06 May 2010


For those of you who think Tea Party protestors are racist, violent, extreme narrow-minded radicals, this one's for you. This is an Immigration Reform Rally that took place recently in Atlanta, Georgia. Pay particular attention to what form of government they're promoting while accusing Arizona and some other U.S. states and counties of being "Nazi". You will have to agree they are quite hypocritical when you see this video. Having it on video takes away all the leftist's minimizing and justifying. It's right here for everyone to see. One thing you can be sure of is you won't hear the mainstream media condemning this in any way. The text of the narrative follows in case you have loading problems with the video.

Here is a partial transcript of the video:

Conservatives could lampoon an immigration reform rally the way left-wing pundits, commentators, entertainers, and politicians ridicule the tea party movement. Yes, this rally was comprised of nearly all one color participants, or monochromatic as they like to say of us. There were plenty of fat people, and upside down and misspelled signs. The speakers were angry, and the signs were more extreme than Tea Party signs, pathetically so. According to their signs, Arizona and other states and counties have become equal to Apartheid, Nazi Germany, Genocide, and Jim Crow. Really!?! Is this even remotely attached to reality?

So, this protest could be laughed off in the sophomoric, immature way the Libs mock the Tea Parties. But there was a much more shocking aspect to this protest: the open promotion and acceptance of the most radical communism, leftist revolution, and militancy. In contrast, the Tea Parties are strongly patriotic, filled with a sea of American flags, each event starting with the pledge of allegiance to the flag, the National Anthem, and often prayer. The events are filled with patriotic songs, and expressions of gratitude to the police, the military, and those who protect us, and are replete with references to the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Founding Fathers. Not here! There were few flags, no pledge, no prayer, no national anthem. Instead, many participants were busy reading and passing along to one another the most extreme communist literature. This handout, for instance, reads in part:

It is a system of capitalism-imperialisma system in which U.S. imperialism is the most monstrous, most oppressive superpowera system driven by a relentless chase after profit, which brings horror upon horror, a nightmare seemingly without end, for the vast majority of humanity: poverty and squalortorture and rapethe wholesale domination and degradation of women everywherewars, invasions and occupationsassassinations and massacresplanes, missiles, tanks and troops of the USA bombarding people in faraway lands while they sleep in their homes or go about their daily lives, blasting their little children to pieces, cutting down men and women in the prime of life, or in old age, kicking down their doors and dragging them away in the middle of the nightwhile here in the USA itself the police harass, brutalize and murder youth in the streets of the inner cities—over and over again—and then they spit out their maddening insults, insisting that this is "justified," as if these youth are not human beings, have no right to live, deserve no respect and no future (see video for remainder)

America, this is a serious and dangerous situation! John Adams wrote that America is a nation of laws, not men. Yet, they called for lawlessness! All patriotic Americans must resist; not the rank and file deceived, who are often confused, but the leaders and their propaganda pushing for a radical, extremist juggernaut seeking to sweep this system (yes, our American system) from the face of the earth. Make friends with your immigrant neighbors, with kindness help them see the poison being fed to them. And demand from your representatives a closing of the border. America must stop our hemorrhaging border before we are consumed in the same Communist uprising sweeping South America. I had to see it to believe it, now you have seen the seriousness of our situation, what are you going to do about it?

1 comment:

Gerry said...

Dirk, I sent this video to Michael Lacey publisher of the New Times here who came out today with a protest against SB1070 in the New Times and would also put it in the Village Voice in New York where he spends most of his time now days. This is a second newspaper he bought. He is championing the ACLU and asking us for donations for it. I wrote my gut reactions to his article and thought he should see this video. I am glad you posted it. I posted the Tea Party protest in SF but was almost afraid to post the Atlanta one I figured I would have to work up the nerve to do it. Your blog is on my blog list, and I am also sending messages to key people I know to look at your blog!