Monday, December 20, 2004


Germany to Limit Immigration

Can you all guess which group of immigrants Germany is restricting?

Believe it or not, it's not those proponents of female circumcision who refuse to assimilate into Western society.

It's the ex-Soviet JEWS, the three quarters of whom they SAY are on welfare.

New rules will mean those applying to come to Germany will have to show knowledge of German and be under 45 years old. They will also not be eligible for social aid, the paper said.

To say that Germany has it backwards would be the understatement of the year.

Now if only the U.S. would have some cojones and do something about our porous Southern border.


in 2000, a Juarez cartel of Mexico’s drug gangs placed a bounty of $200,000 on the heads of each U.S. lawman.

In March 2002, four heavily armed Mexican army soldiers showed up on American soil, close to San Diego. They were armed with three submachine guns and an M-16 rifle. They illegally entered the country near Tecate, Mexico.

There have been other witnessed and documented “armed incursions” into U.S. territory by heavily armed Mexican army units. In March 2000, two Mexican army vehicles that carried over a dozen soldiers armed with automatic assault rifles, pistols and submachine guns drove into the U.S. near Santa Teresa, NM. They shot at Border Patrol agents.

A 28-year old ranger was killed as he and Border Patrol agents were about to nab two gunmen with ties to Mexican drug thugs. This happened in Arizona’s Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument August 2003.

There was a high-speed car chase that ended in Bisbee, Ariz. Eyewitnesses say they have seen Mexican military and paramilitary police assisting Mexican nationals cross illegally into the U.S. In 2002, U.S. Park Service Ranger Kris Eggle was killed in a drug-related shooting. An American father and daughter were held at gunpoint inside the U.S. on their own property by a gun-toting squad of Mexican soldiers. The U.S. government released the officials – with their weapons intact, of course.

A year ago, a detail of U.S. Marines came under automatic weapons fire near the border, two miles west of Naco, Ariz. Chris Simcos, owner of the Tombstone (Ariz.) Tumbleweed newspaper pointed to the statement of FBI agent Susan Herskovits that the agency is involved in the investigation because it involves an assault on federal law-enforcement agents and involves gunfire from across the international boundary with Mexico.


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