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Last month Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff toured a number of states in the USA to discuss Islamization and the crisis in Europe. Below is her report.
Report on my Road Trip to the USA
by Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff
I only recently returned from a ten-day “roadshow” spanning the states of Florida, Texas, Montana, and Washington. My tour featured ACT! For America and me: not only was I present at the relaunch of two dormant ACT! chapters, but I was asked to provide information on the current state of Europe in light of the ever-growing immigration crisis coupled with the choking of basic freedoms for the indigenous populations. I am pleased to report that the entire trip was a tremendous success, both for the organizers (ACT! For America chapters) and myself (representing Bürgerbewegung Pax Europa).
In Orlando, Florida, I attended the third annual March for Persecuted Christians and Jews. Despite an hour-long live radio interview with Chris Hart on the topic, despite the year-long preparations by the organizing committee, turnout was discouragingly low. However, given that the persecution is unlikely to end any time soon, it is to be hoped that Floridians will realize that their voice of outrage needs to be heard — loud and clear — before the persecution reaches the shores of Florida, at which point it will be too late. Kudos to Pastor Lieske, Alan Kornman and their team for their hard work.
Heavy and deadly flooding prevented my presentation in Houston, Texas, which was a disappointment. However, the safety of everyone trumps any disappointment, and my thoughts go out to the victims of the flooding. All I can say to my friends in Houston is this: I will come and visit you soon!
As a result, I flew directly to San Antonio, where I was met by Roy White, the ACT! chapter leader and main organizer for the Texas leg of my tour. Following an hour-long interview with Kat Rowoldt, the owner and publisher of “Christian Reporter News”, my first presentation, which was live-streamed to other ACT! chapter leaders, took place in a church in San Antonio. There was great interest in what I had to say, and the subsequent Q&A period revealed a deep understanding of the subject. Thanks to the live-stream, questions came from as far as Canada and as close by as San Antonio and Houston.