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Who Can We Expect To Protest?

By Greg L | 11 October 2006 | Zapatistas, Manassas City, Prince William County | 3 Comments

Several localities are considering participation in the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Section 287(g) Program, including Manassas and Prince William County. Within the next several weeks I expect to see staff reccomendations and public hearings on the matter, and inevitably there will be participation in the debate by some organizations which are devoted to protecting the interests of illegal aliens. It’s important to understand these organizations, their leadership and their agendas so that when localities consider their arguments they can be properly evaluated.

In the Prince William County area we can expect to see Mexicanos Sin Fronteras (and their subsidiary the Woodbridge Worker’s Committee) show up as they did in January 2005 at Manassas City Hall. When they show up, make sure to point out what this group’s agenda really is.

We don’t want half measures. We demand an amnesty, the immediate and unconditional legalization of the 12 million undocumented workers who lived and work in this country

I would also expect Jeanette Rishell to participate and provide her typically wonky commentary regarding some obscure potential “unintended consequences” which might arise if we actually try to deal with the problem of illegal immigration. Make sure to thank her for organizing fundraising for Mexicanos Sin Fronteras if you get a chance, as well as doing everything she can to prevent Manassas from addressing this problem.

I would also expect Unity In The Community to show up, which has ties to the DC Zapatistas and the Woodbridge Worker’s Committee through former director John Steinbach. In the center of the photo below is Mr. Steinbach:

Other organizations which might appear are the Mexico Solidarity Network, which is closely tied with Mexicanos Sin Fronteras, A.N.S.W.E.R, and the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN). These are the fine folks who wear ski masks all the time, engage in acts of terrorism inside Mexico, and are lead by someone called “Subcommandante Marcos”.

As more information becomes available regarding organizations which would oppose our attempts to deal with the effects of illegal immigration, I’ll let you know.

UPDATE: Apparently Mr. Steinbach is harmless, as a reader advises that he is a substitute teacher at Metz Middle School in Manassas. You can’t be a wackjob like this and be a teacher, right?

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  1. Maureeen Wood said on 11 Oct 2006 at 9:56 pm:
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    I get so ticked off when I hear these people spout about rights for illegal’s. Some Americans are so worried about the rights of people who come to our country uninvited and unwanted, it makes you wonder what they are all about.

    Mexicanos Sin Fronteras is one scary, radical group, and it amazes me that anyone would listen to their garbage.

    Greg, you are right that everyone should know what this group stands for. This is the same group that claims that we stole California, Arizona and New Mexico from Mexico and they are going to take it back. One way to do that is to get amnesty for the millions of illegals that are here. They then want them to be able to vote and have their agenda pushed down America’s throat.

    I could go on and on about this and their agenda, but I would have to write a book. I’m just to busy to do that right now.

  2. anonymous said on 12 Oct 2006 at 3:47 pm:
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    Unfortunately, the people who haven’t been paying attention–and that’s lots of them–think it’s still just a case of people here to “do the jobs Americans don’t want to do”.

  3. anonymous said on 12 Oct 2006 at 4:16 pm:
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    Regarding the update– Substitute teachers, wherever and whenever I have had the occasion to see them in action, are little more than babysitters.

    Very little “teaching” goes on when there is a substitute.

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