Wednesday, December 14, 2011

SHERIFF PAUL BABEU - NARCOMEX TERRORIST ON OUR OPEN & UNDEFENDED BORDERS

MEXICANOCCUPATION.blogspot.com
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Go to http://www.MEXICANOCCUPATION.blogspot.com and read articles and comments from other Americans on what they’ve witnessed in their communities around the country.
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Border Sheriff on Mexican Cartels: They're Decapitating Police Officers -- 'If That's Not a Terrorist Act, What Is?'
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
By Edwin Mora
Pinal County, Ariz. Sheriff Paul Babeu

Washington (CNSNews.com) – The federal government should designate Mexican drug cartels as foreign terrorist organizations under U.S. law, according to the Republican sheriff of an Arizona county near the U.S.-Mexico border.
But a Democratic judge in Texas disagrees, saying such a designation would achieve little. Instead, said the judge, attention should be focused on illegal drug consumption by Americans.
Asked by CNSNews.com whether he would support designating Mexican drug cartels as foreign terrorist organizations (FTOs) – as some lawmakers are suggesting as a way to target their finances – Sheriff Paul Babeu of Pinal County, Ariz. replied, “Absolutely.”
(REALITY ON OBAMA’S JOKE OF HOMELAND SECURITY:)
“They are terrorists,” said Babeu, a Republican elected official. “Literally 35,000 people have been brutally murdered in Mexico. The president just articulated we went and bombed Libya because we didn’t want possibly 1,000 civilians just killed – it would have been blood on our hands.”
“Wait a minute,” he continued. “That’s half way around the world. Look south –35,000 people killed and they’re not just regular people [but] judges, police chiefs, you know, anybody who stands up in their way.”
“They’re cutting police officers’ heads off, killing them, laying them in front of the police station,” Babeu said. “If that’s not a terrorist act, what is? They have destabilized Mexico to the point where it’s caused great concern here.”
Pinal County is located south of Phoenix, about 70 miles north of the southwest border
(A LA RAZA PARTY MEMBER, VERONICA ESCOBAR BLAMES AMERICANS FOR MEXICAN TERRORISM? WHY HASN’T SHE BEEN IMPEACHED???)

Judge Veronica Escobar of El Paso, Texas testifies before the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee on April 7, 2011. (Photo: HSGAC)
CNSNews.com also put the question to Judge Veronica Escobar of El Paso, Texas, a Democratic elected official.
(THIS ESCOBAR SOUNDS LIKE SHE HAS THE MEX PRESIDENT CALDERON UP HER ASS AS MUCH AS OBAMA!!!)
She replied that FTO designation for the cartels would do little more than create “chatter” in the news media. The government should deal with Americans’ appetite for illicit drugs, Escobar said, as they are the ones “fueling” the drug war.
“I don’t know what added tools it [designation] gives the federal [authorities],” she said.
“I’m no fan of the cartels. They’re awful, they’re causing incredible bloodshed, they are ruining the lives of families in my community who have family in Ciudad Juarez [directly across the border from El Paso], the most dangerous city in the world – but what does that do to get us where we want to go?”
“I don’t understand what it [listing as FTOs] does except, you know, creates a lot of talk and chatter on the cable news stations and it gives somebody something else to talk about,” Escobar continued.
“I want to know what are we going to do about Americans’ insatiable appetite for those illegal drugs. Americans are fueling that war.”
CNSNews.com spoke to Babeu and Escobar after they testified before a Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee hearing [3], offering mostly opposing views on border security.
Babeu said the U.S. needs to send “military advisors” and “special forces” to the border, much as it did in Colombia in earlier decades to deal with the insurgency troubling that country.
He told CNSNews.com that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had “made a good comparison to Colombia of two decades ago, with the Medellin cartel.”
“What did we do there that we said was in our national interest?” he said. “We sent military advisors, Special Forces down to ensure their government didn’t fall, and that’s what we need to do here.”
Clinton stated [4] last September that the situation in Mexico was looking “more and more” like Colombia of two decades ago, “where the narco-traffickers controlled certain parts of the country.”
Babeu warned that the further destabilization of the Mexican government will open the border for criminal elements to “come in and buy their way into the United States.”
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<b><b>Sheriff Paul Babeu of Pinal County, Ariz. addresses the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee hearing (Photo: HSGAC)</b></b>
Asset freeze
FTO designation takes place under the Immigration and Nationality Act. U.S. banks are required to block any assets of FTOs, and members of the blacklisted groups may not visit the U.S. or get material support or resources from Americans. Anyone providing them with material support is committing a crime under U.S. law.
On March 30, Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Tex.), the chairman of the Homeland Security Committee’s Oversight, Investigations and Management Subcommittee, introduced legislation [6] instructing Clinton to designate the cartels as FTOs.
Designation would place the gangs on the same list [7] as al-Qaeda, the Taliban, and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), which is also involved in drug trafficking.
Under the legislation [8], co-sponsored by three Republicans, six named Mexican cartels would be subjected to sanctions such as an asset freeze. Those who facilitate their financing would face harsher judicial penalties.
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(A NOTE HERE ON LA RAZA ENDORSED SEN. DIANNE FEINSTEIN –(LA RAZA DEM-MEXIFORNIA) IN HER ENTIRE CORRUPT CAREER AS A SQUALID GET-RICH-OFF ELECTED OFFICE, SHE’S ONLY SERVED THE INTERESTS OF ILLEGALS, AND THE VARIOUS SPECIAL INTERESTS THAT ARE HER PAYMASTERS AND BENEFIT FROM THE EXPLOITATION OF ILLEGALS! SHE HAS, WOULD SELL OUT ANY AMERICAN TO PUT BUCKS IN HER POCKET. SHE HAS PROMOTED ANY AND ALL LA RAZA AMNESTY PLOYS, FOUGHT FOR OPEN BORDERS, NO I.D. TO EASE ILLEGALS INTO VOTING BOOTHS, AND FOR OBAMA’S CONTINUED NON-ENFORCEMENT OF LAWS THAT PERTAIN TO THE LA RAZA INVASION, OCCUPATION, AND EVER EXPANDING WELFARE STATE!)
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Before McCaul introduced his legislation, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Immigration, Refugees, and Border Security Subcommittee, told CNSNews.com that it would be a good idea to have the State Department list the Mexican cartels as FTOs, although she was not ready to say whether or not she would support such a move.
In fiscal year 2010, the Department of Homeland Security apprehended [9] at least 663 individuals from countries with ties to terrorism attempting to cross the southwest border into the U.S.

