Archive for April, 2006

CLICK HERE for video of the Communist Invasion.

A.N.S.W.E.R. is an organizer of the illegal alien marches across the country. They are a front group for the Marxist-Leninist Workers World Party. They idolize Joseph Stalin but when organizing Latino’s they promote Communist leaders Hugo Chavez, Fidel Castro, and Che Gueverra as hero’s of the common man.



Socialist Party USA
“On May 1st walkouts at schools and workplaces across the US will take place in solidarity with immigrant com- munities under attack by Congressional legislation. These walkouts invoke the powerful tradition of May Day - the socialist celebration of international working class solidarity. ”

“Marxism is not dead –not by a long shot. If it were, its enemies would not be spending so much energy still trying to refute it. It doesn’t make much sense to flog a dead horse, as the saying goes.”


Soviet May Day March

The Soviet army on the march through Moscow on May Day 1959.

La Gran Marcha in Los Angeles - March 25, 2006


Immigrants March 2,000,000 Strong.pdf

More links:
A.N.S.W.E.R. website
Marxist.org
Workers World
Socialist History Project - May Day

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I’m not sure where this article originated, when I do, I’ll credit the source.

The Global Regime is hungry and rabid. It wants a body of slave labor to access anywhere in the world. The Ford Foundation and numerous transnationals have poured millions into preparing to remount dominance over workers in the U.S. It’s developed a front to hide behind and the green light has been given for a full assault.

What’s really unfortunate about the illegal immigration debate is that American citizens who advocate open borders and side with illegal aliens don’t understand the geopolitical push for the elimination of all borders in order to maximize and grow profit margins for transnational corporations. Allowing illegal immigration to go on for decades as it has in the U.S., quietly allows regional integration to take place before anyone can discuss it let alone resist the dissolution of U.S. sovereignty.

There is plenty of documentation on and offline where Globalists are calling to regionalize groups of countries into integrated trade blocs or regions. In a report, A Fair Globalization: Creating Opportunities for All, by the U.N’s International Labor Organization (ILO), it’s stated, “Countries are better able to manage the social and economic challenges of globalization by working together. That calls for better integration of social and economic policies in the process of regional integration, as has been the aim in the European Union (EU), the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and the Southern Cone Common Market (Mercosur), among others.” (p. 14)

If you think it’s just the U.N., then have a look at the recommendations on the U.S. Embassy’s website in Canada called Building a North American Community. Here former government officials and corporate leaders call for a “common security perimeter” for the U.S., Canada and Mexico by 2010 [p. 8] where people (including workers) from all three countries would be able to move freely within the “perimeter” (pp. 10, 26 - 28). Think of the “Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America” that President Bush entered into with Mexico and Canada as steps towards this goal. Other outrageous recommendations include retraining our public school teachers to instill a “North American identity” in our children. See page 30, where it says “Develop teacher exchange and training programs for elementary and secondary school teachers. This would assist in removing language barriers and give some students a greater sense of a North American identity. Greater efforts should also be made to recruit Mexican language teachers to teach Spanish in the United States and Canada.” Yes, corporate America, multinationals, Big Brother, the New World Order, Global Regime or whatever you want to call them/it wants to reshape the national identities of our future generations to regional identities through our own public schools! This gives a whole new meaning to corporate welfare!

These widely endorsed recommendations are actually mild compared to proposals by Trilateral Commission participants that call for a North American police force (”modeled after Europol”), N.A. Parliament (to â??raise the sensitivity of American Congressmenâ?), N.A. passports, N.A. Customs & Immigration agents, N.A. Development Fund, etc.

A North American Community
A Mexican Vision for North America

The ILO must be proud of our Senate for trying to link border enforcement to guest-worker-amnesty legislation because in A Fair Globalization: Creating Opportunities for All, it states, “A fairer framework for the movement of people was essential, and in the European regional dialogue it was argued that â??any policy of restriction should be linked to a policy of trade liberalization and development cooperationâ?.” [p.14]

Building a North American “community” amounts to policies focused on creating an integrated population to compete with populations the size of China and India each of which surpass one billion. Globalists already had their way developing China as the transnationalists’ new manufacturing base without any attempt to negotiate for human rights in China, free Tibet or even secure the future rights of Taiwan to remain sovereign and free from China’s non-democratic government. Mass overpopulation (through regionalization) in the U.S. would allow manufacturers and most other employers to dictate wages at third world levels where we would then see jobs that had been offshored begin to return to North America.

