Monday, April 03, 2006


It now looks like the international socialists were a major force behind last weeks "illegal immigrant rallies". These so-called "rallies" were if fact, staged propaganda efforts which took advantage of uneducated "useful idiots". Many of these folks have been so brainwashed by their communities, that they actually believe the destruction of the U.S. is in their best interests. How wrong they are...

Now, it appears that the gloves have come off and another mass rally event is set to take place for May 1st. This time, the attempt will be to initiate "an economic and labor boycott that will paralyze the U.S. economy." The socialist bastards who appear to be the invisible hand behind all of the "mass protest" movements, have dropped the facade and are now openly advocating the destruction of the American economy using the illegal immigrants as their foot soldiers... These dangerous revolutionaries need to be stopped! From the WND article "Activists working to 'paralyze' U.S"...
The coalition that organized an estimated 500,000 marchers in Los Angeles to protest immigration reform announced its next mass action is "an economic and labor boycott that will paralyze the U.S. economy."

The radical separatist publication La Voz de Aztlan, the Voice of Aztlan, said the proposed boycott is in response to a "racist" measure in Congress.


Coalition member Roberto Reveles of "Unidos en Arizona" said his group will host a "summit meeting" April 8 and 9 in Phoenix to work out details of the boycott.

The boycott is scheduled for May 1, the Day of the International Solidarity of Workers, or May 5, the Cinco de Mayo celebration.

Armando Navarro, coordinator of the National Alliance for Human Rights, said, "We are living through very dangerous times and we must take advantage of the moment. If we just sit and wait to see what happens, everything we have accomplished so far may go to waste. That is why we must continue the struggle to once and for all defeat that racist (House) proposal."


"We have to demonstrate to the nation, one more time, that its economic stability depends on us," Navarro said. "I am sure that our sister nations of Latin America, who are also tired of the situation, will unite with us.

The professor concluded: "That is why we will celebrate May 1, 'Day of the Worker,' with labor strikes, no purchases and go out and march. Soon they will see the impact we will have!"

As WorldNetDaily reported, one of the organizers of the L.A. rally was the Mexica Movement, which already has decided it is the "non-indigenous," white, English-speaking U.S. citizens of European descent who have to leave what they call "our continent."