Diversity Is Strength! It`s Also…Familicide


[See also:


Diversity Is Strength! It`s Also…Immigrant Mass Murder
Syndrome
, by Brenda Walker]

I pity the poor immigrant

Who wishes he would`ve stayed home,

Who uses all his power to do evil

But in the end is always left so alone.Bob
Dylan

For some curious reason, immigrants of all stripes
are lauded by America`s elite for their exemplary

family values
. But huddling in

high-density hovels
should not be mistaken for
loving relationships or psychologically healthy
lifestyles. There is plenty of dysfunction in those
communities of diversitude, from continuing high levels
of

Hispanic teen and unmarried pregnancy
to numerous
cases of

familial mass murder
. Intrafamily killing deserves
our attention, because it reveals the underside of
immigrant communities in a way that little else can.

When an American mother like

Andrea Yates
or

Susan Smith
kills her children, the news coverage is

plentiful
and angry. But when a dim immigrant mom
murders her kids, no one in the media seems to care.

Why is that? The dead children of foreigners are just
as innocent as

American youngsters.

Apparently the big brains in the editorial offices
become squeamish when the sordid details of immigrant
life don`t conform to the happy-face template—diverse

Horatio Algers
making their way up the sparkly
ladder of success.

The only time the

press
admits dysfunction among the diverse is when
some ethnic group is demanding a new handout from the
taxpayer for an expensive fix.  For example, I`ve
reported
on the importation of foreign misogyny to these shores
from various backward countries. You don`t see a lot
about that in the news. What you see is reports that 
comprehensive
multilingual services
are being

provided
to

“immigrant women”
and that this requires funding.

Achieving the American Dream is alive and well on
paper—but less so in real life.

Following is an incomplete but representative list of
unhappy immigrant parents who have murdered their
children.

  • Mexican

    Angelica Alvarez
    killed her four children
    by
    two fathers last November in Elkhart Indiana. An
    illegal alien, she had lived in the US for five
    years but didn`t speak any English, according to an
    American neighbor even though Alvarez attended an
    ESL class. She had recently lost her job, which left
    her depressed. She called each child to the
    basement, where she asphyxiated them one by one.

 

  • Last October,

    Said Biyad
    , a Bantu refugee from Somalia,

    killed his four children
    in

    Louisville
    and attacked his estranged wife with
    a blunt object, and then turned himself in to
    police. He

    slashed the throats
    of the children, aged 2 to
    8, because his wife disrespected him he said.
    Prosecutors say they intend to seek the death
    penalty.

Recent news in the case has been the

difficulty in finding a court interpreter
who speaks
Bantu.

Keep in mind that Bantus are the despised of Somalia,
one of the most

primitive
and chaotic societies on earth, “a
country without government or law”
according to the
LA Times, and where slavery ended only in the
1930s. At the burial of the Biyad children,

women stood separate
from the male mourners, as is
the custom. [All
About America in 3 Days
|Dogs are treated like
people, money flows and life is easy. Or is it?
By
Edmund Sanders, Los Angeles Times, September 12,
2006]

USA Today declared that Bantus are “not
latter day cavemen”
and then built a convincing case
that they are:

“Resettlement counselors who work with Bantus say
many had never flushed a toilet, flicked a light switch,
watched a TV, talked on a telephone, cooked on a stove,
ridden in a car, held a pen, used a fork, seen a
two-story building or written or read their own
language. In Kenya, some Bantus had gotten stuck in a
room at an orientation session because they didn`t know
how to

turn the doorknob.
Others asked whether they had to
go with their luggage as it passed through the airport
X-ray machine.” [
After 3 years, Somalis struggle to adjust to U.S.

By Rick Hampson, USA Today, March 21, 2006]

Is it reasonable to think that persons from such
cultures can ever adjust to modern societies? Many

refugees
from

primitive tribal cultures
will never be
self-supporting in their lifetimes. At best, it is
misguided benevolence to bring them here. At worst, it
is a crass

money-making enterprise
for

Catholic Charities
and other “resettlement”
agencies of the

Refugee Industrial Complex
.


  • Kao Xiong
    , a Hmong

    refugee
    , shot and killed five of his children
    and then himself in Sacramento in 1999. The

    family of nine
    lived in a $310 one-bedroom
    apartment on Xiong`s $1000 monthly groundskeeper
    salary and his wife`s $500 welfare check.

Apparently Xiong had his eye on a spiffy new hunting
jacket that cost several hundred dollars. The wife
probably thought the money could be better spent on food
for the brood. An argument ensued. Xiong then went to a
casino and gambled away $450. It was not long afterwards
that he shot the kids using a shotgun and high-powered
rifle.

Hmong are a

rudimentary
agricultural people. Their

written language
was devised only in 1953. One
shocking

statistic from the 2000 Census
is that “Over half
of
Hmong-American women
… have had no formal
education at all.”
The same report found that Hmong
living in the US “had the lowest average per-person
income of any ethnic group described by the 2000 Census:
$6,613.”
But Hmong refugees often continue to have
enormous families in this country, sometimes

polygamous ones
.

