To hear the New York Times tell it, mass Muslim immigration does not have to be a problem. It has found a French town (that many Americans have never heard of) Roubaix where the multicultural experiment appears to be going great. As long as French residents there violate the nation’s principle of state secularism (laïcité) and coddle Islamic practices, then no distressing jihadist terror occurs.
Of course, this strategy is not the traditional assimilation of immigrants but submission of the native population to hostile newcomers, a tactic which Islam has perfected during its 1400-year war against all non-Muslims: “Just do things the Koran way, and nobody gets hurt.” As long as Roubaix residents submit to Muslim desires, peace will continue. But the requirements of the Muslims are likely to become increasingly more intrusive with time, such as demands that free speech be curtailed to suit Islam.
There is only one exception to the Times’ pretty diversity picture, which appears in a single down-page paragraph. When a pro-secular group was scheduled to rotate to leadership on a town civic association, the Muslims were angered and left. Muslims believe in Islamic supremacy and don’t like having their wishes thwarted. At 20 percent of the population, Muslims tend to become violently hostile if the host organism does not submit.
The Times wraps up with a cheerful observation that in Roubaix, a person can be a Muslim and a Christian simultaneously.
Time will tell. The media has proclaimed ideal diversity models before that quickly disintegrated. One example: National Geographic’s Marseille Melting Pot, which devolved with burqa riots a few months later.
ROUBAIX, France — Wearing head scarves and long skirts, the women glide along the faded back streets of this poor French town as they make their way to the mosque to hear the last prayer of the evening.
Like their husbands and brothers, fathers and sons, they feel at home here. That is in large part because Roubaix, a small city in northeastern France, has made a point of embracing its Muslim population, proportionately one of the largest in the country.
“I am comfortable in these clothes here in Roubaix,” said Farid Gacem, the bearded president of the Abu Bakr mosque, who was wearing a nearly ankle-length loose brown tunic on a recent afternoon.
In a country where Islamic head coverings are regulated by law and many Muslims say they have been made to feel like outsiders, Roubaix is one of just a handful of cities that have broken with a rigid interpretation of the country’s state secularism. The city stands out for its effort to take discreet but pointed steps to promote an active Muslim community, and in doing so it has diminished the ethnic and sectarian tensions that have afflicted other parts of France, evident again during the holy month of Ramadan this summer.
In Trappes, a heavily Muslim suburb of Paris, an altercation between the police and a woman wearing a niqab, a veil that is illegal to wear in public, turned violent two weeks ago. In another suburb of Paris, the mayor refused a request by Muslims for a prayer room to use during Ramadan. The Interior Ministry says crimes targeting Muslims have increased 28 percent this year.
Yet here in Roubaix, the mood is different. That is despite one of the worst unemployment rates in the country, 22 percent, with the figure far higher among young people, according to the mayor’s office. Nearly half of households have incomes below the poverty line, and many areas are troubled by petty crime and drug trafficking.
The question is whether Roubaix’s approach to multiculturalism will become a model for other French cities, or if, in a country in which the Muslim population finds itself at the center of a debate over racism, religious tolerance and national identity, it will remain an exception. Continue reading this article
From San Diego County comes news of a burqa bank robber (pictured) who failed to snatch the cash but did manage to escape. The fugitive was described as wearing white shoes and a maroon tent.
Burqa banditry is a growing crime strategy because the all-covering garment reveals little about the perp, plus many Americans are too fearful of being called Islamophobic to object to masked persons in the public space.
Isn’t it long past time to make masks in public illegal? Why does our nation allow such anti-social — and likely criminal — behavior to continue? Masks are a threat to public safety, and also show up when anarchists come around. The only good excuse for a mask is a sub-zero Minnesota winter.
Of course, the real solution would be to end Muslim immigration entirely. The Allah-worshippers are trouble wherever they settle in large numbers, from Paris to Dearborn.
NATIONAL CITY (CNS) – A woman tried to rob a bank in National City, and officials sought the public’s help locating her.
The attempted robbery occurred at around 6 p.m. Thursday at a Wells Fargo Bank branch at 1199 Highland Ave., according to FBI Special Agent Darrell Foxworth.
“At the time of the robbery, the woman entered the bank and stood in the teller line until summoned by a teller,” Foxworth said. “Upon arriving at the teller counter, the woman presented a demand note.”
