Skip to comments.Juan Hernandez alert: Speaking tonight at Baylor U. (McCain's Point Man for Shamnesty)
Posted on 04/10/2008 2:05:14 PM PDT by KentTrappedInLiberalSeattle
For those of you in the Baylor University area, tonight is your chance to ask Juan Hernandez about his radical, open-borders agenda and his role in the McCain campaign. The event is free and open to the public. Bring your video camera:
Dr. Juan Hernandez, author of The New American Pioneers, will speak at 6 p.m. Thursday in Kayser Auditorium on Mexican immigration. His lecture will be based on his notes, Why are We Afraid of Mexican Immigrants?
Hernandez, a member of former Mexican President Vicente Foxs cabinet, will be the final speaker for The Academy for Leader Development and Civic Engagements spring lecture series on leadership in public life. Hernandez has previously served as a speaker in Chapel.
Participants will gain another perspective on the issues of immigration; hopefully expand the dialog on immigration reform asking the question, Where should we as a nation be in creating reform on this issue? said Ramona Curtis, director for Leader Development and Civic Engagement. When I met Dr. Hernandez last year, I found him to be very passionate about communities working together for the greater good. No matter where you stand on the issues of immigration, this lecture will prove to be engaging.
Hernandez has a lengthy history of involvement in the Hispanic community. From serving as the first United States-born member of the Mexican cabinet to founding the Organization for Hispanic Advancement in October 2003, Hernandez is a proponent of immigration reform.
Hes playing a key role nationally by facilitating an important discussion about immigration, and hes certainly an expert on the topic, said Dr. Frank Shushok, dean for student learning and engagement. He has strong opinions about immigration reform that will spur on needed dialogue among students.
Ask him about this comment: We must not only have a free flow of goods and services, but also start working for a free flow of people.
Ask him about his lobbying for illegal alien drivers licenses and Mexico first. Ask him about his defense of Mexican bus operators carrying illegal aliens to the USA, and promoted extending banking privileges to illegal aliens.
Ask him about this comment: I want em all to think Mexico first.
Ask about his work for the Soros-funded Reform Institute.
Previous Juan hernandez blogging.
Hijinx, please Ping! the invasion list.
Michelle is a real American. Juan Hernandez is a man that wishes to see the US border disappear.
These people disgust me, McCain and Juan disgust me. They all make me so sick, I want to puke.
McCain is a sell out to the reconquista mexicans, must be Juan McCain stands to benefit.
He is a shame to US citizens.
Don’t let Juan McCain fool you, he is dangerous to the sovereignty of the United States.
Hernandez is the illegal immigrant’s equivalent of CAIR—and we don’t need either of them. Hernandez in particular , because he’s gotten infinitely more face time on TV, comes across as a very slick spin doctor, Geraldo’s wet dream, selling the idea of a virtually endless flow of immigrants, “illegal or otherwise” from Mexico. This of course, does nothing more than relieve Mexico of dealing with millions of its own people, and putting extra burdens on us. Even NOT looking at what this HAS done and continues to do to the US, the long term prognosis for Mexico is that it will become MORE corrupt AND less democratic, and that is just what Mexico’s political elites want. The short AND long term prognosis for US, is ALSO that we become more corrupt and less democratic, and that is what the American political elites want.
John McCain chose a dual-loyalty traitor to be his "Hispanic Outreach Director." McCain said he chose Hernandez because he AGREES with his positions.
Juan Hernandez was born in Dallas and decided as an adult to become a dual-national Mexican citizen. His last verifiable job was serving in Mexican President Vicente Fox's cabinet as Fox's "American Reconquista Director." Hernandez then worked for Bush hater George Soros' international foundations---(one such foundation published Hernendez's book that taunts Americans).
Hernandez believes all illegal Mexicans and Mexican-Americans in the USA should become dual citizens and consider themselves Mexicans first, "to the 8th generation." The "New American Pioneers" proclaimed in his book are the illegal alien invaders he urges to become settlers in the USA for "Reconquista"---the plan to take back the SW.
