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Posted 09 July 2014 - 07:50 PM

the political activists once had this song as "the migration song", and we still have this song;



this is more than a marching song;


this is directly related to one of the most important issues in north america.




in the following postings of this thread we may discuss this most important issue.


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Posted 09 July 2014 - 08:12 PM

Posted 23 June 2014 - 05:28 PM

[[ ethnic cleansing is not in donbass only - there is also ethnic cleansing in north america ]]

Mass Graves .. of Migrants Uncovered in Texas

By Tom Dart, Guardian UK

22 June 14


Scientists have spent days exhuming the remains of unidentified migrants from a cemetery in Falfurrias, Texas

rsn-T.jpghe most perilous part of the journey for many migrants seeking to enter the United States from central America comes not when they are on their way to the Texas border, but once they have passed it.

Falfurrias, with a population about 5,000, is 75 miles north of the border along Interstate 69-C, the main gateway to central Texas. Situated amid ranch land and an hour’s drive from the nearest big city, it might be a relatively uneventful place – were it not for its detention centre and the immigration checkpoint about 15 miles south.

Smugglers drive the immigrants near the checkpoint then let them out, to find their way around it on foot through a thorny terrain of private ranches in temperatures that often exceed 100F in summer. Some get lost and fall ill and here their journeys end, dying somewhere in the mostly-shadeless expanse of nearly 1,000 square miles that makes up Brooks County.

Despite a dramatic rise in the number of unaccompanied children trying to cross the Rio Grande river into Texas, the overall number of US border patrol apprehensions – one indicator of the flow of illegal immigration – is vastly down compared with the figures from a decade ago.

But the number of migrants found dead on ranches north of the Texas border appears to have risen in recent years. Last year 87 bodies were discovered, and 129 in 2012. Many are still unidentified.

This month, for the second successive year, scientists and students from Baylor University and the University of Indianapolis spent days exhuming the remains of unidentified migrants from a cemetery in Falfurrias. They found mass graves with remains in rubbish bags, shopping bags, or even not in containers at all, according to the Corpus Christi Caller-Times.

In one case, a single body bag contained the bones of three people.

“To me it’s just as shocking as the mass grave that you would picture in your head, and it’s just as disrespectful,” Dr Krista Latham, a forensic anthropologist at the University of Indianapolis, told the Caller-Times.

Eddie Canales, an activist with the South Texas Human Rights Center, believes the deaths are in part a consequence of the US government’s push to tighten up the border, which he says has led migrants to attempt riskier paths in their efforts to evade detection and encouraged them to pay smugglers who often have links to criminal gangs.

Canales is working with local ranchers to place 20 water stations in about a dozen locations, hoping migrants will come across them and be able to avoid the deadly consequences of severe dehydration.

“More people are getting lost,” he told the Guardian. “Migration is down but the deaths are increasing.

“Because of the policy to apprehend as many as you can, you’re forcing people to cross into areas that are very dangerous … we’re letting migrants support the cartel business of smuggling.”

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Posted 09 July 2014 - 08:37 PM

before we continue with more information about migration, we may allow ourselves to see what is a funeral marching band.



that is it, many cultures have marching bands at funerals and this is one from mexico.


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Posted 09 July 2014 - 08:42 PM

this is a boring but very informative video about "defered action" this is one of the issues related to migration.



watch and listen


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Posted 09 July 2014 - 08:54 PM

migration is human and migration is also on television.



i do not have a direct translation for this program.




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Posted 09 July 2014 - 09:02 PM

it is time to introduce our new migration marching song ::::


remember our old somg;



this is the newer better version ;;; newer because it is newer.

but is it better ??? actually it is because it is easier to understand.


however --- as music the old song was better.

but the new song style answers the question on the issues;

we must face the issues.


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Posted 09 July 2014 - 09:05 PM

oh yes; i almost forgot;

the new migration marching band song;

the style of this song answers the issue.


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Posted 09 July 2014 - 09:11 PM

these pictures are easy to understand,



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Posted 09 July 2014 - 09:35 PM

Children on the Run: U.S. Detains Thousands of Young Migrants Seeking Safety, Family Reunification


Sonia Nazario, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author of Enrique’s Journey: The Story of a Boy’s Dangerous Odyssey to Reunite with His Mother.

