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April 2011

April 2011 Newswatch Magazine The Communist have stated since the 1940s that they would use the “soft underbelly” of the United States with Mexico to enter the U.S. militarily. An attempt to divide our nation in half would be the objective. They are not alone! A radical Islamic imam stated on video that they wanted to use the “soft underbelly” of the U.S. with Mexico to bring enough anthrax to kill 330,000 Americans. He stated this would overshadow the blowing up of the Twin Towers which killed approximately 3,000 people. Intelligence Briefing Bulletin When a nation no longer protects its borders, no longer prides itself on its own history, heritage, and culture, that nation will cease to exist. Such activity is agressively being undertaken along the southern border of our Nation. The fact that many in political offices know this, and are aiding and abetting this outrage is all the more indicative of a hidden agenda within the Open Borders Political Movement.

This is a National Security issue. Arizona leaders understand this and are addressing these threats. Arizona leaders no longer are waiting and relying on Washington, D.C. politicians to help secure Arizona’s borders. Indications show that Texas and New Mexico may follow suit. It is not sure what California will do. - Lyle J. Rapacki, Ph. D., Protective Intelligence and Assessment Specialist Chinese Communist Invasion! The Chinese Communist Party is the majority owner of a company that is looking to build a self-sustained city, with an international airport, in Boise, Idaho. The FACT that the Chinese Communist Party also owns the Chinese military, and have made REPEATED THREATS AGAINST AMERICAN INTERESTS, is lost on Idaho politicians. “The proposal could get a boost from this year.s voter-approved constitutional amendment that allows the airport to borrow money to build facilities that can be leased to companies on a long-term basis. The airport commission also has the authority to grant long-term leases and landing rights to air carriers, including those FROM China.. [Anonymous source]. The FACT that Chinese Communists would have the ability to bring in military equipment UNDETECTED, if such a lease were given, seems to escape the Governor of the state of Idaho, who visited China and extended the offer to the Communists to do business in his state. For those of you wondering how many American jobs this proposal would create, the answer is zero, nada, none. In essence we are talking about a Communist Chinese, self-contained community, on American soil. Other Idaho projects seem equally mystifying. The Idaho Regional Center, a company developing the Gold Hill Mine near Placerville and Blackhawk

on the River near McCall, has millions of dollars in escrow from Chinese investers awaiting approval of green cards from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Once approved, the money will be released and the gold processing plant is expected to go into production, said Sima Muroff, head of the regional center. Several other regional centers have started in Idaho. They allow investors a chance to get green cards in exchange for investments of $500,000 to $1 million. In the United States, it is possible to invest in foreign companies without becoming a citizen of their country. The fact that the money from these Chinese Communist .investors. is conditioned on their being approved for Green Cards should also raise a few eyebrows. A simple Visa would allow them to visit their mining property. These colonization efforts, at a time when the situation in North Korea could escalate into World War III, seem to be strange at best. China is preparing for war with the United States and her Asian Allies. China Prepares for War “In All Directions” By Peter Foster, Beijing, December 31, 2011 “In the coming five years, our military will push forward preparations for military conflict in every strategic direction,” General Liang Guanglie said in an interview published by state-backed newspapers in China. “We may be living in peaceful times, but we can never forget war, never send the horses south or put the bayonets and guns away.” China has repeatedly said it is planning a “peaceful rise,” but the pace and scale of its military modernisation has alarmed many neighbours, including Japan, which described the build-up of its armed forces as a “global concern.”

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