July 24th, 2014
by ADAN SALAZAR
As the government allocates resources to South Texas, it is systematically leaving areas within the U.S., as well as vast swaths of land along the border, unguarded, outspoken former Tucson Sector Border Patrol agent Zach Taylor says in an excerpted clip taken from an upcoming documentary entitled, “Back to the Border.”
“This gives people that are trying to get their infrastructure, their personnel, their drugs, their dirty bombs, their biological weapons, their chemical weapons into the United States without being noticed” the opportunity to do so, “because this part of the border is open, it is not being controlled,” the 26-year Border Patrol veteran outlines in the extensive interview.
“If asymmetrical warfare is going to be successful, the first thing that has to be done is to compromise America’s defenses against invasion,” Taylor says, “because they have to have their personnel inside the United States to affect the infrastructure.. they have to affect the degeneration from inside the United States.”
The retired federal agent claims that by magnifying the mere ten percent of the influx that is actually apprehended, and by mostly centering on the one percent who are immigrant minors, the government is deliberately drawing attention away from the hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens who evade capture – who may or may not be harboring communicable diseases, or may or may not have gang affiliations.
In Central America, children as young as 10 join violent gangs, like MS-13, an intelligence report notes, and according to an FBI report, many are initiated by having to commit murder.
“What the people don’t realize is that it is putting their own children at risk, because these children are going to be put in schools with their children,” Taylor says.
Taylor, who also serves as Chairman of the National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers, had previously made headlines for slamming the recent immigrant wave as an Obama administration-manufactured crisis.
“This is not a humanitarian crisis,” Taylor wrote in a press release last month. “It is a predictable, orchestrated and contrived assault on the compassionate side of Americans by her political leaders that knowingly puts minor Illegal Alien children at risk for purely political purposes. Certainly, we are not gullible enough to believe that thousands of unaccompanied minor Central American children came to America without the encouragement, aid and assistance of the United States Government.”
Below is a transcript of the portion of the video where Taylor explains how the immigration crisis is covert asymmetrical warfare aimed at the U.S. public.
The whole idea of asymmetrical warfare is to defeat your enemy from within. It is not to attack him from without. Of course the threat comes from without, but they have to be inside of the US to effect a successful warfare strategy.
If asymmetrical warfare is going to be successful, the first thing that has to be done is to compromise America’s defenses against invasion, because they have to have their personnel inside the United States to affect the infrastructure: our hospitals, our schools, our electric grid, our power supplies our water supply – basically what we call “infrastructure.” All of those things create our infrastructure – but they have to affect the degeneration from inside the United States.
The markers that we’re seeing that indicate this is “asymmetrical warfare” is because the reaction that the United States is taking is they’re taking the opportunity of inviting these illegal aliens to come here, they’re concentrating them in one place in the United States, the Rio Grande Valley, and they’re drawing the resources that are protecting the rest of the US border to care for the illegal alien children, to help with the overflow of the minors, to transport, to take care of the needs of these people while they’re in Homeland Security custody.
All this takes the resources that are protecting America at the border, off of the border. So now the borders are wide open. This gives people that are trying to get their infrastructure, their personnel, their drugs, their dirty bombs, their biological weapons, their chemical weapons into the United States without being noticed because this part of the border is open, it is not being controlled.
It is a perfect military strategy. It doesn’t raise any eyebrows because we’re focused on the children, but we need to focus on our children, because this is asymmetrical warfare. Everything says it is. And the way the United States government is responding to it is concealing that fact from the American people.
In other words they’re assisting in the downfall of America, and you need to understand that.
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July 23rd, 2014
Some 40 Catholic bishops from various dioceses in Mexico are attending an "intensive" exorcism seminar this week at the Pontifical University of Mexico, according to university rector Mario Flores Angel Ramos.
The bishops will be trained in how to perform exorcisms, which are "a reality in our society and it should be addressed from a biblical, theologic perspective with psychiatric aspects," according to Ramos.
Italian Bishop Sante Babolin, who is leading the training along with a theologian and a psychiatrist, said he has conducted 1,650 exorcisms on 150 people (each case demands a series of exorcisms). He has succeeded 50 times, he said.
Exorcisms, the cleansing of demons from a person or area, are ancient parts of several religions. In Catholicism, exorcisms are church-sanctioned — though rarely talked about — rituals done in the name of Jesus Christ.
"Of every 100 people who believe they need an exorcism, only 2.4 percent are found to be authentic cases," he said. "The rest are just bothered souls."
Pope Francis drew headlines not long ago for being caught on tape performing an exorcism, and earlier this week, the Vatican endorsed the International Association of Exorcists, which has 250 members from 30 countries.
July 22nd, 2014
Written by Raven Clabough
The United Nations continues to attempt to exert its unfounded authority in the affairs of the United States, this time by involving itself in the border crisis.
On the southern border of the United States, an influx of thousands of illegal immigrants, including unaccompanied children, has been migrating from Central America and finding that housing facilities are overflowing. Local communities across the country, including in California and New York, have refused to permit overflow shelters to house the immigrant children to be opened.
The cost of the crisis for the American people is staggering. Taxpayer money is used to secure space for the detention and feeding of the illegal immigrants. In June, the White House announced a plan to spend millions by sending aide to governments in Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador to help reduce crime and violence in an "effort" to reduce immigration.
