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CARTEL DE DROGA DE MEXICO SE QUIERE ADUEÑAR DE ARIZONA

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer said Friday that most illegal immigrants coming across the Mexico/US border are smuggling drugs; a labor union that represents almost 20,000 border patrol agents heavily disputed Brewer’s comments.

"Well, we all know that the majority of the people that are coming to Arizona and trespassing are now becoming drug mules," Brewer said. "They're coming across our borders in huge numbers. The drug cartels have taken control of the immigration.”

"So they are criminals. They're breaking the law when they are trespassing and they're criminals when they pack the marijuana and the drugs on their backs," Brewer said.

Reporters asked Brewer to explain her comments and she replied that many illegal immigrants crossing the border are coming to look for work but "are accosted, and they become subjects of the drug cartels."

In a CNN interview Friday, T.J. Bonner of the National Border Patrol Council said Brewer's claims were "clearly not the case." Bonner said there are some illegal immigrants coming across the border that carry drugs, and of those some say that they felt pressure from the drug cartels, but that the percentage is low. And if it was the case, there would be more drug related prosecutions.

Bonner said that her comments don't "comport with reality -- that's the nicest way to put it."

After making the public comments earlier on Friday, Brewer later released a statement that read:

"The simple truth is that the majority of human smuggling in our state is under the direction of the drug cartels, which are by definition smuggling drugs," Brewer's said.

"It is common knowledge that Mexican drug cartels have merged human smuggling with drug trafficking."
Brewer said the "human rights violations that have taken place (by the cartels) victimizing immigrants and their families are abhorrent."

Brewer’s new controversial immigration law is scheduled to begin July 29, and it has some people around the country outraged saying that it supports racism.

One week ago, a senior official at the White House announced that Obama administration lawyers will file a legal challenge against the Arizona immigration law within the next month, according to a breaking news report from CNN. This came after Hillary Clinton stated that a lawsuit would be brought against the state in a televised interview. Lawyers are expected to fill the legal challenge shortly before the new law would take effect on July 29. For more about that story, click here.

President Obama expressed his dislike for the bill and spoke about comprehensive immigration legislation, which would include a pathway for citizenship for some people who are in the country illegally. To read and see more about President Obama’s reaction to the bill, click here.

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer met with President Obama on June 3 about Arizona’s concerns, and Brewer came out of the meeting sounded positive about Obama’s response. During the meeting, Obama said that the issue of a lawsuit against the state of Arizona for its new law would be up to the Department of Justice. For more on that story, click here.

 

 

si todo esto sucede es culpa de obama!!!!

se le esta advirtiendo antes que este problema se haga mas grande!!

!!obama says "white folks" are "cruel" and "ignorant".but kenyan ambassador admits "obama born in KENYA"if so!!!!!! every treaty signed, every law signed, every cabinetappointment,every executive order executed---will be illegal and non-BINDING!!!!!

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RUSSIAN SPIES AND THE CASTRO CONNECTION

 

 

 

 

Posted By Humberto Fontova On July 1, 2010  In FrontPage

 

 

 

     It’s not often that Fidel Castro shares the stage. If during one of his weekly screeds (which he refers to as “Reflections”) he briefly steps aside to highlight a quote from a foreign well-wisher or agent, that brief quote will surely echo throughout his propaganda ministry.

    Among those on whom Castro has bestowed this rare honor is Vicky Pelaez, known primarily to Hispanics in the New York area for her columns (ongoing for almost 20 years) in El Diario/La Prensa, the largest circulation Spanish language paper in the U.S.

     “Hers is such a well-argued document,” Castro opined in his screed of May 8 [1] referring to an article by Vicky Pelaez, “that I do not wish to conclude this reflection without including it:

     “The huge marches of this May Day condemning the pernicious anti-immigration law passed in Arizona, have shaken all of the United States,” starts Vicky Pelaez as quoted by Castro. “[The law] resembles laws passed in Nazi Germany or South Africa in the apartheid period.”

      The article goes on to accuse Jan Brewer of “hate against people with an accent,” of “promoting ethnic cleansing,” and of authorizing Arizona’s police to fire upon people based on the color of their skin.  It was as if Vicky was transcribing from a mainstream media/Democratic teleprompter.  Castro quotes her for up to about 500 words, almost half of his screed. Again, a highly unusual honor in Castro’s universe. But then, Frontpagemag.com has already explained [2] Castro’s discomfiture with Arizona’s SB 1070.

