Sunday, January 16, 2011


"While the official unemployment rate has climbed from 7.6 percent when President Obama took office in January to 10 percent today, the administration’s worksite enforcement strategy has amounted to a bureaucratic game of musical chairs. The administration has all but ended worksite enforcement actions and replaced them with paperwork audits."


The Administration's Phantom Immigration Enforcement Policy
According to DHS’s own reports, very little of our nation’s borders (Southwestern or otherwise) are secure, and gaining control is not even a goal of the department.

By Ira Mehlman
Published on 12/07/2009
The setting was not quite the flight deck of the U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln with a “Mission Accomplished” banner as the backdrop, but it was the next best thing. Speaking at the Center for American Progress (CAP) on Nov. 13, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano declared victory over illegal immigration and announced that the Obama administration is ready to move forward with a mass amnesty for the millions of illegal aliens already living in the United States.
Arguing the Obama administration’s case for amnesty, Napolitano laid out what she described as the “three-legged stool” for immigration reform. As the administration views it, immigration reform must include “a commitment to serious and effective enforcement, improved legal flows for families and workers, and a firm but fair way to deal with those who are already here.”
Acknowledging that a lack of confidence in the government’s ability and commitment to effectively enforce the immigration laws it passes proved to be the Waterloo of previous efforts to gain amnesty for illegal aliens, Napolitano was quick to reassure the American public that those concerns could be put to rest.
“For starters, the security of the Southwest border has been transformed from where it was in 2007,” stated the secretary. Not only is the border locked up tight, she continued, but the situation is well in-hand in the interior of the country as well. “We’ve also shown that the government is serious and strategic in its approach to enforcement by making changes in how we enforce the law in the interior of the country and at worksites…Furthermore, we’ve transformed worksite enforcement to truly address the demand side of illegal immigration.”
If Rep. Joe Wilson had been in attendance to hear Secretary Napolitano’s CAP speech he might well have had a few choice comments to offer. But since he wasn’t, we will have to rely on the Department of Homeland Security’s own data to assess the veracity of Napolitano’s claims.
According to DHS’s own reports, very little of our nation’s borders (Southwestern or otherwise) are secure, and gaining control is not even a goal of the department. DHS claims to have “effective control” over just 894 miles of border. That’s 894 out of 8,607 miles they are charged with protecting. As for the other 7,713 miles? DHS’s stated border security goal for FY 2010 is the same 894 miles.
The administration’s strategic approach to interior and worksite enforcement is just as chimerical as its strategy at the border, unless one considers shuffling paper to be a strategy. DHS data, released November 18, show that administrative arrests of immigration law violators fell by 68 percent between 2008 and 2009. The department also carried out 60 percent fewer arrests for criminal violations of immigration laws, 58 percent fewer criminal indictments, and won 63 percent fewer convictions.
While the official unemployment rate has climbed from 7.6 percent when President Obama took office in January to 10 percent today, the administration’s worksite enforcement strategy has amounted to a bureaucratic game of musical chairs. The administration has all but ended worksite enforcement actions and replaced them with paperwork audits. When the audits determine that illegal aliens are on the payroll, employers are given the opportunity to fire them with little or no adverse consequence to the company, while no action is taken to remove the illegal workers from the country. The illegal workers simply acquire a new set of fraudulent documents and move on to the next employer seeking workers willing to accept substandard wages.
In Janet Napolitano’s alternative reality a mere 10 percent of our borders under “effective control” and sharp declines in arrests and prosecutions of immigration lawbreakers may be construed as confidence builders, but it is hard to imagine that the American public is going to see it that way. If anything, the administration’s record has left the public less confident that promises of future immigration enforcement would be worth the government paper they’re printed on.
As Americans scrutinize the administration’s plans to overhaul immigration policy, they are likely to find little in the “three-legged stool” being offered that they like or trust. The first leg – enforcement – the administration has all but sawed off. The second – increased admissions of extended family members and workers – makes little sense with some 25 million Americans either unemployed or relegated to part-time work. And the third – amnesty for millions of illegal aliens – is anathema to their sense of justice and fair play.
As Americans well know, declaring “Mission Accomplished” and actually accomplishing a mission are two completely different things. When it comes to enforcing immigration laws, the only message the public is receiving from this administration is “Mission Aborted.”



Gang's terror felt far from drug war on US border
By OLGA R. RODRIGUEZ, Associated Press Olga R. Rodriguez, Associated Press
Sun Jan 16, 3:35 pm ET

.IXTEPEC, Mexico – A priest who shelters stranded migrants needs police protection. A chopped-up body turns up with a threatening message. Beheadings are on the rise. The local press is too frightened to write about any of it.

This is not northern Mexico, where drug gangs fight for turf along the U.S. border and the Mexican government wages an open battle against them. This is the south, where the brutal Zetas cartel is quietly spreading a reign of terror virtually unchallenged, all the way to the border with Guatemala — and across it.

Just as they have done in the north, groups claiming to be Zetas have set up criminal networks to control transit routes for drugs, migrants and contraband such as pirated DVDS, intimidating the populace and committing gruesome murders as an example to the uncooperative.

Four years ago they started preying on the south, Mexico's poorest region. They moved into Oaxaca, Chiapas and other southern states and then northern Guatemala, where attacks on townspeople became so commonplace that the government last month sent in 300 troops to regain control of the border province of Alta Verapaz.

In towns on the Oaxacan isthmus and the center of Oaxaca city, the capital, the wealthy as well as street vendors and migrants have been kidnapped and subjected to extortion.

Then last month, the gang blamed for massacring 72 migrants in the summer in the northern state of Tamaulipas became suspects in the disappearance of more than 40 Central American migrants in Oaxaca. The abduction drew international attention when the El Salvadoran foreign ministry reported the crime, but the Mexican government initially denied it happened.

The travelers were last seen Dec. 16 near the city of Ixtepec, along the sun-scorched transit route for thousands riding northbound freight trains. Twenty escaped and took refuge at a migrant shelter run by the Rev. Alejandro Solalinde, who says he has learned the kidnappers have ties to the Zetas.

The Mexican Attorney General's Office announced the arrest this month of a Nicaraguan and a Mexican on suspicion of being involved, but said nothing about Zetas or the missing migrants.

The Mexicans say the Zetas have hired Guatemalan former counterinsurgency soldiers to train new recruits, and a Zetas training camp for hit men was uncovered on the Guatemalan border last year.

Alejandro Poire, Mexico's government spokesman for security issues, said the reported scope of Zetas activity in southern Mexico is hardly comparable to the turf battle raging between the Zetas and their competitors in the north, where a split from their former employers, the Gulf Cartel, has sparked regular grenade attacks and daylight shootouts.

But to Solalinde, the Zetas "are a terrible de facto power."

"Unfortunately, we have a very corrupt country, with law enforcement agencies infiltrated" by organized crime, the priest said.

Four days after Solalinde reported the kidnapping and named the Zetas, he was visited by a burly, shaven-headed man whom police identified as a known hit man.

Police now patrol outside the shelter of unfinished cinderblock rooms, where migrants sleep on cardboard or blankets and stray dogs and cats wander about.

"There is danger," Solalinde said. "But imagine if every single person in Mexico kept silent, if all looked the other way, if no one did anything? That would be terrible for Mexico."

The Zetas rule by fear, threatening police, city officials, journalists and anyone else who gets in their way.

In November, on a much-visited cliff overlooking the picturesque center of Oaxaca City, police found a severed head in a gift-wrapped box. A threatening message left with the head was signed "Z," apparently for Zetas.

In the Oaxacan city of Juchitan, a decapitated man was dumped by a road in November and another was found chopped up in May with a note saying he was killed for posing as a Zeta.

"There are places, cantinas, where we all know they sell drugs, where the Zetas get together. Everybody knows, but nobody does anything," said a local journalist who requested anonymity fearing reprisals.

Authorities, however, contest the notion they are doing nothing. In Chiapas state, on the Guatemala border, more than 240 local and state police officers have been fired or arrested since 2008 for having links to the Zetas, according to the state Public Safety Department.

The Zetas formed in the late 1990s from a small group of elite soldiers based in Tamaulipas who deserted to work for the Gulf drug cartel.

They earned their notoriety by becoming the first to publicly display their beheaded rivals, most infamously two police officers in April 2006 in the Pacific resort city of Acapulco. The severed heads were found on spikes outside a government building with a message signed "Z" that said: "So that you learn to respect."

That year, the Gulf cartel, emboldened after retaining control of the northern border city of Nuevo Laredo, sent the Zetas to take over the south, which they kept after their boss, Gulf leader Osiel Cardenas Guillen, was extradited to the U.S.

By 2008, the Zetas had operations in 28 major Mexican cities, according to an analysis by Grupo Savant, a Washington-based security think tank.

They operate unchallenged in the south, the think tank says. While other cartels are preoccupied with maintaining their Pacific coast ports and northern border transit routes, the Zetas make hundreds of millions of dollars from extortion and trafficked goods coming overland via Guatemala.

Mexico's federal government acknowledges that Zetas have no geographic concentration like other cartels and therefore have shown up in disparate parts of the country. They operate almost like franchises, sending one member to an area they want to control to recruit local criminals.

For Central Americans migrating north, there are few options but to risk their lives crossing Zetas-controlled territory.

At the migrant shelter in Ixtepec, Denis Torres, a 24-year-old bricklayer from Tegucigalpa, Honduras, said he set out on his journey despite his family's pleas to stay. He said he was determined to join his uncle in Miami, where he had been promised a construction job.

"You do travel in fear, thinking they can kidnap you and torture you or kill you just because you came pursuing the American dream," he said.


