Innocent Blood From Open Borders

Terrorism– its not like its a hobby or just a fad. It is a force; a life-threatening one that can and should be reckoned with. Whenever a terroristic tragedy strikes on U.S. soil, it’s natural that we will tamper with ideologies of how and why the attacks occurred to eliminate the possibility of all future attacks. With the latest of terroristic attacks, such as with the attack on September 11, 2001 and the Boston Marathon bombings, our analysis of these situations reveals one commonality that leads to only one possible solution: enhancement of our security by means of stricter immigration laws.

Americans were alarmed to discover that Ramzi Yousef and Ahmad Ajaj, the masterminds behind the planning of the World Trade Center bombing in 1993, were allowed into the United States using false passports that showed obvious signs of tampering. Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman, a co-conspirator in the bombings and leader of “The Islamic Group” who spoke very adamantly and publicly about his “anti-american” viewpoints, was on the U.S. State Department’s terrorist watch list yet was freely allowed to travel in and out of the United States on an expired visa while conducting terrorist attacks in Egypt.

Nawaf muhammed Salim al-Hazmi, one of the chosen pilots by Osama bin Laden in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks against the United States, obtained a tourist visa which showed evidence of his association with Al-Quaeda. Because immigration inspectors were not officially trained to be aware of this sort of evidence, he was allowed to enter and exit the United States repeatedly. In 1999, the CIA was informed by Saudi Intelligence of Khalid al-Mihdhar’s (another chosen pilot in the attack) association with Al-Quaeda but was still allowed into the United States in 2000 to attend flight school.

Tamerlan Tsarnaev, one of the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings on April 15, 2013, was allowed to continue to live in the United States in spite of Tamerlan’s application for U.S. citizenship being placed on hold because of speculations of his association with Chechen terrorists. These suspicions were reported by Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) in 2011 to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. However, the FSB never responded to requests by the FBI for more supporting evidence of this speculation, therefore the case was closed.

Under the current immigration laws, certain offenses can disqualify an immigrant from obtaining and/or retaining American citizenship. With all the facts being apparent as to how and why the above terrorist were able to bypass these laws, it is obvious the current laws are not working. Unless stricter immigration laws are implemented immediately, we can expect more innocent blood to be shed because the United States will have failed, once again, to protect its citizens.

Β©2013 Learus Ohnine

19 thoughts on “Innocent Blood From Open Borders

  1. Is it truly innocent blood? The American people elect their leaders who then interfere in other countries, support brutal dictators, foment coups and murder national leaders thus provoking terrorist reprisals. What few people realize is the modern state of Israel was founded on terrorism.


    • Well last I checked, the legal voting age in the U.S. was 18 yrs old, and still is I believe. According to reports of the victims of the Boston Marathon, one of them was 8 yrs old. That is about as innocent as it gets. R.I.P. kid…


      • As long as our drones continue killing innocent women and children in the Middle East Americans have no right to complain when terrorists strike back.


          • It is not hatred that is the problem but the actions of Americas leaders supported and elected into office by misguided and dishonest voters – such as Opinionated Man – that causes the hatred in the first place that is the problem.


              • No we don’t all have to agree but I draw the line at dishonest arguments -its just a clump of cells, might makes right etc., outright falsehoods, repeated lies by intellectually dishonest and lazy individuals and lies of omission.


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  3. I just don’t ‘trust’ our governments….. I do think that they would be capable of anything. Sometimes I wonder how much of this ‘terrorism’ is engineered to achieve their own political agenda! 😦


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