April 25, 2006

The Dustin Inman Society in Business Week magazine

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Taking Matters Into Their Own Hands
Business Week
May 1, 2006

States such as Georgia are cracking down on illegal labor as reform stalls on the Hill
“…As the tit-for-tat protests mount, it’s likely to become harder for a divided Congress to reach a compromise. Both parties are under fierce pressure to clamp down on illegal immigration but also to allow some of the 12 million people already in the U.S. illegally to remain. Given the difficulty of squaring that circle, a stalemate is a distinct possibility, with no major legislation coming out of Washington before the November elections.

This could be good news for business if it averted a crackdown on hiring illegals. On the other hand, a congressional logjam could cause real pain if more states try to fill the breach. After all, getting tough on employers may be the easiest way out for politicians queasy about appearing to be soft on border enforcement. The last major immigration overhaul, in 1986, required employers to conduct “reasonable” checks of residency documents for new workers. But the law has been enforced only sporadically…”

Here for full article Here for interview excerpts.

April 22, 2006

Human rights violation? Saudi’s to electrify their border fence.

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We can only assume that that tireless defender of “human rights”, El Presidente Fox of Mexico, is busy packing his bags to travel to the Middle East.

The Saudis are considering electrifying their border fence with Iraq. The nerve of some people.

This American is green with envy at the concept.

This from Al Jazeera.com

Saudi electrified fence along the whole border with Iraq

Worried that sectarian violence in Iraq could spread to neighboring countries, Saudi Arabia is considering a major fortification of its 900km desert border with Iraq, according to an article on The Christian Science Monitor.

“The government is thinking of building an electrified fence along the whole border with Iraq in case things go really badly in Iraq, and it starts falling apart,” a Saudi security adviser said on condition of anonymity because the government hasn’t made any official announcement about the border plans. However, Saudi authorities have admitted that they are devising plans to strengthen the country’s border defenses. “We are currently conducting a study on technical defense systems which we can use to beef up security measures along the border,” Mansour al-Turki, an Interior Ministry spokesman, told the daily Al-Riyadh

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And… a European diplomat is complaining that the Americans [that’s US folks] are not doing enough to secure…umm…Iraq’s borders.

But a top European diplomat accused the Americans of not doing enough to secure Iraq’s borders. “We’re impressed with what the Saudis are doing. The problem is with the Americans in Iraq. The American-controlled side of the Iraqi border is less secure because they don’t have enough troops deployed there.”

We know just how this guy feels.

I could write all day about the irony of these developments, but I am just going to end here and hit “send”.

Having been busy concentrating on Georgia’s security lately, I am behind in my reading.

I want to catch up and read about the Democrat’s newest top priority. Border security.

American border security.

Except for the illegal alien lobby and the militant McCain – Kennedy no borders/amnesty wing of the United States Congress, I am having no small difficulty in thinking of many who are not to the right of President Bush on border security.

American border security.

April 18, 2006

The Georgia Security and Immigration Compliance Act is now law in Georgia

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On Monday, Governor Perdue signed SB 529.

Mexico is not happy.

Georgia state Senator Sam Zamarripa has decided not to run for re-election.

We are ecstatic. We salute the courage of Senator Chip Rogers. More Chip Rogers, less Zamarripas please.

Assuming that the U.S. Congress does not repeat the amnesty of 1986, we may be on the way back to some semblence of the rule of law.

Thanks to all who are helping!

April 13, 2006

I suppose to the amnesty/illegal alien lobby…T.R. was a racist!!!!!

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“For an American citizen to vote as a German-American, an Irish-American, or an English-American, is to be a traitor to American institutions; and those hyphenated Americans who terrorize American politicians by threats of the foreign vote are engaged in treason to the American Republic.”

Theodore Roosevelt, 1915

April 12, 2006

Mexica Movement to Americans: Get off of our continent!

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To no one’s surprise, the recent mobs of illegal aliens demanding open borders and amnesty for their crimes has not exactly changed any minds.

We wonder from here how many more days of chaos, unrest and open insurrection will be tolerated by the American people who have trusted in their government to protect them.

Here is a report from World News Daily that you are not likely to see on the MSM networks…

Recent images of seas of illegal aliens marching in cities across the U.S. are having a far greater negative than positive impact on the foreigners’ cause, according to a new poll.

A Zogby survey of nearly 8,000 people shows coast-to-coast protests against immigration proposals in Congress – particularly to make it a federal felony to be an illegal worker in the U.S. – have not persuaded a majority of likely American voters.

Amnesty anyone?

April 11, 2006

Cynthia McKinney endorses illegal aliens amnesty!

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No, I am not making this up…click here for McKinney’s letter.

Click here for her Website. Did you know that “Georgia was commonly known as “The Peach State”?

April 8, 2006

Guide to illegal aliens protests of American laws and borders in the U.S. for Monday April 10

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Click here to see what is planned for Monday April 10, 2006….and May 1st. And…more on May 1st.

NO AMNESTY !..RALLY AT THE GEORGIA CAPITOL APRIL 17, TAX DAY, NOON RAIN OR SHINE

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Photos of our rally here and here

We are very grateful to WGKA Radio AM 920 Atlanta for the help in promoting our rally.

