Illegal Immigrants Don’t Come Cheap

 

 

From a California school teacher – – -”As you listen to the news about the student protests over illegal immigration, there are some things that you should be aware of:

I am in charge of the English-as-a-second-language department at a large southern California high school which is designated a Title 1 school, meaning that its students average lower socioeconomic and income levels.

Most of the schools you are hearing about, South Gate High, Bell Gardens , Huntington Park , etc., where these students are protesting, are also Title 1 schools.

Title 1 schools are on the free breakfast and free lunch program. When I say free breakfast, I’m not talking a glass of milk and roll — but a full breakfast and cereal bar with fruits and juices that would make a Marriott proud. The waste of this food is monumental, with trays and trays of it being dumped in the trash uneaten. (OUR TAX DOLLARS AT WORK)

I estimate that well over 50% of these students are obese or at least moderately overweight. About 75% or more DO have cell phones. The school also provides [free] day care centers for the unwed teenage pregnant girls (some as young as 13) so they can attend class without the inconvenience of having to arrange for babysitters or having family watch their kids. (OUR TAX DOLLARS AT WORK)

I was ordered to spend $700,000 on my department or risk losing funding for the upcoming year even though there was little need for anything; my budget was already substantial. I ended up buying new computers for the computer learning center, half of which, one month later, have been carved with graffiti by the appreciative students who obviously feel humbled and grateful to have a free education in America .. (OUR TAX DOLLARS AT WORK)

I have had to intervene several times for young and substitute teachers whose classes consist of many illegal immigrant students here in the country less then 3 months who raised so much hell with the female teachers, calling them “Putas” whores and throwing things that the teachers were in tears.

Free medical, free education, free food, day care etc., etc., etc. Is it any wonder they feel entitled to not only be in this country but to DEMAND rights, privileges and entitlements?

To those who want to point out how much these illegal immigrants contribute to our society because they LIKE their gardener and housekeeper and they like to pay less for tomatoes: spend some time in the real world of illegal immigration and see the TRUE costs.

Higher insurance, medical facilities closing, higher medical costs, more crime, lower standards of education in our schools, overcrowding, new diseases etc., etc, etc. For me, I’ll pay more for tomatoes.

We need to wake up. The guest worker program will be a disaster because we won’t have the guts to enforce it. Does anyone in their right mind really think they will voluntarily leave and return?

There are many hardworking Hispanic/American citizens that contribute to our country and many that I consider my true friends. We should encourage and accept those Hispanics who have done it the right and legal way.

It does, however, have everything to do with culture: A third-world culture that does not value education, that accepts children getting pregnant and dropping out of school by 15 and that refuses to assimilate, and an American culture that has become so weak and worried about “politically correct” that we don’t have the will to do anything about it. If this makes your blood boil, as it did mine………forward this to everyone you know.

CHEAP LABOR?
Isn’t that what the whole immigration issue is about?
Business doesn’t want to pay a decent wage.
Consumers don’t want expensive produce.
Government will tell you Americans don’t want the jobs.

But the bottom line is cheap labor. The phrase “cheap labor” is a myth, a farce, and a lie. There is no such thing as “cheap labor.”

Take, for example, an illegal alien with a wife and five children. He takes a job for $5.00 or 6.00/hour. At that wage, with six dependents, he pays no income tax, yet at the end of the year, if he files an Income Tax Return! ………he gets an “earned income credit” of up to $3,200 free.


*He qualifies for Section 8 housing and subsidized rent.
*He qualifies for food stamps.
*He qualifies for free (no deductible, no co-pay) health care.
*His children get free breakfasts and lunches at school.
*He requires bilingual teachers and books
*He qualifies for relief from high energy bills.
*If they are or become, aged, blind or disabled, they qualify for SSI (Social Security Income) Once qualified for SSI they can qualify for Medicare. All of this is at (our) taxpayer’s expense.
*He doesn’t worry about car insurance, life insurance, or homeowners insurance.
*Taxpayers provide Spanish language signs, bulletins and printed material.
*He and his family receive the equivalent of $20.00 to $30.00/hour in benefits.

