Tomorrow is Freedom

30 04 2006

Cross posted from Free Republic

It also happens to be May Day, a day long associated with communism, Marxism, socialism, anarchism, basically anti-American.

Tomorrow's events, which will be heavily covered by our very own "highly objective" mainstream media, are a strategic move not for the masses involved, but for the organizers of the pro-invasion. An alliance of communists and reconquistas, whose sole objective is to undermine and shake the very foundation of the United States of America.

They intend to deliver a blow to the nation using the very means vital to our survival, and a means they so despise: Free enterprise

But that is where they will fail. Free enterprise has advantages over state-run business, such advantages are called flexibility, resilience, and the freedom to hire and also fire people who don't show up!

Nevertheless, according to tradition, President Bush has declared tomorrow a day of Law and Loyalty.

Not good enough.

Perhaps the greatest power of voice the American has is through his checkbook.
Let Freedom Ring. And let it Ring Loudly.

**This was a production of The Coalition Against Illegal Immigration (CAII). If you would like to participate, please go to the above link to learn more. Afterwards, email the coalition and let me know at what level you would like to participate.**





May Day By Criminal Invaders, (backed by communist?)

30 04 2006

Cross posted from Right Truth

May 1st has been claimed by the criminal invaders in America as 'nothing gringo day'. Is it an accident that May 1 was selected and that May 1 has been claimed by socialists, communists, and anarchists? Fox News Channel wonders and so do many bloggers. Exactly what groups are backing these marchers?

International Workers' Day (a name used interchangably with May Day) is the commemoration of the Haymarket Riot of 1886 in Chicago, Illinois, and a celebration of the social and economic achievements of the international labor movement. The 1 May date is used because in 1884 the Federation of Organized Trades and Labor Unions, inspired by labor's 1872 success in Canada, demanded an eight-hour workday in the United States to come in effect as of May 1, 1886. This resulted in a general strike and the riot in Chicago of 1886, but eventually also in the official sanction of the eight-hour workday. The May Day Riots of 1894 and May Day Riots of 1919 occurred subsequently.

Due to these left-wing overtones, May Day has long been a focal point for demonstrations by various socialist, communist, and anarchist groups. In some circles, bonfires are lit in commemoration of the Haymarket Riot usually right as the first day of May begins. [citation needed] In the 20th century, May Day received the official endorsement of the Soviet Union; celebrations in communist countries during the Cold War era often consisted of large military parades and shows of common people in support of the government. Wikipedia

Most Americans are not worried about May 1 because we see it as a great chance for many things:

1. Jobs vacated by these criminal invaders can be filled by Americans.

2. The streets will be clear of many criminal invaders who do not have licenses or insurance.

3. Our stores and businesses will be less crowded.

4. Hopefully our hospitals and doctor offices will be less crowded and able to serve legal citizens who have insurance.

5. We don't care if lettuce costs a few cents more, or we have to bus our own tables, or mow or own yards. Most of us do that anyway. Most Americans do all their own yard work, house work, plus their full-time jobs, so this won't be a change for us. I believe the market will work out any lack of criminal invader labor force we no longer have.

These people are not immigrants, they were not invited here, they are not here legally and this is what bothers Americans. Many people wait years, fill out stacks of paperwork, pay all the required fees, take all the medical exams that are required for legal immigration. These criminal invaders have done none of this.

So fine, stay home, or march in our streets. Hopefully ICE will be there to arrest and deport you. Yee-haw!

Take a Poll on illegal immigration here at Polling Point.

Linked with DeMediacratic Nation, "Boycott May Lack Bite Organizers Intended"

Organizers of the boycott say they didn't have the economic resources to get the word out to everyone they want to take part in the protest. Go read it here

Also linked with DeMediacratic Nation's, "Racist Fringe Darkens Debate"

We can assume that if not already, groups like CAII will be lumped in with losers like this.
The attacks, none physical, have darkened the backdrop for boycotts and
protests planned Monday across the country against a proposed new restrictive
immigration law. Go read it all here

Linked with The Uncooperative Blogger, "May 1st Boycott Back On, Let's Boycott 'Cinco de Mayo'"

**This was a production of The Coalition Against Illegal Immigration (CAII). If you would like to participate, please go to the above link to learn more. Afterwards, email the coalition and let us know at what level you would like to participate.**





Tomorrow is Freedom

30 04 2006

Cross posted from Free Constitution

It also happens to be May Day, a day long associated with communism, Marxism, socialism, anarchism, basically anti-American.

