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Friday, July 02, 2010

The Shadows Behind Illegal Immigration

This an excerpt of part of a Back to Basics' article by American Grams: The illegal immigration issue is all over the news these days, with most of the mainstream media only reporting on the protests and how people who have not even read the bill are claiming it is misguided, potentially causes racial profiling, and may violate civil rights. Some have even claimed they are already experiencing racial profiling because of the new law – too bad they didn’t understand the law doesn’t take affect for another 60-90 days! All the negative media attention, but one has to wonder why keeping Arizona’s border open is so important to the federal government.

The whole racial profiling and civil rights violations are the smoke and mirrors to what is really going on behind the issue. . . . these people are being used by our government and the Mexican government to further their own agenda. They cannot close the border to these people because they create the cover, the diversion, that they can play upon to gain support from the American people.

. . . Based on the actions and lack of action by the federal government, it makes a strong statement that the federal government DOES NOT WANT THE SOUTHERN BORDER SECURE. Further, for some reason the Arizona-Mexico border seems to be the gateway to whatever is happening in the shadows of the illegal immigration issue.

An open border allows anyone and anything to be brought into the country. It not only allows those poor, unfortunate Mexican families into the country, but a whole lot of other, potentially dangerous people and criminals as well. Drugs and weapons can be smuggled through these lawless borders. In the past this has raised concern over the security of our country and threats by terrorists.

A 2005 Congressional Research Service report for Congress warned, “The number of people entering the country illegally between POE, and the concomitant proliferation of human and drug smuggling networks, can present risks to national security due to the ever-present threat of terrorism. Terrorists and terrorist organizations could leverage these illicit networks to smuggle a person or weapon of mass destruction into the United States, while the large number of aliens attempting to enter the country illegally could potentially provide cover for the terrorists. Additionally, the proceeds from these smuggling networks could potentially be used to finance terrorism.” . . .

According to the Department of Homeland Security’s 2008 Yearbook of Immigration Studies, from the Office of Immigration Statistics, federal law enforcement agencies detained 791,568 deportable aliens in fiscal year 2008 – and 5,506 of them were from 14 “special-interest countries.”  The State Department lists the following as “special-interest countries”: Afghanistan, Algeria, Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, Nigeria, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Somalia and Yemen.   The following “special-interest countries” are listed as sponsors of terror: Cuba, Sudan, Syria and Iran.

How many anti-Americans have crossed the border and are living in the United States?  How many Mexicans who believe the southern states of the U.S. rightfully belong to Mexico have joined the ranks of the illegals?  If some group wanted to wage a revolution against the United States, could they do it from within our own borders?  That is a thought that has been haunting me for over 10 years.  But the border is porous in the other direction as well.  What might be leaving the country?  Who might we be arming in a war against the United States, both militarily as well as financially?  . . .

Arizona’s border seems to be the focal point and of international interest.  Why would the President apologize to China for Arizona’s immigration law?  Is China directly affected by this law?  Why is the Mexican President so offended by the Arizona immigration law, which is mild compared to the Mexican immigration laws? Why is the United Nations condemning Arizona’s law, but has not made the same statements against the US Federal immigration law? Why is the US Federal government failing to respond to the outcry from Arizona demanding they fulfill their responsibilities to the citizens and secure the border?  Is there a shadow organization participating in illegal activities moving freely through the Arizona-Mexican border?  Who’s behind those shadows? . . .  [The Full Article]

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