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[*] posted on 2-27-2017 at 09:19 PM


Quote: Originally posted by JoeJustJoe  
Hurricane Matthew was a recent category 5 hurricane, so I don't understand the venom towards the Clinton Foundation.

It also seems to me if your house is destroyed in a category 5 hurricane, you're not going to have a lot of time filling out refugee paperwork.

Give the Haitians a break, and hope they get the help they need in Mexico, since Trump, had completely cut off any Haitians coming to America, because it conflicts with his goal, of "Making America white again."
The Haitians complain that the Clintons forced them to accept a certain singing star living in Miami to become their president. And it's true. They did. Michel Joseph Martelly was the President of Haiti from May 2011 until February 2016.
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Hurricane Matthew was an extremely destructive and long-lived tropical cyclone which became the first Category 5 Atlantic hurricane since Hurricane Felix in 2007. The thirteenth named storm, fifth hurricane and second major hurricane of the active 2016 Atlantic hurricane season, Matthew wrought widespread destruction and catastrophic loss of life during its journey across the Western Atlantic, including parts of Haiti, Cuba, Dominican Republic, the Lucayan Archipelago, the southeastern United States, and the Canadian Maritimes. Over 1,600 estimated deaths have been attributed to the storm, including 546 to 1,600 in Haiti, 1 in Colombia, 4 in the Dominican Republic, 4 in Cuba, 1 in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, and 49 in the United States, making it the deadliest Atlantic hurricane since Hurricane Stan in 2005, which killed more than 1,600 in Central America and Mexico. With the storm causing damages estimated in excess of $15 billion (USD), it was also the costliest Atlantic hurricane since Hurricane Sandy in 2012, as well as the ninth costliest Atlantic hurricane in history.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hurricane_Matthew

Of course also about that time Nepal was kind enough to send Cholera to the island. The ongoing Haiti cholera outbreak is the worst epidemic of cholera in recent history, according .... That panel's report, issued in May 2011, confirmed substantial evidence that the Nepalese troops had brought the disease to Haiti.

Lastly, the US while Obama was still president decided to stop allowing Haitians into the country. They can't go to the USA. They won't go to Haiti, so Mexico would be the only and bestest choice, no? Except a few of them have AIDS.

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[*] posted on 2-28-2017 at 11:50 AM


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I have gotten some bizarre questions when returning to the U.S., as well.

Isn't it nice to know we have a government interested in our safety instead of being politically correct, for a change? Maybe fewer of us will get killed now?

That list of countries was created by the Obama administration... and Jamaica wasn't on it. That means Ali's son may have been acting smug being a celebrity's son or had some other issue that caused the extra questioning.

If you have nothing to hide, then get done with the questions. Don't look for a Fake news reporter to whine to because an official asked you questions.

Have your passport in hand when you first come to the border agent and take off your dark glasses!

I actually had to tell this to a Baja Nomad friend when he complained of being treated 'special' at the border, a few years ago.


David K wrote: " That means Ali's son may have been acting smug being a celebrity's son or had some other issue that caused the extra questioning."

I see perhaps Ali's son was acting uppity and that may have caused the Jackbooted thugs at the CBP to start giving him the 3rd degree on his religious preferences, and the fact he admitted he was Muslim, had nothing to do with the fact that Ali, a US citizen born in the US, was questioned and detained for over two hours.

One wonders if the CBP can even ask questions about your personal beliefs, and religious preferences. I know for a fact, they can't discriminate against an American, because of their religious beliefs.

I'm not going to sound like one of those Keyboard commandos who claims they stand up to corrupt Mexican cops, and CBP agents who want to search your phone, because you really don't know what they will do if they come face to face with a Mexican cop, American cop, and FED like a CBP agent possibility abusing his authority.

I usually have a smart mouth towards regular cops if they stop me for no good reason, but I'm more careful with the FEDs, because there is no transparency with them. If you notice those that file lawsuits, and complaints against the border patrol, you rarely if ever hear about the outcome of those complaints.

But one way to handle a CBP agent asking about your personal religion, is to answer the questions that will help the agent determine that you're a US Citizen, but once they start asking about your personal beliefs, is to tell him you're a US citizen, and you can't be denied entry into the US, and therefore, you don't have to answer questions about your personal religious views, and if the CBP agent insists, ask to speak to a supervisor.




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[*] posted on 2-28-2017 at 12:39 PM


I am just wondering and that's why I said "May have".

What is your idea as to why a tourist returning from Jamaica (or was he there for political unrest) was questioned "extra"?




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[*] posted on 2-28-2017 at 02:18 PM


He went to Jamaica for "political unrest"????



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[*] posted on 2-28-2017 at 02:58 PM


JOeover, have you been smoking Jamaica ganja?

I ask because the first part of your post about 100 Haitians refugees, seems accurate, but the rest of your post about the fortune teller, is way out there!

Are you talking about Miss Cleo, the pay-per-call psychic and tarot reader who used to have those funny psychic commercials?

If so, Miss Cleo, was American, but pretended she was Jamaican, and claimed she studied under a Haitian mambo, but she was not Haitian. In fact it appears she was just a scam artist, and if she actually really got suckers to give here too to a billion dollars for a tarot readings, good for her, sometimes stupid people deserve to be ripped off.