Tomorrow's events, which will be heavily covered by our very own "highly objective" mainstream media, are a strategic move not for the masses involved, but for the organizers of the pro-invasion. An alliance of communists and reconquistas, whose sole objective is to undermine and shake the very foundation of the United States of America.

They intend to deliver a blow to the nation using the very means vital to our survival, and a means they so despise: Free enterprise

But that is where they will fail. Free enterprise has advantages over state-run business, such advantages are called flexibility, resilience, and the freedom to hire and also fire people who don't show up!

Nevertheless, according to tradition, President Bush has declared tomorrow a day of Law and Loyalty.

Not good enough.

Perhaps the greatest power of voice the American has is through his checkbook.

Let Freedom Ring. And let it Ring Loudly.

**This was a production of The Coalition Against Illegal Immigration (CAII). If you would like to participate, please go to the above link to learn more. Afterwards, email the coalition and let me know at what level you would like to participate.**





Racist fringe darkens debate

30 04 2006

Cross posted form DeMediacratic Nation 

We can assume that if not already, groups like CAII will be lumped in with losers like this.

The attacks, none physical, have darkened the backdrop for boycotts and
protests planned Monday across the country against a proposed new restrictive
immigration law.

I realize this type of thing "darkens the backdrop" but isn't the whole argument bizarre enough to invite this garbage? People assume they can march, close businesses down and demand rights for those that are not citizens and then think there will be no backlash. I don't get it.

Extreme actions have reactions, even the ugly ones.

From the San Francisco Chronicle

Displays of anti-immigrant and anti-Latino anger in California and across
the country have increased in the six weeks since massive immigrant rights
rallies began, and they’re injecting a new note of vitriol into the nation’s
immigration reform debate.

This ire — in radio commentaries, a computer game, Web sites and other
venues — gained visibility last week when Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger publicized
“disturbing and hateful death threats” received by Los Angeles Mayor Antonio
Villaraigosa, Lt. Gov. Cruz Bustamante and other Latino officials. The attacks,
none physical, have darkened the backdrop for boycotts and protests planned
Monday across the country against a proposed new restrictive immigration law.
The angry messages don’t sit well with many mainstream immigration
restrictionists, including leaders of the Minuteman Project, whose members will
depart from Los Angeles on Wednesday on a cross-country lobbying tour for
tougher border control. And the elected officials on the receiving end
downplayed the anonymous messages, saying they get death threats from time to
time on a range of issues.

But immigrant advocates say taken all together, the hostility is an
ominous intrusion as Congress grapples with the steady flow of illegal
immigrants that has amounted to an estimated population of 12 million
nationwide.

“It is a definite sharpening of the debate and making it much more ugly
than we’ve seen in some time,” said John Trasviña, interim president of the
Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund. “It does become a dangerous
situation … . I’m glad the governor raised people’s sensitivities about this.”

Bustamante received a pair of typed postcards early this month
postmarked in Pasadena that called him a “dirty Mexican” and other slurs and
said “The only good Mexican is a dead Mexican,” according to his press secretary
Stephen Green, who faxed one of the cards to The Chronicle.

“That’s a death threat, as far as we’re concerned,” Green said. This
and other threats against Bustamante have been turned over to the California
Highway Patrol for investigation.
“They seem to think he’s a Mexican,” Green
said. “Both he and his parents were born in the San Joaquin Valley.”

State Assembly Speaker Fabian Nuñez and Villaraigosa were targets of an
anti-Latino attack by a New York radio program. But Nuñez, D-Los Angeles, said
last week: “We don’t feel any threats by anyone. I just think it’s just people
who have a misguided view of the world.”

In Phoenix, a radio talk show host on KFYI lost his job this month for
suggesting on air that listeners “pick one night — every week — where we will
kill whoever crosses the border.” Brian James later told the Arizona Republic
that his remarks had been taken out of context. “I do not in any way advocate
shooting illegal immigrants,” James said.

Bloody computer
game

MORE……

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Boycott may lack bite organizers intended

30 04 2006

Cross posted from DeMediacratic Nation

Organizers of the boycott say they didn't have the economic resources to get the word out to everyone they want to take part in the protest.

No economic resources? Gee, maybe we should all donate to the cause. Although they shouldn't need the resources with all the press this has gotten. Perhaps what they are pushing for isn't all that popular.

From the Houston Chronicle:

Forget about getting a super burrito, flauta or fajita at any of Houston's Taquerias Arandas restaurants on Monday.

And if you've been hankering for a new pair of work boots from the Botas Cebu store on Harwin, you'll have to wait.
It'll be closed, too.

