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          The 'Greatest Generation' vs Pelosi's 'Delusional Generation'      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

When Pearl Harbor was attacked on December 7, 1941, America's leaders took responsibility for defending the country's borders and destroying its enemies once they realized - quickly- the existential threat posed by the Axis Powers.  This fearless leadership and commitment  to protecting the American people came to define, in part,  those preserving during that period as  “The Greatest Generation.”  

In just 44 months, America and its allies planned,  built, and then rushed into battle,  fleets of new airplanes, fighter aircraft, and bombers.  And in just 44 months, fleets of ships were launched.  Nuclear weapons were, for the first time devised, created, tested and successfully deployed. 

But America's leaders today, with few exceptions, would hardly qualify for any title except, perhaps, the most delusional or most corrupt generation.

Nancy Pelosi and her political cohorts provide ample evidence of just how far our nation has fallen.  

On September 11, 2001, nineteen alien terrorists inflicted more casualties on the United States than did the entire Japanese fleet on, the day that as President Roosevelt declared, would “live in infamy.”

Those 19 hijacker-terrorists turned passenger airliners into de facto cruise missiles -  creating horrors and carnage that will be forever etched in the minds and hearts of those who lived through those attacks on our nation.

On July 27, 2018, Nancy Pelosi uttered jaw-dropping description of the terror attacks of 9/11 as the “9/11 incident.

How could anyone of sound mind and possessing a firm grip on reality, describe the worst terror attack ever committed on U.S. soil as a merely “incident?”

Pelosi then went on to chastise the Republicans for failing to support border security claiming that the Democrats were far more committed to securing our borders and following the recommendations of the 9/11 Commission.

The harsh reality is that the globalist leaders of both the Democratic and Republican parties have repeatedly and steadfastly refused to secure America’s borders and indeed enforce our immigration laws effectively.  There is ample evidence that the leaders of both parties have refused to adequately address the multitude of failures and vulnerabilities of the immigration system.

The leadership of both parties is determined to ram a massive DACA amnesty down our throats even though the 9/11 Commission identified immigration fraud as the critical method of entry and embedding of terrorists.

I addressed this concern in my article, DACA Solution Must Heed 9/11 Commission Findings.

Now the Trump administration is contemplating shutting down the government, to protect America and Americans by finally getting the funds to construct a border wall.

However, first and foremost, let us not forget, that the “leaders” of the Democratic Party have led demonstrations demanding that ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) be disbanded and that interior enforcement of the immigration laws is terminated.

Let us not forget Pelosi herself has outrageously repeatedly accused ICE agents of terrorizing immigrant communities.

Just months ago, on February 28, 2018, Nancy posted the following press release on her official Congressional website. The title of her press release was, Pelosi Statement on Trump Administration ICE Raids Targeting the San Francisco Bay Area:

Washington, D.C. – Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi issued this statement after the Trump Administration conducted sweeping raids across Northern California that resulted in the arrest of more than 150 men and women, at least half of whom did not have a criminal record:

“The Trump Administration’s raids were a shocking abuse of law enforcement power.  Again, the White House has reached into our communities to detain scores of hard-working, law-abiding immigrants indiscriminately.

“Fully half of those swept up in the ICE raids have no criminal record.  This raid was intended solely to terrorize innocent immigrant families and instill fear in the hearts of our communities – not to keep Americans safe.  Parents will now be torn from their children, and spouses ripped away from their loved ones.

“The Administration continues to brazenly target the cities that refuse to bow to its blatantly bigoted anti-immigrant and mass deportation agenda.  The people of the San Francisco Bay Area will continue to oppose these cowardly attacks, and we will remain open to the patriotic immigrants who are the constant reinvigoration of America.”

Worksite investigations are an element of the interior enforcement of our immigration laws, an aspect, I might add, that the 9/11 Commission directly addressed.

In point of fact, the day before a terrorist carries out a terror attack he/she is likely hiding in plain sight at work.

Consider my recent article: Congressional Hearing: Iranian Sleeper Cells Threaten U.S.

Work-site investigations are primarily conducted to liberate jobs stolen by illegal aliens that American and lawful immigrant workers desperately need so they can support themselves and their families.

Sleeper agents are so named because they maintain a shallow profile and seek to avoid calling attention to themselves.  While they may violate our immigration laws, they are fastidiously careful never to get arrested.  They quietly wait for the day they are called to action.

