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Border War At GMU

By Greg L | 25 May 2010 | Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 5 Comments

I’ve been eager to see the film Border War, and GMU decided to screen it and invite me to participate in a post-screening discussion.  Since this is put on with Unity In The Community, I can only imagine what that discussion is going to look like.  If you’ve got some time this evening not only does this promise to be a tremendous film, but the back-and-forth afterwards should be quite entertaining.

Details below the fold…

Please join us on Tuesday, May 25, at 6:30pm, for the Immigration and Human Rights Film Series presentation of BORDER WAR: THE BATTLE OVER ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION and the short film, ON THE LINE, at Prince William Campus. At the conclusion of the screening, Help Save Manassas President, Greg Letiecq, and Caroline Brown, director of ON THE LINE, join us for the post-film discussion.

According to the film’s producers, BORDER WAR documents the lives of five individuals affected by the massive rise in illegal immigration - primarily through the porous US southern border with Mexico. ON THE LINE focuses on the The Minutemen Civil Defense Corps, a group whose mission is to secure the U.S. border.

For your information, here’s a review of the details:

Event: Immigration and Human Film Rights Film Series presents: BORDER WAR: THE BATTLE OVER ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION and the short film ON THE LINE
Date: Tuesday, May 25th
Time: 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Location: Occoquan Building, Verizon Auditorium, Prince William Campus

Films are free and open to public with snacks and refreshments provided. Free parking is available in the Occoquan Parking Lot. Take the Prince William Shuttle for transportation between the Fairfax and Prince William Campuses. For the Prince William Shuttle schedule, please visit http://shuttle.gmu.edu/pwshuttle.htm

The series is sponsored by University Life - Prince William Campus and Unity in the Community.

For more information, please contact University Life, Rabia Ghani, rghani@gmu.edu



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5 Comments

  1. Loudoun Insider said on 25 May 2010 at 8:54 am:
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    Good luck! I wouldn’t expect a warm welcome!

  2. Daniel Davies said on 25 May 2010 at 9:44 am:
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    I would love to be there for the movies and the discussion, but we have teh LCRC meeting tonight.

  3. Greg L said on 25 May 2010 at 10:45 pm:
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    It was a pretty uneventful evening. The Border War movie was excellent — I highly recommend it to anyone who wants a better understanding of the situation on the Arizona border back in the 2006-2007 timeframe. The Unity crowd was unusually accommodating. That might have had something to do with this being the first film that wasn’t advocating open borders of the 24 they’ve shown thus far, so perhaps they realize a broader perspective might help with attendance.

    Not much of significance in the discussion, although I was surprised that the students there weren’t homogeneously leftist. Perhaps there’s some hope for the future — some of them pretty clearly are thinking for themselves.

    Overall a pleasant evening. The discussion wasn’t bad at all.

  4. park'd said on 26 May 2010 at 6:51 am:
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    There is a definite sea change in the populace now when it comes to tolerating illegals. Reading the blogs and forums just about everyone now who posts is against the illegals whereas before it was maybe 50-50 at best. I think the economy has a lot of people on edge and causing them to wonder just how many jobs are being stolen and just how much tax money is going to support their continued presence. Hitting liberals in their pocketbook is the only way to get them to come around to reality and show them for the hypocrites that they really are.

  5. Robert L. Duecaster said on 26 May 2010 at 1:41 pm:
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    Some of the Crazies are still trumpeting the virtues of the Invaders based on the following arguments:

    - God tells me that we should welcome the “sojourner.”

    - They’re just here to make a better life for themselvers.

    - They just want to work at jobs Americans won’t do

    - I don’t like myself (too fat, too ugly, too stupid, etc), therefore I don’t like this country, therefore I’ll ruin it for everyone else by allowing in as many people as possible to drain our social support system. That’ll fix those hard-working, educated elite bastards like Letiecq and Duecaster. I’ll make it so their taxes have to be so high to fund ESOL and police and health care and infrastructure that they won’t be able to enjoy this country either. Take that, you bad boys.

    As we used to say in the Army, “Same ol’, Same ol’.”

    As I watched the movies, though, I had a chance to reflect on how my own views on this issue have somewhat coalesced. I see how this issue is so parallel to the issue of slavery. Both involved the economic exploitation of an entire race of people for the benefit of a few. In the early 1800’s, the plantation owners were the only real beneficiaries of slavery. They were able to buy off politicians, clergy, and propagandists to rationalize the dehumanization of an entire race and thus perpetuate the abomination of slavery. Today, the only beneficiaries of the mass exploitation of illegal aliens are the owners of the mega businesses who employ them. The costs of providing for the infrastructure of their presence is borne by the rest of us. And the politicians, clergy, and propagandists who sit in the laps of the mega businesses abet this abomination. I have no ill-feelings toward the illegal aliens themselves. They are as much victims in this Invasion as we are. The real villains are those countrymen among us who make the Invasion possible. May they rot in hell, along with those who kept the plantation owners in business.

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