Thursday, March 31, 2005
The Minuteman Project is a grassroots effort to bring Americans to the defense of their homeland, similar to the way the original Minutemen from Massachusetts (and other U. S. colonies) did in the late 1700s. Like them, we want to bring to this effort only what few personal possessions we can carry...plus our heart, mind and spirit.
This call for volunteers is not a call to arms, but a call to voices seeking a peaceful and respectable resolve to the chaotic neglect by members of our local, state and federal governments charged with applying U.S. immigration law. It is a call to peacefully assemble at the Arizona-Mexico border to bring national awareness to the decades-long careless disregard of effective U.S. immigration law enforcement. It is a reminder to Americans that our nation was founded as a nation governed by the "rule of law", not by the whims of mobs of ILLEGAL aliens who endlessly stream across U.S. borders. Accordingly, the men and women volunteering for this mission are those who are willing to sacrifice their time, and the comforts of a cozy home, to muster for something much more important than acquiring more "toys" to play with while their nation is devoured and plundered by the menace of tens of millions of invading illegal aliens.
Not a call to arms, eh? What then? Anyway, that’s the alleged agenda, and it’s bad enough, complete with faux history and lofty if poorly written and reasoned rhetoric. Now, the real agenda:
Future generations will inherit a tangle of rancorous, unassimilated, squabbling cultures with no common bond to hold them together, and a certain guarantee of the death of this nation as a harmonious "melting pot."
The result: political, economic and social mayhem. Historians will write about how a lax America let its unique and coveted form of government and society sink into a quagmire of mutual acrimony among the various sub-nations that will comprise the new self-destructing America.
A-ha. Now we see their stripes. Let’s play connect the dots. And a picture forms of... could that be a brownshirted mob?
And once again I must plug the November Coalition since the Keillor Liberal Litmus Question sticks in my mind: What is the actual effect of this action on the lives of real people?
What, indeed? Bankruptcy reform, cuts in social programs, vigilantes and walls on the border, wars on everything from the poor to drugs to Afghanistan to iWaq…look! over there! a tit!