RALLY ON THE GEORGIA CAPITOL STEPS.

NO AMNESTY FOR ILLEGAL ALIENS!

Sponsored by THE DUSTIN INMAN SOCIETY

APRIL 17, 2006 TAX DAY! NOON RAIN OR SHINE!

BRING AN AMERICAN FLAG!

See news item here.

AMERICANS MUST MAKE THEIR OWN VOICES HEARD IN AMERICA!

SECURE OUR BORDERS! ENFORCE OUR LAWS!

NO AMNESTY FOR ILLEGAL ALIENS …OR THEIR EMPLOYERS!

LISTEN TO A GROWING NUMBER OF RADIO STATIONS AROUND GEORGIA FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS.

WE HAVE ALL SEEN ILLEGAL ALIENS AND THOSE WHO SUPPORT AMNESTY FEARLESSLY MARCH IN OPPOSITION OF AMERICAN LAWS AND BORDERS, IT IS TIME TO SHOW OUR OWN RESOLVE.

SPEAK UP AMERICA!

WE ARE REQUESTING THAT YOU TAKE A FEW HOURS OUT OF YOUR LIFE TO PROTECT OUR NATI0NAL FUTURE. WE TRIED AMNESTY IN 1986.

LOOK AROUND, AMNESTY DOES NOT STOP ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION!

PLEASE BRING EITHER AN AMERICAN FLAG, OR A PLACARD THAT READS:

“SECURE OUR BORDERS!” “ENFORCE OUR LAWS!”
OR SIMPLY… “NO AMNESTY!”

Speakers to date.
Reverend Father John Roddy, C.S.H.
State Representative Melvin Everson
State Representative Matt Dollar
Catherine Davis – candidate for 4th District seat U.S. Congress[ presently held by Cynthia McKinney]
Dr. Geraldine Wade M.D.
Greg Howard – Gwinnett County GOP Chairman
Maria Litland Green – proud Green Card holder
Deborah Divver – Cobb County resident, former Cochise County Arizona Resident
Phil Kent – Americans for Immigration Control
Jeff Hermann – Atlanta area business man
D.A. King – The Dustin Inman Society

We are peaceably assembling to demand secure borders and equal application of American law. NO OTHER AGENDA OR ACTION WILL BE TOLERATED!

Contact D.A. King @ DA@TheDustinInmanSociety.org for questions.

See our BLOG page www.TheDustinInmanSociety.org or listen to many Georgia radio stations for updates.

Monday, April 17, 2006 – NOON – Georgia Capitol steps, Atlanta Georgia.

April 6, 2006

Statement on amnesty from U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson’s office

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This statement just in from U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson’s [R-GA]office on today’s senate deals.

“This is a mini-compromise that was agreed to by only a few people in the Senate. This compromise is just another version of the McCain-Kennedy proposal. New programs that attract people to come here illegally will only compound the problem. If we do not secure our borders first, we will only accelerate the volume of illegals entering our nation.

“I am insisting on the right to offer my amendment to prohibit the implementation of any guest worker program until border security enhancements are made. If my amendment is not voted on or does not pass, there is no way I can support this legislation in its current form. If we do not incorporate measures that will secure and seal our borders, we’ll have recreated the problem we created in 1986 when we granted amnesty to 3 million but failed to first secure the border. Only this time, we will deal not with just 3 million illegals coming, but millions and millions and millions more – all because we looked the other way.”

Subject: Foreigners Living in Mexico

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We need to be MORE like Mexico…no really.

Those pesky laws in… in Mexico.

For extended visas [ we don’t need no stinking visas!]
called FM 3, you may pay a monthly fee of $1,000
dollars to $1,800 and it is constantly going up.

…and you must have documents to present as well
as proof of financial stability. We can’t just
hop the border without a birth certificate and ID
and expect to work in Mexico, buy property in
Mexico and drive a car. Mexico has immigration laws and they abide by them.

The country of Belize has even stricter
laws. You must prove financial solvency before
you can apply for Belize citizenship.

None of these Central and South American
countries will take the first Gringo who hops the borders.

Owning Property

A Fideicomiso (trust) is required to own property
near the beach. Foreigners cannot hold property
near the Mexican coast in their name. To handle
this problem, the major banks provide a trust
service for which the buyer pays an initial fee
of about US $2,000 to $4,000 and annual fees of
$150 to $500, depending on the price of the
property and upon the bank. These are very rough
estimates; the fees change all the time. The bank
then holds the deed in trust for a specified
time. This can be renewed or terminated for a fee.

The banks examine the legal paperwork very
carefully, hence the usual Acta de Posesión that
most of the natives have (the unregistered
document issued by a local elected commission) is
not acceptable to the bank. Nor is the somewhat
more formal Escritura Privada where the property
has at least been registered with a county judge.
Only the Escritura Publica, a grand document
researched and written by a Notaria Publica, is
acceptable. Only with the Escritura Publica are
you sure that you have a free and clear title.
Since there are many stories of land being sold
multiple times, in my opinion the Escritura
Publica, held by the bank in a Fideicomiso, is well worth the money.

Click here for the rest of the article from JohnZap.com

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