2.11.2011 Copyright 2011-3011 By Chase Kyla Hunter, All Rights Reserved.
This popular Christian minister from Hawaii [ see video clip below ] is reiterating to his congregation the same message I have been writing for readers and subscribers, and that is that the American federal government is not telling their people the truth about what they really know about the real identity and the anti-Semitic racist, violent and Nazi regime fascist roots of the .
This minister is asking all the right questions about the odd position our government is now taking, and he is taking note of all the events, which are telling in and of themselves. Read Isaiah 19 for more insight.
Joel 3:19 Egypt shall be a desolation, and Edom shall be a desolate wilderness, for the violence against the children of Judah, because they have shed innocent blood in their land. (20) But Judah shall dwell for ever, and Jerusalem from generation to generation.
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5.12.2010 By CK Hunter
In 2002 I learned that ranchers in Arizona, New Mexico and California were finding overwhelming evidence that someone else was coming into the country along with the poor Mexicans who were hungry and seeking new ways to feed their families. The telltale evidence was in the trash they left behind in their desert campsites: copies of the Koran, Muslim prayer rugs, diaries written in Arabic that had photos of public buildings and schematics and diagrams folded inside them, radical prayers written in Arabic, and other “strange mideast origin” refuse that was often found among the scattered litter being left behind by the scores of Mexican immigrants entering the country illegally each week via the open southern border.
Trash left by illegals
This was post 9-11 and clearly an urgent issue of national security, right? or was I the rare individual who actually had eyes, while the rest of the country was slowly politically going blind? Which reality was now actuality? I was astonished to find, upon looking around to see who was writing about this in the MSM, that almost no reporters were writing about the suspicious finds in illegal immigrant refuse, and no newspapers outside of the states named were even making an effort to cover this HUGE colossus of a story, that story being that scores of radical Muslims, possibly terrorists, were entering the country illegally, hiding among the desperate bands of poor Mexican illegals, making it extremely difficult to locate and/or interrogate them.
I was awash in questions: How many muslim radicals had already streamed into America through the open southern borders by late 2002, early 2003? Were they bribing the Mexicans who helped them travel with cash payments? Were they forming new terror cells, or reinforcing existing cells? Where were these cells? How large were they? Was anyone else asking these questions? Was local law enforcement in AZ, NM, CA “on it” … or were their hands being tied by obtuse federal immigrations laws?
The queries in my head screamed on, while CNN’s Tom Brown made a valiant effort to begin addressing this story. He eventually paid the final price by being “retired” by CNN, replaced by the elite secret Vanderbilt boy stage named “Anderson Cooper,” the same fate that Lou Dobbs would suffer seven years later for asking questions like mine. A pattern was emerging. In 2010 the good people of the state of Arizona who have had enough of seeing and watching “the pattern” have finally said “Enough” and passed legislation to enforce existing illegal immigration laws. It had long since become patently obvious that the FEDs had no intention of enforcing these laws. We have waited for nearly ten years, begging D.C. to do something, while nearly 35 million [not 12 million] illegals have poured into the country.
How many of those 35 million illegals are not Mexicans at all, but hail from the mideast, where they received terror training and a directive to get into the USA by any means possible and locate their waiting cells, or form new ones? We will never know, but the grisly window of opportunity for them to gain illegal untraceable entry was in the last ten years. And you can thank Washington D.C. for this national security fiasco. It hands squarely on their doorstep. It predates Obama obviously, and now it is his problem. The ugly baby has been passed along. Of course, in our new Obama Nation a firestorm of protest and controversy has erupted over Arizona passing this law.
Apparently what we must do in the strange new upside down, inside out Obama-Mexica, which used to be called the United States of America, is make sure that all laws passed give absolute legal protection and utmost freedom of movement and security to all potential terrorists, so that they can travel freely in all states without showing legal ID or even a green card. You see, we don’t want to upset or offend the radical muslims who have crawled across our deserts like snakes, nearly starving in the heat, to make it to Phoenix in time to connect with their larger waiting sleeper cells. If we offend these men, they might sue us, [oh God forbid] and miss their appointments with their sleeper cell leaders.
God forbid also we should pass any laws that might hamper their progress in forming new sleeper cells, or thwart their plans to incinerate the West. Of course I support the new immigration law passed in Arizona. Why even do a “study” on it at all? Was a “study” even necessary to ascertain which direction the true blue American wind is blowing from? I am a native born American citizen who does not want to see my country shredded by suicide bombings and decimated by terrorism.
