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Exclusive: The Truth About ‘La Raza’

Exclusive: The Truth About ‘La Raza’by  Rep. Charlie Norwood 04/07/2006 The nation’s television screens many days recently have been filled with scenes of huge crowds carrying the colorful green and red flag of Mexico viewers could well have thought it was a national holiday in Mexico City. It was instead, downtown Los Angeles, Calif., although the scene was recreated in numerous other cities around the country with substantial Mexican populations. Hordes of Mexican expatriates, many here illegally, were protesting the very U.S. immigration laws they were violating with impunity. They found it offensive and a violation of their rights that the U.S. dared to have immigration laws to begin with. Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa mounted the podium, but any hopes that he would quiet the crowds and defend the law were soon dashed. Villaraigosa, himself, has spent a lifetime opposing U.S. immigration law. For law-abiding Americans without knowledge of the dark side of our current illeg…

OH NO IT’s White People, They Are Here In Brooklyn, I’m scared hold me.

White people — it’s time to “awake” and “save” your “great race!”

That was the message of white supremacist fliers that were plastered all over car windows on Greenpoint Avenue near Leonard Street last Wednesday — a bit of free speech vandalism that has Greenpoint residents fearful of racists in their midst. “It’s scary to think they’re here,” said Cynthia Ruiz. “That’s crazy and disgusting.” The fliers’ message was aimed at recruiting new members to the New York chapter of the Creativity Movement, whose slogan calls for “the survival, expansion and advancement of the white race!” A neighbor removed the fliers soon after they showed up — but not before a photo of one appeared on the Greenpoint blog,

Why is it everything is a Genocide/Holosomething when it has anything to do with Jews/Israel and Why do we keep $upporting Israel?

---Yeah, how about that? Being hard line against genocidal terrorists while the rest of the world, including U.S. President Barack Obama, is demanding you push back your borders to 44-year-old lines that will make you more vulnerable to those same genocidal terrorists.
Well, the rest of the world that is, except Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who sees very clearly what the bottom line is: You don’t offer yourself up for slaughter by people who have stated in their charter that their goal is to kill you.
In response to Obama’s demand, the suggestion that the U.S. lead the way by returning to its 1845 borders with Mexico has been popping up on blogs and discussion forums. {well perhaps if mexico felt that strongly about it they wouldn't have signed and agreed to the terms of theTreaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo and Mexican Cession which gave up/sold Territory's now States and agreed on the set borderline between countries.  How about if Mexico paid back the Millions of dollars in  mon…

News Flash To Those Wishing To Travel To AMSTERDAM For That Quick Toke in the Red Light District

AMSTERDAM - The Dutch government on Friday said it would start banning tourists from buying cannabis from "coffee shops" and impose restrictions on Dutch customers by the end of the year.  The Netherlands is well known for having one of Europe's most liberal soft drug policies that has made its cannabis shops a popular tourist attraction, particularly in Amsterdam.

Backed by the far-right party of anti-immigrant politician Geert Wilders, the coalition government that came into power last year announced plans to curb drug tourism as mart of a nationwide program to promote health and fight crime.

"In order to tackle the nuisance and criminality associated with coffee shops and drug trafficking, the open-door policy of coffee shops will end," the Dutch health and justice ministers wrote in a letter to the country's parliament on Friday.

Under the new rules, only Dutch residents will be able to sign up as members of cannabis shops.

Dutch customers will have to sign…

How TV Ruined Your Life parts 1, 2

Children of immigrants fear displaying religion?

I think the title to this article is backwards, it is sad when a hosting country to said immigrants fear displaying their religion when in fact Canadians, Americans, and those of European countries are forced and made to be criminal when practicing their countries religion, traditions, ways of life.  All over the fact that said immigrants don't really want any part of trying assimilate or to accept the hosting countries way of life.
We have to uphold and respect there customs, all in the name of religion and when we don't we are labeled RACIST, close minded.  When their religious customs interfere in our way of life whether it be through their food, (kosher, halal) headgear, turbans being worn outside of dress code in law enforcement positions, (safety issue)  If they choose not to then they need to return to their respective countries. shera~

By Shannon Proudfoot Evangelical Christian children of immigrants feel they cannot openly practise their religion, and worry that Christia…

