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Reader comment on item: [Australia's] Crisis of illegal immigration

Submitted by Joe American (United States), Jul 11, 2006 at 19:40

The leaders in Australia made a courageous decision to protect your country. Many countries including the U.S. are being beseiged by illegal immigrants who are destroying these countries. The U.S. currently has somewhere between 10 million and 30 million illegal immigrants, nobody knows for sure. Mostly uneducated, poor and many unable to speak english. The crime is horrendous. One U.S. representative recently stated that illegal immigrants killed 28,000 Americans in the last 3 years, either murdered or killed by illegals driving drunk. The flow of illicit drugs entering the U.S. from Mexico is beyond comprehension.

The schools in many southwestern cities are no longer capable of educating students due to the violence, drugs and large numbers of students that don't speak english. Some high schools have drop-out rates in excess of 50%. This situation in the U.S. has been allowed to develop by former president Bill Clinton and current president George Bush because they want to force the U.S. into a "North American Union" similar to the European Union.

The U.S. is not alone in this nightmare. Many other countries including the U.K., Sweden and other European countries are being devastated by violent, racist immigrants who are not interested in being part of the society. Many illegal immigrants believe these countries owe them an easy life because the countries they immigrated to are so much wealthier then the places they came from.

If anything Australians should be thanking Prime Minister John Howard for standing up to the globalist agenda and doing what is best for his country. I only wish the United States had a leader with the same character as John Howard.


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