    Ms. Vicky Pelaez became much, much better known this week when arrested by the FBI and charged (so far), along with 9 others, including her husband, of spying for the Russian Federation.  The FBI affidavit stated that she traveled to an unnamed South American country to pick up cash for fellow agents in Yonkers sent by Russian handlers and to pass on messages. According to the FBI, in one 2002 trip, Pelaez returned with $80,000 stuffed into her luggage — eight bags each containing $10,000.

       An item utterly unreported by the media is that Vicky Pelaez has been a faithful scribe for the Castro regime’s propaganda ministry [3] for years. Her work appears just to the left of Fidel and Raul’s own articles. As an interesting aside, the Huffington Post also publishes a Castro court scribe, [4] innocuously described as a “Cuba–based media analyst.”

      “Fidel Castro is already immortal!” wrote Vicky Pelaez [5] in the Castro regime’s house organ back in 2006:

     “He is a man who inspired and demonstrated the fertile path of truth for other leaders!…

         We had the moments of Christ, Mohammed, Confucius, Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Newton, Pascal, Bolivar, Marti, Che Guevara, etc. They all left the scene, yet unlike us mere mortals, they remain immortal…..they were rebels like the very angels of God who did not resign themselves to a sad destiny of mere mortals but instead valiantly challenged the very heavens to steal its glory!

        Fidel Castro Ruz belongs to that glorious group of rebels! With his towering intelligence, discipline, drive, and persistence he launched his heroic struggle and gained his people’s support to fight for new and sovereign Cuba! But his fight is not over…!”

        Manpower and time constraints prevent the FBI from using odes to Fidel Castro as tips to uncover Castro agents. Keeping tabs on Castro groupies would mean tailing the majority of the mainstream media pundits, Hollywood elites, and liberal arts faculties at every college and university from sea to shining sea—not to mention a plurality of Democratic legislators, including the entire Congressional Black Caucus. [6] One only need to consider the following evidence:

      “He looked directly into my eyes! Then he asked: how can we help President Obama? Fidel Castro really wants President Obama to succeed.” So exhaled CBC member Laura Richardson (D-Calif.) upon returning from a junket to Cuba in April 2009.

“It was quite a moment to behold! Fidel Castro was very engaging and very energetic.” CBC member Rep. Barbara Lee. (D-Calif.) stated after the same trip.

“He’s one of the most amazing human beings I’ve ever met!” CBC member Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.) announced after the trip.

 

      And from Hollywood:

     “Castro is very selfless and moral, one of the world’s wisest men.” (Oliver Stone.)

“If you believe in freedom, if you believe in justice, if you believe in democracy, you have no choice but to support Fidel Castro!” (Harry Belafonte.)

    “The eight most important hours of my life,” (Stephen Spielberg describing his dinner with Castro, as reported in the Wall Street Journal.)

     And also from the media:

    “Fidel Castro is Cuba’s Elvis!” (Dan Rather)

    “Fidel Castro is old-fashioned, courtly–even paternal, a thoroughly fascinating figure!” (Andrea Mitchell.)

   “Castro has brought very high literacy and great health-care to his country.  His personal magnetism is powerful, his presence is commanding.” (Barbara Walters.)

Alas, space restrains us here. The bandwith required to list all such odes to Fidel

     Castro would bankrupt George Soros.

    As to the story with Pelaez, Columnist Joy Tiz [7] reminds us of profound warnings issued from KGB defector Yuri Bezmenov back in 1984:

    “Cynical, ego-centric people, people who can look into your eyes with angelic expression and tell you a lie. These are always the most recruitable people (by the KGB) –people who lack moral principals – who are either too greedy or who suffer from too much self-importance.”

       This description would seem to capture Pelaez perfectly: Last week on the Spanish-language TV show A Mano Limpia [8], a former colleague of  Vicky Pelaez at New York’s El Diario/La Prensa named Miguel Ángel Sánchez, recalled Vicky’s suspension from the paper for plagiarism and how her husband Juan Lazaro (a Baruch college professor arrested with her) served as the official New York treasurer for the Peruvian Communist terrorist group Sendero Luminoso [9].