Jose Luis Zelaya, fled his home in Honduras at the age of 13 in search of his mother. He traveled unaccompanied through Central America and finally reached Houston, Texas, four months later. He’s currently a Ph.D. student a Texas A&M in the Department of Education. Zelaya is part of the Council for Minority Student Affairs at Texas A&M and a member of the immigrant rights group United We Dream.

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U.S. Customs and Border Protection reports over 47,000 unaccompanied children have been detained so far this year after crossing the border, almost double the number for all of 2013 and almost five times the number from 2009. President Obama has described the situation as a "humanitarian crisis." Some of the children have been detained in shocking conditions. Over 1,000 children are reportedly being held at a warehouse in Nogales, Arizona, some sleeping in plastic containers. We speak to Jose Luis Zelaya, who fled Honduras in 2000 at the age of 13 in search of his mother. He traveled unaccompanied through Central America and finally reached Texas four months later. Zelaya is now a Ph.D. student at Texas A&M in the Department of Education. We also speak to Sonia Nazario in Los Angeles, California. She is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author of "Enrique’s Journey: The Story of a Boy’s Dangerous Odyssey to Reunite with His Mother."


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AMY GOODMAN: A coalition of immigration and civil rights groups has filed a complaint alleging widespread and systemic abuse of migrant children by U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Organizations including the National Immigrant Justice Center and the ACLU say they’re acting on behalf of over 100 unaccompanied children mistreated by border agents after crossing into the United States. So far in 2014, U.S. Customs and Border Protection reports over 47,000 unaccompanied children have been detained after crossing the border, almost double the number for all of 2013, almost five times the number from 2009. President Obama has described the situation as a "humanitarian crisis."

A number of the children have been detained in shocking conditions. Over a thousand children are reportedly being held at a warehouse in Nogales, Arizona, some sleeping in plastic containers. On Thursday, The Washington Post posted video showing makeshift holding areas for detained migrants at the McAllen, Texas, Border Patrol station. The video shows dozens of women and children sprawled on concrete floors.

Earlier this week, Democracy Now!’s Nermeen Shaikh and I spoke to two guests about the plight of these migrant children. In Houston, Jose Luis Zelaya, who fled Honduras in 2000 at the age of 13 in search of his mother—he traveled unaccompanied through Central America and finally reached Texas four months later. Zelaya is now a Ph.D. student at Texas A&M in the Department of Education, part of the Council for Minority Student Affairs at Texas A&M and a member of the immigrant rights group United We Dream.

We also spoke to Sonia Nazario in Los Angeles. She is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, author of Enrique’s Journey: The Story of a Boy’s Dangerous Odyssey to Reunite with His Mother. I started by asking Sonia Nazario about the number of migrant children being warehoused in United States right now.


NERMEEN SHAIKH: And, Sonia Nazario, you’ve actually characterized this problem as a refugee crisis. What do you think the federal government should be doing to cope with these numbers of children migrants coming to the U.S.?

SONIA NAZARIO: Well, this surge, as it’s called, really started in 2011. We’ve seen over the last three years a tenfold increase in the number of children coming here unaccompanied, unlawfully and being placed in federal custody. And that doesn’t even count the Mexican children, nearly 20,000 of those additionally, who are deported within 24 or 48 hours. These are mostly children from Central America, from Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, and there’s just been this enormous surge. Last month, in one day, we saw a thousand children placed in federal custody, and, on average, 400 children are arriving every single day. And again, the federal government has seen itself completely unprepared for this surge, which, you know, two years ago we had a surge, and they opened Lackland Air Force Base for a couple of months and got caught with their pants down, and now again we’re seeing the same problem.



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Posted 09 July 2014 - 09:53 PM

Migrants Flow in South Texas


MEXICO CITY — Faced with an unprecedented surge of child migrants from Central America that is overwhelming shelters and jails in Texas and Arizona, the United States has begun pushing for stronger regional cooperation to arrest the flow and enable the children’s safe return.

Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. arrives Friday in Guatemala to meet with the presidents of that country and of El Salvador, as well as senior officials from Honduras and Mexico, to help highlight warnings about the dangers of crossing Mexico and the United States border, as well as the futility of trying to obtain legal status without a proper visa. Mr. Biden also plans to announce ways to better address the crime rattling the nations that is contributing to the exodus.



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Both issues have long made for complicated, and at times tense, relations between the United States, Mexico and Central America, and Mr. Biden’s visit puts the matter front and center. The countries largely blame the United States for failing to revamp laws to better regulate migration and for the drug trade that has stoked the violence on their streets.

