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Pizzeria Illegal

By Greg L | 10 February 2011 | Fairfax County, Local Economy, Illegal Aliens | 31 Comments

The Pizzeria Uno’s in Manassas is holding fundraisers so illegal alien day laborers in Centreville can have a government-approved facility that will facilitate violations of our labor and immigration laws.  That’s too bad.  I really used to like going there.

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  1. Citizenofmanassas said on 10 Feb 2011 at 10:10 pm:
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    Me too. I guess that’s tells you how Uno’s feels about following the law. I wonder if that same ethical attitude spells over into their food prep, etc.

  2. Citizenofmanassas said on 10 Feb 2011 at 10:15 pm:
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    I just sent a link to the article and my comments to the corporate office of Uno’s. I’ll share whatever response I receive.

  3. Greg L said on 10 Feb 2011 at 10:18 pm:
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    So far, no fundraisers have been held there to benefit the victims of crimes perpetrated by illegal aliens. I guess illegal alien day laborers are so much more worthy of support in their eyes than an 8 year old rape victim.

  4. Citizenofmanassas said on 10 Feb 2011 at 10:23 pm:
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    Yup, or the murder victim of the illegal alien in Montgomery County MD.

  5. Stop Shouting said on 10 Feb 2011 at 11:38 pm:
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    Hmm, sounds like we need to “encourage” our fed reps to demand an I-9 audit of Pizzeria Uno, since they are so sympatico to “the cause”.

    And yes, I agree about the lack of concern for the victims of illegal alien crime.

  6. Citizen12 said on 10 Feb 2011 at 11:58 pm:
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    The fundraising, diversity groupies are the front line activists for the enemy of the American way of life. Across the land stories like these continue to unfold and the masses never seem to get the message.

    The Ordeal Of Immigration In Wausau

    “Regardless of how many newcomers failed to find jobs in this north-central Wisconsin city of 37,500, or how abraded the social fabric became, the immigrant population just kept growing.

    Native-born taxpayers must shoulder most of the rising costs of providing more infrastructure, public services, teachers, and classrooms for the burgeoning community of immigrants, who make up relatively little of the tax base.”


  7. anon said on 11 Feb 2011 at 5:44 am:
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    It’s not just Uno…

    “Angelotti said a total of $1,800 came from individuals and the rest from organizations. For example, she said St. Charles Catholic Church in Arlington gave $1,800 and Blessed Sacrament Church in Alexandria contributed $1,900. Monetary donations also came from churches in Vienna and Washington, D.C.”

    Remember this when the Diocese wants money. It’s your money financing that facility. And on the topic of child rapists–what is the affinity between the Catholic church and illegals?

  8. stopthe illegals said on 11 Feb 2011 at 7:13 am:
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    The Orthodox split from the catholics because of their overreaching and bizarre interpretations of canon law.

    The protestants were formed in protest over catholic debauchery and amoral behaviour.

    The catholic church has quite the history - so this added evidence of support to criminals is not surprising.

  9. PWCOvertaxed said on 11 Feb 2011 at 7:25 am:
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    What are the details of their fundraising? Not a very detailed post…would like to hear about what has been going on exactly?

  10. Former Officer said on 11 Feb 2011 at 7:51 am:
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    Although I want something done about illegal immigration I don’t believe taking it out on UNO’s is the answer. Businesses all over are hurting and this is a way for them to possibly improve their lot. My son worked there (UNO’S) until recently and he had trouble making any money since people just aren’t eating out like they used to. If you win this battle and UNO’s eventually goes out of business what good would this do to us and the community? More people on unemployment. Things aren’t always so cut and dry out here people.

  11. benton said on 11 Feb 2011 at 8:43 am:
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    The only people that work there are illegal alien apologists.

  12. Patty said on 11 Feb 2011 at 9:41 am:
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    Former Officer,

    I disagree. Boycotts have been very effective in the past. If an organization wants to contribute to illegal behavior, I say boycott it. Another fast food chain that doesn’t encourage illegal behavior will benefit. AFA uses boycotts and they have been very effective.

    The workers (legal ones) who lose their job at Uno’s can find a job at the fast food chains that are picking up business.

  13. VA_Magoo said on 11 Feb 2011 at 9:46 am:
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    If Uno’s goes out of business, then Papa John’s or Pizza Hut will have more business and will need more employees……

    Are you telling me Uno’s is “too small to fail”? That we must keep them in business? Please, businesses go out of business all the time.

    I am sure if Uno’s shuts down, some one will open a “Papusa” shack to take its place.

    Were you upset when 5 guys in Woodbridge shut down?

  14. Sam said on 11 Feb 2011 at 10:38 am:
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    As long as the reason for the boycott is known it should result in a change. In this case it is up to the business owner which direction they want to take the business. Don’t support unauthorized aliens (terminology used in the U.S. Code) and maybe keep the doors open or support and maybe have to close the doors due to lack of paying customers. Who knows, maybe the place is already in financial trouble and is looking for any way out. Granted this would be the wrong way.
    I already know the answer but still have to say it. There is a new VEC Workforce Center that has opened in Centreville so why is a Day Labor Center needed. Now that I think more about it, why have none of the local papers mentioned the Centreville VEC.