What you say about J Mc C is sadly true.
He may prove to be such a washout as a candidate in the
coming months that we wind up with Hillary or Obama.
If McCain is going to continue to use the POW footage from the late 60s as the cornerstone of his campaign, and not distinguish himself cleanly from the Dem candidate , he may well lose. And WIN OR LOSE, the fact that HE became the candidate and may just barely squeak through, should spell the end of the Republican Party as we’ve known it for decades.
The GOP stopped being the conservative pro-Constitution party when it ignored Russel Kirk’s warnings about 30 years ago and embraced a bunch of Trotskyites.
What you say is totally true. I hope others listen to what you have said.
Geez, we are screwed.
NOW IS THE TIME It's time to declare these lawless invaders and their supporters on American soil (1) persona non grata, and, (2) enemies of state. Their words and actions clearly are intended to undermine the US government and to endanger the safety and security of US citizens.
SUGGESTED LEGISLATION Crimes against the United States of America's sovereignty will be prosecuted.
Any person who pledges loyalty to a foreign country and by their words and actions are found to be colluding with foreign entities to undermine the US government are declared "persona non grata"........ and are hereby expelled.
Congress will declare invaders squatting on US lands, sending money out of the US to prop up foreign governments to be enemies of state.
There will be no going back once the next fifty million+ swarm in, producing a voting Democratic majority that will last for multiple generations. CHOOSE WISELY.
Get rid of Juan ping
THIS LEGISLATON JUST PASSED IN ARIZONA--JUAN'S HOME STATE:
Fed up with the devastating effect of illegal immigration, Arizona has enacted the nations toughest laws to curb the problem and evidently its working. State legislators have passed laws barring illegal immigrants from receiving government services, posting bail for serious crimes and winning punitive damages in lawsuits. This year a new law makes it illegal for businesses to hire undocumented workers and those that do can be shut down.
The state legislator who sponsored the work bill, Representative Russell Pearce, says the laws undeniably positive effects include smaller class sizes, shorter emergency room waits and an overall huge savings to taxpayers. The Republican congressman drafted the bill because studies revealed that illegal immigration cost Arizona taxpayers over $2 billion annually, not including the toll of crime and destruction.
It turns out that enough illegal immigrants have either fled the U.S. or been deported that officials in the Mexican state of Sonora, which shares an extensive border with Arizona, have complained that too many of their fellow countrymen have returned. They miss the remittances sent from the U.S. as well as smaller class sizes in local schools.
Mexican government officials knew Arizonas tough employment verification law would become their worst nightmare, which explains why they tried blocking it. Earlier this year a delegation of nine legislators from Sonora toured Tucson and held a news conference to say that their beloved state cannot handle the demand for housing, jobs and schools resulting from illegal Mexican workers returning home.
One baffled Mexican legislator, Leticia Amparano Gamez, asked in Spanish how can they pass a law like this? She went on to explain that Mexico is not prepared for the tremendous problems it will face as more and more Mexicans working in Arizona and sending money to their families return to hometowns in Sonora without jobs. Another member of the Mexican delegation, Representative Florencio Diaz Armenta, asked what do we do with the repatriated?
MEMO TO MEXICO: We could care less what you do with repatriates. They're your problem. Too bad you're not "prepared" to handle it---maybe if you people weren't so corrupt you'd be able to care for your poor instead of tossing them over the border to sponge off Americans.
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When radicals are allowed to be portrayed as moderates, and the GoP seems to think it is not of major consequence having them doing so, then they should expect, and not be surprised, to be treated like the political opportunists and agenda-uber-alles crowd they are become and be kicked to the curb.
This entire political primary and electoral process has become so corrupted, it is a shame that it has been allowed to come to this.
"Dont let Juan McCain fool you, he is dangerous to the sovereignty of the United States."
Now, what was it she was saying about Juan Ocana?
Geraldo Rivera masquerades as a Latino in an attempt to hide his Jewish heritage of which he is ashamed.
She can put ‘em in a taco, smother ‘em w/ hot sauce, and roll ‘em up..........for all I care.