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HERE’S REALITY ON OBAMA’S BORDER SECURITY, AS WRITTEN BY LA RAZA AND MEXICO:

ARTICLE
8 Out of 10 Illegals Apprehended in 2010 Never Prosecuted
http://www.alipac.us/article-6162-thread-1-0.html

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WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT OBAMA TURNING OVER YOUR TAX DOLLARS TO FUND MEXICAN FASCISM? GO TO THE BLOG FOR MORE: MEXICANOCCUPATION.blogspot.com

Now you sound off. Should the United States taxpayer be funding the National Council of La Raza? THE MEXICAN FASCIST PARTY of LA RAZA FOR MEXICAN SUPREMACY
By Dave Gibson (09/17/2006) http://americandaily.com/article/15577
(THESE FIGURES ARE DATED. SEE MEXICANOCCUPATION.blogspot.com for 2011 figures of American tax money handed over to advance Mexico’s occupation!
In 2005, the Latino group known as La Raza (The Race) was given $15.2 million in U.S. federal grants.


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ARTICLE

8 Out of 10 Illegals Apprehended in 2010 Never Prosecuted
http://www.alipac.us/article-6162-thread-1-0.html


Obama Quietly Erasing Borders (Article)


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Lou Dobbs Tonight
Monday, September 28, 2009


And T.J. BONNER, president of the National Border Patrol Council, will weigh in on the federal government’s decision to pull nearly 400 agents from the U.S.-Mexican border. As always, Lou will take your calls to discuss the issues that matter most-and to get your thoughts on where America is headed.

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Obama Administration Caught Arming Mexican Illegal Alien Rebels

DISCUSS THIS NATIONAL PRESS RELEASE WITH OUR ONLINE ACTIVISTS AT...http://www.alipac.us/ftopicp-1205835.html#1205835

BACKGROUND ARTICLES ON OPERATION GUN RUNNER AND FAST AND FURIOUS...
http://www.alipac.us/ftopict-230424.html

Update and Release on NC Victory against bogus Mexican ID for illegals
ALIPAC Responds to NC Legislator's Personal Attacks
http://www.alipac.us/article6196.html

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“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???

OBAMA TELLS ILLEGALS “PUNISH OUR ENEMIES”
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."