Ahead of the meeting, President Obama called President Enrique Peña Nieto of Mexico on Thursday afternoon “to discuss the urgent humanitarian issue,” according to a White House statement, “and welcomed the opportunity to work in close cooperation with Mexico to develop concrete proposals to address the root causes of unlawful migration from Central America. He also discussed the United States and Mexico’s shared responsibility for promoting security in both countries and in the region.”

From October to June 15, 52,000 unaccompanied children were caught at the American border with Mexico border, twice the number for the same period in the previous year. Migration from Central America has been rising as young people seek to escape gang and other violence, but the sudden spike has been attributed in part to rumors that the United States would grant leniency to those who cross the border.


Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador and Mexico, while expressing sympathy for the plight of the children, until now have treated the migration with far less urgency and have focused their diplomatic efforts on pushing for better conditions for the detained children, rather than on halting the flow in the first place.

The Honduran foreign minister, Mireya Agüero de Corrales, this week suggested minors from her country should be granted special status to stay in the United States with family members on humanitarian grounds, even as the Obama administration has tried to dispel any notion that would occur.

The president of Guatemala, too, renewed a call that had already been rejected for Guatemalans in the United States without proper visas to be granted “temporary protected status” allowing them to live and work.

Mexico, declaring that migration problems are a matter of “shared responsibility” with neighboring countries, has not unveiled any new initiative to halt the notoriously free flow of migrants across its southern border or to address the hundreds of people who openly stow away on a crime-ridden freight train known as “La Bestia,” or the Beast.


“There is a sense the problem is really terrible and shameful, but there is not much of sense they are going to do much new,” said Eric Olson, associate director of the Latin America program at the Woodrow Wilson Center, who is in Honduras researching the American approach to public security in the region.

While corruption and spotty, lackluster efforts at law enforcement and border control have not helped, the countries tend to view the violence that is propelling people north as a byproduct of American drug consumption, with multinational trafficking organizations using their countries as staging grounds and transit points for the illegal drugs that Americans demand.

In addition, Central American nations lament that economic development assistance has taken a back seat to immigration. They also denounce the emphasis on deportation, saying it results in the return of street gang members who then resume their acts of terror against law-abiding citizens in some of the poorest countries in the hemisphere.

It is not clear what new aid the United States might provide the countries to curb the violence or improve economic conditions. In general the approach has been trade agreements and limited economic programs that have not lifted vast numbers of people out of poverty. And the United States lately has been eschewing short-term, get-tough strategies that put soldiers on the streets, instead favoring crime prevention programs and training sessions for the police, prosecutors and judges in an effort to shore up weak institutions.

About $642 million has been designated for anti-crime aid to the region since 2008 under a program known as CARSI, for the Central American Regional Security Initiative, but congressional overseers have given the program mixed reports and said its successes are difficult to measure.

“Although Congress first appropriated funding for CARSI nearly six years ago, little information is available about the results of the initiative thus far,” said a report from the Congressional Research Service in May. “U.S. agencies reportedly monitor and report on CARSI through internal channels, but they have not publicly released the metrics used to assess the initiative’s performance.”

Héctor Silva Avalos, a former Salvadoran diplomat and now a scholar at American University who is studying the migration crisis, said CARSI had failed to stem violence or put a dent in the flow of drugs. That, he said, has caused El Salvador and Guatemala to consider or propose unorthodox approaches to reducing violence.

A gang truce that began two years ago in El Salvador with the government’s support initially helped reduce the number of murders, but the truce has since crumbled and violence is rising again there.

In Guatemala, President Otto Pérez Molina has suggested legalizing narcotics as an alternative, but he has not taken steps toward such a move, and some analysts believe he is raising the prospect to pressure American officials to fully restore military aid suspended decades ago during the country’s civil war.


“Because of frustration with the circumstances, Central America has felt more empowered to talk back,” Mr. Avalos said. “It is good for politics there, but not really for policy.”

Honduras, the most violent of the nations and the source of a great number of the migrants, has proposed a militarized approach to fighting crime, but the United States, while still working closely with certain police units, has balked at some of the steps taken by the country’s new president.

