Sunday, December 17, 2017


Theft Victim Furious That Jury Paid Illegal Alien Thief’s Fines

A Virginia homeowner was furious when a jury pooled donations to pay the court fines for an illegal alien convicted of stealing more than $5,000 worth of jewelry, a report says.

A jury convicted 19-year-old Sandra Mendez Ortega of robbing Lisa Copeland of her engagement and wedding rings when the convict was serving as a housemaid for the victim. Despite the conviction, the jury felt so sorry for the pregnant Ortega that they pooled their money to pay the $60 fine levied upon the perpetrator.
The victim in the case criticized the jury for its out-of-court donations, insisting that their actions made a mockery of the law.
“I just pray that they’re never in my shoes,” Copeland told the Washington Post.
Copeland went on to point out that the problem is not exactly the $80 in donations the jurors pooled but that the convict never apologized or showed any remorse for her crime. “If she had accepted accountability, I would be okay with all of this. The fact that she won’t accept accountability makes it wrong,” Copeland said.
Jury foreman Jeffrey Memmott defended their actions.
“The general sentiment was she was a victim, too,” Memmott insisted. “Two of the women [jurors] were crying because of how bad they felt. One lady pulled out a $20 bill, and just about everybody chipped in.”
Another juror exclaimed that they acted out of compassion. Even though they were compelled to convict the thief, Janice Woolridge added, “There’s also got to be some compassion somewhere. Young people make bad decisions. We just couldn’t pile on any more.”
The victim was outraged by the whole situation.
Copeland initially reported the theft of the rings to the Fairfax City police, whose investigation turned up nothing. But police said that after some time, Ortega returned the rings and apologized to them and, with their help, wrote a short note of apology.
But Copeland says that she was never shown any apology letter, and Ortega never apologized to her in person. The victim was also upset that the jury was never told that Ortega is an illegal alien, a fact prosecutors claimed “wasn’t relevant” because it had nothing directly to do with the theft of the jewelry.
“It really irritates me that she came here and committed a felony,” Copeland’s husband, Jeff, said. “People are coming here because there is opportunity here. But when they come here and commit crimes, that’s where you’ve got to draw the line.”
Copeland was also infuriated when members of the jury later confessed that they tried hard to find ways not to convict Ortega at all. Copeland insisted that the whole chain of events was never aired in court.
“The whole time she was telling the sob story,” she said. Copeland told the Post that after Ortega took the rings, “she lied to the cops, she lied to her employers. She didn’t turn in the rings, she made somebody else do it. She confessed but claimed that the rings were in the bathroom. And then she tried to blame her boss.”
Despite the fact that the rings were worth enough that the conviction was for felony theft, the softhearted jury decided against jail time and only recommended a $60 fine, which meant that their $80 in donations ended up giving the thief $20 extra after paying her inexpensive fine.
Unable to speak any English, Ortega thanked the jurors through an interpreter. “I became happy when I heard they wanted to give me that money,” the interpreter said Ortega told them. “Thank you very much to all of them; God bless them.”
Follow Warner Todd Huston on Twitter @warnerthuston.

By Frosty Wooldridge 
Mexicans cheat, distribute drugs, lie, forge documents, steal and kill as if it’s a normal way of life. For them, it is. Mexico’s civilization stands diametrically opposed to America’s culture.

The legal age of sexual consent in Mexico is 12 years old. Sex with children at this age and younger is socially acceptable in Mexico. For example: A Mexican Lopez-Mendez pleaded guilty to sexual assault on a 10 year old girl in West Virginia.

AMERICA'S OPEN BORDERS: Chain Immigration and the Democrat Party's Conspiracy to Flood the Nation With Unregistered Dems and Cheap Labor

The Fruit of Chain Migration
By Mark Krikorian
The Corner at National Review Online, December 12 ,2017

Sen. Tom Cotton asked on the floor of the Senate last week, “Shouldn’t we have an immigration system that focuses on the needs of America’s workers and economy, not one that gives out green cards by random chance?”

