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By NWV Senior Political News Writer, Jim Kouri
Posted 1:00 AM Eastern
July 28, 2014

This week, a career U.S. Border Patrol agent, Zach Taylor, now retired, released a YouTube video that's going viral on the Internet and that slams the feeble attempts by the U.S. government to control the nation's southwest border. (see video below)

In addition, Taylor and his fellow officials at the National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers (NAFBPO) published an open letter challenging the repeated sound byte that there are only 11 million illegal aliens living in the United States. Taylor labels the 11 million figure as being a “gross underestimate” and asserts that the correct number is more likely figure is 18-to-20 million and rising daily.

According to Taylor, this current so-called border crisis is a manufactured crisis that has been going on since at least the year 1986 when the Reagan administration was in power, and this is what as known as Asymmetrical Warfare.

"Is there a solution to the nation's immigration problem? Yes. But before we propose a solution we must first define the problem more precisely. We do not have an 'immigration problem,' we have an illegal immigration problem. Our system of legal immigration, while it needs a tune-up to meet the national interest, is acceptable while we take care of the immediate problem. Later, we can look to fixing what's wrong with the legal immigration system," said Zach Taylor, the current NAFBPO president.

Besides the YouTube video, Taylor and the NAFBPO state in their open letter:

“Empirical data collected during processing of the 2.7 million persons during the last amnesty established that for every alien estimated to be eligible for amnesty three will actually benefit. Even after this incredible failure was discovered, Congress negligently failed to demand a methodology be developed to provide them with factual information on the number of individuals who enter and remain illegally in the United States, obviously a willful oversight.” NAFBPO asserts it is “malfeasance and fraud on its face” for members of Congress to “even contemplate another amnesty without verification of this basic information.”

"Undertaking an extensive overhaul of our immigration laws without knowing how many illegal aliens will be legalized and without knowing how many aliens make a successful illegal entry every night is absurd. I encourage you to contact your legislators to demand acquisition of this fundamental information before Congress takes up any sort of immigration reform," the former Border agent notes.

The politicians pushing the current versions of amnesty legislation claim that "bad guys" will be weeded out with criminal background checks. While the bill does call for background checks the fact is this: they won't happen and tens (even hundreds) of thousands of criminal applicants will be approved for legal residence because of the failure.

"It's already happening. For example, El Salvador, from which thousands of so-called 'refugees' come, is also the home base for the MS-13 gang. In the U.S. today we have over 100,000 MS-13 members and associates living illegally in just about every state," notes former police detective Iris Aquino.

"Who will take all those fingerprints and how will they be submitted? Law enforcement agencies will not tie up their personnel and equipment doing them. The electronic equipment to take and submit prints is expensive; who will buy it? Who will pay for the online hookups? And whom do we trust to take the prints, whether in ink or electronically? Volunteer agencies?" asks Zach Taylor.

According to Taylor's YouTube video, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has admitted that it will not be able to keep up with the volume of submissions in the time period allowed for amnesty. What we will see again is what happened in 1986: applications will be approved by default after the period for a response "times out."

During the so-called Reagan Amnesty in 1986, many applications were approved by default and many of those were found later to have had disqualifying criminal records either in the home countries or in the United States. But the law made it impossible to go back and reconsider the case -- the files were sealed. Even if it revealed a criminal arrest warrant the agency holding the warrant could not be notified.

Furthermore, if an application was denied based on a criminal record the applicant could not be referred for deportation proceedings -- he was allowed to stay illegally in the U.S. The proposed law mimics that procedure and where it doesn't, regulations will.

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Criminal gang members cannot qualify unless they sign a statement renouncing their gang affiliation. We leave the outcome of that provision to your imagination. Foreign record checks? NAFBPO laughs at the thought and you should, too. They simply cannot be had in most cases, and when obtained from countries where corruption is standard operating procedure they are unreliable. Think about legalizing cartel drug dealers and assassins, terrorists, murderers and pedophiles. We will not be able to identify them before we place them on a path to citizenship.

"In short, the stage is set to legalize a great many aliens who are dangerous to America and Americans. Those in Congress pursuing amnesty know all these things and are willing to let it happen anyway. The only way to avoid this social disaster is to hold their feet to the political fire," said Taylor.

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"It's already happening. For example, El Salvador, from which thousands of so-called 'refugees' come, is also the home base for the MS-13 gang. In the U.S. today we have over 100,000 MS-13 members and associates living illegally in just about every state," notes former police detective Iris Aquino.