The United States stopped its assistance in tracking drug planes with radar after Honduras adopted a law allowing its forces to shoot down suspect civilian aircraft, a tactic that violates the terms of American foreign assistance. The United States has also threatened to withdraw help to repair Honduras’s fighter jets.

The United States temporarily halted drug aid for four months in 2012 after the Honduran military shot down two civilian planes.

President Juan Orlando Hernández of Honduras has rebuked the United States for its position. In a sign of the tensions the matter has provoked, he is attending the World Cup in Brazil and plans to skip the meeting of the other nations and Mr. Biden in Guatemala.

“Either you are helping us or you are not going to continue to do so, but it is good to know,” Mr. Hernández said at a police ceremony in March, with the American ambassador seated before him. He went on to thank countries for helping the effort to curtail the violence, but said “clearly some should be helping more than others.”

Mr. Olson, the Latin America expert, said, “Right now in Honduras in a lot of ways the U.S. and Honduras are not on the same page when it comes to public security.”

The United States has continued to assist in intercepting boats in Honduras, which officials say carry 80 to 90 percent of the drugs into the country. And Honduras has found other ways to support its military approach: it has bought radar from Israel and Mr. Hernandez has sought agreements with Brazil to repair its air force jets.

“They may see us a small, they may see us as poor but we are people with dignity who are going to press forward no matter the cost,” Mr. Hernández said at the police ceremony.



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Posted 09 July 2014 - 10:13 PM

this article does not seem to relate; but it is about similar situations, if president obama decides to regard migrant children in the same way as he regards russian children; what is next.


Obama justifies killing civilians,including children, in eastern Ukraine

08.07.2014 | Source:Pravda.Ru



On Monday, July 6, U.S. President Barack Obama, in a conversation with his French counterpart Francois Hollande, supported the punitive operation in eastern Ukraine, justifying it with the unwillingness of defenders of people's republics to surrender to the Kiev authorities. Obama urged Russia to assist in the implementation of the ceasefire plan, RIA Novosti reports.

However, Obama and Russian Hollande ignored statements from Russia, who said that Russia was not a party to the Ukrainian domestic conflict. Yet again, the West accused Moscow of supporting militias in eastern Ukraine.

In the absence of any significant effort from separatists to participate in negotiations and observe ceasefire, Obama stated that the USA respected the responsibility of the Ukrainian government to maintain public order in the country and protect the population.

The leaders also agreed that Russia's responsibility was to stop destabilizing actions - for example, to prevent the transit of weapons and fighters across the borderб to stop the build-up of its own military forces near the border and put an end to the ongoing direct and indirect support for the separatists, who chose the path of violence, the statement from the White House said.

The presidents if the USA and France agreed that the United States and Europe must take further coordinated action to force Russia to pay the price if she does not take immediate steps to de-escalate the situation," concluded the White House.




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Posted 09 July 2014 - 10:36 PM

Pro-Amnesty Activists Burn, Rip and Trample American Flag on Independence Day
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Yesterday in Murrieta California the tensions reached a new level as pro-amnesty activists took to desecrating the American flag, and several protesters were quoted as shouting, "F*ck America."

Earlier in the week it was reported that anti-illegal immigration protesters gathered to try to stop busloads of illegal immigrants being dumped into their area:

Anti-immigration protesters impeded the arrival of several buses transporting undocumented immigrants into a US Border Patrol station in Murrieta, California on Tuesday, some 60 miles north of San Diego.

The arrival of the group of Central American families had been decried by Murrieta's mayor, Alan Long, who alleged that the group of immigrants, adults with their children numbering about 140 people, represented a public safety threat to the community.

Noted concerns included the legitimate possibility of infectious diseases making way into the community.

These are simply concerned citizens taking advantage of their First Amendment rights.

This quickly drew the ire of amnesty supporters who have also gathered to protest in Murrieta. Yesterday, those protests hit a new level of disgust as amnesty supporters used profanity, burned at least one American flag and shredded several more. Here are a couple of pictures via Breitbart.com:



Breitbart News obtained the above photograph, which shows a burnt flag on the ground, from an anti-illegal immigration activist who was monitoring the pro-amnesty demonstration.



In addition, Breitbart News obtained photographs of torn-up flags that pro-amnesty demonstrators had impaled on a fence.

When witnessing such atrocities it is even harder to swallow being characterized as a "domestic terrorist" or "right-wing extremist" by my own government. Yet, it is those who actually care about the future of America that are being painted as villains. Those who seek to tear her down are welcomed with open arms.

