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Mexicans Without Borders Asks For Your Money

By Greg L | 10 December 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Crime, Prince William County | 30 Comments

Mexicans Without Borders and the Woodbridge Worker’s Committee is hard at work trying to make the unlawful residency of illegal aliens in Prince William County little more comfortable.  You too can willfully aid and abet violations of federal immigration law by contributing money to them as they provide food to illegal alien squatters huddled outside of area 7-Elevens according to a press release on DC indymedia.  You can even write your contributions off on your taxes.  Isn’t it nice that our federal government is allowing this organization that should rightfully be under scrutiny under criminal RICO statutes to obtain preferential tax treatment as they abet lawbreakers and use donations to lobby government bodies to protect these lawbreakers from the consequences of their actions?

Mexicans Without Borders is an adherent of the “Other Campaign” of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN), pledging to them material and financial support.  Macrina Cardenas, one of the founders of Mexicans Without Borders, boasted to the press that Mexicans Without Borders was a reserve military organization that would come to the aid of the EZLN if armed conflict resumed between the Mexican government and the EZLN.  Here’s a short overview of that relationship, and the history of the EZLN. They’re about as far removed from being a harmless social justice organization as it is possible to get.

I can understand that right now might be a tough time for illegal alien day laborers who are squatting on the property of local 7-Elevens and using it as their own exclusive job placement centers.  It’s cold out there these days.  Potential employers may also be aware of cases when these folks murdering their employers (see this and this for two notable examples), and that just might be hurting their chances of getting a job.  While Mexicans Without Borders is trying to perpetuate the presence of illegal alien day laborers, the responsible public safety imperative should be to have these illegal aliens deported before one of them steals from and then murders their employer in order to cover up the theft.   Instead of addressing this demonstrable public safety issue, the government instead rewards this group with tax-exempt status.  At least we’re not giving them public funding, as is the case in Maryland with CASA de Maryland.

The next victim of illegal alien crime would be well advised to sue Mexicans Without Borders for damages should the perpetrator of the crime have received support from these traitors.  Someone has to put an end to the insanity of Mexicans Without Borders, and it’s clear our government will not.

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  1. Battlecat said on 10 Dec 2008 at 6:49 am:
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    J Steinbach…..big surprise there.

    Mr. Steinbach, you’re putting a band-aid and a little bactine on a malignant tumor. Good luck with that!

  2. Pat.Herve said on 10 Dec 2008 at 8:26 am:
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    the real law breaker is the employer that is picking up these people, and paying them cash wages.

    Just like drugs - no use in going after the user, you have to go to the source.

  3. John Galt said on 10 Dec 2008 at 9:43 am:
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    Isn’t this the same effort of which Jennette Rishell said, “I didn’t provide aid to illegal immigrants. I provided food and warm clothing to workers in need”? MSF and Woodbridge Workers are only trying to maintain their political base, after the beating they took over losing the resolution debate.

    John Steinbach, Nancy Lyall, Terrisita Jucinto, and their allies over at the anti-site will do anything and everything to perpetuate the status quo. “Near starvation situation in Woodbridge”? Give me a break. Why don’t they just go home?

  4. Pat.Herve said on 10 Dec 2008 at 10:25 am:
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    They will not go home, as long as they can make more money here than there. We brought them here with our greed (always looking to do things cheaper so that we can make more money).

  5. Chicken Little said on 10 Dec 2008 at 10:33 am:
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    I wonder if these same people would do the same for the individuals at the homeless shelter on route 1 or give the food to a soup kitchen. Do they do the same for American citizens who are homeless/jobless/starving or just those that are Latino? We have numerous individuals who are homeless that need help - the Salvation Army and Goodwill have said that they need all the help they can get.

    MWB and the “Latino Media Collective” are also throwing a party in DC and for a $15 contribution, you can eat tamales, listen to music and watch some videos. No thanks.

    I’d rather take that $15 and give it to a homeless veteran who fought for our country or take it to a family who has been displaced from their jobs because of the cheap labor these “starving individuals” provide. Or give the money, clothes and food to children who need it, not people who are here only to send US dollars back to their homeland to provide for their family, while taking handouts here.

