When we’ve talked about the sanctuary policies and their impact on public safety, we usually talk about Virginia Beach and the horrible tragedy that happened there earlier this year. In doing so, we ignore a more local tragedy in which four people died and eleven others were injured, although having deaths among what one would reasonably suspect to be illegal aliens doesn’t quite carry the emotional impact of sixteen and seventeen year old Caucasian girls. Ignoring the carnage that illegal aliens inflict on themselves and other members of their community is a disservice, and conveniently hides how just as they wreak havoc on America and Americans, they are themselves exploited and victims in this national tragedy to the same, or perhaps greater degree than we.
In the early morning of November 4th, 2006 seven persons piled into a Dodge Intrepid and left a Hispanic bar called Confetty’s near Manassas Park, on their way to Herndon. Alcohol, speed and bad judgment caused this car to slam into a Mustang pulling out of a driveway on Route 28 in Yorkshire at about 80 MPH. The Intrepid crossed the road and slammed into a Mercedes head-on. Of the seven persons in the Intrepid, four died including the driver, 23-year-old Carlos Martinez, who had no drivers license. Another of the fatalities was identified as a Honduran national. Although Prince William County Police were at the time operating under official policies that steadfastly ignored a persons legal status whenever possible (which continues to this day), every indication is that this driver was an illegal alien.
This person lived in Fairfax County, got drunk in Manassas Park, and killed himself and half of his passengers in Prince William County. That should definitely reinforce how important it is for us to ensure that sanctuary areas exist nowhere, and how important it is for citizens in jurisdictions surrounding Prince William County to weigh in on the debate here. What happens in Fairfax, Manassas, Manassas Park, or Prince William impacts every other and surrounding jurisdiction. There is no safe haven from the effects of illegal aliens in any of our communities.
More significantly, this demonstrates how this current situation which brings so many illegal aliens into our communities impacts those illegal aliens in ways that we citizens might not understand, or be somewhat reluctant to acknowledge if we do. These illegals are the exploited indentured servants of the twenty-first century, encouraged to leave their families, their rich cultures, and their beautiful communities in order to come to America and be the veritable slaves that landscape our yards, build our homes, and run our cash registers all so business owners can improve their profit margins. They travel hundreds of not thousands of miles to come here, and a not so insignificant number of them perish in the process, only to lead miserable lives waiting for a job on a street corner in Herndon, or perhaps a 7-11 on Coverstone Drive. Disconnected from their culture, their families and their sense of place they inflict drunken carnage on our roads, abuse our children, and otherwise disdain our laws and our culture. We share a strange victimhood, the illegal aliens and the citizens who suffer their presence, caused by conditions that both sides should rightly view as intolerable.
Four presumed illegal aliens died that night. Other injured victims included American citizens. On that evening, we both suffered the consequences of this deplorable situation that brings illegal aliens here to destroy our culture and our society and rips them from the culture and society that makes them responsible citizens in their home countries. If you care for them as you care for your fellow citizen, you’ll do everything you can to encourage them to return to their native land and remove the incentives that cause them to come here to be our modern-day exploited class.
We must end this. We must end sanctuary policies, and we must stop those companies that think that a better bottom line is worth destroying our country for. The first step is passing Supervisor Stirrup’s proposed resolution in Prince William County which will reduce the incentives for illegal aliens to be among us.
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