American Dhimmitude: The Road From Amnesty

National Review

Hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens and their supporters have marched over the past couple of weeks demanding amnesty and opposing stricter immigration enforcement.

This isn’t really about immigration, though — it’s about power.

What we’re seeing in the streets is a naked assertion of power by outsiders against the American nation. They demand that we comply with their wishes and submit our immigration policies for their approval, and implicitly threaten violence if their demands are not met. Far from being a discussion among Americans about the best way to regulate immigration, the illegal-alien marches have been marked by the will to power: ubiquitous Mexican flags, burning and other forms of contempt for the American flag, and widespread displays of blatant racial chauvinism and irredentism.

One Response to “American Dhimmitude: The Road From Amnesty”

  1. Sherri Says:

    Perhaps it’s time for American citizens to get out into the streets and protest and demand our rights. And we have a legitimate arguement, because we have rights in this country. Foreigners here illegally don’t.

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