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Invasion: How America Still Welcomes Terrorists, Criminals, And Other Foreign Menaces To Our Shores Paperback – August 15, 2004
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Malkin's work illustrates, not only the ease in which illegals breech our borders, but even the minute inconvenience it is for them to stay here, even after being arrested. The total ineptitude of the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) is deplorable, but Malkin shows the problem is hardly limited to the INS, but reaches into all associated with securing our borders.
Fighting terrorism is undoubtedly the cause to be rallied around by all Americans in this decade, and it must start with stopping the influx of illegal aliens into America. This book will arm you with the knowledge needed to make educated commentary to your representatives, or even to debate this perilous issue on the local level.
See how liberal ideals and regulations have opened our borders to this invasion of illegals. Look at actual case histories of illegal felons and how easily they were able to perpetuate their crimes and how they could have been stopped and American lives saved. Find out about the rampant corruption within our government agencies and courts that have a chokehold on American security.
I recommend a lot of books, but this is one of the few I would place on the "must read" list. Michelle Malkin is one of today's finest writers and is on the short list of leadership spearheading the move for immigration reform. Get this book, educate yourself, and get active in this war against illegal immigration. Our future and our children's futures, depend on it.
I suspect that the mass immigration media won't even bother addressing the content of this very serious and expertly researched book. The inconvenient fact that illegal aliens rape and murder innocent American citizens, and assassinate law enforcement officers (documented in Chapters 5 and 6) is something that just doesn't fit the "immigrant good, restriction bad" script. So in the face of deafening media silence, click your mouse and buy Invasion! Read it. Share it with your friends and neighbors.
For anyone who actually reads Invasion cover-to-cover (reviewers included), you will know more of the truth about how the federal government has utterly failed to enforce our immigration laws than you could ever have imagined.
You will learn in Chapter 10 that there is a permanent amnesty-granting machine buried deep inside the U.S. Department of Justice. You'll learn that this bureaucracy is called the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR), that it controls the nationwide U.S. Immigration Court system and its appellate body called the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), and that it makes a federal case out of the deportation of every single illegal alien and criminal alien resident in the United States. By reading Invasion, you will learn how this litigation bureaucracy operates behind closed doors, turning "due process" into a shameless farce of bureaucratic delay and abuse that allows countless illegal aliens and criminal aliens to remain in the United States.
Invasion is an historic book.Read more ›
As anyone who follows immigration policy knows, the nation's news media self-censors immigration coverage. With a few exceptions (San Diego Union-Tribune, Washington Times, Christian Science Monitor) immigration coverage is driven by political correctness. If a story is unflattering to the immigration system, it simply does not get printed.
Michelle Malkin has put together an amazing summary of what's wrong with the immigration system; one that is clear and easy to understand. It reads like a criminal indictment, ranging from incompetence to corruption and political pandering to commercial interests trumping national security. Once you start reading this book, you simply can't stop turning the pages. I finished it in an evening.
If you want to learn how the World Trade Center was destroyed, this is the book to read.
Still not convinced of media bias in immigration coverage?
Read Malkin's book and you will learn how President Bush, many members of Congress and the "immigration elite" have been pushing for a bill allowing "terrorists" to get green cards; a story the nation's news media has collectively ignored. (You can't make this stuff up folks.)
Like Ann Coulter's "Slander", this is one of those books the news media hopes will go away. Where "Slander" deals with media bias itself, "Invasion" covers material of national importance that media bias causes to be ignored.
When you finish this book, you will be outraged and you will know exactly who is responsible for the mess we are in.
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I read this book right before I shipped out for Iraq and I found it an eye opening read. To me, the whole Global War on Terrorism could have been avoided entirely if Americans... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Carl Robinson
Excellent book that should be re-publicized, as it's more timely now than ever. Essential information about the illegal alien invasion of our country.Published 13 months ago by ibsharkbait
A pretty fun read. Thuis author has a ton of haters, so I gave it a whirl. She's right. The door is flapping in the breeze welcoming saracens, swindlers, slavers, and sleeze.Published on April 2, 2014 by modbantam
I read this because I'm a moron. I thought that by testing the waters of extreme conservatism I would, in some way, start to see where the other side is coming from. Read morePublished on August 7, 2013 by Harmless
Thank you Michelle. I always agree with the truth. I do appreciate the investigation and fact gathering. Truth will prevail. This sheds light on our broken government. Read morePublished on May 1, 2013 by Ron Haines