Wednesday, January 09, 2019

Fearless New Book -- No Safe Places: Death at the Hands of Illegal Aliens!

NEW BOOK -- No Safe Places: Death at the Hands of Illegal Aliens


Book News:
The Social Contract Press is pleased to announce the release of its new book, No Safe Places: Death at the Hands of Illegal Aliens.
In this book, crime investigator Dave Gibson profiles more than 50 innocent Americans of all races, ages, and backgrounds who have lost their lives at the hands of illegal aliens. In interviews with victims' parents and relatives, the book brings to life the terrible human toll resulting from the nation's ongoing failure to control its borders.
From a 3-year-old boy killed by a drunk driver while waiting for his ice cream, to a 93-year-old woman beaten to death in her own home, the circumstances of their untimely and brutal deaths are told in unblinking detail.
While the media is full of stories that portray illegal aliens as sympathetic victims of their circumstances, it systematically ignores the plight of Americans who are being raped, robbed, and killed by people who should never have been allowed to enter their country. Nothing else has ever been published which focuses so much attention on the fallen victims of this ongoing invasion and allows the reader a glimpse at what life is like for those left behind.
Author Dave Gibson has worked in law enforcement, as a legislative aide to a Virginia State Senator, and has written about crime and immigration for more than a decade. His website ( features daily reports on those crimes, including murders, rapes, child sexual assaults, and other types of crimes, now plaguing Americans cities, both large and small.
Gibson is a featured contributor to The Social Contract quarterly magazine. Contact: (757) 214-3166,
Copies are available for purchase here.



Anonymous said...

Just from illegals drunk driving there is a huge number of American citizens killed each year by the illegals. A number perhaps thousands per year [exact figure too difficult to determine with accuracy because the states do not keep accurate records on such things.] That alone constitutes a number beyond anything acceptable to the American public.

Anonymous said...

I look forward to seeing Maddow or Lemon interviewing the author.