The official report, 9/11 and  Terrorist Travel referenced interior enforcement of our immigration laws repeatedly,  Consider this example:

Thus, abuse of the immigration system and a lack of interior immigration enforcement were unwittingly working together to support terrorist activity. It would remain mostly unknown since no agency of the United States government analyzed terrorist travel patterns until after 9/11. This lack of attention meant that critical opportunities to disrupt terrorist travel and, therefore, deadly terrorist operations were missed.
The aliens arrested during these field investigations that Pelosi railed against, were not taken into custody to “terrorize immigrant communities” but to seek the removal (deportation) of aliens who violate our nation’s borders and violate our laws.  This is also done to deter other aspiring illegal aliens, from around the world, from coming to the United States illegally or with the intention of violating the terms of their lawful admission into the United States. 

I can also tell you that when I was an INS agent, I located numerous alien fugitives during routine worksite investigations.  These aliens had committed serious crimes, including murder and rape.

In one particularly memorable case, I encountered a citizen of Belize working in a glass factory in Brooklyn, New York.  He had no ID but claimed that he had become a naturalized citizen.

The owner of the factory swore that the guy was the most trustworthy employee he had ever hired.  He told me that he even trusted him to open the factory in the morning and close it at night if he was away from the factory and he frequently had dinner at the owner’s home with his wife and kids.

Long story short, when no records were found to corroborate his claims about being a naturalized citizen, my colleagues and I took him into custody.

It turned out that he lied about his identity and circumstances.  He was indeed from Belize; however, he had never become a naturalized citizen.

He had, however, been previously deported from the U.S. after he completed his prison sentence following his conviction for manslaughter.

He had re-entered the U.S. illegally, had been located, arrested by INS agents and prosecuted for that unlawful reentry.  He subsequently escaped from a federal correctional facility and ultimately found work in that factory where we saw him.  He was a fugitive.

His boss nearly went into cardiac arrest when he learned of these extraordinary circumstances concerning his “most trusted employee!”

Meanwhile, Pelosi defamed courageous federal agents and used inflammatory language in accusing ICE agents of staging “cowardly attacks” on “law-abiding” and “patriotic immigrants.”  

It would appear she was attempting to incite violence against ICE agents.  Should any agent be attacked, perhaps they or their families should consider suing Pelosi personally for inciting hostility by abusing her authority as a leader of the United States House of Representatives.

Law enforcement officers are indeed made accountable, why shouldn’t our elected “representatives” also be made responsible?

Furthermore, contrary to Pelosi’s lies, aliens who violate our immigration laws are, by definition, not law-abiding!

The ICE agents who took the immigration law violators into custody did not do so not out of bigotry or hatred, but because of the oaths, they made when they entered on duty with the federal government to uphold the Constitution and enforce our nation’s laws.

Our immigration laws have nothing to do with race, religion or ethnicity.  

Title 8, United States Code, Section 1182 enumerates the categories of aliens excluded.  Among these classes:  aliens with dangerous communicable, diseases, convicted felons, human rights violators, war criminals, terrorists, spies, and other usual suspects.

The term patriotic has been defined, in part as “having or expressing devotion to and vigorous support for one's country.”

How on earth is an individual who violates the sovereign borders of a country in which he/she is not a citizen demonstrating patriotism?

Perhaps the issue of patriotism should be reviewed in examining the conduct of Ms. Pelosi, whose words and exhortations undermine the dangerous and vital work of America’s immigration law enforcement officers.  We should, therefore, ask if her conduct is a demonstration of patriotism or, more appropriately, of treason.

Motorists who drive erratically are likely to be pulled over by police officers to make sure that they are not operating under the influence of alcohol or drugs and also to make sure that they possess valid driver’s licenses.

Pelosi’s rhetoric and evident detachment from reality cause me to wonder if when she made that statement was suffering the effects of psychedelic drugs or had too much to drink.  

Other possibilities include that she is senile or suffers from an abject inability to discern reality from a fantasy world she has created within the realm that lies between her ears.

Or perhaps,  she knows what she must say to get campaign contributions from her globalist campaign contributors.

Drunk drivers are said to be driving under the influence (DUI).  Perhaps Ms. Pelosi is guilty of GUI (Governing Under the Influence).

