Saturday, June 25, 2005

Al-Jazeera Spycams

"Would we allow Japanese or German television to film the unsecured border during World War II?" asked Minuteman spokeswoman Connie Hair. "These people broadcast to the enemies of America. It's not a news story, it's recon."

That's exactly what al-Jazeera wants to do. They have contacted Chris Simcox of Minuteman Civil Defense Corps for interviews. Simcox has refused (duh!) any contact with the biased anti-American Arab "news" organization and al-Qaida mouthpiece.

Naisser Hssaini, an al-Jazeera reporter, is filming an hour long documentary on the lack of security along the southern US border with Mexico. There has been an alarming increase of OTM (Other Than Mexicans) apprehensions including Arabs, Muslims, and other Middle Easterners. Many of the apprehensions are nullified by the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement "catch and release" policy because most of the individuals do not appear on any terrorist watch list.

(With all the aliases, alternative name spellings, and outright fraudulent ID papers how could we possibly know who is and isn't on any watch list? They have entered the US illegally, for criminy sakes. They should not be allowed in under any policy.)

The enemy film crew will probably be granted permission to film the border areas the Minutemen will be patrolling over the July 4th weekend. Most other news organs will be on the border filming. Unless the Justice Dept can link al-Jazeera directly to terrorist actions, it is impossible to deny accessibility just because we don't like them (DAMN the 1st Amendment!)

The life of Indigo Red is full of adventure. Tune in next time for the Further Adventures of Indigo Red.

2 comments:

Tom C said...

Sorry I didn't respond to your earlier post on time but its there now. I think two walls with about 20 feet between them, and some hungry lions should do the trick. So would a cash bounty.

dcat said...

I would like the cash :)

Hey Indigo,

I see you have been busy! They can have an accedent though and screw the first bill of rights and go with the second!

Amendment II
A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.

Then plead the V