Why is my position now considered “dissident” and wildly radical? Why is love of one’s country now wildly politically incorrect? Has America gone stark raving mad? Are there any sane, sound and reasonable men and women left in this country, especially in Washington D.C., who have even an ounce of common sense left?
Chase Kyla Hunter
Here is the piece below which inspired this essay:
Study shows broad support for Arizona migrant law
PHOENIX Wed May 12, 2010 1:49pm EDT Related News
Sat, May 1 2010 PHOENIX (Reuters) – A solid majority of Americans back Arizona’s tough crackdown on illegal immigrants, while just 25 percent support President Barack Obama’s immigration policy which includes legalizing millions of unauthorized migrants, a study found on Wednesday. U.S. The controversial Arizona law passed last month requires state and local police, after making “lawful contact,” to check the immigration status of anyone they reasonably suspect is in the country illegally, and arrest those who cannot prove it. The report by the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press (www.people-press.org) found that 59 percent of adults polled in a national survey gave their overall approval to the law, which opponents charge is unconstitutional and a mandate for racial profiling.
Seventy-three percent said they backed a measure requiring people to produce documents verifying their legal status if police ask for them, while 67 percent approve of allowing police to detain anyone who cannot verify that they are in the country legally. The new law has pushed a debate over immigration to the fore in U.S. politics, and rebooted a drive by Obama and Senate Democrats to overhaul federal immigration laws — although it is seen as a longshot before November congressional elections. Obama supports a system allowing undocumented immigrants in good standing to pay a fine, learn English and become citizens. He also backs tightening border security and clamping down on employers that hire undocumented workers.
The survey, carried out among 994 adults — found that only 25 percent supported Obama’s handling of immigration policy, while more than twice as many — 54 percent — said they disapproved. It found that Democrats are evenly split over the Arizona law — which is set to come into effect at the end of July — with 45 percent backing it and 46 percent saying they disapprove of it. The measure, signed into law by Arizona’s Republican Governor Jan Brewer on April 23, has triggered an international furor and unleashed legal challenges and calls for an economic boycott of the Grand Canyon state. On Tuesday, United Nations human rights experts added their voices to criticism of the law, saying it may lead to police targeting people on the basis of ethnic origin, in violation of international law.
(Reporting by Tim Gaynor; editing by Mohammad Zargham) U.S.
Here are a few articles on the trial:
- Attention U.S. citizen, do not defend yourself – Rancher pays damages to illegal immigrants captured on his land. That’s wrong., by Travis Holland, thebatt.com, March 3, 2009
- Arizona Rancher’s Case Illustrates Absurdity, Arrogance and Selective Hypocrisy, by Gabriel Garnica, Esq., Family Security Matters, February 25, 2009
- Glen Beck video interview of Roger Barnett
- A (partial) victory for common sense, Washington Times, February 20, 2009. “America needs more people like Roger Barnett and fewer groups like MALDEF harassing them with frivolous lawsuits.”
- Illegal Alien Suit against Arizona Rancher Should Signal a Call to Action by Citizens, by Michael Cutler, Family Security Matters, February 19, 2009
- Rancher cleared in rights case – Arizona jury still awards damages to illegal immigrants, by Jerry Seper, Washington Times, February 18, 2009
- Press Release, Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI), February 18, 2009. The jury in Tucson rejected nearly all of the substantive claims brought by MALDEF against the Arizona rancher in 2004. Federal district judge John M. Roll also threw out related conspiracy complaints against Mr. Barnett’s wife Barbara and his brother Donald, and dismissed the claims brought by ten illegal aliens who did not testify in court.
Also listen to this podcast announcement about the win by IRLI. IRLI explians how MALDEF (Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund) and the Mexican government collaberated together to find a case that would successfully intimidate Americans from defending their rights.
Podcast part 1 and part 2.
- Roger Barnett case verdict, blog report by David Hardy, one of Roger’s defense lawyers, February 17, 2009 (several photos used as trial evidence are included below).
- Jury: Rancher didn’t violate migrants’ rights, AP, Texas, February 27, 2009
- EDITORIAL: Illegal-alien outrage, Washington Times, February 15, 2009
- Deported for drugs, illegal sues rancher, by Jerry Seper, Washington Times, February 13, 2009
- Foreign felon sues citizen who stopped his illegal entry into U.S., Washington Times Blog, February 13, 2009
- llegals’ civil case against border rancher winds down, KTAR, February 13, 2009
- 16 illegals sue Arizona rancher – Claim violation of rights as they crossed his land , Washington Times, February 9, 2008
- 16 illegals sue rancher who catches them on his land, WorldNetDaily.com, February 10, 2009
- Arms Control Fox News, February 9, 2009
- Barnett Caught in Dees’ Web, American Patrol, November 24, 2006
- Border vigilante ordered to pay in SPLC-sponsored suit, Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) report, December, 2006: “An Arizona jury, acting in a lawsuit sponsored by the Southern Poverty Law Center, ordered border vigilante Roger Barnett to pay $98,750 to a family of Mexican-Americans he terrorized in 2004.”