Yesterday’s bombing in New York highlights the importance of this question. Sure, without any immigration at all we’d still have frustrated losers to deal with, but they’d be our frustrated losers. We chose to add Bangladeshi jihadist Akayed Ullah to our stock of dirtbags through the ridiculous provisions of the federal immigration program.

Ullah came here on what amounts to a nephew visa – as the under-21 nephew of a naturalized citizen who sponsored his sibling (one of Ullah’s parents) for a green card. And Ullah’s uncle (or maybe aunt – we don’t know) only got here in the first place because he or she won the visa lottery.

So, we admitted a random person from Bangladesh without any meaningful consideration of his or her suitability or likelihood to contribute to the national good. And then, once a citizen, that person sponsored a sibling and that sibling’s spouse and children (including a then-20-year-old Akayed), again without any consideration of suitability or likelihood to benefit Americans. As my colleague Andrew Arthur wrote, “No investment in the United States, its systems of beliefs, or its institutions is necessary. Not even support for its economic success is a prerequisite for admission. The only tie and admission requirement is one of blood.” In other words, we leave it to yesterday’s immigrants to determine tomorrow’s immigration flow.

There was nothing in Ullah’s immigration backstory that we know of so far that was illegal. Nor is this necessarily a failure of vetting; Ullah and his family were no doubt checked against the usual terrorist databases. As another colleague, Jessica Vaughan, has written, “No matter how much we improve our vetting, the sheer momentum of chain migration-driven immigration from terror-afflicted parts of the world is itself a national security risk.”

Neither higher walls, nor more officers, nor better databases would have made any difference in this case. The problem is too much immigration, selected using flawed criteria.

Luckily, there are several measures before Congress to remedy this situation. The RAISE Act of senators Cotton and Perdue, Rep. Lamar Smith’s House companion Immigration in the National Interest Act, and Rep. Dave Brat’s American LAWs Act all would abolish the visa lottery and eliminate chain migration by limiting special family immigration rights only to spouses and minor (under age 18) children. The first two bills would also change the skills-based portion of our immigration program to better identify top talents.

The debate over a legitimate amnesty for the beneficiaries of Obama’s illegal DACA program should serve as an opening to finally end the visa lottery and chain migration. Let’s hope our representatives don’t squander the opportunity.

Data to Support Francis Cissna on Chain Migration
The press is gaslighting the American people
By Andrew R. Arthur
CIS Immigration Blog, December 14, 2017
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Additional gaslighting has occurred in recent days. Last week, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Director Francis Cissna wrote an opinion piece for The Hill captioned: "Break the chain and lose the lottery — America deserves a better immigration system." He stated:
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As if on cue, three days later, "Akayed Ullah, a 27-year-old Bangladeshi immigrant" allegedly carried out a terrorist attack in New York City. Newsweek reports:

According to DHS, Ullah — who authorities say set off a bomb in Times Square in what reportedly was an attack inspired by the Islamic State — obtained the F43 visa to come to the United States by being the son of an F41 visa recipient sponsored by a U.S. citizen sibling.

That is, he was a chain migrant.

Cissna appeared at the White House on December 12, 2017, to discuss the dangers posed by the visa lottery and chain migration. He concluded his prepared remarks with the following:
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The headline in The Hill from that press briefing? "Immigration Services chief: No data to support chain migration, terrorism connection."

