"They could be made to accept the most flagrant violations of reality, and were not sufficiently interested in public events to notice what was happening"
- George Orwell - 1984

Saturday, October 27, 2007

It's the Hound of the Baskervilles!

Too cute!

Hot Tamales!

The jewsmedia has to counter the rumors of illegalls being the ones starting the California Fires, with this touching feel good story.

Mexican Fire Crew Joins the Fight

BREAKING BREAD: Bureau of Land Management firefighters Marc Capetillo, left, and Curtiss Fortune share a meal of burritos with Javier Garcia of the Tijuana Fire Department. The team of about 40 bomberos is believed to be the first from Mexico to fight a major U.S. blaze.

They were on their way back to Jamul, weary from dousing a flare-up along winding California 94.

"Stop!" a captain yelled to his fellow firefighters. "I think I see a body."

The engines in the caravan quickly reversed a couple of hundred yards, stopping near the intersection with Barrett Lake Road, said crew member Rodrigo Santana.

Face down, just off the side of the road, was a Latino man wearing a backpack. Obviously a migrant, his body was charred. He was dead, stopped in his tracks by advancing wildfires and thick smoke.

To these crews, the man was more than a casualty. He was a countryman.

Santana and his fellow crew members are bomberos from Tijuana, Mexico, among the first contingent of firefighters to come north to fight a major blaze. The team of about 40 is assigned to the Harris fire, near the border in San Diego County.

Their grim discovery Thursday was an eerie reminder of what others in their country are willing to risk for a new life in the U.S.

"It's the consequences of the United States being a First World country and that Mexico is not," Santana said Friday. "It's sad."

"He's not the first one and he's not going to be the last one that is going to be found," fellow bombero Jose Manuel Villarreal Salgado recalled thinking.

Sure enough, three other bodies, all believed to be those of illegal immigrants, were found by the U.S. Border Patrol farther down the road.

Of course, Salgado and Santana said, they had seen many dead bodies before, but it was strange to find one in the United States.

Both men grimaced slightly as they discussed their discovery. But each expressed different views of who was to blame -- Salgado pointed to the Mexican government, Santana to the U.S.

"It's a Mexican problem because they cannot provide stable jobs and good wages for the workers," Salgado said. "Mexico has the capacity to help and they don't. Government officials just stuff their pockets with our money."

"I'm disappointed in the Mexican government. It's difficult to see a Mexican die, trying to have a better life in another country," Salgado said. "It's sad. It's sad."

Of the migrants, Salgado said, "My opinion is that they have the knowledge of the risks they are taking."

Santana argued that Americans profit on the backs of Latino laborers. But the Mexicans, he said, do not always benefit; they cannot always send enough money back to their families.

Just in the process of getting here, many pay with their lives, often in the heat of the Arizona desert. The blazes are just another cruel way to go, Santana said.

All told in the recent wildfires, seven immigrants have been found dead not far from the border. At the University of San Diego Regional Burn Center, at least 14 are being treated for burns.

Scott McLean, a spokesman for the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, said it was "inevitable" that more bodies would be found.

On Wednesday, before the bomberos encountered the body, one of the crew from Tijuana discussed his fears for his migrant countrymen.
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Thursday, October 25, 2007

Hispanic Children Will One Day Rise

Nearly 400 people came speak during Citizens' Time which took place before the Board of Prince William County Supervisors voted on the controversial 'Immigration Resolution' which is seen as the toughest local legislation against illegal immigration. Citizen's Time lasted 12 hours. In the end the Board voted unanimously in favor of implementing the resolution. The resolution requires the local police to check for documentation of anyone suspected of violating any law including minor traffic violations if there is 'probable cause' and it cuts off some social services including elderly care and business licenses without documentation. The debate over the resolution has divided the people of the county and has created a climate of fear, anger and hatred. Many of those who had come to take part in the event waited outside.

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Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Silverback Gorillah, Niggah!

And as always, 'Akkena Monkee Foo....'

Niggers are hilarious, when they're not out raping, robbing, murdering and committing all other manners of simian behavior.

Illegal Immigrant Rape Suspect Eyed in Chandler Serial Attacks

Phoenix police made an arrest last week that has Chandler detectives wondering if an elusive serial rapist is now in jail on other charges.

Police arrested Eladio Reza-Reza, 30, on Oct. 12 on charges of child molestation, sexual misconduct with a minor and burglary.

Reza is accused of entering a south Phoenix apartment at 2:30 a.m. through an unlocked door and sexually assaulting a sleeping 6-year-old girl.

The girl's 11-year-old brother was sleeping in the living room with her and woke to find Reza raping his sister, according to a probable cause statement.

The statement says the boy screamed, waking his mother and stepfather, who chased Reza to his car.

According to the statement, the parents detained Reza in his car, naked, until police arrived. Police said they found his underwear in the living room.

Reza was arrested and admitted to police that he had raped the girl, according to the statement.

Court paperwork shows Reza was intoxicated when the rape occurred.

The victim required medical treatment after the attack, according to court paperwork.

Reza is an illegal immigrant and is being held without bond by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. He is not allowed to have contact with anyone under 18.

Chandler detectives are awaiting information from Phoenix police as well as a DNA test to determine whether Reza could be the man responsible for raping five Chandler girls.

"We're waiting for Phoenix to conclude their investigation and process any physical evidence that they may or may not have obtained," said Chandler police detective Frank Mendoza.

In the Chandler rapes, the attacker assaulted the victims in their own homes. Most were single-parent homes, which he entered through unlocked doors. All of the attacks occurred within a few blocks of each other; the most recent was in June.

Chandler police stressed that their search for the serial rapist is not over and said this development underscores how big a priority the case has been for police departments across the Valley.

The Illegal Immigration Invasion

A truthful documentary showing the people that deal with the Illegal Immigration Invasion upfront and on a daily basis.

Funny Video

Because I think Indian accents are funny.

Sunday, October 21, 2007

Happy Burfdey 2 Me!

Just a really good day. :)

I can't remember the last time the whole family was together like today, and that was great. Lots of food and laughs, and I am exhausted!

My 1st Birthday Cake (and, don't know why I was so interested in my hands when there was a huge cake in front of me)

Blowing out the candles. 16!