Working Americans are lucky to have $5.00 or $6.00/hour left after paying their bills plus his own. The American taxpayers also pay for increased crime, graffiti and trash clean-up.

Cheap labor? YEAH RIGHT! Wake up people. THESE ARE THE QUESTIONS WE SHOULD BE ADDRESSING TO THE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES FOR EITHER PARTY AND WHEN THEY LIE TO US AND DON’T DO AS THEY SAY, WE SHOULD REPLACE THEM AT ONCE!’

……FORWARD this article to everyone you know.

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More Refugees To Support

Canadian Generosity Vs Stupidity

Foreign Seniors Displacing Canadians

Illegal Aliens KILL Thousands Yearly

Illegal Aliens Get Red Carpet Treatment

Criminal Minds & Open Borders

Crime & Race

Immigrant MYTHS vs REALITY

TRACKING SYSTEM – Illegal Alien Activity

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Health Card Fraud & Other System Failures

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By Julie Taub

[Note: Ms. Taub identifies four immigration-related ways to improve Canada’s Health Care system: parts 1,3 and 4 deal directly with immigration; part 2 deals with “doctor shopping” and presumably involves both long-term Canadians as well as legal or illegal immigrants.]

Waiting times, shortage of doctors—–health care is a pressing concern to all Canadians. There are countless articles on how to reform health care: inject more money, repeal the Canada Health Act, privatize, combine private public etc. The suggestions and criticism are endless…………………………………………………………….

But the obvious, most fundamental problems, which would be simple to address and not require changes in the law or a huge injection of tax dollars to implement, are overlooked.

[Part 1] Has any politician ever thought to investigate whether everyone on the waiting lists, emergency departments, doctors’ offices is really eligible for health care?? Having a health card means little because there are hundreds of thousands of fraudulent [health] cards; the government of Ontario distributed 500,000 (!) too many under the Conservatives. In Ontario, the majority of health cards have no pictures, such as mine until several weeks ago. Thousands have obtained health cards fraudulently in Ontario and I am sure across Canada. Americans living near the border can rent or buy health cards. Some permanent residents and citizens rent or lend their cards to friends or family who visit them from abroad. I am an immigration lawyer, and some of my clients have confirmed that this practice is rampant. (Editor’s Note: Former B.C. MLA David Schreck has recently pointed out B.C. irregularities similar to those in Ontario.)

It is not a monumental task to enforce the existing legislation to avoid fraud. Ensure that ONLY Canadian citizens, permanent residents and legitimate foreign workers have access to our health care system. In addition to presenting a health card, each user should provide proof of being a citizen or permanent resident of Canada. This is not onerous because since December 31, 2004 all permanent residents are required to have PR cards. A passport, citizenship card or birth certificate (with photo I.D.) easily confirms citizenship. No new laws would be required for this confirmation, merely enforcing existing laws that limit health care to citizens and permanent residents. Refugee claimants are well documented and do not have health cards. Their health care costs are covered directly by the federal government, so they are not part of this problem. Rather than investigating individual cases that may come to the attention of authorities after the fact, it would be far more efficient and cost effective to prevent such fraud in the first place.

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Pouring millions of dollars into the existing health care system without addressing this massive costly abuse is like installing a high efficiency furnace in one’s home but leaving the windows wide open in winter.

[Part 2] There is a second area of abuse that is widespread and acknowledged: the overuse of the medical system by users who engage in doctor shopping. In order to get narcotics such as codeine, abusers will visit several different doctors to get multiple prescriptions for their personal addiction or for trafficking. [Also] patients who visit several different doctors for an ailment may end up with several different prescriptions, which, in combination may be deleterious to their health or even fatal. Then of course there are those who go from doctor to doctor until they get a diagnosis and treatment that they want, even though it is not necessary.

