A startling development in the coastal waters of the Southeastern United States calls into question the amnesty for illegal immigrants that is being planned under the secretive North American Union. The big-government Center for Coastal Fisheries and Habitat Research warns us that lionfish, a large predatory animal with strongly poisonous spines, has invaded our territorial waters, and is waiting, hidden underwater, sometimes within clear sight of land.
They refer to the Indo-Pacific lionfish as “a non–native predatory fish first reported off the North Carolina coast in 2000. Since then, the number and geographic distribution of lionfish within the northwestern Atlantic has increased dramatically. Lionfish now inhabit coral reef, hardbottom, and artificial structures.”
Hold on a second, there! What are these lionfish doing inhabiting artificial structures? Did the lionfish make these structures, or did someone make the structures for the lionfish?
If someone made these artificial structures for the lionfish, which I believe to be the obvious logical answer, then we need to ask ourselves the following: Who would profit from providing subsidized housing for illegal immigrants?
It all reminds me a little bit too much of factory farming – only worse. In the case of the Indo-Pacific lionfish invading the coastal waters of the Southeastern United States, what’s being farmed is not fish for food, but fish for poison!
Someone call Lou Dobbs – but don’t think for a second that this is just about the lionfish stealing American jobs. It goes much further than that.
Take a look at the map. These are Indo-Pacific lionfish, so they can reasonably be expected to have moved up the Pacific coast of the United States by now. Perhaps there have been sleeper cells there for generations. That’s on one side of us. Now they’re up and down the East Coast of the United States. It’s almost as if they’re fixated on the USA in particular. They’ve got us in their sights, so to speak.
Communities of illegal immigrants hiding underwater in artificial structures set up by nobody knows who, right up and down our nation’s borders, armed with neurotoxins. In biological evolution, nobody develops a weapon like that unless they intend to use it. When will they attack us with these biological weapons?
I can’t tell you for sure, but I’ve seen these lionfish up close, and I can tell you one thing – they don’t want to talk.