Archive for June 6th, 2008

“The specifics of how this group of Chinese immigrants ended up in South Texas were not known, but the methods and smuggling routes have been evolving for more than a century. Most pay an average of $55,000 to be shuttled from China to a U.S. destination by an elaborate smuggling operation, said Peter Kwong, a sociology professor at the City University of New York Graduate Center.

If they get caught, they request asylum, and lawyers are often hired by the Chinese smugglers, who will not get full payment unless the immigrants arrive at their destination, Kwong said.”

Chinese illegal immigrants discovered in Texas border town
June 6, 2007

LA JOYA, Texas (AP) — Local police are accustomed to dealing with illegal border crossings but were astounded by the video of 15 Chinese immigrants unfolding themselves from the back of a sport-utility vehicle near this small border town.

The SUV appeared abandoned when police rolled up early on a recent Saturday morning. But when Border Patrol agents arrived and swung open the double rear doors, the Chinese immigrants tumbled out, squinting in the sunlight.

“They were in bad shape,” La Joya Police spokesman Joe Cantu said.

The immigrants were silent, able to communicate only with hand gestures. They did not try to flee. One man wanted to use Cantu’s cell phone. When Cantu asked for the number, he was handed one with a New York area code.

Two more Chinese immigrants would be picked up nearby later that day, and another group of nine was caught near the border about 50 miles (80 kilometers) away a few days later.

More than nine out of 10 illegal immigrants detained at the U.S.-Mexico border are Mexican. But for years, this easternmost sector of the border has had more than its share of what the Border Patrol calls “other than Mexicans” or OTMs, most of whom come from Central America.

But overall, the number of Chinese caught along the U.S.-Mexico border has been declining since the U.S. stopped its policy of releasing most illegal immigrants from outside Mexico until they could appear before an immigration judge………


Hail to the new King and Queen….

Senator Barack Obama’s office has refused to deny that the Democratic nominee attended Bilderberg last night following reports that he and Hillary Clinton were present at “an event in Northern Virginia.”

As we reported earlier today, Obama’s press entourage were not informed of his secret meeting with Hillary Clinton in Northern Virginia until they were literally locked inside a plane that was taxiing down the runway on its way to Chicago.

Reporters were duped into believing that they were getting on a plane back to the campaign headquarters in Chicago with the presumptive nominee, while in reality Obama’s motorcade instead sped off in secrecy to Northern Virginia, which is also the scene of this week’s Bilderberg conference. The plane was stationed at Dulles International, which is less than a 20 minute drive from Chantilly Virginia as is shown below.

Bilderberg sleuth Jim Tucker called Obama’s office today to ask if he had attended Bilderberg. A campaign spokeswoman refused to discuss the matter but would not deny that Obama had attended Bilderberg.

According to Alex Jones, security is so tight around Bilderberg that it does befit the visit of a potential future President.

Armored cars, men in suits hanging out of vehicles with guns and what looked like Marines have all been spotted in the vicinity of the Westfields Marriott.

Despite the controversy of Obama and Hillary’s secret meeting and its obvious link to the ongoing Bilderberg conference, not one U.S. corporate media outlet, or any mainstream media outlet, has reported on over a hundred of the world’s most powerful people meeting in secret on U.S. soil.

There was one reporter from the Fairfax Times who showed up today but they were not completely confident that any such report would make it to print.


Field Report

June 6, 2008
Chantilly, Virginia

The Bilderbergs were meeting in secret today at the Westfields Marriott Hotel in Chantilly, VA. This meeting took place in the heart of the Military Industrial Complex contractor community. The Marriott is surrounded by Northrop Grumman, General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin, L3, and many other Tier 1 defense contractors.

There were Fairfax County police, Secret Service, armed private security and other protectors of the global elite protecting each entranceway. Radio personality and documentary film maker Alex Jones was present as were We Are Change and 9-11 Truth. Many were carrying placards and signs and at least 2 bull horns blasted the moneyed guests planning our future inside this hotel.

Alex conducted a live broadcast using a laptop/cell phone connection to Austin Texas and used the last three minutes of the show to bull horn the elites at the rear entrance that was clearly in sight. Alex also offered invitations to members of the security forces to join him which were declined and also asked if the Bilderbergs would like to be interview which also went unanswered.

There were a number of people wearing Ron Paul Revolution and 9-11 Truth shirts and several great posters. One poster said ?If the Bilderbergers are here? who?s running hell?? Another said ?Only Evil is Done in Secret?. Signs provided by the Marriott Corporation included ?No Trespassing? and lots of yellow crime scene tape with a convenient telephone number that went to Crime Solvers.

Once again, members of the local mainstream news organizations, including the Washington Post, the Washington Times did not have a single word printed on the most important news event in the area. A reporter from the local Chantilly newspaper was present and was taking photos and interviewing the crowds outside both entrances.

Alex Jones and Jim Tucker fear that a war in Iran was one of the main topics being discussed along with the selection of our future president. The Bilderbergs will continue to shape our future at the Westfields Marriott through Saturday then return home on Sunday. Adios scumbags.


The three illegal aliens were arrested just a week earlier. The PD isn’t giving any details on that arrest or why the illegal aliens were not deported.

Daily Journal

Two Greenwood men and a juvenile boy are accused of raping and beating a woman they did not know in a car after abducting her from an apartment complex parking lot, police said.

The rape by someone other than an acquaintance was the first in the county in the past five years, Johnson County Prosecutor Lance Hamner said.

The three, who are all illegal immigrants, charged are:

# Luis-Felipe Gomez Coronel, 19, 895 Parliament Place, Apt. 719

# Roberto Rodriguez-Martinez, 22, 1199 Scarborough Lane, Apt. 821

# Alvaro A. Perez, 17, 895 Parliament Place, Apt. 719

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City News

They are called by one source “the most dangerous gang in America.” And it’s one U.S. import Toronto definitely wants to stop at the border. They’re known officially as “Mara Salvatrucha 13,” but most people refer to them by a much simpler name: MS-13.

But no matter what you call them, law enforcement officials - including the FBI - pronounce them a real danger to any community where they set up shop. On Wednesday, Toronto Police conducted a series of early morning raids aimed primarily at stopping the group before they get any traction in the GTA.

We may not know for a while how successful those efforts were, but residents hope they at least made a dent - records show MS-13 is responsible for some of the most callous and outrageous acts of extreme violence in the cities where they’ve made their presence known.

At least one gang expert told CityNews he doesn’t believe the level of extreme actions they’ve taken elsewhere will ever happen in the GTA, but given their excessive past, it would be a lot better if we didn’t find out the hard way.

Here’s a primer on the group and the trail of destruction it’s left behind elsewhere.

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Island Packet

Federal officials are investigating the immigration status of the alleged drunken driver charged in the crash that claimed the life of Bluffton High School junior Josh George as he headed home after the prom.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement has placed a hold on 20-year-old Juan Rodriquez, who is being held on a $750,905 bond at the Beaufort County Detention Center.

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