The SPLC is well-known for their open borders position and bigoted and vicious attacks on those who propose to curtail illegal immigration. Here is a response to their attacks by one individual.
http://www.rense.com/general54/filth.htm – Cached – Similar
The massive flood of illegal immigration has added more hardships. … The Morin ranch lost numerous cattle that died after eating plastic trash bags dropped by … When I have walked through these sites, I have seen large garbage dumps. … A doubling of the American populations will accelerate the need for food. …
scerp.org/bi/bi_ix/Tancredo%20chapter16.doc – Similar
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Until acts of animalistic barbarism like the one described in the www.salon.com article below become a thing of the past, the world we live in is doomed to remain in servitude to the violence erupting within it’s own species toward the sacred beings who bear it’s children.
Any man who would do this to his spouse for simply wanting to further her education is not a man; in fact he is not even rising to the dignity of a wild animal. Even animals living in the wild with their chosen mates to not act out this kind of insane senseless violence onto them. This so called man should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Perhaps he should pay by losing his face as well. “Losing face” now portends a much darker meaning, having read this piece. How utterly sickening that in our day and age, with machines now trolling the surface of mars for photos and scientific evidence, that so called men back on earth still splash acid in the faces of spouses who desire an education. How far we all have to go, as a species, for this kind of deranged violence against women to end. How disheartening.
This article ia a gut wrenching example of why radical Islam must never be allowed to take root in the civilized west. it does not matter if the wealthier upper crust of the Islamic world can now build cities reaching to the sky; it does not matter if they pump ten quadrillion barrels of oil per day to sell to the west. If even just a few radical Islamic men are still acting out such acts of evil barbarity on their own spouses, there remains NO CIVILIZED LIFE emerging from radical Islamic countries. If it has been done to her, then spiritually speaking, then it has been done to the entire species.
This violence against women must end. All acts of reckless violence and life killing savagery against women must end, and it must end now.
I have never been made so sick in my life as I was to have to read this essay. But if we do not speak out, and speak out strongly, against vicious acts of hatred like this, the world will never ascend out of it’s genetically regressive tendencies to desecrate the very beings who give and nurture life and allow for the world to have a population at all.
When you attack any woman with hatred and violence, you are doing no less than attacking yourself, your own future, and the very future of the species itself.
New laws must be created bringing forth the harshest penalties possible against those who believe that their own spouse is so worthless that she deserves to be splashed inthe face with acid for desiring, and rightly so, to educate herself and expand her knowledge. God (Allah) bestowed intelligence upon humankind because the fundamental human urge to know more is a gift from God. Without that urge, your spouse would still be foraging for herbs and small game and feeding it all to you raw.The urge to learn, to know more, is the fundamental driving force that civilizes and inspires the species to move forward into unknown intellectual territory. I can assure the reader that the woman who endured this is a much more civilized being than the evil animal male that did this to her. In God’s grand universe, eventually final justice will be done. I can assure you that.
This was an act of pure evil. The man who perpetrated it needs to pay. The criminal justice systems in these countries will be held spiritually accountable if they allow this man to walk free, while his wife lies in a bed with her face burned off for wanting to read a book.
Article courtesy of salon.com:
Where Have All the Women Gone?A manifesto against gender apartheid.
By Johann HariUpdated Monday, Sept. 14, 2009, at 7:16 AM ET
As soon as I started reading this cry against the global wasting of women’s lives, I could smell Shahnaz‘s face—what was left of it—again. By the time I met her in a hospital in Bangladesh, Shahnaz’s face flesh was a mess of charred meat: Her skin, the soft tissue of her cheeks, and the bones beneath had been burned away. Her nose was gone, replaced by two flared holes. Her lips hung down over her chin like melted wax. Her left eyelid couldn’t close, so a trail of tears was forever slowly tracking down over the wounds. Shahnaz was 21 years old, and her husband had just thrown acid in her face.
Her “crime”? To insist on continuing her studies—she loved science and poetry—when her husband wanted her to have babies. She smelled of a day-old barbecue left out in the rain.