Just to recap: On December 8, 2017, USCIS Director Francis Cissna wrote an opinion article in The Hill arguing that ending chain migration, among other steps, will lead to "a more secure homeland". Then, a chain migrant gets charged with an attempted terrorist attack in New York City. Next, Cissna takes to the White House Podium to discuss the national security dangers posed by aliens like that charged terrorist. Then, the press questions whether Cissna's initial theory is correct, and concludes that there is "no data" to support it, despite the aforementioned attack.
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Chain Migrant Charged with New York City Attack
By Andrew R. Arthur
CIS Immigration Blog, December 11, 2017
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These attacks demonstrate an illogical dysfunction at the heart of our immigration system. No connection whatsoever to the United States is necessary for a foreign national to apply for a visa through the visa lottery, and in fact that visa category exists primarily to benefit nationals of countries with low levels of immigration to America. And, respectfully, the nephew of a United States citizen (like Ullah) has only the most tangential of ties to this country before he arrives; even then that tie is only to the sponsoring aunt or uncle. No investment in the United States, its systems of beliefs, or its institutions is necessary. Not even support for its economic success is a prerequisite for admission. The only tie and admission requirement is one of blood.

In Anna Karenina, Leo Tolstoy wrote: "Happy families are all alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way." At this point, we know little about the family of Akayed Ullah, whether it was happy or unhappy (and if so in what way), or even whether the sponsoring aunt or uncle was disposed to the ultimate success of the United States. For immigration purposes, these facts are unimportant; the only factor that is important is the willingness of the sponsor to file the petition on behalf of the beneficiary, with the beneficiary's parent.

In a quarter century of immigration practice, I have concluded that a significant portion of the world's population, if given the chance, would immigrate to the United States. This nation has the ability to be selective in granting the benefits of immigrant status to those foreign nationals who will do the most to improve the lives of the American people (both U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents) and to benefit our economy. While it has that ability, however, the immigration laws of the United States are not written in such a way as to achieve those goals.
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Chain Migration: Burdensome and Obsolete
...And Sometimes Dangerous
By Jessica Vaughan
CIS Immigration Blog, December 11, 2017
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Approximately 90 percent of the immigrants from Bangladesh in the last decade have received green cards through sponsorship by a relative who immigrated earlier. Immigration from Bangladesh has risen noticeably over time; the number of immigrant visas issued to Bangladeshis was about 6,000 in 2000 and was about 12,000 in 2017. Further, there are now more than 175,000 citizens of Bangladesh on the immigrant visa waiting list, of whom just over 165,000 (94 percent) are waiting in the sibling/nephew/niece category.

For many years citizens of Bangladesh were leading participants in the annual Visa Lottery. By 2012, Bangladesh was disqualified based on high annual numbers of green cards awarded, but even without lottery green cards, immigration has continued to rise due to chain migration green card awards.

No matter how much we improve our vetting, the sheer momentum of chain migration-driven immigration from terror-afflicted parts of the world is itself a national security risk. Trying to screen this huge annual number of chain migration applicants is a significant burden on immigration and law enforcement agencies, and causes fiscal and economic problems to boot. Congress should modernize our immigration system by sharply trimming the obsolete chain migration categories, as recommended by the bipartisan U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform headed by late civil rights icon Barbara Jordan, and as required by several bills pending in Congress.
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Chain Migration: Compassionate Policy or Opening the Immigration Floodgates?
By Andrea Drusch
The Fresno Bee, December 11, 2017
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Immigrants’ rights groups say doing away with chain migration would radically change the nation’s immigration system and reduce the number of people of color coming into the country.

They push back on using the term chain migration, saying it tars a basic cornerstone of the current legal immigration structure: Allowing legal immigrants to bring their family members with them. Efforts to do away with that, they say, mask a greater goal of limiting overall immigration numbers from certain populations.

“This administration is using that term to avoid using the word family, because it sanitizes what is really an attack on families and the immigration system,” said Megan Essaheb, director of immigration advocacy for the group Asian Americans Advancing Justice.

“This, along with all of the [White House’s] other immigration policies, feel like an attack on immigrants and communities of color, and an attempt to keep the numbers of people of color down in the United States,” said Essaheb.
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Immigration Multipliers: Trends in Chain Migration


New immigrants brought an average of 3.45 relatives

Washington, D.C. (September 27, 2017) – A new report by the Center for Immigration Studies examines the scale of chain migration across different groups of immigrants and the impact on the size of the immigrant population arising from a possible amnesty of the beneficiaries of Deferred Action for Childhood arrivals (DACA). Chain migration – the sponsoring of relatives – is a major source of U.S. immigration, allowing in parents, spouses and their children, and adult sons and daughters.

