Greetings Gentle Reader,

In view of the running gun battle illegal aliens have perpetrated at Cortez, CO; the dragging death of a woman outside of Denver, CO, also by an illegal; and the death of our son-in-law three blocks from his home in Las Vegas, NV, perpetrated by a naturalized citizen from Mexico, who drove a car at 135 mph on a city street with stop lights and several lanes each way; and in view of the other crimes, too numerous to mention, that are perpetrated from one end of America to the other by illegal aliens each day, it is time America’s citizens took action.

Since we have almost no chance of getting a fence built on the border with Mexico; and since we have few legislators with the courage to take the necessary steps to shut off the flood of illegal aliens coming across that border; and since those illegal aliens who are caught are transported back to Mexico; and since it takes them approximately three days to sneak back across the border; and since any Border Patrol agent with the courage to do his job will be convicted of crimes he has not committed and sentenced to twenty years in jail; and since President Bush has not and may never pardon said agents; I propose we take another tack.

Let’s create a chain-gang detention facility using Cochise County, AZ, Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s pattern, which would hold every illegal alien caught breaking any law at anytime, including lawbreaking committed in so-called "sanctuary cities." They would be shackled during mealtimes, shackled to their bunks each night, and shackled when they used the toilet. They would never have a chance to riot, escape nor attack their guards.

Those belonging to violent gangs would require especially tight security, and would require a special code on the computer identification chips inserted in all prisoners bodies. It would be essential for each prisoner to be iris scanned, facial structure scanned, and have computer identification chips inserted in their bodies. Chips should identify drug runners, coyotes, smugglers, etc.

Those detained in this facility would be nutritiously fed and their medical conditions treated, would be required to learn English, be educated and/or taught a trade, would be treated respectfully by carefully screened guards, but would have no contact with family members, especially they never would have opportunity to send their family the money Mexico so covets. They would have access to carefully screened non-activist priests and/or ministers, but no
access to either Muslim chaplains, representatives of their own government, nor activist organizations, nor lawyers, either foreign or domestic. They would do hard labor, labor
that would otherwise have to be done by hired laborers, including building a fence on the border, and would have one day of rest each week. They would have to wear clean clothes and bathe at the end of each day. They would have no other privileges.

These prisoners would continue in this state for a minimum number of years, which minimum would be specified, perhaps 10 or 15, but with no specific maximum.

Anyone showing violent or criminal tendencies would not be released unless or until those tendencies completely disappear. If that were never to happen, they would be incarcerated for the remainder of their natural lives.

Since so called "anchor babies" present a serious "daisy-chain" immigration problem, and since our legislators probably never will attempt to solve it, let us immediately take legal possession of every baby born to an illegal mother–a baby who will automatically be an American citizen–and place him/her for adoption to a previously qualified couple whose names would be on a computerized list available at every hospital in America. The couple would pay approximately $2000 to adopt the child, the money being split between the host hospital and the midwife who
delivers the baby, since the $10,000 that often is the fee is unconscionably extreme and disqualifies too many otherwise eligible couples.

Since these mothers would attempt to use phony or stolen Social Security numbers and birth certificates to prove citizenship, it would be imperative that data bases be made available to hospitals. Additionally, if documentation is questionable in any way, and if the mother speaks either poor English or no English at all, she would be presumed to be illegal, and her baby would be confiscated immediately.

If both of these practices were implemented –incarceration of all illegals who break any law and
confiscation and adoption of all babies born to illegals–our illegal immigration problem would diminish, at first slowly, then dramatically. In a very short period of time it would become non-existent. The only illegals we would have in the country would be law-abiding workers who would not ever be granted citizenship.

These things would only work if we first passed state laws that denied judges the power to interfere in this program. It would be hard, but could be done if we were sufficiently determined, especially to the extent of sending prisoners only to states that supported the program.

We’d better do something. If we don’t we can kiss our culture and even our country good-bye, because illegals are not only coming here faster than we can stop them, they are intentionally breeding themselves into a majority.

Originally published November 28, 2006


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2 comments:

    Lucy said...

    I so totally agree with this. Living in Arizona we see it all the time. The 'rights' being headed in the illegal alien all the time. When does it stop. They have more rights than American Citizens do. Ask the ranchers over whose land they trod coming over the border. McCain is pro open border. He is not the answer. He's done nothing for Arizona. And he wants to run the country? I fear.

  1. ... on February 18, 2008 at 9:39 AM  
  2. Anne Bradshaw said...

    Thanks for a great article.

    Speaking as a fairly new US citizen who jumped througth many hoops and paid full price to reach that status (and who is still waiting forever for a son to receive Permanent Residency, legally), it is difficult to accept that illegals can walk right in and receive citizenship without having to comply with all the rules and regulations.

  3. ... on February 18, 2008 at 1:32 PM