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14 Replies to “On the current immigration debacle in the USA”

  1. Hello there…..its me again…….Don Laird……

    Brilliant post Vlad, simply brilliant.

    Once again, Bill Whittle finds a motherloade of hypocrisy within the democrat septic tank.

    “Limousine Leftist”………a real keeper!!!!!

    Thanks again Vlad,

    Regards, Don Laird
    Dogtown Bastard
    Alberta, Canada

  2. Mombasa: Muslim businessman accused of terror links killed (BBC, July 12, 2014)
    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-28278606

    “Two gunmen have shot dead a prominent Muslim businessman facing terrorism charges in the Kenyan city of Mombasa. Mohamed Shahid Butt was driving back from the airport on Friday evening when his car was blocked by another vehicle and two gunmen opened fire.

    Mr Butt was due to appear in court next month charged with funding the radicalisation of Muslim youth. On the coast near Mombasa there has been a string of killings of people associated with Islamic extremism….”

  3. Libyan rival militias clash near Tripoli airport (BBC, July 13, 2014)
    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-28282288

    “Fighting has broken out between rival militias near the international airport in the Libyan capital, Tripoli. Anti-Islamist rebels from the Zintan region who control the airport have been attacked by a rival group trying to take over the area.

    Flights to and from the airport have been suspended amid reports of heavy explosions and gunfire. Zintan fighters have been resisting Islamist attempts to grab power since the ousting of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011.

    They took control of the airport and surrounding areas, 30km (18 miles) south of Tripoli, shortly after the colonel’s 42-year-rule came to an end. It is not clear who the attacking rebels are, but Libyan media report they call themselves the Stability and Security Force….”

  4. Hassan Mohammed death: Tajwar Alam charged with Southend murder (BBC, July 13, 2014)
    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-essex-28281968

    “A student has been charged with murdering a 24-year-old man who was stabbed in Essex. Hassan Mohammed, from Camberwell in south London, was stabbed twice in York Road, Southend, on 7 July.

    Post-mortem tests showed he died from blood loss after two stab wounds. Tajwar Alam, 18, of Sleaford Road in Tottenham, had been charged with his murder and possessing a bladed instrument. He will appear before Southend magistrates on Monday.

    A youth of 17, from north London, is also due to appear in court charged with firearms offences and possessing cannabis with intent to supply. A second 17-year-old, from Southend, currently remains in custody at the town’s police station.”

  5. 11 Afghan Security Force Members Killed in Attacks (abcnews, July 13, 2014)
    http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/nato-troops-wounded-afghan-suicide-attack-24539465

    “Insurgent attacks across Afghanistan have killed 11 Afghan security force members, authorities said Sunday, as a suicide car bomb attack wounded three NATO troops.

    The deadliest attacks happened overnight in Afghanistan’s eastern Laghman province, when insurgents raided Afghan police and army checkpoints in Aliangar district, said Sarhadi Zwak spokesman for the provincial governor. Zwak said the dead from the assault included six police officers and one soldier, while security forces killed 15 insurgents.

    In the western province of Herat, insurgents attacked a police checkpoint early Sunday morning, killing one police officer, said Raouf Ahmadi, a spokesman for the provincial police chief. He said officers killed four insurgents in the assault in Shindand district.

    An attack late Friday on another checkpoint in the district killed three police officers, he said.

    Meanwhile in eastern Nangarhar province, authorities say a suicide car bomber wounded three NATO troops in an attack Saturday night in the province’s Behsud district. NATO said the attacker was killed and there were no other fatalities.

    The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack.

    The violence comes during the Taliban’s annual spring offensive. They are trying to undermine the Western-backed government as foreign combat troops prepare to withdraw by the end of the year.”

  6. Over at WeaselZippers, a commenter posted a few paragraphs to a story (sans link) suggesting a formal agreement was reached between nations regarding this sudden migration to the US. This is the closest I could come up with for the actual story as presented from a conservative perspective . . .Act of War on America – Mexico and Guatemala Sign Agreement to Fast-Track Invasion of U.S.

    Further searching provided this link to a story from a Mexican source (report in Spanish and English)

    El Universal: International crossings were ordered to increase the development

    El Universal includes a video report by Natalia Gomez with edited segments of a taped interview of the ex-Prime Minister of Greece, Georgios A. Papandreou.

    According to Wiki, Papandreou was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota and was educated in both US and Canada and states:

    In December 2003 European Voice shortlisted him for nomination of the Europeans of the Year award as “Diplomat of the Year”,[5][6] naming him as “The Bridge-Builder” and quoting Le Monde that dubbed him the “architect of Greek-Turkish rapprochement”.[7]

    In January 2006, Papandreou was unanimously elected President of the Socialist International.
    Transcript of the edited video interview:

    It is absolutely necessary to sit down and cooperate and compromise to see how we can deal with the root causes but also how we can help these people because they are human beings.

    This is where we need to appeal to the United States that the question of migrants, for example, the question of child migrants should not become a football, a polarized game between the two parts.

    [break]****Natalia Gomez reports in Spanish

    Pressures of people wanting to find freedom, jobs, security. One of the big issues of our times is the huge inequality. We have a huge concentration of wealth in the hands of a few people.

    Just to say that one percent of the total population controls fifty percent of the global wealth is just one.

    The sense that people want to find a better life.

    I think that we need to appeal to the United States to look at this in a humane way and to – not to – push for repatration but reunification with the families is the basic goal.

    We do need to respect borders. Borders are there to protect human beings, not to exclude human beings. So, yes, we do need to respect borders. We need to control borders. We need to control. But at the same time we also need to realize that we need to deal with the real problem of these people. They have a problem.

    One suggestion is that work together in the region through cooperation. Not through blame. Not through creating new walls – people will find ways to move around it or create more suffering. We have to work together.

    [break]*****Natalia Gomez reports in Spanish

    We have to work together so we can have a comprehensive policy to begin addressing the root problem, the transit and also the integration , the systematic integration of migrants into our societies in a positive way.

    The money that goes to building walls on borders is huge. Rather than doing that, lets invest that in development, in aid, to find jobs, to help the social situation of the migrants.

  7. Mexico and the nations further south are using the illegal immigration as a safety valve, the encourage their poor to head to the US to relieve the financial border on their 0wn social welfare system.

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