Digitizing medical records of each patient would make the system more efficient by permitting a doctor’s immediate access, with a password, to a patient’s medical history. This would curb abuse, multiple prescriptions and errors in over prescribing medication to patients, essentially abolishing doctor shopping. It would also improve waiting times and facilitate diagnosis and treatment or simply help narrow down or eliminate a diagnosis on the exhaustive list of differentials. Imagine having a patient’s previous CT or MRI on-hand when a potential stroke patient comes into the ER. Or imagine an unconscious patient being brought to ER and discovering immediately that they have diabetes and a history of hypoglycaemic episodes. It will also help bridge the gap in communication between health care facilities. Hospitals and clinics are over crowded with patients’ paper records containing their health care information, which could be scattered anywhere from Ottawa to Toronto to Thunder Bay! Imagine the money saved on couriers, phone calls, faxes to obtain patient information, not to mention PAPER!

Critics of this on-line system cite the invasion of privacy, yet on-line banking that puts clients’ entire financial profiles on-line doesn’t seem to elicit the same fear-mongering.

[Part 3] The shortage of doctors can be partially addressed with the reduction of the number of foreign graduate residency placements in Canadian teaching hospitals. A significant portion of residents in most Canadian teaching hospitals are foreign medical graduates, particularly from Middle East countries, excluding Israel. The medical schools charge about $40,000 to $50,000.00 a year for each spot, enough to cover the training expenses. There are now approximately six hundred Saudi Arabian doctors getting their residency training in [our] Canadian system, along with some 300 from other countries, mostly from the Middle East. That represents about 10 per cent of all residency spots. Significantly, the Canadian Medical Association says the Canadian medical system needs about the same number of new Canadian residency spots as what the foreign doctors are buying, that. Plus, the CMA says, the medical schools need more funding, to produce the doctors to take that training.

Only the medical schools benefit from these tuitions. A significant proportion, if not the majority of residents in surgery, orthopaedics, emergency and other specialities, are Saudi, Libyan, Kuwaiti and other foreign graduate doctors who return to their countries upon completion of their 5 year resident programmes at major urban Canadian hospitals. Canada does not benefit in any way from these placements; on the contrary this may be a significant contributing factor to the shortage of doctors. As a result, our medical graduates compete for fewer residence placements.

The doctors in the hospital who train these foreign doctors do not get any compensation. Our Canadian residents also have to compete for training and attention from the attendees with these foreign medical graduates. The entire country is lucky to get a very limited number of new orthopaedic surgeons a year, because the majority are foreign graduates who return to the Middle East. In many hospitals, the surgical residents are often referred to as the “Saudi or Libyan team”

The solution is simple: that 10% (currently occupied by non-Canadians) should be reserved for Canadian doctors or immigrant doctors who will remain in Canada. If and only if there are surplus residence placements available afterwards, then and only then should the medical schools accept foreign medical graduates.

[Part 4] Immigrant foreign trained doctors: Unfortunately, multiculturalism interferes with granting Canadian medical licences to foreign-trained doctors in an efficient manner. It is not politically correct to state that not all foreign-trained medical doctors are equally proficient. We all know that medical standards around the world are not the same. Yet Canada insists on treating all foreign trained doctors the same. For example, it is well known that Western European, Israeli, Cuban and Japanese medical standards and training are far superior to those in third world countries. The provincial governments should recognize the obvious and vary the length of residency training accordingly. This would allow Western-trained foreign doctors to enter medical practice sooner.

[Editor’s Note: While all this fraudulent health care acquisition, costing tens of million$ of our tax dollars (not to mention organized crime activities) is happening right “under our noses”, O.P.P. Commissioner Fantino and his minions think it more important to focus on ‘soft targets‘ such as Ontario drivers who fail to buckle their seatbelts as in the previous article [or HERE], where less than 1% of drivers stopped for inspection were not complying with this revenue-gathering law.]

Publisher’s Memo On Immigration

Toronto-bound?