  6. John Galt said on 10 Dec 2008 at 10:40 am:
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    “I’d rather take that $15 and give it to a homeless veteran who fought for our country or take it to a family who has been displaced from their jobs because of the cheap labor these “starving individuals” provide. Or give the money, clothes and food to children who need it, not people who are here only to send US dollars back to their homeland to provide for their family, while taking handouts here.”


    To that I say, “Amen”.

  7. anonymous said on 10 Dec 2008 at 12:52 pm:
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    Can I send them a few dirty pesos?

  8. Johnson said on 10 Dec 2008 at 2:38 pm:
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    Seems like MWB is hurting, if they’re begging for funds. Isn’t that a good thing?

  9. Arlington Minority said on 10 Dec 2008 at 2:47 pm:
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    How did the the Virginia Commission on Immigration ever miss this trick in their dubious list of recommendations?

  10. Johnson said on 10 Dec 2008 at 3:45 pm:
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    Why is it that the Governor still has the last word on appointments to these Commissions?

  11. me-n-u said on 10 Dec 2008 at 4:06 pm:
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    That commission was so stacked in favor of illegal aliens is wasn’t even funny. Way to go Govenor Timmy.

  12. TDB said on 10 Dec 2008 at 5:26 pm:
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    What agency is MWB asking for the money? I ask because I need to know where to direct my anger.

  13. InTheNavy said on 10 Dec 2008 at 5:49 pm:
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    Speaking of making them a little more comfortable here, the following is a response that was received after a resident recently notified the city of an overcrowding situation on Prince William St. (tiny house with only 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, but with 8-10 vehicles parked there daily):

    “Thank you for your email, to determine occupancy we would need to do a physical inspection of the property, unfortunately as of right now the city is not performing any overcrowding inspection, as part of the agreement on recent law suit settlement the city attorney is working on the documentation for the new program, until all of that is completed nothing can be done.”

    Nothing like a bit of apathy to make the area “welcoming” again!

  14. Ron said on 10 Dec 2008 at 6:39 pm:
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    You might be interested in this news snippet about immigration and youth unemployment:


  15. Chicko said on 10 Dec 2008 at 7:19 pm:
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    that’s the last thing I’m gonna do is donate money to a scummy, illegal alien group. I’m sure the apologists on the other site are having a field day, hell I’m sure they are even throwing a fund-raiser for these low-lifes.

  16. Emma said on 10 Dec 2008 at 7:55 pm:
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    Chicko, the girls over there who think church and state should not mix are now quoting the Gospel of Matthew. Self-righteous, hypocritcal twits.

  17. Emma said on 10 Dec 2008 at 8:00 pm:
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    They see the Church as one big social service organization that needs to keep its mouth shut over social issues while doling out money to keep the antis gardeners and housekeepers in the country. God forbid anyone should pay a citizen a living wage to do the same work–or, better yet, do it themselves.

  18. Citizen12 said on 10 Dec 2008 at 9:45 pm:
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    Speeking of aid for illegals……..

    Did anyone catch the 4 previous honchos from Fanni-mae testifying yesterday? Right before the end of the first session they were asked to explain about the program specifically designed for illegal aliens to get in on the act. They were asked who and why such a program would be developed for a government program.

    Of course they ran out of time so it was requested they submit their answers in writing.

  19. Marie said on 10 Dec 2008 at 10:58 pm:
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    You guys need to read the book of Matthew.

    Also read the Declaration of Human Rights adopted on December 10, 1948. Today marks the 60th Anniversary.

  20. Marie said on 10 Dec 2008 at 10:59 pm:
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    Oh, here is the link.


  21. Marie said on 10 Dec 2008 at 11:08 pm:
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    FYI. No one is quoting Greg. Actually I do not think Greg has ever mentioned a scripture in the New Testament. He is always siting the Old Testament-the book of law. Christians are under a New Covenant.

    You are so quick to point fingers at the the folks over on anti. Remember each time you point that finger of yours you have three pointing back at you.

    Actually, I fail to see what feeding hungry people has to do with the separation of church and state. It is the right thing to do.

    Maybe it is time to begin to recognize the oneness of all humanity.

  22. Greg L said on 10 Dec 2008 at 11:37 pm:
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    Actually, I’ve never quoted anything here other than the New Testament with the sole exception of commenting on a reference Jeanette Rishell made to Leviticus during a 2006 candidate debate. If you’d bother to actually read rather than swallow wholesale the deliberate lies that others tell, you might have a slight chance of being factually accurate.

