Saturday, March 11, 2017

True stories from the US-Canada border

The post that got the most hits this week was "100s of Muslim invaders pour through swiss cheese-like Canuck border", WWW 6/3/17. But it's not like all the illegals and undesirables are trekking through the frozen fields and snowy woods south of Manitoba and Québec to avoid going through official border posts where they'd be turned away. Some are trying to smoke their way through Canadian and American border security at regular crossing points.

One of our agents has sent along two stories from the Niagara Falls Review, which I pass along to show you what the authorities are up against, on both sides of the world's longest semi-defended border.

In a Buffalo court last week, an Ontario resident was sentenced to time served and fined $2000 after being convicted of visa fraud. Assistant US attorney Stephanie Lamarque told the court that Liban Mumin Afrah, 42, entered the USA from Canada in 1996 and applied for asylum under the alias Ali Hussein. [What, not "Mohammed"? Ed.] Mr Afrah told border agents he feared he would be harmed if he returned to his native Somalia.

At the time of the fraudulent asylum application, the defendant had already been granted asylum by Canada under his real identity. Mr Afrah was granted an American green card under the false identity and regularly travelled between the US and Canada using both his Canadian passport and the fraudulently obtained green card. He got caught in the summer of 2015 when he attempted to renew his green card.

Also last week, a 25-year-old Jamaican pleaded guilty to re-entering the USA following a conviction for an aggravated felony. Attorney Lamarque said Horace Garfield Tajah attempted to cross the Peace Bridge (which connects Buffalo NY and Fort Dreary ON) on 23 January 2013. He had a valid US passport belonging to another individual and claimed to be an American citizen. Standard database checks revealed that Mr Tajah had been deported to Jamaica in 2012 and banned from the USA for life after he was convicted of multiple charges including conspiracy to commit murder in New York. He will be sentenced in June and faces a maximum penalty of 20 years behind bars and a fine of $250,000.

Dear reader, please note the length of time it took these cases to get to trial. Where do you think the defendants were, all these months? Who fed and housed them? Who paid for their lawyers? In the unlikely event they are deported after doing their time, who will pay for them to be sent back to the shitholes they came from? And how long do you think it will take before they're back in Canada and/or the USA?

If, after answering these questions, you can give me an argument as to why President Trump's orders to beef up border security and get rid of the millions of criminals and other undesirables still in the USA should not be followed, please do not write, but check yourself into the nearest mental institution. Thank you.

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