Why is the media (MSM) so utterly useless on immigration? Brenda Walker has uncovered this interesting Publisher’s Memo below.

“The following guide is designed for you young and/or inexperienced writers on how to fashion an article about immigration that is acceptable to modern journalistic standards of diversity and multicultural values. (…. and you liberal-types thought your noble ideology originated from your own mind)

Management wishes that the newsroom speak in one voice about newcomers
in
America (or Canada) and how they contribute to our marvelous diversity which only adds to our strength. We have included examples to make it perfectly clear the tone we want. Standard phrases that may be used often are indicated within quotes. This is not rocket science, people! Follow the approved boilerplate and you will do very well.

Rather than do factual articles that would inform (and possibly alarm) readers about exploding population growth and rapidly changing ethnicity, this paper stays above any divisive material that might be seen as anti-immigrant. Giving ammunition to those who don’t like the demographic transformation of America (and Canada) does not fit the business plan here at the PC Press.

While facts may be occasionally appropriate as background color, this newspaper is looking for human interest—that means drama, characters and emotions in play. Bring out the David and Goliath angle, particularly the hard-working immigrant up against the machinery of the Uncaring State. Is the person illegal in some sort of dry, law book sense? Don’t dwell on that insignificant detail, and be sure to use the term “undocumented” at all times. We are pro-immigrant at this paper and don’t want anyone to forget it, particularly the new multicultural readers we are still trying to attract.

In writing about the “plight” of immigrants, it is important to choose your subject well. Find a personable immigrant family, preferably with a winsome child (”Rolando… with almond eyes and a mop of brown hair… one of the unintended victims of Sept. 11″). Use tragic anecdotes about the evil system crushing poor people “in search of a better life.” Use plenty of quotes, particularly complaints about how unfairly they are treated by an America grown cold and heartless toward the millions streaming through its borders. This slant makes the paper appear concerned with social justice issues. Emphasize the struggle and frustration. When there is a success, don’t forget those “tears of joy.” Imagine you are doing a promo for Save the Children.

One Seattle story began with a vignette of an immigrant mom staying home from work with sick kids and struck just the right note as it described how the little moppets “fought off fevers and struggled to keep down cups of chicken soup.” Chicken soup! They weren’t even Jewish! Come to think of it, what could be more universal than chicken soup? We all love chicken soup when we are sick. Details about the kiddies transitioning in school—learning a few phrases of English, playing soccer, teaching bits of their language to new American [Canadian] friends—are another good element. Of course they want to become Americans [Canadians], more or less, although as part of a multicultural salad with separate crunchy units rather than into an old-fashioned retro melting pot. (One insightful memo from the Publisher refers to assimilation as ‘meltdown’—a little humor from the Big Guy!)

Today’s young people will be citizens of the world, so our paper should
underline the new globalist sensibilities. Adherence to the nation-state model is not how this company envisions the future.

Another topic that is always good for recycling is the increasing influence of Hispanic voters. If you have a penchant for Census figures and other numerics, an explanation of the expanding Latino voting bloc and the scramble of politicians for their votes is good. The fact that few new Hispanic citizens are interested in bothering to vote is irrelevant.

September 11 brought new challenges to the sensitive reporter. Above all, stories should not inspire anti-Muslim hatred, since it would be judgmental to note that Arabs living in America have not been enthusiastic in their denunciations of terrorism. They are probably just shy, and we shouldn’t inspect their priorities in loyalty too closely. One approach would be to find an Arab still incarcerated without any civil rights and then probe victim-hood psychology in a unique jailhouse setting.

Don’t burden readers with annoying facts about how illegal aliens (remember to call them “the undocumented”) might use up scarce resources like education and healthcare that old-fashioned nationalists feel should be used for America’s own disadvantaged. Definitely employ remarks from the subjects about how they “work hard” and “pay taxes,” but don’t get into minutia about how those taxes don’t completely cover the benefits received. It’s too distracting from the emotional flow.

