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Immigration Matters

The items posted in this column are provided by George Taylor, a retired Border Patrol agent.

Brought up on FOX last night July 24, 2017 by NAFBPO.org Vice Chairman David Ward

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cUiniE5JUOk

 

When the scope of the Pharmaceutical Industries influence over congress, and, congress continually focusing on Doctors and Pharmacies as the primary cause of the opioid overdose epidemic to the near complete refusal to recognize border insecurity and transnational crime as the source of heroin and fentanyl that are killing people in large numbers, the motives of the orchestrated focus on the medical delivery profession then becomes increasingly suspect.

The lightly shielded truth, highlighted below, is that the lawful drug Opana is being illegally converted to an injectable. What the highlighted section means is people are obtaining the legal drug Opana and illegally converting it to an injectable. This focusing on the Prescription Drug and not the crime will continue to lead us nowhere if we are truly acting to curb overdose deaths.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/07/23/nc-apartment-fire-suspect-was-in-country-illegally-report-says.html 

Of Course, in the Canada Free Press. Where else ?

Did not expect to see this in a U.S. Newspaper did you ?

Oh, and the comments section. Mercy.

http://canadafreepress.com/article/did-officer-mohamed-noor-get-his-job-just-because-hes-somali 

http://www.dcclothesline.com/2017/07/21/report-killer-somali-cop-mohamed-noor-was-diversity-hire/?subscribe=success#blog_subscription-3 

This article brings up a very important point that is past due for logical review devoid of political correctness and political expediency.

That point is affirmative action and diversity goals in hiring and promoting in the work place as mandated by the federal government.

Affirmative action is hiring and promoting by the forced application of subjective criteria, diversity, age, sex, race, national origin, etc.

It is not seeking out, identifying and hiring the best qualified applicant for objective reasons, work history, test scores, psychological and polygraph testing, education, etc.

I have personally seen how expensive and counterproductive this has been in the U.S. Border Patrol and was a major factor in the high attrition rates & ethics problems.
Time to put politics and feelings aside and objectively evaluate the results of affirmative action because it is the objective results that should matter rather than subjective goals.

When considering either path in hiring from todays applicant pool anyone that thinks moving away from the polygraph exam is a good idea in hiring for the U.S. Border Patrol, ICE or HSI, needs to rethink that position based on past outcomes, not expediency. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

Zack Taylor, Chairman
NAFBPO.org

It's is the same in Wisconsin, Ohio, Massachuesetts, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New Mexico, Texas etc as it is everywhere.

You want to stem the heroin overdose deaths, you have to diminish the heroin availability on the street.
Sanctuary Cities + Illegal Aliens = Transnational Crime
It's just that simple friends.

It is just that the people making money or consolidating power off the heroin crisis don't want it to stop.

https://www.lifezette.com/polizette/cop-unlocks-key-to-identifying-criminal-aliens-using-stolen-identities/ 

http://www.dcclothesline.com/2017/07/21/report-killer-somali-cop-mohamed-noor-was-diversity-hire/?subscribe=success#blog_subscription-3 

This article brings up a very important point that is past due for logical review devoid of political correctness and political expediency.

That point is affirmative action and diversity goals in hiring and promoting in the work place as mandated by the federal government.

Affirmative action is hiring and promoting by the forced application of subjective criteria, diversity, age, sex, race, national origin, etc.

It is not seeking out, identifying and hiring the best qualified applicant for objective reasons, work history, test scores, psychological and polygraph testing, education, etc.

I have personally seen how expensive and counterproductive this has been in the U.S. Border Patrol and was a major factor in the high attrition rates and ethics problems.

Time to put politics and feelings aside and objectively evaluate the results of affirmative action because it is the objective results that should matter rather than subjective goals.

When considering either path in hiring from todays applicant pool anyone that thinks moving away from the polygraph exam is a good idea in hiring for the U.S. Border Patrol, ICE or HSI, needs to rethink that position based on past outcomes, not expediency. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

Zack Taylor, Chairman
NAFBPO.org