November 27, 2003
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From: John Miano
Currently in the news we have a
story about Gao Zhan, a U.S.-based Chinese spy
["Chinese scholar pleads guilty to illegally
exporting technology to China"—AFP].
Incredibly, two years ago, this woman was the object of enormous U.S. diplomatic effort to get her out of prison in China, where she had been accused of spying for Taiwan.
Apparently, she then turned round and stole American secrets for her former jailers.
It gets better. Last year, the
American Immigration Law Foundation which
lauds illegal aliens and supports legislation
employers to replace Americans with foreign labor,
our spy with "The
2002 Immigrant Achievement Award to honor outstanding
immigrants and first generation Americans whose
contributions have greatly enriched our nation."
VDARE.COM readers might care to ask AILF in what way immigrants like Gao Zhan have really "greatly enriched our nation"—as opposed to greatly enriching immigration lawyers.
John Miano [email him] is a computer programmer who is now in law school on the theory if you can't beat 'em, sue 'em.