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post #181 of 219
MS-13 was born, because of bullies like Lighthouse. Those sipotes just wanted to play soccer. frown.gif
post #182 of 219
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Puerto Ricans are Americans. They have been for over a century. To have issues with that is nothing but racism.
MS-13 was founded in LA. Yes, many of the original members were illegal immigrants, but it was influenced by American gang culture. We exported it to other countries.


From the WaPo article, Puerto Ricans helped Obama carry Florida twice and now, because of the influx, Soto says "it will be a bigger factor."
post #183 of 219
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Puerto Ricans are Americans. They have been for over a century. To have issues with that is nothing but racism.
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They're brown and they vote D. An obvious evil to be stopped.
post #184 of 219
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They're brown and they vote D. An obvious evil to be stopped.



. . . said the poster planning to vote white and D.
post #185 of 219
More immigrant insanity. Why do we keep on doing this?

Federal prosecutors told a jury on Tuesday that an Uzbekistan refugee, 32-year-old Fazliddin Kurbanov, had embarked on a “pathway to terrorism” after converting to Islam after our refugee program brought him into the U.S. from Central Asia.


http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/07/15/prosecutors-muslim-refugee-in-idaho-planned-suicide-bomb-trained-others/
post #186 of 219
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More immigrant insanity. Why do we keep on doing this?



But Wait, There's More!

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Mexican accused of horrific double murder, was legal immigrant


This undated booking photo provided by the Park County, Wyoming, Sheriff’s Office shows Jesus Deniz Mendoza (A.K.A Jesus Deniz), age 18 of Worland, Wyo. suspected of shooting a family in Montana. The FBI confirmed two people were killed and a ... more >

Exclusive Washington Times Daily Briefing (July 31, 2015)


By Stephen Dinan - The Washington Times - Friday, July 31, 2015



The man accused of killing two Good Samaritans who tried to help him on a Montana roadside was encountered by immigration authorities earlier this year after a burglary arrest, but was unable to be deported because he had already gotten legal status, federal authorities said this week.

The horrific killing has drawn attention at a time when crimes committed by immigrants are a hot political topic, thanks in part to GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump’s claim that Mexican society sends bad elements to the U.S.
Jesus Yeizon Deniz Mendoza, an 18-year-old Mexican man, has been charged with the killing of Jason and Tana Shane, who saw him stopped on the side of the road Wednesday and tried to help him. When they showed up on the scene with their daughter, Mr. Deniz pointed a gun at them and demanded money, according to an FBI affidavit filed in the federal court case.
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They Shanes said they didn’t have any money and Mr. Deniz started to walk away, but then changed his mind and shot the father, then the mother and then the daughter, who was by this time running away. She managed to escape, though not before being shot in the back, the FBI affidavit said.

Mr. Deniz told the FBI he shot the three people with a .22 caliber rifle because he was tired of waiting, and because he thought he heard the daughter laughing at him, FBI Special Agent Larry J. McGrail II said in the affidavit.

Mr. Deniz is Mexican, and the Obama administration deems him a legal permanent resident who entered the country legally on May 31, 2013 — though they didn’t say how he earned that status initially.


Crime amongst Mexican immigrants has become a major issue in recent weeks after Mr. Trump, in announcing his presidential campaign, said Mexico sends “criminals, drug dealers, rapists” to the U.S.

His comments have been challenged by Hispanic-rights activists who said they were offensive and incorrect, pointing to statistics that immigrants generally have lower crime rates than native-born Americans.

But a spate of recent high-profile murders with illegal immigrants as the chief suspects has sharpened the debate, and put a focus on American immigration policy — partly because the suspects have often had previous run-ins with immigration authorities.

Indeed, just a month ago Mr. Deniz was arrested by police in Worland, Wyo., on burglary charges. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers were informed, but they couldn’t do anything because he was a permanent resident, and his crime didn’t rise the level of being kicked out of the country.

If convicted in the new case, however, he could be deported, ICE said.

