Making Plans for Illegal Alien Day
Michelle Malkin has the exclusive.
Courtesy of an inside tipster at the LA Unified School District, I've obtained documents showing the public school teachers and officials' plans in advance of the Monday illegal alien boycott. (Click on each page for full-size PDF).Michelle's got notices regarding the May 1st pro-illegal rally, plus letters to teachers/staff and parents.
The teachers' union (UTLA - United Teachers of Los Angeles) gives out obligatory warnings not to abandon the classroom without a good excuse--wink-wink, nudge-nudge--and then voices its opposition for the Sensenbrenner immigration enforcement bill. The warning wraps up with endorsement of pro-illegal alien activities taking place Monday afternoon.
And, as if that's not enough, she also got her hands on an e-mail from La Voz de Aztlan that will rock your world. Here's an excerpt (emphasis is mine):
URGENT ALERT: From The Revolutionary Council andProvisional Government of Aztlan
April 26, 2006
Estimada Raza de Aztlan and Beyond,
Our Director of Special Intelligence Services has broughtto our attention disturbing information that threatens thesafety of our families. This information requires that weprepare a defense strategy to protect our communities.
Due to the recent large demonstrations of our people inmajor cities in occupied Anahuac, extremist European invaders are preparing violent actions against us. They are expected to use physical violence in the upcoming marches and rallies planned for May 1, 2006 and we must take steps to protect our families.
The Director of Special Intelligence Services has reliable information that anti-Mexican forces in Aztlan and in certain other area of Anahuac, are preparing to utilize explosives and snipers to kill our people. We urge our community to arm themselves to protect our families.
Hundred of thousands of people who are here illegally being called to take to our streets -- armed -- to make demands on our country. Do we have to actually wait for there to be blood in the streets from this shit before our government will do something about it? The scary part is that I'm not even sure they will do anything to stop it after it turns horribly violent.Monday is going to be a very interesting day, indeed.