As the open borders crowd works overtime to hawk the “9500 Liberty” propaganda film, it’s a good time to revisit the organizations and policies they are supporting with this effort. The protest by Gaudencio Fernandez at the corner of Prince William and Liberty Streets in Manassas, which figures prominently in this film, was the product of his collaboration with the Mexica Movement and organization that espouses ethnic cleansing and racial superiority of the “Nian Tlaca” people. The resistance to the Rule of Law Resolution, which has been upheld in the courts, was lead by an organization originally founded as the Zapatista Committee of the Knitted Cap”, and now calls itself “Mexicans Without Borders.” That organization is formally aligned with the Zapatista Army of National Liberation, an anarchist paramilitary group that maintains an uneasy truce with the Mexican government after an armed conflict in the 90’s.
While the film does yeoman’s work to support arguments that citizens concerned about the impacts of illegal immigration in their community were nothing but racists, the film fails to mention at all the actual avowed racist and radical motivations of the individuals they cast as heroes. While it’s fine for Gaudencio Fernandez to advocate the forced expulsion of American citizens from their own country so non-Americans can seize their land and property, anyone expressing concern about twelve million or more foreign nationals breaking our laws and burdening our communities is evil. Nice double standard, so typical of the left.
I wonder if anyone will ever be able to get Byler and Park to explain why they’re so blind to racism when exhibited by some, and so eager to cast as racists anyone who is legitimately concerned about residential overcrowding, gang violence, identity fraud, unlicensed drivers, and a host of other problems associated with the unlawful presence of illegal aliens. There’s probably some nice-sounding explanation for it, probably falling along the lines of ‘everyone is equal, but some are more equal than others.’
At least there’s someone standing up for Americans.
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