A word of warning: we don’t want to see any controversial pieces about immigrants and crime. Even if immigrants do have a higher rate of crime than Americans [or Canadians], presumably they are just having a hard time adjusting to a new culture. It would be mean-spirited to mention the high rates of incarceration and would play into the hands of right-wing extremists who believe laws should be enforced. Let’s just not go there.

Recently some of our editors have received complaints that our paper is ignoring unpleasant effects that so many millions of immigrants are having on our own local people. Management feels that such concerns are disturbingly selfish, what with many low-skilled jobs going undone. (Even with millions of immigrant workers, it is still hard to find a decent gardener or maid for under $5 per hour!) Furthermore, these are “jobs that Americans [Canadians] don’t want.” Just because they may pay considerably less than an American can live on is no excuse. Blue-collar Americans should just cozy up in their housing arrangements to save money if they really want to work. People simply have to accommodate progress to get along.

Above all, this [news] paper emphasizes that we are a “nation of immigrants” and we expect our news stories to reflect that ideology…regardless of facts.”

Brenda Walker is the publisher of Immigration’sHumanCost.Org and
LimitsToGrowth.org.

[Whether this “publisher’s memo” is genuine or not, is difficult to ascertain. However, for anyone who reads newspapers from most western countries, including Canada, you’ll find the above descriptive prose relating to ‘immigrants’…… always, in the most positive slant. There are simply no ‘negatives’ to immigration… according to mainstream media MSM.]

“News” Vs Propaganda

By Dorothy A. Seese

The briefest scan of the [so-called] “news” pages reflects nothing new. The same garbage in the Middle East, and the so-called Peace Process which is no process at all. The same war in Iraq, with only a few knowing what is really going on in that nation. Americans are given perceptions. Facts are scarce. War with Iran looms large in the windows of fear among Western people and nations. We only want things that stay “over there” among smaller, weaker nations with no real armaments of mass destruction. Many Americans oppose the “war” over there because it isn’t a real war, it’s an invasion and failed occupation of a formerly sovereign nation, caught up in a rebellion the media calls an “insurgency” because some folks don’t like what America did and they’re taking it out on every American they can find.

Now and then a volcano erupts, an airplane crashes, or an unexpected face takes first place in a golf tournament. That’s minor news, stuff that used to be the page 12 items.

Where’s the news?

What really is going on in Iraq? Do we know how many people are actually being killed? Or do we release figures that “prove” we have a war to fight, but not enough to raise national ire to boiling point? Why is America still in bed with the Saudis, a strict monarchy with no inclination to become a democratic nation, when we have our own oil supplies? What’s the real story behind the rising oil prices? If we don’t have enough oil reserves, what happened to them? Why did the government decide to invade the Middle East? Was it to protect Israel? Come on, let’s have news that stings, that bites, that gives facts rather than government-approved propaganda. Americans should demand the truth, not accept the plates of trash they’re handed. They wouldn’t accept garbage plates in a restaurant, why do they accept trash for their minds?

Who [IS] picking freedom out of American pockets while the media points somewhere else? “Look over there” is the general tone. Look at the airliner crash, at the weather in Madrid, at Iran’s supposed nukes, but don’t look at home, don’t put the finger on the bums in public office who are selling out this nation and stifling freedom by needless laws and unconstitutional restrictions against public displays of Christian religious beliefs while supporting the same types of displays by other religions. And how about government grants to universities to further their studies on evolution, a truly outdated theory that is just convenient because the “news media” doesn’t expose what scientists really know about the probabilities of a universe of intelligent design that demands a Creator. Why isn’t the agenda being exposed? Is it because the promoters of the agenda own the press? Well, in part yes, but what else?

Media doesn’t ferret out all the anti-God nonsense going on in this country, reporters don’t count the crimes against citizens who try to stand for the Constitution or bring up their children according to their religious beliefs. The stories are slanted to make Christians look like whack rebels while the government entertains “dignitaries” of Islamic nations wearing costumes that were in fashion 1,500 years ago and who hold their women with as much regard as their cattle, or less. Then our leaders speak of spreading democracy, and the USA isn’t a democracy (at least not by the Constitution) but a federal republic…….What hypocrisy!