Associated Press writers Juan Carlos Llorca in Guatemala City; Manuel de la Cruz in Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas; and Sayra Cruz in Oaxaca City contributed to this report.



“…We’re here today to show L.A., show the minority people here, the Anglo-Saxons, that we are here, the majority, we’re here to stay. We do the work in this city, we take care of the spoiled brat children… We’re here in Westwood… to show white Anglo-Saxon Protestant L.A., the few of you who remain, that we are the majority, and we claim this land as ours, it’s always been ours, and we’re still here, and none of the talk about deporting.”
– Fabian Nunez, California assemblyman
La Raza Politician’s Son Charged In Gang Murder
Last Updated: Thu, 12/04/2008 - 1:30pm
The son of a renowned Chicano rights politician who chaired Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and authored legislation to reduce gang violence has been charged in a gang-related murder.
A felony complaint says that California Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez’s teenage son and three fellow gang bangers beat and fatally stabbed a college student in San Diego for no particular reason. They also beat and stabbed at least two other young men who survived.
Esteban Nunez and his posse identified themselves as members of a well-known gang (The Hazard Crew) during an evening of drinking and brutally beat the 22-year-old college student before finishing him off with knives. The gang bangers have been charged with murder, three counts of assault with a deadly weapon and vandalism.
The younger and rather confident Nunez, who proudly sports a tattoo of his gang’s logo, assured his violent buddies that if they were criminally charged his powerful and well-connected politician father could get them off on a self-defense argument.
Indeed Fabian’s dad is well connected and quite popopular in the Golden State. The Democrat lawmaker served three terms in the Assembly, where he authored legislation to reduce gang violence in Los Angeles, and four years as speaker.
In 2007 Hillary Clinton named Nunez, a well-known illegal immigrant advocate, national co chair of her presidential campaign. A popular figure in the La Raza movement, Nunez helped organize huge marches protesting legislation viewed as discriminatory against illegal aliens and he declared war on California’s governor because the governor supports securing the southern border as well as measures to curb the state’s illegal immigration crisis.
Earlier this year Nunez was the target of a state ethics commission investigation into the use of political contributions for personal use. The commission banned the practice after newspaper reports that Nunez and a few other legislators had used hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign cash to travel through Europe and stay at upscale resorts.
* Schwarzenegger was inconsistent on clemency
The former governor reduced the prison sentence of a political ally's son but reversed the parole board's decision to free dozens of inmates involved in similar crimes.
By Jack Dolan, Los Angeles Times
January 16, 2011
The reduced prison sentence that Arnold Schwarzenegger recently extended to a political ally's son stands in stark contrast to the former governor's denial of clemency for dozens of inmates involved in similar crimes.

In one year alone, Schwarzenegger cast aside decisions by the state's parole board to free 29 such inmates who had served long prison sentences. They, like former state Assembly Speaker Fabian Nuñez's son Esteban, participated in crimes that left a victim dead but did not deliver the fatal blows.

And like the younger Nuñez, 11 of those inmates had no previous criminal record, according to orders from the governor's office in 2009, the most recent year for which records are publicly available.

Read the document: Executive report on parole review decisions

Among the reasons Schwarzenegger frequently gave for reversing the parole board — a panel appointed by his office and dominated by former police and corrections officers — was that the victim had been killed over something "trivial."

In addition, the offender had demonstrated "callous disregard for human suffering," often by fleeing the scene and leaving the victim to die, as Nuñez did after he and his friends drunkenly attacked a group of strangers on a San Diego street in 2008 after being denied entrance to a fraternity party.

Schwarzenegger laid out circumstances strikingly similar to those of the Nuñez case in a June 2009 order overturning the parole board's decision to free Sieu Ngo, who had served 16 years for his role in a gang assault at Fullerton High School.

Like Nuñez , Ngo was 19 at the time of his crime. It was September 1992 when he and four friends chased and beat a rival gang member, Angel Gonzalez. During the attack, one of Ngo's accomplices pulled a gun and shot Gonzalez once in the back, killing him. And like Nuñez, Ngo then hopped in a car with the others and hit the road.

In the Nuñez case, the politician's son had stabbed one victim in the stomach while a friend fatally stabbed another in the heart. Then they drove to Sacramento and threw their knives in a river. Ngo's group drove to Washington state, where they were arrested a month and a half later, according to Schwarzenegger's order.

Schwarzenegger acknowledged that Ngo, who is serving 16 years to life, had maintained "supportive relationships with family and friends" during his time in prison and had a job offer waiting for him if he got out. But the former governor argued that Ngo still failed to take full responsibility for his actions, a trait he had demonstrated after the attack by fleeing to another state, Schwarzenegger wrote.

Eighteen months after ordering Ngo to stay in prison, Schwarzenegger cut Nuñez's sentence by more than half, from 16 years to seven. Nuñez had served six months at the time and would not have been eligible for parole until roughly 2023.

"I'd love to ask the [former] governor what distinguishes one case from the other," said Keith Wattley, an attorney who represents inmates seeking parole. The Ngo case, he said, "exemplifies the arbitrary nature of this."

An e-mail to The Times from Daniel Ketchell, Schwarzenegger's personal aide, said the former governor would not elaborate beyond his written orders.

Charles Sevilla, a San Diego attorney for Nuñez, said Schwarzenegger's reasons for reducing the sentence — Nuñez wasn't the killer and had no prior record — would not have attracted attention without the famous name.

"Take the politics out, and people would say it's not an irrational act by the governor. But when you add in the fact that it's Fabian Nuñez's son, that perspective goes out the window."

Asked why he thought other inmates didn't get the same treatment, Sevilla said, "It's difficult to make comparisons between cases" like that of Ngo, who was convicted of second-degree murder, and Nuñez, who was charged with murder but pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter.

Schwarzenegger also denied clemency for Linnea Adams, who was 17 in 1997 when she slid behind the steering wheel and drove some friends to Half Moon Bay, where they robbed another teenager. One of her friends shot and killed the victim in the back seat of the car, then pushed him out. Adams stepped on the gas and sped away.

She had no prior criminal record and had not been disciplined for any rule violations during more than 12 years in prison at the time of her parole hearing, Schwarzenegger's order said.

But the former governor rejected the board's decision to free her because she had admitted to being on methamphetamine at the time of the crime, and she had participated in drug and alcohol treatment programs for only three years.

Schwarzenegger also said Adams, who according to the order is serving 15 years to life, had demonstrated "exceptionally callous disregard for human suffering" by leaving the victim to die.

Then there's Willy Coria, who as a 16-year-old in 1993 sat in the back seat while older friends carried out a drive-by shooting on a crowd outside a Los Angeles liquor store, killing one woman. Prosecutors said the attack was Coria's idea; he claimed he didn't know there was a gun in the car.

His sentence was 16 years to life, and he had been in prison for 15 years when the former governor denied him parole.

Schwarzenegger acknowledged that Coria hadn't pulled the trigger but explained, "The crime partners fired into a crowd of people, placing multiple victims at risk of death or serious injury."

Attorneys who fight to get inmates out of prison are not surprised by Schwarzenegger's frequent decisions to keep people in. The former governor used that power to burnish a reputation as a hard-nosed law-and-order governor, they said.

Others worry that the appearance of favoritism in the Nuñez case will deepen cynicism about the criminal justice system.

"My first thought is that reducing Mr. Nuñez's sentence might have actually been the right thing to do, even if the governor did it for the wrong reasons," Wattley said. "My problem with it is that it makes even clearer to anyone still having doubts that politics dictates prison terms, not fairness or justice."
Villaraigosa won't say if he agrees with clemency for Fabian Nuñez's son
The mayor calls the case a 'tragedy all the way around' but doesn't say whether Schwarzenegger did the right thing in cutting the sentence for his ally's son from 16 years to seven years.
By David Zahniser, Los Angeles Times
January 7, 2011

Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa sidestepped questions Wednesday from reporters who asked if he agreed with former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's recent decision to reduce the prison sentence of 21-year-old Esteban Nuñez, the son of former state Assembly Speaker Fabian Nuñez.
Villaraigosa called the case, in which Esteban Nuñez pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the 2008 stabbing death of a San Diego man, a "tragedy all the way around." The mayor, who has been a close ally of Schwarzenegger and Fabian Nuñez, also said that "everybody recognizes that when you lose a son, that's a horrible thing."
He would not say, however, whether Schwarzenegger did the right thing in cutting the sentence from 16 years to seven years.
"What I've said very clearly is that it's a tragic situation, and that's all I have to say about it," he told a roomful of reporters gathered to hear him celebrate a 7% citywide drop in major crimes last year.
Villaraigosa was one of several high-level officials, along with Los Angeles labor leader Maria Elena Durazo and state Sen. Kevin De Leon (D-Los Angeles), to write letters on behalf of Esteban Nuñez before a bail reduction hearing two years ago. In his letter, Villaraigosa described Esteban Nuñez as a "decent and responsible young man."
Schwarzenegger's decision has drawn protests from some in law enforcement, including San Diego County Dist. Atty. Bonnie Dumanis, who said the decision "greatly diminishes justice."
In his commutation order, Schwarzenegger noted that it was Ryan Jett, Esteban Nuñez's friend, who stabbed 22-year-old Luis Santos, severing his heart.
The governor also noted that after the stabbing, the group drove north to the Sacramento River, burned their clothes and threw their knives in the river.
Standing next to Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck, Villaraigosa also told reporters that he had not personally spoken with Schwarzenegger about the commutation.


