AZ Republic cheers the demise of E Pluribus Unum

“Out of many, one” transmogrifies into “out of one, many” as unity takes back seat to diversity

The Periódico de la República de Arizona’s (Arizona Republic‘s) dual agendas of amnesty for illegals and promotion of same-sex issues, have matured and given birth to a rowdy youngster named Diversity.

The celebration of diversity, tinged with the not-so-veiled threat of the coming minority status of today’s European-ethnic majority has stepped front and center, elbowing the longtime favorites to the sidelines.

Like the carnival midway it has become, the newspaper now has a new go-to attraction known as the “Changing Face of America.” Our nation’s motto, E Pluribus Unum —- Latin for “Out of many, one” —- is teetering on the brink of extinction, with diversity based separatism grabbing the limelight in this ongoing series.

Sunday’s five-page splash followed three teens “who have long had one date etched in their minds,” that being “Nov. 8, 2016, Election Day, and the day all three will turn 18.”

On Saturday, we were treated to a skew by reporter David Gonzalez, who noted he was wearing a dark blue suit, and described his speech to the United Nations on World Cities Day, dealing with….what else?  Increasing diversity, of course.  His report centered on being invited to speak to a conference whose goal is to “make sure American cities become socially inclusive as they become increasingly diverse.” His complaint is that “many immigrants remain invisible.”

Gonzalez, it turns out,  is quite the linguistic contortionist. In employing over 1900 words in his report, he used the word “immigration” 14 times, “immigrants” 20, “without legal status,” twice, “unauthorized migrants,” only once, “illegal” (“the debate over illegal immigration”) once, “undocumented” a single time, and “illegal alien” not at all.

Rather than finding strength uniting us as proud Americans in the manner of  previous generations of grateful legal immigrants, we are separating along ethnic fissures. Most disturbing is the fact that America’s twice-elected first black president, has presided over and exacerbated the deterioration of race relations, according to this Bloomberg Politics Poll.

Americans are witnessing the result of the invasion of our nation by a flood of people who came here in violation of our laws and national sovereignty —- now aided and abetted by Obama’s illegal executive amnesty and shameful congressional inertia. They do not value our history, language or way of life, which is clearly evident as they march through our streets making demands or walking over, spitting on and desecrating the American flag (video) during a patriotic event at the Arizona Capitol.

Rather than immigrating through the proper channels, and becoming part of the fabric of this great country, they have come here to access our legendary generosity and turn this country into a replica of the downtrodden and crime infested one they left. Should it be much of a surprise they are unwelcome?


8 Responses to AZ Republic cheers the demise of E Pluribus Unum

  1. jojo says:

    It’s up to us folks. Politicians have been selling us out for a long time. Sen. Coburn’s farewell speech is one for history books about the state of our current times. We’ve got to keep up the grassroots efforts and defund the GOP

    • Seeing Red AZ says:

      Thank you for your timely comment, jojo. Republican Oklahoma Dr./Sen Tom Coburn’s moving farewell speech is a tear-filled warning and potent reminder that the continued existence of America as a republic is in grave danger.

      We went to his senate website and found this excerpt:
      “To know how to reach a destination, you must first know where you are. Without oversight — effective, vigorous oversight — you’ll never solve anything. You cannot write a bill to fix an agency unless you have an understanding of the problem. And you can only know this by conducting oversight, asking the tough questions, holding the bureaucrats accountable, find out what works and what doesn’t and know what has already been done. Effective oversight is an effective tool to expose government overreach and wasteful spending, but it also markedly exposes where we lose our liberty and our essential freedoms. True debates about national priorities would come about if we did effective oversight. It is the senate, once hailed as the world’s greatest deliberative body, where these differences should be argued. Our differences should be resolved through civil discourse so they’re not settled in the street. Just as the constitution provides for majority rule in our democracy while protecting the rights of the individual, the senate must return to the principles to gain the trust of the electorate. And it can.” – Dr. Coburn

      Watch his full speech:

  2. Arizona Conservative Guy says:

    The unfortunate retirement of Sen. Coburn is a great loss for America. He comprehends and articulates the dangers facing us as no one representing Arizona could or would. May God bless this good man.

    Today’s post is right on the mark, SRAZ. Thanks for not buckling under to the establishment and staying the conservative course. Bowing to political correctness will destroy us.

  3. ZOO says:

    In related news… are 20 Republican U.S. Senators who voted for Barack Obama’s illegal and unconstitutional amnesty:

    Lamar Alexander (R-TN)
    Kelly Ayotte (R-NH)
    John Barrasso (R-WY)
    Dan Coats (R-IN)
    Thad Cochran (R-MS)
    Susan Collins (R-ME)
    Bob Corker (R-TN)
    John Cornyn (R-TX)
    Mike Enzi (R-WY)
    Jeff Flake (R-AZ)
    Lindsey Grham (R-SC)
    Orrin Hatch (R-UT)
    Dean Heller (R-NV)
    Ron Johnson (R-WI)
    Mark Kirk (R-IL)
    John McCain (R-AZ)
    Mitch McConnell (R-KY)
    Lisa Murkowski (R-AK)
    Pat Toomey (R-PA)
    Roger Wicker (R-MS)

    Aren’t you glad you use vile [Republican]?
    Don’t you wish everybody did?

    • East Valley Conservative says:

      What a puke inducing list, ZOO.
      No surprise Señor Juan McAmnesty and his imbecilic brownnosers Jeff the Flake and Lindsey Grahamnesty are on the list with him and this boatload of like-thinking RINOs. Pat Toomey has morphed into a real disappointment.

  4. MacBeth says:

    The local newspaper isn’t known as the AZ Repulsive without reason. The majority of the reporters, columnists and the disgusting cartoonist could all find employment with Pravda when the last light is turned off and the presses grind to a halt. When was the last time it had an Op-Ed page? Has anyone seen a conservative syndicated columnist such as Mark Levin, George Will, Thomas Sowell, Walter Williams or Michelle Malkin in recent memory? Don’t hold your breath waiting.

    • Seen It All says:

      JD Hayworth used to refer to the newspaper as the Repugnant when he had his local radio talk show. Remember who was behind taking him off the air? None other than Grant Woods, John McCain’s first Chief of Staff Every complete sinister circle in AZ GOP politics has long had a McCain connection. Nothing’s changed. Watch the state and Maricopa County Party officer elections in January.

  5. Jim McAllister says:

    To paraphrase the sheriff in the Dodge commercials of the 1960s, the Republic is in a “heap ‘o trouble.”

    Consolidations, layoffs, people like Montini, Valdez, Benson, and Roberts still collecting checks, and the general demise of the newspaper business, all add up to a rush on the unemployment office.