I believe in free speech and I will use my own right to it to say exactly what I believe about those who would sink to such levels.

These are spoiled ingrates who think that America owes them something. America did not become great because of people like this. To the contrary, this country is being torn down because of people like this. They have a criminal mentality and are supporting the criminals who are coming here illegally over the law-abiding citizens, who are trying to look out for all of us.


They are frankly too stupid to see it.

They are brainwashed and they are the epitome of the term "useful idiot."

You only need to read this quote from the Breitbart article to realize where these people are coming from and what the opposition is truly made of:

Bonnie Lewis, an anti-immigration activist, told Breitbart News that she saw one of the pro-amnesty activists dragging an American flag on the ground.

"I said: 'Hey, don't do that.' He said: 'That's where it belongs,'" she said.

Another anti-illegal immigration activist said that pro-amnesty demonstrators called her a "f***ing whore" in Spanish, and shouted, "F*** America!"

This is the kind of trash we are dealing with in America, and they are multiplying. I'm sure that many of those protesters aren't even legal. If they are then many have obviously not bothered to learn the language. They have no idea what the true price of liberty is and they have no idea what that flag means to us. They don't understand 238 years of history that were celebrated yesterday.

Thank God for good people like Bonnie Lewis who have the guts to stand up for the truth. This is not about a humanitarian effort. This is about fighting against a deliberately contrived event that is aimed at the further crippling of America.

We can not afford to give up.

We will find a way.

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Posted 09 July 2014 - 10:42 PM

Glenn Beck to Bring Soccer Balls, Teddy Bears and Hot Meals to Illegal Immigrants in Texas
GlennBeck_pointing-600x420-150x90.jpg Glenn Beck seems to be reaching out more and more toward the "moderate" mainstream movement of the increasingly politically correct and spineless Republican Party. He seems to be embracing the bleeding heart liberals and moderates as well in an obvious attempt to grow his audience. He seems to have figured out that there is more money in embracing the […]

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Glenn Beck seems to be reaching out more and more toward the "moderate" mainstream movement of the increasingly politically correct and spineless Republican Party. He seems to be embracing the bleeding heart liberals and moderates as well in an obvious attempt to grow his audience. He seems to have figured out that there is more money in embracing the clueless masses than in standing tall with the Liberty Movement. Don't forget that he was stood against everything that happening at the Bundy Ranch as well. When the spotlight is on he will create controversy. That is who Beck is. So once again, Beck is doing what he is best at and garnering publicity for himself.


There is no such thing as bad PR, right Glenn?

So long as people are talking, your brand will grow.

That is simple marketing.

Are these illegal immigrant children victims in a political chess match?

There is no doubt they are. However, where is Mr. Beck when homeless kids are starving in the streets of every major city in the U.S., every single day? Where is he when the spotlight is not on?

You judge a man's character by what he does when no one is watching and when people are watching you must take it all with a grain of salt. The truth is that Beck will likely gain viewers from this public spectacle, rather than lose them.

Nevertheless, in typical Beck-fashion, he has decided to act like he is putting his career on the line, as countless bleeding hearts line up to support him. The Blaze reports:

Glenn Beck on Tuesday announced that he will be bringing tractor-trailers full of food, water, teddy bears and soccer balls to McAllen, Texas on July 19 as a way to help care for some of the roughly 60,000 underage refugees who have crossed into America illegally in 2014.

Beck said he will be joined by Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah), Congressman Louie Gohmert (R-Texas), and a number of pastors and rabbis.

"Through no fault of their own, they are caught in political crossfire," Beck said of the children. "And while we continue to put pressure on Washington and change its course of lawlessness, we must also help. It is not either, or. It is both. We have to be active in the political game, and we must open our hearts."

Beck said that "everybody" told him not to talk about other controversial issues, like the caliphate, in the past, and that he is hearing the same thing about his stance that we must care for the children who have crossed into America illegally.

"Everybody is telling me I'm seeing subscriptions down; I'm seeing Mercury One donations down," Beck said, growing emotional. "I'm getting violent emails from people who say I've 'betrayed the Republic.' Whatever. I've never taken a position more deadly to my career than this — and I have never, ever taken a position that is more right than this."

Isn't that special? It seems Gohmert and Lee are all about the spotlight as well. They will secure more of those "middle of the road" votes in the process.