  15. Yawning Wolf said on 11 Feb 2011 at 12:42 pm:
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    How can any business in the USA facilitate illegal immigration. This is contrary to our laws. UNO is committing a crime.

  16. FrauD said on 11 Feb 2011 at 1:42 pm:
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    I will NEVER eat at another Uno’s again. Thank you for the information.

  17. Former Officer said on 11 Feb 2011 at 1:51 pm:
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    Am I missing something? Is there anywhere that shows UNO’s is allowing illegals to work at their restaurant? I thought the issue was the fact they were allowing a fundraiser to be held there regarding the Centreville case?

  18. Mr. Anon said on 11 Feb 2011 at 2:20 pm:
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    Don’t throw stones at Catholics, many protestant churches are supporting these efforts equally as strong.

  19. FrauD said on 11 Feb 2011 at 3:41 pm:
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    Yes, namely the National Presbyterian Church of the USA.

  20. legal2 said on 11 Feb 2011 at 4:16 pm:
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    And the BRUU’s too.

  21. Citizenofmanassas said on 11 Feb 2011 at 5:40 pm:
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    Former officer,

    The Uno’s may not hire illegals, but by providing a means for people to raise money to help illegals, they are a partner to the crime.

  22. anon said on 11 Feb 2011 at 5:53 pm:
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    PWCOvertaxed, the info about the Catholic church fundraising came from the “CenterView” article that Greg linked. Apparently individual parishes in Arlington and Alexandria are contributing to the “Centerville Immigration Forum”, which is behind building this facility for illegals. Why don’t they put it on their own property? St. Timothy’s or Paul Chung better not start giving to this activity.

  23. Jack said on 12 Feb 2011 at 1:11 am:
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    Catholic and Protestant churches are supporting and facilitating illegal immigration for ONE reason…political influence.

    Many Americans have left organized religion for various reasons. Churches count on illegal aliens (let’s be honest, Hispanic illegal aliens primarily) to fill the pews and more importantly, provide bodies for Church leaders to “represent” as they lobby politicians. It’s all about money and influence.

    If the leaders of these Churches really cared about the morality or “human rights” of the illegal immigration issue they would be putting their efforts towards fixing the problems in the aliens’ home countries that result in the export of the poor and criminal class to the US. In my opinion, many American churchgoers are simply naive to the reality of the issue and naive to where the money they put in the church basket is going. They simplistically believe they are following the teachings by giving to the “needy” but are blindly donating.

    I support boycotting any restaurant that is knowingly aiding criminality. If they don’t like the results, they will change their behavior. That’s capitalism.

    There is a website called http://wehirealiens.com/ and I encourage you to visit and check out businesses you patronize. I suggest adding Pizzario Uno’s in Manassas to the list too.

  24. Citizen12 said on 12 Feb 2011 at 1:26 am:
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    “In true Orwellian style, the Religious Left, guided by an ACORN ally, is campaigning to suppress the “I-Word,” i.e. the “illegal” in “illegal immigration.” Essentially, much of the Religious Left does not believe any immigration should be “illegal,” hence the naughtiness of even saying the word.

    Yes, all persons are loved by God, according to Christianity. But Christianity has never taught that governments stop enforcing the law based on this principle.”


    It is not just the Catholic church leading the way as many religious leaders have pushed their charity work well above the law, their country, common sense and what is truly best for their community.

    What would Jesus do about immigrants?
    Despite conservative leanings, evangelical leaders welcome those who’ve crossed the border
    The Portland Tribune, Aug 12, 2010 (22 Reader comments)


    Take note there is far more wisdom to be found in many of the the readers comments than the evangelical leadership noted in the article.

  25. Citizenofmanassas said on 12 Feb 2011 at 12:58 pm:
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    I did receive a call and a voice mail from a lady who works in the corporate office at Uno’s. I’ll call her on Monday.

  26. Kris said on 14 Feb 2011 at 10:52 pm:
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    Citizenofmanassas, I have suggested to Chipotle’s corporate office that they need to clean up their act (especially in reference to their troubled store in Minnesota) and post a sign in their facilities, clearly stating that they will only hire documented, elligible-by -law workers - that the public in our community of Manassas is really frustrated with the illegal hiring practices of employers and demands that restaurants abide by our nation’s labor laws.

  27. Citizenofmanassas said on 14 Feb 2011 at 11:40 pm:
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    Good for you. Such action will pay off in the end.

  28. Vigilant1 said on 16 Feb 2011 at 1:51 pm:
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    Citizenofmanassas said on 12 Feb 2011 at 12:58 pm: Flag comment
    I did receive a call and a voice mail from a lady who works in the corporate office at Uno’s. I’ll call her on Monday.

    Sooooooo…….. did you make the call and if so, what was the response?

  29. zuzu said on 17 Feb 2011 at 7:57 pm:
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    What? The National Presbyterian Church is supporting illegal immigration?? I’m a Presbyterian and I did not know that!!! What’s up with this??

  30. zuzu said on 17 Feb 2011 at 7:58 pm:
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    If you’re right, I’ll be boycotting more than Unos, regrettably.

  31. Citizenofmanassas said on 19 Feb 2011 at 10:20 am:
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    I did speak with a lady this week, I’ve got an update on my blog.

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