Cutting of Nuñez's sentence sparks anger
Outraged officials denounce the last-day prison deal made by Schwarzenegger.
By Jack Dolan and Tony Perry
January 4, 2011
Reporting from Sacramento and San Diego

Outgoing Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's decision to cut the prison sentence that the son of former Assembly Speaker Fabian Nuñez received for his role in the death of a San Diego man outraged officials in that city, who said Monday they had been blindsided.

The decision "greatly diminishes justice," San Diego County Dist. Atty. Bonnie Dumanis said Monday. "The district attorney's office was not consulted and the decision comes as the appeals process was continuing."

San Diego City Atty. Jan Goldsmith accused Schwarzenegger of reducing the sentence to "help his political crony's son."

"In doing so," said Goldsmith, "he undermined the judicial system and has jeopardized public safety.... I speak for the overwhelming majority of San Diegans in stating that we are appalled and angry." Dumanis and Goldsmith are former Superior Court judges.

The allegation that Esteban Nuñez received special treatment at least partly echoed something that the 19-year-old had said after the drunken brawl that led to the death of Luis Santos, according to court records.

After Nuñez and his friends attacked a group of men in October 2008, leaving one dead, they hopped in a car and drove 500 miles north to Sacramento to burn their clothes and throw their knives in a river. Then, court records show, Nuñez told his friends not to worry, his politically connected father, would get them off the hook.

On Sunday, as one of his last official acts as governor, Schwarzenegger reduced Nuñez's sentence by more than half, from 16 to seven years.

That drew criticism from the victims' relatives, prison rights experts and prosecutors who said that the younger Nuñez benefited from his family name throughout the process and that they wondered why thousands of other prisoners incarcerated on similar charges did not get the same break.

Schwarzenegger "has been denying parole to prisoners who have killed somebody and have been model prisoners for years and years, and he hasn't let them go," said Don Specter of the Prison Law Office in Berkeley, a prisoner's rights advocate.

At the end of November, there were 3,381 people in California's prisons for voluntary manslaughter, to which Nuñez had pleaded guilty. He also pleaded guilty to two counts of assault with a deadly weapon. There were 7,589 people in prison for conviction under the same statute, according to Terry Thornton, a spokeswoman for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.

But Schwarzenegger did not intervene on anyone else's behalf.

The well-connected have been weighing in on the younger Nuñez's behalf from early in the case. Before a bail hearing in December 2008, some 70 individuals from government, politics and labor relations sent letters attesting to good character of the Nuñez family and Esteban. Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, in his letter, called young Nuñez "a decent and responsible young man."

Judge David Szumowski cut the bail from $2 million to $1 million and Nuñez was allowed to remain free until the trial. During that time, he attended the state Democratic Party's May 2009 golf tournament, spa day and fundraiser at Pebble Beach, hosted by former Assembly Speaker Karen Bass.

Nuñez entered prison on June 30, 2010, and is housed in a "special needs yard" at the Mule Creek state prison, Thornton said. Also housed there are Joseph Lyle Menendez, one of two brothers who became notorious for the murders of their parents in Beverly Hills, and Andrew Luster, the wealthy great-grandson of cosmetics magnate Max Factor. Luster was convicted of serial rape in 2003.

Former Schwarzenegger appointee Roberto Vellanoweth, who killed four people in a 2007 drunk driving accident, is also in the special needs yard at Mule Creek. He wrote to the governor asking for a sentence reduction, which was not granted.

"People think [Nuñez] benefitted from his father's status," said Charles Sevilla, the San Diego attorney who petitioned the governor for the sentence reduction. Instead, Sevilla argues, Nuñez's father's fame worked against him. "I think the system became zealous in its effort not to show favoritism."

Schwarzenegger and Fabian Nuñez worked closely in passing California's landmark environmental regulations, known as AB 32.

In his written commutation order on Nuñez, Schwarzenegger noted that his former political ally's son and his friends had been drinking and were angry about being denied entry to a fraternity party when they launched a premeditated attack on a group of young men near San Diego State University on Oct. 4, 2008. After driving back to Sacramento, the group "went to the Sacramento River, burned their clothes, and threw their knives in the river," the order says.

Nuñez had bragged to his friends that even if they were charged, his father could get them off with a self-defense plea, according to documents filed by prosecutors.

In his Sunday order, Schwarzenegger acknowledged that Esteban Nuñez stabbed one young man in the stomach and "inflicted great bodily harm" on another. But Schwarzenegger argued that Nuñez did not stab the victim who died, Luis Dos Santos, and shouldn't have been given the same sentence as the killer, Ryan Jett.

Schwarzenegger also noted that Nuñez had no prior criminal record, whereas Jett was on probation at the time of the attack.

A spokeswoman for Mercury Public Affairs, the political consulting firm where Fabian Nuñez works, said Nuñez would not comment for this article.

Schwarzenegger spokesman Aaron McLear referred questions about how many requests for commutation the governor received this year to the office of Gov. Jerry Brown, who took the oath of office Monday morning.

Brown spokesman Evan Westrup did not respond to a request for the information.






Investigator's decapitation 'message to White House'
Mexican drug cartels declaring U.S. 'no longer controls border'
Posted: October 13, 2010
11:50 pm Eastern
By Jerome R. Corsi
© 2010 WorldNetDaily

The decapitation of the lead Mexican investigator in the alleged murder of a jet-skier on a border lake is a sharp retort to President Obama's administration, a Texas congressman said.
"The Mexican drug cartels just sent a message to the White House that the United States no longer controls the border," Rep. Ted Poe, R-Texas, told WND.
The severed head of investigator Rolando Armando Flores Villegas was delivered this week to an army garrison in Ciudad Miguel Aleman in the Tamaulipas state in Mexico. The city is across the river from Zapata County, Texas, the location of Falcon Lake, where David Michael Hartley allegedly was killed by Mexican pirates while he was jet-skiing with his wife Tiffany.
Only last week, Tiffany Hartley met with Flores in Ciudad Miguel Aleman and reported that the investigator seemed to be working hard to find her husband, according to ABC News.
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Poe told WND that Hartley's body is unlikely to be recovered.
"When the Los Zetas drug cartel commits a murder, they dispose of the body where it will never be found, or they use the body to send a message to law enforcement," Poe said. "By decapitating Rolando Flores, the Mexican drug cartels sent a message to Mexico to stop investigating Hartley's murder."
The White House should not be intimidated, Poe insisted.
"Now is the time we should be sending more National Guard to the border."
Last week, Poe was joined by 20 members of the House to introduce the National Guard Border Enforcement Act, H.R.6253, authorizing the secretary of defense to make 10,000 National Guard troops available upon request by a U.S. governor to serve at the border under the command of the requesting governor.
Poe believes the Flores murder is just one more indication Mexico's drug war is out of control and increasingly dangerous to U.S. citizens.
"The decapitation of Rolando Flores is a warning to the United States and to Mexico that this portion of the border is protected by the Zetas," Poe said. "The Zetas intend to protect their drug routes on the border from law enforcement regardless whether that law enforcement is from Mexico or the United States."
Poe doubts Mexico will make serious efforts to apprehend David Michael Hartley's killers.
"Thousands of drug-related homicides are committed in Mexico every year, and very few are ever solved," he stressed. "That Mexican authorities have suggested Tiffany Hartley may have been involved in foul-play in her husband's death should make it clear Mexican law enforcement officers have no intention of seriously investigating or solving the crime."
Marco Antonio Guerrero Carrizales, the district attorney for the Miguel Aleman Province, adjoining Falcon Lake on the Mexican side of the border, has questioned whether Tiffany Hartley was involved in foul play.
As WND previously reported, Texas Zepata County Sheriff Sigifredo "Sigi" Gonzalez Jr. believes Hartley was killed by Mexican pirates operating on Falcon Lake as drug cartel operatives.
"A local witness saw Tiffany Hartley escaping on her jet-ski to the Texas side of the lake," Gonzalez said. "She came in at high speed and was being pursued by armed men in a Mexican fishing boat that that the witness clearly observed."
Gonzalez said the witness was a long-standing member of the Zapata community who was well known to him and regarded as highly credible.
He said the statement of the witness was recorded in the police file but the name of the witness was being withheld from the public to protect his privacy.
"The testimony of this witness dispels any idea Mrs. Hartley was involved in any wrongdoing regarding the murder of her husband," he said firmly. "She called in a 911 phone call to our office at around 2:20 pm on the day of the incident, immediately after she got to shore, and her statements to my office confirm what the local witness observed."
Gonzales confirmed to WND that he had interviewed Mrs. Hartley himself.
He attributed the failure to recover David Hartley's jet ski and his body to the unwillingness of Mexico to cooperate
"The drug cartels operate from an island on the Mexican side of the lake," Gonzalez explained.
"Mexican law enforcement authorities do not control the lake – the pirates do," he said. Tons of illegal drugs are warehoused on that island by the drug cartels for smuggling into the United States and the pirates are well armed."
Emphasizing the need for the National Guard bill, Poe said the "first duty of the federal government is to protect its people."
"Texans are tired of the federal government's failure to secure our borders and enforce our laws, yet at the same time running roughshod over state governments when they try to enforce the law and protect their citizens," he said.
The Obama administration entered U.S. District Court to oppose Arizona's tough immigration law SB 1070, resulting in a decision by U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton to strike down several key provisions of the law.
In the past four years, an estimated 28,000 Mexicans have been killed in drug-related violence.
Currently, the Department of Defense has allocated only 250 National Guard troops for the entire 1,256 mile-long Texas-Mexico border.
Under the National Guard Border Enforcement Act, National Guard troops would be authorized to conduct:
• Armed vehicle and foot patrols of the U.S. southern border;
• Interdiction of a vehicle, vessel, aircraft or other similar activities;
• Search, seizure and detention of suspects;
• Construction of roads, fences and vehicle barriers;
• Search and rescue operations;
• Intelligence gathering, surveillance and reconnaissance;
• Aviation support.
Additionally, the bill would allow the secretary of defense to authorize additional troops should operational control of the U.S. border not be achieved with the first 10,000 deployed.

