If you had told me a UFO had landed on the grounds of the Massachusetts state capitol, I would be no less surprised:
“BOSTON (CBS)- About a thousand people crowded the front steps of the State House Saturday, rallying against Gov. Deval Patrick’s proposal to grant temporary shelter to Central American children.
More than 57,000 unaccompanied minors have arrived at the United States’ southern border since October, mostly from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador. Last week Patrick suggested two Massachusetts bases be used to shelter up to 1,000 of those children while they await a court hearing.
“My greatest concern is that when my grandchild is ready to go to school, there won’t be a seat for him,” said Karen Williams of Dorchester. …”
Note: Go Home Non-Yankees!
Now it should have been asked of the people there today:
Are they happy with their two United States Senators, Ed Markey and Elizabeth Warren, voting for the Gang Bangers of Eight legislation?
If the media are saying our side had 1,000, then there were at least 2,000.
I’m hearing 5,000 to 10,000 from the organizers.
“Largest political rally ever on Beacon Hill”
I knew they’d finally wake up when it hit their front door, and was too late to really do anything about it.
Note the immigration they are against is always qualified as illegal and they claim they are not racist.
I don’t want to be a wet blanket, but if you accept the enemy’s propaganda as true and operate within the boundaries they lay out for you, you cannot ever win, since you are a lab mouse running in their maze.
When Whites like this demand what is good for Whites, without qualification or apology, I promise I will celebrate.
Save the wet blankets for later. I’m sure a lot of these people are newbies to both activism and the issue. They can be eased slowly into our advanced understanding of the matter.
That’s what I was thinking. This is just a stepping block for them.
Personally, I’ve been hearing about stepping stones and a slow, gradual process of awakening for 20+ years. When the organizer starts off saying,
and ends with:
then you already know what the future holds for these “patriots,” and you can easily predict the extremes of contortion and groveling that you will see in the very near future from most of these people. It was over before it really started. If you really have an advanced understanding of racial politics and have studied previous unrest, then you would know this to be true. This is why conservatives will NEVER lead a people into racial salvation. The non-White people stand united behind their racial awareness, whether it be directly or indirectly. In stark contrast, these “patriots” are staring directly at the face of a proponent of racial amalgamation and the great melting pot of America, and what do they do? They clap and cheer while someone feeds them crumbs of their own success and the success of their forefathers.
Good observations. Day late a dollar short. These home heads are still waving the Stars and Stripes.
same here, it sounds like their against 3rd world illiegal but not 3rd world legal immigration .
I wouldn’t be so surprised that Massachusetts folks do not want this flood. There is a very hard core base of racism in the cities there. Don’t be so quick to fall in to a stereotypical mindset regarding the north east. I am sure that you don’t appreciate the stereotypes thrown at the south; those of ignorance and backwardness.
The key to this success was a local talk radio guy who strongly opposes illegal immigration.
The key is to go local. Some local guys in Southern media can quickly rise to fame and popularityby jumping on this issue. Forget about national media Levin, Hannity, O Reily. They’ll just ride the wave.
Working class, populism with not so subtle pro White racial themes, that has always sold well in Massachusetts . The forced busing issue, Willie Horton, bashing Ted Kennedy Harvard Liberals it always sells well in Mass. Buchanan did great there. What doesn’t sell is GOP business elitism, economic Conservatism which really doesn’t sell anywhere.
Smaller protest in Monroe, Louisiana:
Jeff Kuhner often fills in for Michael Savage, so he has a bit of national name recognition.
You’ll never understand my people even we are truly of one race. The gap seems pretty mutual I guess.
When I heard the news about this surprise protest in Boston, one of the first things I thought to myself is that I wouldn’t want to be Jeanne Shaheen right now.
One of the main purposes of this staged mass border crossing is that it gave the government the excuse to place them all over the country, including states that don’t have high populations of Latino immigrants.
Thoughts from the Orthodox Nationalists, about whom to back for 2016. Sadly, they may be right.