Archive for March, 2008

Ha ha, April Fools! The sarcastic asshole, Gustavo Arellano says he’s leaving the OC Weekly tabloid. Well, the joke is on the brown supremacist because no one will be asking him to stay. His column is just filler between the liposuction and Escort advertisements.

Seriously though, I know this is a prank because pissing people off is Gustavo’s true calling in life. That, and the suggestion that he’s got a “little ranchito in Zacatecas” waiting for him pretty much gives it away. This pretend “Mexican” would never live in Mexico, ever. Mexico sucks and he knows it.

OC Weekly

“And with this, the Mexican formally bids adios, effective the feast day of St. Melito (April Fools Day). It?s been a great run, cabrones, but all the hateful e-mail, the attacks by PC pendejos and the fact that few of you have bothered to submit video questions to my YouTube channel wear on a guy, you know? Besides, like Mr. Dooley, Olle I Skratthult and The Katzenjammer Kids before me, this column?s time has come: It?s no longer necessary to explain Mexicans to Americans because Mexicans are Americans. Gracias for all the fights, the propositions of sexytime explosion, and the slugged-back tequila shots after book signings, but there?s a little ranchito in Zacatecas waiting for me and a barefoot muchacha ready to cook me dinner. Vaya con Dios, America, and always remember: Order the enchilada-and-taco combo TO GO.”

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This report comes from Jeff Schwilk of the San Diego Minutemen. He says he has a reliable source but you know April Fools is just around the corner. Maybe someone is pulling his leg.


Vile brown supremacist, Enrique Morones

Click here for a YouTube playlist of Enriques most vile moments.

Jeff Schwilk says:

Got a reliable, unconfirmed report Saturday that Enrique Morones has just been FIRED by the Mexican Government due to the constant controversy he has been involved in the last few months. Apparently his recent activities have made him radioactive to the media and the public which he was hired to persuade to support amnesty / legalization for over 10 million illegal mexican citizens living in the U.S. Morones is a San Diego native who obtained Mexican (dual) citizenship in 1998.

Enrique has been a member of the mexican government’s Migration Committee for several years now. He even admitted to it on a Lou Dobbs interview in 2005. We have long known it goes much deeper than a political appointment. Enrique is one of the top agents and operatives, if not the top agent, for the mexican president in the U.S. He has had personal meetings with Presidents Fox and now Calderon in Mexico City at least once per year to discuss ways to push the amnesty and open borders agenda on the U.S. Government and the people. He assured President Fox in a private meeting in the Spring of 2006 that he would get him his amnesty by the end of that year. Of course that didn’t happen thanks to the uprising of Patriots.

It appears his latest debacle terrorizing Caltrans with despicable claims and lies to take away SDMM’s adopted freeway may have been the last straw for Mexico City. His careless, baseless attacks on law-abiding Americans has created a huge backlash nationwide against him, his movement, and his buddies in the Latino Caucus in CA. The likely outcome of our pending lawsuit is that we will get our freeway back, expose their terrorist tactics, and be awarded monetary damages which will make us far more powerful in our fight against the reconquistas in CA. It will be a landmark case for the rights of Patriots everywhere and a severe blow to the Mexican activists!

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Dallas News.com

A task force led by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement raided more than two dozen mostly Latino night clubs, restaurants, pool halls and other businesses Saturday night, arresting 49 undocumented immigrants employed as security guards, officials said.

All of those arrested work for two local security companies, which authorities declined to identify Sunday.

“We don’t want to compromise the investigation so we’re not releasing the two security company names yet,” said Jamille Bradfield, spokeswoman for the Dallas County district attorney’s office, which is participating in the investigation.

It’s unclear if more arrests are expected, officials said.

At 11 p.m. Saturday, teams made up of local, state and federal officers simultaneously hit 26 businesses in the Love Field area, northwest Dallas, Old East Dallas and Lakewood. No injuries were reported.

Authorities recovered four pistols. Federal law prohibits illegal immigrants from possessing firearms.

Those arrested also face charges of being in the country illegally.

Five of the suspects face charges of document tampering in order to get licensed as a security officer and to carry a firearm, Ms. Bradfield said. That is a third-degree felony, and the punishment range is two to 10 years.

“Hopefully, this operation will help us send a message that we will not tolerate the falsification of documents for undocumented aliens under the guise of providing security,” said Dallas County District Attorney Craig Watkins in a statement Sunday.