OBAMA HAS HAD ONE AGENDA FROM DAY ONE: Service his big bankster donors and make sure they’re making staggering profits and safe from prison, and keeping our borders open for hordes more Mexican looters!
“The president's straddling can work for the time being. But unless he wants to end up in the sawdust, acrobat Obama will eventually have to hop on one horse and lead the way. That would have to be the horse named "Enforcement First." CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
“What's needed to discourage illegal immigration into the United States has been known for years: Enforce existing law.” ….. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

California must stem the flow of illegal immigrants
The state should go after employers who hire them, curb taxpayer-funded benefits, deploy the National Guard to help the feds at the border and penalize 'sanctuary' cities.

Illegal immigration is another matter entirely. With the state budget in tatters, millions of residents out of work and a state prison system strained by massive overcrowding, California simply cannot continue to ignore the strain that illegal immigration puts on our budget and economy. Illegal aliens cost taxpayers in our state billions of dollars each year. As economist Philip J. Romero concluded in a 2007 study, "illegal immigrants impose a 'tax' on legal California residents in the tens of billions of dollars."


But President Obama lit the fuse in February when he signed the massive expansion of the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP). That law loosened eligibility requirements for legal immigrants and their children by watering down document and evidentiary standards – making it easy for individuals to use fake Social Security cards to apply for benefits with little to no chance of getting caught. In addition, Obama’s S-CHIP expansion revoked Medicaid application time limits that were part of the 1996 welfare reform law. Immigration activists see the provisions as first steps toward universal coverage for illegals.

With trillion dollar bailouts, government-run healthcare, banks and car companies, ACORN corruption, attacks on conservative media, illegal alien amnesty, unprecedented and dangerous new rights for terrorists, perks for campaign donors—this is the Obama legacy—and we haven't even gotten through the first year of his presidency!
New Stealth Federal Funding Bill for La Raza
Which brings us to an extraordinary matter of some urgency. Several weeks before the White House and its Senate allies announced their big "breakthrough" legislation (S.1348), radicals in the House quietly introduced legislation to pump $5 million directly into La Raza next year — and $10 million per year for "each fiscal year thereafter."
H. R. 1999, entitled the Hope Fund Act of 2007, should truthfully be labeled the "Perpetual Funding of La Raza Radicals Act."

"This is country belongs to Mexico" is said by the Mexican Militant. This is a common teaching that the U.S. is really AZTLAN, belonging to Mexicans, which is taught to Mexican kids in Arizona and California through a LA Raza educational program funded by American Tax Payers via President Obama, when he gave LA RAZA $800,000.00 in March of 2009!
Immigration will be Obama's Waterloo. We now know Obama is a closet leftist radical who has a tin ear when it comes to listening to the American people. Obama has appointed immigration radicals to high positions in his Administration such as Hilda Solis (Secretary of Labor), Senior White House Advisor Celia Munoz (former Sr. Vice President of La Raza), and ICE’s William Hurtt. These actions stand in stark contrast to the clearly expressed will of the vast majority of American people, who want our existing immigration laws enforced, our border brought under control, and no grant of amnesty to millions of law breaking illegal aliens who are wreaking havoc on our society -- and who cost taxpaying Americans a lot of money. The American public will not permit mass amnesty to be granted to illegal aliens -- before or after November. Too many American citizens and legal residents understand the enormous stakes at play (including the very future of this country). Obama sees 12-20 million new voter registration cards – and he does not care if they are submitted by people who have no right to be in our country, whose first act coming here was to break our laws, and who if granted amnesty will literally bankrupt us.

Obama soft on illegals enforcement

Arrests of illegal immigrant workers have dropped precipitously under President Obama, according to figures released Wednesday. Criminal arrests, administrative arrests, indictments and convictions of illegal immigrants at work sites all fell by more than 50 percent from fiscal 2008 to fiscal 2009.

The figures show that Mr. Obama has made good on his pledge to shift enforcement away from going after illegal immigrant workers themselves - but at the expense of Americans' jobs, said Rep. Lamar Smith of Texas, the Republican who compiled the numbers from the Department of Homeland Security's U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE). Mr. Smith, the top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, said a period of economic turmoil is the wrong time to be cutting enforcement and letting illegal immigrants take jobs that Americans otherwise would hold.
“The principal beneficiaries of our current immigration policy are affluent Americans who hire immigrants at substandard wages for low-end work. Harvard economist George Borjas estimates that American workers lose $190 billion annually in depressed wages caused by the constant flooding of the labor market at the low-wage end.” Christian Science Monitor
Lou Dobbs Tonight
CNN -- July 27 Pilgrim: Well presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama voiced support for yesterday's court ruling that struck down Hazleton's illegal immigration law. Senator Obama called the federal court ruling a victory for all Americans. The senator said comprehensive reform is needed so local communities do not continue to take matters into their own hands. Senator Obama was a supporter of the Senate's failed immigration bill, which would have given amnesty to millions of illegal aliens.

MEXICO'S AGENDA IN OUR BORDERS - occupation! welfare state! mex supremacy!


“…We’re here today to show L.A., show the minority people here, the Anglo-Saxons, that we are here, the majority, we’re here to stay. We do the work in this city, we take care of the spoiled brat children… We’re here in Westwood… to show white Anglo-Saxon Protestant L.A., the few of you who remain, that we are the majority, and we claim this land as ours, it’s always been ours, and we’re still here, and none of the talk about deporting.”
– Fabian Nunez, California assemblyman

Audio clips of the true agenda of Illegal Alien Lobby
Agendas of MEChA, La Raza, MALDEF, and Southwest Voter Registration Projects
This is a compilation of live, recorded statements by elected U.S. politicians, college professors, and pro-illegal alien activists whose objective is to take control of our country "by vote if possible and violence if necessary!"
The speakers listed below are not the "lunatic fringe". They are some of the most powerful Latino leaders and politicians in America, whose allegiance is to foreigners of their ethnic group, not to the United States. They seek political power and realize the way to get it is to flood America with legal and illegal immigrants from their ethnic "tribe". Simply by demographics, they will dilute the vote of American citizens and replace our American culture. "The Third World" is at your doorstep and anxious to present you with the bill as they jump on "the entitlement bandwagon." If you think this is an exaggeration, you have only to witness California as a forewarning of where our entire country is headed.
A very sinister message being taught in many Ethnic Studies programs across this country. While MEChA and LA Raza, the two largest Latino organizations on college and high school campuses preach hatred for America, the liberal media ignores them, as the Ford, Rockefeller, Carnegie and other Foundations contribute millions to promote their anarchy. Pro-illegal immigration activists would have you believe "illegals" are coming here only to seek work and a better life. MEChA, LA Raza, MALDEF and the Southwest Voter Registration Project have much darker agendas. Listen to the following audio clips to understand their message.
"We call things racism just to get attention. We reduce complicated problems to racism, not because it is racism, but because it works."

--- Alfredo Gutierrez, political consultant, as quoted by Richard de Uriarte, The Phoenix Gazette, March 14, 1992 (quoted in The ProEnglish Advocate, 1st quarter, 2002).

Instructions: Click on "R" to listen to the clip via RealAudio in any browser.
Click on "W" to listen to the clip via Windows Media Audio in Internet Explorer.
Click on "T" to read the transcript of the audio clip.
# Speaker Time Medium
1 Armando Navarro, Professor of Ethnic Studies, University of California at Riverside 1:18 R W T

2 Art Torres, former California State Senator and currently Chairman of the California Democratic Party 1:13 R W T

3 Jose Angel Gutierrez, Professor, University of Texas at Arlington and founder of La Raza Unida Party 1:31 R W T

4 Bill Richardson, former U.S. Congressman, U.N. Ambassador, U.S. Secretary of Energy, and currently Governor of New Mexico 0:48 R W T

