Of course since the illegal alien apologists did something, somewhere, it’s got to get headline coverage in the Manassas News & Messenger, the paper that recently advocated that we consider relocating terrorists from Camp Delta at Guantanamo Bay to Northern Virginia. While that shameless promotion can be somewhat annoying, it is nonetheless informative, although in a way the News & Messenger certainly didn’t intend.
The story is all about the wild accolades given by the liberal crowd in Arlington for the “9500 Liberty” sham which seeks to capitalize on the drama created when Mexicans Without Borders spread wildly inaccurate stories among the Hispanic community that the Rule of Law Resolution was going to inevitably result in having the local police break down doors in the middle of the night and haul illegal aliens off to be deported. Tearful children whose parents were illegal showed up begging the Board of Supervisors not to deport their parents, as if the Board of Supervisors had any say in what federal law dictates, all to the delight of the liberal crowd that had their opportunity for their usual and wildly laughable claims of moral superiority. The piece lionizes our local chief law enforcement officer, who they are pleased with for trying to block at every turn the policies of the very elected officials who he indirectly reports to, and of course Woodbridge Supervisor Frank Principi. Unsurprisingly, Chief Deane and Supervisor Principi were in attendance at this screening to bask in the glow of their liberal illegal alien apologist supporters.
The screening of this film, named after the Mexica Movement adherent and civic vandal Gaudencio Fernandez, was a fundraiser for the “Legal Aid Justice Center” in Charlottesville, and so far no one has raised any questions about the propriety of having Deane and Principi attend. While this organization claims as their mission legal support for the poor and “immigrants” by helping to file lawsuits against those who unlawfully employ illegal aliens for not treating them nicely enough, it doesn’t seem as if Principi or Deane ever bothered to find out anything about this organization. Perhaps they did, and just didn’t care.
“We’re trying to elevate the issue of day labor in Northern Virginia, with the goal of increasing public awareness of the workers’ struggles and also trying to get local governments to come up with community solutions to the challenges and opportunities of day laborers gathering in their areas.” — Tim Frelich, Legal Aid Justice Center
National Public Radio interviewed a representative from the “Legal Aid Justice Center” by the name of Arnoldo Borja, who also goes by the name of Arnoldo Borjas. I’ve seen him a bunch of times, and on one occasion he seemed to take delight in chanting “Conquest” (as opposed to “Reconquista” or “Re-Conquest”) in front of the McCoart Building following a meeting of the Board of Supervisors in 2007. He’s also the hand-picked delegate from Mexicans Without Borders to the Zapatista Army of National Liberation, and on the Mexicans Without Borders website they proudly displayed this picture of him until the political backlash of doing so made it into their thick, anarchist, communist skulls:
Arnoldo is the guy behind the podium, according to the caption that had appeared on the Mexicans Without Borders website. He’s also on record for telling the EZLN that one of their main goals should be recruiting adherents outside of Mexico, something that one of the original founders of Mexicans Without Borders likened to establishing a “reserve army” in the United States that would reinforce the EZLN in case of renewed hostilities with the civil government in Mexico. This is just one of the beneficiaries of Chief Deane’s publicity tour.
Now I can understand to some degree Frank Principi, an elected official who carries water for Mexicans Without Borders and without a doubt is fully aware of who they are and what they stand for attending this event. Maybe he just doesn’t want to get re-elected. What really is unusual is Chief Charlie Deane supporting with at least his presence a fundraiser for an organization staffed by radical anarchists who have in the past engaged in armed insurrection against civil authorities in an attempt to foster a Marxist revolution. It’s not like this was some effort to engage the local community and inform them about the county’s police policies, where his presence might be considered legitimate public business. No, this was an event to ensure that extremist radicals like Arnoldo Borjas can get paid. Chief Deane apparently thinks working to that end is a valuable use of his time.
Recent Handiwork from our Anarchist/Communist friends…
I would imagine that the taxpayers, who expect the highest level of professional conduct from their top law enforcement officer in the county, might not agree that this was a wise choice for the Chief. At some point they’re going to start getting tired of this behavior, and it can’t be soon enough.
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