Monday, July 13, 2009

Donated to an "immigrants right" group?
You're a criminal

Some of the best public relations work is being done on behalf of illegal immigrants, mostly from Central America.


My father had to wait years to get a “green card” to get into this country. He had to wait five years once he got here to have citizenship, one of his proudest accomplishments.


Today if a government official arrests someone here without papers, the law official is the one in jeopardy, not the law breaker.


I saw this news story today, “Immigrant-rights advocates on Monday said they were ‘guardedly optimistic’ about new standards for a federal program that allows local police to enforce immigration laws.” Huh?


Wait, where are our murder-rights advocates, our Bernie Madoff-rights advocates, our pedophile-rights advocates, our rapist-rights advocates? Yes, there are drug dealer rights organizations. Since when did criminal activity become O.K. in this nation?


Immigrant-rights is a euphemism for “illegal aliens.” The term illegal in aliens means it’s against the law.


We’ve killed nearly 800 U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan. Why are we sending troops there if we’re letting anyone into this country? Embrace everyone who has come into this country illegally? Those 9/11 terrorists didn’t fly from Iraq, Pakistan or Afghanistan. They were already in this country – most with Visas.


If you are one of the people giving your money (after all, if you’re supporting illegal activity how do I know you didn’t steal someone else’s money to give) to these “immigrant-rights” groups, in Heaven you’re going to be dealt with the same as a murderer.


You see, when you look at the 10 Commandments, it doesn’t say disrespecting your mother and father isn’t as grievous as taking a life – it is one of the 10 Commandments. They all weigh the same. Same with your supporting illegal immigrants. If you want startling information, check how many Phoenix police officers were murdered in the line of duty in the past year. Then check how many were murdered by people in this country illegally. If you want to know, write jack.harris@phoenix.gov, phil.gordon@phoenix.gov or frank.fairbanks@phoenix.gov. So if you’ve donated to those “immigrant rights” groups, you’ve essentially pulled the trigger on those Phoenix police officers. You’ve been what is termed an enabler, or accomplice.


So feel good about your murderous little @$$ that you fell for whomever is doing the public relations for these illegal activities. I saw a man on television the other day who sent money to those chain emails from Africa saying the emperor of some country is holding money for him if he would just send $2,000, they’ll give him the million he is owed. The television station wanted me to feel sorry for this idiot who ended up sending $50,000. Sorry, he’s an idiot and you’re a criminal if you’ve donated to illegal immigrant organizations.

Addendum, the story said these immigrant rights organizations are faith leaders, politicians and activists. Politicians and activists I understand. Their agenda is generally to fleece your pocketbook. Faith leaders? Are these faith leaders that follow Lucifer, known as the Devil? I would never follow a “faith leader” that advocated supporting illegal activity. Look to your soul and ask why if you are. Have you given to this? Has your church? Then let your church fold. They don’t need your money for Devil work. Your church may be giving to one of these organizations through some general fund donation. Run, don’t walk away from that church.


One organization that does not admit they are an immigration rights organization appears to be Valley Interfaith Project. As a reporter I ran into them. Here’s a list of its supporters:

  • All Saints Catholic Newman Center
  • Asbury United Methodist Church
  • CAIR
  • Catholic Religious
  • Centro de Amistad
  • Chandler Education Association
  • Christian Brothers of Ireland
  • Creighton School
  • Dayspring United Methodist
  • First Congregational UCC
  • Franciscan Renewal Center (Casa)
  • Good Shepherd of the Hills Episcopal
  • Grace Lutheran
  • Iglesia Episcopal de Sa Paola
  • King of Glory Lutheran
  • Kyrene Education Association
  • Lutheran Urban Coalition
  • Mesa Education Association
  • MESPA
  • Mision Luterana de San Pedro
  • Most Holy Trinity
  • Mount of Olives
  • Muslim American Society-AZ
  • Our Lady of Guadalupe
  • Our Lady of Perpetual Help
  • Paradise Valley UMC
  • Red Mountain United Methodist
  • San Martin de Porres
  • Santa Teresita
  • Scottsdale Education Association
  • Shepherd of Hills UCC
  • Shepherd of Valley UMC
  • Sts. Simon & Jude
  • St. Agnes Catholic Church
  • St. Benedict
  • St. Bernadette
  • St. John Vianney Parish
  • St. Margaret
  • St. Matthew's Episcopal
  • St. Patrick
  • St. Stephen's Episcopal
  • The Church at the Neighborhood Ctr.
  • Trinity UMC
  • Unitarian Universalist Surprise

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