In an act of escalated lawbreaking that mimicked a recent Arizona deportation blockage, immigration anarchists sat down in front of a bus filled with illegal aliens being deported from San Francisco.
Unsurprisingly, local media treated the behavior positively, with no opposing view, even though the city is familiar with terrible crimes committed by non-deported illegal alien criminals. In 2008, Salvadoran gang member Edwin Ramos killed Tony Bologna and his two sons when he mistook them for rival gangsters. Ramos had been actively protected as a violent offender by the city’s sanctuary policy.
Even given the recent history of foreigner crime, San Francisco media did not use the incident to point out the benefit to public safety that comes from deporting illegal alien criminals.
As the article notes, no arrests were made because of the city sanctuary policy.
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Dozens of protesters surrounded a bus believed to be filled with immigrants slated for deportation at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office in San Francisco, a protest organizer said Thursday.
The protesters included dozens of undocumented immigrants and immigrants’ rights advocates who rallied for the expansion of a national movement to pressure President Barack Obama to halt immigrant deportations, according to Jon Rodney, a spokesman for the California Immigrant Policy Center.
“We are not going to wait for Congress anymore. We are not going to wait for Obama. This is a humanitarian crisis, two million people deported in 5 years,” protester Hairo Cortez told KPIX 5. Continue reading this article
In Germany, there’s a group of refugee demanders with a website called Lampedusa in Hamburg. The front page photo shows a banner reading, “We did not survive the NATO war in Libya to die on the streets of Hamburg,” which is kind of a double-down statement of Screw the West for ousting the dictator and now give us free stuff in Germany.
They put on a noisy protest the other day. It seemed more about intimidation than friendly appeal.
The RT.com YouTube posting contained additional text:
Hundreds of refugees and activists of the “Lampedusa in Hamburg” group took the streets of Hamburg on Wednesday to protests against the alleged unlawful treatment of migrants by the Hamburg Senate.
Protesters marched from the main station to the city hall and back in a 2-hour demonstration to also show their support to the victims of the recent shipwrecks occurred off the Italian island of Lampedusa.
Clashes erupted Tuesday night in Hamburg after around 500 protesters demonstrating in front of the squatted theatre “Roten Flora” reportedly threw stones and bottles to police, who used pepper spray and batons on protesters.
By the way, it is interesting that the President found time on Tuesday during a government crisis to chat with Spanish-language Univision, which keeps its viewers informed about issues of interest to Mexicans.
President Obama vowed Tuesday that he would pursue an immigration reform vote in the House the “day after” Congress reaches an agreement to reopen the government and raise the debt ceiling.
“Once that’s done, you know, the day after — I’m going to be pushing to say, call a vote on immigration reform,” Obama told Univision’s Los Angeles affiliate. “And if I have to join with other advocates and continue to speak out on that, and keep pushing, I’m going to do so because I think it’s really important for the country. And now is the time to do it.”
The president reiterated his claim that the only thing holding back passage of the Senate’s immigration bill is “Speaker Boehner not willing to call the bill on the floor of the House of Representatives.”
Earlier this month, House Democrats introduced their own version of an immigration bill in an attempt to spur Republican action after it appeared that momentum had stalled for immigration reform. The bill largely mirrors the Senate effort, while stripping out some border security provisions added to win Senate GOP votes. Continue reading this article
In Arizona, open-borders extremists have escalated their tactics from noisy rallies to physical confrontation with law enforcement. By blocking deportation buses, they have told the President that they do not recognize American sovereignty or the rule of law, and they demand that he act according to their radical aim to end immigration enforcement.
A group of immigrant advocates in Tucson, Ariz. decided on Friday to try to take immigration laws into their own hands, vowing to stop deportations for a day by stopping a bus carrying detainees and blocking people from entering the parking lot of the federal courthouse.
It was the latest protest by advocates in Tucson, who are rallying against the record number of immigrants deported under President Barack Obama’s administration. About 1.5 million people were deported under Obama’s first term in office from 2008 to 2012 – including an unprecedented 409,849 last year.
On Friday, a dozen demonstrators used chains and pipes to lock themselves to the wheels of a bus carrying immigrants to court. Continue reading this article
Around the world, most societies don’t care for immigration, particularly when there’s too much of it. Global polls from Ipsos and Pew Research have illustrated the normal dislike of foreigner diversity. Human nature is deeply tribal, dictating that we all like our own group the best and are somewhat suspicious of those who don’t share out language, culture and values.
Mass immigration is a favored project of elites, who like the reduced cost of labor and see exploitable third-worlders as potential household help.
The graphic below from the recent Sky News poll is of rather poor design, since it’s hard to read the important details. The 67% part says: “Take drastic action” The UK population is already too large and the government should take drastic action now to reduce migration.
The city of Moscow has one to two million Muslim residents who block streets by the thousands on their Allah holidays and they intimidate daily to force Islam on Russians. The breakup of the Soviet Union has accelerated the influx and the accumulation over the years has been brutal.