5 Mario Obledo, founding member of MALDEF (Mexican American Legal Defense & Education Fund) 1:03 R W T

6 Mario Obledo, given the U.S. Medal of Freedom, America's highest civilian honor 0:49 R W T

7 Richard Alatorre, Los Angeles City Council Member 0:52 R W T

8 Joe Baca, former California State Assemblyman, now U.S. Congressman & member Hispanic Caucus 2:31 R W T

9 Antonio Villaraigosa, former Speaker of California State Assembly 1:52 R W T

10 Gloria Molina, one of the five Los Angeles Country Board of Supervisors 1:45 R W T

11 Vicky Castro, a recent member of the Los Angeles Board of Education 1:43 R W T

12 Ruben Zacarias, former Superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District 1:24 R W T

13 El Presidente Ernesto Zedillo, former President of Mexico 1:31 R W T

14 Augustin Cebada, information minister of the Brown Berets, foot soldiers of the "Aztlan" movement 2:25 R W T

15 Fabian Nunez, elected Speaker of the California State Assembly in 2003 5:08 R W T

16 Larry Elder, Los Angeles KABC Radio talk show host 0:35 R W T

17 Tom Tancredo, current Colorado U.S. Congressman and active opponent of illegal immigration 0:45 R W T

18 Gray Davis, former Governor of California 0:18 R W T

19 MEChA chants, from MEChA's 1996 annual conference at Cal-state University at Northridge 1:23 R W T

The above audio clips are from archives distributed by the California Coalition for Immigration Reform. THE AMERICAN RESISTANCE assumes no responsibility for possible errors in recording, attribution, or transcription.
The first 15 audio clips above demonstrate the "Pro-Mexico, Anti-America" agenda of "Pro-Immigration" activists and politicians. Rather than encouraging new immigrants and illegal aliens to assimilate into the American culture, they instead seek to "set up a nation within a nation"; one that they can control by keeping immigrants out of the mainstream. They seek "raw political power" with the goal of open borders. Many helped to found and still support such openly racist, anti-American organizations like MEChA, LA RAZA, MALDEF and the Southwest Voter Registration Project. Their goals are to re-take the American Southwest, not by war, but rather by uncontrolled migration. If you think it's not a problem in your state, it will be eventually, as you become a citizen of "MEXAMERICA".
Additional audio/video
Former Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo
"I have proudly affirmed that the Mexican nation extends beyond the territory enclosed by its borders and that Mexican migrants are an important - a very important - part of it." -- Former Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo at the National Council of La Raza (The Race) Soiree, Chicago on July 23, 1997
The true agenda of The Race Industry
Harvard Professor Samuel P. Huntington, Chairman of the Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies - a self-described "old-fashioned Democrat" - warned in his April 2004 article, "The Hispanic Challenge":
"Demographically, socially, and culturally, the reconquista (re-conquest) of the Southwest United States by Mexican immigrants is well underway... No other immigrant group in U.S. history has asserted or could assert a historical claim to U.S. territory. Mexicans and Mexican Americans can and do make that claim."

In December 2004, the Mexican government published a guide advising illegal Mexican nationals on how to safely cross the U.S. border. In 2001, Ernesto Ruffo Appel, Mexico’s Commissioner for Northern Border Affairs, reportedly told potential illegal Mexican migrants:
"If the border patrol agent finds you, try again."

Other Mexican government officials have said:
"I have proudly affirmed that the Mexican nation extends beyond the territory enclosed by its borders and that Mexican migrants are an important - a very important - part of it."
--1997, Ernest Zedillo, former President of Mexico, in Chicago.
"We are practicing La Reconquista in California."
--1998, Jose Pescador Osuna, then-Consul General of Mexico, in California.
"We are Mexicans that live in our territories and we are Mexicans that live in other territories. In reality, we are 120 million people that live together and are working together to construct a nation."
--2004, Vicente Fox, President of Mexico, in Chicago.

Leaders of Mexican ancestry in the United States have made similar statements:
"As goes the Latino population will go the state of California, and as goes the state of California will go the United States of America. My friends, the stakes are big. This is a fight worth making."
--1995, Henry Cisneros, former U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary, at a Hispanic conference at UC Riverside.
"Eventually, we are going to take over all the political institutions of California."
--1998, Mario Obledo, co-founder of MALDEF and California Secretary of Health & Welfare under Gov. Jerry Brown. (He added that California will soon become an "Hispanic state" and that anyone who does not like Mexicans "should go back to Europe.")
"Mexico is recovering the territories yielded to the United States by means of migratory tactics."
-- 2001, Elena Poniatowska, a prize-winning Mexican novelist who has taught at Harvard, Yale and Princeton.
"A secessionist movement is not something that you can put away and say it is never going to happen in the United States. Time and history change."
--2002, Armando Navarro, professor at the University of California-Riverside.
"The U.S. Southwest will secede and may rejoin Mexico... No nation's borders have been permanent. Throughout history, nations and empires rise and fall."
--2002, Charles Truxillo. professor at the University of New Mexico. (Who also said secession of the U.S. Southwest is an "inevitability" because of continued high Hispanic immigration.)
"We don't need no stinking green cards."
--Benicio Silva of UC Berkeley declared that having to show them at the border was a "violation of our human rights" because "Aztlan is ours and the white man is the invader."
"They say we're 'Latinizing' Los Angeles! Don't you love it? We are fighting to build a new Mestizo nation." "We are here again, we are millions and millions, and the aging white Americans are not making babies, we've got to get ready to govern!"
--Jose Angel Gutierrez, long-time University of Texas faculty member
Rudy Acuña warns that Chicano youth "bring the possibility of violence" to the Chicano movement, and the "Brown Berets" tell "gringos" that "the streets will run red with the blood of tyrants, who have murdered us for so long."
Amnestied and naturalized illegal aliens would be able to vote in U.S. elections. Their extended family members who migrate here also could become future voters in the U.S. "Anchor baby" children born in the U.S. to illegal alien parents also are able to vote.
Many Mexican-Americans are patriotic and have no political agenda, but they and their U.S.-born children indeed can be mobilized by Mexico to vote according to Mexico’s interests. Juan Hernandez, U.S.-born member of Vicente Fox’s cabinet, has remarked:
"We are betting that the Mexican American population in the United States... will think Mexico first."
Reference: La Raza -Chicano Activism in California, by Diana Hull, The Social Contract (Summer 1999)

Lies that the illegal alien lobby perpetuates:
Lie #1: Illegal aliens take jobs Americans won't do.
Truth: Americans are willing to do most jobs at a fair wage, but they won't do those jobs at "slave wages" or minimum wage. Thus, American workers are constantly replaced by illegal aliens willing to work for half or a third of what American workers once received. These jobs that once afforded a middle class life style now only offer illegal alien workers poverty level wages, resulting in the shrinkage of the "American Middle Class" and the enormous growth of an ever-increasing "underclass" dependent on government entitlements.
Lie #2: Illegal aliens contribute more to the economy and tax base than they take.
Truth: A large portion of illegal aliens work for cash "under the table" paying no taxes. The great majority of illegals make $6-$8 per hour, ($12,480 - $16,640 per year). At such income levels, not only is there no tax due, but they also qualify for the "earned income tax credit". In California, public education alone costs over $7,500 per pupil. Multiply that times 2-4 children, add the costs of free school breakfast and lunch, free medical care, food stamps, housing subsidies, and other entitlement "give-aways". Harvard Professor George Borjas estimates illegal immigration costs the U.S. 70 billion dollars per year and Californians $1,300 per household annually in additional taxes. The Center for Immigration Studies estimate that the average Mexican illegal alien will use $55,200 more in public services during his lifetime than he pays in taxes.
Lie #3: Without illegal alien farm labor, a head of lettuce would cost $3.00.
Truth: It already costs $3.00. You just make a $1.00 down payment at the grocery store. The government finances the other two dollars until tax time, when the additional $2.00 balance is extracted from your wallet in the form of higher taxes. The Agriculture industry gets cheap labor and higher profits, while shifting all the social costs of illegal immigrant labor to the American tax payer.
Lie #4: Most illegal aliens come here only to seek work and are law-abiding "citizens".
Truth: In Los Angeles, as of January, 2004, 95 percent of all outstanding warrants for homicide (which total 1,200 to 1,500) target illegal aliens. Up to two-thirds of all fugitive felony warrants (17,000) are for illegal aliens. A confidential California Department of Justice study reported in 1995 that 60 percent of the 20,000-strong 18th Street Gang in southern California is illegal; police officers say the proportion is actually much greater. The bloody gang collaborates with the Mexican Mafia, the dominant force in California prisons, on complex drug-distribution schemes, extortion, and drive-by assassinations, and commits an assault or robbery every day in L.A. County. The gang has grown dramatically over the last two decades by recruiting recently arrived youngsters, most of them illegal, from Central America and Mexico. (Source: The Illegal-Alien Crime Wave, by Heather MacDonald, City Journal, Winter 2004)
Also see the list of contributors to the National Council of La Raza ("The Race").
“PUNISH OUR ENEMIES”… does that mean assault the legals of Arizona that must fend off the Mexican invasion, occupation, growing criminal and welfare state, as well as Mex Drug cartels???

Friends of ALIPAC,

Each day new reports come in from across the nation that our movement is surging and more incumbents, mostly Democrats, are about to fall on Election Day. Obama's approval ratings are falling to new lows as he makes highly inappropriate statements to Spanish language audiences asking illegal alien supporters to help him "punish our enemies."


The fastest growing political party in America is NOT the tea baggers! It is the Mexican Fascist Party of LA RAZA… “The Race”. .. The House now as 90 members, nearly one-quarter, that are CONGRESSIONAL HISPANIC CAUCUS pushing for AMNESTY, no e-verify, expanded sanctuary cities, open borders, and illegals voting!

NCLR: Agents for the Government of Mexico?
Especially troubling is NCLR's leading role in the Fundacion Solidaridad Mexicano Americana (Foundation for Mexican-American Solidarity, FSMA), an organization founded and funded by the government of Mexico and directed by the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Public Education. Both of these ministries have been engaged in efforts aimed at demanding full political rights for illegal aliens in the U.S. and indoctrinating America's Hispanic population in radical, racist La Raza ideology.
LaRaza Calls For Boycott Against Free Speech
No surprise here. Pulling the race/hate card again and using political correctness La Raza goes after cable shows reporting on illegal immigration.

"Murguía said she recognized that ultimately the power to change the debate lies with the Hispanic community itself. “Latinos buy products from the advertisers supporting these programs,” she said. “Latinos vote in primaries and in the general election. We have a significant role to play picking winners and losers in both arenas. We need to make it clear to those who embrace hate that they do so at their own economic and political peril.”

New Stealth Federal Funding Bill for La Raza
Which brings us to an extraordinary matter of some urgency. Several weeks before the White House and its Senate allies announced their big "breakthrough" legislation (S.1348), radicals in the House quietly introduced legislation to pump $5 million directly into La Raza next year — and $10 million per year for "each fiscal year thereafter."
"This country belongs to Mexico" is said by the Mexican Militant. This is a common teaching that the U.S. is really AZTLAN, belonging to Mexicans, which is taught to Mexican kids in Arizona and California through a LA Raza educational program funded by American Tax Payers via President Obama, when he gave LA RAZA $800,000.00 in March of 2009!
H. R. 1999, entitled the Hope Fund Act of 2007, should truthfully be labeled the "Perpetual Funding of La Raza Radicals Act."

