Archive for 1 May 2007

May Day: Open-borders math

Posted: 1 May 2007 in Politics

Michelle Malkin has a good take on the May Day bullshit propogated by illegal aliens.

May Day: Open-borders math

Let’s start off today’s May Day illegal alien rally day with some misleading immigration numbers:

The Drudge Report trumpeted the NYTimes spin by headlining this stat:

Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials, facing intense political pressure to toughen enforcement, removed 221,664 illegal immigrants from the country over the last year, an increase of more than 37,000 — about 20 percent — over the year before, according to the agency’s tally.

221,664.

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Another idiot al Qaeda asshole dead.
One more to realize that those “72 virgins” are just a 7th Century fallacy propagated by an Islamic moron by the name of Muhammad, that they actually get to meet in hell.
Roast in agony asshole.

Al Qaeda in Iraq leader killed: Interior Ministry

By Mussab Al-Khairalla

BAGHDAD (Reuters) – The leader of al Qaeda in Iraq was killed on Tuesday in a fight between insurgents north of Baghdad, the Interior Ministry spokesman said, but the U.S. military said it could not confirm the report.

There has been growing friction between Sunni Islamist al Qaeda and other Sunni Arab insurgent groups over al Qaeda’s indiscriminate killing of civilians and its imposition of an austere brand of Islam in the areas where it holds sway.

If true, the death of Abu Ayyub al-Masri would signal a deepening split at a time when the Shi’ite-led government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki is trying to woo some insurgent groups into the political process.

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It Isn’t Really About Civil Rights At All, Is It?
The Fifth Column JB Williams
April 30, 2007

Things are not always as they seem, and they are almost never as they are sold. Unfortunately, even when presented with hard facts, many Americans still prefer the lie over the truth, finding the lie less scary.

Believe it or not, every crackpot notion is not a civil right in America or any other nation. In fact, most of the battles fought in the name of civil rights in America today, have little if anything to do with civil rights. Most have much more to do with special rights…and not the kind of rights that belong in America.

Allow me to introduce you to an important American icon by presenting two of his quotes for which he is famous in civil rights circles, but dangerously unknown to most Americans.

Quote 1 – “So long as we have enough people in this country willing to fight for their rights, we’ll be called a democracy.”

Sounds like something any one of our founding fathers might have said, doesn’t it. But the author of these two quotes was no founding father. The first quote takes on a whole new meaning when placed in context with the second quote from the same individual.

Quote 2 – “I am for socialism, disarmament, and, ultimately, for abolishing the state itself…I seek the social ownership of property, the abolition of the propertied class, and the sole control of those who produce wealth. Communism is the goal.”

Does this still sound like one of our founding fathers? – Both of these quotes belong to the same man, Roger Baldwin, a man whom most Americans have never heard of, though they know his works very well.

According to Baldwin’s official biography, he was raised by wealthy parents in the Boston suburb of Wellesley Hills. Family friends ranged from Ralph Waldo Emerson to Oliver Wendell Holmes and Booker T. Washington. Baldwin was raised as an “agnostic Unitarian.”

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