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Monday, December 17, 2012

Illegal Immigration ....Fences Work

The United States is not the only nation dealing with the effects of crushing ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION across the global many nation are. The difference is that some nations see the problem as a problem and deal with it accordingly. Israel is one of those nations and one of the cornerstones of their efforts has been fences .... miles of them. Most of us have heard the liberal mantra about 10 foot fences and 12 foot ladders and like most widely held liberal beliefs its idiocy. We can and should close our borders would curtail the flow of drugs and ILLEGALS  into the nation. Illegal Immigration ....Fences Work

PM: Illegal Immigration, Human Trafficking Things of the Past

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu declared the problems of illegal immigration and human trafficking "have been solved.”
At an annual event discussing ways to end human trafficking, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu declared that the problem of illegal immigration into Israel "has been solved.” With no more than a few dozen illegals managing to get into Israel in recent months, Netanyahu said that for all intents and purposes, his government had managed to put an end to illegal immigration, and with it, the problem of human trafficking.
“Human trafficking, human torture, and murder of children were phenomena that accompanied the parade of illegals that entered the country. From the moment we stemmed this flow, with the intent of stopping illegal workers from entering the country, we were able to stop these phenomena as well,” he said.
“A year ago, there were thousands arriving here, and the rate of arrival was increasing. We strengthened our borders. And last month, just 40 illegals entered the country, and none of them reached the cities. We have halted the illegal entries, and with it the human trafficking crimes that accompanied it,” Netanyahu said.
Netanyahu added that Israel had come a long way in the human trafficking area. “For the first time, Israel appears in U.S. State Department reports among the top countries fighting against human trafficking. For the first time ever, according to State Department figures, not one victim of human trafficking entered the country in 2012. If someone saves a life, [the Talmud says], it is as if he saved the whole world,” Netanyahuadded. “And we have saved many worlds.”

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