  • Ukrainian

    Nikolay Soltys
    killed several members of his
    family in the Sacramento area on August 20, 2001. He
    stabbed his pregnant wife first, then went to his
    aunt and uncle`s house a few miles away and killed
    them and two nine-year-old cousins. After that,
    Soltys went to his mother`s house and picked up his
    three-year-old son Sergey, whom he murdered the next
    day.

After a 10-day nationwide manhunt, during which the
27-year-old Ukrainian immigrant was placed on the

FBI`s Ten Most Wanted
list, he was

captured
in his mother`s back yard in Sacramento.
The police search was made more difficult by the
Ukrainians`

cultural mistrust of law enforcement
and the
inability of many to speak English. In February of the
next year, Soltys managed to commit suicide in his jail
cell.

At the time of his murder rampage, Soltys was
unemployed and living on welfare. He had hoped to open
an auto repair shop or become a paramedic but his
failure to learn English made any career advancement
impossible.

Because of the high-profile search for a dangerous
and unpredictable mass murderer, the MSM paid attention.
And when one listened carefully, there was mention that

75,000 Russians and Ukrainians
were living in the

Sacramento area.

Who knew?

In addition, it was noted that Soltys had a record of

domestic violence in Ukraine
and was too mentally
unstable to enter the military there. But no one with a
byline asked how such an undesirable character could be
admitted to the U.S.


  • Jihad Hassan Moukalled
    was a

    Lebanese immigrant
    living near Detroit who had a
    serious gambling problem. By November 2000, he had
    pulled $500,000 from his printing business to cover
    his gambling debts and had run up large credit card
    bills also. Before shooting himself, he killed his
    three young children and wife. Evidently, he felt
    they couldn`t manage to live without him.

In a Grand Rapids Press article no longer
online, Immigrant
gamblers have few support groups
[Dec
17, 2000, Pay Archive], local Lebanese complained that
America did not offer culturally appropriate
psychological help for gambling addicts. “I wish
someone would help us,”
said Rosemary Antone of the
Chaldean American
Ladies of Charity.

  • India immigrant

    Laxma Reddy
    shot and killed his wife Uma, his
    13-year-old daughter and father-in-law as they slept
    in their beds in Brookline, Massachusetts in March
    1997. Reddy had a medical degree from an Indian
    university and had left in the middle of his
    residency in a Cleveland hospital, apparently not
    able to make the adjustment to practicing medicine
    in the US. He had not been in contact with his
    family for several weeks prior to the murders. He
    was shot dead a few days later when he pulled a gun
    on a police officer in Elko, Nevada, during an
    unrelated

    traffic stop.

 

  • In Maryland there is still some mystery about
    the March killing of the four Rodriguez children,
    since the mother

    Deysi Benitez
    remains missing. They were found
    dead in their home along with the father

    Pedro Rodriguez
    who had hanged himself. The
    police now believe

    Pedro killed the kids
    .

Whatever the details of the crime, there is no doubt
the family was in over their heads financially. The
couple purchased a $195,000

townhouse
in 2005 they could ill afford. He worked
in a factory, she in a restaurant. Pedro, a Salvadoran
beneficiary of

TPS
(Temporary
Protected Status) was arrested for

shoplifting
kids` clothing. He lost his job several
days before the murders.

Deysi Benitez was born in a mountain village of

El Salvador
. She “was pregnant at 15, had only a
third-grade education and could barely read Spanish, let
alone English,”
according to the Associated Press [“Missing
mother of dead kids lacked the skills to build her
dream”
AP, March 31, 2007]

Passionately wanting the American Dream of a middle
class life doesn`t mean that everyone can achieve it.
Skills and knowledge become more necessary to making
money. A century ago, an immigrant could more easily get
an unskilled job that would support a family. In today`s
global exploitation economy, a foreign family has to
work several jobs just to survive. Any bump along the
road, be it financial pressures or an emotional
explosion, can precipitate violence from accumulated
stress.

We see the sociological blowback in the

huge gang problem
among immigrants. In fact, if you
wanted to create gangs, you would welcome families whose
cultural backgrounds make them totally unprepared
to
deal with a society
where a high degree of literacy
is required. The parents struggle with survival issues
of learning the language and earning enough money. The
kids struggle with school, where they try to fit in but
are torn by being neither fish nor fowl. The 1.5
generation lives in a cultural no-man`s land, where they
receive mixed messages about whether to identify with
their ethnicity or to their family`s new home.

Gangs
, even violent ones, provide a community of
shared outlook and experiences.

It is cruel, not to mention foolish public policy, to
welcome millions

of uneducated people from the Third World
who are
unprepared for life in a complex technological society.
It is hard to live in a strange country where you don`t
speak the language and live in a limited cocoon with
others of your tribe, alienated from the mainstream
community. Multicultural cheerleaders like to downplay

how difficult immigration can be
under the best of
circumstances. But many immigrant crimes have some basis
in the interior culture clash and the

ongoing stress of social maladjustment.

Less cheerleading for the multicultural delusion and
more honesty from the MSM about diversity`s downside
would be welcome. Less sentimental, more honest
reporting about the real immigrant experience might even
save some lives down the road.


Brenda Walker (email

her) lives in Northern California and publishes
two websites,


LimitsToGrowth.org
and

ImmigrationsHumanCost.org
.
Recent events have convinced her that the Second
Amendment should apply to citizens only.