Cable and broadcast news has made an icon out of Peter Jennings because he died of lung cancer. If he had died of pancreatic cancer, would it be the same? No. He would have quietly departed amid hushed farewells and that would have been the end of the matter. In death, he’s an icon because he is now a tool for those who want to tell others what to do and not to do, beginning with tobacco. Choice has nothing to do with freedom in their minds. That’s a totalitarian mindset. The food police are on the job also. So are the vitamin police, willing servants of big pharmaceutical houses that object to the billions of dollars that Americans spend, as a matter of free choice in a supposedly free nation, on vitamins, minerals and food supplements as opposed to prescription drugs.

[…]

I’d say it appears that every third commercial on television (cable, channels about food, weather and travel) is for some new drug. “Ask your doctor….” or “you may be at risk.” Just enough to put a seed of fear into your mind. Then you run to the doctor and fork over some money there, perhaps also to the lab for expensive tests, and then buy some prescription drugs you may not need at all and could backfire down the road of life when you aren’t expecting it. No wonder it takes so long to get an appointment with a doctor now. The offices are filled to overflow with folks who think they might be “at risk” of dying. Well, they are. Everyone who has ever lived has also died, and nothing has changed that fact.

How many new pills does each pharmaceutical house release each year? I don’t see that in the news. What is the cumulative total of consumer purchases for prescription drugs, particularly new ones? I don’t see that in the news. It hasn’t even been put in public view that the government doesn’t want us to have free choice about what we elect to put in our mouths … food supplements and herbals vs. prescription drugs. That doesn’t make the news. It slips under the so-called “radar” of public view while the media points to some riot in Obu-Dobu that has no bearing on Americans.

I’m not hearing as much now about the border issues. Has something closed the border? Or just shut off the news about it? I suspect the latter. The drug trade is way too profitable to shut down ingress to the US by illegals and smugglers. This government has no intention of closing borders, rather it is in favor of opening them. Are open borders on the front page? Not that I’ve seen. Politicians don’t like to disclose their private views, they hire speechwriters to tell the people what should be done, not what they intend to do.

[…]

As it is, the media simply rehashes the old news, which is no news, and picks out some celebrity to feature. So-called “news” is there to entertain more than inform now. Worse, it is there to instill fear in the public consciousness with every newscast so that there is unrest, uneasiness and a plethora of vague fears in the public mind. Which is worse? Dying of bird flu or cancer? I cannot answer that. To me, dead is dead and the direction of our soul is the only meaningful issue. Death is unavoidable, so let’s get on with life. Happiness will prolong life but the things we fear will snuff it out. However, happiness of the genuine fabric has been displaced by materialism, the act of trying to fill spiritual and emotional voids by stuffing the hole in the soul with “stuff.” We can buy now and pay later, we can increase personal debt, we can hand currency to children who want some of our time and attention.

Is that in the news?….very seldom. That’s feature material. News is who killed someone, how our wars are going, crimes in the neighborhood and vast devastation brought about by natural disasters.

There was a time I wanted to be a journalist. Not now, even if I weren’t well into retirement. If I could not write the truth I found, I would not write. Searching out truth now is a hazardous business, seemingly more certain to cause untimely death than tobacco of any sort. Just count, if you can, the number of bio-scientists and others who might embarrass the government who have committed suicide (with a gun fifty feet away) or otherwise met with the grim reaper in some unexpected place. Being prominent, knowing too much, or chasing truth by discarding the babble spewed out by politicians is very much a health hazard.

Truth is truth. In journalism, if it isn’t truth, it isn’t news — it’s propaganda.

