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 Pinata Smugglers


– 11/12/04

You know when people say “Now I`ve seen it all”?

Girl in piñata found during border check

Leslie Berestein UNION-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER November 12,

“Inspectors at border
checkpoints have seen it all: people rolled inside
carpets, sewn into car seats and stuffed into washing
machines, all attempting to be smuggled into the United

“But inspectors at the
Tecate Port of Entry discovered a new twist recently
when they encountered a little girl meticulously sealed
inside a piñata…

“The girl was
completely sealed inside…but she was able to breathe and
seemed to be in good physical condition. She, her mother
and brother were voluntarily deported to Mexico after
they were found.

“The car carrying the
piñatas bore California plates and was driven by a
female U.S. citizen; a man in the passenger seat also is
a U.S. citizen. Their names were not available. ”

Alas, the fact that two American citizens smuggled a
mother and her two children inside of piñatas is not
really the despicable part of this story. 

According to Vince
Bond, a spokesman for U.S. Customs & Border Protection:

Neither will be
prosecuted, Bond said, in part because of the sheer
volume of immigrant-smuggling cases.”

Yep, our government has neither the time nor the
resources to prosecute people for stuffing children into
paper mache` tombs.




I have seen it all.

“Vaarwel Holland” [Goodbye, Holland] [Paul
– 11/12/04

Zealand will become crowded. While some self-hating
Americans want to



New Zealand
in order to escape “Jesusland,”
the website of

Buysse Immigration Consultancy
(BIC) in Holland was
inaccessible last week owing to the surge of Dutchmen
wanting to leave their country after the ritual
slaughter of moviemaker

Theo van Gogh
a Muslim fanatic.

Setz of BIC said that the number of

willing to emigrate has never been higher:
“People think: we do not want to witness an
assassination like this again.”
Since the murder of

Pim Fortuyn
two years ago, the number of emigrants
has been rising, according to Setz.

to the

Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek
, one hundred
thousand natives left the Netherlands last year, a lot
for a country of 16 million of whom already one million
are Muslims. More people are currently moving

out of the country
than in. The emigrants are
leaving for Australia, New Zealand, Canada and

are afraid. They no longer feel safe”,
says Setz.
“If there is a

three kilometers from your front door, you do
not mind. But you do mind if there is one

ten steps away.

feeling of unease will not be lessened by today`s
events: three policemen were wounded by grenades that
were thrown at them as they raided the house of
suspected terrorists in The Hague.

seems to be escalating in the once so placid
Netherlands. Following the murder of Van Gogh, a bomb
attack damaged the entrance doors of a

Muslim school in Eindhoven
. In retaliation,
arsonists tried to burn down churches in Rotterdam,
Utrecht and Amersfoort. This was in turn followed by the
arson of a Muslim School in Uden.

Some flee
the country and some apparently fight back.

“The attacks have
scratched the patina of tolerance on which the Dutch
have long prided themselves,”
writes The

New York Times
in an article that tries to blame
part of the tense situation on people like Van Gogh and

Dutch politician

Ayaan Hirsi Ali
who had been using “language that
went far beyond the

limits set

public forums
in the United States.”

It makes one wonder what
the Dutch immigrants to New Zealand and their American
counterparts will be talking about in the land of the
kiwis. Let us hope that

Wellington, New Zealand
has no

crimes or the Americans will drag
the poor Dutch fugitives to