Diversity in New Mexico: the darkening continues and the West glibly surrenders.

There were some evil goings-on near Taos, New Mexico, which were uncovered this weekend when sheriff’s deputies raided a “compound” in search of Siraj Wahhaj, 39, and his son who he had allegedly kidnapped.

As they served the search warrant, they discovered a small version of hell on earth. Eleven children, living in desert squalor, and the remains of another which police are trying to identify.

 

 

 

The children were unfed and uncleaned and their living conditions were utterly abusive.

According to the Taos County sheriff, the 11 children “looked like third-world country refugees” and were wearing rags for clothes.

And now, one of the foster parents of one of the 11 children (what the hell was going on here?) alleges that the children were being trained to shoot up schools. Predictably, the defense attorney for Wahhaj denies the veracity of the claims.

 

The 11 children, who “looked like third-world country refugees” and were wearing rags for clothes, were found on the compound last week, as were five adults, Hogrefe said.

All five adults — including Wahhaj, another adult male and three adult women — have been arrested and charged with 11 counts of felony child abuse, Hogrefe said. Wahhaj was also charged with child abduction, while the other adult male, Lucas Morten, was charged with harboring a fugitive, Hogrefe said.

The four other adults also appeared in court Wednesday. Morton and two of the women pleaded not guilty, while a third woman did not enter a plea.

The remains of a young boy were found on Monday on an “inner portion” of the compound, Hogrefe said. The remains have not yet been identified, and Wahhaj is under investigation in the death of the child.

The three female adults would only provide names of themselves and the children, but would not give any information as to the whereabouts of the child, except to say that “he is not my son and I (we) am not allowed to talk about him,” court documents alleged.

Wahhaj “intentionally or recklessly” placed a child “in a situation that may endanger life or health,” according to the criminal complaint. This environment allegedly included “no food, clean water, leaking propane gas, filthy conditions, hazardous wood and broken glass, no hygiene or medical care,” the complaint states.

“Trip hazards, wood with nails sticking up, broken glass, bottles, and open trenches littered the property,” court documents said.

The “makeshift property” is surrounded by tires and an earthen beam and lacks electricity and running water, Hogrefe said.

Wahhaj was found to be “in control of the property,” according to the complaint.

“It’s obvious to me that they were brainwashed and feel great intimidation from the men that were in control of this facility,” Hogrefe said of the women and children.

 

And from the New York Post:

 

Siraj Wahhaj, 40; Lucas Morton, 40; Jany Leveille, 35; Hujrah Wahhaj, 38; and Subhanah Wahhaj, 35, were arrested and charged with 11 counts of felony child abuse for keeping the kids, ages 1 to 15, in squalid conditions at a compound made of garbage in the New Mexico desert.

Prosecutors named the elder Siraj Wahhaj — born Jeffrey Kearse — as an unindicted co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. He also was a character witness in the trial of convicted terror plotter Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman.

 

It was a “cult” in the strictest sense of the world.

Are cults diverse?

 

“It’s obvious to me that they were brainwashed and feel great intimidation from the men that were in control of this facility,” Hogrefe said of the women and children.

 

Western Liberals would argue this is not representative of most immigrants who flood here from shitholes.

I would argue that it doesn’t matter; what matters is that these destructive imports are entirely avoidable if we wielded some authoritative control over who enters the United States, and who does not.  Wild unabated immigration for the sake of diversity is death. If we have no identity as a nation, we will be trampled by the darkness of alien lifeforms.

 

Lucas Morten and Siraj Wahhaj
Hujrah Wahhaj, Jany Leveille and Subhannah Wahhaj

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