Illegal Aliens Are Mad And Not Going To Take It, Plan More Radical Approach

Unfortunately, that radical approach doesn’t include them getting the hell out of the United States and returning to their home countries

(Fox Latino) The frustration, say immigration advocates, is reaching a fever pitch.

That is why, many say, recent weeks have seen activists use chains and pipes to tie themselves to the tires of buses that carry immigrants slated for deportation to court, block traffic on Capitol Hill and get arrested, surround Tucson police when they targeted two immigrants during a traffic stop, and chain themselves and block the entrance of a federal detention center.

More such actions, they vow, are coming.

“It’s absolutely out of frustration and impatience,” said Marisa Franco, campaign organizer for the National Day Laborer Organizing Network, which helped coordinate some of the more provocative actions. “Immigrant communities who are losing 1,100 loved ones every day to deportation cannot wait for Congress to end its political games or for the President to rediscover his moral compass,” she added.

“The people will take power back into their own hands and set a true example of leadership that the Beltway will have to follow,” Franco vowed.

I’d like to say “boo hoo, cry me a river.” I’d like to say “you have no power, you’re here illegally.” I’d like to say “arrest any of these folks and immediately deport them.” Unfortunately, there are too many Americans, mostly Democrat Party voters, most of the news media, and most of the elected Democrats, along with some idiot Republicans, who will fall right in line and agitate for a “pathway to citizenship” for these illegal aliens.

Many of the illegals have turned towards more radical methods, apparently after not getting their way regarding passage of legislation giving them legal status

Last Friday, the actions outside a federal courthouse in Tucson prompted a judge to cancel deportation proceedings.

Some 15 people were arrested after immigration rights activists blocked two buses bringing suspected illegal immigrants to a federal courthouse in Tucson. A few days later, on Tuesday, officers in Tucson pepper-sprayed members of a crowd trying to prevent U.S. Border Patrol agents from detaining two people who originally police encountered during a traffic stop.

The judge should be impeached. But he/she is just an example of how those in Power pander to illegals and give them what they want.

*photo snagged from The Two Malcontents, one of a series of illegals raising the Mexican flag.

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5 Responses to “Illegal Aliens Are Mad And Not Going To Take It, Plan More Radical Approach”

  1. david7134 says:

    Lets do this, allow them to stay, but they have to admit to at least one felony and have that on their record, and that they may never vote in their lifetime. Then they may never have welfare benefits. These are all things that other countries have. Why not here? Lets see if the Democrats would back that bill.

  2. Conservative Beaner says:

    I always laugh when I hear or read that this land is their homeland when in fact Mexican people originate near Mexico City. After the Spanish arrived and conquered the Aztecs they spread out to areas of northern Mexico and the southwest United States. They spread north to the lands of the Chiricahua, Comanche, Ute, Pueblo and a hundred other tribes in the US. I bet the original natives would love to have their lands returned to them versus the Mexican people.

    Also we hear they work hard and they deserve to have amnesty and citizenship. Well many Americans work hard as well and all they get is a paycheck with some or no benefits. Why should illegals be entitled to stay here, after all they probably get paid better than they would back home.

  3. Blick says:

    I say open up the Green Card process and allow illegals to apply for a green card. Strengthen the employment verification to having a green card and a minimum income tax with out exemptions. Give a 12 month window to apply and then step up deportation for those that fail to sign up.

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  5. Gumballs_O_Glory says:

    All good suggestions. Not sure about the felony one. Not really necessary when the no-welfare provision can be stipulated in the bill. Forcing a felony would probably be unconstitutional as well. but then what do laws and constitution matter to these people.

    How about this. It doesn’t take a year to walk to the immigration office. Let’s make it a 4 month window to apply for temporary green card.
    ~They have to have clean records here and from where they are from.
    ~They have to provide proof of identity (true identity)
    ~Show that they either have a job that will be willing to turn them legit, or have a letter from a future verified employer who will hire them legit.
    ~And, they must keep their record clean as long as they are on Green Card status (I think that is law already but is ignored like other laws).
    ~The temporary green card is good for 6 months.
    ~They must re-register and resubmit all paperwork again for 2 years before they will be eligible for being considered for provisional immigration status (like Rubio pushed).
    ~Everyone will have to apply for green card, even the kids. They will have to be present to apply.
    ~Those entering America after date of enactment will not be eligible.
    ~Enactment will not be on a future date like they did with ObamaCare in 3 years after signing. It will start on day of signing as to not give illegals notice to start flooding borders. Or make it retro-active to when it was first brought to floor.
    ~While on provisional status, they must continue to submit paperwork every 6 months, tho not as application – only to keep info updated.
    ~If they’ve maintained consistent employment and clean record while provisional status for another 3 years, they will join the back of the line for application for a regular VISA.
    ~Law already stands that you must carry your VISA paperwork with you on your person at all times and submit paperwork to LEOs.
    ~Once awarded regular VISA, paperwork submittal will be annual.
    ~VISA renewal I believe is annual or every few years. These applicants will get an annual VISA
    ~After 5 years of being good on Annual VISA, they can apply for citizenship.
    ~While on VISA, they can apply for military service which moves them faster up the citizenship chain.
    ~ALL applicants will be exempt from welfare. All Adult applicants will be expected to enroll in ObamaCare and their dependents.
    ~Without welfare they will be ineligible for subsidies for OCare.

    ~Any failure will be reason for deportation immediately. None of this, come back in a year or two for your deportation. (If we can get a swat team assembled and raid a remote mining camp in the middle of Alaska, we can arrange for immediate deportation).
    ~They have choice for destination: S. Mexico, Cuba, Guantanemo, Venezuela, Haiti, or home country. If they don’t choose, destination will be chosen at random.
    ~yes, that means, if they come in to apply and they have a record, they will be deported. If they come in later in the process and fail, they will be deported. Isn’t that incentive enough to fly straight? Aren’t americans held to the same standard? If we do something bad, we are arrested. heck, some people now only have to look at cops wrong and get arrested.

    ~kids will to stay in school. Don’t much care about grades, but they have to have clean record.
    ~no child of immigrant will be a citizen at least or until parents gain citizenship.
    ~no child shall receive welfare except as provided by school resources as currently outlined.
    ~no child shall receive collegiate welfare in the form of federal grants. They will be eligible for loans and scholarships.

    ~The elderly who make it through the 3 years of provisional status will be eligible for medicare at 60 years of age.

    ~No one under this program will be eligible to vote for federal officers.

    ~No one under this program will be allowed to run for any office.

    ~PRIOR to implementing this program, the southern border will be fully secured with a 30 foot high wall that goes 30-50 feet underground and sections randomly electrified with sufficient voltage to provide unconsciousness. (if the cops are allowed to taze us with little cause, then we can taze illegal crossers)
    ~Upon House approval that border is secure with a super majority vote, the green card program may commence.

    ~No agency or political body may alter any part of this plan or delay implementation or funding without full consent of Congress. Penalty will be deportation.

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