The truth is that they are all playing the game called "politics."

It is the hypocrisy that is shameful. Where are these men when the soup kitchen opens in your home town each morning? What did they do to actually stop this from happening in the first place?

How about you shove those soccer balls where the sun doesn't shine and think about my kids and the kids of so many American families that are hurting?

No one is laying out the red carpet or making a grand spectacle of our plight.

These kids are human beings and if I thought that these people were seeking to help them for the right reasons I might bite my tongue, but I can't.

We are just seeing more posturing that will serve an agenda. They can convince themselves that they are doing the right thing, for the right reasons, all they want. But someone needs to call out that disillusionment.

Where are you when the children of American citizens need help?

We can not afford these kids and the much more charitable thing for you to do would be to put them on a bus and take them home.

What is really happening here is that more and more political players are using this "humanitarian" angle to drive the country further and further toward acceptance of amnesty and socialist policies. This is not much different than Obama parading kids out after Sandy Hook and using them as pawns to pull at our heartstrings. I would bet that Mike Lee, Louie Gohmert and Glenn Beck were all critical of that production.

Now the shoe is on the other foot.

Don't listen to what they say.

Watch what they do.

Just for the record, I am a big fan of both Gohmert and Lee. I think they are two of our top 15, or so, in Washington. I also appreciate the tremendous contributions of Beck when he is on our side. But in this case I think all three are sending the wrong message.

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Posted 09 July 2014 - 10:59 PM

Everywhere you look, America is under severe stress.


"Escort Services for Unaccompanied Alien Children."


Aside from all the scandals and current and past controversies involving the Obama presidency, we have yet another one that is sure to do tremendous damage to America.


The illegal alien crisis that appears to have been planned is fomenting additional chaos in an already overburdened system.


I say that it appears to have been planned because way back in January of this year, the federal government advertised for "Escort Services for Unaccompanied Alien Children." Why did they do that?

How would the government know that six months later, they would need those services unless this crisis is simply another manufactured situation where the rights of Americans are being eradicated or ignored and where additional stress can create more havoc on the system?

America has been called the great Melting Pot and that's always been a rather accurate portrayal of a country that doesn't like to turn people away. However, America has always insisted that those who want to be here (and were not born here of parents who already had the right to be here) jump through a few hoops. Not least of which is making sure you have no criminal background and you're not carrying a disease that could easily spread to the rest of the population.

These rules have been tossed aside with the current tragic turn of events. While the government wants us to focus on the alien "children" that are coming to America, they don't want us to consider the fact that something has obviously been set up.

What parent(s) would allow their young child to go to America unaccompanied by an adult? What parent would seem to not care whether or not any safety features were put in place for their children as they traveled among the coyotes (human and animal), lack of water, extreme heat, and lack of food to get to a place of possibilities?

Heck, we're not even talking about the potential physical harm that can take place against these children. I don't hear anyone talking about the lack of parenting here. All I hear is that America must have compassion.

The problem is that something is really screwed up. With the revelation of the federal government having advertised for escorts, it tells us that the government obviously knew the situation was going to occur, either because they planned it or allowed it.

There are only two reasons that the federal would create/allow a situation like this to occur. First, the federal government wants to turn red states blue. Not all of the illegal aliens entering this country are children (though that group is what the media is focusing on primarily). Many are adults with obvious connections to gangs. Many could easily be part of drug cartels there and sent here to expand operations into the United States. Other adults walking across the border may be other types of criminals or even terrorists. We have no way of knowing because the federal government is not doing its job.

It's job? Yes, it's job. If you look at Article 1, Section 8 of the Constitution, it clearly tasks Congress with, among other things, working to "repel invasions" against America. What we have is just that happening. We are experiencing a foreign invasion of well over 300,000 individuals (as of July 5th, when President Obama went golfing at Andrews Airforce Base) with that number growing on a daily basis.

With all of the adults entering this country illegally, who will they vote for during elections? Democrats and those on the left because they will remind these illegals that being in America was made possible by the party that enslaves.

Second, the other goal is to overburden America's system. These illegal aliens walking into America are bringing with them potential pandemics. Scabies, drug-resistant TB and other diseases have already spread to Border Patrol agents. The diseases will continue to spread as they are transmitted from person to person.

This will cause tremendous burdens on our healthcare system. If you consider the additional fact that the federal government is spending $256 per day per illegal alien (that adds up to a staggering nearly $100,000 per year!), that only means that the economic situation in America continues to worsen.