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CONTACT THE HISPANDERING LA RAZA PARTY PRESIDENT HERE:

You can contact President Obama and let him know of your opposition to amnesty for illegal aliens:
http://www.whitehouse.gov/CONTACT/

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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: http://immigrationcounters.com/

See: CFR’s Plan to Integrate the U.S., Mexico and Canada
http://www.proliberty.com/observer/20050816.htm The Great Alien Invasion - What's Happening Now http://www.rense.com/general69/inva.htm
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“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???

OBAMA TELLS ILLEGALS “PUNISH OUR ENEMIES”
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."

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Heather Mac Donald: White House doesn't want to enforce immigration
By: Heather Mac Donald
OpEd Contributor
August 4, 2010
The real motivation for the Justice Department's lawsuit against Arizona's new immigration statute was the only one not mentioned in the department's brief: The Obama administration has no intention of enforcing the immigration laws against the majority of illegal aliens already in the country.


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"Bush Secret Border Wars" Mayhem and terror in Southern states to protect government drug cartels
http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/august2005/140805borderwars.htm Mexican/Bush Crime
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“Through love of having children, we are going to take over.”  AUGUSTIN CEBADA, BROWN BERETS, THE LA RAZA FASCIST PARTY
http://www.aztlan.net/anchor_baby_power.htm


MEXICO IMPLODES - AS NARCOmex POURS OVER OUR OPEN & UNDEFENDED BORDERS



NAME ANY NATION IN THE HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION THAT PERMITTED A POORER, VIOLENT, AND RACIST NATION LIKE MEXICO SIMPLY HOP THEIR BORDERS AND SET UP AN OCCUPATION AND WELFARE STATE AT GRINGO EXPENSE!

MEXICO ON BRINK OF IMPLOSION.. THEY CAN’T EXPORT THEIR POOR, CRIMINAL AND PREGNANT FAST ENOUGH! AND BARACK OBAMA WORKS FOR WIDER OPEN BORDERS, AMNESTY DEVICES, AND THE VOTES OF ILLEGALS!



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"Mexico seems to be a society that is on the brink of implosion," laments Ira Mehlman, spokesman for the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR). "The Mexican government is losing control of large sections of the country. There is violence that is just spilling out of control in those places, and it's right at our doorstep."

In fact, he says the hostility has already affected the U.S. side of the border. "We've even lost control of certain places inside our country," the FAIR spokesman explains. "Some of the border areas have been deemed too dangerous, even for government personnel to go in."

But Mehlman notes that the Obama administration does not seem to be taking this border crisis too seriously

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Mexico on 'brink of implosion'
Chad Groening - OneNewsNow - 9/7/2010

An immigration reform activist thinks the continued rampant violence in Mexico should serve as a stern warning to Americans that it's essential for the U.S. government to shut down the border.

The U.W. State Department recently told American diplomats in the northern Mexican city of Monterrey to remove their children from the area due to growing threats of kidnappings and because of a shoot-out that took place in front of an American school there.

Beginning September 10, the Department says the U.S. consulate general in Monterrey will become a "partially unaccompanied post," meaning diplomats and other government personnel stationed there will not be allowed to have their minor children with them.

Mexican authorities have also confirmed that a second migrant survived the recent massacre of 72 Central and South Americans near the border where U.S. authorities suspect the Zetas drug gang killed the migrants for refusing to smuggle drugs.

"Mexico seems to be a society that is on the brink of implosion," laments Ira Mehlman, spokesman for the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR). "The Mexican government is losing control of large sections of the country. There is violence that is just spilling out of control in those places, and it's right at our doorstep."

In fact, he says the hostility has already affected the U.S. side of the border. "We've even lost control of certain places inside our country," the FAIR spokesman explains. "Some of the border areas have been deemed too dangerous, even for government personnel to go in."

But Mehlman notes that the Obama administration does not seem to be taking this border crisis too seriously

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR SAW IT COMING IN 2005, AND OUR GOV HAS ONLY CONTINUED TO EXPOSE US TO MEX GANGS, DRUG CARTELS, AND MILLIONS OF ILLEGALS

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FROM 2005… DO YOU THINK IT’S BETTER OR WORSE…?



from the August 24, 2005 edition - http://www.csmonitor.com/2005/0824/p08s02-comv.html


Is Mexico still a nation?

