Here’s why: I had NO
criminal records and I was turned back in Canada Christmas 2004 (that
was our Christmas gift from US Immigration border agents) because I was
married to US citizen and I wanted to visit him. Bad girl…….
better watch out IF you are not against this R.F.I.D. card or the
National ID card because YOU ARE NEXT ON THEIR WISH LIST AND DON’T
THINK BECAUSE YOU ARE A U.S. CITIZEN YOU WON’T HAVE THE SAME KIND OF
PROBLEMS SIMPLY BECAUSE YOU NEED TO HAVE IN MIND THAT MY HUSBAND WAS
NOT ONLY A U.S. CITIZEN BUT A GOOD AND GODLY ONE at least three times
because born on a US base and served the US Navy plus born in America.
(US Immigration made the end of his life a LIVING HELL by separating us
for 19 months (on 24 1/2 that we had left) by NOT
respecting their own immigration laws about a married couple – they
were not supposed to split us like cattle – see my blog for the
immigration law I am referring to)
Take a stand for yourself and your loved ones at:
And for God’s sake, begin to educate yourself and your loved ones by starting with these websites:
FIRST, READ THE BIBLE AND ASK GOD FOR THE POWER TO COMPREHEND IT WITH YOUR OWN BRAIN
Proud to fight this EVIL New World Order
and serving my Lord on the internet
the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 and the advent of Homeland
Security it has become more difficult to enter the United States if you have a criminal record, but Canadian Gregory Despres apparently figured out how to do it — show up with a weird haircut and a bloody chain saw.
in April, Despres showed up at the Calais, Maine border crossing. He
was carrying a sword, a hatchet, a knife, brass knuckles and a chain
saw that appeared to be stained in blood. Moreover, Despres looked,
U.S. Customs confiscated his weapons and then took Despres’ fingerprints. They then allowed him to enter the United States.
A day later one of Despres’ neighbors in Minto, New Brunswick was found
stabbed to death and decapitated with his head in a pillowcase under
his kitchen table. The following day, Massachusetts police arrested
Despres walking down the road wearing a sweat shirt with red and brown
On the day that Despres crossed the border, he was due in court on
another matter. Although the border guards knew about the court date,
they still allowed him to cross.
A U.S. Customs spokesperson said Despres could not be detained because
he is a naturalized U.S. citizen and there was no warrant out for his
Marie M. Buchanan, M.Ps.
Researcher, Webmaster, Pastor-Assistant, Translator, Blogger