The RT.com video below begins with the announcer describing the reason locals are angry over a recent murder, “An uncontrolled flow of illegal migrants has turned the neighborhood into a crime center.” It’s remarkable there are not more riots over nation-changing immigration invasions.
The written report from RT similarly notes unhappiness with diversity-fueled crime.
Moscow police said they detained some 300 people during the mass rioting in a southern district of the city. A mixed crowd of nationalists and locals attacked a warehouse run by natives of the Caucasus, blaming a migrant for the fatal stabbing of a local. [. . .]
The violent scenes came after a similar rampage took place at a nearby shopping center, where the rioters had originally gathered. The outraged crowd demanded that the police find the killer, allegedly a man from the Caucasus or Central Asia, and clamp down on illegal migration in the area.
The locals also lashed at the the authorities, accusing them of covering the wave of migrant crime. [. . .]
Even the Associated Press report mentioned the Muslim angle, although with no context.
The stabbing death of an ethnic Russian man has ignited anger in Moscow against people from the Caucasus, with demonstrators breaking into a shopping center and storming a vegetable warehouse Sunday evening. Police detained hundreds of people.
The man was believed to have been killed by a native of the North Caucasus, a region in southern Russia where the people are predominantly Muslim. Caucasus natives work in the shopping center and at many vegetable markets around the Russian capital. [. . .]
A 22-year-old cold case has been solved in New York City regarding the murder of a four-year-old girl whose identity was unknown. Now we know her true name is Anjelica Castillo, not Baby Hope as she had been nicknamed. Her cousin, Conrado Juarez, an illegal alien from Mexico who was 30 at the time, has admitted to the murder and has been arrested.
Anjelica’s body was found in a cooler by the side of a road in 1991. The child was emaciated and had been sexually assaulted.
Kudos to the police whose remarkable persistence over more than two decades solved the murder.
Below, posters about the case were placed around the neighborhood last summer to jog memories.
According to the following article, police believe Anjelica’s mother was willing to help Juarez (pictured) dispose of the body because she feared deportation. She never reported her child was missing.
It was a murder that wrenched the hearts of New Yorkers and baffled the city’s best detectives and prosecutors for two decades.
On a summer day in 1991, the body of an emaciated 4-year-old girl was found naked and bundled with twine inside a filthy cooler near the Henry Hudson Parkway.
Investigators called the girl “Baby Hope” — and on Saturday their own never-flagging hopes were fulfilled when they finally cracked the case.
The turning point came this summer, in a laundromat, when one woman overheard another woman say that years ago her little sister had disappeared.
The first woman had also seen one of the “Baby Hope” fliers police continued to post, and called the cops.
The tip led to the arrest of Conrado Juarez, 52, who sources said was a Mexican illegal alien dishwasher at the Bleecker Street restaurant Pesce Pasta.
Juarez was the girl’s cousin, and was staying with her in a crowded Astoria apartment, officials said.
Now in custody for murder, he has made what sources called a detailed confession to sexually assaulting and smothering Anjelica Castillo — the girl in the cooler’s real name. Continue reading this article
Mexican family values include animal cruelty, as noted in a recent BBC report about horse tripping in the hispanic version of rodeos. A Mexico-booster dad remarks, “You’re not gonna hurt me by stopping me by doing charia; you’re gonna hurt thousands and thousands of kids that want to have an alternative sport and be proud of something.”
Rider Leonardo Lopez remarks in the video, “Most of us that come from Mexico, we don’t leave Mexico there, we bring Mexico with us, it’s part of us when we ride horses here our mind goes back to our little towns in the old days, so Mexico is always with us.”
Say, if Mexico is so beloved by its people, why don’t they live there, where business is booming and no annoying Americans are complaining about Mexicans’ cultural cruelty to animals?
Mexican horse-tripping is brutal:
Mexican horse-tripping can seriously harm animals:
Americans hear from diversity cheerleaders how wonderful it all is, with no mention of the overwhelming downside. In particular, the gratuitous barbarity toward animals around the world is actually rather shocking to citizens’ sensibility when toted up: for an array of examples, see my 2006 article Diversity Is Strength! It’s Also… Cruelty To Animals.
Because of animal cruelty concerns, Nevada’s Clark County voted in August to keep horse-tripping illegal:
The Clark County law against the Mexican rodeo sport of “horse roping” stands.
County commissioners on Tuesday scrapped a proposal that would have allowed roping events that include the lassoing of horses by their legs.
The commission’s 6-1 vote followed an outpouring of testimony from people who work with horses or consider themselves animal rights advocates and came despite concerns voiced by the Mexican Federation of Charreria.
The decision means that the county’s ordinance outlawing the practice will remain in place, even if an event’s goal is to not trip them and instead use a catch-and-release method.
