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    Beaners, Wetbacks, Browns & Other Border Hoppers

    by Martian Linseed (Posted Sun, 13 Dec 2009 05:40:33 +0000)
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    http://whitenationalist.org/forum/sh...=1238#post1238
    http://stumbleinn.net/forum/showthre...d=1#post222513
    http://cpm.freehostia.com/forum/show...ted=1#post2756
    viewtopic.php?f=4&t=1108&p=4898#p4898
    http://forum.christogenea.org/viewtopic ... p=976#p976
    http://www.pastorlindstedt.org/forum/vi ... 2528#p2528


    The big news of the past few weeks has been ZOG's show trials of its discarded rat Hal Turner and Bill White. Both show trials involve reining in whigger nutsionalist blowhards who live in a time wherein the paper 'protections' of the CONstipation and Bill of Goods are essentially discarded by regime criminals doing whatever they please as they loot the ZOGland and the ZOGling whigger herd animals.

    Having looted the ZOGland and made it so that whiggers no longer can feed theysselfs -- much less the alien jew, nigger and beaner parasites -- the [d]ruling regime criminals are scared ****less that there is somewhere another Robespierre, Lenin, Stalin or especially a Hitler to rid the White People of the entire class of regime-criminal parasites who have brought them to the verge of dispossession in their own country. These parasites understand that when the People rebel that there will be no mercy extended to them simply because those who would rule in the name of the People must permit no leaven of corruption left in order to do the harsh and stern things necessary to remove those who would feast upon the People. An entirely clean slate is what is necessary, not a corrupt pretend 'reform' of the Babylonian System of Evil. When the slate is wiped clean, no dissent steeped in sanctimoniousness will be tolerated, for it was toleration of evil and calling it good by regime criminals and baal-priests which has brought this formerly White nation to its current degraded state.

    So the entire bowel Movement is full of ZOG false-fronts leading whigger fools in circles. Given that since it is a dygenic Movement of largely sheep-like whiggers lead by criminals and fools, what difference does it make when a few dispensable rats and fools surplus to ZOG's efforts are sacrificed in order to put fear into ZOGlings that ZOG has redrawn the line in the toilet-paper 'protections' of the CONstipation and Bill of Goods?

    Having never had anything to do with Hal Turner other than peripherally through the idiotic Sci-Fi Faber, who is likely another ZOG rat, and since even the stupidest whigger sort of caught on that Hal Turner wasn't legit, the fact that Hal Turner is facing trial in a ZOG-kort even though Turner is a disposable rat, really means nothing except as an object lesson to other traitors, rats and snitches. If ZOG is willing to use you and then claim that you exceeded your permissible lies and provocations and as a rat and then try you for exceeding your bounds, then what of it? Even if the show-trial is not a complete farce who cares whether the Hal Turner rat is destroyed or merely used up and cast aside? Hal Turner has as much chance of getting back into the Bowel Movement as . . . . TraitorGlenn Miller.

    Of course the Hal Turner show trial may well be suspect. It ended up with a hung jewry deadlocked with the majority for acquittal 9-3. So a new show-trial is to be held on March 1, 2010. There is no guarantee that any corrupt verdict ZOG may gain from a stacked jewry will stand, but the whole process of dragging people in a ZOG kort is to wear them away into inability to further fight and to make an example of those who would dare fight. Thus a ZOG kort is never what it pretends to be, namely an instrument of justice against ordinary criminals but rather a means of legitimizing terrorism practiced against the People by connected regime criminals. Thus the result shows both the weakness of ZOG in that it cannot accomplish what it set out to do even with both thumbs upon the scales, yet at the same time that it is too corrupt to take the result with equinamity. There is nothing which makes ZOG an object of derision more than the fact that it can't win outright even in its own criminal regime kangaroo korts, because this is no way to run a railroad.

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    Beaners, Wetbacks, Spics & Other Border Hoppers

    Subject: LA Times Article

    This is only one State................If this doesn't open eyes, nothing will!

