I made it through May Day 2007! I have to admit, I was preparing for a day of being agitated if not totally enraged. What a difference a year
makes. It’s my one year anniversary as an “official” immigration law
enforcement advocate. I can safely say things have changed for the
better in the course of the last year.
May Day 2006 pushed me to the point of dedicating myself to re-establishing the rule of law and taking control of the immigration dilemma. I knew we were at the breaking point when literally hundreds
of thousands of illegal alien advocates flooded streets in cites across
of their home country while desecrating ours. They made demands while
breaking our laws with impunity. It was symbolic of the invasion that
is taking place.
problem. I decided to research the subject and did so vigorously. The
more I learned the more I realized we were faced with an issue that
would define the very future of our country. At the time it seemed like
no one cared about illegal immigration. Maybe no one did.
and how “owned” they are by business and special interest lobbies.
Neither party is looking out for their constituencies. It is all a
power and money grab.
they were biased but I couldn’t believe the extent that they were.I couldn’t believe the immigration legislation that our political
leaders were and are proposing. How blatantly anti middle class it and
the political environment is. It was incredible to see our political
leaders coddling and advocating for non Americans at the expense of
American citizens. Their acts obviously and shamelessly treasonous.
depth of the illegal immigration problem. I was confused and unsure of
what to do about it. I felt powerless and alone while my country was
being invaded by 30 million foreigners.
the past year. We are organized and for the most part, speak with one
voice that is increasingly difficult for our political leaders to
ignore. Our numbers are growing daily. I receive several requests per
week to be added to our “stay informed” list. Not bad considering we
are small and local organization.
- First and foremost we have let politicians at every level know that
the majority of Americans are against illegal immigration and that we
will no longer tolerate it.
- We have let Washington know that we will not accept amnesty no matter what they call it.
- We have insisted upon and are starting to get the level of immigration law enforcement that we deserve and need so desperately.
- We are organized and we are growing in numbers everyday as our
message reaches the public. For too long the public has been kept in
the dark by the mainstream media and our politician’s obfuscation on
the issue. With the help of the internet, we are over coming this
- We have neutralized the race card by showing it’s inappropriate use
as related to the issue. Sure its still used, but today it is a symbol
of having no rational argument in support of the pro illegal position.
- We have several Presidential candidates running on the issue.
- There is anti illegal immigration legislation or pending
legislation in over 70 municipalities across the nation. More
municipalities are likely follow suit when activist judges step aside
and rule within the Constitution.
- More anti illegal immigration legislation is coming and being approved, such as the legislation going to the governor of Oklahoma’s desk.
- It is being proven that immigration law enforcement works. Illegal
aliens are intimidated, as any criminal should be, due to the prospect
of being caught and prosecuted. The more raids the better these results.
- Illegal immigration is not only on the radar but has emerged as the most important domestic issue faced by the country.
- We are cracking the wall of silence in the mainstream media. The
likes of Bill O’Reilly, Glenn Beck and my main man, Lou Dobbs picking
up and running with the issue.
- Massive negative attention is paid to treasonous and criminal
politicians insisting on sanctuary policies. Corrupt and anti American
politicians like Gavin Newsom, the Mayor of Virginia beach, Meyera
Oberndorf and sanctuary communities across the country have been outed
and are held in disdain.
significant and measurable progress. I am sure I over look some as I
being enraged or even discouraged. On the contrary, I am reinvigorated
by the notable progress we are making in fighting the injustice of
stock of our accomplishments and build upon them. Our foreheads may be
black and blue but the wall we strike with them is showing wear and
middle class. What nicer anniversary gift than the apparent weakening
of the pro illegal alien movement as evidenced by their decimated turn
out, in and of itself, proves that law enforcement works. Many illegal
alien advocates were intimidated by the recent ICE raids and decided
not to turn out for the protests. If enforcement works in this context,
no doubt that it will ultimately work in getting illegal aliens to
leave the country. We just need more it, lots more.
Yes May 1, 2007 was my anniversary. It was a happy one at that.Below are other patriots continuing the fight against illegal immigration.
Just enforce the immigration laws
Illegal Aliens Must Go!: Only 10,000 March in Los Angeles: Whatever Happened to “Sí se puede?”Nancy Pelosi: Progressive Compassion Needed to Fix Immigration
The Uncooperative Blogger: Hillary Clinton Taps Radical Chicano for National Co-Chair
The Undocumented Blogger: May 1st Protests, Round 2
This was a production of The Coalition Against Illegal Immigration
(CAII). If you would like to participate, please go to the above link
to learn more. Afterwards, email stiknstein-at-gmail-dot-com and let us
know at what level you would like to participate.
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