Studies have found that recent new immigrants brought an average of 3.45 additional relatives to the United States, which is more than 30 percent higher than the chain migration rate of the early 1980s. The top four sending countries for immigrants overall had chain migration multipliers well above the average. Each new immigrant from Mexico eventually sponsored 6.38 relatives; China, 6.24; India, 5.11; Philippines, 5.07.

Jessica Vaughan, the Center's director of policy studies, said "Lawmakers must understand that without adjustments to chain migration categories, an amnesty for DACA beneficiaries virtually guarantees perhaps twice as many additional relatives will receive green cards within 20 years in addition to the original amnesty beneficiaries. The largest number of these would be the parents of the DACA recipients. Congress should mitigate this impact by eliminating and/or scaling back the three main categories of chain migration - parents, adult sons and daughters, and siblings of naturalized immigrants, and by curbing new immigration, such as the visa lottery."

View the entire report at:

Additional findings: 
  • Over the last 35 years, chain migration has exceeded new immigration. Out of 33 million immigrants admitted to the United States from 1981 to 2016, about 20 million were chain migration immigrants (61 percent).
  • Approximately 1,125,000 legal immigrants were approved for admission in 2016, which is about 7 percent higher than 2015, and one of the highest numbers in the last decade.

  • The largest categories of chain migration are spouses and parents of naturalized U.S. citizens, because admissions in these categories are unlimited by law.

  • Chain migration is contributing to the aging of the immigration stream. In the early 1980s, only about 17 percent of family migrants were age 50 or over. In recent years, about 21 percent of family migrants were age 50 or older — a rate that is 24 percent higher. This trend has implications for the fiscal consequences of immigration.

Study: DACA Amnesty Would Bring 1.4M Foreign Nationals to U.S., Trigger Never-Ending Chain Migration

Young immigrants and supporters gather for a rally in support of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) in Los Angeles, California on September 1, 2017. A decision is expected in coming days on whether US President Trump will end the program by his predecessor, former President Obama, on DACA which has protected some 800,000 undocumented immigrants, also known as Dreamers, since 2012. / AFP PHOTO / FREDERIC J. BROWN (Photo credit should read FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images)

An amnesty for nearly 800,000 illegal aliens shielded from deportation by an Obama-created temporary amnesty program may trigger a never-ending flood of chain migration starting with at least 1.4 million foreign nationals coming to the United States.