In Houston and around the country, immigrants and their supporters on Monday plan to stage a national work stoppage and spending boycott aimed at showing off their economic muscle. Their aim is to get Congress to legalize more than 11 million undocumented immigrants and back off proposals to tighten immigration laws.

But Monday's "Day Without an Immigrant" is unlikely to bring the economy to a grinding halt as it did in the 2004 satirical film A Day Without A Mexican, even some immigrant advocates concede.

"There won't be chaos," predicted Alain Cisneros, a community organizer for ACORN, a group that works with low-income families, including immigrants. "We will see the impact on the economy, maybe not that strong, but we will see the impact of companies closing and workers not working."

Organizers of the boycott say they didn't have the economic resources to get the word out to everyone they want to take part in the protest. And some immigrants are afraid to participate, still rattled over the raids earlier this month that netted 1,187 illegal immigrants in Texas and 25 other states. But organizers say that if even scattered pockets of immigrants hold back their labor and cash, if only for a day, they will boost awareness of their demands.

More…..

**This was a production of The Coalition Against Illegal Immigration (CAII). If you would like to participate, please go to the above link to learn more. Afterwards, email the coalition and let me know at what level you would like to participate.**





Defining Deviancy Down

30 04 2006

Cross posted from InMuscatine

Des Moines Register | Basu: Staying away on workers’ day :

International Workers Day isn’t much of an event in America, even though it was in this country that the labor movement’s call for an 8-hour work day spurred the first observance on May 1, 1886. But it’s about to become a very big event again tomorrow.

Across America, and in Iowa, immigrant workers will use the occasion to make a symbolic statement about their value to the U.S. economy.

They’ll do that by not showing up.

Why is May 1 not much of an event in America? Well, for that you can thank your local communist, socialist, anarchist, and other sundry Liberal moonbat types for co-opting it. In reality the Liberals celebrate this day for taking by force what they couldn’t win at the ballot box, or through the courts. I quote what may be the most unbiased and authoritative voice on the subject :

Through much of the 1870’s and 1880’s Chicago was a leading center of labor activism and radical thought. Early in 1886 labor unions were beginning a movement for an eight-hour day. Union activists called a one day general strike in Chicago. On May 1 many Chicago workers struck for shorter hours. An active group of radicals and anarchists became involved in the campaign. Two days later a shooting and one death occurred during a riot at the McCormick Reaper plant when police tangled with the strikers.

Gee… radicals and anarchists. Who knew the Des Moines Register had such an affinity for Liberals?

The workers are hoping their absence will demonstrate more effectively than a rally or petition can just how essential they are, and why they shouldn’t be taken for granted.

This so called Day Without Immigrants comes at a critical time for the 11 million to 12 million immigrants (mostly Mexican) here without legal papers, as Congress considers making them felons.

And why should they not? After all, Mexico considers illegal aliens to be felons.

This is unprecedented, though movies and plays have satirized similar scenarios. The stakes are high. Some immigrant leaders fear the action could backfire, be seen as anti-American or ungrateful. Some correctly question the value of keeping kids home from school. But as one boycott coordinator said, “We’ve shown our power politically, but if we can’t show it economically, we are going to lose it.”

What power? You are not citizens of this country. Believe it or not, we got along just fine before you showed up, and we will be fine long after you have left.

Whether it’s the housekeeper who cleans your toilet or hotel room, the nanny who raises your kids, the assembly-line worker or field hand who handles your food, our society runs on labor by immigrants, some of them undocumented. They’re repopulating empty cities and reviving small businesses.

And sucking up resources, and sending capital out of the USA to the tune of $20 billion per year.

Whatever else the boycott disrupts, the greatest risk is to participants themselves. But they’re focusing on a greater cause. They’re forfeiting badly needed pay and risking being fired, the kinds of sacrifices that have been an essential part of hard-won workers’ rights.

Hard-won CITIZENS rights. Do try to get the minor details right, will ya Basu?

As Juan Jose Gutierrez, national coordinator for Latino Movement USA, told the Washington Post, “You can only march for so long to make your point. You have to think of other creative ways to make it clear to Congress and the Bush administration that we expect them to behave responsibly.”

Of course, to a Liberal “behave responsibly” is code for “let us break the law and get away with it”.

Of course, the effort has to collide with the vitriol of Iowa’s misguided monarch, Congressman Steve King — admirer of Joe McCarthy, apologist for torture at Abu Ghraib, advocate of English-only, opponent of judicial independence and architect of a bizarre plan to fence off Mexico. Suggesting that open-borders advocates are a greater threat than Osama bin Laden, he’s written a piece saying without illegal immigrants, we’d lose only drug smugglers, murderers, child abusers and flooded hospital emergency rooms filled with anchor babies, imported diseases and hangnails. Hangnails?

