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A case study on “diversity” : Pittsburgh vs Big Cities

Monday, March 7th, 2011

When seeing Pittsburgh compared to other cities, the viewpoint I have was reinforced. The viewpoint I have is that most immigrants are chasing jobs and opportunity. There is no conspiracy. Pittsburgh had an economy based off of steel, but then the steel industry died off. It kept losing population until recently. I am surprised it retained as much as it did population wise. Other cities draw people in with new opportunities.

Only a person of low intelligence cannot tie globalism to economics. Just like slavery, feudalism and capitalism can be tied to economics, so can globalism. People of low intelligence (“rednecks”) must be jettisoned from philosophical discussion organizations which argue that this is not a good thing. People of low intelligence instead believe in conspiracy theories. There is no room for losers.

Thread : “10 things I hate about Pittsburgh.”
Description : each poster bashes the city.
The first post

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3) No culture and diversity (ie Philly, DC, Chicago, etc.)

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8) Majority of the Pittsburghese are not educated (blue collars instead of white collars, ie college education)

The response

Jobs. I’m CEO of my company, and I think we’re the only people hiring in the city. Not many jobs out for the taking. BUT, that’s the same story all over the Country right now.

Another response

I’ve come to accept that the one way of getting a job in Pittsburgh (at least in my major) is to know someone that is high up in the company that will do a lot of pulling for you.

“Bigots” are lower class

A lot of backwards attitudes. Funny that most people I’ve met that are proud to call themselves “Pittsburghers” are also some of the most bigoted people I’ve encountered. Obviously, this is NOT everyone. . .merely a common trend.

Socialism and the Immigration Question

Friday, February 18th, 2011

When it comes to immigration, it’s hard to have an opinion that’s out of line with the thinking of liberal bourgeoisie WITHOUT being labeled A) racist, B) reactionary, C) xenophobe, or D) all of the above. Furthermore, it’s even harder to have the discussion while trying to remove it from the context of one’s own country, and look at immigration for what it really is – a question of sustainable economic and social policy.

At its very core, immigration can be best understood as population policy. As such, if stripped of all ideals, slogans and associated philosophies, it often times boils down to a matter of resources, though certainly not entirely to the exclusion of other matters. The use of publicly available resources, whether natural or synthetic, human or material, etc. is not without limitations, costs and consequences. An open-door immigration policy is thus population policy out of control.

The resource question in regards to immigration is further obfuscated in liberal capitalist countries like the United States, where resources are utilized and exploited by the private ownership classes. In such cases, immigration boils down to economics, but seen on an entirely different plane. For the capitalist, waves of immigrants are sources for both exploitable labor and consumers in the market.

Further complicating this matter still remains the issue of the State, and its role in society. In the United States, the Federal government assumes largely an administrative/executive role, one largely focused on maintaining the economic and social status quo for the benefit of the ownership class. Whereas in other countries, contemporary and historic, the State has assumed a more active, leading role in directing and shaping society.

But for post-capitalist societies, whereupon the complete socialization of the means of production and resources has occurred,  immigration will not be a matter of simply allowing for a broader consumer market or a source of cheap labor. Within such societies, the people become a completely socialized community– whereby individual members are educated to see themselves and dedicate their lives for the collective good. Out-of-control immigration policies once again revert back to the question of resource. In economies structured on the principal, “from each according to his ability, to each according to his work,” society has a vested interest in maintaining  the use of public resources (including services and goods) for dedicated and committed members of the community.

While the possibility of immigrants becoming ideologically suitable and contributing members of the community is certainly  not excluded, as a general approach, immigration policy in a socialist society should be highly selective and exclusionary. Not only is this necessary for the required social, political, and cultural cohesion to drive society towards its inevitable and historical ends; but, it’s also a genuine matter of security.

For these very reasons, methods of domestic restrictions must also be implemented. Citizens who refuse to work and contribute must not receive the benefits of the collectivist society. Habitual criminals, asocial types, members of the former exploiting class and political enemies must be isolated from the community and removed in order to neutralize the myriad threats they pose.

Those who don’t get the class question often over-state the jewish question

Monday, February 14th, 2011

People who do not get the fact that imperialism, immigration and warfare have ties to economics are likely to instead focus on conspiracy theories in which Jewish individuals who advocate these things are “named.” (of course, Jews are only 2% of the population).

