SOUTH AMERICAN DEMANDS A PIECE OF THE LA RAZA MEXICAN OCCUPATION IN AMERICA!
BARACK OBAMA HAS NOW SUED THREE AMERICAN STATES ON BEHALF OF HIS LA RAZA PART BASE. HE HAS FOUGHT ARIZONA ATTEMPTING TO PROTECT THEIR BORDERS FROM NARCOMEX. NEXT TO MEXICO CITY, THE CITY WITH THE LARGEST NUMBER OF MEXICAN KIDNAPPING IS PHOENIX. THE BIGGEST MEXICAN CAR THEFT CAPITAL IS ALSO PHOENIX.
THESE 16 COUNTRIES KNOW HOW WELL MEXICO’S OCCUPATION HAS WORKED. CALIFORNIA ALONE PUTS OUT $20 BILLION PER YEAR IN SOCIAL SERVICES TO ILLEGALS, OVERWHELMINGLY MEXICAN FLAG WAVERS. CA’s PRISONS ARE HALF FILLED WITH MEXICAN CRIMINALS. PREGNANT WOMEN AND CRIMINALS ARE TWO OF MEXICO’S BIGGEST EXPORTS.
ACCORDING TO THE CA ATTORNEY GENERAL KAMALA HARRIS, NEARLY HALF THE MURDERS IN CA ARE BY MEXICAN GANGS!
LOS ANGELES, WITH A LA RAZA SUPREMACIST RACIST, GLORIA MOLINA AS SUPERVISOR, PAYS OUT $600 MILLION PER YEAR IN WELFARE TO ILLEGALS. ONE-QUARTER IS FOR ANCHOR BABIES.
THERE ARE ONLY EIGHT STATES WITH A POPULATION GREATER THAN LOS ANGELES COUNTY WHERE HALF OF ALL JOBS ARE HELD BY ILLEGALS USING STOLEN SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS. DESPITE THE STAGGERING UNEMPLOYMENT IN CA, THE LA RAZA ELECTED GOV. JERRY BROWN SIGNED A BILL TO LAW THAT MAKES IT ILLEGAL FOR EMPLOYERS TO USE E-VERIFY.
VIVA LA RAZA? YOU VOTE TO BE MEXICO’S JOBS, WELFARE, PRISON AND DREAM ACT?
CURRENTLY THE LA RAZA DEMS ARE FIGHTING NOT ONLY FOR OPEN BORDERS, NO E-VERIFY, ANY AND ALL DREAM ACTS THAT WILL INDUCE MORE ILLEGALS TO CLIMB OUR BORDER AND JOBS, AND OPEN BORDERS.
IT’S NOT THAT THE DEMOCRAT PARTY, NOW THE PARTY OF LA RAZA “THE RACE” CARES ABOUT THE MILLIONS OF MEXICO’S EXPORTED POOR, THEY DON’T’ GIVE A F___ ABOUT AMERICA’S POOR! IT’S ALL ABOUT SERVICING THEIR CORPORATE PAYMASTER TO KEEP WAGES DEPRESSED!
LA RAZA SEN. S DIANNE FEINSTEIN AND BOXER HAVE NOW 3 TIMES PUSHED FOR A “SPECIAL AMNESTY” FOR ILLEGAL FARM WORKERS DESPITE THE FACT THE PEOPLE OF CA DO NOT WANT ANY SUCH AMNESTY. THEY PERPETRATE THIS “SPECIAL AMNESTY” ON BEHALF OF THEIR BIG AG BIZ DONORS WHO PAY SLAVE LABOR WAGES. ONE- THIRD OF ALL “CHEAP” LABOR ILLEGAL FARM WORKERS END UP ON WELFARE!
OH AND OBAMA DID LIE! ILLEGALS DO GET OBAMACARE! LA RAZA PELOSI AND OBAMA RIGGED THAT ONE AS THEY DO ALL THE TIME, MAKING IT ILLEGAL FOR HOSPITALS TO ASK A LA RAZA IF THEY’RE ILLEGAL! CALIFORNIA HOSPITALS, NOT REIMBURSED BY STATE LEGISLATURE, NOW CONTROLLED BY THE LA RAZA FACTION OF THE DEMOCRAT PARTY, PAY OUT $1.250 BILLION IN “FREE” MEDICAL FOR MEXICO’S EXPORT… THEIR POOR, PREGNANT AND DEMOCRAT VOTERS!