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TJ Bonner is the President of the National Border Patrol Council. I videotaped him at a meeting of the California Coalition of Immigration Reform on 4-26-06.

The very first time I called the NBPC, TJ picked up the phone and told me he would be happy to do an interview with me. That was 5 months ago and I was never able to get a hold of him again, so I sure as hell wasn’t going to miss his speech at CCIR.

The speech is over 40 minutes long and I broke it up into 5 parts.

    TJ Bonner part1
    TJ Bonner part 2

    TJ Bonner part 3

    TJ Bonner part 4
    TJ Bonner part 5

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Full Disclosure Network is a low budget cable news outlet that airs programs around the country. They feature shortend video blogs on their website.

I was already familiar with their website so when Leslie Dutton contacted me to be a guest I was pleased to do it.

WATCH THE VIDEO HERE

In anticipation of the May 1st boycott by undocumented immigrants and their sympathizers, the Full Disclosure Networkâ?¢ is releasing a ten-minute video news blog revealing the behind the scenes tactics and preparations. The video contains exclusive footage and a interview with MAPA President Nativo Lopez, immigrant rights organizer who describes the boycott activities along with Brook Young, a documentary film-maker whose website features very controversial audio messages including one from Professor Angel Gutierrez of the University of Texas attempting to incite students to protest American immigration policies.

Also featured in the video is California Senator Dick Mountjoy (ret) who was legislative author of the California Proposition 187 to ban public benefits to illegal immigrants. The video is available for viewing as a public service, 24.7 courtesy of the Full Disclosure Networkâ?¢.

This Full Disclosureâ?¢ video new s blog features various protester signs and messages and pictures of which feature communist agitator Che Gueverra and socialist slogans in pictures taken by Brook Young. Exclusive Full Disclosureâ?¢ video coverage of the April 2006 Costa Mesa demonstration includes Teamster Union Officials who rally the immigrant crowd to stirring chants, waiving flags, including Teamster Official Patrick Kelly who was a speaker on the platform, urging undocumented aliens to become citizens.

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Reuters

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Possessing marijuana, cocaine and even heroin will no longer be a crime in Mexico if the drugs are carried in small amounts for personal use, under legislation passed by the Mexican Congress.

The measure given final passage by senators late on Thursday allows police to focus on their battle against major drug dealers, the government says, and President Vicente Fox is expected to sign it into law.

“This law provides more judicial tools for authorities to fight crime,” presidential spokesman Ruben Aguilar said on Friday. The measure was approved earlier by the lower house.

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Chron.com

Al Garza says he’s proud of his Latino heritage, his race. La raza, he calls it, shifting easily from English to Spanish.

But he said he’s not about to join the protesters who have taken to the streets of Houston and other cities in recent weeks in demand of amnesty for illegal immigrants.

‘Personally, I’m very disappointed in our own raza at what they’re doing,’ said Garza, a Texas native who wants to end the flow of illegal immigration across the U.S.-Mexico border.

‘Just because I’m Hispanic doesn’t mean I’m going to allow complete strangers trampling over property, vandalizing people’s homes and ranches,’ he said.

Garza, former Texas president of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps and now the group’s second-in-command, is one of the nation’s most prominent Hispanic anti-immigration activists.

Ten percent of the Minutemen’s 8,000 members are Hispanic, he said.

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NY Times

White Plains — A heated battle over the closing of a day-laborer hiring site in Mamaroneck moved into the courtroom on Thursday when a Latino civil rights organization sued the village, saying it violated the rights of the laborers by refusing to let them congregate.

The lawsuit, filed in Federal District Court here on behalf of six unnamed laborers, accuses the mayor and the police chief of Mamaroneck of using various tactics, from police checkpoints to aggressive ticketing, in a ‘deliberate and coordinated’ campaign to drive immigrant workers off the streets. The Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund, which filed the suit, said it hoped to win an injunction against the village and the police.

‘This village has decided that it will no longer allow day laborers to solicit work anywhere in the town, and it is harassing them with the intention of making them leave the community,’ said Cesar Perales, the president of the group. ‘It’s a rare situation in which a village is devoting its police force to actually intimidate a group of people until they leave. This is astounding.’

Mayor Philip J. Trifiletti of Mamaroneck responded to the suit on Thursday with disappointment, calling it misguided. He defended the closing of the day-laborer site, saying the village had sought to create a safer and cleaner environment near Columbus Park, where for years crowds of immigrant men have gathered each morning to wait for independent contractors to hire them for the day.

