Skip to comments.Translation of Mexican Invasion Handbook
Posted on 01/07/2005 10:58:33 AM PST by VU4G10
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OK, quick legal question: since this booklet can be reasonably argued as promoting a criminal act, it woudl seem that rippign it off woudl be reasonably ok. Consequently... how illegal would it be to re-print it with some... changes?
"When crossing the desert, make sure to bring as many salty snacks as possible."
"When crossing the river, wear lots of cotton and wool."
"When crossing major highways at night, you can never wear dark enough clothes."
Yesterday someone was wanting to see this translated but I can't remember who. Thanks.
NUEVO LAREDO, Mexico (Reuters) - The number of illegal immigrants detained on the U.S.-Mexico border jumped in late 2004 as the U.S. government tightened security, although some border agents said it only signaled that more people were crossing the frontier.
The U.S. Bureau of Customs and Border Protection (USBCBP) said 194,576 undocumented migrants were arrested crossing the border in the period from Oct. 1, 2004, to Jan. 4, up almost 13 percent from the same period a year earlier.
The government said improved security was behind the rise in arrests.
But border patrol agents said the rise in detentions simply reflects how more Mexicans have been crossing the border since President Bush announced last year a plan to legalize the status of illegal Mexican migrants.
"This is clearly tied in with President Bush's call after his re-election to revive the guest worker program," said T.J. Bonner, president of the National Border Patrol Council, an association representing 10,000 rank-and-file agents. "Migrants are rushing over the border to take advantage of that."
The USBCBP data comes nearly a year after the United States and Mexico agreed to tighten security on their border, seen by some as the soft underbelly for the U.S. war on terror.
"The numbers of detentions are up because we have more agents, more flexibility and more technology that contributes to us stemming the flow," Luis Gonzalez, acting spokesman for the USBCBP, said in a telephone interview from Washington.
Recent efforts by U.S. authorities to tighten border security include the allocation of a further 200 agents, four helicopters and an unmanned aerial surveillance drone to the U.S. Border Patrol in Arizona in an initiative last March.
Each year, more than 1 million undocumented migrants attempt to slip across the rivers and deserts that mark the 2,000-mile border in search of work in the United States. Almost half of them come through Arizona.
I did ask. but a while ago.
It's not quite as bad as I had anticipated. Still, it comes awfully close to being an act of war.
unreal--and it's both democrats and republicans at fault
Ridiculous statement Bump
It is totally ridiculous, isn't it? That's our border situation for ya.
Quite frankly, I am outraged about it.
If this is on the up and up, then where is Canada's guide to illegal entry to the US?
Well, at least it advises them to stay out of trouble.
Dunno about the advice to drink salty water, however.
Beware of patriotic gringos caring guns along the border - they are very pissed about invaders!
Act of war without a doubt. They are advocating and aiding the invasion of our country.