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Jan. 25th, 2005

Boston update... US authorities forced a light plane to land in San Antonio (**). Plane was registered to Afzal Hameed of Dover, Delaware. Hameed allowed the plane's registration to expire in '02. Somehow they got five people into the four-seater 172; four red Chinese and a 'Mexican national' pilot. Plane flew in from Mexico. The four red Chinese are somehow linked to the Boston dealie (you know, the one the authorities have been poo-pooing as a hoax despite the big-time reaction by law enforcement).

http://www.woai.com/news/local/story.aspx?content_id=17053480-D960-4D97-9BF7-04A7492B7271

Hmm. So, where's Hameed? How'd the illegal get the plane? Isn't it a tiny bit odd that five illegals, four of whom are citizens of an aggressive expansionist communist regime but could legally enter the US with a straight-forward visa are illegally flying into the US in a plane owned in the US by someone with an arab name but somehow flying from Mexico into the US in the possession of an illegal alien? Gosh, forgive me; that treads dangerously close to profiling, doesn't it? I'm sure there's an obvious, simple, innocent explanation. Occam's razor, and all that.

(**) Unusual proctographical correlation; Boston, Myassachusetts, and San Antonio, Texass. What does it mean?

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rabidkitten
Jan. 25th, 2005 05:56 pm (UTC)
http://www.stoptheinvasion.com/columnists/pschlafly/schlafly003.html
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http://www.alamanceind.com/newfol~4/immig_17.html
"The "mainstream media" occasionally - rarely - tells Americans
of the episodes nowadays, but the steady stream of Chinese illegals
now headed our way was predicted in April 1994 by a Canadian
intelligence analyst."
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