Illegal Aliens – AZ Law, California and the US – Facts (But Hey, Politicos – Emotion Gets Votes!)

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A firestorm of political anger over the Arizona Illegal Alien Bill has been stoked by the liberal media and politicians to evoke and provoke anger rather than reason and fact – that the bill is essentially anti-Mexican, and will result in arrant criminal “profiling”. Despite attempts to cite the words in the law – which specifically refute profiling – such arguments are like yelling into a North wind. As sympathies in behalf of the illegals are aroused in Americans unaffected by the issue, some facts on the two-sided subject are worthy of exposure.Before the Arizona bill was passed and signed into state law, AZ Senate hearings on border violence were held; some highlights of the testimony:
Rancher Rob Krantz had been murdered by a Mexican drug cartel on his ranch, a month before.
Arizonans who live within 80 miles of the Mexican border are constantly terrorized, have pleaded for help to stop the daily invasion across their property. Oftimes hundreds, sometimes a thousand illegals had come across the Krantz ranch in a day, vandalizing his property, stealing his vehicles. In the prior two years he had found seventeen dead bodies (and two Koran bibles – see last item).
Another rancher testified that daily drugs are brought across his ranch in a military-type operation: a point man with a machine gun in front; 1/2 mile behind, fully armed guards; 1/2 mile behind them, the drugs; 1/2 mile behind, more guards. The violence of this Mexican drug army was testified to by several fearful ranchers – and that their pleas for help were ignored by police and government. One man told of two illegals who came unto his property, one shot in the back and the other in the arm by the drug runner. He told of hearing night gunfire, of being afraid to leave his family alone on the ranch, and of even leaving the ranch for fear of household furniture being gone when they would return.
The border patrol is not positioned at the border but 60 miles away, with check points that do nothing to stop the invasion. They are not allowed to forcibly prevent anyone from entering – only to chase, those caught can then be taken back across the border.
Federal prisons have over 35%, Arizona prisons 20% of Mexican illegals. In the last few years 80% of AZ law enforcement officers that have been killed or wounded have been shot by an illegal.
The burden of funding state services used by illegal aliens continues to rise: education – over a billion dollars; healthcare – over a billion; state deficit of $3.5 billion.
The ranchers testified to a change in the people coming across our borders, that the type of illegals coming across now are not just looking for work and a better life, but apparently also followers of the Muslim faith.
Laments that Arizona and America have lost our language, that everything must be printed in Spanish and many other languages; and we have already lost our national history it is no longer taught in our schools; and we have lost our borders.
In addition to the Arizona testimony, information gathered by the Los Angeles Times and from the FBI, are well worth knowing:
40% of all workers in L.A. County (four of ten million people) work for cash and pay no taxes — they are predominantly illegal immigrants working without a green card.
Ninety-five % of warrants for murder in Los Angeles and 75% of the most-wanted list in Los Angeles are illegal aliens.
Over 2/3 of all births in Los Angeles County are to illegal alien Mexicans on Medi-Cal, – births are paid by U.S. taxpayers.
More than a third of all inmates in California detention centers are Mexican nationals, here illegally.
Over 300,000 illegal aliens in Los Angeles County are living in garages. Nearly 60% of all occupants of HUD properties are illegal aliens.
The FBI reports that half of all gang members in Los Angeles are illegal aliens from Mexico.
In L. A. County 5.1 million people speak English, 3.9 million speak Spanish; 21 radio stations in L. A. are Spanish speaking.
Although politicized to shift blame and anger to the American farm industry, less than 2% of illegal aliens do pick our crops, but 29% are on welfare.
Almost a third of federal prison inmates are illegal aliens.