The teller read some of the demand note then alerted another bank employee, Foxworth said.
The woman waited a few seconds then walked out of the bank without any money, according to Foxworth.
No injuries were reported.
The suspect was female with an olive complexion and heavy eye makeup and wearing a maroon colored burka and light colored or white shoes, according to Foxworth. She was about 5 feet 6 inches tall and in her late 20s to early 30s, according to Foxworth.
The list of forces against American sovereignty and citizenship is long and powerful. One of the founding members of the open-borders gaggle is the Catholic church, which wants to import more customers for what it’s selling, to replace the falling attendance among American Catholics. The church even discourages assimilation to keep foreigners dependent on its welcoming pews, as its demographics become more hispanic and less English-speaking American. One measure: Hispanics account for more than 70 percent of the growth in the US Catholic population since 1960.
The immigration issue is not only about church concerns of activity and relevance, it also has big money implications. The church’s offshoot Catholic Charities gets billions of our tax dollars to perform immigration-related social work, like settling refugees and educating illegal aliens about how to work the system.
Below is an image from Catholic Charities at a Glance, 2010. Look closely to see that 62% of the $4,669,503,437 budget comes from American taxpayers (aka “Government Revenue”) which comes out to be $2,895,092,130.
One of the bright new pro-amnesty faces is the recently installed Los Angeles Archbishop Gomez. Unlike his predecessor Roger Mahony who flacked the issue relentlessly, Gomez is an immigrant himself with Mexican cred to burn. He can chatter in Spanish all day long with the new parishioners. Of course, American church-goers may feel left out by the hispanicization of their once-familiar English-speaking congregation, but the current trend is all about celebrating diversity for the brave new world of diversity above all else.
As a child, L.A. Archbishop Jose Horacio Gomez traveled back and forth across the border from his home in Monterrey, Mexico, to his uncle’s in San Antonio, Texas. He made the trip so often that he hardly distinguished between Mexico and the United States.
“It was easy to cross in those times,” says Gomez, now 61, who became a citizen in his mid-40s. “I guess my first impression was that people could live in both countries at the same time.”
When he talks about the border, he slips into the Spanish slang of his childhood. He uses migra for U.S. immigration officials and mica for the old-style border-crossing cards he needed to visit his American cousins in Texas.
How is it not a scandal that the Senate voted to decrease citizens’ income substantially at a time when over 20 million Americans cannot find full time work?
Our elected representatives are not supposed to destroy the lives of the people for the naked greed of a few. Senator Sessions is one of the few who defends average folks. A few days ago he urged fellow Republicans to use immigration enforcement — not amnesty — as a winning issue.
Below, illegal aliens keep coming, because they hope to get amnestied in Obama’s future-Democrat handout.
This week Congress received two letters: one from GOP donors and the other from CEOs, urging Congress to act on immigration. The Washington Times reports: “Nearly a hundred top Republican donors and Bush administration officials sent a letter to the House GOP on Tuesday urging lawmakers to pass a bill that legalizes illegal immigrants. … The donor letter came the same day that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and 400 other businesses and umbrella groups fired off a letter to House leaders of both parties, urging them to pass something.”
One word not mentioned in either letter: wages.
These groups would have us believe this is just about providing amnesty to illegal immigrants. That’s certainly a large part of it: businesses know that legalizing illegal workers will expand the available labor pool for many industries with the effect of pushing down wages in areas where illegal workers might not have previously had access. But there is a phrase in the letter which has gotten too little attention, and which explains what this really all about. Rove and the donors say that legislation must, “provide a legal way for U.S.-based companies to hire the workers they need.”
Of course, there already is a legal way for U.S.-based companies to hire workers they need: they can hire the people living here today who are unemployed. Or they can hire some of the million-plus immigrants we lawfully admit each year, or the hundreds of thousands of temporary guest workers we admit each year. We are a generous nation. And no one is saying these programs shouldn’t be improved. But what these businesses want is as much low-cost labor as possible. That’s what this is all about. They believe the immigration policy for our entire nation should create an abundance of low-wage workers. They, in their bubble, think that lower wages are good for America. Maybe some politicians do too. They’re not concerned with how the plan impacts workers, the immigrants themselves, public resources, the education system, or taxpayer dollars. They’re not focused on the broader economic or social concerns. The focus is reducing the cost of labor. But America has larger and more pressing concerns, such as unemployment and falling labor participation rates. Continue reading this article
A new campaign is underway in Britain to convince illegal aliens to go home the same way they arrived, namely on their own dime. The content provider is a mobile sign (pictured) that cruises around diverse neighborhoods delivering the message that unlawful foreigners should leave or face arrest.