Among those businesses raided were Ojeda’s Restaurant on Maple Avenue and the Dallas Gentlemen’s Club on West Northwest Highway.

None of the managers at any of the businesses reached had any comment.

Four of those arrested were from El Salvador, and the others were Mexican, authorities said.

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Google and YouTube are hosting the short film “Fitna” after it was banned by LiveLeak. It was made by Dutch politician Geert Wilders.

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Global Research

The implementation of the North American Free Trade Agreement by the Bill Clinton and George W. Bush administrations has led to the elimination of millions of U.S. manufacturing jobs as well as the destruction of U.S. family farming in favor of global agribusiness.

Similar free trade agreements, including those under the auspices of the World Trade Organization, have led to export of millions of additional manufacturing jobs to China and elsewhere.

Average family income in the U.S. has steadily eroded while the share of the nation?s wealth held by the richest income brackets has soared. Some Wall Street hedge fund managers are making $1 billion a year while the number of homeless, including war veterans, pushes a million.

The housing bubble has led to a huge inflation of real estate prices in the U.S. Millions of homes are falling into the hands of the bankers through foreclosure. The cost of land and rentals has further decimated family agriculture as well as small business. Rising property taxes based on inflated land assessments have forced millions of lower-and middle-income people and elderly out of their homes.

The fact that bankers now control national monetary systems in their entirety, under laws where money is introduced only through lending at interest, has resulted in a massive debt pyramid that is teetering on collapse. This “monetarist” system was pioneered by Rockefeller-family funded economists at the University of Chicago. The rub is that when the pyramid comes down and everyone goes bankrupt the banks which have been creating money “out of thin air” will then be able to seize valuable assets for pennies on the dollar, as J.P. Morgan Chase is preparing to do with the businesses owned by Carlyle Capital.

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I don’t know much about the open carry laws in Arizona, but I guess it only applies to handguns, not long arms.

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Hispanic News

WASHINGTON D.C. (By Eric Haas, Rockridge Institute) March 30, 2008 ? On the issue of immigration, politicians and much of the mainstream media are playing with our minds. By repeating the phrase “illegal immigrants,” they’re creating a misleading stereotype. It’s inaccurate. And, it’s distracting us from the real issue ? economic exploitation of all low-wage workers in the United States.

The Republicans did it in their YouTube debate on CNN. In the first 30 minutes, the Republicans repeatedly used the term “illegal immigrant” and spent the time sparring over which of them could treat them more harshly. Were the painters who worked on Romney’s house and the low-wage workers in Giuliani’s New York City really such a grave threat to America?

CNN’s John King used the term, too. And so did CNN’s Wolf Blitzer and Campbell Brown in the most recent Democratic debate in Las Vegas. And, some of the Democratic candidates also used it, though Kucinich specifically refused (”There are no illegal human beings”). But he’s in the minority. The term is everywhere in the press. You can find it in the Washington Post and in the New York Times, as well as the doubly derogatory term “illegal alien” in the Washington Times. They’ve all got “illegal” on the brain.

The repeated use of the term “illegal immigrants” is leading to all sorts of policies created to stop them. Many of them were repeated in the debates. More border fences. Prohibiting driver’s licenses. Some want to stop their kids from attending neighborhood elementary schools.

But the phrase “illegal immigrant” is misleading. There’s a grain of truth, but the emphasis is only selectively applied ? it’s misapplied ? we don’t call speeders “illegal drivers” or people who jaywalk “illegals.” And that selective application to immigrants is harmful. As Lawrence Downes wrote in a New York Times op-ed:

There is no way out of that trap. It’s the crime you can’t make amends for. Nothing short of deportation will free you from it, such is the mood of the country today. And that is a problem.

There sure is a problem. So much so that the National Association of Hispanic Journalists won’t use it. They recommend using “undocumented” instead. That’s a start.

Branding people with the Scarlet “I” creates a fearful stigma. The vast majority of immigrants, whatever their legal status, are law-abiding members of society. Yet, the “illegal” description is so pervasive that it has us thinking about punishment and revenge, instead of solutions to the real problem ? the economic exploitation of people, both immigrant and native-born.

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Kolnkgin

Lincoln, Nebraska - A teenager is kidnapped, tied up and sexually assaulted early Saturday morning.

