MINUTEMEN: THE BATTLE TO SECURE AMERICA’S BORDERS: A BOOK REVIEW
In the history books, should Mexico’s invasion of America continue for another 28 months of the current administration’s term, America’s mortality falls into the hands of United States President George W. Bush. He fails himself; he fails his family; he fails his country.
In 230 years of the Republic, no other president allowed unlimited entry of 20 to 30 million foreigners without knowing their identity or intent. No president ever made excuses for lawlessness while participating in it.
After 9/11, George Bush should have closed down America’s borders with Mexico the next day. If he had abided by his oath of office, as did President Dwight D. Eisenhower, between 20 to 30 million invaders would not be operating with impunity within U.S. borders. Instead, this president openly invites lawlessness by ignoring Article IV Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution.
Affecting all 50 states, Mexico’s invasion represents a greater threat to the United States than WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam and Iraq.
In a blockbuster book, “MINUTEMEN: The Battle to Secure America’s Borders”, decorated Vietnam combat U.S. Marine Jim Gilchrist along with Dr. Jerome Corsi, author of the New York Times bestseller, “UNFIT FOR COMMAND”, expose Bush and Congress for their duplicitous pandering to corporations over the U.S. Constitution. As a combat veteran, Gilchrist makes a simple observation: “America is being invaded!”
“President Bush is delusional, lying, or completely clueless as to the crisis facing our country,” Gilchrist said. “The president and most members of the U.S. Senate are wrong and criminally incompetent on this issue. This is an invasion by illegal aliens pouring unchecked into America.”
Corsi and Gilchrist make cogent points that this invasion occurs at the expense of our middle-class tax base and American children. Crime and diseases descend upon Americans without mercy. The wealthy, including politicians, insulate themselves from what happens in average American neighborhoods.
To support Gilchrist’s charges, U.S. House member Steve King (R-Iowa) stated on July 1, 2006, “Illegal aliens kill 25 American daily, seven days a week, 365 days a year…that adds up to 9,125 dead Americans every year.”
Due to Bush and Congress’ failure to enforce the law, Americans face a deadly threat to their security, sovereignty and viability as a cohesive nation. While the middle-class struggles to feed, clothe and educate its families, at the same time, they carry an oppressive tax burden levied on them on behalf of millions of illegal aliens.
Gilchrist relates his 1968 Vietnam experiences in spellbinding prose, “After each deadly fire fight, we called in medical evacuations. Wielding a machete, we chopped away the jungle growth so hovering choppers could drop a basket from a sling and lift the wounded out through the triple-canopy jungle. We were exhausted, completely drained, emotionally and physically. At night, we passed out on the jungle floor. It was an authentic nightmare.”
Gilchrist and Corsi expose America’s growing nightmare via millions of illegal aliens creating “fire fights” against American citizens in communities across America. “Within several decades, America could end up with an underclass of 100 million people, transforming American into a second or third world country.”
The authors ask one of the biggest questions on the “why” of illegal alien migration. Who wins? They respond with the Catholic Church adding millions to fill its coffers. Both political parties pander to illegals hoping to add more voters. Real estate developers would love 10 million more illegals. Their goals include smart growth, slow growth, managed growth, shared growth and future growth—to pack Americans into cities like sardines. In the end, it’s all about greed; it’s all about money.
Who cares about national sovereignty? Who needs an orderly and civilized society? What does a border mean? What does the lock on your front and back door mean to you?
This captivating book exposes at every level, a federal government that allows, even invites lawless migration, but makes average taxpayers fork over their earnings to pay for crime, diseases, schools, medical care and prisons for illegals within our borders. It chronicles drug running, documentary fraud, tax corruption, working off the books, $60 billion in money transfers back to home countries, free breakfasts and lunch programs for illegal children, assisted housing, anchor babies and chain migration.
Chapter 10 illustrates a foreboding reality not yet understood by most Americans: Reconquista de Aztlan or the reconquest of the four Border States back into Mexico’s domain. At a day labor site in Rancho Cucamonga, California, a Mexican yelled, “Go back to Europe! This is Mexico! Get out of here racist pigs! Viva Saddam Hussein! Viva Cuba!” With millions added to the 10 million Mexicans already living illegally in America, at some point, they will chase Americans out of California, thus taking over by sheer population pressures.
Reaching Gilchrist by telephone, he said, “If you don’t think we’re being invaded, look at the illegals tearing down the U.S. flag over our post office in Maywood, California and raising the Mexican flag this September…if that doesn’t show you this is an invasion, I don’t know what will.”
The authors expose the Catholic Church’s outright promotion of lawlessness. Los Angeles Cardinal Mahony openly advocates for Mexicans to break America’s laws.
Such breaking of may promote over one billion people migrating to the U.S. according to Mark Krikorian, Director of the Center for Immigration Studies. Krikorian said, “You would reach a number that would essentially cannibalize our nation into a third-world environment.”
The authors demonstrate how the 1986 amnesty failed. It allowed another 20 million illegal aliens to invade America. Bush’s guest worker program fails on all counts. The Senate Bill 2611 fails on every level.
It’s time to send troops to secure the borders with military troops, build a fence, secure our ports and create attrition through enforcement of our immigration laws.
While I couldn’t put this book down, the last chapter brought tears to my eyes. Like Jim Gilchrist, my father served in WWII as a U.S. Marine in the South Pacific. Our troops from Valley Forge to the jungles of Vietnam to the sands of Iraq didn’t die for open borders and the loss of the rule of law.
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Frosty Wooldridge possesses a unique view of the world, cultures and families in that he has bicycled around the globe 100,000 miles, on six continents and six times across the United States in the past 30 years. His published books include: "HANDBOOK FOR TOURING BICYCLISTS" ; “STRIKE THREE! TAKE YOUR BASE”; “IMMIGRATION’S UNARMED INVASION: DEADLY CONSEQUENCES”; “MOTORCYCLE ADVENTURE TO ALASKA: INTO THE WIND—A TEEN NOVEL”; “BICYCLING AROUND THE WORLD: TIRE TRACKS FOR YOUR IMAGINATION”; “AN EXTREME ENCOUNTER: ANTARCTIA.” His next book: “TILTING THE STATUE OF LIBERTY INTO A SWAMP.” He lives in Denver, Colorado.
His latest book. ‘IMMIGRATION’S UNARMED INVASION—DEADLY CONSEQUENCES.’
After 9/11, George Bush should have closed down America’s borders with Mexico the next day. If he had abided by his oath of office, as did President Dwight D. Eisenhower, between 20 to 30 million invaders would not be operating with impunity within U.S. borders.