Horse tripping, or roping the legs, can bring the same penalties as other animal-related violations of county code. A violator could be found guilty of a misdemeanor and fined or imprisoned, or pay a civil penalty, with fines ranging from $100 for the first offense to $500 for a third offense. Continue reading this article
The Swiss have made good use of their national referendum process to fight against the unwanted diversity of unfriendly Muslim immigrants. Although Switzerland is required by the borderless EU superstate to accept any Europe resident who plops down in residence, the Swiss have cleverly worked the edges in earlier efforts.
In 2009, for example, the citizens voted to ban minarets, a clear message of unwelcome to hostile Muslims who are using immigration to turn the home of the Enlightenment into totalitarian Eurabia.
Swiss voters will decide early next year on a proposal by the right-wing Swiss People’s Party (SVP) to reintroduce quotas for the number of foreigners allowed to work in Switzerland.
Authorities in Bern on Wednesday set a date of February 9th for a vote on the initiative “against mass immigration” for which the SVP gathered the necessary signatures.
The proposal, opposed by the government and the upper and lower houses of parliament, is contrary to the free movement of workers agreement that Switzerland has signed with the European Union.
But the SVP argues it will be possible to renegotiate the accord, although other parties say this is an illusion and that such a move would put at risk all bilateral agreements with the EU. Continue reading this article
“There is a minority of Muslims who condone killing Christians but unfortunately that minority numbers in the tens of millions,” he said.
The Senator also noted the insanity of Washington’s support of terrorist enemies: “We are now arming Islamic rebels who are allied with al-Qaeda that attacked us on 9/11. Does that make any sense at all? American tax dollars should never be spent to prop up war on Christianity, but that’s what’s happening now across the globe.”
Of course, in speaking to the audience at an event hosted by the Family Research Council, Paul emphasized Islam’s war against Christians, but in fact jihadists kill Buddhists, Hindus, Jews, and anyone else who is not a loyal slave of Allah (including other Muslims). Islam’s hostile followers don’t get along with others — any others.
The attitude seems to be that California should provide this character with mental health treatment, even though Colombia is a civilized country where modern psychiatry is available. It’s arrogant and racist to think that Perez couldn’t get the care he needs at home.
A man accused of performing acrobatic stunts while naked and accosting passengers at the 16th Street BART station in San Francisco last spring was released on his own recognizance, authorities said Wednesday.
Yeiner Alberto Perez Garizabalo, 24, a Berkeley acrobat, was released on the condition that he continues to receive mental health treatment, said Tamara Aparton, a spokeswoman for the public defender’s office, which represents Perez.
Perez is awaiting trial for the May 10 incident, which was caught on video and went viral. The video allegedly depicts Perez doing flips and handstands while naked, and grabbing a BART employee’s genitals and menacing female passengers in between the acrobatics.
Perez’s attorneys said the incident stemmed from a mental breakdown. The district attorney’s office objected to Perez’s release, but was overruled.
Perez has a stay-away order barring him from the 16th Street station as well as the two complaining witnesses, Aparton said.
Just what does it take in liberal Mexifornia for authorities to protect mothers and children when the dangerous person is a member of the cherished illegal alien class? Apparently a man threatening his six-year-old son with a knife doesn’t make the cut, as illustrated in a case of preventable murder highlighted on the O’Reilly show earlier this week:
In short, Mario Chavez murdered his estranged wife Martha Casillas after he had been released on bail by San Jose authorities who knew of his illegal alien status. Had he been deported after the knife threat and restraining order (or following an earlier DUI), the mother of three would not have been killed.
Below, the murder victim Martha Casillas, 39, with her three children, aged 13, 6 and 22.
Coddling violent foreign criminals is no way for government to perform its basic job of protecting public safety. An observation of Adam Smith is appropriate in this case: “Mercy to the guilty is cruelty to the innocent.”
SAN JOSE — A month before authorities say he killed his wife, 40-year-old Mario Chavez was in jail after a heated domestic argument that ended with him threatening their 6-year-old son with a knife.
His family got a protective order. He made bail. When a judge later raised the amount, so did Chavez.
In the weeks since the Sept. 7 slaying that left three San Jose children virtually orphaned, some of the sadness gave way to a pointed question: Should Chavez — who was in the country illegally — have been able to post bail in the first place?
Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials contend they could have kept Chavez off the street, but were stymied by a county policy that severely curtails their access to inmates. But the local leaders who championed that policy say it remains an important protection against federal overreaching, and argue the criminal justice system has plenty of other ways to keep dangerous individuals locked up.
The conflict is at the heart of the Trust Act, a bill authored by Assemblyman Tom Ammiano, D-San Francisco, which if signed by Gov. Jerry Brown would order county jails to hold specific violent offenders for ICE agents. Brown has until Oct. 13 to sign or veto the bill.
Santa Clara County is one of a handful of counties in the state, and country, that currently ignores ICE requests for so-called civil detainers, which ask jails to hold inmates so agents can interview them. Continue reading this article
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