The Monitor's View
A survey released last week by the Pew Hispanic Center found more than four in 10 Mexicans are willing to leave their country to live in the US. One in five would risk a dangerous, illegal border crossing. Most surprising, one in three college graduates wants to flee. Before Washington takes up immigration reform this fall, it needs to take a hard look at Mexico's disillusionment.
Already, one in eight adults born in Mexico now lives in the US. And the Mexican economy is kept afloat partially by an estimated $16 billion sent back by immigrants to relatives.
Such numbers reveal a people so fed up with Mexico's dysfunctional politics and stagnant economy that their nationalism is wilting. While more than half of Mexico's 106 million people are officially poor, the Pew survey found an inclination to migrate "evident across a broad swath" of the population.
This wide push to leave is probably now as strong as the pull of higher wages, social advancement, and family connections in the US. And yet, Mexican leaders remain in denial about this propensity for mass exodus.
All this spells trouble for proposals by President Bush and some in Congress to set up a temporary worker program as a way to reduce the burden of illegal migration. The Mexican demand for such US "guest" visas could be, by some estimates, half a million a year. Yet the numbers in the proposals fall far short of that. The US could hardly absorb such a large wave of humanity without further challenges to its civic stability.
In other words, a guest-worker plan is a false promise of ending the waves of illegal border crossings. The challenges on America's southern flank are only getting worse. Arizona and New Mexico this month declared emergencies along their borders with Mexico, citing a rise in crime related to drug and people smuggling - and an inability by Washington to stem the violence. And the US ambassador to Mexico also criticized its leaders for not curbing border violence; he made a point by closing the consulate in Nuevo Laredo.
Just five years ago, Mexico had great hope of reform after the ouster of the Revolutionary Institutional Party, or PRI, which had governed since 1929. But President Vicente Fox's reform efforts have faltered. The nation's three main parties remain internally divided and unable to compromise. Decades of oil wealth have left people too willing to take handouts rather than accept the kind of taxation that creates citizens with a stake in government. With Mr. Fox a lame duck, Mexico is heading for a presidential election next July that could see another weak leader.
As dissatisfaction with politics and justice translates into Mexicans voting with their feet, the US needs to recognize that the "border issue" is much more of a "Mexico issue."
The US should further beef up border security, but also help Mexico regain national integrity. Legally hiring Mexicans is hardly a solution.
As it is doing with Africa, the US must peg better economic relations to better governance in Mexico, such as laws allowing referendums and run-offs for presidential elections. Rather than view such pressure as gringo meddling, the Mexican people might just welcome a challenge to their government. And think of staying put.


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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


from the May 28, 2009 edition - http://www.csmonitor.com/2009/0528/p09s01-coop.html
What will America stand for in 2050?
The US should think long and hard about the high number of Latino immigrants.
By Lawrence Harrison

