Driving liberals, dhimmis and illegal alien apologists absolutely insane since 2005...


By Greg L | 28 June 2006 | Zapatistas, 50th HOD District | 10 Comments

As part of her membership on the Social Justice Committee at the Bull Run Universalist Unitarians, the Democtratic nominee for the 50th District of the House of Delegates Jeanette Rishell organized a “Split the Plate” fundraiser that donated $370 to the Woodbridge Worker’s Committee in November, 2005. This relationship between the BRUU Social Justice Committee and WWC is ongoing, and Ms. Rishell has been active in lobbying the Manassas City Council to prevent effective zoning ordinances and enforcement activities aimed at reducing overcrowding in conjunction with the WWC.

So what is the Woodbridge Worker’s Committee? it’s a project of an organization called Mexicanos Sin Fronteras (Mexicans Without Borders), and a visit to their website shows they are an organization dedicated to agitating for the “Legalization of ALL the undocumented immigrants!”, or as I prefer to more accurately describe them, “illegal aliens”. They also claim that they are at war with the City of Manassas. Mexicanos Sin Fronteras was a key player in the illegal immigrant protests in DC a few months back, and is lead by Macrina Cardenas, who is also a leader in ANSWER (Act Now to Stop War & Racism) and the Mexico Solidarity Network.

Here’s what the New American has to say about Mexicans Without Borders and it’s leadership:

“Likewise for another militant comrade in ANSWER’s top leadership, Macrina Cardenas, head of Mexicans Without Borders, who is one of the often-quoted spokespersons for the illegal alien demonstrations. Cardenas has aligned her organization with the communist EZLN “Zapatista Army” of Mexico and has marched in solidarity with EZLN chief “Subcommandante Marcos.” Cardenas refers to her forces as a “reserve army” within the United States.”

Emiliano Zapata is apparently a big hero for the MSF/WWC and is featured on thir banners and website. This bandit is the poster boy of the Azatlan and Reconquista movements which seeks to “reconquer” large swaths of the Southwestern United States and return it to Mexican sovereignty. Among the Zapatistas we find such cultural luminaries as Pancho Villa, and Subcommandante Marcos and Commandanta Ramona of the communist EZLN. The links between MSF, ANSWER, the Zapatista movement, and the Reconquistas runs deep and wide, sharing leadership, membership, and presumably financing.

All we know at this point is that Jeanette Rishell actively fundraises and lobbies for an organization that seeks to grant amnesty to illegal immigrants and impose a communist government on indigenous Mexicans. The connection between the Woodbridge Workers Committee and the folks who want to hand over large parts of the US to Mexico is more tenuous but logically reasonable. Who would want to funnel money to these folks is beyond me.

Sure doesn’t sound like “moderate in the mold of Harry Parrish” to me. I can’t wait to see who is giving this campaign money.

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  1. A Citizen of Manassas said on 28 Jun 2006 at 11:06 pm:
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    Wow, she is even more of a far-left wing nut then I thought. Really, if Jackson does not win this election by a landslide……..

  2. Greg L said on 29 Jun 2006 at 12:12 am:
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    She has been trying to keep her activities quiet and is hiding behind campaign platitudes, but the discipline of the Dojo of BVBL is to root out all the facts that candidates might rather see kept buried. Although she seems like a fine person, her values and beliefs are in stark contrast to the picture she presents of herself in her campaign. That’s not right.

    She can either be proud of what she does and take credit for it, or it will all be exposed. I think it’ll take some exposing.

    Stay tuned, and if you’d like to follow the trail by all means join in!

  3. Anonymous said on 29 Jun 2006 at 8:52 am:
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    I would say that she is allowed to have whatever views she wants. She needs to make a distinction, however, between the views she supports personally, those of her party (who are unlikely to support the views of Mexicans without Borders) and those of the community that she hopes to represent. They are three vastly different things, but they need to be reconciled.

  4. A Citizen of Manassas said on 29 Jun 2006 at 10:01 am:
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    IIRC, the Dems in the Senate voted for the amnesty bill, and Kaine seems to support illegals. So, are her views really out of step with those of her party?


    I am right there with you, though I am waiting to receive marching orders…

  5. Anonymous said on 29 Jun 2006 at 10:31 am:
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    Warner is a dem in the Senate..

  6. Anonymous said on 29 Jun 2006 at 11:09 am:
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    “I can’t wait to see who is giving this campaign money.”

    To what end? Are you concerned with every individual or promenient ones? Do you plan on posting a list of donors? I am really curious about that. I was seriously thinking about donating to both campaigns to do my part to ensure that they have the money needed to reach out to every voter. But if I get posted on some blog’s shit list, that’s not cool.

  7. A Citizen of Manassas said on 29 Jun 2006 at 11:11 am:
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    He acts like it at times. He was one of a very few Repubs to suppor the Bill. It enjoys much more support among Dems. Regardless, the Dems have steaked out a pro-illegal immigration platform.

    So, as I said her views are not that much different than her parties.

  8. Anonymous said on 29 Jun 2006 at 11:12 am:
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    “I can’t wait to see who is giving this campaign money.”

    What do you mean by that? Are you going to out every donor on your blog so day laborers can be directed to their door to look for work? Or just promenient people or those donate a certain amount of money?

  9. Anonymous said on 29 Jun 2006 at 12:05 pm:
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    http://www.opensecrets.org lets you see who gave how much to what candidate.

    As far as Warner goes, he’s lost my vote and I will continually remind people that he voted for the shamnesty bill.

    I won’t forget in two years.

  10. Spank That Donkey said on 9 Jul 2006 at 3:28 pm:
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    It’s amazing the freedom that hispanics exercise here in the US, compared to if they ever dared to try this in a South or Central American country.

    She of course is free to do so, but to lead your people towards the party of government dependence vs. the party that promotes self reliance, and growth of wealth?

    Who sent her Hugo Chavez?

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