There’s a helpful phone number on the sign that offers advice, even though successful intruders are highly expert on the topic of illegal penetration, and leaving is even easier.
When candidate Mitt Romney suggested illegal aliens might self-deport, he was widely condemned as being offensive to hispanic lawbreakers. But seriously, wouldn’t it be more empowering for intruders to arrive home on their own devices, rather than being deported, so they can say they returned for a more honorable reason? Self-deportation might protect the famously touchy Latin male ego.
Unsurprisingly, Al Jazeera found the idea that illegal aliens should leave to be “provocative”:
Bringing back exit checks at Britain’s borders would be much better at tackling illegal immigration than the Home Office’s “unsettling” and “aimless” adverts on vans, Nick Clegg has said.
The Deputy Prime Minister said he was “surprised” to hear about two vans sent out by the Home Office displaying adverts demanding that illegal immigrants “go home or face arrest”.
Speaking on BBC Radio 5live, he said it would be much better to bring back identity checks at the border to track when immigrants leave the country.
Mr Clegg said he has personally insisted that this measure will be brought in before 2015, as promised by the Coalition.
The Deputy Prime Minister said he was “hardline” about tough immigration laws but did not like the “tone” of the advertisements commissioned by the department of Theresa May, the Home Secretary. Continue reading this article
The Chamber of Commerce is turning the screws on the House, with a high-pressure letter for House party leaders Boehner and Pelosi. Signers include everyone from Facebook to the American Beekeeping Federation. It’s the usual lies er, talking points about the economy, mostly with the threat that business wants millions of new cheap workers, or else. Resistance is futile, etc. The twenty million Americans unable to find full-time work don’t concern the business titans.
However, the image on the Chamber’s home page introducing the letter (shown below) is most curious and deserves consideration.
First of all, the image of gazillions of foreigners marching in orderly battalions to the United States looks more like an invasion of hostiles than the immigration of friendly individuals joining the American community. If the Chamber wants to scare average citizens, it is doing a swell job.
Plus, aren’t the foreigners coming from the wrong direction?? Shouldn’t they be coming from the south, from points below the Rio Grande, i.e. Latin America? Immigrants haven’t come en masse from Europe in nearly a century.
But the Chamber apparently wants to continue the fantasy that America is not being demographically altered forever by mass immigration — even as La Raza et al celebrate diversity and preach the virtue of obliterating white Americans whose ancestors built the country the multiculturists want to conquer. A major item of the Senate bill is the tripling of legal immigration for a decade, and they won’t be college graduates from Europe.
Release Date: Tuesday, July 30, 2013
The Honorable John Boehner Speaker
The Honorable Nancy Pelosi Minority Leader
The U.S. House of Representatives
Washington, DC 20515
Dear Mr. Speaker and Leader Pelosi:
The undersigned organizations urge the United States Congress to enact legislation that would bring meaningful reforms to critical components of our nation’s immigration system. Reform of an outdated, broken immigration system is essential if we are to achieve a fully revitalized economy that provides rewarding and lasting jobs and opportunities for all Americans.
Thought leaders from across the ideological spectrum agree that enacting immigration reform now will accelerate U.S. economic growth at a critical time when it has struggled to recover, and will help to enable sustained growth for decades to come. Done right, reform will also serve to protect and complement our U.S. workforce, generating greater productivity and economic activity that will lead to new innovations, products, businesses, and jobs in communities across the U.S. Continue reading this article
Here’s a BBC report on Arizona border rancher John Ladd, who is disgusted with the whole bunch — the illegal aliens, the Border Patrol, the Democrats who want cheap votes and the Republicans who want cheap labor. His family has been on the ranch for over a century and he has heard all sorts of promises from the government but nothing has changed.
Ladd reports that general numbers of illegal crossers are down, but “the number of drug events is way up.” So he’s not seeing that border security that Washington suits talk about.
US Congress is debating an increase in border security as part of an overhaul of the country’s immigration system.
But local residents and long-time ranchers along the border worry that their already diminished rights might be under attack again.