Palo Alto, Calif.
President Obama has encouraged Americans to start laying a new foundation for the country – on a number of fronts. He has stressed that we'll need to have the courage to make some hard choices. One of those hard choices is how to handle immigration. The US must get serious about the tide of legal and illegal immigrants, above all from Latin America.
It's not just a short-run issue of immigrants competing with citizens for jobs as unemployment approaches 10 percent or the number of uninsured straining the quality of healthcare. Heavy immigration from Latin America threatens our cohesiveness as a nation.
The political realities of the rapidly growing Latino population are such that Mr. Obama may be the last president who can avert the permanent, vast underclass implied by the current Census Bureau projection for 2050.
Do I sound like a right-wing "nativist"? I'm not. I'm a lifelong Democrat; an early and avid supporter of Obama. I'm gratified by his nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court. I'm also the grandson of Eastern European Jewish immigrants; and a member, along with several other Democrats, of the advisory boards of the Federation for American Immigration Reform and Pro English. Similar concerns preoccupied the distinguished Democrat Barbara Jordan when she chaired the congressionally mandated US Commission on Immigration Reform in the 1990s.
Congresswoman Jordan was worried about the adverse impact of high levels of legal and illegal immigration on poor citizens, disproportionately Latinos and African-Americans. 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.
The healthcare cost of the illegal workforce is especially burdensome, and is subsidized by taxpayers. To claim Medicaid, you must be legal, but as the Health and Human Services inspector general found, 47 states allow self-declaration of status for Medicaid. Many hospitals and clinics are going broke because of the constant stream of uninsured, many of whom are the estimated 12 million to 15 million illegal immigrants. This translates into reduced services, particularly for lower-income citizens.
The US population totaled 281 million in 2000. About 35 million, or 12.5 percent, were Latino. The Census Bureau projects that our population will reach 439 million in 2050, a 56 percent increase over the 2000 census. The Hispanic population in 2050 is projected at 133 million – 30 percent of the total and almost quadruple the 2000 level. Population growth is the principal threat to the environment via natural resource use, sprawl, and pollution. And population growth is fueled chiefly by immigration.
Consider what this, combined with worrisome evidence that Latinos are not melting into our cultural mainstream, means for the US. Latinos have contributed some positive cultural attributes, such as multigenerational family bonds, to US society. But the same traditional values that lie behind Latin America's difficulties in achieving democratic stability, social justice, and prosperity are being substantially perpetuated among Hispanic-Americans.
Prominent Latin Americans have concluded that traditional values are at the root of the region's development problems. Among those expressing that opinion: Peruvian writer Mario Vargas Llosa; Nobelist author Octavio Paz, a Mexican; Teodoro Moscoso, a Puerto Rican politician and US ambassador to Venezuela; and Ecuador's former president, Osvaldo Hurtado.
Latin America's cultural problem is apparent in the persistent Latino high school dropout rate – 40 percent in California, according to a recent study – and the high incidence of teenage pregnancy, single mothers, and crime. The perpetuation of Latino culture is facilitated by the Spanish language's growing challenge to English as our national language. It makes it easier for Latinos to avoid the melting pot and for education to remain a low priority, as it is in Latin America – a problem highlighted in recent books by former New York City deputy mayor Herman Badillo, a Puerto Rican, and Mexican-Americans Lionel Sosa and Ernesto Caravantes.
Language is the conduit of culture. Consider: There is no word in Spanish for "compromise" (compromiso means "commitment") nor for "accountability," a problem that is compounded by a verb structure that converts "I dropped (broke, forgot) something" into "it got dropped" ("broken," "forgotten").
As the USAID mission director during the first two years of the Sandinista regime in Nicaragua, I had difficulty communicating "dissent" to a government minister at a crucial moment in our efforts to convince the US Congress to approve a special appropriation for Nicaragua.
I was later told by a bilingual, bicultural Nicaraguan educator that when I used "dissent" what my Nicaraguan counterparts understood was "heresy." "We are, after all, children of the Inquisition," he added.
In a letter to me in 1991, Mexican-American columnist Richard Estrada described the essence of the problem of immigration as one of numbers. We should really worry, he wrote, "when the numbers begin to favor not only the maintenance and replenishment of the immigrants' source culture, but also its overall growth, and in particular growth so large that the numbers not only impede assimilation but go beyond to pose a challenge to the traditional culture of the American nation."
Obama should confront the challenges by enforcing immigration laws on employment to help end illegal immigration. We should calibrate legal immigration annually to (1) the needs of the economy, as Ms. Jordan urged, and (2) past performance of immigrant groups with respect to acculturation.
We must declare our national language to be English and discourage the proliferation of Spanish- language media. We should limit citizenship by birth to the offspring of citizens. And we should provide immigrants with easy-to-access educational services that facilitate acculturation, including English language, citizenship, and American values.
Lawrence Harrison directs the Cultural Change Institute at the Fletcher School, Tufts University, in Medford, Mass. He is the author of "The Central Liberal Truth: How Politics Can Change A Culture And Save It From Itself."


THE NEW YORK TIMES - MEX-OWNED MOUTHPIECE FOR LA RAZA PROPAGANDA!

THE NEW YORK TIMES IS MEXICAN OWNED!
 
YOU WON'T READ ABOUT THE STAGGERING CRIME RATES THAT COMES WITH THE LA RAZA "THE RACE" FASCIST MOVEMENT.
 
OF COURSE THE TIME WANTS THE LA RAZA OCCUPATION REMOVED FROM ANY VOTES BY THE AMERICAN PEOPLE! NOT A SINGLE STATE IN THE UNION HAS VOTED FOR THIS MEXICAN WELFARE STATE, WHICH IN CA ALONES COSTS LEGALS $20 BILLION PER YEAR IN SOCIAL SERVICES ON THE STATE LEVEL, AND THEN COUNTY BY COUNTY EVEN MORE! LOS ANGELES COUNTY PUTS OUT $600 MILLION IN WELFARE FOR ILLEGALS, AND THEIR ANCHOR BABIES. THIS SAME COUNTY BOAST THAT NEARLY HALF OF ALL JOBS GO TO ILLEGALS USING STOLEN SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS AND HAS A TAX-FREE MEXICAN UNDERGROUND ECONOMY CALCULATED TO BE ABOVE $2 BILLION PER YEAR!
 
WANT TO TALK ABOUT MEXICAN GANG CRIMES? NEARLY HALF OF ALL MURDERS IN CA ARE BY MEXICAN GANGS ACCORDING TO AG KAMAL HARRIS!
 