The response from the Obama administration has been ineffectual at best, and the president has taken what some critics view as an "aloof" position on the crisis. Enter the United Nations, which, perhaps unsurprisingly, has interests other than that of the United States to protect in this crisis.
WorldNetDaily reported, "Representatives of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, or UNHRC, are 'intensely discussing in meetings' the possibility of extending U.N. protection to the thousands of Central Americans crossing the U.S. border with Mexico illegally by defining them as 'refugees' who are seeking asylum from political and domestic violence in their home nations, WND has confirmed."
A 10-nation meeting in Nicaragua was held last week with ministers from the United States, Mexico and various Central American countries. Those in attendance included representatives from SICA, an El-Salvador-headquartered non-government organization endorsed by the UN General Assembly in 1993 to create regional bodies authorized to interact with the United Nations.
Preliminary reports indicate that the officials concluded that the illegal aliens are "refugees" and therefore deserve international protection. The ministers cited the United Nation's declaration on the rights of refugees.
"They are leaving for some reason. Let's not send them back in a mechanical way, but rather evaluate the reasons they left their country," Fernando Protti, regional representative for the UN refugee agency, told the Associated Press.
Officials close to the UN discussions have told WND that it's a "tricky situation" since the Central American immigrants do not belong to any group that has been designated by the United Nations as victims of political or religious persecution.
NBC News observed that the designation would be unprecedented. "Central Americans would be among the first modern migrants considered refugees for fleeing violence and extortion at the hands of criminal gangs," writes NBC News.
While a UN resolution asking the illegal immigrants to be declared as "refugees" would lack any legal weight in the United States, the agency said it believes "the U.S. and Mexico should recognize that this is a refugee situation, which implies that they shouldn't be automatically sent to their home countries but rather receive international protection."
"Unaccompanied children and families who fear for their lives and freedoms must not be forcibly returned without access to proper asylum procedures," UNHCR official Leslie Velez said in testimony submitted to the House Judiciary Committee late last month.
It is highly unlikely that the American people would support the designation of the illegal aliens as refugees, particularly since little has changed in Central America, where violence and poverty were always an issue. The American Thinker's Doris O'Brien wrote:
There's nothing new about the deplorable conditions in Central America. Poverty and waves of violence have been threatening people there for decades. But not until a way was devised to misinterpret an immigration law did the widespread exodus of children to the Promised Land actually come to pass. Forget the buses and trains. These wayward kids were transported here in ... the modern-day equivalent of the Trojan Horse.
Similarly, NBC News reported....
July 22nd, 2014
“We’re lucky they just put a flag up there — and not a bomb,” a law enforcement source said. “It could have been terrible. Who knows how much damage it could have done. It’s an embarrassment.”
Emergency Services cops lowered the 11-by-20-foot flags — which are the traditional symbol for “surrender” — and folded them into tight triangles using traditional procedures around 11 a.m.
The cops also packed up large aluminum cooking pans, secured with zip ties, which the vandals used to cover the bridge’s lights in order to pull off the stunt, a law enforcement source said.
The vandals pulled off the stunt by climbing a bridge cable and scaling a locked gate to reach the top of the towers, police sources said.
Lights on the Brooklyn tower went out at 3:29 a.m.; they went out on the Manhattan tower at 3:42 a.m., the source said. They stayed out until an officer on duty reported the flags at around 5:30 a.m., sources said.
“It amazes me nobody saw anything … I’m upset,” said Nick Krevatas 49, a DOT bridge painter, who was called to replace the flags at 7:30 a.m.
“They took the flags down and either painted them or bleached them,” he said while puffing a cigar.
He added, “Isn’t there a better way to express yourself, couldn’t they have used social media?”
The vandal or vandals who performed the stunt scaled a bridge cable — and a locked gate — to reach the top of the towers, police sources said.
“This may be somebody’s art project, or it may be somebody’s attempt at making a statement,” John Miller of the NYPD said at a press conference on Tuesday.
Krevatas and officials had replaced both of the white flags with a U.S. flags by 3:30 p.m.
Police are trying to figure out how someone was able to gain access to the bridge, which has around-the-clock patrol cars stationed on both sides of the bridge and security cameras focused at the base of the towers.
The cameras face the center of the span — but it’s sometimes hard to see all the way to the towers in the middle, police sources said.
Patrol cars also park nearby Tillary and Old Fulton streets, the sources said.
It’s not the first time a U.S. flag has been stolen from the historical landmark. In 2004, anti-Bush protesters swiped one during the Republican National Convention — demanding a group of demonstrators be released from police custody.
Getting to the top of the towers is no easy task. Specially trained Department of Transportation workers must walk the quarter-mile stretch on a foot-wide cable, attached to a tether, until they reach a ladder.
A Twitter parody account named @bicyclelobby jokingly claimed credit for the flag stunt on Tuesday — but Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams said it was no laughing matter.
“If flying a white flag atop the Brooklyn Bridge is someone’s idea of a joke, I’m not laughing,” he said.
“The public safety of our city is of paramount importance, particularly our landmarks and bridges that are already known to be high-risk targets. We will not surrender our public safety to anyone, at any time.”
In April, a street artist named Supine climbed the bridge and posted a video of his adventure on Youtube. He was later charged with reckless endangerment and criminal trespass.
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– Additional reporting by Amber Sutherland, Kevin Fasick Ross Toback, Aaron Feis, and Natalie O’Neill