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Friday, July 14, 2006

Another Amnesty March in Chicago Next Week

Looks like the pro-ILLEGAL immigration crowd has plans for more terrorism activism in Chicago next week.

Source: Chicago Tribune

Grass-roots organizers are planning another major immigration march in Chicago next week, hoping a third massive showing in the streets of the Loop will bring new momentum to stalled efforts to liberalize immigration laws.


Four months ago, tens of thousands of marchers followed that same path, a dramatic mobilization that brought demands for legalization of illegal immigrants to the forefront nationwide.
Demands. That's the word that jumps out at me here: demands. Not "we made a mistake, please forgive us." Not "we broke your laws, but we promise not to do it again." We're here. We're not leaving. You can't make us. We demand legalization -- AMNESTY.

We use words like invasion and war around here a lot when it comes to illegal immigration. How about terrorism? How does that word grab ya?


The unlawful use or threatened use of force or violence by a person or an organized group against people or property with the intention of intimidating or coercing societies or governments, often for ideological or political reasons.
Remember, if you will, the terms force, organized group, and intimidating as you read the following from CBS2 Chicago, also regarding next week's planned march:

"They're separating our families. They're deporting people. They're bringing sanctions on the employers," said Ema Lozano with Center Without Borders. "They're not going to change! We need to force their hand. That's why we take the streets."
I was recently accused by a very weasel-like anarchist of "thinking we're already at war" over ILLEGAL immigration.

"They're not going to change! We need to force their hand. That's why we take the streets."
You bet your ass I think we're at war.

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