MULTI- CULTURALISM? IN MEXIFORNIA WE HAVE ONLY LA RAZA SUPREMACY!
January 26, 2012
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.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Immigration agents say they have arrested 286 people in California in what authorities call the biggest such crackdown yet in state communities.
The major sweep announced Friday was aimed at rounding up suspected illegal immigrants with criminal records.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement says more than 400 agents and local law enforcement officers conducted a three-day search.
ICE chief John Morton said in August the agency's fugitive operations teams would focus increasingly on finding immigrants with criminal records.
The study, based on a survey of more than 1,200 Latinos ages 16 to 25 and an analysis of census data, presents a portrait of the assimilation of a rapidly growing segment of the U.S. population, one that will have a significant effect on the nation's politics and economics in coming years. Young Latinos make up 18% of all young people in the nation and 42% in California.
About one-third of young Latinos are immigrants, but two-thirds are born in the U.S. Many are the children of immigrants who began arriving in the U.S. in 1965.
"If you want to understand what America is going to be like in the 21st century, you need to have understanding of how today's young Latinos, most of whom are not immigrants, will grow up," said Paul Taylor, director of the Pew Hispanic Center. "Never before in this nation's history has a minority ethnic group made up so large a share of the youngest Americans."
That could raise concerns in some areas. About one-quarter of all young Latinas have a child by age 19, a rate higher than whites, Asians and blacks. About 17% of Latinos drop out of school -- nearly double the rate among blacks. And about 23% of young Latinos live in poverty -- higher than whites but lower than blacks.
But over time, Latinos gain more education -- those born in the U.S. are less likely to leave high school than those in the first generation, according to the study. The U.S.-born are also less likely than foreign-born young Latinos to be employed in construction, food preparation or other low-skilled jobs. They are also more proficient in English and less likely to live in poverty.
However, those born in the U.S. are more likely to have gang ties or be incarcerated, according to the study.
The findings also raise questions about identity. More than half of the young people identify themselves first by their family's native country. Among those born in the U.S., 33% say they are American first, and 41% identify themselves by their parents' homeland.
"They are growing up in households where the immigrant experience is a very recent experience," said Mark Hugo Lopez, associate director of the Pew Hispanic Center.
The raids, which involved helicopters and canine units, occurred at 50 locations in the cities of Madera, Los Banos, Livingston, Merced, Atwater and Dos Palos as part of the Operation Red Zone crackdown, Harris said.
It was aimed at "ruthless" and "lethal" gang leaders associated with Nuestra Familia, which was started at Folsom State Prison in 1968 and continues to be run out of the state prison system, Harris said. Nuestra Familia controls most of the Nortenos street gangs in Central California and has ties to Mexican drug cartels, according to law enforcement officials.
Growing gang violence in the Central Valley has threatened small farm communities and spawned efforts to keep young people from being recruited.
"Their conduct was terrorizing this community," Harris said at a news conference with other law enforcement officials in Los Banos, "and by extension, their conduct was bleeding through the whole state of California."
Agents from 16 local, state and federal agencies seized more than a dozen firearms, including five assault rifles; methamphetamine; marijuana plants; crack cocaine; and more than $64,000 in cash in the sweeps, authorities said.
Law enforcement officials conceded that the arrests may provoke rival gangs to expand and noted that such sweeps in the past have driven the violence from one community to another.
The operation began in August 2010 when state law enforcement officials discovered that members of Nuestra Familia, largely driven out of Salinas in earlier sweeps, had set up shop in Madera, Merced and other Central Valley cities.
Four in 10 homicides in California are gang-related, Harris said. Those cases also account for 80% of the state's effort to relocate witnesses whose lives are in danger because of their cooperation with law enforcement, she said.
The sweeps this week brought the total number of arrests in the operation to 101 and stemmed from surveillance by the attorney general's Fresno Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement, which tracked the daily movements of suspected gang leaders, Harris said. Among those arrested were two senior Nuestra Familia regiment commanders, she said.
Why do Americans still protect the illegals??
http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=53103 Did you know illegals kill 12 Americans a day?
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/bloggers/1738432/posts FBI Crime Statistics - Crimes committed by illegals.
Heather Mac Donald
Some of the most violent criminals at large today are illegal aliens. Yet in cities where the crime these aliens commit is highest, the police cannot use the most obvious tool to apprehend them: their immigration status. In Los Angeles, for example, dozens of members of a ruthless Salvadoran prison gang have sneaked back into town after having been deported for such crimes as murder, assault with a deadly weapon, and drug trafficking. Police officers know who they are and know that their mere presence in the country is a felony. Yet should a cop arrest an illegal gangbanger for felonious reentry, it is he who will be treated as a criminal, for violating the LAPD’s rule against enforcing immigration law.
The LAPD’s ban on immigration enforcement mirrors bans in immigrant-saturated cities around the country, from New York and Chicago to San Diego, Austin, and Houston. These “sanctuary
policies” generally prohibit city employees, including the cops, from reporting immigration violations to federal authorities.
75 GANG LEADERS ARRESTED IN LA RAZA INFESTED CA CENTRAL VALLEY!
DO YOU REALLY WANT AMNESTY AND EVEN MORE LA RAZA SUPREMACY?
IT DOESN'T MUCH MATTER, YOUR JOB WILL GO TO AN ILLEGAL AND THEN YOU WILL GET THE TAX BILLS FOR THEIR WELFARE AND PRISON COSTS!