Millions of Illegals to Swamp Amnesty Process #645-3

January 28, 20142 Comments

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LASD Sgt. Richard Valdemar (Ret.), International Gang Specialist, discusses attending a meeting in Washington, D.C. with other law enforcement professionals to lobby U.S. Senators on SB 744, the Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013.”

Valdemar questions which federal entity will oversee processing given previous failures, time constraints, background checks, allowing many people in that are not acceptable, have criminal records. He is fearful that one thing is promised, such as closing the border, but hasn’t been done. Valdemar said this is America, write our own policy, take right direction.

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2 comments to “Millions of Illegals to Swamp Amnesty Process #645-3”

  1. Bill the Goat | February 2, 2014 | Permalink Reply

    Thanks Leslie and Sgt. Valdemare-

    According to sources, it is leaked China will invade the US, by way of Mexico.

    Undocumented Mexicans are Marxist, a perfect tool for red China.

    Amnesty is just the first wave. With DHS tied up validating credentials, nobody is watching the bigger picture.

    Already the ravages of Third World savages is apparent everyday here in AZ.

  2. Louis McCasland | September 3, 2014 | Permalink Reply

    I developed a plan to completely close off the border except legal ports of entry controlled by the federal government. This plan will use war veterans that will establish FORTS on the border and create entrepreneurs that will pay taxes and will eventually pay for itself and provide funds for the counties, state and federal government. This plan will establish a fort every ten miles with 150 to 200 veterans. This plan will be somewhat like the empreserios plan developed by Spain, then continued by Mexico and later by The Republic of Texas. The veterans will be given land that they must live on and develop. There will be a fort board of directors that will coordinate with the federal government and the local county sheriff’s department. The veterans will be given 6 acres of land for a homestead. The other land received will be 5 veteran per each section of land (640 acres) that will be managed by the board of directors and the funds earned on that land will be divided with the 150 members. The fort will be annexed into the state (in Texas it would be annexed as a general law community) with a ETJ of 1/2 mile around the residential area. Contact me for the full document. Lou McCasland, email:[email protected] phone: 210-685-4469 THIS WILL WORK!

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