I provided testimony to the 9/11 Commission.  As an INS agent, I investigated and arrested many international terrorists.  About three years ago I wrote an extensive article, The 9/11 Commission Report, and Immigration: An Assessment, Fourteen Years after the Attacks.

Pelosi and her colleagues should be required to read it along with, the 9/11 Commission Report and 9/11 and Terrorist Travel.

          Taiwan donates $210,000 to Belize’s Ministry of Natural Resources      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Posted: Wednesday, August 8, 2018. 4:30 p.m. CST. By BBN Staff: Today, the Embassy of the Republic of China (Taiwan), through its Ambassador to Belize H.E. […]
          The Belize Zoo mourns the loss of Richard Foster      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Posted: Wednesday, August 8, 2018. 4:30 p.m. CST. By BBN Staff: The Belize Zoo and Tropical Education Center (TBZ) issued a statement today saying that it […]
          Reward offered to locate murderer/s of Richard Foster      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Posted: Wednesday, August 8, 2018. 3:30 p.m. CST. By BBN Staff: Crime stoppers Belize has issued a reward bulletin for $1000 for anyone who can lead […]
          Belize’s tourism industry sees boost in European visitors      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Posted: Wednesday, August 8, 2018. 2:30 p.m. CST. By BBN Staff:  Belize has seen a significant boost of European travelers to the country over the first […]
          Armed robbers rob 3 apartments in Belize City in the same day      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Posted: Wednesday, August 8, 2018. 12:20 p.m. CST. By BBN Staff:  Police are investigating three incidences where two armed men robbed 3 apartments at Campos Avenue in […]
          Belize Beats Costa Rica in Regional Volleyball Tournament      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
For the first time in regional volleyball history, Belize defeated the number one seated team of Costa Rica in the twentieth Central American Games. And that win for Belize was [...]
          Meet the 7 Lucky BHA Scholarship Recipients      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
In time for the new academic year, the Belize Hotel Association is assisting parents to ease the burden of education costs. This morning, seven young students whose families work in [...]
          National Oil Spill Contingency Plan Almost Ready      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A workshop with representatives from various government and non-government organizations, and private sector associated with Disaster Risk Management and Oil Spill Response started today in Belize City to validate the National Oil Spill Contingency [...]
          National Trade Policy of Belize Public Consultations      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Government of Belize through the Directorate General of Foreign Trade is engaged in creating a coherent and effective trade policy, following the development and approval of a National Trade [...]
          Belize City – a Child Friendly Municipality in the Making      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Sustainable and Child Friendly Municipality Initiative was introduced back in 2014 to ensure that children feel safe, are provided with the amenities they need, and are healthy and well-informed. [...]
          Despite investigations, ships owned by UN-sanctioned companies arriving in ROK      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Despite ongoing investigations into sanctions-violating DPRK coal imports, South Korean ports are still allowing vessels owned by UN-designated companies to use their facilities. Even though the vessel themselves are not sanctioned, an apparently-overlooked paragraph from 2016’s Resolution 2270 states vessels owned by sanctioned companies should be prohibited from non-DPRK ports. The Belize-flagged Xin Yang 688 […]

The post Despite investigations, ships owned by UN-sanctioned companies arriving in ROK appeared first on NK PRO.

          Meet Clive, Who Brings Truth For Life to Listeners in Belize      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

When you become a Truthpartner, you join the vital team of listeners who make Truth For Life possible! Throughout each week, our program is distributed through over 1,800 radio outlets, including Lighthouse Christian Radio in Belize. Meet Clive, the director of Lighthouse, as he expresses his gratitude for the generous giving of Truthpartners who are helping build up believers in Central America.

          Safety in Central America      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
I am planning a trip in a few months travelling from Cancun Mexico into Peru through Belize and Guatamala and am just wondering if anyone has done this themselves and wether its a good idea to be attempting this trip whilst travelling alone. I have travelled before but only in Asia and Australia and have heard that S.America is a different kettle of fish. i can speak only basic spanish so wondering how i will get on. does anyone have any experience of doing a similar trip? any tips, places etc would also be greatly appreciated.
          Planning for our wedding/honeymoon - ideas please      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hi friends,

We already know we want a destination wedding/honeymoon. We are planning something tropical such as the Caribbean. In the past we've been to St. Lucia at an all inclusive, we've been to Cay Caulker Belize. I'm looking for any suggestions/reasons/stories of places people may have to share. Feel free to expand and don't hold back.

