- "President Bush is ripping this nation apart,"
Ed Nelson, director of the U.S. Border Control said. "There is no
question that, unless he and Congress change their views on open borders,
mass immigration, exporting jobs and importing 'willing workers,' our soldiers
may soon be fighting a war on a third continent, North America."
- According to every poll taken in the past few years,
more than 80 percent of the American people oppose illegal immigration.
This figure includes all races, colors and nationalities. Yet, the President
ignores the wishes, hopes and aspirations of a majority of Americans.
- "Mr. Bush and the Republican Party deserve most
of the blame for our national crisis," Nelson said from his www.usbc.org
headquarters. "For four years, this Republican Administration, in
control of the White House, the House of Representatives and the Senate,
is responsible for holding the borders open, exposing Americans to terrorism,
uncontrolled immigration, increased crime and Third World diseases."
- Why are Republicans ignoring their political base and
putting our nation at risk? Some suggest that this is a payback to their
fat cat supporters who prefer to use cheap or slave labor rather than to
give living wages to Americans. Others suggest they follow the political
strategy of Karl Rove and other advisors who have convinced them they must
court the Hispanic vote to retain control of the government.
- "I believe the President follows a different agenda,"
Nelson said. "He is intent on creating a borderless, hemispheric,
free trade zone from the tip of South America to the North Pole. He is
trying to emulate the European model, but unlike Europe, where most of
the member nations are all First World economies, the Americas model has
the richest and most advanced nation living next door to a banana republic,
complete with corrupt politicians and oppressed, impoverished and illiterate
- Nelson continued, "But to accomplish his dream,
he is required to hold our borders open, knowing that he is putting us
at greater risk of terrorist attack. He knows that our health and welfare
systems will buckle and collapse under the strain of massive overpopulation.
Bush knows that our environment will suffer. He knows that thousands of
Americans will die of Third World disease for which we have no immunity.
This president knows that our social fabric, our language, culture and
heritage will be torn to shreds."
- Meanwhile, the American people, from both major parties,
are more than--they are ready to take to the streets. They feel a total
sense of helplessness because both major political parties ignore them
and, as a consequence, they have no place to turn.
- "The American people who are unemployed and underemployed--those
who feel their taxes are subsidizing illegal aliens' health and welfare
instead of funding Social Security & Medicare--those who are running
out of money--and those who have suffered at the hands of illegal aliens--will
take matters into their own hands," Nelson said.
- Already, two brave souls, Jim Gilchrist and Chris Simcox,
created Project Minuteman, in the hope that ordinary Americans, who love
their country, will come out, at their own expense, and assist the terribly
understaffed Border Patrol, in spotting illegal aliens and terrorists crossing
our southern border.
- "It is not at all surprising that this group has
already been branded by President Bush as "vigilantes" when,
in fact, every participant deserves a Presidential Medal of Freedom for
their selfless actions," Nelson said. "I am sorry to say I believe
it is quite likely that blood will be spilled in American streets this
year because of President Bush's indifference to the American people."
- On what is this assessment based? Many of those Americans
who reelected President Bush and gave him his alleged "political capital"
feel betrayed. Some are bewildered; others now feel that they've been betrayed.
- "Having been dazzled by a clever campaign strategy
that focused voters attention away from America's real, pressing problems
to emotional "moral" issues like gay marriage and abortion, many
American's are waking up to the stark reality of this national immigration
crisis," Nelson said. "Unemployment numbers are up; the stock
market is headed down; the dollar is collapsing worldwide. Even as he is
calling for open borders and guest worker programs, the President is announcing
the end of Social Security. Health care is no longer affordable to the
average American, but is available at our expense to illegal aliens."
- The president's often repeated slogan about matching
willing immigrant workers with willing U.S. employers when no Americans
can be found to fill the jobs is wearing thin with those millions of willing
American workers who are unemployed or underemployed. Bush is offensive
to every American who recognizes it as a lie hiding a hidden agenda.
- "The weakest link in our homeland security--our
borders remain wide open to the extent that illegal migration today is
as high as it ever was prior to 9/11," Nelson said. "This outrage
continues despite the fact that we now have hard evidence that terrorists
are using Mexico as a staging area to stockpile their weapons and their
troops. Our government's response to these facts has been astounding--cut
backs in border personnel; hiring freezes at Homeland Security; delays
in deploying improved surveillance equipment at border checkpoints, harbors
and airports; etc."
- All of these actions have taken their toll on our nation,
on our people; on our American way of life; and on our national psyche.
Things have to change and they will. The only question is whether the change
will be done in time to avoid civil unrest and bloodshed in the streets.
- "Unfortunately, the possibility exists that President
Bush and his utopian fantasies of a world without borders have powerful
allies on the other side of the aisle." Nelson said. "Most of
Washington's elite, from both parties, are members of the Trilateral Commission,
an organization whose stated goals are reflected in President Bush's current
border and immigration policies and his support for hemispheric treaties."
- That would mean the American people can expect no relief
from the political process. The last time that happened, there was another
George ignoring the American people - King George. Is it possible that
the Minutemen from Project Minuteman, guarding our borders in Arizona,
could be the first faltering steps of a new American revolution, trying
to get the attention of this century's King George?
- "All governments fall, eventually," Nelson
said. "The symptom is when those we elect begin to feel that they
are superior to the people they represent. George Washington stated "How
soon we forget history. Government is not reason. Government is not eloquence.
It is force. And, like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master."
- "Hopefully, this government will wake up and recognize
that, as a servant of the people, it should obey our Constitution,"
Nelson said. "Article IV, Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution states
that "The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union
a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against
invasion..." It is time to seal our borders against this Mexican invasion."
- If the Minute Man Project is any indication, King George
Bush is in for a reality check. His latest approval rating was 45 percent.
He could change it to 90 percent by shutting down our borders to this illegal
alien invasion. If he doesn't, Americans will!
- Write for that 28-point action letter to stop this nation-destroying
madness. For you West Coast night owls, every Thursday you can catch yours
truly in Las Vegas, Nevada on Mark Edwards' "Wake Up America"
talk show on 50,000watt KDWN-Am-720 10:00 PM to midnight PT, or on the
worldwide internet at www.wakeupamericafoundation.com On the home page,
click on www.americanvoiceradio.com heard around the world. Five nights
a week, Edwards engages patriots from across the nation to bring you the
latest on this nation-destroying invasion. If you are affected by illegal
aliens, please write 600 to 800 words for national publication. Your name
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