Libyan adventure' for Canadian racists

Stewart Bell, National Post· May 28, 2011 | Last Updated: May 28, 2011 9:18 AM ET Colonel Muammar Gaddafi has been a lot of things during his more than four decades in power: coup leader, revolutionary, nuclear proliferator, dictator -and friend of the Canadian racist movement. Libyan agents began forging ties with the leaders of Canada's extreme right in the late 1980s. Twice, the Gaddafi regime brought delegations of Canadian "white nationalists" to Tripoli, where they were feted and given cash. "The common ground was the hatred of Jews," said Grant Bristow, who went on one of the trips in his capacity as an undercover Canadian Security Intelligence Service agent. "That was the basis of the relationship." The Libyan support for Canada's racist right is a reminder that long before Col. Gaddafi began his brutal crackdown on the Libyan opposition, triggering a NATO military intervention, he had been an international menace, fomenting violence and u…

The Government's War on Cameras!

Who will watch the watchers? In a world of ubiquitous, hand-held digital cameras, that's not an abstract philosophical question. Police everywhere are cracking down on citizens using cameras to capture breaking news and law enforcement in action. In 2009, police arrested blogger and freelance photographer Antonio Musumeci on the steps of a New York federal courthouse. His alleged crime? Unauthorized photography on federal property. Police cuffed and arrested Musumeci, ultimately issuing him a citation. With the help of the New York Civil Liberties Union, he forced a settlement in which the federal government agreed to issue a memo acknowledging that it is totally legal to film or photograph on federal property. Although the legal right to film on federal property now seems to be firmly established, many other questions about public photography still remain and place journalists and citizens in harm's way. Can you record a police encounter? Can you film on city or state proper…

New in NYC Classes: "Babies Don't Belong in Dumpsters 101?"

After two young moms recently abandoned their newborn babies -- one of whom did not survive -- New York officials are proposing that high school curriculum include lessons on what mothers can do if they give birth to a baby they don't want. Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes, State Sen. Eric Adams and State Assemblyman Hakim Jeffries are proposing state legislation requiring the change to high school health curriculum. The officials envision students being taught in public school about so-called "safe haven laws," which allow a parent to leave a newborn anonymously without prosecution as long as the newborn is abandoned in a safe way.more View more videos at: you Chris
While I think the acts of these two black women is criminal I also don't think that schools should be the place to broadcast this, what happened to the parents.  I think both should be charged with a crime and the mother sterlized.    While doing a little research on t…

Home Insecurity,Two privacy rulings hit us where we live.

Jacob Sullum | May 25, 2011 A few years ago, two police officers were chasing a crack dealer at a Lexington, Kentucky, apartment complex when they lost sight of him as he ducked into one of two units at the end of a breezeway. Detecting "a very strong odor of burnt marijuana" coming from the apartment on the left, they figured that must be the one, so they banged on the door and shouted, "Police!" Hearing "the sound of persons moving," the officers later reported, they feared evidence was being destroyed, so they kicked in the door. It turned out to be the wrong apartment, but inside the cops discovered a guest smoking pot and, during a "protective sweep" of the apartment, saw marijuana and cocaine powder "in plain view." A more thorough search turned up crack, cash, and drug paraphernalia.
So much for the alleged destruction of evidence. So much, too, for the doctrine that a man's home is his castle, not to be forcibly entered by …

High Court Upholds Arizona Law Penalizing Employers Over Illegal Immigrant Workers

WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court has sustained Arizona's law that penalizes businesses for hiring workers who are in the United States illegally, rejecting arguments that states have no role in immigration matters.
By a 5-3 vote, the court said Thursday that federal immigration law gives states the authority to impose sanctions on employers who hire unauthorized workers. he decision upholding the validity of the 2007 law comes as the state is appealing a ruling that blocked key components of a second, more controversial Arizona immigration enforcement law. Thursday's decision applies only to business licenses and does not signal how the high court might rule if the other law comes before it.
Chief Justice John Roberts, writing for a majority made up of Republican-appointed justices, said the Arizona's employer sanctions law "falls well within the confines of the authority Congress chose to leave to the states."
Justices Stephen Breyer, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Son…