Even with regards to colonialism in Israel, there is an economic motive. people are poor, but they are told they can get access to wealth if they go to Israel. When the interests of zionism and corporatism conflict, corporatism always wins. Kahane was banned for that exact reason. Non-Jewish citizens still exist in Israel, and part of the motive may be the importance of an individual to the economy. “Freedom” (or free markets) is encouraged in occupied American nations, such as Iraq and Afghanistan, for the exact same reason. Spreading freedom means spreading capitalism.

That being said, going from the nile to the euphrates, and sending every single Jew to Israel, is not a good idea in my opinion.

discuss on forum : The link

Morning Call (Allentown Newspaper) called nazis by anti-illegal commentor

Friday, December 24th, 2010

I used to care about the fact that Allentown, Reading, Lancaster and York are being being turned into Hispanic cities. In the case of Allentown, non-hispanic Whites are under 50%. Now I really don’t care. I really don’t give a shit.

I used to care who wins the election. Now I don’t really care.

I used to care about the survival of this country as “the united states of America.” Now I don’t really care.

Link to the comment

THE NAZIS WHO LOVE ILLEGAL ALIENS AT THE MORNING CALL WON’T LET ANYONE COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLE ON THE MORNING CALL SITE.

that’s the type of liberal scumbags who run the morning call—-and why the morning call deserves to go out of business.

Link to original article

In 1994, Allentown leaders were so threatened by the number of Latinos moving into the city that council made national headlines by declaring English the city’s official language.

Well, that hasn’t discouraged Latinos from choosing Allentown as home.

According to numbers released last week by the American Community Survey, Allentown has now become a “majority minority” city, largely because the Latino population has grown to 36.7 percent of all city residents.

Blacks, Asians and Latinos now account for 50.2 percent of the city residents — a 39 percent increase over the last census in 2000. And Spanish is now the primary language in 29 percent of all households.

My views on race – not that extreme

Sunday, August 8th, 2010

When really thinking about it, my views on race are very logical and very sensible. To me race is real, but race is physical material. A movement cannot be built on physical material alone. I do not believe in a “spiritual race,” so my political views will always extend beyond race even if they include race.

I believe race is real, inherited, and not irrelevant. I believe that political correctness and aggressive race denial is unscientific. This is race realism. Outside of that, I completely diverge away from ideologies which worship race or gerrymander race into unscientific groups such as the unscientific “aryan race.” The idea of “ethnic nepotism theory” is also wrong.

Mass immigration is a problem for many reasons – and race, strictly scientifically speaking, is not the only reason. It is also representative of the most extreme form of liberal capitalism, where people have to travel very far to get a job. There are many criticisms, but that is not the point of this topic.

When I really think about it, my views on race are very sensible. It is only in a very paranoid politically correct climate that my views seem abnormal.

On the other hand, my largely unrelated views on dictatorship and anti-democracy are not mainstream.

Has It Become a Sin To Be White? – Rabbi Aryeh Spero

Wednesday, May 19th, 2010

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This is an article that I found interesting enough to post. There is not really much more for me to comment.

How much longer will the American public tolerate the anti-white rhetoric coming from the mouths of liberal politicians and the pen of the media?

Over the past few months, CNN, MSNBC, the Washington Post, the Huffington Post and Democrat politicians, including former President Clinton and others, have questioned the legitimacy of the Tea Party movement because, as they say, it is “too white.”

To them, such “whiteness” is evidence of “racism.” They are attempting to drumbeat into the American consciousness two principles: one, that political speech and positions vocalized primarily by white people is, basically, invalid; and, two, opinions emanating from non-liberal white people is motivated by racism.

Throughout the entire healthcare debate, liberals assigned “racism” to those opposed to the massive overhaul. In fact, the opposition among the middle class had nothing to do with “hidden racism” but was a neutral and understandable desire to maintain for themselves the liberty to choose their own doctor, the fear of diminished quality care, the horror of being over-taxed to a degree that leaves little disposable income for working parents for their own family, and the bedrock, historic American belief of self-responsibility.

Similarly, those wanting closed borders and an end to illegals entering the country and blithely living off taxpayer largess are accused of “white racism.” when the underlying reason has to do with protecting themselves from crime, rape, murder, property damage and the closing of schools, hospitals and other essential services due to local and state bankruptcy born of the expenses of subsidizing illegals.

The left is trying to muzzle its political opposition by brainwashing us into accepting their mantra that non-liberal whites are racist. Our reply in proving that we are not racist has been to show that blacks are among Tea Party members. To be sure, that is important, but, by so doing, we are capitulating to the premise that by itself “white” opinion is somehow invalid.

