In a instructive article, the Periódico de la República de Arizona (Arizona Republic) reveals an ugly truth of its bond to what it terms “migrant rights.”
Let’s begin by acknowledging they are talking about illegal aliens, not “migrants.” The daily newspaper is keen on cunningly using imprecise words such as “migrant” and “undocumented“ to describe illegals. “Migrants” sound deceptively akin to the swallows, making their yearly journey each March 19 to California’s Mission San Juan Capistrano, and departing for their home in Argentina the following October 23. Our migrants come here in violation of our laws and national sovereignty and never leave. They also have the temerity to demand “rights.”
With those facts as a given, we’ll move on to the report in today’s edition of the daily. Under the all caps headline (unlike the other five on the front of the Valley & State section), “A SHOW OF SOLIDARITY,” describes “chaotic, joyful,” May Day marchers. Three photos accompany the two page article. The oversized photo identifies Phoenix City Councilman Michael Nowakowski, fist thrust in the air, leading the illegals demanding rights.
Democrat Nowakowski is the single focused, general manager of Radio Campesina, a network of Spanish-language, Latino-controlled radio stations, functioning with public funded grants. Seeing Red AZ has previously covered his efforts on behalf of his “community.” Although an elected city councilman, make no mistake, the non-Hispanics in his district are not on his radar. You might want to call his office and ask who he actually represents. Nowakowski can be reached at (602) 262-7492.
May Day, for those who need a memory refresher, has long been tied to the Communist and Socialist Parties.* So it came as no surprise that it was the day illegals in our country chose to strike schools and businesses on May 1, 2006. Once again showing their propensity for devaluing education, yesterday’s marchers took their elementary school age children out of class to plead “Don’t tear our families apart.” A woman threatened “We need to make sure they’re paying attention to how strong this movement is and that they understand we’re not going away.”
The stridently secular Obama regime, uniting in a peculiar coalition with faith-based groups, have bonded in the reunification whine about “tearing families apart.” Missing is any acknowledgment that families would not be separated if they all either stayed home or returned home together.
All of the usual radical suspects were involved in yesterday’s May Day march including, AFL-CIO, United Food and Commercial Workers, Service Employees International Union, United Farm Workers, Communications Workers of America and the hospitality-workers union UNITE. Also, various immigration-reform and Latino political groups participated: AZ Center for Empowerment, AZ Dream Act Coalition, AZ Immigration Ministry/Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Phoenix, Arizona Worker Rights Center, ACLU of Arizona, Black and Brown Coalition, Border Action Network, Campaign for Citizenship, Living United for Change in Arizona, Mi Familia Vota, Organizing for Action, Promise Arizona, Puente and Somos America — and of course, Nowakowski’s La Campesina Radio Network.
This astonishing list of Current Communist Goals* was entered into the Congressional Record on January 10, 1963. Old Thinker News provides in-depth coverage on the communist agenda definitely worth reading.