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Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Algeria’s Response to Invaders: Sometimes, We Really Can Learn from Third World Societies

By Jerry PDX
Tuesday, June 26, 2018 at 8:41:00 P.M. EDT

We could learn something from how the Algerians are handling unwanted migrants:
“Walk or Die: Algeria Abandons 13,000 Migrants in Sahara” (Fox News).

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

MEX kills police officer in Dallas
DALLAS (AP) — A Dallas police officer died Wednesday after a shooting that wounded another officer and an employee at a home improvement store, the city’s mayor said.
Mayor Mike Rawlings was presiding over a city council meeting when he announced the death of Rogelio Santander, a member of the police force for three years. Santander, officer Crystal Almeida and a loss-prevention officer for Home Depot were shot Tuesday by a man identified by police as 29-year-old Armando Luis Juarez.

The two officers and the store loss-prevention officer underwent surgery for their injuries after the shooting in the north of the city, Dallas Police Chief U. Renee Hall said late Tuesday.

Almeida and the loss-prevention officer, who hasn’t been identified, were in critical condition Wednesday.

Police arrested Juarez following a high-speed car chase. He’s being held at the Dallas County jail on charges of aggravated assault on a public servant and felony theft. He was taken into custody shortly before 10 p.m.

“We got our man,” Rawlings said at a late-night news conference at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas.

But relatives of Juarez said they couldn’t believe he would be involved in such a violent episode.

“There’s no way my son could’ve done this,” Ruben Juarez told The Dallas Morning News, adding that he didn’t think his son owned any guns.

Armando Juarez’s grandmother, Janie Longoria, told reporters Tuesday that her grandson is a “sweet, lovable person,” but that his friends are a bad influence.
“And I told him to stay away from those people,” she said.

Police were called to the store to help an off-duty police officer to remove Juarez from the store. Police have not said if he was suspected of shoplifting or why he was being ejected from store. Juarez opened fire as he was being escorted from the store and made his escape. Several law enforcement agencies were involved in the pursuit that led to his eventual arrest.

Rawlings said late Tuesday that he remains “upset at the lack of respect for our police in this city and in our country.”
GRA:Mex and black don't respect police or the law.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Access denied. Someone in Algeria is suppressing the news. March or Die was the slogan of the French Foreign Legion [maybe still is]. March or die in the Sahara they meant.

Anonymous said...

The rest of the story...according to Tucker Carlson
Rep. Joseph Crowley of New York, a top-ranking Democrat and a rising star in the party, lost in a stunning upset Tuesday to a little-known primary challenger, sending shock waves through the party out of power less than five months before the midterm elections.

With almost all the ballots tallied, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a 28-year-old activist, had more than 57 percent of the vote to 42 percent for Crowley, the fourth-ranking House Democrat. Crowley became just the third sitting member of Congress, and the first Democratic incumbent, to lose in a primary this year.
GRA:The rest of the story is Cortez ran a racist campaign,according to Carlson.Her platform was described as the following,"He's a white man and a white man cannot represent this area."She also wants free everything for her Mexican constituency.It reminds me of the Indian immigrant that's running for governor of Michigan,Shri Thanedar,a guy that can barely speak understandable English--he wants to give away everything as well.
There are plenty of socialists out there willing to give these foreigners a chance.Amazing,
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
Yes, the link says access denied but you can still find the story. Just google Algeria march or die. I don't know why the link won't work from here.

Anonymous said...

ICE PROTESTS,ARREST SCOREBOARD:
Portland 8 Grand Rapids 7
as of noon EDT.
FOX showed Jerry pdx's city,with riot police blocking about a 100 ICE protesters--8 arrested so far.I switched on my local news and was surprised to see a similar group,with 7 arrests.These Mex are pretty well organized,as this is occurring nationwide.Why can't we get whites to organize as proficiently,for our issues,which would be anti-immigration,black on white crime,neighborhood invasion etc.
Once again,as we're headed to the 4th inning of today's protest,it's Portland 8,Grand Rapids 7.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

"access denied" at that link.

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
There was also a Patriot Prayer rally to counter the ICE protest though it didn't get any mention in the print media. One of the local news stations mentioned it passingly.

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
Here is another link to a more detailed story re Algeria's expulsion of illegals: https://apimagesblog.com/blog/2018/6/24/walk-or-die-algeria-abandons-migrants-in-the-sahara-2
Here is an excerpt from the story:

In Assamaka, the migrants settle into a depression in the dunes behind the border post until the IOM can get enough buses to fetch them. The IOM offers them a choice: Register with IOM to return eventually to their home countries or fend for themselves at the border.

Some decide to take their chances on another trip north, moving to The Dune, an otherworldly open-air market a few kilometers away, where macaroni and gasoline from Algeria are sold out of the back of pickups and donkey carts. From there, they will try again to return to Algeria, in hopes of regaining the lives and jobs they left behind. Trucks are leaving all the time, and they take their fare in Algerian dinars.


Sounds like a lot of these people are making a choice to go back to Algeria instead of accepting help to go back home. So why are the Algerians responsible again?

The article also mentioned that the trip back south is essentially the same trip they took to get to Algeria. So if they successfully made it to Algeria, then why can't they also get back home the same way?

Notice also, if you do search for these articles on google, they all mention "pregnant women" prominently and show pictures of women. However, it's just like the boat immigrants and Mex at the border, every wide shot of the crowds of people show it's 95% young males. It's designed to elicit sympathy and steer attention away from the fact that these mass migrations are usually invasions of 20 something year old men. No mention or photos of children though, I can't believe these migrants have no children, so I gather from that that the Algerians are exempting people with children. That has to be the case because these kind of articles would love nothing better to blast "migrant children sent to the desert to die", all they need is one kid to be able to do that but there isn't a peep about children.

Anonymous said...

Seven hundred mile sand berm between Morocco and Algeria. Prevent pesons from crossing illegally. Golly! Who would do such a terrible thing.