Ah, yes… The specter of “hate speech” rears its ugly head. Don’t debate anyone on the basis of fact, just go after the messenger.

Rep. King is correct, and I have said many of the same things about the influx of illegals – how are we benefiting from this invasion? We are not getting the next Bill Gates, or Jonas Salk, or Norman Borlaug. What are we getting out of this deal? We are getting a whole lot of criminals, we know that as fact already. Are all of them criminals? Of course not. But we do know in the future we are going to be getting a whole lot of Mexico’s drug addicts due to Mexico legalizing possession of drugs we hold to be illegal.

One only wishes King would borrow a page from the immigrants and observe a day without dishonest political bombast. But until he comes up with a better way to stop the out-migration of Iowans, our economy will continue to depend on immigrant labor. For example, the Cargill Meat Solutions pork-processing plant in Ottumwa will be closed tomorrow, since half of its 2,400 employees are Latino.

One only wishes Basu were capable of writing one column based on fact and logic instead of emotion. We don’t “depend” on immigrant labor. Who was doing these jobs before immigrant labor arrived on the scene? Americans. They were working for much higher wages, too. All you can prove by the addition of illegal immigrant labor is the lowering of our standard of living by artificially depressing wages.

Wait a minute… I thought Liberals were all about helping the poor and downtrodden? Doesn’t that mean they also must be against illegal immigration and the subsequent lowering of wages? Nope, that would mean they have devoted thought to their position, and we know that isn’t going to happen any time soon.

Whatever the reservations about it, the Day Without Immigrants can be effective only if enough people take part in it. It should be supported by everyone who values immigrants’ contributions and believes they should be treated fairly. After all, it is International Workers Day, one more thing immigrants are helping to revive.

If we use this day to support illegal aliens, then I demand a day to honor and support the officers of Enron. I want a holiday to honor bank robbers. I want a holiday to honor rapists. After all, we can’t discriminate, now can we?

**This was a production of The Coalition Against Illegal Immigration (CAII). If you would like to participate, please go to the above link to learn more. Afterwards, email the coalition and let them know at what level you would like to participate.





We Don’t Have What It Takes Any More

29 04 2006

Cross posted from The Violence Worker

I’d like to say that the pro immigration invader rallies on Monday will strengthen the stance of all Americans against illegal immigration. I’d like to tell you that by Friday, a majority of Congresscritters will see the light and start drafting comprehensive, common sense legislation that will help secure our borders and deal with the millions already here. I’d like to tell you that we, as a nation, and as American people, stood strong against the illegal immigration winds that blew like a category 5 hurricane on Monday. I’d like to report to you on Tuesday that our national levees against lawlessness and intimidation held.

Most people understand the issue. There are a lot of opinions on how to deal with those who are already here, but this fact remains clear, people want our borders secured. The problem is that the left (somewhat successfully) manages to make the argument into one of race or ethnicity rather than the real issues of securing our borders and dealing with the astronomical drain of money and resources illegal aliens invaders put on our education, healthcare and law enforcement resources.

And that’s the problem. That’s why I won’t be able to tell you those things next week.

We Americans are weak. We don’t have what it takes any more to do the hard and dirty jobs and I’m not talking about picking apples. I’m talking about doing something about a problem. We are so damned afraid of offending someone or so damned afraid we might be perceived as racist that we just don’t take a stand or we equivocate until we crap our drawers. The people who will be marching on Monday understand that about us. Whatever steel backbone we once had is so weakened by the corrosiveness of the appeasement movement that I fear for our country.

Look at the groups supporting this march of madness – The Unions, the Socialists, the Communists, the Separatists (Those professing some plan to break away from the US) and now the radical Muslims. These are people who are anti-American and overtly working to change the United States into a third world Socialist Crapocracy©

They’ll slow things down in places, snarl a bit of traffic and make somebody’s life a little more miserable, but it won’t shut anything vital down. Face it. They know they can’t afford to shut things down for more than a few hours.

They also know that if they keep it up, they’ll be able to scare enough of the twits in Congress away from passing any meaningful legislation.

Contact your Representatives and Senators after the rally and tell them you intend to vote for candidates who promise to secure our borders.

VW

**This was a production of The Coalition Against Illegal Immigration (CAII). If you would like to participate, please go to the above link to learn more. Afterwards, email the coalition and let us know at what level you would like to participate**








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