South Sudan presidential candidate, Bol Gai Deng, does an encore visit and shares the plight of the south Sudanese and his quest to rebuild his homeland. As noted on his website, In 1987, radical Arab Islamic militia viciously attacked Bol’s village, murdering most of the citizens and abducted more than 700 children, including Bol, who was seven years old at the time. The abducted children were then taken to the western part of Sudan and sold as child slaves, forced to follow the Islamic religion with Sharia Law. These children became known as “The Lost Boys of South Sudan”.
Bol’s Mission Today: “I am a proud American citizen because of what this country can offer people like me who are denied citizenship rights in their own countries. It is important for young Americans, our future leaders, to be educated on the tragically complicated situation in Sudan. It has been called a modern-day genocide. I am blessed by God to have lived through it, and now I want to help others. That is why I continue to share my story here in America and why I believe it is up to us, the younger generation of Sudanese, to step up, leave the comfort of the US and lead South Sudan and its people where they need to go.”
In the second hour, author, Al Perrotta, drops in with his new book The Politically Incorrect Guide to Immigration, which addresses crime statistics, jobs, the inflated welfare state, and terror threats. The Politically Incorrect Guide to Immigration shines cold light on America’s out-of-control immigration problem with real-life stories and incontrovertible evidence. Al is the managing editor of The Stream. He was formerly the VP/creative director for All Comedy Radio, Voice of America producer and Passion Arts minister at Living Faith Christian Church in So. Cal. He is the co-author of the counter-terrorism memoir Hostile Intent, and several plays, including A Christmas Scene, The Table and the original musical Bethlehem.
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