Friday, April 14, 2006

Stop Illegal Immigration by Akindele Akinyemi


La Shawn Barber from D.C. said the following on illegal immigration:

"The ancestors of illegal aliens were never enslaved in this country, yet they’re fighting for rights that are not theirs. Black Americans are full and legal citizens of the U.S. with all the privileges and rights this entails, and our ancestors fought and died for those privileges and rights. They are ours by birthright. Yet, illegal aliens and their liberal handlers have the nerve to compare their “revolution” with ours. I have to force myself to stay calm even as I type this."

But yet we are suppose to let this person into our country:



Why does he think he is gangbanging? Would you sit next to him?



Like hell. Did you fill out your papers before coming to America?



This took place at Holy Redeemer Church in Southwest Detroit.



This poster was found in Dallas, TX.

Kim Priestap writes:

"The fact that the Dems are recruiting at these protests isn’t a surprise. It fits into their big picture of race and politics (which is why the flyer’s visual puts Texas and Mexico together). The Democrats classify people based upon race and then work to corner the racial voting collectives. At this point, the white vote is already split down the middle, half voting Democrat, half Republican. The Dems have cornered the black voting collective with over 90% voting Democratic. If Democrats manage to corner the Hispanic vote like they have cornered the black vote, Republicans won’t win the White House for a very long time. This is the Democrats’ dream, so they are trying very hard to collectivize the Hispanic community by turning the immigration issue into another civil rights issue."

So the Congressional Black Caucus are more concerned with illegal immigration than stopping slavery in Sudan. And they have the nerve to say black conservatives are backward thinkers.

Independent Conservative exposes this:

What so-called Black Leaders and Black Liberal representatives are saying:


So what are the so-called Black Leaders and Black Liberal elected officials saying? Well everyone recalls when Congressional Black Caucus member Maxine Waters had a fit about illegals causing crime in her district. Yea Conservatives really thought they might have a new ally then. But surprise, Maxine Waters is all about granting amnesty to illegals. Check out what she had to say recently on NPR in an interview with Ed Gordon. (She almost sounds just like President George W. Bush on this issue.) Like other Liberals (and our President), she’s working to help the illegals. And her voting district has more Latino voters than in times past. So she’s playing to a new voting base. Have a look at how Senator Barack Obama and the NAACP are also helping illegals. Yes some people assume that Black representatives make an attempt to work in the best interest of Blacks. But that is not true. A Black elected official is just like any other politician. This is another reason why I feel things like the “max Black” voting provision in the Voting Rights Act should be allowed to expire. Because all Blacks are not alike, should not be treated as such and representatives with a race-locked voting district don’t work in the best interest of their voters. They only play on enough emotion to remain in office.

Of coure they do not realize that illegal immigration is killing blacks in the employment field.

Here is proof of what I am saying:

News Report, M.L. Ingram,NNPA from the Philadelphia Tribune , Apr 10, 2006PHILADELPHIA (NNPA) –

For Blacks and Latinos, destinies in securing a place in America have been, in many ways, intertwined. But that view may unravel, as current trends show a wave of illegal immigration has helped push Blacks down the hole, instead of out of it.

In spite of published reports indicating increases in jobs and decreases in unemployment levels, Blacks are still struggling. With the nationwide unemployment rate dropping from February’s rating of 4.8 percent, the number for Black unemployment, skilled or unskilled, remained at a cumulative 9.3 percent.

Bernard Anderson, professor of economics at the University of Pennsylvania, said numbers such as these should sound some kind of alarm.

“In the midst of a very conservative trend, jobs are up, but opportunities for Blacks are diminishing,” said Anderson. “Employment of illegal immigrants has made a significant dent in the nation’s population. Because of this, African-American leadership, for the most part, is silent and conflicted on this matter.”

Nuff said.

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