Skip to comments.The Murrieta Immigration Rebellion Rolls On
Posted on 07/08/2014 8:56:59 PM PDT by Noremac
I attended / observed / participated in the protest in Murrieta near the Border Patrol station yesterday. Thought you might find a couple of observations about the nature of the resistance to detainee dumping of interest.
One thing that floored me was the stark reality that the narrative the network media present, in which minorities - especially Hispanics, are all of the same mind concerning Open Borders, enforcement, amnesty, etc. - is so false that it is laughable. I suspected this all along, but it was still somewhat surprising the extent.
A quick teaser. I detail how the number of Hispanics objecting to Open Borders, dwarfed that of the Hispanics who want to welcome more illegal migrants with open arms.
Most Hispanics long term in the United States althouh perhaps poor and not formally educated are civilized. The newcomers and the LaRaza racists are not civilized.
Thank you for being there. More pictures?
Why would any American taxpayer who wants safety and security, and not trying to get some sort of political edge a la Jesse Jackson and Sharpton, be in favor of what is going on?
I’m sure there are some pitiful stories with these people coming over the border but we are completely unable to absorb the world’s deprived. Why don’t we push for the more reasonable path - try to get the central and south American countries to make life better for their own citizens? To me this is a significant part of the scandal. What are the people in charge down there doing with their money - and why are we quiet about it???
I think that is the key to solving this problem.
I've joked in the past about making these failed countries into protectorates, sort of like countries under our supervision.
In any case we should be having a serious conversation with their leaders about their responsibilities and how they are impacting our country. We can then advise them that we will begin taking steps to resolve the situation if they refuse.
I imagine the with all the money are are laughing their butts off while the American taxpayer, with the help of the US people with all the money are draining the ordinary taxpayer dry.
It won't be so funny when we start "taxing" them for our expenses. Most of the wealthy people keep "their" fortunes in foreign banks, which we often control.
We start doing to them what is done to terrorist organizations and freeze the private funds of "el president" and his "junta".
Because in reality, they are just a different kind of terrorists.
Thanks for the pictures...I seem to sit here just wishing I could DO SOMETHING!
You actually can - even if you are financially strapped like I am from the “Obama Recovery”. Google or Yahoo (insert your favorite search engine) - “NumbersUSA”
I am a member of NumbersUSA and I can tell you that every move they make because of the large number of participants, strikes abject fear into the hearts of GOP members of Congress. For the most part, they are why we haven’t seen Amnesty passed yet.
They do accept donations to fund their ongoing activities, BUT they are NOT obnoxious about solicitations and fundraising and flat out tell members that if they can’t afford to contribute, then please feel free to contribute what I call “sweat equity” - phone calls, emails, social media.
NumbersUSA takes the faxes that come in and they go around to the Congressional offices and drop them on the Congressman’s or his lead staffer’s desk. Read ‘em and weep.
Just a phone call an email, a fax or a social media tweet all adds up to a Tsunami of terror for wobbly RINO’s in Congress. The Dems are going to have to learn on their own.
Thanks, I will look into it.
I will be here in the VA-DC area for over a month, maybe I can DO something before my return to Florida.
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