Nowhere in the Bill of Rights is found a footnote or asterisk that freedom of speech or assembly is conditioned on its racial diversity, its “un-whiteness.” Our answer to those who ask “how many blacks, Muslims, or Hispanics are members of your group, should be: “It doesn’t matter, what matters is the cogency of our argument.”

We should have enough confidence to answer: “The problem is not with our beliefs, rather with those who do not share our core American values or are unwilling to gather and associate with a group overwhelmingly white”.

Freedom of speech and assembly should not be based on a quota system. Will we now have a situation in speech, like that in hiring, that requires 12% black or 11% Hispanic or 2% Muslim for that speech to be politically valid and acceptable?

What started out years ago as inclusiveness of others has dangerously degenerated into an exclusion of speech and validity if exercised by the white community. Obsessive identification with minority-group views has led to, among elite liberals, a complete indifference and callousness to the feelings and yearnings of the majority white population.
Truthfully, this has always been the goal of liberal multiculturalism. Its intention was never to simply open up our society but to close down those representing the historic ethos and values of America: the white middle class.

For the liberal left, other cultures are not simply to be admitted but should reign supreme—a tyranny of the minority over the majority, orchestrated by white liberals, and minority power brokers, wishing to subdue the majority standing in the way of their political and cultural hegemony, and feeling righteous doing so out of a conviction that non-liberal white people are racist and must be stomped down.

The truth is that many in the liberal community preaching to us about racism are, themselves, bigots against white Christians, labeling them red-necks, un-educated, racists, and simpletons. No one calls them on their bigotry since it’s difficult to conceive that those always touting civil rights and diversity are imbued with their own bigotry. Their never-ending indictment of American society as racist cloaks what is their own variety of bigotry.
The crusade of the liberal establishment to sew into the collective consciousness a belief that whites are inherently racist and “extremist” was displayed in the media’s endless speculation about a “white male” as the perpetrator during the first hours of the Times Square terrorist incident and yet played down the Moslem origin of the actual terrorist when so discovered. Even Rep. Jerold Nadler (D.-N.Y.) and Mayor Michael Bloomberg alluded to a white person “angry over the healthcare bill.” In the liberal mind, white people are closet Timothy McVeighs. It is a subtle bigotry that the American public dare not allow seep into their world view. It is a presumption which must be decried as racism against the white majority.

This belief is so ingrained that after the discovery of the Pakistani terrorist, Mayor Bloomberg warned that: “No reprisals and backlash against the Pakistani community will be tolerated.” Why the need to make this warning given that since 9/11 and numerous Islamic attacks since then, there have been no burnings of mosques or backlash riots against Islamic communities?

Instead of liberals admiring the majority, white community for their monumental restraint and fairness, liberals continue to peddle to “white America” how our evil impulses must be continually reigned in. President Obama has often delivered this very same message, and in a weekly radio address appealed to “Blacks, Muslims, Latinos and women to coalesce into standing behind his hopes and agenda for America”.

The reason for this never-ending liberal portrayal of “racist and extreme white-male America” is to intimidate us into silence. The left knows that the only thing standing in the way of their complete takeover of American government, culture and values is disenfranchising the legitimacy of the middle class. America is unique and different than other countries that are divided into a ruling class and a recipient class, with a very weak middle class. Americanism, on the other hand, comes from a prosperous, self-assured and vigorous middle class.

Liberals cannot out-rightly condemn the middle class. They have decided to strip it of its self-confidence and legitimacy by categorizing it as “white,” with all the orchestrated belittlement and demonization of whiteness we are now hearing. The economy is being transformed in such a way that entrepreneurship and small business, the backbone of the middle class, is being thwarted. An impoverished middle class is an impotent class. The elites are engaged in the destruction of the historic American ethos and value system embodied in the American majority. They want to convince us that “white values” are dangerous. What we have here is nothing less than cultural ethnic cleansing.

Dick Morris on Illegal Immigration

Saturday, May 8th, 2010

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Here is a nicely written non-partisan article which describes how the immigration issue is buthchered by corrupt politicians.  Over and over again, Americans poll that they want the borders closed down and illegal immigrants approached instead of ignored or legalized, but over and over again, the leaders of the establishment are very reluctant to do what should be very easy.

Quotation from Dick Morris

Both parties are hypocritical on immigration. Democrats, controlled by unions, want Latinos to vote but not work. Republicans, controlled by agribusiness interests, want them to work but not vote. The answer is to stand up to union and to agribusiness pressure and take tough action to stop the hiring of illegal immigrants.

