Skip to comments.The Botany of Illegal Immigration
Posted on 08/26/2005 8:06:25 PM PDT by garybob
There is a new kind of tree growing out west. Botanists have yet to decide how to classify it. Politicians and the major media seem to want to ignore it. The sight of one is enough to make weathered old cowboys who thought they'd seen everything in life break down and cry. Not many people have seen these trees, for they grow in out of the way places in the southwest desert along the border with Mexico. But those who have seen them are haunted by the memory. In an era of free trade agreements and politically correct euphemisms for "illegal aliens" they represent a new Mexican export to the United States. They are called "rape trees" and they bear a strange kind of fruit.
Panties. Yes, panties. It's like this: You'll be walking or riding along down by the border and all of a sudden you'll notice a tree full of panties, sometimes thirty or forty of them. Dr. Carol Hand, who was part of the Minuteman Project in Arizona back in April found one. She explained,
After the coyotes get the women across the border, safely on U.S. soil, they gang rape them to show they have total control over them. They hang their panties in the trees as signs of the conquest. I couldnt leave them there. As a woman, I had to take them down. . . If the women are young and pretty, they are kept in houses of prostitution where they have to have their families buy them out or work their way out. Of course, none will testify to this because the coyotes know where they are from and can seek revenge on their families in Mexico." Source: http://www.libertadlatina.org/
If you want see such a tree, you can find a picture of one at the website http://desertvisions.us/tree.html) . But seeing a picture of one doesn't do the evil embodied by this new vegetation any sort of justice. In a traditional society like Mexico, the worst violence you can do to a woman short of killing her is to rape her, to take her chastity, her innocence, all of her hopes and dreams for a loving husband and family and smash them into a million pieces. Count the panties on just one of these trees and consider the human cost. And there are such trees everywhere along thousands of miles of border.
This is the picture that pro-immigration advocates don't want you to see. George W. Bush, an otherwise decent man, has done nothing about these evil new arboretums growing in the US desert because he would have to offend his friend, Mexican President Vincente Fox, as well as all the fat-cat American businessmen who kick in to the GOP party coffers a portion of the profits they glean from an eminently exploitable illegal workforce. And so the rape trees grow and flourish in a place where it is tough for anything else to grow. Watered by the blood of innocents, fertilized with crazed machismo and Yanqui political indifference, the rape trees continue to blossom along our border to our country's eternal shame.
It is because of the rape trees that I am going to go to New Mexico in October to participate the next big Minuteman border vigil. It is time the American people put a stop to the travesty of our open borders. It is time to understand that "open borders" means they are open to every kind of evil, including gang rape and human trafficking.
For any decent, law-abiding American, to see a rape tree is to gaze upon the face of the enemy of civilization. To see the blood-stained ground beneath them is to behold the faces of their victims. Never forget that. When the proponents of illegal immigration and the liberal news media decry the Minutemen as "racists" and "vigilantes" ask them, "What about the rape trees?" Who besides the Minutemen are doing anything about the rape trees? And now that you know, if you do nothing, what does that say about you?
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