Thousand of illegal aliens and those that abet illegal aliens (family members, employers, etc) marched in southern California to protest. What they were protesting seems odd to most Americans. They were protesting the illegality of being in the United State illegally. The Congress is deliberating HR 4437 which would make being in the United States illegally a felony (which it should be) and add harsh punishments to employers that knowing hire illegal aliens.
They claim they are simply protesting to ensure “immigrant rights”. The problem is however that is not the case. The reality is they want “illegal immigrant rights”. They want people who break our laws to come here to be allowed to stay in this country. So the question is why have immigration laws at all?
And of course the weak minded lemmings also call the legislation “racist”. Odd, I don’t think however that the legislation says that we are now recognizing one race as superior to another – which is the definition of “racism”.
1 : a belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race
2 : racial prejudice or discrimination
No, what the bill really only does is says that if you come here illegally you are going to be punished. That’s generally what happens when you break the law isn’t it?
Problems is these illegals and their abettors don’t want to have to deal with that reality so they do what good little liberal Marxists always do. They make crap up. They claim the debate is about immigration when it’s not and they cry racism when most of them probably don’t even know what it means.
If they stuck to the facts they’d have to admit to themselves just how wrong they are.
And make no mistake. These people out there protesting are indeed Marxists. They believe that they have a right to something that isn’t theirs and they think that they should be able to compel you to let them have it. To them the land is communal and how dare the United States tell them they can’t come here to claim their piece of it.