    Quote Originally Posted by From the L. A. Times
    1. 40% of all workers in L. A. County ( L. A. County has 10.2 million people) are working for cash and not paying taxes.
    This is because they are predominantly illegal immigrants working without a green card.
    2. 95% of warrants for murder in Los Angeles are for illegal aliens.
    3. 75% of people on the most wanted list in Los Angeles are illegal aliens.
    4. Over 2/3 of all births in Los Angeles County are to illegal alien Mexicans on Medi-Cal, whose births were paid for by taxpayers.
    5. Nearly 35% of all inmates in California detention centers are Mexican nationals here illegally.
    6.. Over 300,000 illegal aliens in Los Angeles County are living in garages.
    7... The FBI reports half of all gang members in Los Angeles are most likely illegal aliens from south of the border.
    8 Nearly 60% of all occupants of HUD properties are illegal.
    9 21 radio stations in L. A. are Spanish speaking.
    10. In L.. A. County 5.1 million people speak English, 3.9 million speak Spanish.. (There are 10.2 million people in L. A.. County.)
    (All 10 of the above facts were published in the Los Angeles Times)

    Less than 2% of illegal aliens are picking our crops, but 29% are on welfare. Over 70% of the United States ' annual population growth(and over 90% of California , Florida , and New York ) results from immigration. 29% of inmates in federal prisons are illegal aliens.

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    Re: Beaners, Wetbacks, Spics & Other Border Hoppers

    Beaners are a plague in Florida
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    Re: Beaners, Wetbacks, Spics & Other Border Hoppers

    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel View Post
    Beaners are a plague in Florida
    So true. They spread like locusts and breed like rabbits.

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    Twelve More States Want an Immigration Law Like Arizona's

    By James Buchanan Less than two weeks after Arizona passed an immigration law giving its police the authority to arrest illegal aliens,...

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    Re: Twelve More States Want an Immigration Law Like Arizona's

    It was a serious mistake to ever allow non whites in America, which YHWH meant to be a nation of white Israelites

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    Re: Twelve More States Want an Immigration Law Like Arizona's

    DOESN'T THE CONSTITUTION STATE THAT THE UNITED STATES IS OBLIGATED TO REPEL INVASIONS?? CONGRESS SITS ON THEIR ASSES TRYING TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO SPEND MORE MONEY TO BANKRUPT THIS COUNTRY OUT OF EXISTENCE. WOULDN'T IT BE A GOOD TIME FOR IMPEACHMENTS - REMOVAL FROM OFFICES - AND TAKE AWAY THEIR PENSIONS???

    ARTICLE. I.
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    The Congress shall have Power To... To provide for calling forth the Militia to execute the Laws of the Union, suppress Insurrections and repel Invasions; (MY EMPHASIS)


    I think that it can be easily be assumed that we are being invaded by Mexico. Good reason - THE MEXICAN GOVERNMENT HAS DONE NOTHING TO CURTAIN THIS UNLAWFUL ACTION. IN FACT, THEY ARE BITCHING ABOUT THE ARIZONA LAW JUST PASSED.

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    Re: Twelve More States Want an Immigration Law Like Arizona's

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    Hispanic is NOT a race. Mestizos have NO race. They are RACELESS. I will let everyone else including them decide whether or not that is bad. I don't care. I am just sick of everyone acting as if being "Hispanic" is a specific RACIAL category. Ugh!

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    Re: Twelve More States Want an Immigration Law Like Arizona's

    Quote Originally Posted by Solomon View Post
    Hispanic is NOT a race. Mestizos have NO race. They are RACELESS. I will let everyone else including them decide whether or not that is bad. I don't care. I am just sick of everyone acting as if being "Hispanic" is a specific RACIAL category. Ugh!
    Utah lawmaker Stephen Sandstrom to draft immigration bill similar to Arizona's

    It is time that the STATES took back their States Rights.

    Tell the Feds to take their carrot and stick grants and *funds* and put them where the sun don't shine.

    Every dollar that the Feds have used to bribe the states has come from the PEOPLE of the individual States - not from some Federal citizens tax group. All that money was TAKEN from the People of the individual States by the Feds - then after taking the cream off the op the Feds then acted as if they were being ever so charitable and held out some *Federal FUNDS* or grants for some project - all with chains attached making the States in debt to the Feds. What a CROCK of *PELOSI* that whole game has been. When will people realize how they have been CONNED by a bunch of greedy politicians. It is the same PONZI game played in the housing mortgages and banking industry.

