Monday, November 17, 2014
"Where is America's Sense of Self-Preservation?"
We could certainly learn from other countries who took action after anticipating or experiencing the problems of illegal entries into their countries...
Back in June, John Bennett wrote a thorough article about border security on the American Thinker website. Israel is only one of his examples. Wait to you see the chart:
"Israel’s immigration and border protection policy is not simply based in security concerns. Issues of crime and cultural cohesion also play a large role in shaping Israel’s approach to immigration.
That approach has included the construction of a sophisticated barrier fence, aggressive deportation, and the use of the military to protect the border.
The Israeli military has, over the last several years, turned away huge numbers of African asylum seekers, mostly from Eritrea and Sudan, at the border. The Israeli army position is that it will act to “prevent illegal infiltration” as per “directives from the political echelon.”
Also, the Israeli cabinet devotes resources to enforce the law against illegal aliens and their employers."