Fort Dix Was "Paradise" For Albanian Immigrants
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Of course we have to presume that the Albanian immigrants just arrested for allegedly conspiring to attack Fort Dix in New Jersey are innocent until proved guilty. And I must say it puzzles me why would-be terrorists would engage in such a precarious plot when they can see the havoc that the two Washington snipers caused in 2003 just with an old car and a couple of rifles. (Hmm, must add Jamaican Lee Malvo to our examples of Immigrant Mass Murder Syndrome).

But, googling around to see if the MSM was using the word "immigrant" in connection with this new plot (answer: no), I found this report from 1999:

The sounds of Islamic calls to prayer echo across Fort Dix, temporary host to thousands of ethnic Albanians who fled war-ravaged Kosovo. But the U.S. Army base will soon play final taps for the refugee resettlement program that should end this month.

"I feel like I'm in a paradise," one Kosovar explained, as she described the base that has been a haven for about 4,000 refugees

(Fort Dix speeds up relocation of Kosovo refugees, by Deborah Feydrick,, June 6 1999)

Another case of no good deed going unpunished? How suitably symbolic of America's immigration disaster!

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