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FORGET ABOUT CIVIL WAR IN IRAQ - ONE IS COMING TO AMERICA
Apr. 11, 2006
While American troops are hunkered down in "safe zones" in Iraq
trying to stay out of an escalating civil war, our government seems
oblivious to a growing threat of civil war right here in the United
States. As anyone can see, millions of illegal aliens living here are
becoming more vocal, more demonstrative, more belligerent, and
more violence-prone by the day. Unless our government takes
deliberate and significant action immediately, America could be in
for serious civil unrest real soon.
It is absolutely incredible that our government would tolerate
people who are not even legal residents of our country to generate
the kind of mass demonstrations and protests that we are
witnessing on a daily basis! It is more than incredible; it is
According to The Christian Science Monitor (April 10, 2006),
immigrants (most of them illegal) are "mobilizing for major
'action.'" Nearly 100 American cities will soon feel the brunt of
Organizers describe these coming demonstrations as "the biggest
social movement of Hispanics since the United Farm Workers of
Cesar Chavez." In addition, organizers predict that thousands of
Muslims will also join millions of illegal Hispanics on what can
only be regarded as an anti-America crusade.
The American people need to understand that the United States is
under attack! No, not by Iraq or Iran, but by Mexico! Yes, Martha,
you had better believe it. The Mexican government is deliberately
and systematically working to destabilize and undermine the very
fabric and framework of American society. And President George
W. Bush and Senators John McCain and Ted Kennedy (among
others) are aiding and abetting this effort.
Right now, much of Latin America is embroiled in a serious
takeover by Leftist-Marxists. In all likelihood, Mexico's next
leader will be an open Leftist. Vicente Fox has helped create an
increased appetite for socialism (not that Mexico ever had a true
understanding of freedom and republicanism), and the next
Mexican leader is certain to finish the job.
However, Fox has done more than turn his own country leftward.
He has superintended over the biggest invasion of the United
States in our country's history. That's right, invasion! A close,
personal friendship with President George W. Bush has given Fox
the opportunity to purposely allow (or even send) millions of
criminals, thugs, anarchists, and potential terrorists to swarm over
our southern border in breathtaking numbers. (As I have chronicled
before in this column, nearly half of all illegal aliens currently
living in the U.S. came here since Bush became president in 2000.)
Yet, while Mexican President Fox encourages and even promotes
massive illegal immigration to the U.S., his own country's
constitution in Chapter 3, Article 33, states, "The Executive of the
Union has the exclusive right to expel from the national territory,
immediately and without necessity of judicial proceedings, all
foreigners whose stay it judges inconvenient. Foreigners may not,
in any manner, involve themselves in the political affairs of the
country." Imagine that.
Even without the massive demonstrations by millions of foreign
invaders, America is reeling from the negative effects that these
people have created. In an open letter to President Bush, Ron
Maxwell (writer and director of "Gettysburg" and "Gods and
Generals") wrote, "Where was the concern for American
schoolchildren forced to sit in overcrowded classes, for American
patients forced to wait in overcrowded hospitals, for American
workers whose wages are being undercut, for American drivers
forced to sit in interminable traffic jams in over-whelmed freeway
systems, for the victims of organized gangs, for the American
college students who are turned away from publicly funded state
universities, for many African Americans who are being literally
displaced from their neighborhoods while being moved
figuratively, once again, to the back of the bus, for those
environmentalists and conservationists who want to protect open
space and slow down urban sprawl, for the American taxpayers
who have had to bear the burden of billions of dollars in increased
welfare costs, over-burdened prisons, extra police and security and
even, adding insult to injury, for bilingual education?" (Source:
The Washington Times, April 6, 2006)
I trust Mr. Maxwell is not holding his breath while he waits for
President Bush to respond, because Bush knows the problems his
laxity and indifference have created and frankly, my dear, doesn't
give a darn!
If anything is going to be done about the illegal alien problem it
will be because the American people, conservatives, liberals,
moderates, independents, whites, blacks, Hispanics, Jews and
Gentiles, young and old, from blue states and red states, from big
cities and small farms, Christians and unbelievers stand up and in
no uncertain terms demand that the Congress of the United States
put a stop to it NOW!
This means making it a crime for any employer to knowingly hire
an illegal alien punishable with serious fines and imprisonment for
repeat offenses. It means demanding that our federal government
seal our borders (especially the southern one) and stop the tide of
foreign invasion immediately. If Saudi Arabia can put up a security
fence between itself and Iraq (and it is doing just that), we can put
one up between us and Mexico! It means to stop underwriting
these foreign invaders by not paying for their health care,
schooling, and food stamps. It means to stop giving them drivers
licenses. It means making certain punishment worse than any
We can either deal with the illegal immigration problem now as
described above or we will certainly deal with open civil war in the
very near future. The American people better decide right now
which it will be, because time is running out for Congress to be
able to fix the problem. Once that happens, we won't have to
worry about civil war in Iraq, because it will happen right here in
the United States.
© Chuck Baldwin
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