How does allowing hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens into this country help America? It doesn't. How does this same situation help minorities like blacks and others who are here legally, want to work, but cannot find jobs? It doesn't.

I just finished reading Edward Klein's book, "Blood Feud - the Clintons vs. the Obamas" where the author quotes Valerie Jarrett who - while speaking to President Obama - tells him in no uncertain terms he needed to get back to being the president that helps the poor and the middle class. She said this months ago according to Klein.

I cannot think of a situation where Mr. Obama has even once done something that has turned out to help the poor or middle class. When the federal government is run by leftists, all they know how to do is spend money and create more entitlement programs. These programs do not help people become independent thinkers or people who care about how to extricate themselves off the welfare roles.


Entitlement programs reinforce the victim mentality. This is not to say that it should not be available for people who truly need help from time to time. It means that it should never be used so that it becomes a generational substitute for hard work.

Proverbs 30:7-9 says this:

Two things I ask of you, Lord;

do not refuse me before I die:

Keep falsehood and lies far from me;

give me neither poverty nor riches,

but give me only my daily bread.

Otherwise, I may have too much and disown you

and say, ‘Who is the Lord?’

Or I may become poor and steal,

and so dishonor the name of my God.

The left has done nothing to engender that type of thinking or responsibility. They teach people to put and keep their hands outstretched, then teach those same people to demand the government fill it.

As it continues with increasing numbers, this country will buckle under that weight and that, my friends, is what the left is hoping will happen.

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Posted 09 July 2014 - 11:13 PM

Obama Civilian Security Force Takes Control of Immigrant Internment Camps


: “Abide By Brown Shirts Law
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In the run up to the 2008 Presidential election Barack Obama promised he would work to implement a domestic security force which would rival that of the U.S. military. It was an idea heavily criticized by his opponents because of fears that such an organization would bear similarity to World War II era spying groups that policed the citizens of Nazi Germany.


Many dubbed Obama’s proposed force the “Brown Shirts,” a term often used to describe a Nazi assault force and one that has repeatedly been associated with extremist nationalists for their unwavering willingness to take and execute orders without question or contemplation. Brown shirt brigades were tasked with, among other things, arresting dissidents, silencing criticism and wholesale executions of those who could not be reeducated.

For the majority, the notion that such a force would be assembled in the United States was nothing but another conspiracy originating from the lunatic right wing. But in October of 2012 the Department of Homeland Security quietly graduated their first corp of civilian responders under the new program. And since then it is likely that thousands more have been trained and deployed across the country to be called upon in the event of an emergency.

And if there were ever an emergency that required a military level response in the United States, many believe it is happening right now on the Southern border as hundreds of thousands of migrants make their way illegally into America. Because of the sheer number of people heading to the U.S. and the complete failure, whether by chance or by design, of the Obama administration to secure the border, America is now faced with housing, feeding, clothing and providing medical care for more people than it was prepared to handle.

In response, rather than deploy Homeland Security or the National Guard to stop the migration at its source, the Administration has instead set up makeshift internment camps, some of which put scores of people in a room the size of a studio apartment. As a result, disease has spread and civilian emergency personnel have been tasked with providing care.

But among the doctors and caregivers is also a private security force that has been hired to keep the peace. And according to several people working inside the camps, the security groups have turned their attention not towards keeping peace between the migrants, but rather, at keeping the goings on of the facilities completely secret from the general public.

According to the unnamed source, who could not provide video documentation of these events because cell phones are not allowed in the facility, the security force is reportedly calling itself the “Brown Shirts.” The insider says they have been given orders to arrest anyone speaking to the public or using cell phones, and have implemented what is being referred to as “Brown Shirts Law.”

“There were several of us who wanted to talk about the camps, but the agents made it clear we would be arrested,” a psychiatric counselor told me.

“We were under orders not to say anything.”

The sources say security forces called themselves the “Brown Shirts.”

“It was a very submissive atmosphere,” the counselor said.


“Once you stepped onto the grounds, you abided by their laws – the Brown Shirt laws.”

She said the workers were stripped of their cellphones and other communication devices. Anyone caught with a phone was immediately fired.

“Everyone was paranoid,” she said. “The children had more rights than the workers.”

She said children in the camp had measles, scabies, chicken pox and strep throat as well as mental and emotional issues.

