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Deporting illegal aliens 'unrealistic'

 

Washington, DC, Sep. 10 (UPI) -- The country's top border-security official said deporting illegal aliens en masse is "not realistic" and that Americans lack the political will to uproot them.

 

"It's not realistic to say we're going to reduce that number," Homeland Security Undersecretary for Border and Transportation Security Asa Hutchinson told the Washington Times of the 8 million to 12 million illegal aliens estimated to reside in the United States. "We don't set goals like that. Our goal is to enforce the law as we see violations of the law. ...what the fuck part of fucking illegal in illeagal alien does he not fucking understand!!!! FUCK!!!!! being here is a violation

 

"I don't think America has the will. I think they have too much compassion to tell our law-enforcement people to go out there and uproot those 8 million here -- some of whom might have been here eight or 12 years, who got kids here that are American citizens -- and to send them out of the country."

 

Hutchinson also said that U.S. taxpayers "might be afraid" to learn how much it would cost to succeed in such an effort.

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A major threat to homeland security that has lurked uneasily in the back of America's public consciousness burst into the news last month when the FBI issued a bulletin to the Mexican media and border-area law enforcement to be on the lookout for a suspected al Qaeda terror cell leader who might be trying to sneak into the United States along immigrant smuggling routes.  

I'm sure many people had the same reaction I did to the news about "armed and dangerous" terrorism suspect Adnan G. El Shukrijumah: an aggravated lack of surprise. After all, how could our notoriously porous border not be a conduit for terrorists? Why wouldn't those seeking to attack America be tempted to join the hundreds of thousands already illegally entering from Mexico?

Money talks if you're trying to cross the border, and if there's one thing we've learned from the accounts of the 19 hijackers of September 11th, it's that they are well financed.

 

Recent news reports focusing on border security concerns are a welcome development for those of us who have been pushing the issue for years. Watchdog groups have sneaked fake weapons of mass destruction over the border to illustrate America's vulnerability. A Tucson TV station has filmed evidence collected by a rancher who lives near the border, including Muslim prayer blankets and diaries written in Arabic. The Border Patrol has released data, excerpted nearby, on how many "Other Than Mexican" (OTM) foreign nationals were apprehended in just a nine-month period on the southern border. It's a genuinely frightening list, particularly when you remember that despite their best efforts, the agents catch fewer migrants than they miss.

 

Most of these people are typical illegal aliens in search of freedom, economic opportunity and a better way of life. But they're still breaking the law. And if even a tiny fraction are terrorists, we now know the potential for destructive attacks can be enormous.

 

That's why, as chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee's Subcommittee on Terrorism, Technology and Homeland Security, and a member of the Subcommittee on Immigration, I have worked hard to educate senators from states that don't share our "front line" problems about this reality. We have provided significant increases in personnel and resources, including raising the Border Patrol force from 4,000 in 1996 to around 11,000 today, adding Customs inspectors, and providing "force mulipliers" like lighting projects, night-vision goggles and truck-sized X-ray machines. I also helped secure $2.3 million for the Nogales Cyberport project, a collaborative federal, state, and local effort to bring state-of-the-art infrastructure to the Mariposa Port of entry in Nogales.

 

Much more needs to be done. In March of last year, I chaired a hearing on the need for infrastructure and technology improvements at the border. The following day, Sen. John McCain and I brought DHS Undersecretary for Border and Transportation Security Asa Hutchinson on a tour of southern Arizona.

 

We visited the busy ports of entry at San Luis and Nogales, the vast lands of the Tohono O'odham Nation and National Park Service that are heavily traversed by illegal immigrants and drug smugglers, as well as the expansive property of a cattle rancher whose land has been virtually overrun.

 

Meanwhile, other groups have raised their usual objections of "fear-mongering" and, in the words of one member of Congress, "using terrorism... to divide the community." One wonders what they will say if a future attack is traced back to someone who came over the border illegally. Foreign nationals from countries with significant terrorist operations apprehended at the US-Mexican border between 10/2/03 and 6/30/04: Afghanistan, 8 Indonesia, 13, Iran, 7, Iraq, 5, Jordan, 9, Pakistan, 19, Philippines, 37, Saudi Arabia, 6, Syria, 5. Source: U.S. Border Patrol

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Terrorism At the Southern Gates

September 7, 2004

By Alan Caruba

 

In July, Defense Watch reported that, in Arizona, an area called the Naco Strip has become a primary route of illegal entry by "significant numbers of Arab-speaking males."

 

It took a small town weekly newspaper, the Tombstone Tumbleweed, to reveal that, "males of possible Syrian and Iranian descent have been detained in the past few weeks." Since October 1, 2003, 5,510 illegal aliens designated "Other Than Mexican" (OTM) have been apprehended while crossing the Arizona terrain. These OTM's are not here to pick vegetables, mow lawns, pluck chickens, or wash cars.

 

Just do the math. If only five Muslim terrorists crossed the border every day for a year that would add up to 1,825 people ready to do the bidding of Osama bin Laden. If this has been going on for just the years since 9-11, that's an army of 5,475. Then, too, there are an estimated 2.9 million Muslims in America.

 

Extremists, worldwide, are estimated to be about ten percent of the overall population. Applied to the US, that represents a potential 290,000 American Muslims sympathetic to the Islamist cause. No matter how you slice and dice the numbers, it suggests that a substantial threat exists and is exacerbated by the failure to stop terrorists at our borders.

