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Whistleblower (DIGITAL) - February 2002

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February 2002 edition — 'INVASION USA!' How America's disastrous immigration policy has welcomed terror and cultural revolution.

America has thrown open its national doors and laid out the welcome mat for murderers, revolutionaries and terrorist sleeper agents, according to the February 2002 edition of Whistleblower magazine.

Titled "INVASION USA!" this blockbuster issue unearths and documents a stunning but undeniable reality: Terrorists are flocking to the United States because of the nation's phenomenally lax — many say suicidal — border and immigration policies.

"In the past four months, since Sept. 11," said Joseph Farah, editor of WorldNetDaily and Whistleblower, "most Americans have become aware for the first time that our nation's borders are a sieve. Terrorists and their supporters, if they want to get into America, can do so. In fact, it's easy. This issue of Whistleblower is the most comprehensive, hardest-hitting journalistic exposé yet on this immense problem."

High points of the issue include:


  • Farah's clarion call to "Seal our borders";


  • Reporter J. Zane Walley's stunning on-scene report from the U.S.-Mexico border documenting how Middle Eastern illegals find easy entrance into the U.S. from Mexico (with exclusive photos);


  • Rebecca Hagelin's exposé — featuring interviews with federal whistleblowers -- on how corruption at the U.S. Customs Service has opened a major door for terrorists to attack America;


  • Clinton impeachment prosecutor David P. Schippers' outrageous but true story of how Bill Clinton and Al Gore pressured the Immigration and Naturalization Service to naturalize literally thousands of criminals as America citizens — all so they could vote for Clinton and Gore;


  • Veteran Mideast expert Daniel Pipes' insightful and principled plan for effectively fighting militant Islam in America, while safeguarding the rights of law-abiding Muslims;


  • Terror expert and investigative reporter Steven Emerson's look at Canada, and how the United States' northern border — like the one it shares with Mexico — is a key terrorist entry point into the U.S.;


  • Joseph Farah and Art Moore's eye-opening report on "America's 'Palestinians," documenting how unchecked immigration is fueling a growing secessionist movement in American southwest;

    February's Whistleblower also features a special piece by former White House FBI agent and federal whistleblower Gary Aldrich, as well as a powerful, extended excerpt from Patrick J. Buchanan's explosive new book, "The Death of the West," in which the author points up a much larger — and in many ways, even more troubling — immigration-related problem than America's opening up its national doors to terrorists:

    "America has undergone a cultural and social revolution," writes Buchanan. "We are not the same country that we were in 1970 or even 1980. We are not the same people. "

    "Uncontrolled immigration threatens to deconstruct the nation we grew up in and convert America into a conglomeration of peoples with almost nothing in common -- not history, heroes, language, culture, faith, or ancestors. Balkanization beckons."

    If you want to understand America's mind-boggling immigration problem — and find out what steps the U.S. government can and must take to end out-of-control immigration — then the February edition of Whistleblower is a must-read.

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