In their desperation, President Barack Obama and senators with large Latino populations in their states (like Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev.) are seeking to polarize Hispanic and Anglo sentiment over the issue of illegal immigration. In his frequent messages calling for higher Latino and black turnout and his condemnation of the Arizona immigration law, Obama is trying to recapture over immigration the voter approval he lost over healthcare.

Arizona acted as it did because of a lack of federal enforcement of federal law barring undocumented immigrants. With a porous border, they felt that they were left no choice but to pass a law allowing potentially intrusive searches to ferret out illegal immigrants. Because this law could subject American citizens of Hispanic origin to undue scrutiny and perhaps to needless trips to the police station, the Arizona law antagonizes the jump ball in the immigration debate — Latino-American voters. If there were a real national identification card, the requirement to produce papers might be less intrusive. But, as it is, with the burden of proof on the citizen (or the illegal immigrant), the law is bound to raise tensions between Anglo cops and Latino citizens.

But being forced to support or oppose the Arizona law is a false choice. It reflects the unimaginative politics of confrontation that jeopardize race relations and elect demagogues like Barack Obama. (Obama’s share of the white vote was the same as Kerry won in 2004. He was elected only because of a three-point increase in black turnout and a shift in Latino votes to his corner. He won because of race, and now he schemes to keep control of Congress by using the immigration issue.)

The real answer is not to round up Latinos in the streets of Phoenix and hope to catch illegals in the net. Nor is it even to pretend that we can stop determined men and women from crossing the border by way of more guards, more troops and better equipment. The answer is to dry up the will to cross the border in the first place by stopping employers from offering jobs to undocumented workers. If there were felony penalties — jail time — for hiring illegals, they would not be hired. And if there were no jobs, there would be no illegal immigration.

The Republican position on illegal immigration should be to demand tough employer sanctions, including jail, and coupling that program with a vigorous guest-worker program to bring needed workers in legally, pay them a living wage and then escort them out when they are no longer needed. The United States, in need of a younger population to pay for our current and future retirees, should also raise the allowed levels of immigration.

Both parties are hypocritical on immigration. Democrats, controlled by unions, want Latinos to vote but not work. Republicans, controlled by agribusiness interests, want them to work but not vote. The answer is to stand up to union and to agribusiness pressure and take tough action to stop the hiring of illegal immigrants.

If there were no jobs for illegals outside of guest-worker programs, there would be no need for amnesty. They would all go home of their own accord or wait until they got legal status.

We would need a foolproof, biometric identity card to speed identification of those eligible for employment to accompany the sanctions against hiring illegals, but this is a small price to pay for an answer to so pressing a problem.

But Obama will not take the step that could end illegal immigration. Why? Because he wants immigration. He seeks to reshape the partisan balance in America by increasing the number of Latino voters and marrying them to the Democratic Party by provoking Republicans who just want law and order to appear racist to Hispanic-Americans. His is a game of great duplicity and racial opportunism. But good legislation can defeat his designs and solve one of our most pressing domestic problems at the same time.

America’s Lax Immigration Laws Help Domestic Terrotism

Thursday, May 6th, 2010

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The extreme naivety of the bourgeois leadership of the American people is shown by their inability to recognize the methodologies that can be used against them by hostile parties.  Anyone who studies criminal profiling would not be shocked by the fact that people can “camouflage.”  Though in this case, the camouflage should have been fairly obvious!

Quote:

Quotation from Jeffrey Goldberg

I am struck by the fact that he is a naturalized American citizen, not a recent or temporary visitor.

America’s homeland-security amnesia never ceases to amaze. In the aftermath of the botched Times Square terror attack, Pakistani-born bombing suspect Faisal Shahzad’s US citizenship status caused a bit of shock and awe. The Atlantic magazine writer Jeffrey Goldberg’s response was typical: “I am struck by the fact that he is a naturalized American citizen, not a recent or temporary visitor.” Well, wake up and smell the deadly deception.

Shahzad’s path to American citizenship — he reportedly married an American woman, Huma Mian, in 2008 after spending a decade in the country on foreign student and employment visas — is a tried-and-true terror formula. Jihadists have been gaming the sham-marriage racket for years. And immigration-benefit fraud has provided invaluable cover and aid for US-based Islamic plotters, including many planning attacks on New York City. As I’ve reported previously:

* El Sayyid A. Nosair wed Karen Ann Mills Sweeney to avoid deportation for overstaying his visa. He acquired US citizenship, allowing him to remain in the country, and was later convicted for conspiracy in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing that claimed six lives.