The Mexican Agenda In Our Borders

“…We’re here today to show L.A., show the minority people here, the Anglo-Saxons, that we are here, the majority, we’re here to stay. We do the work in this city, we take care of the spoiled brat children… We’re here in Westwood… to show white Anglo-Saxon Protestant L.A., the few of you who remain, that we are the majority, and we claim this land as ours, it’s always been ours, and we’re still here, and none of the talk about deporting.”
– Fabian Nunez, California assemblyman
Additional audio/video
Former Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo
"I have proudly affirmed that the Mexican nation extends beyond the territory enclosed by its borders and that Mexican migrants are an important - a very important - part of it." -- Former Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo at the National Council of La Raza (The Race) Soiree, Chicago on July 23, 1997

* They claim all of North America for Mexico!

Lou Dobbs Tonight
Monday, February 11, 2008
In California, League of United Latin American Citizens has adopted a resolution to declare "California Del Norte" a sanctuary zone for immigrants. The declaration urges the Mexican government to invoke its rights under the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo "to seek third nation neutral arbitration of disputes concerning immigration laws and their enforcement." We’ll have the story.

Wall St. & the Mexican Fascist Party of La Raza

“…We’re here today to show L.A., show the minority people here, the Anglo-Saxons, that we are here, the majority, we’re here to stay. We do the work in this city, we take care of the spoiled brat children… We’re here in Westwood… to show white Anglo-Saxon Protestant L.A., the few of you who remain, that we are the majority, and we claim this land as ours, it’s always been ours, and we’re still here, and none of the talk about deporting.”
– Fabian Nunez, California assemblyman


“Back in 1969, Gutierrez said: "We have got to eliminate the gringo, and what I mean by that is if the worst comes to the worst, we have got to kill him." He has continued to promote the same hateful "reconquista" ideology ever since.”




About The National Council of The Race - La Raza

Corporate Board of Advisors
Established in 1982, the Corporate Board of Advisors (CBA) is made up of senior executives from 25 major corporations, as well as liaison staff from each company. The CBA meets twice a year, and presentations and discussions keep the CBA updated on NCLR’s activities and provide opportunities for dialogue and decision-making about issues and programs of common concern. Throughout the year NCLR benefits from advice and assistance from these closest corporate associates. CBA members also assist NCLR and its network through financial, in-kind, and programmatic support.
Al Bru, President and CEO, Frito-Lay North America
Principal Members
Peter Debreceny, Vice President, Corporate Relations, Allstate Insurance Company
Sue Oliver, Senior Vice President, Human Resources, American Airlines
Connie Weaver, Executive Vice President, Public Relations, AT&T
Deval L. Patrick, Executive VP, General Counsel, Secretary, The Coca Cola Company
Hugo Patiño, Vice President, Research and Development, Coors Brewing Company
Jim Padilla, President, North American Operations, Ford Motor Company
Peter J. Capell, Senior Vice President and President, Big G Division, General Mills
Roderick D. Gillum, VP Corp. Relations and Diversity, General Motors Corporation
Wynn Watkins, Sr. VP, Director of Community and Public Affairs, J.C. Penney Company, Inc.
Russ Deyo, Corporate Vice President and Executive Committee Member, Johnson and Johnson
Terry M. Faulk, Senior. Vice President, Human Resources, Kraft Foods, Inc.
Joseph B. Gleason, Managing Director, Manning, Selvage and Lee
James Kallstrom, Senior Executive Vice President, MBNA America Bank, NA
Jim Johannesen, U.S. Senior Vice President, Cheif Support Officer, McDonald’s Corporation
Charlotte Frank, Vice President, Research and Development, The McGraw-Hill Companies
Mike Jones, Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary, Miller Brewing Company
Sharon C. Taylor, Sernior Vice President, Corporate Human Resources, Prudential Financial
Mary Jane Hall, Senior Vice President, HR for Control Systems, Rockwell Automation
Barbara Cowden, Executive Vice President, State Farm Insurance Campanies
Kathy Bushkin, President, Time Warner Foundation
Jovita Carranza , Vice President of Air Operations, United Parcel Service
Katherine Brown, Senior VP, Public Policy Development, Verizon Communications
Jay Allen, Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
Natalie L. Belisle, Communications Consultant, Corporate Relations, Allstate Insurance Company
Lourdes Hassler, Manager, U.S. Latin America and Development, American Airlines
Marie Long, Vice President, Constituency Relations, AT&T
Alfred J. Argüello, Senior Vice President, Bank of America
Luddy Hayden, Federal Relations Representative, Chevron Corporation
Ana Duarte McCarthy, Director of Global Workforce Diversity, CitiGroup
Rudy Beserra, Vice President, Corporate Latin Affairs Department, The Coca-Cola Company
Olga García, Corporate Relations Manager, Coors Brewing Company
Raquel Egusquiza, Director, Community Development, Ford Motor Company Fund
CeLois J. Steele, Senior Manager, Multicultural Community Relations, General Mills
Orlando Padilla, Director Public Policy Center, General Motors Corporation
Vicki Lynn Cartwright, Women’s and Multicultural Events, J.C. Penney Company, Inc.
José Sosa, Director, State Government Affairs, Johnson and Johnson
Carlos Abrams-Rivera, Business Director, External Development, Kraft Foods North America
Rudy Mendez, Vice President, Diversity Affairs, McDonald's Corporation
Luis Viada, Managing Director, Global Development,The McGraw-Hill Companies
José R. Ruano, Manager Corporate Relations, Miller Brewing Company
David Gonzales, Vice President, Community Affairs, PepsiCo, Inc.
Ron Harrison, Retired Senior Vice President, PepsiCo, Inc.
René O. Deida, Program Officer, The Prudential Foundation
Christine G. Rodríguez, Vice President, State and Community Relations, Rockwell Automation
Art Ruiz, Federal Affairs Director, State Farm Insurance Companies
Luis Castro, Director of Corporate Responsibility, Time Warner
Gerri Warren-Merrick, Vice President, Community Relations, Time Warner
Bernard Collins, United Parcel Service
Fred Fernández, Director, Corporate Relations, United Parcel Service
Emilio Gonzalez, Director, Public Policy and Strategic Alliances, Verizon Communications
José "Pepe" Estrada, Director, Hispanic Markets, Diversity Relations, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
Delia Garcia, Director of Diversity, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.


The National Council of La Raza (NCLR) is not only one of the wealthiest and most politically powerful militant organizations in the country, it is also notoriously racist and subversive. The group's name, "La Raza," means "The Race," by which they are referring to ethnic Mexicans, or more broadly to "hispanics" or "latinos." And it is quite clear from their decades of vitriolic rhetoric — both spoken and written — that the La Raza activists are trying to engender not only race consciousness amongst hispanic U.S. citizens and Mexican migrants, but also racial militancy and animosity toward "Gringo America."
The NCLR grew out of the La Raza Unida (The Race United) Party and the Southwest Council of La Raza in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The key leaders were Marxist-Leninist followers of Fidel Castro and Che Guevarra.
In 1970, the California Senate Fact-Finding Subcommittee on Un-American Activities said this about La Raza Unida: "Its president is Maclovio Barraza. Mr. Barraza has been identified by the Subversive Activities Control Board as a member of the Communist Party, and presides over the Council which recently received a grant of $1,300,000 from the Ford Foundation."

Maclovio Barraza was the NCLR Board of Directors' founding Chairperson, and the NCLR continues to honor this hardcore Marxist by awarding the Moclavio Barraza Award to its top activist each year.
One of the early founders of La Raza was Professor Jose Angel Gutierrez, whose violent, extremist rhetoric has caused NCLR some public relations problems. Back in 1969, Gutierrez said: "We have got to eliminate the gringo, and what I mean by that is if the worst comes to the worst, we have got to kill him." He has continued to promote the same hateful "reconquista" ideology ever since. But that didn't stop NCLR from bestowing on him their "Hero Award" in 1994.
The radical student group MEChA (Moviemento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan), with which NCLR has been closely allied for several decades, is even more explicitly and militantly, having adopted the slogan, "Por La Raza Todo, Fuera de La Raza Nada," which translated means: "For the Race, Everything; Outside the Race, Nothing."
MEChA's founding documents and literature are replete with appeals to "La Raza de Bronce" (The Bronze Race) and condemnation of the "brutal gringo." MEChA, as its name suggests, is also a leading promoter of the radical "reconquista" (reconquest) movement, a plan of to take over the states of California, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Texas — a region they refer to as "Aztlan" — which they claim was stolen from the "Aztecan" peoples. NCLR provides major financial support to MEChA and many of NCLR's leaders were MEChA leaders in their college days.
NCLR: Agents for the Government of Mexico?
Especially troubling is NCLR's leading role in the Fundacion Solidaridad Mexicano Americana (Foundation for Mexican-American Solidarity, FSMA), an organization founded and funded by the government of Mexico and directed by the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Public Education. Both of these ministries have been engaged in efforts aimed at demanding full political rights for illegal aliens in the U.S. and indoctrinating America's Hispanic population in radical, racist La Raza ideology.
Top members of La Raza, MALDEF, the National Immigration Forum and other leading immigration activist organizations also serve on the Council of the FSMA. As such, they are acting as agents for a foreign power that is actively seeking to influence our national, state, and local laws and policies, in ways that are inimical to the interests of our nation and our citizens. NCLR and these other participating groups should be investigated by Congress to determine if they are breaking any laws, especially since these organizations and/or their affiliates not only enjoy tax-exempt status, but even receive millions of dollars from federal and state government agencies.
New Stealth Federal Funding Bill for La Raza
Which brings us to an extraordinary matter of some urgency. Several weeks before the White House and its Senate allies announced their big "breakthrough" legislation (S.1348), radicals in the House quietly introduced legislation to pump $5 million directly into La Raza next year — and $10 million per year for "each fiscal year thereafter."