      KGB defector Yuri Bezmenov also revealed how “those who reject Communist influence in their own country will be character assassinated…” And as it happens, Castro’s press thinks rather poorly of a FrontPage writer whom they’ve placed on the Stalinist regime’s official enemies list. “Traitor, liar and cowardly Bambi-Killer” are among the mildest insults Castro’s press hurled against your loyal servant here. [10] (Also note how, in the 2nd paragraph, the Castro-regime’s house organ insults Frontpage Magazine, Jamie Glazov and David Horowitz.)

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Russian Spies and the Castro Connection

Posted By Humberto Fontova On July 1, 2010  In FrontPage

TRAITORRRR

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álbumes de felicidades

álbumes de felicidades 

 If Elena Kagan is confirmed to the Supreme Court, she will be on the bench for decades making decisions that will affect all of us. With so many outstanding questions, our elected representatives need to take the time to know what they are getting all of us into.

Dr. Charmaine Yoest is president and CEO of Americans United for Life.

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MIREN A ESTOS ILEGALES CUBANOS EN MEXICO !!

el 06-29-2010 06:47 PM

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Hallan a 20 cubanos en dos casas de seguridad en Cancún...
01_07cubanos2.jpgEn un operativo que inició la madrugada de este martes, elementos de la Policía Federal y del Instituto Nacional de Migración catearon casas de seguridad en la Supermanzana 50 de Cancún donde se ocultaban los cubanos indocumentados.
Jul 01 2008

CANCUN, MX.- La Policía Federal Preventiva logró la detención de 20 indocumentados cubanos en una operación sorpresa efectuada en dos casas de seguridad en la zona urbana de este destino vacacional logrando detectar además un campamento donde eran ubicados los llamados “balseros”.

01_07cubanos1.jpgEl operativo, que duró cerca de 8 horas, realizado en las primeras horas de esta madrugada se inició después de una llamada telefónica

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By Joe Kovacs
© 2010 WorldNetDaily

 

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A college instructor who worked as senior elections clerk for the city and county of Honolulu in 2008 is making the stunning claim Barack Obama was definitely not born in Hawaii as the White House maintains, and that a long-form, hospital-generated birth certificate for Obama does not even exist in the Aloha State.

 


Tim Adams, a former senior elections clerk for Honolulu, now teaches English at Western Kentucky University.

 

"There is no birth certificate," said Tim Adams, a graduate assistant who teaches English at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Ky. "It's like an open secret. There isn't one. Everyone in the government there knows this."

 

Adams, who says he's a Hillary Clinton supporter who ended up voting for John McCain when Clinton lost the Democratic nomination to Obama, told WND, "I managed the absentee-ballot office. It was my job to verify the voters' identity."

 

He says during the 2008 campaign when the issue of Obama's constitutional eligibility first arose, the elections office was inundated with requests to verify the birthplace of the U.S. senator from Illinois.

 

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"I had direct access to the Social Security database, the national crime computer, state driver's license information, international passport information, basically just about anything you can imagine to get someone's identity," Adams explained. "I could look up what bank your home mortgage was in. I was informed by my boss that we did not have a birth record [for Obama]."

 

At the time, there were conflicting reports that Obama had been born at the Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu, as well as the Kapi'olani Medical Center for Women and Children across town. So Adams says his office checked with both facilities.

 

"They told us, 'We don't have a birth certificate for him,'" he said. "They told my supervisor, either by phone or by e-mail, neither one has a document that a doctor signed off on saying they were present at this man's birth."

 

To date, no Hawaiian hospital has provided documented confirmation that Obama was born at its facility.

 


Copy of original long-form birth certificate of Susan Nordyke, born in Honolulu the day after Obama's reported birthdate. President Obama has never produced any document like this

 

WND confirmed with Hawaiian officials that Adams was indeed working in their election offices during the last presidential election.

 

"His title was senior elections clerk in 2008," said Glen Takahashi, elections administrator for the city and county of Honolulu.

 

Takahashi also confirmed Adams' time frame at the office from spring until the month of August.

 

"We hire temporary workers, because we're seasonal," he said.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Acusan tres cubanos en EEUU de secuestrar a compatriotas en México, no, no puede ser !! pero si son tan honrados y exitosos !!!

08 de julio de 2010

Acusan tres cubanos en EEUU de secuestrar a compatriotas en México

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Orlando (EEUU), 8 jul (EFE).- Tres cubanos afrontan cargos en Estados Unidos por secuestrar a compatriotas residentes su país de origen con la promesa de llevarlos a Florida, aunque finalmente los trasladaban a México, según informó hoy una fuente oficial.