    Or maybe you just don’t know where to find 2 Timothy, John or Romans. If it’s a case of not knowing which books are in the New Testament, there are a few online resources that can help.

  23. Citizen12 said on 11 Dec 2008 at 1:00 am:
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    Marie said on 10 Dec 2008 at 10:58 pm: Flag comment
    …Also read the Declaration of Human Rights adopted on December 10, 1948. Today marks the 60th Anniversary.


    No need for that U.N., one world order mumbo jumbo.

    The Declaration of Independence and The Constitution of the United States are all we will ever need.

    Read It.

    Learn It.

    Live It.


  24. FormerCityofManassasResident said on 11 Dec 2008 at 7:49 am:
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    Regarding the post by InTheNavy - next to me is a townhouse with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, that has at least 10 people living in it. I got the same response from the City of Manassas. Needless to say, I had enough after living in the neighborhood for 25 years and the last 3 years living next to this boarding house, that the City refuses to do anything about. For awhile they did, before the lawsuit and then they stopped doing anything. Then again, when they’d come and inspect the house and find it overcrowded, it would be fine for 2 or 3 months and then go right back to being overcrowded again.

    In any event, I finally decided it was time to get out of there, and moved out of my townhouse after living there for 25 years. I don’t see the situation improving, unless the City of Manassas gets serious about enforcing overcrowding problems, with the numerous boarding houses throughout the city.

  25. rebelreggie said on 11 Dec 2008 at 10:46 am:
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    Cleaning Firm Used Illegal Aliens at Chertoff Home

    Every few weeks for nearly four years, the Secret Service screened the ID’s of employees for a Maryland cleaning company before they entered the house of Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff, the nation’s top immigration official.

    The company’s owner says the workers sailed through the checks - although some of them turned out to be illegal immigrants.

    Go here to read article…..


  26. Emma said on 11 Dec 2008 at 1:01 pm:
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    Marie, your response to me is barely coherent and bears little relevance to what I said. I said nothing about Greg, or about him quoting scripture. Next time try to actually read and understand before you wet your pants trying to discredit someone so you can get a little positive affirmation from your girlfriends over there. I think they are full of it, they don’t give a rat’s a** about the hungry. That is, unless the “hungry” have Hispanic surnames and no papers, and provide the cheap labor that they and their friends need and the ammunition for their silly little vendetta.

    Let them point fingers all they want at me. How easy they are to manipulate.

  27. Emma said on 11 Dec 2008 at 4:43 pm:
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    And Marie, while you’re playing in their cesspool, kindly ask them why they think I own a gun. Y’all need to put down the water pipe.

  28. rebelreggie said on 14 Dec 2008 at 1:39 pm:
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    Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio planning to
    charge inmates for meals
    The Associated Press
    Tucson, Arizona | Published: 12.13.2008


    PHOENIX Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio says jail inmates will start paying for their own meals next month in a move that could save taxpayers more than $900,000 annually in food costs.
    The policy would charge inmates $1.25 per day for their meals. It would apply only to those inmates who have money in personal accounts or “on their books.”

    Arpaio estimated that about 2,000 of the nearly 10,000 inmates in the system will end up paying for food each day.
    Those who can’t afford to pay will still receive food, but Arpaio said prison officials will track their free meals.

    Inmates can accrue money in their accounts in two ways. If they’re carrying cash when they are arrested, it goes into an account. Later, friends and relatives can send them money.

    Prisoners with funds in their accounts will be charged for those meals. Inmates who can’t pay will have an open tab, so they would face those charges if arrested again and return to one of the county facilities.

    A policy charging inmates for food was authorized by the Legislature in the late 1990s, but Arpaio said he stopped requiring them to pay when he started charging for visits to medical professionals.
    But the economic downturn, and a countywide edict for departments to slash 20 percent off their budgets, has forced sheriff’s officials to consider a variety of cost-cutting measures.

  29. Jon Wong said on 14 Dec 2008 at 6:13 pm:
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    If they go home, they can eat grasshopper tacos like their relatives!

  30. Emma said on 15 Dec 2008 at 5:11 pm:
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    Now there’s an image.

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