 
 
December 13, 2011

Stopping the Free-for-All

The Supreme Court’s decision to review a federal court ruling blocking parts of Arizona’s notorious immigration law is troubling. It is arguably premature to take this case because there is no split among the federal appellate courts over states’ powers to enact such laws.
The court should use this opportunity to clarify the need for uniform laws in this area of vital national interest and stop the march of states taking immigration policy into their own hands. The Obama administration sued to stop Arizona — and later Utah, Alabama and South Carolina — because immigration is a federal responsibility that states cannot usurp.
Judge Susan Bolton of Federal District Court struck down parts of the Arizona law, enacted last year, that requires police officers to check the immigration status of anyone they have “reasonable suspicion” of being in the state illegally, makes it a state crime to be unlawfully present in this country and a state crime for illegal immigrants to work or look for work, and permits the warrantless arrest of anyone believed to be deportable.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit got it right in April when it upheld Judge Bolton’s ruling. In a powerful concurring opinion, Judge John Noonan paid particular attention to the section of the law that enshrines the mass expulsion of illegal immigrants — “attrition through enforcement” — as Arizona’s official state policy. “That 50 individual states or one individual state should have a foreign policy is absurdity too gross to be entertained,” Judge Noonan said. “In matters affecting the intercourse of the federal nation with other nations, the federal nation must speak with one voice.”
The Constitution gives Congress, not the states, the power “to establish an uniform rule of naturalization. ” As the solicitor general, Donald Verrilli Jr., wrote in a brief urging the Supreme Court not to take the case, laws like Arizona’s upset the federal government’s careful balancing of “law enforcement priorities, foreign-relations considerations and humanitarian concerns.”
States like Arizona have been trying openly and mightily to throw that balance out the window, being much harsher than the federal government in criminalizing undocumented immigrants. Arizona contends that “federal immigration laws expressly contemplate and authorize cooperative law enforcement efforts between federal and state officials.” But under the Constitution, federal immigration laws pre-empt the Arizona provisions. While mass deportation may be a rallying cry for many state officials, it is not, thankfully, federal policy. The Supreme Court should end the state-created chaos in immigration laws by heeding Judge Noonan’s wise words.


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YOU WILL NOT READ IN THE MEX-OWNED NEW YORK TIMES THAT MEXICANS SHOULD DO SOMETHING FOR THEIR PEOPLE OTHER THAN EXPORT THEM TO LOOT AMERICA!


MEXICANOCCUPATION.blogspot.com
We need a national dialogue about the morality of Mexico exporting millions of their poor, illiterate, criminal, and frequently pregnant over our borders, and our own government’s tacit collusion in this invasion.
It’s not from generousity or concern for the poor of a foreign country that most of the Fortune 500 are generous donors to the Mexican Fascist Party of La Raza – “The Race”.
It’s all about exploitation. The American worker having to compete with the desperate and exploited Mexican worker exported by their own corrupt country.

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Lou Dobbs Tonight
Monday, October 5, 2009

 Father PATRICK BASCIO has a remarkably different perspective on illegal immigration from that of most Christian clergymen-one he’s outlined in a remarkable new book entitled
On the Immorality of Illegal Immigration: An Alternative Christian View.
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On The Immorality of Illegal Immigration: A Priest Poses an Alternative Christian View

By C.S. Patrick J. Bascio

Editorial Reviews

Father Bascio presents a strikingly different perspective on illegal immigration from that of most Christian clergymen. He turns his spotlight on the harm of officially tolerated illegal immigration to America's own struggling workers in the form of joblessness, shrinking wages and poorer working conditions. African-American workers, already plagued by job discrimination, bear the heaviest burden of the illegal invasion, which locks them out of many workplaces or drives wages below acceptable levels. The chronic non-enforcement of immigration laws is no accident: Congress has little stomach for ending something so profitable for their most powerful donors and the voters they can muster. The author fears that many committed Christians are blinded to these abuses by their church leaders' preoccupation with charity toward illegal aliens, while ignoring the plight of millions of low-wage Americans. He deftly rebuts the self-serving myth of employers' and politicians' that illegals "do jobs Americans won't do." Bascio also sees the profit motive behind legal immigration policies that lure the third world's best and brightest to America, stripping poorer nations of their physicians, teachers and scientists. As a Catholic priest, the author admits the unpleasantness of taking a position not shared by his Church's hierarchy, which is driven by the prospect of rising membership. Bascio sees unchecked illegal immigration as having grave consequences for overall U.S. tranquility: disdain for the rule of law, street gangs, document fraud and identity theft, staggering welfare and education costs and creeping "Balkanization" that threatens the national principle of E Pluribus Unum. Father Bascio's book is a resounding appeal to Christians to re-examine their churches' conventional view of illegal immigration and consider the hardship it brings for fellow Americans and its dangers for the nation as a whole.
About the Author
Father Patrick Pascio is a retired Catholic priest, international human rights expert, professor and writer whose long ministry has included assignments in the U.S., Tanzania and the Caribbean islands. In Trinidad he taught at the University of the West Indies and, in Grenada, advised the Prime Minister and represented that country on U.N. committees. He founded and directed Salve Regina University's PhD program and directed its Master's program in Humanities. He is a U.S. Air Force veteran of World War II. Father Bascio has two master's degrees in the social sciences and a doctorate. A prolific writer, Bascio's works since 1994 include The Failure of White Theology: A Black Theological Perspective (1994); Gorbachev and the Collapse of the Soviet Communist Party (with Evgueny Novikov -1994); Defeating Islamic Terrorism: The Wahabi Factor (2006); and Perfidy: the Government Cabal that Knowingly Abandoned Our Prisoners of War (2008).