Since its peak in 2000, apprehensions of illegal immigrants at the Southern border have decreased 78% to 357,000 in 2012. Two thirds of this drop can be explained by a weak US economy, according to a report by the Council on Foreign Relations. The other third is due to enforcement increases.
In 2012, the US government spent $18bn (£11bn) on border enforcement. The number of border patrol agents in the south more than doubled in the last decade to 18,000 from 8,000.
Under the immigration reform bill passed by the US Senate last month, an additional 18,000 agents would be added in the next decade.
The BBC talked to John Ladd, a fourth-generation rancher whose land borders Mexico, about the border agents who patrol his property.
In March 2012, the National Geographic magazine published a glowing story titled “Marseille Melting Pot” about the French port city which asked, “As more European countries become nations of immigrants, is the multicultural city of Marseille a vision of the future?” with pretty pictures of diversity like the one below.
To be fair, Marseille has been a crime town for years, as a connecting point for Afghan heroin going to the US in the French Connection. However, the influx of hostile Muslims has added another flash point.
Now there is an admission of further failure to maintain public order, with Hollande’s Socialist government considering the designation of Marseille as a no-go zone that needs extra policing.
VladTepesBlog.com has posted a translation of a July 31 Le Figaro article with a photo showing the new gangsterized city:
VladTepesBlog: Just to be clear. France is considering declaring the second largest city, and one of the poorest, in the entire country a No-Go zone due primarily to muslim violence. The English vocabulary for extremes has already been overused to such an extent that there simply are no words left to describe the magnitude of the significance of this article. As to our respective nations? Someone needs to make a bar graph of available data. That is, unless we actually do something different.
For the Interior Minister Valls, to comply with the request of the socialist president of the urban community of Marseilles, Eugene Caselli, to place the entire Phoenician City (Marseille) in a Priority Security Zone (ZSP in French – Zone de Sécurité Prioritaire), would not make any sense.
A proposition that “would not be effective and would not make any sense” for Manuel Valls.
Wednesday, the Minister of Interior rejected the proposal advanced by Eugene Caselli, the socialist president of the urban community, and others before him, to classify the entire Phoenician City as a Priority Security Zone (ZSP in French). Continue reading this article
Obama and his amnesty pals in government say “Trust us” to do immigration enforcement with an extra 10-20 million humans plopped into the system. But a recent report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) shows that the feeble efforts of the Department of Homeland Security to track entry-exit behavior have been a failure.
Everyone focuses on border security, but something like 40 percent of illegal aliens arrive legally but overstay the time limits of their visa, thereby becoming unlawful. The legislation of 1996 called for an entry-exit visa system, as did the 9/11 Commission Report (see summary of recommendations). The improvement in technology in recent years should make entry-exit tracking quite doable, but political will seems lacking.
Given the terrorist attacks of 2001 and beyond, the concerned citizen might wonder why national security counts for so little, but the desire of certain parties for millions of Democrat voters and/or cheap workers overpowers everything else.
The government is capable of tracking foreigners when they enter just fine, according to the GAO. Leaving, not so much, which shows priorities are upside down, as usual.
The Homeland Security Department has lost track of more than 1 million people who it knows arrived in the U.S. but who it cannot prove left the country, according to an audit Tuesday that also found the department probably won’t meet its own goals for deploying an entry-exit system.
The findings were revealed as Congress debates an immigration bill, and the Government Accountability Office’s report could throw up another hurdle because lawmakers in the House and Senate have said that any final deal must include a workable system to track entries and exits and cut down on so-called visa overstays.
The government does track arrivals, but is years overdue in setting up a system to track departures — a goal set in a 1996 immigration law and reaffirmed in 2004, but which has eluded Republican and Democratic administrations.
“DHS has not yet fulfilled the 2004 statutory requirement to implement a biometric exit capability, but has planning efforts under way to report to Congress in time for the fiscal year 2016 budget cycle on the costs and benefits of such a capability at airports and seaports,” GAO investigators wrote. Continue reading this article
But Speaker Boehner and his leadership cronies stupidly think they can sneak through an amnesty and pro-sovereignty citizens won’t notice. One part of that strategy is to keep the issue as quiet as possible and avoid voter fury as Republicans visit their constituents over the next month. Leadership doesn’t want the members to get a clear understanding of how voters are enraged about amnesty for millions of foreign lawbreakers and triple legal immigration of workers during a jobs depression.