“This individual does not have any criminal convictions, and, as a permanent resident, is not currently removable. Thus, an ICE detainer cannot be placed on the individual at this time,” the agency said in a statement. “However, ICE is closely monitoring this case and coordinating with local authorities. If he is convicted for a criminal offense that allows him to be removed from the country, after the completion of sentence, ICE intends to take him into custody and pursue his removal from the United States.”

Worland police declined to comment on the earlier burglary case, saying it’s an active investigation.



When asked for comment, President Obama said, "This young man is an example of the young people the Republicans would try to deport. He is murdering the citizens Americans refuse to murder. He is a Dreamer! An American Dreamer! And one day he may be president of the United States, one of the most okay--but racist--countries in the world."
post #187 of 219
I appreciate including the last two lines within the quote.
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http://www.urban.org/sites/default/files/alfresco/publication-pdfs/413210-State-Variation-in-Hospital-Use-and-Cost-of-Firearm-Assault-Injury-.PDF

Pretty sure I've posted this before, but it could be posted in a lot of threads. I think most people are aware of this but don't appreciate the extent of it. Of course it's victimization rates (including justified shootings and maybe accidents) rather than commission rates, which I imagine would be even more lopsided.
post #189 of 219
"I have the greatest affection for them (blacks) but I know they're not going to make it for 500 years," says Nixon. "They aren't. You know it too. I asked Julie about the black studies program at Smith (College, which she attended)."

"The Mexicans are a different cup of tea," says Nixon. "They have a heritage. At the present time they steal, they're dishonest. They do have some concept of family life, they don't live like a bunch of dogs, which the Negroes do live like."
post #190 of 219
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Pretty sure I've posted this before, but it could be posted in a lot of threads. I think most people are aware of this but don't appreciate the extent of it. Of course it's victimization rates (including justified shootings and maybe accidents) rather than commission rates, which I imagine would be even more lopsided.

A lot of people have been saying it for decades. Access to guns isn't the problem. If you look at communities around the country, access to firearms doesn't always result in people shooting each other in staggering numbers.
post #191 of 219

Is Lighthouse really saying the left (as in Liberals) want to turn the US into Cuba? Fucking hell that's stupid. Liberals are not socialists, nor do socialists think highly of liberals. Red-bait harder.

post #192 of 219
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Trump speaking to Texans about immigration . . .
post #193 of 219

Are they done shooting at the Military and Mexicans?

post #194 of 219
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Since 1990 the number of foreign language speakers has roughly doubled; the number has almost tripled since 1980.

In 2014, a record 63.2 million U.S. residents (native-born, legal immigrants, and illegal immigrants) spoke a language other than English at home. That number is up 16.2 million since 2000, up 3.6 million since 2010, and up 1.4 million just since 2013.

Taking a longer view, since 1990 the number of foreign language speakers has roughly doubled.

As a share of the population, 21 percent of U.S. residents speak a foreign language at home.

The largest percentage increases from 2010 to 2014 were among speakers of Arabic (up 29 percent), Urdu (up 23 percent), Hindi (up 19 percent), Chinese and Hmong (both up 12 percent), and Gujarati and Persian (both up 9 percent). Urdu is spoken in Pakistan; Hindi and Guajarati are languages of India; Hmong is spoken in Laos; Persian is spoken in Iran.

The largest numerical increases from 2010 to 2014 were among speakers of Spanish (up 2.3 million), Chinese (up 331,000), Arabic (up 252,000), Tagalog (up 115,000), Hindi (up 114,000), and Urdu (up 89,000). Tagalog is spoken in the Philippines.

Languages with more than a million speakers in 2014 were Spanish (39. 3 million), Chinese (3.1 million), Tagalog (1.7 million), Vietnamese (1.5 million), French (1.2 million), and Korean and Arabic (1.1 million each).

Of school-age children (five to 17), 22 percent speak a foreign language at home.

Many of those who speak a foreign language at home are not immigrants. Of the more than 63 million foreign language speakers, 44 percent (27.7 million) were actually born in the United States.

Of those who speak a foreign language at home, 25.6 million (41 percent) told the Census Bureau that they speak English less than very well.

http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/census-record-63.2-million-non-english-speaking-residents-surge-in-spanish-arabic/article/2573476
post #195 of 219

That's because only immigrants are having kids.
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