbnb, Coursera, Google, HP, IBM, LinkedIn, Microsoft and TripAdvisor. The group also included a number of large banks and other companies, such as Accenture, Chobani, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, MasterCard, UPS and Western Union. All those companies have already made past commitments, such as Airbnb’s decision to provide travel credits to some relief organizations or Google’s spending to provide cheap Wi-Fi and charging kits at refugee camps. Wow America do you notice all the names of financial giants in this package? I mean look you have JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs, which as we all know are the banking giants of the Rothchilds and Rokafellers. How many times do awake humans have to tell people that these are not refugees, because 70-80 percent of them are men of military age. So there you have it America, money that could go to solve problems like crumbling infrastructure and homeless veterans ends up going to people who don't like America and possible ISIS members.
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