In much of the world today, it is Shahnaz, not her husband, who would be judged to be in the wrong. For them, a woman is there to be a servile baby machine, and if she refuses, she can be beaten, raped, or burned with impunity. New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof and his Chinese-American wife, Sheryl WuDunn, have written an impassioned exposé of this subjugation—and a roadmap to equality.
They start with an extraordinary fact that shows how deep this abuse runs. Today, now, more than 100 million women are missing. They have vanished. In normal circumstances, women live longer than men—but China has 107 males for every 100 females in its overall population, India has 108, and Pakistan has 111. Where have these women gone? They have been killed or allowed to die. Medical treatment is often reserved for boys, while violence against women is routine. More girls are killed in this “gendercide” each decade than in all the genocides of the 20th century. This year, another 2 million girls will “disappear.”
But this isn’t considered a story. While we rightly roared at racial apartheid, we act as though gender apartheid is a natural, immutable fact. With absolutely the right Molotov cocktail of on-the-ground reporting and hard social science, Kristof and WuDunn blow up this taboo. They ask: What would we do if we believed women were equal human beings, with as much right to determine their life story as men? How would we view the world differently?
We would start by supporting the millions of women who are fighting back. This isn’t merely a story of victims; it is predominantly a story of heroines. Mukhtar Mai is a 37-year-old woman who was born to a peasant family in southern Punjab, Pakistan. She was never sent to school because there were no schools for girls in her area: Why would girls need to read? In July 2002, her younger brother was kidnapped and gang raped by a higher-status clan. In order to cover up the crime, the gang accused him of having raped one of “their” girls. A tribal council heard the case and found him guilty—and ruled that, as punishment, his sister Mukhtar should be gang raped.
After she was dragged into a barn and raped by four men in turn, Mukhtar was supposed to kill herself to remove the “shame” from her family. As she explains: “They know that a woman humiliated in that way has no other recourse but suicide. They don’t even need to use their weapons. Rape kills her.”
But Mukhtar did something a woman wasn’t supposed to do: She went to the police and demanded justice. Unusually, the police arrested the attackers. Pakistani dictator Pervez Musharraf heard about the case and sent $8,300 in compensation. She used it to build a school for girls, saying it was the only way to start eroding the attitudes that led to her rape. But once she started speaking out—saying rape was a systemic problem in rural Pakistan—Musharraf declared that she was “embarrassing” Pakistan and had the secret services order her to shut up. She refused—so she was placed under house arrest and then kidnapped by Musharraf’s goons.
Even then, Mukhtar wouldn’t give up. She got word out to her supporters—and they ensured that she was released. Her campaign is working. As Kristof and WuDunn explain, “Rape is no longer a penalty-free sport, and so it seems to have declined considerably in the Punjab.” Thanks to her, thousands of girls are in school, and tens of thousands now will not be raped.
It’s a humbling story in a book full of humbling stories. An illiterate woman from a middle-of-nowhere village stood up to her country’s president and security services, in the name of the most basic human value of all, equality—and she won. It forces you to ask: What have I done, with almost none of the odds stacked against me that Mukhtar had?
Perhaps that sounds depressing. But on the contrary, Kristof and WuDunn’s book is empowering for the reader. It shows that, while there is a mountain of misogyny to be climbed, it is being ascended, woman by woman, day by day. The authors are constantly pointing readers toward practical things they can do, from giving to the best charities to volunteering for Mukhtar’s schools in Pakistan.
They take the reader on a grand tour of all the issues that are ignored because women are ignored. For example—who has heard of fistula? It is today’s leprosy, causing 2 million women to live and die as despised outcasts—yet it is virtually unknown. When a woman has a long, obstructed labor with no doctors to help her deliver, the blood supply to her vagina, bladder, and rectum can be cut off. The tissues die, and a hole is ripped in her flesh. From that hole, shit and piss will leak for the rest of her life in one long incontinent streak. Because she stinks, she is rejected by her husband and her community, and forced to live scavenging on the streets.
In every African town, you see fistula-stricken women, wandering aimlessly, their heads down in shame. They are the saddest people I have ever met. But this problem is cruelly easy to treat. For $300, a fistula can be repaired in 90 percent of cases. Fistula can be beaten, if only we value women enough to do it. There used to be a fistula hospital in Manhattan. Today, it is the Waldorf-Astoria.