    WGEN readers have seen the results of the Poll in Texas with 90% in favor of having a law in TEXAS like the one in Arizona. All that law is is a rewrite of the national immigration law. Let us make sure that the States who pass this law don't ignore it as the Feds have done. ENFORCEMENT is THE KEY. A law is nothing but a joke if it isn't enforced.

    This has been the mantra of the political power brokers so far: “If you know you can’t compete, you may have to practice deceit.” ... unk

    This is one way to take America back short of outright revolution and bloodshed.

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    http://www.deseretnews.com/article/7...-Arizonas.html

    Utah lawmaker Stephen Sandstrom to draft immigration bill similar to Arizona's
    By Arthur Raymond

    Deseret News
    Published: Monday, April 26, 2010 10:32 p.m. MDT
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    The political and legal fallout now plaguing Arizona after that state's passage of one of the nation's toughest new immigration laws could soon be headed for Utah.

    Arizona's SB1070, signed into law Friday by Gov. Jan Brewer, calls for, in part, all local law enforcement officers to ask for immigration status documents "whenever there is reasonable suspicion that the person is unlawfully present."

    Rep. Stephen Sandstrom, R-Orem, told the Deseret News Monday he's started work on drafting a bill for the 2011 Utah legislative session that uses the Arizona statute as a model ¬ a move he said is necessary to stanch the flow of illegal immigrants into the Beehive State.

    "It is imperative that we pass similar legislation here in Utah," Sandstrom said. "In the past, when we've seen tougher legislation in Arizona … a lot of illegal immigrants just move here."

    While critics of the bill say it will lead to racial profiling and likely makes inroads into rights protected under the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, Sandstrom said it's no different from enforcement policy local police officers already use.

    "If you get pulled over for driving intoxicated, what's the first thing the officer asks for?" Sandstrom said. "Your ID, right? This is the same thing, the same work police officers are already doing … asking for documentation that relates to probable cause."

    That law enforcement inquiry is one that American Civil Liberties Union of Utah director Karen McCreary said is unacceptable.

    "This Arizona statute amounts to requiring the carrying of 'papers,' " McCreary said. "We just don't do that in America."

    McCreary said there are a number of aspects of the new Arizona law that are troubling.

    "There are a lot of provisions that raise issues that are unconstitutional on their face, violate the supremacy clause, contradict current Arizona law," McCreary said. "There is some real basis for challenging this."

    McCreary said her colleagues at the ACLU of Arizona are already preparing for a lawsuit aimed at stopping implementation of the law, in conjunction with a variety of civil rights and immigrant advocate groups.

    Sandstrom said while he will use the Arizona statute as a basis for his proposal, he is aware of the issues being raised against the new law and will work to build in protections for individuals' rights in his Utah version.

    "I don't want anyone to be under the impression that this is targeting a specific group of people," Sandstrom said. "That's an aspect I want to make sure has nothing to do with this bill."

    Utah Sen. Curt Bramble, R-Provo, who was in Washington, D.C., last week meeting with federal officials on immigration reform as part of a National Conference of State Legislators task force, said Monday that how Arizona plans on putting the law into practice could be the biggest unanswered question

    "I don't think anybody can say how implementation will work," Bramble said. "What additional burden this places on local law enforcement and individual citizens remains unknown."

    Bramble said placing new immigration enforcement responsibilities on already overburdened law enforcement agencies could lead to redirecting efforts away from priority police issues like violent crime and drug trafficking, both in Arizona and here in Utah if a similar law is put into place. Bramble also said he had concerns about constitutional infringements under the new immigration rules.

    "I spoke to the president of the Arizona Senate in St. Louis last week," Bramble said. "He couldn't tell me what the practical solution was to balancing due process and probable cause under the new statute without intruding on citizens' civil rights."

    Utah Gov. Gary Herbert wasn't ready to weigh in on Sandstrom's proposal without seeing the language of the bill, but his spokeswoman, Angie Welling, said the governor understood the burden being placed on states to impose their own statutes in lieu of immigration reform at the federal level.