Before the site was closed in February, 200 men typically gathered there each day and used it as a public toilet and a place to sleep or loiter, Mr. Trifiletti said.

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Our laws are dehumanizing Mexican citizens?

Washington Post

Mexico City (AP) — Mexican lawmakers issued a declaration of support for immigrant protests planned in the United States on Monday and said they will send a delegation to Los Angeles to show their solidarity.

The declaration, issued late Thursday by all the political parties in the lower house of Congress, contrasts with the position of Mexico’s Foreign Department, which has said it will discipline any consular officials who take part in the protests.

The delegation of lawmakers will meet with Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, it said in a news release from Congress.

‘The only thing we are looking for is to end this dehumanizing situation and get the recognition of the migrant labor force,’ Federal Deputy Maria Garcia said. ‘People who go looking for work should not be treated like criminals with the risk of being tried in federal courts.’

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Here it is, an inside glimpse of the Minuteman Project!

Unfortunately, for the ACLU or the “No Human Is Illegal” groups this video isn’t a smoking gun of extremism, vigilantism, or racism. Darn.

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The Minutemen will be driving from Los Angeles California (May 3rd) to Washington D.C. (May 12th) Major rallies will be held in Phoenix, Crawford Texas (May 6th) and then concluding on May 12th in Washington D.C.

Who: Minuteman Caravan
What: Starting Point
When: 8:00 A.M. May 3rd
Where:
Leimert Park
4395 Leimert Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90008

Caravan Schedule

* May 3rd - Los Angeles, CA
* May 3rd - Phoenix, AZ
* May 4th - Albuquerque, NM
* May 5th - Abilene, TX
* May 6th - Crawford, TX
* May 7th - Little Rock, AK
* May 8th - Memphis, TN
* May 8th - Nashville, TN
* May 9th - Montgomery, AL
* May 9th - Atlanta, GA
* May 10th - Greensboro, NC
* May 11th - Richmond, VA
* May 12th - Washington D.C.

Join the caravan by filling out this form.

If you can’t make it but you would like to show your support for them, you can purchase a pre-paid gas card and mail it to the following address.

Minuteman Project Inc.
Attn: Jim Gilchrist
P.O. Box 3944
Laguna Hills, California 92654-3944

You can also donate online. The Minutemen are just a group of volunteers using their own money so any help that you can provide for their journey is appreciated.

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Rense

Bush and McCain slip their spindly legs into the same pair of pants. They swim in the same pond with the same scum, i.e., majority of Congress. Both don’t do their jobs and both won’t talk straight. Both B.S. the American public! Their lies become our reality. What is that reality? How about 20 million illegal aliens hitting all 50 states like a human Katrina? How about tens of thousands of illegal aliens marching through our cities with Mexican flags flying? Bush and McCain cannot B.S. their way of out those realities no matter how much they crave an amnesty.

Here is what’s happening at the citizen level as opposed to government level B.S:
1.40% of all workers in L.A. County (L.A. County has 10 million people) are working for cash and not paying taxes. This was because they are predominantly illegal aliens, working without a green card.
2. 95% of warrants for murder in Los Angeles are for illegal aliens.
3. 75% of people on the most wanted list in Los Angeles are illegal aliens.
4. Over two-thirds of all births in Los Angeles County are to illegal alien Mexicans on Medi-Cal whose births were paid for by taxpayers.
5. Nearly 25% of all inmates in California detention centers are Mexican nationals here illegally.
6. 29% or a whopping 630,000 convicted illegal alien felons fill our state and federal prisons at a cost of $1.6 billion annually; not to mention the tragedies in death, drugs, crime and misery they caused American families.

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WorldNetDaily

The Bush administration is in the process of launching a public-relations campaign on border security to disguise its true intention, which is to pass a de facto amnesty packaged as a “pathway to citizenship.”

The first shoe of the Bush administration campaign fell last week when DHS raided IFCO, a pallet and plastic-container company, arresting 1,187 illegal aliens and seven current and former executives of the company.

On Tuesday, the New York Post confirmed that only 257 of the 1,187 illegal aliens were actually deported. All the rest were released, with a notice to appear for a hearing â?? a joke of a procedure at best.

The second shoe fell on Wednesday, when the Senate voted to take $1.9 billion from the Iraq war and divert the money to the Border Patrol. In the next few weeks, the Bush administration plans to roll out some nifty new Border Patrol vehicles, possibly along with some helicopters and electronic surveillance gear. The whole point is to get more “photo ops” for the military hardware on the border so middle-America watching the evening news can see that the “Secure Border Initiative” is meant to be tough.

