Jim Kouri, CPP
Sun Apr 30, 2006 15:17


Jim Kouri, CPP

April 30, 2006

On May 1, the US Border Patrol Agents Local 2544 will be doing their part to
offset any adverse impact on the American economy as a result of the upcoming
illegal aliens' boycott. Local 2544, which represents Border Patrol agents in
Arizona, vows to make big-ticket item purchases of computers and other expensive
items on May 1.

"We wish all the illegal aliens would take their May 1 'protest' a step further,
and completely remove themselves from the country," say Local officials.

You have been invaded, America. There are reportedly 20 million illegal aliens
in this country now, and the number could be much higher.

Border patrol agents state plainly that these people are not supposed to be here
and nobody knows who they are.

"Our president, George W. Bush, is doing nothing more than winking at them and
promising them a huge amnesty program," Local 2544 officials said.

Meanwhile, two border-state governors have recently declared their borders
"disaster areas" because many of the people running the federal government sit
on their hands, frozen in fear, and they refuse to address this problem in any
meaningful way. 40% of the people still in Mexico say they want to come here.

"We try every day to stem this massive wave of illegal immigration, but we are
overwhelmed, ill-equipped, underfunded, and sold out by politicians. We lost
this battle years ago," officials said in a press release.

Border patrol agents have attempted to get their message out to the American
people, but the monolithic news media ignore what they have to say about the
illegal immigration issue.

"Thousands more illegal aliens make it into [the United States] every day. We
simply cannot stop them. We don't even have a reliable two-way communications
system in the border patrol. Many times, if an agent gets caught up in a bad
situation in a remote area, he or she is on their own," claim members of Local

While the federal government and Washington lawmakers tell they American people
that they are beefing up border security, the men and women on the frontlines
know the sad truth: "There is no way to call for backup. It's inexcusable. Our
vehicle fleet is falling apart, with many patrol vehicle in excess of 100,000 or
200,000 very hard miles. We are constantly told there is 'no funding' for new
vehicles, so we continue to drive unreliable junk year after year after year."

Take it from the troops on the front lines America -- the borders of this
country are completely out of control.

"Don't listen to the smooth-talking pinheads who tell you otherwise," said Local
2544 in their press release.

So what can you and I do about this dangerous situation? Well, let's heed the
advice of the men and women on the frontlines of the border war:

"We need your help. What can you do? Call your congressmen and senators. Demand
that they get our borders under control. Demand that they properly fund the
border patrol so we can get the equipment and infrastructure we need to do our
jobs. Demand that they give us the freedom to do our jobs (yes, even if it means
offending someone). Demand that they back off the all-out assault on border
patrol agents' workplace rights (they want to shut our union down and gain the
authority to fire us for any reason without any meaningful third party

And lastly, Border Patrol agents implore Americans to demand that political
leaders in the House of Representatives and the Senate not support any type of
amnesty proposal to reward the lawbreakers already here.

"It will only encourage millions more to come. We had a massive amnesty program
in 1986. It was supposed to stop illegal immigration once and for all. It was an
unmitigated disaster and only made things worse. Smart countries don't repeat
their mistakes."

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Jim Kouri, CPP is currently fifth vice-president of the National Association of
Chiefs of Police. He's former chief at a New York City housing project in
Washington Heights nicknamed "Crack City" by reporters covering the drug war in
the 1980s. He's also served on the National Drug Task Force and trained police
and security officers throughout the country.

He writes for many police and crime magazines including Chief of Police, Police
Times, The Narc Officer, Campus Law Enforcement Journal, and others. He's
appeared as on-air commentator for over 100 TV and radio news and talk shows
including Oprah, McLaughlin Report, CNN Headline News, MTV, Fox News, etc. His
book Assume The Position is available at Amazon.Com, Booksamillion.com, and can
be ordered at local bookstores.

E-Mail: COPmagazine@aol.com

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