Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Importing strippers

Male dancers accused of raping Oregon woman
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. -- Three members of a touring male revue dance group have been arrested on accusations they raped a 24-year-old woman.

Bail for each is set at $200,000. Armagnac-Bernal, a Czech national who has overextended his visa, is also being held on an immigration hold.

An illegal alien male stripper is an accused rapist... I wonder if he was here originally on a work visa and if so what did he put down as his occupation?

Can I please here it from the mouths of McCamnesty and Hussein Obama that "stripping is a job that Americans won't do so we need to import these workers or our economy will suffer."?

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Daniel, you could go a long way toward raising the level of discussion on your blog (not to mention setting a positive example as an adult and father) by taking a very simple step: Treat political opponents with courtesy and refer to them by their actual name, and ask that others do the same.

Well, maybe not a long way, but it would be something.

Anonymous said...

Excellent observation, thanks for making it. I've long agreed, and felt that the current practice of "Obama Hussein, the "Fish Wrapper," does little more than reveal the playground-level mentality of some of the "conservatives" who use this blog. And liberals, to be fair. Everyone ought to take a deep breath and start acting, and speaking, like adults.

Anonymous said...

Well we know that raping woman is a hallmark of the Republican Party so they can't say that Americans won't do those jobs.

Anonymous said...

ILLEGAL aliens involved in SEX crimes? No way.

There is NO trend here, illegal does not equal illegal...

Salt Lake Tribune
21 caught in prostitution sting, may face deportation
St. George, Utah -- A prostitution sting in St. George resulted in 21 arrests Saturday, and all of the suspects could face deportation. -- Thirteen people face criminal charges related to prostitution or soliciting prostitutes, while eight other people are being held on suspected immigration violations. [More 'family values' that should have stopped at the Rio Bravo] www.americanpatrol.com

Anonymous said...

"Daniel, you could go a long way toward raising the level of discussion on your blog (not to mention setting a positive example as an adult and father) by taking a very simple step: Treat political opponents with courtesy and refer to them by their actual name, and ask that others do the same."

Don't count on it, there, anon. Miglavs was trained in the Lars Larson school of political "discourse". At the end of the day, I think he has little genuine interest in any type of sober discussion of things. I've tried to debate him on numerous occasions. He never answers, and those with a Miglavian perspective of the world tend to be capable of nothing more than knee-jerk, juvenile responses that are nothing more than name-calling ("ciminal-lover", "unamerican", etc.), completely devoid of analytical content. I gave up, and rarely read the blog, and almost never post. I would urge you to do the same.

If you're looking for actual discussion, go elsewhere.

Daniel said...

McCamnesty has tried to sell out my country multiple times to criminal aliens and Hussein Obama wants to create a socialist utopia where the government sets my thermostat and how much food is on my plate.

I have no respect for these elitist scum. I bring up an issue, maybe use some (I think) humorous analogies and make my case. The politicians are an afterthought.

Anonymous said...

"I have no respect for these elitist scum. I bring up an issue, maybe use some (I think) humorous analogies and make my case. The politicians are an afterthought."

Daniel, thank you for making my point by logging yet another post devoid of analytical substance.

Have a nice life. My guess is that your structure of opportunity, will be enhanced upon the election of our next president, Obama, and you will go on with your drivel as if you have carved out your own successes.

What I find ironic is that you resist supporting a candidate who, among other things, seeks to enhance the opportunities available to those facing the most daunting odds in contemporary society: those lacking post-secondary education; those with a criminal record (uh...i.e, you MIGLAVS)

Anonymous said...

anon 1:15
you do not have to read his blog if you do not WANT to .you also have a freedom of going somewere else!

Tasha said...

check out Canada's stripper gate from a few years ago. seems the hookers and strippers made better money in the US, so they went there. Canada intentionally began to fast track hookers and other sex workers in to Canada to satisfy all the middle-aged government males.
a lot has been written about the international sex

industry and the trafficking of women and children.
truth is the US has no borders. visa-overstays and non-existent borders makes it easy for those in the sex industry to do their dirty work.
hasn't anyone noticed how many mexican/immigrant hookers there are on craigslist?

Tasha said...

Canada's "Strippergate" Scandal Turns Heads in Ottawa
by Shannon Hines

The Dominion - http://www.dominionpaper.ca



In reaction to what is now called the "Strippergate" scandal, the federal government will no longer assess the need for dancers in Canada's exotic dancer industry.

In late November 2004, after hearing news of special visas granted to foreign exotic dancers, opposition officials asked for the resignation of Judy Sgro, Liberal Minister of Citizenship and Immigration. Sgro was accused of favouritism in the case of 25 year-old Romanian dancer Alina Balaican, to whom Sgro granted a special residency permit while she worked on the minister's re-election campaign this past summer.

In the last year alone, over 600 foreign women have received temporary work permits for exotic dancing - a significant number of them from Romania.

According to Sgro and the ministry spokespersons, "Canadian women do not want to work any more in this profession." They argue that the scarcity of performers such as lap dancers could only be filled by recruiting women abroad and by granting them special visas. According to the Minister, "There are needs in the exotic dance industry," and the government has "the obligation to answer them."

In an announcement made December 1, by Human Resources Minister Joe Volpe, strip club owners will now have to prove that no Canadian talent is available before recruiting foreign dancers. As CBC reports, this is a move that will "remove a loophole that put hundreds of foreign women on an immigration fast-track." The controversial visa program, which dated back to 1998, simply required exotic dancers to provide a letter offering them a job in the industry and prove they were qualified to dance.

"I didn't feel in the slightest bit comfortable with the program, and I didn't think there was any justification for it," Volpe said Wednesday. "The category for exotic dancers is no longer there."

The "Strippergate" scandal indicates even more problems to cure than just the closing of an immigration loophole, including concerns from anti-trafficking groups; allegations of backroom prostitution and threats of deportation for refusal of additional services; and the question of forged documentation and age verification of the strippers coming to Canada.

Before the special visas inquiries, Sgro made headlines in mid-November after vowing to reform Canada's beleaguered refugee process and speaking about the need to attract more immigrants to sustain economic growth in the face of a declining birth rate and aging population.

» CBC: Ottawa shuts loophole for exotic dancers

» LifeSite: Canada Abruptly Ends Special Visas for Exotic Dancers after Inquiries into Underage Strippers

» Sisyphe: Canada Contributes to the Sexual Trafficking of Women for Purposes of Prostitution

» Globe and Mail: Minister targets bogus refuge