Saturday, November 30, 2013

'I Want an American Baby! Chinese Women Flock to the U.S. to Give Birth' - "All of which has led to a proliferation of so-called anchor babies. At least 10,000 such Chinese babies were born in America last year"

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I Want an American Baby! Chinese Women Flock to the U.S. to Give Birth

Jiang Wenjun was getting ready to go to America. His wife, due to give birth to their son any day, was already there. Like any expectant parents, the Shanghai couple agonized over how best to prepare for the arrival — and upbringing — of their firstborn child. American citizenship, they decided, was one of the finest gifts they could bestow. “America is the strongest country in the world,” says Jiang, whose son was born just days after he eventually arrived in California this month. “We want our child to have the best future.”
The U.S. is one of the few nations where simply being born on its soil confers citizenship on a newborn. That policy has spawned a birth-tourism industry, in which pregnant foreigners flock to American hospitals to secure U.S. passports for their babies. Although the foreign couple can’t acquire U.S. nationality themselves, once their American-born offspring turn 21 they can theoretically sponsor their parents for future U.S. citizenship. Another perk: these American-born kids can take advantage of the U.S. education system, even paying lower in-state fees for public universities, depending on where they were delivered. (California is a popular birth-tourism destination because of its well-known university system.)
More rich Chinese than ever are sending their families and money abroad. One study of Chinese millionaires found that half had either emigrated or were thinking of doing so. Boston Consulting Group estimates that Chinese have some $450 billion stockpiled overseas. What’s driving the exodus? Some wealthy citizens are spooked about the impact of an anti-corruption campaign on their murkily sourced income. Others worry about the long-term risks of raising their kids in a polluted environment with dirty air, water and food. The pressure-cooker atmosphere of Chinese schools makes overseas schooling attractive. And even though China’s draconian one-child policy is being loosened, some couples feel it’s easier to give birth overseas and circumvent meddling by Chinese family-planning bureaucrats.
All of which has led to a proliferation of so-called anchor babies. At least 10,000 such Chinese babies were born in America last year, according to an estimate by an online platform dedicated to monitoring and rating confinement centers for Chinese women giving birth in the States. Naturally, a thriving business catering to these tiny foreign passport holders has developed. The Jia Mei Canadian and American Baby Counseling Services Center, with offices across China, charges between $30,000 and $40,000 to women who want to deliver babies in the States. The fee includes a plane ticket, accommodation in Los Angeles or Chicago in a two- or three-bedroom apartment or house, plus all the citizenship paperwork for the newborn. Women spend two months in the U.S. before delivery and one month postpartum. Nannies, drivers and a chef will be shared among three women, promises Jia Mei. Of course, Chinese-speaking doctors will be on call. . . .

San Francisco’s Naked Illegal Alien: Why Wasn't He Deported? -"Perez made chimpanzee sounds and fondled himself. 'He was jumping up and down going, "Oo, oo, oo, oo, oo, oo" while he was playing with himself,' Bullard said. 'That’s when he started approaching me in an aggressive motion.... He’s growling at me at this point'"

San Francisco’s Naked Illegal Alien: 
Why Wasn't He Deported?

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On May 10, a man attired only in a gigantic Latino-fro assaulted several people in a San Francisco BART transit station. Between the attacks, the naked man hopped around performing gymnastic tricks, alluding to his non-psycho day job of public acrobat in the circus troupe ClownSnotBombs, where he presumably wore pants.
This being techie San Francisco, YouTube videos and photos of the incident soon appeared, showing the naked man chasing and grabbing riders, plus pushing one person violently backward onto the floor. The attacker was identified after arrest as Yeiner Perez Garizabalo (known as Yeiner Perez), a citizen of Colombia and illegal alien in this country.
Some locals cracked sick jokes about the episode in online reactions, but it’s clear from the sights and sounds on the videos that what happened was violent and frightening. Perez went after at least two people, as can be see by anyone on the YouTubes. . . .

China claims victory in scrubbing Internet clean (Regrettable but not nearly as bad as Western governments demographically erasing their own people--and never allowing a vote on it.)

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China claims victory in scrubbing Internet clean

BEIJING (AP) — The Chinese government has declared victory in cleaning up what it considers rumors, negativity and unruliness from online discourse, while critics say the moves have suppressed criticism of the government and ruling Communist Party.

Beijing launched the campaign this summer, arresting dozens of people for spreading rumors, creating new penalties for people who post libelous information and calling in the country's top bloggers for talks urging them to guard the national interest and uphold social order. At the same time, government agencies at all levels have boosted their online presence to control the message in cyberspace.
"If we should describe the online environment in the past as good mingling with the bad, the sky of the cyberspace has cleared up now because we have cracked down on online rumors," Ren Xianliang, vice minister of the State Internet Information Office, said during a rare meeting this week with foreign journalists.
A study by an Internet opinion monitoring service under the party-owned People's Daily newspaper showed the number of posts by a sample of 100 opinion leaders declined by nearly 25 percent and were overtaken by posts from government microblog accounts. . . .