El trío presuntamente integraba una banda de "secuestro internacional" que se dedica a engañar a cubanos residentes en Estados Unidos prometiendo traer a sus familiares en bote a Florida y, cuando logran sacarles de Cuba, los trasladan a México, donde los mantienen en cautiverio hasta que la familia pague un rescate.

Las autoridades estadounidenses acusaron a los hermanos Carlos Martínez de la Flor, de 32 años, y Héctor Daniel Camejo de la Flor, de 23, y a su tío Alexis Alberto Viltres Ramos, de 42, de secuestro, extorsión y conspiración para cometer secuestro.

La acusación fue revelada por la Oficina de Inmigración y Aduanas (ICE, sigla en inglés) de Tampa, en la costa oeste del estado de Florida.

Martínez de la Flor residía en México, mientras que Camejo de la Flor y Viltres Ramos en Miami.

Una de las víctimas rescatada por las autoridades informó a agentes del ICE que sus secuestradores dijeron a su padre, residente en Florida, que "matarían a golpes" a su hijo a menos que pagase los 10.000 dólares que exigían por su rescate.

"Ellos llamaron a su padre en Florida y le dijeron que si quería verlo vivo de nuevo tendría que entregarles el dinero", señala la acusación formal contra los tres individuos.

Martínez de la Flor supuestamente operaba la residencia donde las presuntas víctimas de secuestro eran mantenidas en México y sería quien exigía los rescates, que Camejo de la Flor y Viltres Ramos presuntamente cobraban en Florida.

En caso de ser declarados culpables, los tres cubanos enfrentan una pena máxima de cadena perpetua.

La acusación fue presentada en un tribunal federal de Tampa en mayo pasado por el Departamento de Seguridad Nacional (DHS, en inglés) y ICE que estuvo a cargo de la investigación.

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ilegalsoy ha escrito:

Acusan tres cubanos en EEUU de secuestrar a compatriotas en México, no, no puede ser !! pero si son tan honrados y exitosos !!!

08 de julio de 2010

Acusan tres cubanos en EEUU de secuestrar a compatriotas en México

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Orlando (EEUU), 8 jul (EFE).- Tres cubanos afrontan cargos en Estados Unidos por secuestrar a compatriotas residentes su país de origen con la promesa de llevarlos a Florida, aunque finalmente los trasladaban a México, según informó hoy una fuente oficial.

El trío presuntamente integraba una banda de "secuestro internacional" que se dedica a engañar a cubanos residentes en Estados Unidos prometiendo traer a sus familiares en bote a Florida y, cuando logran sacarles de Cuba, los trasladan a México, donde los mantienen en cautiverio hasta que la familia pague un rescate.

Las autoridades estadounidenses acusaron a los hermanos Carlos Martínez de la Flor, de 32 años, y Héctor Daniel Camejo de la Flor, de 23, y a su tío Alexis Alberto Viltres Ramos, de 42, de secuestro, extorsión y conspiración para cometer secuestro.

La acusación fue revelada por la Oficina de Inmigración y Aduanas (ICE, sigla en inglés) de Tampa, en la costa oeste del estado de Florida.

Martínez de la Flor residía en México, mientras que Camejo de la Flor y Viltres Ramos en Miami.

Una de las víctimas rescatada por las autoridades informó a agentes del ICE que sus secuestradores dijeron a su padre, residente en Florida, que "matarían a golpes" a su hijo a menos que pagase los 10.000 dólares que exigían por su rescate.

"Ellos llamaron a su padre en Florida y le dijeron que si quería verlo vivo de nuevo tendría que entregarles el dinero", señala la acusación formal contra los tres individuos.

Martínez de la Flor supuestamente operaba la residencia donde las presuntas víctimas de secuestro eran mantenidas en México y sería quien exigía los rescates, que Camejo de la Flor y Viltres Ramos presuntamente cobraban en Florida.

En caso de ser declarados culpables, los tres cubanos enfrentan una pena máxima de cadena perpetua.

La acusación fue presentada en un tribunal federal de Tampa en mayo pasado por el Departamento de Seguridad Nacional (DHS, en inglés) y ICE que estuvo a cargo de la investigación.


 

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no queremos a esos delincuentes!!!!:smileyvery-happy:iscuten: