A Pennsylvania Reader Thinks the Catholic Church Played a Major Role in the Illegal Alien Invasion in His Town
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From: Greg Reese
It has been a very interesting week in my small
Northeastern Pennsylvania city. We`ve had three shootings since last Wednesday.
While in most cities
that may be common, here it is highly unusual. One
shooting took place in broad daylight on a downtown
street where one person was killed. The second resulted
bad drug deal.
Of course, everyone involved is
As of the 2000 Census, the city of Hazleton,
Pennsylvania had a population of 23,000.
Today, just five years later, the Mayor estimates
that the city`s population is now 30,000 driven
primarily by Hispanics. They come here because they
cannot afford to live in New York any longer.
As a result, like many cities dealing with rapid
population growth because of immigration, Hazleton
has experienced increased crime, graffiti, drugs, gangs,
poor performing schools, one of two
hospitals closed, and all of the other problems that
the authors at VDARE are familiar with.
During part of the five years that Hazleton was
growing, I lived in
Moving to Florida from a small city was an eye
diversity and multiculturalism.
Although still technically within the United States,
many times I felt like I was in
Caracas, Bogota, or any other place in
Latin America. The
American flag flew above the buildings but I was not
So aside from missing the warm Florida weather, I
was relieved when I moved home thinking I was returning
Doing an Internet search about Hazleton and
immigration, one name I found over and over again:
Monsignor Michael Delaney.
Having earlier read VDARE.COM`s
articles regarding the Catholic Church and its
support of immigration, I believe Monsignor Delaney
exemplifies what you had written.
One individual on his
do-gooder mission has succeeded in welcoming and
encouraging my hometown and the surrounding areas to be
overrun and invaded by thousands of foreigners.
Because of his misplaced generosity, we now have
shootings on our local streets. We`re all suffering
because of Monsignor Delaney.
I`ve seen what forty years of immigration has done
to south Florida. And I know full well what it will
continue to bring to Hazleton.
I am just wondering at what point will Americans
say, "Enough is enough!”
I fully support you and the other authors on