In a tribute to convoluted thinking regarding the dangerously porous U.S.-Mexico border, today’s edition of the Periódico de la República de Arizona (Arizona Republic) front pages a report by another of its open border enthusiast staffers. This latest piece of deception posing as news is titled “Tight border discourages migrants from going home.”
File that headline –as well as the entire fallacious report — under “bizarre.”
It’s not worth going into the depth of the absurdity that undergirds this most recent dose of snake oil — dishonestly packaging illegal aliens as mere “migrants” — that is being sold to the newspaper’s few remaining readers. The headline says it all. For help in deciphering such drivel, our popular post Lingo, a primer on decoding Republicese is indispensable.
The bottom line is this: For desiring to have our sovereign national borders secured and respected — which the Obama administration and our own Arizona Sens. Juan McAmnesty and his toady Jeff McFlake — are working diligently to subvert, it is American citizens who are to blame.
The Arizona-Mexico border is the major portal for drugs, crime and illegal invaders who come not only from Mexico and a wide array of Latin American countries, but also from those which sponsor terrorism.
In 2011 we posted Hezbollah on our doorstep: Radical Muslims in border towns. It was based on this troubling report by San Diego’s ABC News 10.
As far back as October 2001, WND reported in an article titled “Arab terrorists crossing border,” that there has been a “tremendous increase in OTM’s (law enforcement’s term for ‘Other Than Mexicans’). Illegals from the former Soviet Union, Asia, and the Middle East are joining the flood of Mexicans, Central and South Americans — all slipping in through our incredibly accessible and porous Southern border. Apprehensions have included illegals from the Sudan, Iran, and even Iraq.”
Note that the 2001 article by J. Zane Walley was datelined Cochise County, Arizona — where rancher Robert Krentz was murdered on his family property.