Lincoln Police say the incident happened around 5:00AM

Police say an 18-year-old was walking in between 3rd and 4th and B and D streets when she was approached by a hispanic man with a meat cleaver.

The man threatened her, then bound her and forced her into a vehicle.

Police say he then drove her to Northwest Lancaster County where she escaped from the vehicle, but was caught in a field.

That’s where police say the man sexually assaulted and left her.

The suspect is described as a hispanic male, 18 to 22 years old.

He’s 5′9″ to 5′10″ tall and weighs 160 pounds.

He has a shaved head and speaks with a heavy Spanish accent.

He was last seen wearing a white shirt and blue jeans, driving a late 90’s black four-door SUV.

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Douglas Dispatch

An illegal immigrant attempting to jump the international boundary in Douglas injured his back as he landed on the ground.

Douglas paramedics responded at about 8:15 p.m. Thursday and treated the migrant and determined that he needed to be transported to Tucson Medical Center.

The empty lot behind Mustang Gas Station on 10th Street was cordoned off and used as a helio pad for the helicopter that transported the migrant to Tucson.

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News.com

STATE-backed sovereign wealth funds are likely to diversify their investments and move away from US dollar-denominated assets, a World Bank official says.

Central banks are likely to follow suit, shifting away from the US dollar over the next “three to five years,” World Bank principal investment officer Arjan Berkelaar told a business conference in Sydney yesterday.

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The National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers (NAFBPO) extracts and condenses the material that follows from Mexican and Central and South American on-line media sources on a daily basis.

El Imparcial (Hermosillo, Sonora) 3/30/08

According to Juan Healy Loera, V.P. of Mexico’s Freedom of the Press Commission, violence and intimidation against journalists in Mexico have resulted in impunity and a dangerous self-censorship. Three journalists have died in the last six months because of their professional activities, two have disappeared and seven others have been victims of aggression. The constant is impunity.
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RICHMOND (AP) ? The American Civil Liberties Union is disputing the Virginia attorney general’s interpretation of the state law governing in-state tuition for children of illegal immigrants.

The ACLU of Virginia says it will offer legal representation to students it thinks have been improperly denied in-state tuition rates based on the legal status of their parents.

“The United States Supreme Court has repeatedly recognized that individuals may not be discriminated against on the basis of who their parents are,” Rebecca Glenberg, state ACLU legal director, said in a letter Tuesday.

She said disparate treatment of children of illegal immigrants and their peers would violate the Equal Protection Clause of the Constitution.

The dispute stems from the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia’s request for advice on whether students born and reared in Virginia were entitled to in-state tuition, though their parents are illegal immigrants.

Ronald C. Forehand, senior assistant attorney general, wrote March 6 that children ordinarily are classified as in-state only if their parents are legal Virginia residents. However, he said such students can still get in-state tuition by proving they have established legal residence in Virginia despite their parents’ status.

He said the presumption that students share their parents’ domicile is difficult, but not impossible, to overcome.

“The facts you present ? a United States citizen who was born in and who has always lived in Virginia ? is, however, one in which the student, by offering clear and convincing evidence, might well be able to overcome the presumption,” Mr. Forehand said.

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Washington Times

It is a shame that an illegal immigrant charged with stabbing a man in the sternum in Montgomery County last August, one month after he was charged with assaulting a teen there, was released on $2,500 bail until his trial.

Not surprisingly, Milton Calderon-Melendez, a member of the MS-13 street gang, did not appear at his trial because illegal immigrants do not have to follow the law. At least that is the message many of our lawmakers send to illegals.

So you are an illegal immigrant? No problem. We will build you a day-laborer center with taxpayer funds and encourage our citizenry to learn Spanish, so we can plead with an MS-13 gang member not to stab us in the sternum.

This is not to suggest that all illegal immigrants come to the United States to stab people in the sternum. Some come to the United States to rape and pillage. Others come to peddle drugs. And still others take whatever low-end jobs they can land and exist in a black-market economy.

It is an outrageous system that keeps wages artificially low in the service and working-class industries and hurts many Americans because of their unwillingness to be a restaurant dishwasher at $8 an hour.

Calderon-Melendez is awaiting his fate in a jail cell in Prince William County after the gang unit there arrested him Friday.