If you are saying that her parents were illegal, I think you are wrong about that.
MALKIN: My dad came on a -- he was -- like I said, he was a doctor, so he was training here and had an employer sponsor and then -- you know, and then, you know, went on their way, like most people do who have green cards, and then eventual American citizenship.
That's the way it used to work ~ now the baby gets born and can elect to return and sponsor the baby mommy when he or she is an adult.
You'll find Malkin talks around the problem as though she does not know the status of the immigration laws at the time.
She's also virulently anti Japanese American.
>>Yup, she was born and THEN the family got green cards.<<
What kind of visa did her parents have when she was born? Do you really know?
Parents who have an immigrant visa are already on the path to a green card, so in such a case having children before or after the green card is irrelevant.
>>She’s also virulently anti Japanese American.<<
So did anyone attend the speech? We need an update.
She's anit-Japanese American Fur Shur. Cannot be trusted on the topic.
BTW, when you get a visa to "emigrate" you get that Green Card before you show up. (that's what they did several decades back). In more recent times the appoval can come later as folks go through what is known as a "formal change in status".
Michelle's birth was the proximate reason for the justification in change of status for her parents.
>>Her own book on the subject of putting Americans of Japanese descent in camps.<<
I see what you mean. I strongly disagree with Malkin on this point. There were some Japanese spies on the west coast in WW2, but then I’m sure we have Russian spies here now, and it would be absolutely wrong to put all descendants of Russians in camps.
Still, anybody that Geraldo hates is probably not all bad. And I don’t know of any evidence that Malkin is anti-Japanese in general.
>>BTW, when you get a visa to “emigrate” you get that Green Card before you show up. (that’s what they did several decades back). In more recent times the appoval can come later as folks go through what is known as a “formal change in status”.
Michelle’s birth was the proximate reason for the justification in change of status for her parents.<<
I am pretty sure that around 1980 green cards were not issued outside the USA. “Several decades back,” as you phrased it, is obviously not precise enough to prove your premise.
What I find hard to believe is that a doctor from the Philippines would have to resort to having an “anchor baby” to get resident status.
Sorge found out about him (for Joe Stalin from Stalin's spies) and next thing you know the guy fled the project.
Michelle Malkin was much more interested in the government's efforts to keep the Japanese descent women and children locked up in horse stalls and so forth. She liked that I gather ~ gave her a buzz when she learned about it!!
Frankly, someone should have interrogated Michelle's parents for 15 or 20 minutes to see how interested they were in assimilation.
BTW, guy wasn’t a “doctor from the Philippines” ~ read carefully ~ he was a student at the time.
Michelle's parents were presumably lawful entrants with a family "student visa". The law at that time, and now, requires that when a baby is born he or she must be added to the family visa.
US citizens are not, of course, required to have a visa to enter or stay in the country.
There's a discontinuity in the law and the fair way to deal with it is to simply return all persons required to be entered on a family visa to their native country to make an application for immigration ~ like everybody else.
Wouldn't bother me a bit to help Michelle board the plane home eh!
In the 1960’s-70’s, the United States recruited a large number of physicians and other health care professionals from the Philippines, with the intent that many of them would stay in the US. You say that her parents came here on a student visa. I don’t know if that is true or not, but US immigration policy has different kinds of work visas. Some of the workers are supposed to be temporary, and some will clearly become permanent residents.
Since we don’t have any proof one way or the other what kind of visa they had, it seems pointless to speculate. I think it’s preposterous to say that a medical student at that time would not have obtained legal status without having a baby here.
BTW, there's still an effort to recruit foreign born medical personnel to this country but it's being interfered with by the folks who'd rather have more Mexicans to mow their lawns.
The visas needed for the doctors and nurses disappeared last year in the remains of that Comprehensive Immigration bill.
Anyway, thanks for the info about Malkin’s position on WWII Japenese-American mass internment. I can understand how FD Roosevelt thought he had to do that at the time, but it’s hard for me to believe that today some people still think that was the right thing to do.
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