Skip to comments.News Report with Eyewitnesses Held in Illegal Immigrant Drop Houses (Very Insightful)
Posted on 06/04/2010 9:29:56 PM PDT by Tina Grazier
Electrocution, gang rape, sodomy, starvation, pistol whipping, amputation and other atrocities are all daily occurrences for those who thought they had paid the full fee needed to get into America,. This and more is all going on right next door to many unsuspecting citizens living in the suburbs. When Barney Frank, Christopher Dodd, and other politicians decided to force banks into giving loans to people who could not afford them so they could purchase homes, the housing market was bound to eventually come tumbling down. Well today, millions of foreclosed homes sit empty in suburbs all across America. Most have no buyers in site, and while the neighbors are paying little or no attention to who is coming or going at the homes. All the while human smugglers have moved in under the cover of darkness to turn many of them into house of horrors, also known as "Drop Houses".
These "Drop Houses" are where human smugglers keep illegals who paid money to be brought into America. The men and women being held, thought they would be waiting in comfort while the smugglers worked on transportation to take them even deeper into America to find employment and a new life in the land flowing with milk and honey. Instead, what they found was that their smugglers turned on them and demanded more money. If they cannot pay, they are held as hostages until family members back home pay the ransom needed to free their loved ones. All the while the men are sodomized, beat, electrocuted and even have fingers removed as proof that their captors are serious. The women and young girls fair no better as they too are physically abused, but also they are raped by the Coyotes repeatedly again and again, day after day.
Illegal immigration has reached epidemic proportions in America, and every state of the Union if feeling the effects of it. The many problems that stem from the illegal aliens coming to the United states are beginning to put such a strain on the country that even many liberals are now beginning to say enough is enough. I have already reported about the ecological disaster the illegals have done to the Sonoran Desert, and the "Rape Trees" that the Coyotes and drug runners have erected throughout the border states as a monument to the many women they have raped. I also showed you a video of what ranchers along the border see from their own kitchen windows on a daily basis.
Today I offer you a video of two illegals being interviewed who were held for ransom from family members back home, in a one of these many "Drop House" that the Coyotes control. Their names are Mario and Daniel, and they tell the reporter about the horrors inside the drop house they were held. For those of you who have yet to come to the proper conclusion that illegal immigration hurts everyone involved, please pay attention to what they say happened to.......
Maybe being a woman I am more sensitive to her then I am to the men, but come on they really seemed to dwell more heavily on the men then they did her. And they reporter was a woman.
I also want to say that I think that part of the problem is the way the reporter and others involved in the interview, just let the two men skip away like it was no big deal that they broke the law and should be deported, regardless of what happened to them in that house.
If an illegal woman claims sexual abuse, she gets a ticket to the head of the line for her papers.
This is a picture of the liberal utopia.
exactly!!!! now watch the state run bleeding heart liberal media, (and some limp FReepers I’m sad to say), be all over this...ie: the poor women/people etc. etc. etc. stay in your own damn country then you illegal criminal invaders.
So if the opposite were true, as it is in 99.99% of all stories about rape for the last 50 years, would you have mentioned the inequality towards the men's rapes?
Speaking as a woman, I mean.
Yes I would.
At least my husband would rail about it enough that my awareness would be aroused.
How did you put it in your Post #1? "But come on." Aroused awareness? I think your awareness is very aroused - and miffed that male rape is getting any acknowledgement at all. After all, that's the bastion of female victimization. It's why women get away with casual slander against men simply as a matter of course, why a phone call for "fear" gets a man arrested, while the opposite gets a laugh. Why men a slaughtered in divorce court. You know - "equality."
Think not? Let's look at your equality, then.
You wrote "come on they really seemed to dwell more heavily on the men then they did her. And they reporter was a woman."
Okay, let's examine your equality. Let's look at the actual sexual-violation related passages, shall we?
1. "Electrocution, gang rape, sodomy, starvation, pistol whipping, amputation and other atrocities are all daily occurrences for those who thought they had paid the full fee needed to get into America." - Sex References: 1 Women, 1 Men (nonspecified here but both sexes in related phrase later).
2. "All the while the men are sodomized, beat, electrocuted and even have fingers removed as proof that their captors are serious." - Sex References: 1 Men
3. "The women and young girls fair no better as they too are physically abused, but also they are raped by the Coyotes repeatedly again and again, day after day." - Sex References: 1 Women
4. "I have already reported about the ecological disaster the illegals have done to the Sonoran Desert, and the "Rape Trees" that the Coyotes and drug runners have erected throughout the border states as a monument to the many women they have raped. " - Sex References: 1 Women
5. "The violence that goes on inside these homes is nothing short of torture, as the sadistic gang members meet out punishment in many ways from genital electrocution to rape, of both men and women." - Sex References: 1 Women, 1 Men
Total Sex References: 4 Women, 3 Men
Sexual Violation Specific Emphasis - 3 Women:
1) "raped by the Coyotes repeatedly again and again, day after day"
2) Photograph of distraught woman
3) "the "Rape Trees" ... erected ... as a monument to the many women they have raped.
Sexual Violation Specific Emphasis - ZERO Men:
1) Two inclusion with general rape references which also include women
2) One mention simply listing sodomy with no other emphasis, included along with other nonsexual tortures
So IN FACT, there's quite a bit more emphasis on the sexual violations of women than those against men, in this article.
Of course, none of this really matters, does it? What matters is that men with guns will come if you cry "eek" because you... felt... something.
And if I've actually been convincing in any way about this, why, I'm not responding to your deliberate sexualization hijacking of this thread away from it's intended non-sexually specific theme - oh no - rather, it means I've got anger issues with women, because I didn't let it rest after you cried abuse.
After all, come on, you "felt" something, and that's more than enough under other conditions to get me arrested, or write me up on insensitivity charges and endanger my job, or convince a divorce judge to ban me from having access to my children.
And the best part is, all you have to do is make a wounded victimization comment, while a man has to create an entire rebuttal... and then you just get to walk away.
Good points all. However you bring up the points made in the article. I speak specifically of the video report which 99% OF those hearing about this will see.
The author of the article does a good job of equating the male female rape aspect, but not the video report.
I must assume the author of the article leans to the right where as the reporter leans to the left. That is why the minimal mention of female abuse.
Every reporter knows that if you really want people to stand up and take notice of a problem, you high-lite the abuse of women.
However, if you are doing this just because you want to seem fair, then high-lite the male abuse instead. That way you will have done your job without really effecting any opinions of the situation.
Which by the way is what we really need for the whole of America to really get behind Arizona and their just law.
It is not in jest and it was signed into law in 2003.