In new research, Center for Immigration Studies Director of Policy Jessica Vaughan found that should the hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens shielded by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program be given amnesty – as a few GOP-led bills would do – it would usher in at least 1.4 million legal immigrants coming to the U.S. through chain migration.
The current U.S. legal immigration system is primarily run off chain migration, where legal immigrants and newly naturalized citizens sponsor foreign family members to bring them to the U.S.
Vaughan and fellow researcher Preston Huennekens discovered that for the past 35 years, family-based chain migration has been the main source of legal immigration to the U.S.
“We found that over this 35-year period chain migration has always been a major share of total immigration, and averages out to about 60 percent of total immigration,” Vaughan wrote in the memo. “Out of a total of nearly 33 million immigrants admitted between 1981 and 2016, more than 20 million were chain migration immigrants (61 percent).”
Under an amnesty of DACA recipients, Vaughan’s research found that the nearly 800,000 illegal aliens would be able to immediately begin bringing in relatives within five years after the amnesty. Once those chain migrants come to the U.S., they too can then begin sponsoring more foreign family members after receiving a Green Card and U.S. citizenship.
Vaughan’s research found that even illegal alien siblings of DACA recipients, under an amnesty, could eventually become U.S. citizens.
“The illegally present siblings of naturalized DACA beneficiaries also could be sponsored for green cards,” Vaughan noted. “Under the current system, they would face an extended waiting list, likely 20 years or more, depending on their country of citizenship. In addition, they would be subject to the bar on admission after illegal presence, but potentially could find the same ways to get around it as the parents.”
Previous research on chain migration by Princeton University researchers Stacie Carr and Marta Tienda brings chain migration totals under a DACA amnesty to much higher levels, as Breitbart News reported.
Based on the Princeton research, the 618, 342 illegal aliens from Mexico who are covered by DACA would be able to bring upwards of four million additional relatives and family members to the U.S. in the years to come.
If the remaining estimated 180,000 DACA recipients brought in three family members each after being amnestied, it would result in additional 540,000 immigrants. Should the remaining 180,000 DACA recipients bring four family members each to the U.S., it would result in more than 700,000 new immigrants.
But if the remaining roughly 180,000 DACA recipients were to bring the same number of family members as Mexican DACA recipients are expected to bring to the U.S., it would result in nearly 1.2 million more legal family-based immigrants coming to the country.
Vaughan’s research also concluded what impact Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) and Sen. David Perdue’s (R-GA) RAISE Act would have on chain migration. Under the RAISE Act – endorsed by President Trump – legal immigration would be cut in half to benefit U.S. workers, while also transforming the chain migration legal immigration system into one where only high-skilled immigrants who meet specific requirements are able to obtain Green Cards.
“If the RAISE Act becomes law, it would reduce the chain migration impact of a DACA amnesty,” Vaughan concludes. “The siblings of DACA amnesty beneficiaries would no longer qualify for green cards based on their family relationship, but some might qualify under the merit category, particularly any who have attended college here.”
“The admission of the DACA parents would not likely be affected in a significant way,” Vaughan continues. “Presumably these parents would be able to qualify for the long-term residency visas as easily as they qualify for green cards under the present system. They will not be able to work legally, but that is unlikely to be a deterrent to their application. Many are working here illegally already and probably would continue doing so. Others are at or approaching retirement age and might drop out of the workforce. However, under the RAISE Act provisions, the sponsored parents would not be able to sponsor additional family members, as they would not have green cards or a path to citizenship, except through the merit category.”
In order to stop the never-ending chain migration that a DACA amnesty would cause, Vaughan has recommended that Congress “eliminate entire categories of immigrant visas and green cards that are now reserved for the extended family members of prior immigrants (siblings and adult sons and daughters), and thus facilitate chain migration.”
These two categories amount to 85,000 legal immigrants entering the U.S. every year, or roughly 8.5 percent of all legal immigration.
Vaughan additionally recommended eliminating the visa lottery, where 50,000 legal immigrants are allowed to enter the U.S. every year. By eliminating all of these family-based immigration categories, Vaughan concluded that it would cut legal immigration by over 13 percent.
John Binder is a reporter for Breitbart News. Follow him on Twitter at @JxhnBinder


it is hardly lost on any legal that there is NO wall, NO e-verify and NO enforcement. Talk is cheap and that is all Trump's immigration policies are CHEAP TALK

Like It or Hate It, Trump’s Immigration Enforcement is Failing

By Nolan Rappaport, December 14, 2017

Trump destroyed this magnet with tough campaign rhetoric and his Executive Order, Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States, which greatly expanded enforcement priorities. No deportable alien is safe under President Trump’s enforcement policies.

In April 2017, CBP reported a sharp decline in the number of aliens apprehended along the Southwest border, and in the number of aliens who were found inadmissible at ports of entry.

But border security just keeps new aliens from entering the country illegally. It does not reduce the population of undocumented aliens who are in the country already, and this is where Trump’s enforcement program is failing.

Trump's New Homeland Security Chief Fits Right in, Unfortunately

By Raul A. Reyes, December 15, 2017

Nielsen stated that the U.S. needs a wall along our southern border with Mexico to “stem the tide of illegal crossings.” But illegal border crossings are down, report the New York Times and other outlets, and this is backed up by data from the government itself. Customs and Border Patrol statistics show that, for fiscal year 2017, there were a total of 310,531 apprehensions of unauthorized migrants — the lowest level in 17 years.

