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Where’s Paul Revere?

Ever wonder what Paul Revere would do if he were he alive today? He’d ride his Harley, yelling, “The Mexicans are coming!” The Roman Empire was destroyed by unchecked immigration and something analogous has begun here. A quiet invasion is underway and illegal aliens are the modern Visigoths.

More than 11 percent of U.S. residents are now foreign-born. Entire villages in Mexico are becoming depopulated as villagers head north; the corrupt Mexican government even publishes helpful advice on sneaking into the U.S. and avoiding deportation. California alone spends billions on illegal aliens: free education, emergency medical, etc. More than 17,500 Mexicans are in California prisons – apparently, they don’t come here just to work. Recently an amazing 18 Spanish speakers were waiting in line at the Nevada County Human Services office: See why California is going broke? Put away the sugar and you don’t attract ants. Yet Democrats still want to give them drivers licenses – no wonder they sneak across! We defend South Korea’s border; why don’t we defend our own? How long can this go on before we slowly but irreversibly morph into a province of Mexico? The experience of ancient Rome teaches that a nation which loses control of its borders will cease to exist.

Ed Yarborough

Grass Valley

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