H. R. 1999, entitled the Hope Fund Act of 2007, should truthfully be labeled the "Perpetual Funding of La Raza Radicals Act."
It is being sponsored by Rep. Ruben Hinojosa (D-Tex.) and Rep. Rick Renzi (R-Ariz.).
Since the bill [4] is rather short, we include the entire text below:
To authorize appropriations for assistance for the National Council of La Raza and the Raza Development Fund.
April 23, 2007
Mr. HINOJOSA (for himself and Mr. RENZI) introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Financial Services
To authorize appropriations for assistance for the National Council of La Raza and the Raza Development Fund.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,
This Act may be cited as the `Hope Fund Act of 2007'.
(a) Use- The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development shall, to the extent amounts are made available pursuant to subsection (b), make a grant to the National Council of La Raza for the purpose of providing technical and financial assistance to local non-profit organizations to undertake community development and affordable housing projects and programs serving low- and moderate-income households, particularly through organizations located in neighborhoods with substantial populations of income-disadvantaged households of Hispanic origin. Assistance provided by the Secretary under this section may be used by the National Council of La Raza or the Raza Development Fund to--

(1) provide technical and financial assistance for site acquisition and development, construction financing, and short- and long-term financing for housing, community facilities, and economic development;
(2) leverage capital from private entities, including private financial institutions, insurance companies, and private philanthropic organizations;
(3) provide technical assistance, training, support, and advice to develop the management, financial, and administrative capabilities of housing development organizations serving low-income households, including Hispanic households; and
(4) conduct such other activities as may be determined by the Secretary and the National Council of La Raza.
(b) Authorization of Appropriations- There is authorized to be appropriated for grants under this section--
(1) $5,000,000 for fiscal year 2008; and
(2) $10,000,000 for each fiscal year thereafter.
Although S.1348, the immigration bill, is far more important and will have a much larger and more dramatically harmful impact than H.R. 1999, nevertheless, the La Raza funding bill is such blatant pork-barrel pandering to an extremist, racist lobbying group, that it sends an unmistakable message about what the "stakeholders" behind the Kennedy-Bush amnesty are really after: more money, more power, more revolution — and the complete destruction of our borders and security.
With millions more tax dollars in their political war chest, they would become even more brazen in their demands. They know that this is a volatile issue that could rouse the wrath of American voters. Which is why none of the sponsors of the legislation have mentioned H.R. 1999 on their House web sites, and why the NCLR has also kept mum about this planned political payoff.
But their dirty secret is out. If it is sufficiently exposed, it can stir enough opposition not only to stop H.R. 1999, but also to defeat S.1348 or any other amnesty "compromise" that comes out of the White House-Congress immigration wheeling and dealing.

MEXICAN RACISM - American Second Class Citizens Paying For Mex Occupation
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Wake up America!!! Illegal Immigration has to be stopped. Take a look at this website and see where all your tax dollars are going: 1)

See: CFR’s Plan to Integrate the U.S., Mexico and Canada The Great Alien Invasion - What's Happening Now "Bush Secret Border Wars" Mayhem and terror in Southern states to protect government drug cartels Mexican/Bush Crime Families Expand in U.S. 2)
“In Mexico, a recent Zogby poll declared that the vast majority of Mexican citizens hate Americans. [22.2] Mexico is a country saturated with racism, yet in denial, having never endured the social development of a Civil Rights movement like in the US--Blacks are harshly treated while foreign Whites are often seen as the enemy. [22.3] In fact, racism as workplace discrimination can be seen across the US anywhere the illegal alien Latino works--the vast majority of the workforce is usually strictly Latino, excluding Blacks, Whites, Asians, and others.”

“Brown then let her true MSM colors show with a softball question to Murguia implying that opposition to illegal immigration is veiled racism: "What are the racial undertones to this debate for many people? Is that something that worries you?" Murguia was only too happy to be worried, alleging that there are "racial undertones, anti-ethnic overtones." That's when Dobbs got off perhaps his best line of the morning. "The National Council of La Raza is talking about race? La Raza - what does that mean? It means 'the race'!"

Mexican Racism | Hating Everyone South of Their Border and Above
– 2010/09/24
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Mexico Building a Wall on Southern Border with Guatemala

The New Media Journal
Hypocrisy, Thy Name is Mexico: As the Mexican government and its advocates rail against the United States for wanting to secure its southern border, Mexico is building a border fence on its southern border to keep illegals from crossing into that country from Guatemala.
The Inter-Press Sevice (IPS) is reporting that the head administrator of the Mexican Superintendency of Tax Administration, Raul Diaz, has confirmed that his government is building a wall in the state of Chiapas, along the Mexican/Guatemalan border.

The official reason is to stop contraband from coming into Mexico, but as Diaz admitted: “It could also prevent the free passage of illegal immigrants.”

According to Mexico’s National Commission on Human Rights, 500,000 people from Central America cross into Mexico illegally every year.

Just as Mexican authorities have opposed the construction of a fence by the US, along our border with their country, Mexico is now receiving a great deal of criticism from the Guatemalan government.

The executive coordinator of the National Bureau for Migration in Guatemala, Marila de Prince, told a local newspaper: “It is not a correct measure being taken by the Mexican government.”

Erick Maldonado, executive secretary of Guatemala’s National Council on Migrants said: “We are watching the Mexican government’s initiative with concern because the migrants are in a situation of highest vulnerability, as demonstrated by the massacre in Tamaulipas, where five Guatemalans died.”

Maldonado said the wall “is going to make the migrants’ situation worse, because to meet their needs they are always going to find blind points where there are no migration or security controls, which implies greater risks.”

Vice-President of Guatemala, Rafael Espada, said: “The walls are not the solution to the problems.”

The US press has completely ignored the story.

Any Pol NOT Working For LA RAZA?


“The prevalence of the issue means the Obama administration could find itself battling Arizona-style flare-ups in statehouses across the country, raising pressure on the White House and Congress to break the deadlock in Washington over comprehensive immigration reform.”


Gov. candidates in 20 states endorse anti-immigration laws

By: Carrie Budoff Brown
September 2, 2010 04:31 AM EDT

It’s not just Arizona.

In states far from the Mexico border — from liberal Massachusetts to moderate Iowa — Democrats and Republicans in gubernatorial races are running on strict anti-illegal-immigration platforms, pledging to sign an array of tough enforcement measures into law come January.

Of the 37 gubernatorial races this year, candidates in more than 20 states have endorsed adopting a strict Arizona-style immigration law or passing legislation that makes it harder for illegal immigrants to live, work and access basic public benefits in their states, according to a POLITICO analysis.

The prevalence of the issue means the Obama administration could find itself battling Arizona-style flare-ups in statehouses across the country, raising pressure on the White House and Congress to break the deadlock in Washington over comprehensive immigration reform.

The Justice Department sued Arizona in hopes of discouraging other states from following its lead and won a ruling blocking provisions of the law that immigrant advocates found most objectionable. But that hasn’t stopped some gubernatorial candidates from trying to one-up each other on the issue.

Georgia Democratic nominee Roy Barnes endorses an Arizona-style law for the state, saying he would sign similar legislation if elected. So does Georgia’s Republican nominee, former U.S. Rep. Nathan Deal, a staunch critic of comprehensive immigration reform who used the first ad of his primary campaign to endorse the Arizona crackdown.

“If President Obama sues us too, we’re going to defend ourselves,” said Brian Robinson, communications director for Deal. “We’ve got to protect Georgia taxpayers if President Obama won’t.”

Alabama Republican Robert Bentley, who holds a double-digit lead over his Democratic challenger, vows to create “an environment that is unwelcoming to illegal immigrants.” He drafted a 10-point plan for what he describes as one of the most pressing problems facing the state, where the Pew Research Center found the immigrant population has at least doubled since 2005.

And in Massachusetts, Republican Charles Baker and independent Timothy Cahill are battling for the toughest-on-immigration title, while Democratic Gov. Deval Patrick takes hits from immigrant advocates for not being “proactive” enough.

The flood of get-tough statements could be just that — campaign talk that fades against the hard realities of governing and legal threats by the Justice Department. The outcome of a U.S. appeals court hearing on the Arizona law set for early November is likely to determine whether the state-level push stalls out or gains momentum.

But polls show voters want the government to stop the flow of illegal immigrants. And with Congress unlikely to act anytime soon, gubernatorial candidates are arguing that, as chief executives, they will try to do the job that they say the federal government has neglected.
The political pull can be fierce. At least three Republicans who initially expressed concern with the Arizona law walked back their opposition after taking heat from their party.
Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum scrambled to match the hard line of his challenger, Rick Scott, by introducing a proposal late in the primary election campaign that he said would go further than the Arizona law, but McCollum still lost. Wisconsin Republican Scott Walker went from skeptic to supporter of Arizona’s approach, as did Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman, who has said he will work with the state attorney general to craft a law similar to Arizona's for the 2011 legislative session.

“In the absence of federal action, we will see devastating policies at the state and local level, as demagogues rush in to fill the breach,” said Deepak Bhargava, executive director of the Center for Community Change, an immigrant advocacy group. “That is why it is critical that there is a renewed effort on the federal level.”