Of course, Nielsen works for a president who shows little regard for Hispanic issues, and who favors restrictions on both illegal and legal immigration. No one expected her to be an advocate for immigrants. Yet she previously expressed support for a legislative fix to the plight of the DREAMers, and had worked in the past with George W. Bush officials who supported immigration reforms. It seemed fair to hope that she could have brought a more realistic perspective to Homeland Security.

Now, just days into her new position, Nielsen appears to be comfortable conflating undocumented immigrants with crime — a link that is not supported by research.


"During the same month that Schlafly had backed Trump for his “America First”


agenda, Nielsen’s committee released an ideologically-globalist report, promoting


the European migrant crisis as a win for big business who would profit greatly


from a never-ending stream of cheap, foreign migrants."






CITY, WORSENS BY THE DAY….        Approximates the great depression



93% of the murders in Los Angeles are by Mexicans

Trump promises Wall Street, the Plundering U.S. Chamber of Corporate Fascist, Mexico and voting illegals:
But isn’t that already the La Raza Supremacy Democrat’s agenda???

THE WAR ON AMERICA’S MIDDLE-CLASS waged by D.C., U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the La Raza Fascist Party and Mexico!

The Washington-imposed economic policy of mass-immigration floods the market with foreign labor and spikes profits and Wall Street values by cutting salaries for manual and skilled labor offered by blue-collar and white-collar employees. It also drives up real estate priceswidens wealth-gaps, reduces high-tech investment, increases state and local tax burdens, hurts kids’ schools and college education, pushes Americans away from high-tech careers, and sidelines at least 5 million marginalized Americans and their families, including many who are now struggling with OPIOID ADDICTIONS opioid addictions. NEIL MUNRO


Morals of Malinalco — Build the Wall! Close the Anchor Baby Loophole!

By Allan Wall, December 16, 2017

Mexicans are returning to Mexico, partially because of President Trump, but also as part of a trend occurring even before he was elected. On December 1, the Los Angeles Times ran three simultaneous articles (called chapters) by Kate Linthicum, all covering the return of Mexicans to the central Mexican town of Malinalco. Taken together, these three articles show us the problems already caused by decades of mass illegal immigration, the problems faced by Mexican illegals going back, and what we should do to maintain American sovereignty in the future.
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We can draw four major conclusions from this series of articles.

* Mexicans don’t emigrate the United States for “freedom” or to become Americans. They don’t feel oppressed in Mexico and want to stay Mexican. They just want more money.

* Decades of permitting these mass migrations of Mexicans into America causes problems on both sides of the border. It provides incentives for Mexicans to do dangerous things, separate families, and abandon their home rather than solve the problems in their own country.

* It’s no injustice to send Mexicans back to their own country. Going back presents them with challenges, but challenges they can overcome. The border region is dangerous. The sooner it is secured the better. Build that wall!

* Our insane Anchor Baby loophole absolutely must be plugged, as soon as possible. Practically everybody in Mexico knows about it and tries to have their children become American citizens—not because they want them to be “American,” but because of the benefits conferred. This makes enforcement of immigration law that much more difficult.









“Through love of having children we're going to take over." Augustin Cebada, Information Minister of Brown Berets, militant para-military soldiers of Aztlan shouting at U.S. citizens at an Independence Day rally in Los Angeles, 7/4/96

The cost of the Dream Act is far bigger than the Democrats or their media allies admit. Instead of covering 690,000 younger illegals now enrolled in former President Barack Obama’s 2012 “DACA” amnesty, the Dream Act would legalize at least 3.3 million illegals, according to a pro-immigration group, the Migration Policy Institute.”