 

They constitute a virtual army of terrorists who, if not apprehended, could create a day of havoc from coast to coast when al Qaeda gives the signal. When that day comes, remember that you read about it here first.

 

Or, as some argue, there's no proof that any al Qaeda operatives have crossed the border. If, however, any were captured, normal counter-terrorism procedures would be to deny this and seek to extract information from those in custody.

 

The 9-11 operatives were here thanks to sloppy immigration procedures and, in the case of illegal aliens, the estimates are that eight to twelve million live among us. That is a huge margin for error.

 

The topic the Bush administration wants to stay away from until after November 2, Election Day is immigration. Some have called the Bush administration immigration policies "schizophrenic", but they are not. They are globalist, i.e., the views of someone for whom national borders should be regarded as outmoded while we all join hands in one big, global neighborhood.

 

One can understand the "schizophrenic" label, given the hue and cry about Bush's so-called unilateralism and willingness "to go it alone", but this is the same administration that supports a variety of policies that are globalist, most of which come straight out of the United Nations. The way civics is taught in our schools today is designed to create generations of globalists for whom our national sovereignty and the Bill of Rights are just a bunch of 18th century "ideas."

 

There are a number of problems with this see-no-evil immigration policy. On August 10, Jerry Seper of the Washington Times, reported that, under President Bush's guest-worker program, "Millions of illegal aliens in the United States would be free from arrest and deportation, have access to tax-deferred savings accounts and Social Security credits, and get unrestricted travel to and from their home countries." This constitutes a massive dollar transfer to Mexico.

 

Homeland Security Undersecretary, Asa Hutchinson, responsible for the nation's borders and transportation security, has apparently lost his senses. In a recently reported response to questions from the Senate Judiciary Committee, Hutchinson supported the Bush immigration policies while acknowledging that the "incentives" being offered illegal aliens are generous to a fault.

 

The National Border Patrol Council that represents 10,000 of the non-supervisory agents called the guest-worker plan a "slap in the face to anyone who has ever tried to enforce the immigration laws of the United States."

 

In January 2004, the Mexican government acknowledged that the number of their people entering the US illegally had increased 66% from 1990 to 2002. Naturally, Mexico's president, Vicente Fox, wants Bush to grant de facto amnesty to an estimated eight to eleven million illegal aliens already working in the United States, the majority of whom are Mexican. Amnesty and any other program of this nature is simply a reward for breaking the laws of the United States of America. There are even some voices suggesting they should be given the right to vote!

 

One little discussed cost of the open door policy being pursued by the Bush administration is the increase in the cost of law enforcement where illegal aliens gather in numbers. Right now, according to Seper, "About 80,000 illegal criminal aliens, including convicted murders, rapists, drug dealers, and child molesters who served prison time and were releases, are loose on the streets of America, hiding from federal immigration authorities."

 

They don't have to hide that hard. According the figures for 2002 from the former Immigration and Naturalization Service and from US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, more than 375,000 known illegal aliens have been ordered deported, but have disappeared pending immigration hearings. Lee Boyd Malvo, the sniper who terrorized the Washington, DC area, was one of them.

 

Recently, Brazil agreed to step up the policing of the Triple Border Area with Paraguay and Argentina. According to a Washington Times editorial, "It has long been identified as a fund-raising, training and procurement haven for diverse terrorist groups, including al Qaeda and Hezbollah." The ease with which terrorists could be infiltrated into the US from these South American strongholds cannot be underestimated.

 

When the facts are examined, there are few good reasons to permit the massive daily influx of Mexicans and other illegal aliens, but there is one very good reason to shut it down completely.

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We cant get rid of them now! Walmart has spanish poluting the airwaves in thier stores and everything you buy you have look twice at to find the english side! Line the boarders with .50 cals and use em' for target practice on anyone crossing the boarders and that includes canadians! I blame the scumbag Americans who bring them in for cheap labor. They should be deported as well!
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We cant get rid of them now! Walmart has spanish poluting the airwaves in thier stores and everything you buy you have look twice at to find the english side! Line the boarders with .50 cals and use em' for target practice on anyone crossing the boarders and that includes canadians! I blame the scumbag Americans who bring them in for cheap labor. They should be deported as well!

I can't beleive that I for once will agree with this asshole!!

 

I do not give a rats ass where they come from. Come here the legal way or get the fuck out!!!

 

No other country in the world puts up with this shit.

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Lets not start a war you cant win!! When was the last time I called you a dirty word!

 

P.S. Stop posting pictures of drifters.

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:ooh2: ....the lack of iniative by the present administration in this area is an OUTRAGE!!...While the ad agencies for both political parties have been busily inflaming bogus issues of 35 years ago in order to divert attention,CORPORATE America has steadily SCREWED US ALL in the name of business in "the world economy"....BULLSHIT!!!..blue collar America is part of "the world economy" only to the extent that the working guys in the service industry have to get continually raped at the cash register on a daily basis so that cheap labor from Mexico and "outsourceing" of American jobs will pay their CEO's

SICKENINGLY distorted salaries that are stupifiying in relation to the actual value of their contribution to the overall product cost....now,WHO has been aligned with big business,the Saudi's,the President of Mexico...?Look no futher than "W" and "Slick Dick".

I'm of the generation that remembers President Eisenhower,at the end of his last term saying to America..."beware the military-industrialist complex..."We've all been fucked royally by the ad men who while beating the drum and waving the flag,have had their hand up "Lady Liberty's" dress.

Get a few minutes of Lou Dobbs ,6pm est,each night on CNN...we're in TROUBLE folks!

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