As is the policy of Prince William County authorities, they notified Immigration and Customs Enforcement that Calderon-Melendez is in the United States illegally. If Calderon-Melendez had been first arrested in Prince William County, he never would have been released on bail, and one person might have been spared the unpleasantness of a knife to the sternum.

Alas, it is not the policy of Montgomery County to verify the legal status of those arrested, because that is just not nice.

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Gazette.net

ANNAPOLIS ? With only days left in the 2008 legislature, the General Assembly has made little progress addressing immigration, and some lawmakers would like to keep it that way.

??If we just stay where we are, that?s great,? Del. Saqib Ali said. ??There?s been a lot of heated debate around the issue. … Part of my job is to make sure we don?t go down the path of targeting one of Maryland?s greatest strengths, its diversity.?
Across the border in Virginia, Prince William County has increased immigration enforcement by local police and made access to public services for illegal immigrants nearly impossible.

Ali (D-Dist. 39) of Gaithersburg said similar laws would be fought down in Annapolis.

??The state doesn?t have the money to do the federal government?s job,? he said.

On the other side of the debate, bills targeting what legislators say is an influx of illegal immigrants have persisted into the late days of the session. None has advanced.

??There?s been a lot of frustration, but there?s frustration here on a daily basis,? said Del. Richard A. Sossi (R-Dist. 36) of Stevensville. ??Sometimes, you have to throw your hands up and say ?We?re doing what we can.? … A lot of it has been in one ear, out the other.?

One bill ? introduced by Del. Warren E. Miller (R-Dist. 9A) of Woodbine ? would have endangered state funding for local governments that have sanctuary policies. Currently, only Baltimore city and Takoma Park have official sanctuary city policies. The House Judiciary Committee killed the bill earlier this month.

Other bills would require anyone registering to vote to show proof of legal status, and several measures would require proof of legal presence in the United States to get a driver?s license, a requirement under the federal Real ID Act.

Six states, including Maryland, currently issue driver?s licenses regardless of immigration status, according to the state?s Department of Legislative Services.

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WHAT: Nationwide celebration ?The International Day of the Domestic Worker?
WHEN: Sunday, March 30, 2008, 2:30p
WHERE: CASA de Maryland (734 University Blvd. E. Silver Spring, MD 20903)
WHO: The Coalition to Support Domestic Workers, an alliance representing

From California to New York to Washington DC, Domestic Workers prepare to celebrate their lives and present possible Montgomery County gains.

31 faith-based, labor, refugee, community, and civil rights groups including the Archdiocese of Washington, the Jewish Community Relations Council, Muslim Community Center, Metro DC Labor Council of the AFL-CIO, Asian Pacific American Legal Resource Center, and CASA de Maryland.

Silver Spring, MD- For the first time in American History, domestic workers in the US will celebrate nationwide the International Day of the Domestic Worker. Is also the first time that they have a real chance to create the first county-sponsored legislation that will grant them basic rights as workers. Over the last three years, domestic worker leaders, trafficking survivors, together with advocacy groups, faith based organizations and CASA de Maryland have been working with Montgomery County Council to craft groundbreaking legislation that would, if enacted, recognize the most basic labor rights of this vulnerable workforce.

?Historically, the terms of domestic employment have changed little since slavery,? said Alexis De Simone, a Domestic Worker Organizer at CASA. ?Domestic workers? exclusion from virtually every significant labor protection, from the Fair Labor Standards Act to the Civil Rights Act, compounds the invisibility of their work leaving them especially open to exploitation and abuse.? Despite these obstacles, domestic workers throughout the metropolitan area are organizing for victory. Through their weekly meetings and their peer network they are close to passing in Montgomery County the first bill in the nation that will require a written contract between the employer and employee.

?Domestic work is dignified and honorable work, but it is not valued or recognized as such by our employers. We ask that you value us and our work as you would any other worker or industry? said Martha Alvarado, a Germantown-area domestic worker and leader in the Coalition?s efforts.

Several Montgomery County Council members are supportive of the initiative and are working with the Coalition. The bill will guarantee for domestic workers the right to a written contract, specifying the terms of employment, benefits and responsibilities between the worker and employer. For live-in workers, it will also provide the right to dignified living quarters with a locking door. The easily downloadable model contract to be provided by the County will highlight existing rights like paid overtime, and help workers negotiate common workplace benefits like sick leave and vacation.

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