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Massive Immigration Numbers (Video)

Google Video (Click here)

Roy Beck’s celebrated demonstration of the population consequences of current U.S. immigration policies has entertained and shocked audiences across the country. This video is packed with the facts and analysis that make moral and practical sense of a complex and highly contentious issue….Also check out http://vdare.com/

(Approx. 14 mins.)

Google Video (Click here)

MSM Silent On Savage Torture/Murders

By Curt Maynard

[…] [Note: Some links have expired]

Last January [2007], two Knoxville, Tennessee residents, college student Channon Christian 21 yrs, set to graduate this year, and her boyfriend Chris Newsom 23 yrs, were minding their own business and going about their own lives when they were carjacked by two black males, Devall Davidson[5] and Letalvis Darnell Cobbins.

Just taking Christian’s Toyota 4-Runner wasn’t all these two had in mind, they kidnapped the boyfriend/girlfriend pair and forced Christian and Newsom to accompany them back to their ‘seedy rental house,’ where they then enlisted the help of two others, including a black female named Vanessa Coleman and proceeded to sodomize Chris Newsom in front of Channon before they emasculated [castrated] him and shot him in the head. He was then “bound and his body wrapped up in bedding and set afire,” prior to being “discarded like trash along nearby railroad tracks.”

 

A most horrific and unimaginable fate awaited Channon….after being traumatized by seeing her boyfriend raped and executed before her eyes, the three males, Davidson, Cobbins and George Thomas with the assistance of the female Coleman proceeded to subject Channon to a brutal and continuous series of rapes, including sodomy and God knows what else over a period of two days inside that house – they literally tortured her in ways that defy even the most jaded imagination for two days! Later her “battered body was found stuffed in a trash can.”[6]

“Battered” in this case means that she was dismembered so that her corpse would fit neatly into several plastic bags. According to Vanessa Coleman, after they tired of torturing and raping Channon, the men urinated on her, and poured “cleaning chemicals” into her mouth and down her throat in an effort to destroy the physical evidence they had left behind. They then inexplicably cut off her breasts, dismembered her body and threw it in a trash can at the residence.

[…]

The purpose of my writing this particular piece has little to do with drawing attention to the very real problem America has at present with violent crime involving blacks.[7]

 

I’m not attempting to foment problems along racial lines either; I am merely stating undeniable, albeit politically incorrect facts. If these facts motivate you to leave comments on this article that attempt to justify and/or excuse the savage behavior of these men in any way whatsoever, congratulations, YOU are part of the problem. The reason I am even writing this article, which as I alluded to earlier deviates from my typical area of interest is because the news media has taken it upon itself to murder Channon Christian and Chris Newsom a second time by burying the story of what happened to them and thus sacrificing their memory on the alter of political correctness.

It is essential for those that seek to create an illusory multicultural paradise that you and I believe in its possibility. They would like for you and I to embrace this farce with religious fervor, because faith in it is the only thing that keeps it all from falling apart. There will be many that will comment on this article and they’ll insist that multicultural pluralism hasn’t failed us, that it is the inherent racism of whites and/or the unwillingness of whites to “stick it out” that prevents us all from realizing the utopian world multiculturalism promises. It’s a lie folks. It isn’t going to work. Bear with me a little longer. (Click Links in light red)

 

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[This suppressed news article is not the first time the national or international news media has ignored a story of this importance, nor will it be the last. If you didn’t hear about another brutal murder story a few years ago (click here & here) that occurred in Wichita, Kansas….it’s because it was not intended for distribution beyond the local area. Instead…we are bombarded with hourly news items related to the Middle Eastern countries, half-way around the world… 24/7! If this story was broadcast nationally, it’s doubtful the mainstream media (MSM) would highlight the races of the victims and their murderers. That would have happened, only if the victims had been a Black couple, and their murderous trio been White.

Once again, the ordinary news reader is expertly guided by the controlling press barons whose only concern is to manage and direct your thinking for you.]

ALSO READ:

U.S. Homicide Trends By RACE 

Crime & Race

Scientific Racial Profiling

 

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