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EXPORTING POVERTY... we take MEXICO'S 38 million poor, illiterate, criminal and frequently pregnant

........ where can we send AMERICA'S poor?
The Mexican Invasion................................................
Mexico prefers to export its poor, not uplift them
March 30, 2006 edition

http://www.csmonitor.com/2006/0330/p09s02-coop.html

Mexico prefers to export its poor, not uplift them
At this week's summit, failed reforms under Fox should be the issue, not US actions.

By George W. Grayson WILLIAMSBURG, VA.

At the parleys this week with his US and Canadian counterparts in Canc├║n, Mexican President Vicente Fox will press for more opportunities for his countrymen north of the Rio Grande. Specifically, he will argue for additional visas for Mexicans to enter the United States and Canada, the expansion of guest-worker schemes, and the "regularization" of illegal immigrants who reside throughout the continent. In a recent interview with CNN, the Mexican chief executive excoriated as "undemocratic" the extension of a wall on the US-Mexico border and called for the "orderly, safe, and legal" northbound flow of Mexicans, many of whom come from his home state of Guanajuato. Mexican legislators share Mr. Fox's goals. Silvia Hern├índez Enriquez, head of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations for North America, recently emphasized that the solution to the "structural phenomenon" of unlawful migration lies not with "walls or militarization" but with "understanding, cooperation, and joint responsibility." Such rhetoric would be more convincing if Mexican officials were making a good faith effort to uplift the 50 percent of their 106 million people who live in poverty. To his credit, Fox's "Opportunities" initiative has improved slightly the plight of the poorest of the poor. Still, neither he nor Mexico's lawmakers have advanced measures that would spur sustained growth, improve the quality of the workforce, curb unemployment, and obviate the flight of Mexicans abroad. Indeed, Mexico's leaders have turned hypocrisy from an art form into an exact science as they shirk their obligations to fellow citizens, while decrying efforts by the US senators and representatives to crack down on illegal immigration at the border and the workplace. What are some examples of this failure of responsibility? · When oil revenues are excluded, Mexico raises the equivalent of only 9 percent of its gross domestic product in taxes - a figure roughly equivalent to that of Haiti and far below the level of major Latin American nations. Not only is Mexico's collection rate ridiculously low, its fiscal regime is riddled with loopholes and exemptions, giving rise to widespread evasion. Congress has rebuffed efforts to reform the system. Insufficient revenues mean that Mexico spends relatively little on two key elements of social mobility: Education commands just 5.3 percent of its GDP and healthcare only 6.10 percent, according to the World Bank's last comparative study. · A venal, "come-back-tomorrow" bureaucracy explains the 58 days it takes to open a business in Mexico compared with three days in Canada, five days in the US, nine days in Jamaica, and 27 days in Chile. Mexico's private sector estimates that 34 percent of the firms in the country made "extra official" payments to functionaries and legislators in 2004. These bribes totaled $11.2 billion and equaled 12 percent of GDP. · Transparency International, a nongovernmental organization, placed Mexico in a tie with Ghana, Panama, Peru, and Turkey for 65th among 158 countries surveyed for corruption. · Economic competition is constrained by the presence of inefficient, overstaffed state oil and electricity monopolies, as well as a small number of private corporations - closely linked to government big shots - that control telecommunications, television, food processing, transportation, construction, and cement. Politicians who talk about, much less propose, trust-busting measures are as rare as a snowfall in the Sonoran Desert. Geography, self-interests, and humanitarian concerns require North America's neighbors to cooperate on myriad issues, not the least of which is immigration. However, Mexico's power brokers have failed to make the difficult decisions necessary to use their nation's bountiful wealth to benefit the masses. Washington and Ottawa have every right to insist that Mexico's pampered elite act responsibly, rather than expecting US and Canadian taxpayers to shoulder burdens Mexico should assume.