VIVA LA RAZA? IN ANOTHER VERY FEW YEARS, WE WILL ALL BE PUSHING 2 FOR ENGLISH, BE DEFENDING OURSELVES FROM MEXICAN GANGS, AND WATCH EVERY SINGLE JOB GO TO ILLEGALS!!! WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU SAW AN AMERICAN BORN NON-HISPANIC ON A CONSTRUCTION SITE???
November 8, 2011
South Carolina: 16 Countries Seek to Join Suit
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Sixteen Latin American and Caribbean countries have asked to join in the Justice’s Department’s lawsuit against South Carolina’s new illegal immigration law, citing concerns for their citizens. Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Honduras, Mexico and other countries filed papers Tuesday, asking to join the litigation in Charleston. The law would require law officers who make a traffic stop to call federal immigration officials if they suspect that someone is in the country illegally. Opponents say the measure would encourage racial profiling. The countries say the law would lead to state-sanctioned discrimination against their citizens.
ALIEN NATION: How America Submitted to the LA RAZA Invasion, Occupation & Gringo-paid Welfare State
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
THE TRAGEDY OF THE AMERICAN OCCUPATION
“The principal beneficiaries of our current immigration policy are affluent Americans who hire immigrants at substandard wages for low-end work. Harvard economist George Borjas estimates that American workers lose $190 billion annually in depressed wages caused by the constant flooding of the labor market at the low-wage end.”
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
from the May 28, 2009 edition - http://www.csmonitor.com/2009/0528/p09s01-coop.html
What will America stand for in 2050?
The US should think long and hard about the high number of Latino immigrants.
By Lawrence Harrison
PALO ALTO, CALIF.
President Obama has encouraged Americans to start laying a new foundation for the country – on a number of fronts. He has stressed that we'll need to have the courage to make some hard choices. One of those hard choices is how to handle immigration. The US must get serious about the tide of legal and illegal immigrants, above all from Latin America.
Nearly 25 Percent of Children Younger Than 5 Are Latino, Census Says
By N.C. AizenmanWashington Post Staff WriterThursday, May 1, 2008; A02
Hispanics, the nation's largest and fastest-growing minority group, now account for about one in four children younger than 5 in the United States, according to U.S. Census Bureau estimates released today.
The increase from almost one in five in 2000 has broad implications for governments, communities and schools nationwide, suggesting that the meteoric rise in the Hispanic population that demographers forecast for mid-century will occur even sooner among younger generations.
"Hispanics have both a larger proportion of people in their child-bearing years and tend to have slightly more children," said Jeffrey S. Passel, senior demographer at the Pew Hispanic Center and co-author of a recent study predicting that the Latino population will double from 15 percent today to 30 percent by 2050.
OBAMA’S ONLY JOBS PLAN IS CALLED AMNESTY!
Obama Administration Sues South Carolina
President Obama's Justice Department (DOJ) filed suit against the State of South Carolina Monday, alleging federal law preempts the State's recently passed immigration enforcement legislation. South Carolina's law, Act No. 69 (also known as Senate Bill 20), is broad in scope, containing several provisions similar to Arizona's SB 1070 and Alabama's HB 56. These provisions include making E-Verify mandatory for all employers, banning sanctuary city policies, and criminalizing the failure to comply with federal alien registration laws. As in its lawsuits against Arizona and Alabama, DOJ is seeking to enjoin the enforcement of the core provisions of the bill (Sections 4, 5, 6, and 15).
The first provision the DOJ is seeking to enjoin is Section 4, which makes it a felony for an individual (including an illegal alien) to transport or harbor an illegal alien in order to avoid apprehension or detection by state or federal authorities. Lawmakers specifically carved out an exception for religious institutions and social service programs such as soup kitchens and crisis counseling centers. Here, the DOJ argues that criminalizing this conduct is a regulation of the "conditions of entry and residence of aliens" and that only the "political branches" of the federal government — not the States or Federal Judiciary — can do so. (See DOJ Compl. ¶ 41) Thus, the DOJ claims that Section 4 is preempted by federal law because it "conflicts with and otherwise stands as an obstacle" to Congress' system of penalties for the transportation and harboring of illegal aliens. (Id. at ¶ 42) The DOJ also claims that enforcement of Section 4 will also be subject to prosecutorial discretion and statutory interpretation at the state level, which it argues will undermine federal enforcement "priorities and strategies." (Id.)
