The National Narrative on Illegal Immigration

3 05 2007

Cross posted from The Undocumented Blogger

Poll after poll shows that the majority of Americans demand border control and are against amnesty. Yet, the national media and our elected leaders continue to tell a different story.
After the second round of May 1st pro-amnesty protests the national story was about the Los Angeles police cracking the heads of “peaceful” protestors. Despite the fact those protesting were by and large criminal illegal aliens and should have been arrested and not allowed to protest, the fact remains it was those very protestors that turned violet causing the necessary response from the LA police to control the situation. These videos (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJu9dX–K1w and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UEqV5zaVCbY) surfaced of an NBC cameraman filming during May 1st protests, clearly showing they are not objective observers as they claim.

Last year, the media and other pro-amnesty advocates attempted to change the language of illegal immigration. Illegal aliens became undocumented workers. Immigrants became migrants, as if the illegal aliens plan to return to Mexico at the end of the season. Amnesty became “a path to citizenship”.

For well over a year pro-amnesty supporters have been creating a narrative to support their agenda while ignoring the simple facts of illegal immigration. Whether it’s corporate slavery or white guilt driving these agendas is tough to say. When both extremes come together like they have on this issue and free trade, it’s the American poor and middleclass that suffer.

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.

Other CAII Posts:

Right Truth: Illegal alien ran an unlicensed dental practice out of his home

Just enforce the immigration laws

Illegal Aliens Must Go!: Only 10,000 March in Los Angeles: Whatever Happened to “Sí se puede?”

Nancy Pelosi: Progressive Compassion Needed to Fix Immigration

The Uncooperative Blogger: Hillary Clinton Taps Radical Chicano for National Co-Chair

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One response

18 05 2007
Mary Haldane

I will march, protest, make phone calls anything to STOP the
senate bill on immigration. We must save America! I thought Iraq was the threat – no it’s the immigration bill
Where can I march? Please

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