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April 10, 2006

'The Nation-state is a spent force'

Luke MassieI'm listening right now to a spokeshole for one of the organizing groups of the pro-illegal alien demonstrations, Luke Massie of By Any Means Necessary on Michael Medved who is being quite open in his group's aims. First, this is the obfuscating rheoric on BAMN's site:

The demonstrations also say, No More! No more to racist disrespect! No more to marginalization! We demand full rights and equality for all immigrants. We demand to be treated as human beings, as brothers and sisters, and we accept no less.
Luke clearly defined what that means in his interview ...

OBLITERATION of any distinction between legal and illegal immigrants. Luke is quite adament that the United States has no right to restrict or regulate immigration or US borders. He says any restriction based on whether a person was born in the US or in Mexico is racist. As I quote him in the title to this point, he says the "nation-state" is irrelevant. He actually believes that since America has such an international impact, that the people of the WORLD should have a legal say in how the US is run. He blatantly advocates that the sovereinty of the USA should go away.

THIS is the face of the so-called "new civil rights movement." Neo-Stalinism.

Posted by Darleen at April 10, 2006 12:31 PM


I heard a lot of illegal aliens interviewed in Kansas City on the radio yesterday. Many of them insisted that they deserve a future and that they are human beings, too. Despite the interviewer pointing out that there are rules for entering our country (and most countries) every single interviewee insisted that the immigration laws were bad and therefore could be ignored.

My own feelings are that the Latinos need to insist that their home countries shape up and become more like the USA - then they would stay home!

Posted by: Beth Donovan at April 11, 2006 04:19 AM


Any idea just what was in that "compromise" bill that was fortunately shot down? Check out the Senate floor statements of Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama.

It's worse than you thought. All this talk about deporting illegals here less than 2 years is crap. This bill gave amnesty to EVERYONE, regardless of their time here, whether they are a felon, have already been deported, etc. In short, everything we were told was utter garbage. And that doesn't even begin to address the horrendous financial costs...

"estimated outlays are about $2 billion for the first five years (2007-2011) and $12 billion for the first ten years (2007-2016). The final figures will be bigger than those. Most of those costs are for the Medicaid and Food Stamp programs... They also do NOT include revenue losses and outlays for the Earned Income Tax Credit, which we will be getting from the Joint Tax Committee and which result largely from the conditional non-immigrant provisions. Those revenue losses and EITC outlays may be significant."

I especially like the comments that show how many of the loopholes are legalese slipped in at the last minute by unknown parties.

For all those people bitching about the money we're spending in Iraq, where is their outrage over this?

And a final note to the "anti-ILLEGAL immigrant advocates are racists" crowd, having concerns about the financial impact of unchecked ILLEGAL immigration (regardless of which ethnic group is doing it) into this country is not racist. Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar, folks.

Posted by: VRWC drone at April 11, 2006 11:32 AM

I demand two things:
+ I get to use Luke Massie's bathroom any time I want to.
+ Luke Massie must bring me PIE!

Posted by: eLarson at April 13, 2006 07:24 AM