The second provision the DOJ seeks to enjoin is Section 5, which makes it a misdemeanor for an illegal alien to fail to comply with federal registration requirements while in the State. Federal statute already requires — and has done so for decades— that all aliens register with the government and carry their alien registration certificate or receipt card. (See 8 U.S.C. § 1304) The DOJ complaint argues that because the federal government already has an alien registration scheme, any attempt by South Carolina to enter this "field" is preempted by federal law. (See DOJ Compl. ¶ 46) As with Section 4, the DOJ argues that enforcement by the State of its own registration statutes would create State priorities that would conflict with those of the federal government. (Id. at ¶ 47) The DOJ also argues the penalty schemes set out in the South Carolina law do not mirror federal law, but does not detail the alleged differences. (Id.)
The third provision the DOJ is attempting to enjoin is Section 6, which contains two relevant parts. One portion of Section 6 the DOJ opposes requires State and local law enforcement officers to make a reasonable effort to ascertain the immigration status of those the officer lawfully stops, detains, investigates, or arrests for a criminal offense if the officer has reasonable suspicion to believe the person is unlawfully present. (Act No. 69 at § 6(A)). Persons providing a valid driver's license or picture ID issued by South Carolina or another state, a picture ID issued by the U.S., or a tribal photo identification are presumed to be lawfully present. (Id. at § 6(B)(1)) The DOJ argues that this portion of Section 6 is preempted at least three different ways.
• First, the DOJ claims that Congress has clearly expressed its intent that State and local government officers may participate in identifying and apprehending unlawfully present aliens only in cooperation with federal officials and thus cannot do so on its own because doing so would conflict with the federal government's priorities. (See DOJ Compl. ¶ 52)
• Next, the DOJ argues that the provision would significantly increase the number of immigration verification requests submitted to the federal government, forcing DHS to shift resources away from its stated priorities. (Id. at ¶ 53)
• Lastly, the DOJ argues that the provision would frustrate Congress' objective of protecting the personal liberties of law-abiding aliens because it would allegedly create a significant risk of harassment of lawfully present aliens and U.S. citizens. (Id. at ¶ 54)
The DOJ makes the same arguments against the other provision in Section 6 (which criminalizes displaying or possessing a false picture ID for the purpose of proving lawful presence) as it does against Sections 5 and 15 ( which makes it a felony to make, issue, sell (or offer to) false IDs for illegal aliens). Again, here the DOJ argues these sections are preempted because: (1) the federal government has already enacted a complete scheme for regulating the registration of aliens and therefore any attempt by the State to enter this "field" is preempted by federal law; (2) enforcement by the State of its own immigration laws would conflict with the Obama Administration's enforcement priorities; and (3) the penalties imposed differ from federal law.
The Justice Department's lawsuit comes on the heels of an American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) suit against South Carolina alleging the statute violates Fourth Amendment search and seizure protections, as well as the Fourteenth Amendment's Due Process and Equal Protection clauses. (See FAIR Legislative Update, Oct. 17, 2011) "It definitely puts a spotlight on the issue and heightens our arguments," Andre Segura, an attorney with the ACLU's immigrants' rights project, said Monday of the DOJ's lawsuit. (Fox News, Nov. 1, 2011)
South Carolina Attorney General, Alan Wilson, however, has vowed to fight for his State's immigration law. "We're trying to help the federal government do something that they are incapable of or failing to do right now and that's enforce immigration," he said. (WACH FOX News, Nov. 1, 2011)Governor Nikki Haley also supports the legislation. "What we are saying is this state can no longer afford to support people that don't come here the right way," she said in June while signing the bill into law. "And we are now going to do something about it." (Id.)
The law is scheduled to go into effect January 2012. South Carolina is the third state to be sued by the Obama Administration for enacting immigration enforcement legislation.