We're 27 and 31 years old. Like to party a bit, but also love relaxing. Like some adventure, but still wanna chill. Love live music and great food!

Thanks and regards,
- Mac Brown.
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          2 dollars 2011 UNC, Belize - Jelenlegi ára: 1 260 Ft      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TISZTELT GYŰJTŐTÁRSAK! A Numis Numismatics köszönti online aukcióján!
POSTAKÖLTSÉG  A Magyar Posta díjszabása szerint:  
-         Ajánlott levél 500Ft -         500 Ft vételár alatti vásárlásnál sima levélként is kérhető a postázás, de csak előre értékeléssel, az elveszett  küldeményekért ugyanis felelősséget nem vállalunk és a Posta sem, a levél elvesztése végett csak akkor adunk kártérítést, ha a postától megkaptuk a kártérítési díjat, és csak annak a megítélt összegét tudjuk visszaadni. -         Amennyiben banki pénztári befizetést választ +300 ft-ot kell fizetni a banki költségek végett.  Kérem ezt figyelembe            venni, és tiszteletben tartani! -         Több tételt vásárlóktól  természetesen csak EGY postaköltséget kérünk.
A megnyert tételek átvételére az aukció lezárásától számított 10 nap áll rendelkezésre. Tételek összevárására van lehetőség előre egyeztetés után.
TARTÁSFOKOK   PP :  Proof Bu:  selyemfényű UNC:  Uncirculated: verdefényes / bankfriss Forgalomban sohasem volt, gyűrődés, hajtás, szennyeződés, szakadás és hiányosság nélküli bankjegy, ahogy a nyomdából kikerül. Érméknél karc, peremhiba és kopásmentes. aUNC:  about Uncirculated: közel verdefényes / hajtatlan Alig észrevehető gyűrődéssel jellegzetes újszerűségét elvesztett, gyakorlatilag forgalomban sohasem volt, HAJTÁS NÉLKÜLI, komolyabb szennyeződés, szakadás és hiányosság nélküli bankjegy. Érméknél apró karcok kis peremhiba. EF+, EF:  Extra fine: kiváló Esetleg észrevehetően gyűrött, 1-szer, maximum 3-szor hajtott, szennyeződés, szakadás és hiányosság nélküli bankjegy. Érméknél enyhe, szabad szemmel látható karcolásokkal, a legkiemelkedőbb felületek kopásával. VF:  Very fine: nagyon szép Ez esetleg észrevehetően gyűrött, több, mint három helyen hajtott, a szennyeződés csekély jeleit mutató, de szakadás és hiányosság nélküli bankjegy. Érméknél a használat több jelével, szabad szemmel látható karcolásokkal, nagyobb kopott felületekkel. F:  Fine: szép A forgalom fokozottabb jeleit mutató, erősebben gyűrött és szennyezett, de szakadás és hiányosság nélküli bankjegy. VG:  Very Good: nagyon jó Hiányosság nélküli, erősebben gyűrött és szennyezett bankjegy, amelyen legfeljebb 4 centiméteres szakadás van. Érméknél igencsak használt, amely a sok használat jeleit mutatja, nagyon sok szabad szemmel is jól látható karcolássokkal rendelkezhet és nagymértékű koszt viselhet magán. G:  Good: jó Az a hiányosság nélküli, erősebben gyűrött és szennyezett bankjegy,
2 dollars 2011 UNC, Belize
Jelenlegi ára: 1 260 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-08-30 09:47
          Insight Guides Guatemala, Belize and Yucatan, 4 edition      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000\Название: Insight Guides Guatemala, Belize and Yucatan, 4 edition
Автор: Insight Guides
Издательство: Insight Guides
Год: 2018
Формат: EPUB
Размер: 62 Мб
Язык: английский / English

From deciding when to go, to choosing what to see when you arrive, this is all you need to plan your trip and experience the best of Guatemala, Belize and the Yucat?n, with in-depth insider information on must-see, top attractions like the Mayan sites of Chich?n Itz? and Tikal, as well as the best of the Riviera Maya.
          Comment on Going Slow in Caye Caulker, Part Two: Photos, Hotel and Food by Paul Chaney      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
We're coming to Belize in October and had planned to only stay in San Pedro and visit Caye Caulker for the day. But plans change. Now we're spending the first 24 hours on Caye Caulker and so excited. We love this little island so much. Go Slow -- that's kind of our motto these days.

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