Or how about the enslavement of women in brothels, which is now far larger than the trans-Atlantic slave trade at its height? Some 3.5 million women are being jailed, drugged, and raped for cash today. This brutalization of women doesn’t have to happen any more than the enslavement of Africans did in the 18th century. As the authors write: “The tools to crush modern slavery exist, but the political will is lacking. That must be the starting point of any abolitionist movement.” International pressure—set in motion by the acts of ordinary citizens—works.
In a book that comes close to being a masterpiece of modern journalism, it’s sad—and a little squalid—that Kristof has allowed a discredited cause from his columns to crawl into its pages. He has long defended sweatshops, where by definition women are forced to work near-impossible hours for a pittance. He does so again here, writing: “Sweatshops have given women a boost. … Women and girls still stream to such factories because they’re preferable to hoeing fields all day back in a village. … Instead of denouncing sweatshops, we in the West should be encouraging manufacturing in poor countries.”
But Kristof surely knows that it is a false choice between having poor women hoeing the fields and having them working in dangerous conditions in factories. There is a third—and better—way. Anti-sweatshop campaigners—who he has explicitly chided—want all factories, everywhere, to adhere to certain minimum standards: No use of beatings, a maximum working day, safety precautions. Then they won’t be sweatshops; they’ll just be factories.
Whenever he is confronted with this argument, Kristof says that any country that imposes basic human conditions on sweatshops loses its trade to a country that won’t and women suffer. But this ignores an obvious truth: Anti-sweatshop campaigners want to see these rules imposed everywhere. There should be no escape clauses and no places where multinational corporations can go to cheaply abuse women for a few extra pennies of profit. Given his genuine disgust at the abuse of women elsewhere, it’s bewildering that he endorses it in this form—and as a species of feminism, too!
There is another, more subtle flaw with this book. The Kristof journalistic template is plain: He finds individual heroines in countries ignored by the United States who personify both the problem and the fight-back against it. He then tries to marshal U.S. public opinion and, in turn, U.S. governmental power behind it. It’s effective—but he uses it only when the victims are marginal to the bigger goals of American power. The U.S. government has no interest in maintaining the sex trade, or fistula, so it is relatively straightforward to enlist its support in eradication efforts.
But when it comes to crimes of commission by the United States, rather than of omission, this formula falters. One of the worst places in the world to be a woman is Saudi Arabia, where you can be imprisoned for trying to drive a car and lashed for being raped. Perhaps the very worst is Afghanistan, where—outside the Potemkin village of Kabul—women are almost invariably imprisoned in their homes and used as property-cattle in private fiefdoms run by warlords.
Yet woman-lashing Saudi Arabia is the closest U.S. ally in the region (along with Israel), and woman-crushing Afghanistan is actually occupied by the United States. The rights of women are being casually sold out in exchange for oil, military expediency, and hard geopolitics. U.S. citizens have the most responsibility for this, because it’s your government doing it—but Kristof and WuDunn choose not to focus on these places, skimming over them briskly. The closest they get to condemning a U.S. ally is the fragile regime of Musharraf, who was already widely criticized within elite U.S. circles and has subsequently been junked for a more pliable puppet. To assume the U.S. government could easily become a nuclear-armed Amnesty International if only its citizens would ask it more assertively is dangerously naive. It overlooks the massive structural changes that need to happen at home—like kicking America’s oil addiction—before the United States can consistently support women’s rights everywhere.
Even with these stains, Half the Sky—named after the Chinese proverb: “Women hold up half the sky”—remains a thrilling manifesto for advancing freedom for hundreds of millions of human beings. Yet many people who should be buying this book and supporting the women it describes are inhibited by the fear that it would be “cultural imperialism.” Isn’t it their culture to treat women differently? Who are we to judge?
This is historically illiterate. Cultures can change. It was the “culture” of Massachusetts to burn witches once; it was the “culture” of Alabama to enslave black people. A century ago, China was the worst place in the world to be a woman. Your feet would be bound into gnarled, bloody stumps. Often, you weren’t even given a name, just called “Daughter No. 4.” For all its flaws, China has left these bloody bandages far behind it. “If culture were immutable,” the authors say bluntly, “Sheryl would be stumbling along on three inch feet.”
This argument collapses even further into The Chasm of Lousy Excuses for Inaction when you speak to the women themselves. It wasn’t Shahnaz’s culture to have her face burned off or Mukhtar’s to be gang raped. No—it was the culture of their oppressors. Slaves do not love their chains; women do not love to be subordinated. There is a conflict within these cultures—and we must now pick a side or sit out the great civil rights battle of our time.
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