"La Voz de Aztlan has produced a video in honor of the millions of babies that have been born as US citizens to Mexican undocumented parents. These babies are destined to transform America. The nativist CNN reporter Lou Dobbs estimates that there are over 200,000 (dated) "Anchor Babies" born every year whereas George Putnam, a radio reporter, says the figure is closer to 300,000 (dated) . La Voz de Aztlan believes that the number is aproximately 500,000 (dated)  "Anchor Babies" born every year."


In the state of California, of which Los Angeles is a large part, most payouts to illegals go first to educate them, and then to jail them after they commit crimes, and then to pay for their medical care as they clog up emergency rooms and help themselves to Medi-Cal benefits from funds they never paid into.  Welfare itself rates a distant fourth.  




XAVIER BECERRA and the rise of Mexican fascism in the LA RAZA welfare state that was California



Europe falls to the Muslims as America did to the invading Mexicans!














“Mexicans abhor education. In their country, illiteracy dominates. As they arrive in our country, only 9.6 percent of fourth generation Mexicans earn a high school diploma. Mexico does not promote educational values. This makes them the least educated of any Americans or immigrants. The rate of illiteracy in Mexico stands at 63 percent." FROSTY WOOLDRIDGE

“Third-generation Latinos are more often disconnected — that is, they neither attend school nor find employment.” Kay S. Hymowitz 




That really build a nation? Or just generate “cheap” labor for fast food operations?

 REMITTANCES ….. are only part of Mexico’s looting… and billions for anchor  baby breeders, billions for heroin sales and then do the numbers!

Mexicans abroad sent home nearly $2.4 billion in transfers in November, 24.7 percent higher than a year earlier, marking their fastest pace of expansion since March 2006, according to Mexican central bank data on Monday…


Nearly One Million Sex Crimes Committed by Illegal Immigrants In The United States.

“According to the Centers for Immigration Studies, April '11, at least 70% of Mexican illegal alien families receive some type of welfare in the US!!!”

So when cities across the country declare that they will NOT be sanctuary, guess where ALL the illegals, criminals, gang members fleeing ICE will go???? straight to your welcoming city. So ironically the people fighting for sanctuary city status, may have an unprecedented crime wave to deal with along with the additional expense.
$17 Billion dollars a year is spent for education for the American-born children of illegal aliens, known as anchor babies.
$12 Billion dollars a year is spent on primary and secondary school education for children here illegally and they cannot speak a word of English.
$22 billion is spent on (AFDC) welfare to illegal aliens each year.
$2.2 Billion dollars a year is spent on food assistance programs such as (SNAP) food stamps, WIC, and free school lunches for illegal aliens.
$3 Million Dollars a DAY is spent to incarcerate illegal aliens.
30% percent of all Federal Prison inmates are illegal aliens. Does not include local jails and State Prisons.
2012 illegal aliens sent home $62 BILLION in remittances back to their countries of origin. This is why Mexico is getting involved in our politics.
$200 Billion Dollars a year in suppressed American wages are caused by the illegal aliens.
Nearly One Million Sex Crimes Committed by Illegal Immigrants In The United States.

"If the racist "Sensenbrenner Legislation" passes the US Senate, there is no doubt that a massive civil disobedience movement will emerge. Eventually labor union power can merge with the immigrant civil rights and "Immigrant Sanctuary" movements to enable us to either form a new political party or to do heavy duty reforming of the existing Democratic Party. The next and final steps would follow and that is to elect our own governors of all the states within Aztlan." 


THE HORDES OF ILLEGALS KEEP COMING…. Despite America’s jobs, housing and Mexican crime tidal wave.

"If the racist "Sensenbrenner Legislation" passes the US Senate, there is no doubt that a massive civil disobedience movement will emerge. Eventually labor union power can merge with the immigrant civil rights and "Immigrant Sanctuary" movements to enable us to either form a new political party or to do heavy duty reforming of the existing Democratic Party. The next and final steps would follow and that is to elect our own governors of all the states within Aztlan."