Harvard Elite 99% ONLY

November 12, 2011

A gated community only occupation. that would make sense… since most of them are Palestinian sympathizers that refuse to acknowledge that Palestine is JEW FREE like NAZI GERMANY. See how you like the dirty rapist hippies on your campus?

(ibloga) Harvard students are “occupying” the Yard to protest how the 1 percent keep the 99 percent in economic servitude. But the Crimson protest against capitalist oppression is by invitation only, and all the gates on campus have been locked, chained and padlocked to keep out the real 99 percent? Occupy Harvard? It’s more like Occupy Gated Community. Harvard claims they locked the yard to keep out non Harvard students. Now nobody can walk across the Yard unless he has a Harvard ID. They tried something like this in Arizona, and as I recall everyone at Harvard denounced SB 1070 as racism, as in, “They’re checking papers in Arizona!”

Obama bullies America with a little help South of the Border

September 16, 2011

Outrageous extortion. the cynicism is disgusting. Obama and Holder want to encourage people south of the border to be slaves to a black market smugglers economy in an effort to tar the reputation of their own citizens in Arizona. completely exploitative and hateful. We should be encouraging our neighbors toward good behavior. Instead we encourage our neighbors to create a nation lynch mob.


Maine Voting to let Illegal Voters

October 24, 2010

Portland residents will vote Nov. 2 on a proposal to give legal residents who are not U.S. citizens the right to vote in local elections, joining places like San Francisco and Chicago that have already loosened the rules or are considering it.


Come To America! Buy Your Very Own S.S.# for $120 ! COME ON IN, ILLEGALS!

October 15, 2010

Come to America, this is the nitemare. Illegal slime are coming in, that are MURDERERS and not even wanted in Mehico… But the doors be wide open ova heeyah! Look at this video below people, this is what is going on, this is the Obama mania dream come true…… To turn America into the biggest 3rd world ghetto on planet earth.  WITH ANY LUCK, the libo-slime buckets will suffer some consequences one day when the illegal wetback slimes chop off their heads.

CHANGE!

Beck says not to be haaaaters… Sure, tell THAT to the Hartley family that you don’t bring up Mr. Beck.  Before one can forgive, one goes through hatred, rage and anger.  Its not all THAT simple, Beck.



Jan Brewer: Arizona Fighting to Survive

September 1, 2010
This is pretty amazing.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents believe overwhelmingly that their department leadership has become so politicized as to compromise the effectiveness of ICE and the safety of American people. Their union has released a letter announcing its recent unanimous “vote of no confidence” in ICE agency heads, accusing them of “misleading the American public” regarding illegal immigration in order to further a pro-amnesty agenda.

In June, the National Immigration and Customs Enforcement Council — an AFL-CIO affiliate — and affiliated local councils cast a unanimous 259-0 vote of no confidence in ICE Director John Morton and Assistant Director Phyllis Coven. In a letter announcing the vote, the National Council criticized the directors for “misguided and reckless initiatives,” and said their leaders have “abandoned the Agency’s core mission of enforcing United States immigration laws and providing for public safety, and have instead directed their attention to campaigning for policies and programs related to amnesty.”

{Among the claims in the letter]:

Senior ICE leadership dedicates more time to campaigning for immigration reforms aimed at large scale amnesty legislation, than advising the American public and Federal lawmakers on the severity of the illegal immigration problem, and the need for more manpower and resources within the ICE ERO to address it. ICE ERO is currently overwhelmed by the massive criminal alien problem in the United States resulting in the large-scale release of criminals back into local communities.

Kind of puts the Arizona illegal immigration enforcement in perspective, doesn’t it?

While ICE reports internally that more than 90 percent of ICE detainees are first encountered in jails after they are arrested by local police for criminal charges, ICE senior leadership misrepresents this information publicly in order to portray ICE detainees as being non-criminal in nature to support the Administration’s position on amnesty and relaxed security at ICE detention facilities.

The majority of ICE ERO Officers are prohibited from making street arrests or enforcing United States immigration laws outside of the institutional (jail) setting. This has effectively created “amnesty through policy” for anyone illegally in the United States who has not been arrested by another agency for a criminal violation.

Read more at the Washington Examiner

“Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer demanded Friday that a reference to the state’s controversial immigration law be removed from a State Department report to the United Nations’ human rights commissioner. The U.S. included its legal challenge to the law on a list of ways the federal government is protecting human rights. In a letter to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Brewer says it is “downright offensive” that a state law would be included in the report, which was drafted as part of a UN review of human rights in all member nations every four years. “The idea of our own American government submitting the duly enacted laws of a state of the United States to ‘review’ by the United Nations is internationalism run amok and unconstitutional,” Brewer wrote. Arizona’s law generally requires police officer enforcing other laws to investigate the immigration status of people they suspect are illegal immigrants. Critics say it would lead officers to target Hispanics. Supporters, including Brewer, say the law prohibits racial profiling and other human rights abuses. The U.S. Justice Department sued to block the measure, arguing federal law trumps the state’s authority to enforce immigration laws. A federal judge in July sided with the Justice Department and blocked enforcement of the law’s most controversial provisions a day before it was scheduled to take effect. In its report, the State Department does not specifically allege that Arizona’s law would lead to racial profiling.
A recent Arizona law, S.B. 1070, has generated significant attention and debate at home and around the world,” the report says. “The issue is being addressed in a court action that argues that the federal government has the authority to set and enforce immigration law. That action is ongoing; parts of the law are currently enjoined.”
A State Department spokesman had no immediate comment on Brewer’s letter.
Brewer, a Republican, is running for election in November. Her popularity in Arizona and her national profile have soared since she signed the immigration measure in April.

Jan Brewerwhat is even more offensive is that Obama’s position of reporting to the United Nations before his own people. Perhaps he should report the position of the Mexican immigration laws in Mexico that are a lot more strict then it’s American counterpart.

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Arizona’s law generally requires police officer enforcing other laws to investigate the immigration status of people they suspect are illegal immigrants.
Critics say it would lead officers to target Hispanics. Supporters, including Brewer, say the law prohibits racial profiling and other human rights abuses.
The U.S. Justice Department sued to block the measure, arguing federal law trumps the state’s authority to enforce immigration laws.

A federal judge in July sided with the Justice Department and blocked enforcement of the law’s most controversial provisions a day before it was scheduled to take effect.
In its report, the State Department does not specifically allege that Arizona’s law would lead to racial profiling.
“A recent Arizona law, S.B. 1070, has generated significant attention and debate at home and around the world,” the report says. “The issue is being addressed in a court action that argues that the federal government has the authority to set and enforce immigration law. That action is ongoing; parts of the law are currently enjoined.”
A State Department spokesman had no immediate comment on Brewer’s letter.
Brewer, a Republican, is running for election in November. Her popularity in Arizona and her national profile have soared since she signed the immigration measure in April.

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