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JOE LEGAL AMERICAN vs LA RAZA JOSE ILLEGAL: Joe Legal Still Gets the Tax Bills To Pay For the LA RAZA Welfare State!
Los Angeles County alone puts out (property taxes) $600 MILLION per year to illegals on welfare!
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MOST OF THE FORTUNE 500 ARE GENEROUS DONORS TO LA RAZA – THE MEXICAN FASCIST POLITICAL PARTY. THESE FIGURES ARE DATED. CNN CALCULATES THAT WAGES ARE DEPRESSED $300 - $400 BILLION PER YEAR!
“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
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Illegals make more than US workers
Joe Legal works in construction, has a Social Security Number and makes $25.00 per hour with taxes deducted.
Jose Illegal also works in construction, has NO Social Security Number, and gets paid $15.00 cash "under the table".
Ready? Now pay attention...
Joe Legal: $25.00 per hour x 40 hours = $1000.00 per week, or $52,000.00 per year. Now take 30% away for state and federal tax; Joe Legal now has $31,231.00.
Jose Illegal: $15.00 per hour x 40 hours = $600.00 per week, $31,200.00 per year. Jose Illegal pays no taxes. Jose Illegal now has $31,200.00.
Joe Legal pays medical and dental insurance with limited coverage for his family at $600.00 per month, or $7,200.00 per year. Joe Legal now has $24,031.00.
Jose Illegal has full medical and dental coverage through the state and local clinics at a cost of $0.00 per year. Jose Illegal still has $31,200.00.
Joe Legal makes too much money and is not eligible for food stamps or welfare. Joe Legal pays $500.00 per month for food, or $6,000.00 per year.. Joe Legal now has $18,031.00.
Jose Illegal has no documented income and is eligible for food stamps and welfare. Jose Illegal still has $31,200.00.
Joe Legal pays rent of $1,200.00 per month, or $14,400.00 per year. Joe Legal now has $9,631 .00.
Jose Illegal receives a $500.00 per month federal rent subsidy. Jose Illegal pays out that $500.00 per month, or $6,000.00 per year. Jose Illegal still has $ 31,200.00.
Jose Illegal receives a $280.00 per family member/ month federal CASH AID for four family members . Jose Illegal has $ 43,200.00.
Joe Legal pays $200.00 per month, or $2,400.00 for insurance. Joe Legal now has $7,231.00.
Jose Illegal says, "We don't need no stinkin' insurance!" and still has $ 43,200.00.
Joe Legal has to make his $7,231.00 stretch to pay utilities, gasoline, etc.
Jose Illegal has to make his $ 43,200.00. stretch to pay utilities, gasoline, and what he sends out of the country every month.."actually Jose illegal doesn't pay for most utilities in many states as he gets county assistance to pay the bills and his late fees"
Joe Legal now works overtime on Saturdays or gets a part time job after work. "and pays a higher tax rate if he earns above a certain amount"
Jose Illegal has nights and weekends off to enjoy with his family.
Joe Legal's and Jose Illegal's children both attend the same school. Joe Legal pays for his children's lunches while Jose Illegal's children get a government sponsored lunch. Jose Illegal's children have an after school ESL program. Joe Legal's children go home.
Joe Legal and Jose Illegal both enjoy the same police and fire services, but Joe paid for them and Jose did not pay.
…. AND THEN JOE LEGAL STILL GETS THE TAX BILL TO SUPPORT ALL THIS “CHEAP” MEXICAN LABOR, AND THE CRIME TIDAL WAVE THAT COMES WITH THE OCCUPATION!
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In Los Angeles 47% of those employed are illegals. What is it the rest of the state (which pays out $18 billion per year in social services to illegals)??? Look around you anywhere and see how many speak English? Know of any construction sites that have an American born tradesman that actually speaks English?
Working tirelessly for employers breaking the law by hiring illegals are: Feinstein, Boxer, Pelosi, Waxman, Eshoo, Lofgren, Farr, Baca, and La Raza candidate for governor, Antonio “Taco Runt” Villaraigosa.