* Ali Mohamed became a US citizen after marrying a woman he met on a plane trip from Egypt to New York. He became a top aide to Osama bin Laden and was later convicted for his role in the 1998 US embassy bombings in Africa that killed 12 Americans and more than 200 others.

* Embassy-bombing plotter Khalid Abu al Dahab obtained citizenship after marrying three different American women.

* Embassy-bombing plotter Wadih el Hage, Osama bin Laden’s personal secretary, married April Ray in 1985 and became a naturalized citizen in 1989. Ray knew of her husband’s employment with bin Laden, but like many of these women in bogus marriages, she pleaded ignorance about her husband’s work.

* Lebanon-born Chawki Youssef Hammoud, convicted in a Hezbollah cigarette-smuggling operation based out of Charlotte, NC, married American citizen Jessica Fortune for a green card.

* Hammoud’s brother, Mohammed Hammoud, married three different American women. After arriving here on a counterfeit visa, being ordered deported and filing an appeal, he wed Sabina Edwards to gain a green card. Federal immigration officials refused to award him legal status after this first marriage was deemed bogus in 1994. Undaunted, he married Jessica Wedel in May 1997 and, while still wed to her, paid Angela Tsioumas to marry him in Detroit. The Tsioumas union netted Mohammed Hammoud temporary legal residence to operate the terror-cash scam. He was later convicted on 16 counts that included providing material support to Hezbollah.

* Eight Mideastern men who plotted to bomb New York landmarks in 1993 — Fadil Abdelgani, Amir Abdelgani, Siddig Ibrahim Siddig Ali, Tarig Elhassan, Abdo Mohammed Haggag, Fares Khallafalla, Mohammed Saleh and Matarawy Mohammed Said Saleh — all obtained legal permanent residence by marrying US citizens.

A year after 9/11, homeland-security officials cracked a vast illegal-alien Middle Eastern marriage-fraud ring in “Operation Broken Vows.” Authorities were stunned by the scope of the operations, which stretched from Boston to South Carolina to California. But marriage fraud remains a treacherous path of least resistance. The waiting period for US citizenship is cut by more than half for marriage-visa beneficiaries.

As former federal immigration official Michael Cutler warned years ago: “Immigration benefit fraud is certainly one of the major ‘dots’ that was not connected prior to the attacks of September 11, 2001, and remains a ‘dot’ that is not really being addressed the way it needs to be in order to secure our nation against criminals and terrorists.”

Jihadists have exploited our lax immigration and entrance policies to secure the rights and benefits of US citizenship while they plot mass murder — and we haven’t done a thing to stop them.

Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/opedcolumnists/the_jihadis_marriage_fraud_scam_iCj3GkDvQHmxATUMP8VTrJ#ixzz0nADESCAE

Race Card Played as Mexicans Riot over Immigration Bill

Sunday, May 2nd, 2010

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Take note of the way the race card is played here. “Racism” is charged so that the issue ceases to be a legal issue and becomes only an issue of ethnic conflict. Therefore Mexicans are using their alleged “race” to avoid responsibility.

CHICAGO (AP) – Angered by a controversial Arizona immigration law, tens of thousands of protesters – including 50,000 alone in Los Angeles – rallied in cities nationwide demanding President Barack Obama tackle immigration reform immediately.

“I want to thank the governor of Arizona because she’s awakened a sleeping giant,” said labor organizer John Delgado, who attended a rally in New York where authorities estimated 6,500 gathered.

From Los Angeles to Washington D.C., activists, families, students and even politicians marched, practiced civil disobedience and “came out” about their citizenship status in the name of rights for immigrants, including the estimated 12 million living illegally in the U.S.

Police said 50,000 rallied in Los Angeles where singer Gloria Estefan kicked off a massive downtown march. Estefan spoke in Spanish and English, proclaiming the United States is a nation of immigrants.

“We’re good people,” the Cuban-born singer said atop a flatbed truck. “We’ve given a lot to this country. This country has given a lot to us.”

Public outcry, particularly among immigrant rights activists, has been building since last week when Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed the legislation last week. The law requires local and state law enforcement to question people about their immigration status if there’s reason to suspect they’re in the country illegally. It also makes it a state crime to be in the United States illegally.

The law’s supporters say it’s necessary because of the federal government’s failure to secure the border, but critics contend it encourages racial profiling and is unconstitutional.

“It’s racist,” said Donna Sanchez, a 22-year-old U.S. citizen living in Chicago whose parents illegally crossed the Mexican border. “I have papers, but I want to help those who don’t.”

