March 29, 2006
Malken: Racism gets a whitewashTopics: Immigration and Border Issues
Michelle Malken has a few words for those Latino supremacists and illegal aliens marching throughout the country with anti-American and pro-Mexican themes, in protest of the rule of law being enforced to prevent more illegals from adding to the illegals that we already have here, and to get those already here - out of the country where they belong:
Few things make liberals more uncomfortable than being confronted with the racism of politically correct minorities.Be sure to read it all ...
Two weeks ago, I wrote about Autum Ashante, the precocious 7-year-old black nationalist poet, who said white people are "devils and they should be gone." If this daughter of a Nation of Islam activist father had instead been an Aryan supremacist child of a Klan activist, she'd still be all over the network news and pages of pop culture magazines (as a pair of white nationalist teen pop singers, Lamb and Lynx Gaede, have been since last fall). But with rare exceptions, nobody wanted to touch Autum's spoon-fed hatred with a 10-foot-pole. That would be, you know, "intolerant." We have to "respect diversity."
Well, this weekend, militant racism from another protected minority group was on full display. But you wouldn't know it from press accounts that whitewashed or buried the protesters' virulent anti-American hatred.
An estimated 500,000 to 2 million people, untold numbers of them here illegally, took to the streets of Los Angeles to protest strict immigration enforcement and demand blanket amnesty for border violators, visa overstayers, deportation fugitives, immigration document fraud artists and other lawbreakers. Mexican flags and signs advocating ethnic separatism and supremacy filled the landscape. Demonstrators gleefully defaced posters of President Bush and urged supporters to "Stop the Nazis!" Los Angeles talk show host Tammy Bruce reported that protesters burned American flags and waved placards of the North American continent with America crossed out.
Bet you didn't see that on television.
Suggested additional reading: Reckless in the Senate - one amnesty is not enough. That's the message the Senate Judiciary Committee sent Monday. It passed a proposal that not only embraces the McCain-Kennedy guest-worker program and amnesty for illegals, but throws in a separate amnesty for illegal agricultural workers and another for illegal-alien graduates of high school, who will get legal status and in-state tuition to college.
This is a festival of amnesty that throws legal status at every form of illegal alien, sometimes twice over. The Judiciary Committee proposal also would give work permits to an additional 400,000 entrants a year, almost enough to match the 500,000 illegal aliens who already cross the border annually. All this is essentially an attempt to legalize every illegal alien who is in the country, or thinking of coming to the country. The Judiciary Committee proposal makes McCain-Kennedy look modest by comparison.
Hat tip: Hyscience forum member - Althor
Immigration reform can't reward illegal behavior
Calling an illegal alien an undocumented immigrant is like calling a burglar an uninvited house guest.
And as one would expect - Pro-Immigrant Groups Praise Bill
Posted by Richard at March 29, 2006 2:33 PM
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