Actually — and fortunately — two women from Virginia were almost taken:
Four men, who federal agents say planned to hold two women for ransom, are locked up tight in the Roanoke City Jail. … Court records claim the men “intended to kidnap the woman” who lives there and their next target was the “wife of a local business owner.” … The first three were arrested by Roanoke County police April 6, for trying to force their way into a home.
The accused are Mohammed Guhad, Joshua Kasongo, Luke Elbino, and Anthony Muse. One’s from Somalia, another from Rwanda, the third from Sudan, and the last is American. All three foreigners are here legally, in case you thought Third-World colonization was just fine as long as the paperwork’s in order.
Here’s an interesting coincidence: I saw “Taken” last night. Liam Neeson plays an ex-CIA agent who enters the dark underworld of modern-day white slavery when his daughter is kidnapped in Paris. He learns the culprits are Albanian immigrants, who actually use the “you’re picking on us poor immigrants” card when he confronts them. Neeson’s response was priceless:
“It’s not because you’re immigrants. It’s because you’re breaking the law. You come to this country, take advantage of this system, and think that just because we’re tolerant, we are weak and helpless. Your arrogance offends me.”
That’s something a lot of people would love to tell outlaw immigrants — and their enablers.
Turns out Neeson’s daughter has been sold to a filthy-rich (and mega-repulsive!) sheik. But he’s not the ultimate bad guy either — the girl had been kidnapped under the direction of a European who defends his actions as “Just doing business” !
Perfect. Isn’t that what globalism is all about? All associations based on loyalty, tradition, place, and kinship are dissolving in the solvent of multiculturalism, Open Markets, and Open Borders. In their place is a flattened, nightmarish world that combines the open market and the jungle — we’re nothing to each other but buyers and sellers, or hunters and prey, depending on the kind of deal you’re doing. Other people become either commodities, or obstacles. The universal wolf is unleashed, and the universal prey is unprotected. True equality.