    "At this point, it is premature to discuss the potential effects of legislation that has not yet been drafted or presented to the governor for review," Welling said. "Gov. Herbert understands the interest in addressing illegal immigration and its impact on individual states, particularly in light of the federal government's inaction on the issue."

    Rep. Rebecca Chavez-Houck, D-Salt Lake City, said it is far too early for Utah to be following in the footsteps of its southern neighbor.

    "Some of my colleagues act like my teenagers when the latest electronic gadgets come out," Chavez-Houck said. "They have to buy it immediately without seeing if it works or people are happy with it."

    "Despite the fact that most constitutional experts believe SB1070 is very constitutionally problematic, for some reason Utahns have to jump on the bandwagon, posthaste."

    Chavez-Houck said the state would be much better served to wait and see how Arizona, and its new law, fares before considering similar legislation.

    As for Sandstrom, he believes the timing is perfect for bringing a new, more stringent regulation online in Utah to combat the influx of illegal immigrants into the state, and he said he's received a flood of e-mails from Utahns who agree.

    "I can tell you this," Sandstrom said. "The people in the state of Utah will be behind this bill."
    http://www.deseretnews.com/article/7...-Arizonas.html

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    17 States Now Filing Versions of Arizona's Immigration Bill

    From the Americans for Legal Immigration website.

    17 States Now Filing Versions of Arizona's Immigration Bill SB 1070

    May 21, 2010

    For National Release

    CONTACT: Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC)
    (866) 703-0864 WilliamG@alipac.us
    www.alipac.us

    One of America's national organizations fighting against illegal immigration is announcing that 17 states are now filing versions of Arizona's SB 1070 law which is designed to help local police enforce America's existing immigration laws.

    Numerous national and local polls indicated that 60-81% of Americans support local police enforcing immigration laws.

    "Our national network of activists have been working overtime trying to help the state of Arizona and the brave Arizonans who have passed this bill," said William Gheen, President of Americans for Legal Immigration PAC. "Arizona no longer stands alone and we have now documented state lawmakers filing, or announcing they will file, versions of the Arizona bill in seventeen states! We will not stop until all states are protected from invasion as required by the US Constitution."

    ALIPAC has documented the following 17 states are following Arizona's lead in response to citizen pressure.

    ARKANSAS, IDAHO, INDIANA, MARYLAND, MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA, MISSOURI, NEBRASKA, NEVADA, NEW JERSEY, OHIO, OKLAHOMA, PENNSYLVANIA, RHODE ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA, TEXAS, UTAH

    Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) has helped to pass some form of immigration enforcement legislation in over 30 states, while the group has also gained a national reputation for defeating legislation designed to give licenses, in-state tuition, and other taxpayer benefits to illegal aliens in 20 states.

    ALIPAC's President, William Gheen is a former campaign consultant, Legislative Assistant, state lobbyist, and Assistant Sgt-At-Arms staffer in North Carolina who has turned his local experiences into a political battle plan by driving the national operations of ALIPAC.

    "The Federal government has been hijacked by special interests that are neglectful of their duties and even hostile towards the rightful citizens of America," said William Gheen. "It is incumbent upon our states to protect American lives, property, jobs, wages, security, and health, when the Executive Branch fails to honor its Constitutional responsibility to do so by enforcing our existing border and immigration laws."

    Americans for Legal Immigration PAC lobbied state lawmakers and AZ Governor Jan Brewer to pass SB 1070, which strictly prohibits racial profiling while empowering local police officers to enforce immigration laws.

    ALIPAC's activists have been working for almost four weeks now to encourage state lawmakers across the nation to file versions of SB 1070, to help alleviate boycotts and other political antagonism towards Arizona. Citizen activist are being asked to call, e-mail, visit, and fax their state lawmakers to encourage them to support existing SB 1070 type bills or to file them as soon as possible.

    For a list of the 17 states joining Arizona's push for this kind of legislation, and to view the associated documentation, please visit our tracking link for updated information at....
    http://www.alipac.us/ftopict-196989.html

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