If I were a terrorist . . .

Tue, 06/26/2007 - 5:51pm
By: Letters to the ...

Let’s do some supposing for a few moments.

Suppose the immigration bill becomes law as it is currently written.

Let me suppose I am a terrorist and want to get into the country and carry out my portion of the Jihad. How easy would it be for me I get in?

Of course being 6-feet-6-inches tall with blonde hair and blue eyes might not fit the profile (oops, I just used a politically incorrect term) and just work against me. However, be that as it may, let’s continue as though I can meet the physical attributes of a typical Jihadist terrorist intent on attacking the United States. I get to choose from three options to get into the United States.

We should also understand this excerpt from the Hidayah (Muslim Manual): “If the infidels, upon receiving the call (to Islam) neither consent to it or agree to pay the (infidel) tax, it is incumbent on all Muslims to call upon God for assistance, and make war upon them.”

Let’s see:

The Bush-Kennedy amnesty bill basically makes it possible for the government to identify the terrorists, but the bill will also create just the opposite effect, because it will make it easier for illegal-alien terrorists to create false new identities for themselves.

One hundred and eighty days after the president signs the legislation, the Homeland Security Department must begin handing out “probationary” Z visas signifying amnesty.

No border security triggers have to be met, according to sections 1(a) and 601(f)(2) of (Wow, look at that paragraphing) the bill. As a Jihadist terrorist intent on attacking the United States that’s when I get to choose from three methods of entry into the United States:

• I can operate as an illegal alien.

This option is particularly easy if I can live in a sanctuary city, where police are generally barred by law from cooperating with the federal government, including New York City, Los Angeles and Detroit (with its large Middle Eastern population, Detroit is the ideal place for me to hide.).

Under Sections 601 (h)(1) and (5) of the bill, if an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agent detains me, he is required to give me an opportunity to apply for the Z visa. This is not as strong as the current law, under which ICE can detain me and immediately begin removal proceedings.

* I can get the amnesty using my real Jihadist name.

Under Section 601(h)(1) of the Senate immigration bill, the government has only one business day to conduct a “background check” on my Z visa application. If U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services can’t find my terrorist connection in 24 hours or less, then I get my visa, which lets me go anywhere throughout the United states without any interference from law enforcement agencies.

• I can create a fraudulent new identity with the assistance of the U.S. government.

I can walk into any office of the USCIS and give them a fabricated name and provide two easily counterfeited pieces of paper that indicate that I was in the country prior to Jan. 1, 2007.

Using this new identity backed by an ID card issued by the U.S. government, I will be equipped with an embryonic instrument allowing me to obtain a driver’s license and just about any other form of identification I want. Basically this is the course of action used by the 9/11 hijackers.

So, if you haven’t written, faxed, or emailed your senator or representative, maybe, just maybe, it is time to do so.

John A. Milani

Fayetteville, Ga.

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