Hopefully, concerned citizens won’t allow Boehner’s avoid-the-amnesty-topic strategy and will give their visiting congressman the full brunt of anti-amnesty anger.
House leaders put off immigration votes until after August recess, seeing delay as the best way to pass reform.
House Republicans head home for the August break having done little to pass immigration reform, falling well short of Speaker John Boehner’s goal to vote on legislation before next week’s monthlong recess begins. But far from a failure of leadership, top House Republicans are casting the inaction as a tactical play designed to boost reform’s chances.
Keeping immigration on the back-burner helps avoid a recess filled with angry town-hall meetings reminiscent of the heated August 2009 protests where the backlash against health care reform coalesced. Doing nothing also starves Democrats of a target, Republicans argue.
“August was a central part of our discussions. People don’t want to go home and get screamed at,” a House GOP leadership aide said.
Instead, they’ll go home and talk about the need to stop government overreach, trying to draw voters’ attention back to the now largely dormant IRS controversy and the dismantling of Obamacare, a message that plays well with the Republican base. Continue reading this article
Now that the Washington, DC, paint vandal has been caught, the media has seemingly lost interest in the shocking story of damage done to the Lincoln Memorial and other beloved national treasures. Perhaps the accused perp’s diverse identity has something to do with the sudden quiet. Were the scribblers hoping against all reason that the defacer was a Tea Party member?
In fact, the arrested person is Jiamei Tian (pictured), 58, who was arrested with a soda can filled with green paint and whose clothes were spattered with the telltale color. She was identified by her Chinese passport and recently expired visa.
Washington (CNN) — A woman arrested in connection with the splattering of paint in two locations inside the National Cathedral in Washington was ordered held without bond Tuesday.
Jia Mei Tian, 58, has been charged with felony destruction of property. When officers arrested her on Monday, she had green paint on her clothes and shoes, and paint cans were found in three bags she had with her, according to a police report obtained by CNN.
If found guilty, she could face up to 10 years in prison and a $5,000 fine.
Tian will be kept in custody at least until a second hearing, which is scheduled for Friday morning.
That hearing will determine whether there is probable cause to continue to hold her. If she is held, she would be entitled to another hearing within 100 days.
During her court appearance Tuesday, Tian wore a white jumpsuit and appeared disheveled with messy hair. She was calm throughout. Early on, while waiting her turn near the front of the courtroom, Tian appeared to be smiling.
A Mandarin interpreter was brought in to assist her during the proceedings.
According to court documents, Tian had a visa allowing her to be in the United States that expired on Saturday. She traveled on a Chinese passport.
Prosecutors argued she was a serious flight risk with no fixed address.
After her arrest, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement lodged an immigration detainer against Tian, meaning that ICE wants to be notified before local law enforcement releases her. Continue reading this article
Every time I hear this accurate line of reasoning that the Muslim holy texts tell followers to smite the infidels whenever possible, my brain automatically starts running the ditty “It’s in the Koran” which has a very catchy tune.
We’re happy to torture
We’re eager to rape
We savor your last screams
We massacre children
We ransack a shrine
And all our acts are sanctified
By Suras 2 through 9
Oh, wait, Islam is not a religion of peace, an idea promoted by its propagandists?? A better translation is “Islam is submission” not peace as the term is understood by westerners. If everyone on earth submits to Mohammed’s teachings, then peace will prevail, that’s the idea. But in the real world of Muslims, shias are killing sunnis and vice versa all the time.
“Radical Islamism is a real and growing threat to Danish society and it is time that politicians wake up.
So says forensic psychiatrist and author Henrik Day Poulsen, author of a book on fanaticism. Poulsen regular meets Islamism in his work with criminals. …
— When we examine the criminal migrant youth, Islamism quite often plays a role. They have been inculcated a totally distorted worldview in which it is directly or indirectly ok to commit violence or rob a bank, because the whole life is a battle between Denmark and Islam, where they are on the good side. And when they are arrested and punished, they think again, it is an expression of that struggle. That it is because of racism. They simply cannot see that what they have done is wrong. It is very difficult to fight crime, that happens with the starting point, and the development is therefore very dangerous,’ says Henrik Day Poulsen. … Continue reading this article
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