Friday, November 29, 2013

With news of violent 'knockout game' sweeping the US, 2012 'White Girl Bleed A Lot,' by Colin Flaherty, seems almost clairvoyant


In 2012 author Colin Flaherty published his book chronicling the "epidemic of black mob violence" and was immediately labeled a racist for his central thesis that racial violence is growing in the United States despite the claims that violent crime statistics have fallen in recent decades.
Flaherty's book declares that, "Racial violence is exploding across the country. Cops deny it. Newspapers do too. Thank God for YouTube."
"Racial violence is back," the book begins, "In hundreds of episodes across the country since 2010, groups of black people are roaming the streets of America intimidating, stalking, vandalizing, stealing, shooting, stabbing, raping, and killing. But the local media and public officials are largely silent about the problem."
This sort of rhetoric is, of course, quite incendiary in this day of political correctness. A soon as the book came out Flaherty was attacked as a racist. His facts were challenged as over generalizations and his conclusions called unsupportable.
Only weeks after Flaherty's book came out, insinuated that the American right was filled with racists and the book proved that conservatives have "suddenly became very, very frightened of black people."
All that finger pointing and name calling, however, may seem unfair with news exploding all across the country that gangs of black youth are indulging the "knock out game" in cities all over--even as the media is reticent to identify the racial aspect of the mounting crime wave. . . .

'On illegal immigration, more cities are rolling out a welcome mat' (Many decades of mass invasions of legal and illegal aliens, plus amnesties, has meant the political capture of many cities and towns by third-world colonizers and the election of pro-invasion 'liberal' Democrats and fellow ethnics. All the predictable outcome of the successful invasion of a democracy at the hands of its traitorous open-borders overlords.)

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On illegal immigration, more cities are rolling out a welcome mat

Tucson, a longtime foe of Arizona's 'papers, please' law, is modifying how it enforces SB 1070 to join a national trend that suggests the pendulum is swinging on illegal immigration.

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The passage by conservative state lawmakers of Arizona’s controversial immigration law SB 1070 in 2010 inspired copy-cat measures in several other states that made them similarly hostile to illegal immigrants.
But city leaders in this desert town, in an example of a growing national trend more hospitable to immigrants, are pushing back against Arizona's "papers, please" law in renewed repudiation of the measure and in a nod to immigrant integration.
Tucson, in liberal-leaning Pima County, is a longtime foe of the tough immigration law designed to push out of state those in the country illegally. . . .

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

In appreciation of all the wildlife rescue, care and teaching heroes at WildCare, San Rafael, California

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Marin has grown a lot since our inception in 1974, and as the county stretched into the wild places that surrounded it, people and wildlife found themselves calling the same place home. We work to make sure all species can coexist-- not just by treating sick or injured animals (over 3,000 of them a year), but also by teaching people how to live peacefully with wildlife and by advocating for better protection of wildlife and our remaining open spaces.

This integrated approach is essential to WildCare, and we address both the symptoms of human/wildlife interaction and their underlying causes. By doing so, we hope to create a more sustainable world for all. . . .

Dwight Henry and the Painfully PC-onion Smithsonian: Do clueless 'liberal' white actors really line up around the block to be killed by black actors? (yes, probably)

Yeasts of the Southern Wild

Maker of the “world famous buttermilk drop,” New Orleans actor Dwight Henry is expanding his baking empire

. . . With Brad Pitt, he’ll be appearing this fall in his second feature film, Twelve Years a Slave. “I died in those first two movies,” he observes. “In this next one, I kill somebody.” Legions of veteran actors would kill to have one death scene, en masse if necessary. . . . -- Roy Blount Jr.

Monday, November 25, 2013

Video Shows Monticello, New York, Mayor Cursing, Breaking Clock After DWI Arrest - "fucking cracker mother fuckers"

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Typical black leader, according to Hollywood and the rest of our open-borders overlords. 

Video Shows Monticello Mayor Cursing, Breaking Clock After DWI Arrest

MONTICELLO, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A video recording shows the mayor of the Sullivan County municipality of Monticello in a heated confrontation after being arrested by his own police officers.
Warning: Videos Contain Graphic Language
He was taken into custody after showing up to take a look at a serious car accident on Main Street. A volunteer firefighter noticed the mayor looked drunk, according to police, and notified law enforcement. Jenkins was arrested on the spot.
In a video recorded at his own police headquarters, a man identified as Jenkins was shown seated in a chair with one hand handcuffed to a wall. During the first minute of the video, he is heard apparently talking to himself, using a variety of obscene insults to describe the officers. . . .