Quote: Originally posted by joerover  
I asked CBP who all those people were, waiting to be let into the line? They said
¨These are your new neighbors.¨

All winter long there were perhaps 100 Haitian refugees waiting to cross the border at the rio tijuana foot crossing, each and every day.
I suppose they were Hatians anyway. what I saw every day was 100 or so able bodied young men for the most part waiting to be let into the line. Obama ordered 10,000 more refugees into the country at least a few times. About 5 weeks ago it stopped. Trump? I estimate some were late, and now live in Mexacali. TJTQ is to cold?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUsv4Lb7EQs

I happen to know the richest Hatian of all. Well I have not talked to her in more than 10 years. She made her fortune as a fortune teller. Remember the 1 900 late night comercial to call for your reading? (spoken in a mysterious accent.) She collected 1 billion USD in 1 900 bills. The courts offered her 500 million to drop the bill collection case. She took it. I told her to go back to Haiti and build some schools. She tried. The president of Haiti did not want schools built. He demanded a 30,000 dollar bribe. He said his son had a level 9 education and it did nothing for him. Yes. the president of Haiti considers a 9th grade education a waste of time. Last I herd, she was having tax problems, she forgot to pay.

Does this aply to that?
http://time.com/4674517/immigration-haiti-mexico/

New Orleans people traveled far and wide asking for hand outs.
Key West got hit 4 times that year, katrina and 3 others. At some point the entire island was under 8 feet of water. They fixed it intime for fantasy fest.




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[*] posted on 3-3-2017 at 05:19 PM


Was she born in the US, or did she gain citizen ship through proper chanels?
Her office was in Portland. She shops at the Saturday market same as everbody else. I did not check her passport, I just talked to her. She learned fortune telling in New Orleans, along with all the other fortune tellers surrounding the Saint Louis Cathedral. She had 20 or so people answering the phones, it was a high turnover job. She did go to Haiti and try to pay for education for the poor Hatians. The idea was to hire qualified school teachers from the US or Europe, not to build school buildings. They declined. The President himself declined the offer to pay for teachers to come to Haiti.

Most Haitians lie about where they are from, if you ask. A common answer is Jamaica. I had a friand in Florida who was from Haiti. After a year of being friends I asked her where she was from. She lied. I asked her explain why she needed to lie, (this is my friend,) She said they all lie about where they come from because of discrimination. There are many Hatians in Florida almost non tell the truth about where they are from.

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Quote: Originally posted by JoeJustJoe  
JOeover, have you been smoking Jamaica ganja?

I ask because the first part of your post about 100 Haitians refugees, seems accurate, but the rest of your post about the fortune teller, is way out there!

Are you talking about Miss Cleo, the pay-per-call psychic and tarot reader who used to have those funny psychic commercials?

If so, Miss Cleo, was American, but pretended she was Jamaican, and claimed she studied under a Haitian mambo, but she was not Haitian. In fact it appears she was just a scam artist, and if she actually really got suckers to give here too to a billion dollars for a tarot readings, good for her, sometimes stupid people deserve to be ripped off.




Quote: Originally posted by joerover  
I asked CBP who all those people were, waiting to be let into the line? They said
¨These are your new neighbors.¨

All winter long there were perhaps 100 Haitian refugees waiting to cross the border at the rio tijuana foot crossing, each and every day.
I suppose they were Hatians anyway. what I saw every day was 100 or so able bodied young men for the most part waiting to be let into the line. Obama ordered 10,000 more refugees into the country at least a few times. About 5 weeks ago it stopped. Trump? I estimate some were late, and now live in Mexacali. TJTQ is to cold?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUsv4Lb7EQs

I happen to know the richest Hatian of all. Well I have not talked to her in more than 10 years. She made her fortune as a fortune teller. Remember the 1 900 late night comercial to call for your reading? (spoken in a mysterious accent.) She collected 1 billion USD in 1 900 bills. The courts offered her 500 million to drop the bill collection case. She took it. I told her to go back to Haiti and build some schools. She tried. The president of Haiti did not want schools built. He demanded a 30,000 dollar bribe. He said his son had a level 9 education and it did nothing for him. Yes. the president of Haiti considers a 9th grade education a waste of time. Last I herd, she was having tax problems, she forgot to pay.

Does this aply to that?
http://time.com/4674517/immigration-haiti-mexico/

New Orleans people traveled far and wide asking for hand outs.
Key West got hit 4 times that year, katrina and 3 others. At some point the entire island was under 8 feet of water. They fixed it intime for fantasy fest.




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[*] posted on 3-4-2017 at 10:18 AM


Good for you for setting him straight! There are those who think because they say it, then it is so...i.e. Fake News!
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[*] posted on 3-4-2017 at 10:39 AM


An executive order has been written, and a chartered bus will soon take the Haitians in question to Teaneck New Jersey, where they will be given political asylum...(you heard it here first)



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[*] posted on 3-4-2017 at 12:48 PM


Quote: Originally posted by chuckie  
An executive order has been written, and a chartered bus will soon take the Haitians in question to Teaneck New Jersey, where they will be given political asylum...(you heard it here first)


Thats cool. I hear that a family of four can live for a week off what the governor typically has for lunch. :smug:




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