Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Open Borders: “So What Difference Does It make” Here’s a study by University of Maryland On Open Borders (Video)


In my research on how terrorist may enter the United States, I found this report/study. This should help the American people realize how vital protecting our borders are. 

Allowing undocumented aliens into America through our southern borders is a very dangerous game. 

 A team at the University of Arkansas, led by Brent Smith and Paxton Roberts, took the lead in collecting data on the border crossing patterns of terrorism-related indictees, following a protocol developed at Arkansas in partnership with researchers at the University of Maryland.

Arkansas researchers conducted geographic analyses of the emerging data, while researchers at the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START) at the University of Maryland conducted additional analyses of the border-crossing data and the comparative case studies presented here. 

 Border Crossings and Terrorist Attacks in the United States: START Border Crossings Terrorist Attacks.pdf
Lessons for Protecting against Dangerous Entrants 


Discussions of counterterrorism and border security in the United States are often linked to one another, given that borders can serve as entry points to or departure from the United States for potential or actual terrorists.

Against this background, in March 2010, a team involving researchers from two DHS Centers of Excellence—the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START) and the National Center for Border Security and Immigration (BORDERS)—began work on a research project called “Border Crossings and Terrorist Attacks on the United States: Lessons for Protecting Against Dangerous Entrants” (Award# 2009-ST-061-MD0003).

START’s contributions to this project involve experts from the University of Maryland and the University of Arkansas, while BORDERS’ contributions involve researchers from the University of Arizona.

The period of performance for this project was March 2010 through August 2012. 

The first goal of this project was to improve understanding of how current border security procedures reflect explicit counterterrorism aims by investigating the screening environment at a port of entry (POE).

The second, directly related goal was to provide historical data on the conditions under which individuals that have planned terrorist attacks targeting the United States or that have engaged in such conspiracies have entered or left the country.

This data provides an empirically grounded baseline understanding of the border-crossing behaviors of individuals who have engaged in or have planned involvement in terrorist activity directed against the United States and, as such, inform recommendations regarding counterterrorism components of border screening processes. 

Achieving these goals required a team comprised of experts from a variety of fields (including criminology, political science, computer and information science, and planning and policy development), who applied varied methodologies to studying this complex issue.

As discussed below, the project included the construction and analysis of a quantitative data set, undertaking a series of qualitative case studies, ethnographic studies of ports of entry, and systems and process analyses of screening procedures.

Project researchers collaborated to provide insights into terrorist border-crossing behaviors in the past and how current processes relate to those past behaviors, in the hopes to provide policy makers and practitioners informative findings to help prevent the entrance and departure of terrorists or “wanna-be” terrorists along the U.S. border in the future. 

This final report aims to summarize the work conducted under this project, with an emphasis on key findings. The report provides an overview of the work conducted by all members of the research team. 
The appendices detail specific aspects of the project to provide readers with a clear sense of how the research was conducted and how specific findings and conclusions were achieved. 

Coutries protect their borders for a reason. The government created crisis Americans are witnessing on their southern border will lead to UN intervention. Once the UN is on American soil, the real destabilization of North America will soon follow. If people think the Middle East is violent, wait until America is fully destabilized, you haven’t seen anything yet. 

American’s should be concerned, this is a organized crisis that is being created to eliminate the U.S. Constitution and America’s Sovereignty. The God given rights American’s have taken for granted will soon be stripped away and replaced with a “Global state”.  World government is the concept of a political body that would make, interpret and enforce international law. World government is the notion of a single common political authority for all of humanity.

You can’t say that the global elite haven’t told you what their intentions are, in the following video you are about to see all the politicians who have been speaking out, conditioning the people of the world about their coming New World Order. 

How many times do you have to be told? Conspiracy theory? Really?  Then you haven’t been listening to the people you have elected into office to protect your interests as an legal, documented American citizen. 

So here it is again for you compiled all together on this one video. 

The Globalists’ Agenda – New World Order Quotes from Politicians (1950 – 2009) Part 1 Full Article Here:

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