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Letter: Total control of our borders a necessity

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Posted: Sunday, January 20, 2013 4:07 pm

I can’t say I agree with some of what Governor Jan Brewer has advocated or seen enacted. But now, after having lived in a cultural milieu right on our borders — what to me seems a strange, even bizarre cultural environment, full of perversions of power and social dysfunction that is absolutely destructive — I definitely agree with at least one idea: We must get total control of our border.

We need fences and increased border area security forces. I think that actually, on our side of the border, we need an electrified fence, to keep these dysfunctional people out. We need strong paramilitary forces at Yuma, Quartzite, Parker, and Kingman, to conduct strict and efficient border security.

They love their homeland deeply, mainly because it’s all they know. That’s a reflection of their narrow world view and ignorance. Even so, driven by the poverty their rapid population growth produces and the economic collapse of their failed, weak systems and cultural collapse, they continue to insist in moving into the U.S., even as they proudly insist they “don’t like it here — they’re only here for the bread.”

Once we get our western borders secure from the invasion of these “takers” who are trying to infest us from California, we need to talk to our friends in El Paso (a New Mexican city, stuck in Texas by politics) and Albuquerque, and show them how to secure the Pecos River entry sites from California’s similar Texan hoard, trying to invade us from the East.

Stan Bass

Lancaster, Calif.

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