posted on 10/24/2001 11:28:39 PM PDT
Perhaps these numbers will now open the eyes of the pro-immigration contingent here on FR. If it doesn't after 9/11, it should!
posted on 10/24/2001 11:44:09 PM PDT
If you think the info in the article is bad, then consider this. I heard a report on a talk show(unraveling the new world order) today that REALLY concerns me, and I think it should concern all Americans. It goes something like this. In the L.A. area, there are 8 illegals who are know to be members of the PFLP. The INS has been trying to deport them since 1987, but the ACLU has been holding the deportation up in various court actions for 14 YEARS now!!If that don't beat all-it's no wonder they find it so easy to come here and hijack airplanes to crash into office buildings full of people. I also seem to remember an early report on 9-11 of the PFLP claiming reponsibility for the attacks.I know why we're going after al-quaida and the Taliban, but why aren't we also going after THEM,too? Just look at what they have done since then.(Israel)Also why haven't we charged the ACLU with numerous counts of treason? go figure.
I suspect Camarota's figure on the number of illegal aliens in the U.S. is conservative and he could easily find himself flabbergasted once again. Even more disturbing is the fact that Islam has been making in-roads in Latin America, especially among the indigenous poor. I've read of a quite large indigenous Islamic group in Chiapas, Mexico and we've already seen that not all of Bin Laden's people are "Arabs". Worse yet, these indigeous groups speak variations of the Nahuatl language... does the FBI, CIA or the NSA have anyone who understands this language and it's estimated 40+ variations? I've read that the FBI was contracting Farsi and Arabic linguists off the street to assist them. It is time for Tom Ridge to request the border states to deploy their National Guard units to the border - militarize it now.
posted on 10/25/2001 3:33:01 AM PDT
Most freeepers knew this already !!!! why does it take so long for the rest of the world to catch up ?
bump to ya kat
The extent of the border violations helped explain why Tom Ridge, director of the new Office of Homeland Security, last week told reporters that solving border-control problems was one of the important issues he faced.
Important enough for him to utter the words, "Deploy troops now. But he didn't.
posted on 10/25/2001 3:40:59 AM PDT
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