February 27, 2008
An Indian woman, Mallika Dutt, has released a video game that essentially trains illegal aliens how to sneak across the border and avoid border patrol agents and cops. ICED, the video game, “debuts at a time when immigration has become, as some have called it, the ‘third rail’ of politics,” India Currents reported last December. “Immigration reform buckled in the Senate and crackdowns on those here illegally have increased across the country. ICED (www.icedgame.com) is about a set of teens who run afoul of the immigration system. ‘It lets you get into the skin of someone going through the deportation system,’ says Dutt. The characters include a Japanese student, a Haitian asylum seeker, a young undocumented man from Latin America, a European woman who thinks she is legal, and an Indian-American high school student.”
India Currents does not explicitly tell us why these people have “run afoul of the immigration system,” but really this is a no-brainer — they have entered the country illegally.
Naturally, for the casual observer, Ms. Dutt comes off as your garden variety liberal “human rights” advocate with a useful penchant for technology. But it is a bit more sinister than that, as it turns out Dutt was a “program officer for Ford Foundation in India before she launched Breakthrough,” the video company responsible for ICED.
|Ms. Dutt comes off as your garden variety liberal "human rights" advocate with a useful penchant for technology. But it is a bit more sinister than that, as it turns out Dutt was a "program officer for Ford Foundation in India before she launched Breakthrough," the video company responsible for ICED.|
It is a well documented fact the Ford Foundation supports and funds organizations such as the National Council of La Raza and the Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan (MEChA). In addition, the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF) enjoys contributions from the Ford Foundation, Fannie Mae Foundation, San Antonio Spurs, The Rockefeller Foundation, State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc., Department of Water and Power, City of Los Angeles, Chicago Tribune Foundation, Chrysler Fund, Citibank, Walgreen’s, Washington Mutual, Wells Fargo Bank, St. Mary’s University, California State University Foundation. “California is going to become a Hispanic state and anyone who doesn’t like it should go back to Europe. Eventually we will take over all the political institutions of California,” Mario Obledo, co-founder of MALDEF and former California Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, stated in June 1998.
In order to brainwash the masses — especially the young — into believing that illegal immigration is a “human rights” issue and not one of security and national sovereignty, the introduction of a video game such as ICED is critical. Thus it makes perfect sense a former Ford Foundation minion would dream up and engineer a video game that essentially serves as a training tool for illegal immigrants. Of course, as the average Mexican or Latin American does not have access to a video game console, let alone a television, the game is more practically geared toward an effort to inculcate middle class Americans into the belief that illegal immigration is a human rights issue, never mind open borders and the influx of third world people is a globalist plot to turn the United States, soon to become part of a North American Union, into a feudal slave labor gulag based on the China model. It has absolutely nothing to do with human rights.