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Daily Bulletin

After an initial delay, San Bernardino County jails officials have begun checking the immigration status of inmates for possible deportation.

A computer glitch delayed the start of the jail checks, said Virginia Kice of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, but the situation has been remedied.

‘The computers are up, they’re working, and actually the folks with the Sheriff’s Department have been doing inmate reviews for at least a week,’ Kice said.

The employees who were to perform the jail checks finished their training in January, Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman Cindy Beavers said.

‘There was a delay in them receiving the computers and equipment that was necessary in getting the program started,’ Beavers said.

The San Bernardino County grand jury criticized the program’s late start in a scathing report released last month on crowding at county jails.

Because there are so few available beds, thousands of sentenced criminals have been released early to free up space in the jail system.

The effort to remove deportable aliens from the county jails was expected to help ease that crowding, according to the report, which was released March 2.

‘However, a delay by Immigration and Customs Enforcement in providing the necessary computer networking to interface with the sheriff’s computer system has placed this project on hold,’ the report states.

A year ago, Sheriff Gary Penrod first suggested the program, and the Board of Supervisors approved the plan in August.

The more than 7,000 illegal immigrants booked into county jail each year cost more than $11 million annually to incarcerate. Removing them could save money, Penrod said.

Additionally, having a more accurate count of how many illegal immigrants had been detained and held by the county would make it easier to obtain reimbursements from the federal government for those costs, 2nd District Supervisor Paul Biane said.

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Washington Times

Lawyers for employees of a Georgia-based manufacturer yesterday urged the Supreme Court to allow a lawsuit that accuses the flooring company of suppressing workers’ wages by recruiting illegal aliens.

Even though the case involves the politically explosive matter of illegal labor, it arrived before the justices because of a dispute over the lawsuit’s use of the Racketeering Influenced Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) — a law traditionally used to prosecute organized crime.

Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. asked the lawyer representing the employees, who are backed by the Bush administration, why their accusations against Mohawk Industries, which appear to fit under general criminal conspiracy law, had been brought under RICO.

‘I’m trying to give you an opportunity to tell why this case constitutes RICO, and you’re telling me ‘interstate commerce’ and that it happened with more than one person,’ the chief justice said. ‘Those are things that can be handled by criminal conspiracy law.’

Justice Stephen G. Breyer said allowing the case to go forward could effectively ‘RICO-ize vast amounts of commercial activities’ that have ‘nothing to do with organized crime.’

Winning parties in RICO cases can be awarded triple damages — notably higher awards than winners in non-racketeering criminal cases. Congress expanded RICO in 1996 to include violations of immigration law.

The group of current and former Mohawk employees say the company violated RICO by systematically contracting outside recruiting firms to hire illegals. The lawsuit says Mohawk provided identification cards to illegal aliens, which helped them avoid detection by immigration authorities.

Mohawk denies knowing that it had illegal aliens on its payroll.

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Many of you have read Contessa’s postings on this website. She’ll be on the Al Rantel show (AM 790 KABC) tonight at 6:20 pm.

Click here to listen to the live streaming program on the internet.

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I attended the SaveOurState.org protest against Home Depot in Burbank, CA on April 22nd.

The usual suspects turned up to counter protest us. A.N.S.W.E.R., the communist front group for the Workers World Party and the racist hate group Mexica-Movement.

Hispanic and black ralliers who join us in the fight against illegal immigration are viciously targeted by the opposition. Their viewed as race traitors and Uncle Tom’s. The following video was shot by “Last Great Hope” from Save Our State. The woman in the video immigrated to the U.S. legally from Bolivia 35 years ago. She’s a nurse with two children. She’s changed jobs 3 times in three years because of hospital closures due to illegal aliens not paying their bills.

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The overwhelming majority of the counter-protesters I encounter are hateful, ignorant, lying scumbags. They’re behavior is absolutely disgusting. However, I sometimes meet nice people that I enjoy talking to even when we disagree. I spoke with an anarchist I know named John (off camera) and I videotaped a few folks from A.N.S.W.E.R.

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For me, the highlight of the protest was hearing Ted Hayes sing America the Beautiful. The video starts out with my own footage of the brave immigrant woman you saw in the previous clip.

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Here are some 1st person accounts of the protest by SOS members.

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