Organizers estimated about 20,000 gathered at a park on Chicago’s West Side and marched, but police said about 8,000 turned out.

The event resembled something between a family festival – food vendors strolled through with pushcarts – and a political demonstration with protesters chanting “Si se puede,” Spanish for “Yes we can.” A group of undocumented students stood on a stage at the Chicago park and “came out” regarding their immigration status.

Juan Baca was among those students. Baca, 19, whose parents brought him from Mexico illegally when he was 4 months old, said he has had to drop out of college and work several times already because he can’t qualify for financial aid.

“It’s been a struggle,” he said. “I missed the mark by four months.”

Obama once promised to tackle immigration reform in his first 100 days, but has pushed back that timetable several times. He said this week that Congress may lack the “appetite” to take on immigration after going through a tough legislative year. However, Obama and Congress could address related issues, like boosting personnel and resources for border security, in spending bills this year.

At the White House, U.S. Rep. Luis Gutierrez, an Illinois Democrat, was among 35 people arrested in a demonstration of civil disobedience against the Arizona law.

In Dallas, police estimated at least 20,000 attended a Saturday rally. About a dozen people there carried signs depicting the Arizona governor as a Nazi and Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, known for his tough illegal immigration stance, as a Klansman. Organizers were asking sign holders to discard those placards.

Juan Hernandez, the Hispanic outreach coordinator for Arizona Sen. John McCain’s unsuccessful presidential run, attended the Dallas rally. He said Arizona was once considered by those south of the border to be a model state with particularly close ties to Mexico.

“It went beyond what most states do,” he said. “Now they are a state that goes beyond what the Constitution says you should do.”

Juan Haro, 80, was born and raised in Denver, where about 3,000 people rallied. He said he thinks Arizona’s new law targets Mexicans.

“This country doesn’t seem to be anti-immigrant,” said Haro, whose family is originally from Mexico. “It seems to be anti-Mexican.”

In downtown Miami, several hundred flag-waving demonstrators – many with Cuban and Honduran flags, but mostly American ones – called for reforms.

Elsewhere, an estimated 7,000 protesters rallied in Houston, about 5,000 gathered at the Georgia state Capitol in Atlanta and at least 5,000 marched in Milwaukee. About 3,000 attended a Boston-area march.

And in Ann Arbor, Mich., more than 500 people held a mock graduation ceremony for undocumented immigrant students near the site of Obama’s University of Michigan commencement speech.

In Arizona, police in Tucson said an immigration rights rally there drew at least 5,000 people. Several thousand people gathered in Phoenix for a demonstration Saturday evening.

A smattering of counterprotesters showed up at rallies. In Tucson, a few dozen people showed up in support of the new law and Brewer. A barricade separated about two dozen counterprotesters from a pro-immigrant rights rally in San Francisco.

The counterprotesters there carried signs that read, “We Support Arizona” and “We Need More Ice At This Fiesta,” an apparent reference to the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency.

May 1 – International Workers Day – is a traditional date for political demonstrations. Immigration advocates latched onto that tradition in 2006, when more than 1 million people across the country – half a million alone in Chicago – protested federal legislation that would have made being an illegal immigrant a felony. That legislation ultimately failed.

- by SOPHIA TAREEN

Discrimination against the old is justified

Wednesday, February 10th, 2010

Enough of this politically correct bullshit.

Younger predominately male workers need to stop waiting at the back of the line (we’ve waited long enough, how long are we supposed to wait), and really start to discriminate against older workers wherever we have the power to do so. It is the older generation, this baby boomer generation of screwups, who ruined the economy, and it is the older generation who imposes flawed ideology on the younger the generation. The older bourgeoisie useless parasites can shut their mouths about age discrimination, and realize how unfairly good they have it. They can shut up about how hard they worked to get to where they are, and realize that it was easy to succeed until they screwed everything up. The blatant nepotism! The preference of age over skill! The desire to hire a worker solely because he/she is more experienced, when he/she may be an idiot. They run up deficits, they deconstruct the ethnic identity of nations, they outsource jobs, they start imperialistic wars for liberal capitalism, they flood the working class with more immigrant competition and they think they are clever with their two party system.

(note that this article is merely artistic and I don’t really advocate violence)
Death to the bourgeoisie! Exterminate them. Imprison them. Kick them. Spit on them. Throw rocks at them. Hell piss on them. Throw them into volcanoes and then clap when the volcanoes erupt. Make them suffocate on their dollar bills.


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