Skip to comments.Romeike asylum case:
Posted on 07/02/2013 12:52:02 PM PDT by Faith Presses On
WASHINGTON A German family who chose to homeschool their six children for religious reasons is currently still residing in the United States and their legal counsels say they're willing to go all the way to the Supreme Court to fight for their right to receive political asylum in the U.S.
Jim Mason, senior counsel and litigation director of the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA), told The Christian Post that HSLDA received a response to their letter from the Department of Justice (DOJ) on Wednesay basically saying that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit made the right decision in deciding that the Romeike family should not have asylum in the U.S.
Below are some links for German corporations if you'd like to write to them and tell them how the Romeike case reflects badly on Germany. There's either a link to the company's contact form or an email address and a link to their contact page. Since they all do significant business here in the U.S. they are sure to not want their brand names tarnished by the attention this case receives. There's also a link to a Wikipedia page with a long list of German companies.
Adidas - email@example.com
Aldi - form
Allianz - AGCSCommunicatio@agcs.allianz.com
Audi - form
BASF - form
Bayer - form
BMW - firstname.lastname@example.org
Daimler - email@example.com
Lufthansa - form
Mercedes - form
Random House - form/Bertelsmann - firstname.lastname@example.org, Executive Vice President, Corporate Communications
Thyssen Krupp - email@example.com
Wacker - form
List of German companies
Kick em out. We need more room for terrorists and gang bangers.
I left off the rest of the title, which should be “Contact information for some German companies”
The Supreme Court will determine that they are motivated by an "improper animus" against secular education, that they wish to "disparage," "demean," and "humiliate" as "unworthy."