Cross posted from Tom’s Flashbacks
Hours after the Senate voted against advancing the immigration
reform project, the Mexican activist Elvira Arellano announced a
campaign of resistance against the U.S. government.
In a written statement, the leader of the movement Familia Unida
(United Family) said that “if the Democrats and the Republicans
cannot summon the courage to fix the broken law we will not sit
quietly and see our families and our children cut to pieces on the
broken pieces of that broken law.”
She demanded an immediate moratorium on all raids and deportations.
Arellano, who has remained in a Northwest Side church since August
15 to avoid an order of deportation, said this would be the deadline
the government will have to “revive and pass a comprehensive
Otherwise, pro-immigrant organizers will begin a campaign “aimed at
bringing this government and this economy to a halt.”
Looks like the gloves of the open-borders movement are coming off.
They’re planning yet another march out of the shadows:
Representatives from the Centro Sin Fronteras and the Illinois
Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights also announced this
morning they were prepared to take “economic actions” against
corporations that support anti immigrant legislators and programming.
Also, a massive concentration of families and children is scheduled
for July 17 in Washington D.C. to “confront the leaders of both
parties and the President.”
What do you think DHS secretary Michael Chertoff will do about it?
My prediction: Nada.
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