With state budgets in crisis and the economy struggling, candidates are framing the debate in financial terms, not simply as a law-and-order issue.

Illegal immigrants are already ineligible for all major government benefits, but that hasn’t stopped gubernatorial nominees from pledging to go even further in tightening verification requirements for public aid programs to establish an applicant’s legal status.

"This is purely about politics and not substance," said Jon Blazer, a public benefits attorney for the National Immigration Law Center, adding that the law is already restrictive.

Candidates are embracing E-Verify, a federal database that allows employers to check an employee’s Social Security number against government records. Only federal contractors are required to use the system, which has been criticized as unreliable. And governors in 13 states have signed legislation or executive orders mandating some level of participation from employers.

But if anti-illegal-immigration candidates win in November, more states, including Iowa, Georgia and Alabama, appear likely to jump on board or expand the program. Colorado Republican Dan Maes would require all private employers in his state to use E-Verify — the crux of his vision for legislation that “reduces the incentives to live, work and transfer funds from Colorado.”
Other top targets include scholarships, in-state tuition and driver’s licenses for illegal immigrants — flash points in states across the country.
In Massachusetts, Baker would tell state lawmakers to send him a package of hard-hitting immigration measures identical to a package that passed the Democratic-controlled state Senate this year but was eliminated from the final budget bill because of Gov. Patrick’s opposition, Baker spokesman Rick Gorka said.
It was considered an unusually tough measure for a state long represented by the late Sen. Ted Kennedy, the architect of the modern-day immigration system. But a confluence of factors contributed to its near passage, spurred on by Arizona, including a poll of Massachusetts voters showing strong support for the crackdown and the case of Obama’s Kenyan aunt, who was living in public housing while she fought a deportation order.
The package expanded efforts to block illegal immigrants from accessing public benefits, established a telephone line for people to anonymously report people they suspect of being illegal and required companies working with the state to confirm the legal status of their hires.

“We would make sure state services are for state residents,” Gorka said. “This is a cost-saving measure; it is a responsible measure.”

Massachusetts had been known as one of the most welcoming to immigrants in the country, Eva Millona, executive director of the Massachusetts Immigration and Refugee Advocacy Coalition said. But lately, she said, “this is the most anti-immigrant climate we have witnessed.”

Even Patrick has turned cautious, doing little to act on a series of pro-immigrant recommendations from a state advisory panel. “Deval hasn’t been as proactive as we would have liked him to be,” said Millona, a co-chairwoman of the panel.

In New Mexico, a border state that has traditionally taken a more lenient approach than adjacent Arizona, Democrat Diane Denish and Republican Susana Martinez would stop issuing driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants. But Martinez would go a step further in repealing the 2003 state law and revoking thousands of licenses. Martinez, who won the Republican primary by making her opponent look weak on border security, would also eliminate taxpayer-funded lottery scholarships.

“Not only does this provide further incentive for illegal immigrants to come to New Mexico,” Martinez says on her campaign website, “it is simply wrong to provide free scholarships to illegal immigrants when members of the military stationed in New Mexico are not eligible for the same benefits.”

Taking a position that goes further than other GOP candidates, former Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad, who is trying to unseat the Democratic governor, said a long-standing Supreme Court decision that forced states to educate the children of illegal immigrants should be overturned.

And when people are stopped for a criminal or traffic violation, they should be detained and turned over to the federal government if they can’t prove their legal status, Branstad has said.

“Iowans are frustrated,” Branstad spokesman Tim Albrecht said. “Either we are going to enforce the laws or we are not going to enforce the laws, and Gov. Branstad is on the side of wanting to enforce those laws.”

Millona said the November elections will be a test: A strong showing by enforcement-only proponents could make it harder for Democrats and Republicans to come together on a comprehensive overhaul next year.

“If they don’t win, it will be very clear — as it is clear to most of us — that the enforcement-only measures don’t work,” Millona said.
Thoughts on the LA RAZA Invasion
We know Dick Lamm as the former Governor of Colorado. In that context his thoughts are particularly poignant. Last week there was an immigration overpopulation conference in Washington, DC, filled to capacity by many of America's finest minds and leaders. A brilliant college professor by the name of Victor Hansen Davis talked about his latest book, "Mexifornia," explaining how immigration - both legal and illegal was destroying the entire state of California. He said it would march across the country until it destroyed all vestiges of The American Dream.

Moments later, former Colorado Governor Richard D. Lamm stood up and gave a stunning speech on how to destroy America. The audience sat spellbound as he described eight methods for the destruction of the United States. He said, "If you believe that America is too smug, too self-satisfied, too rich, then let's destroy! America. It is not that hard to do. No nation in history has survived the ravages of time. Arnold Toynbee observed that all great civilizations rise and fall and that 'An autopsy of history would show that all great nations commit suicide.'"

"Here is how they do it," Lamm said: "First, to destroy America, turn America into a bilingual or multi-lingual and bicultural country." History shows that no nation can survive the tension, conflict, and antagonism of two or more competing languages and cultures. It is a blessing for an individual to be bilingual; however, it is a curse for a society to be bilingual. The historical scholar, Seymour Lipset, put it this way: "The histories of bilingual and bi-cultural societies that do not assimilate are histories of turmoil, tension, and tragedy." Canada, Belgium, Malaysia, and Lebanon all face crises of national existence in which minorities press for autonomy, if not independence. Pakistan and Cyprus have divided. Nigeria suppressed an ethnic rebellion. France faces difficulties with Basques, Bretons, and Corsicans."

Lamm went on: Second, to destroy America, "Invent 'multiculturalism' and encourage immigrants to maintain their culture. I would make it an article of belief that all cultures are equal. That there are no cultural differences. I would make it an article of faith that the Black and Hispanic dropout rates are due solely to prejudice and
discrimination by the majority. Every other explanation is out of bounds.

Third, "We could make the United States an 'Hispanic Quebec' without much effort. The key is to celebrate diversity rather than unity. As Benjamin Schwarz said in the Atlantic Monthly recently: "The apparent success of our own multiethnic and multicultural experiment might have been achieved not by tolerance but by hegemony. Without the dominance that once dictated ethnocentricity and what it meant to be an American, we! are left with only tolerance and pluralism to hold us together." Lamm said, "I would encourage all immigrants to keep their own language and culture. I would replace the melting pot metaphor with the salad bowl metaphor. It is important to ensure that we have
various cultural subgroups living in America enforcing their differences rather than as Americans, emphasizing their similarities."

"Fourth, I would make our fastest growing demographic group the least educated. I would add a second underclass, unassimilated, undereducated, and antagonistic to our population. I would have this second underclass have a 50% dropout rate from high school."

"My fifth point for destroying America would be to get big foundations and business to give these efforts lots of money. I would invest in ethnic identity, and I would establish the cult of 'Victimology.' I would get all minorities to think that their lack of success was the fault of the majority. I would start a grievance industry blaming all
minority failure on the majority population."

"My sixth plan for America's downfall would include dual citizenship, and promote divided loyalties. I would celebrate diversity over unity. I would stress differences rather than similarities. Diverse people worldwide are mostly engaged in hating each other - that is, when they are not killing each other. A diverse, peaceful, or stable society is against most historical precedent. People undervalue the unity it takes to keep a nation together. Look at the ancient Greeks. The Greeks believed that they belonged to the same race; they possessed a common language and literature; and they worshipped the same gods. All Greece took part in the Olympic games. A common enemy, Persia, threatened their liberty. Yet all these bonds were not strong enough to overcome two factors: local patriotism and geographical conditions that nurtured political divisions. Greece fell. "E. Pluribus Unum" -- From many, one. In that historical reality, if we put the emphasis on the 'pluribus' instead of the 'Unum,' we will balkanize America as surely as Kosovo."

"Next to last, I would place all subjects off limits; make it taboo to talk about anything against the cult of 'diversity.' I would find a word similar to 'heretic' in the 16th century - that stopped discussion and paralyzed thinking. Words like 'racist' or 'xenophobe' halt discussion and debate. Having made America a bilingual/bicultural country, having established multi-culturism, having the large foundations fund the! doctrine of 'Victimology,' I would next make it impossible to enforce our immigration laws. I would develop a mantra: That because immigration has been good for America, it must always be good. I would make every individual immigrant symmetric and ignore the cumulative impact of millions of them."

In the last minute of his speech, Governor Lamm wiped his brow. Profound silence followed. Finally he said,. "Lastly, I would censor Victor Hanson Davis's book "Mexifornia." His book is dangerous. It exposes the plan to destroy America. If you feel America. deserves to be destroyed, don't read that book."

There was no applause. A chilling fear quietly rose like an ominous cloud above every attendee at the conference Every American in that room knew that everything Lamm enumerated was proceeding methodically, quietly, darkly, yet pervasively across the United States today.

Discussion is being suppressed. Over 100 languages are ripping the foundation of our educational system and national cohesiveness. Even barbaric cultures that practice female genital mutilation are growing as we celebrate 'diversity.' American jobs are vanishing into the Third World as corporations create a Third World in America - take note of California and other states - to date, ten million illegal aliens and growing fast. It is reminiscent of George Orwell's book "1984." In that story, three slogans are engraved in the Ministry of Truth building: "War is peace," "Freedom is slavery," and "Ignorance is strength."

Governor Lamm walked back to his seat. It dawned on everyone at the conference that our nation and the future of this great democracy is deeply in trouble and worsening fast. If we don't get this immigration monster stopped within three years, it will rage like a California wildfire and destroy everything in its path, especially The American Dream.