Texas Officials Forcing Hurricane Victims to Pledge Loyalty to Israel to Receive Funding—Seriously

Friday, October 20, 2017
By Paul Martin

According to official documents, Hurricane Harvey victims reportedly have to agree to not “boycott Israel,” in order to receive aid to rebuild their homes.

By Rachel Blevins
October 20, 2017

As the Americans who were affected by Hurricane Harvey attempt to rebuild their homes and replace their belongings, they have the option to request help from the city they live in—but residents in Dickinson, Texas, are learning that their city’s “Harvey Repair Grant” comes with a strange clause.

According to a document titled “Hurricane Harvey Repair Grant Application and Agreement” from the City of Dickinson, in addition to a requirement that the applicant “must adhere to all applicable rules, regulations, and laws, including building codes, safety rules and securing of all required permits,” there is also a “verification not to boycott Israel” agreement.

“Verification not to Boycott Israel. By executing this Agreement below, the Applicant verifies that the Applicant: (1) does not boycott Israel; and (2) will not boycott Israel during the term of this Agreement.”

Former Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney drew attention to the document on Twitter, writing, “It’s true, folks. One has to pledge not to boycott Israel in order to get funding to rebuild your home.”

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One Response to “Texas Officials Forcing Hurricane Victims to Pledge Loyalty to Israel to Receive Funding—Seriously”

  1. H.T.

    The modern nation of Israel is 80% Rothschild owned, and we know who owns Rothschild or should with a little research. The Stage is being set for the last Great Deception.

    Israeli Dual Citizens in US Congress



    Former US lawmaker Cynthia McKinney says every candidate for Congress has to sign a pledge to vote for supporting the military – superiority – of Israel.



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