Fox News via Drudge

The U.S. Government has spent billions of dollars preparing a wide variety of protocols to respond to domestic emergencies. In addition to the Brown Shirt security teams currently in operation at migrant internment camps, the government has also stockpiled billions of rounds of ammunition, rifles, riot gear, armored vehicles, military drones and is believed to have set up hundreds of detention camps around the country in anticipation of events ranging from widespread civil unrest to natural disasters.

In the event of an emergency, the President, having authorized himself by Executive Doomsday Order, will have access to military assets, law enforcement, homeland security, and now a civilian policing force that is, apparently, ready to perform its job without questioning their complicity in covering up the spread of disease and who knows what else.

FEMA camps, believed to exist as a last resort in case the government has to round up and detain tens of thousands of people under a martial law declaration, will require very similar logistics as the existing migrant internment camps.

Now we know that, should you ever reside in a detention camp, there will be no information making its way in or out unless the message has been officially approved for dissemination. Anyone who fails to follow the rules and abide by Brown Shirts Law could have their career destroyed, be arrested or worse yet, charged under terrorism laws that, as the Brown Shirts of old may have referred to it, allow for a “final solution.”

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Posted 09 July 2014 - 11:26 PM

So, its okay for Jews to migrate to the Palestine and kick out the Palestinians?


Anyway, this has been all over the news.  We're probably just going to deport their asses.  They may have a right to migrate, but we have the right to maintain our borders and kick them out.


I'm thinking that minefields might be a part of future border security....and wolf packs.


Once they start getting tossed back the border and later blown up and eaten, those kids may get second thoughts about migrating here.

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Posted 09 July 2014 - 11:36 PM

Gringos, get off of Mexican land.

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Posted 09 July 2014 - 11:59 PM

hey mandrake ::::


White House press secretary Josh Earnest took a harder line on the tens of thousands of illegal alien children streaming across the border than the Department of Homeland Security secretary did on Sunday, saying "most" of the children will likely eventually be deported.

“Bottom line though is that the law will be enforced and what that means is, it means that these children who have been apprehended will go through the immigration court process. And if they are found to not have a legal basis for remaining in the country, they will be returned,” said during Monday’s White House press briefing.

“It’s unlikely that most of the kids who go through this process will qualify for humanitarian relief, which is to say that most of them will not be found through that court process to have a legal basis to remain in this country,” he added. 


On Sunday, Department of Homeland Security Sec. Jeh Johnson would not offer a direct answer on whether or not the unaccompanied minors would be deported.


“There is a deportation proceeding that is commenced against illegal migrants, including children. We are looking at ways to create additional options for dealing with the children in particular, consistent with our laws and our values,” Johnson said on Meet the Press.

Although saying most children would be deported, Earnest stressed the need for the children to have due process, noting that each case will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

“Based on what we know about these cases, it is unlikely that most of these kids will qualify for humanitarian relief,” Earnest explained. “And what that means is they will not have a legal basis for remaining in this country and will be returned.” 

Earnest was not however able to answer to how many of the illegal immigrants who are released with a notice to appear actually return to appear before an immigration court. Reports have indicated that number is very small.  

“I think what the number would illustrate — if I had it in front of me — it would illustrate that the court system is not operating as efficiently as we would like it to particularly in light of the recent surge at the southwest border,” he said.

Since October more than 52,000 unaccompanied minors have been apprehended illegally entering the United States — the vast majority of the children are from Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala.

According to Earnest, however, the administration expects most of the children will not have a legal basis for remaining and will therefore be sent home. 

When asked why the administration believes it will be able to send more illegal immigrant children back to their home counties when it has not done so in the past, Earnest responded that the surge of resources for the crisis — such as immigration judges and lawyers — will assist in that process. 

“We will be able to add capacity to the system that will allow these claims to be processed more efficiently,” he said. 

Earnest added that the White House is not concerned with the “optics” of President Obama not visiting the border during his trip to Texas for fundraisers. Instead stressing the need to pass immigration reform.







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Posted 10 July 2014 - 12:19 AM

Child migrants: 'I didn't belong to anybody'
Harold Haig was among thousands of child migrants who were deported to Australia and subjected to horrific physical and sexual abuse. A new film depicts their plight
Harold Haig, who was sent to Australia when he was 10. Photograph: Graham Turner for the Guardian

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