Thursday, August 17, 2006

Warning to Immigrant Rights Advocates

Tonight there will be a town hall hosted at Armory Park with several speakers, including Congressman Raul Grijalva. Please be advised that Ray "Tricolor Burning" Warden and his racist, National Alliance thugs are planning to attend in force. The Arizona Daily Star's comment sections have given him a forum to spread his hate speech:

Listen up, Raul and Isabel, and all the rest of you Pendejo Thugs.

It's gonna be "in your face", and "good old fashiioned American rock and roll tonight" in Armory Park, back where it all began.

You keep saying you're gonna rise up and take this country by force. Well, tonight you have a chance to put your money where your big fat mouths are.

We're coming after you. Soon enough a few of us will be chasing you cowardly punks all the way back to Mexico City.

You illegals talk tough, but you 'aint got no huevos. You hide behind Pendejas like Isabel Garcia. You don't have the guts to fight for Mexico, and liberation from the White Castillano Pendejos who have robbed your country for 400 years.

If just 300,000 of you would have remained home to vote, Mexico would now belong to the Mexican people.

I guess you were more interested in standing in line under Rape Trees, waiting your turn to violate a defenseless woman. You act just like the Mexican Army in Chiapas!

Nice guts, Pendejos!!

Armory Park, 6:00 pm.



Please note that Congressman Grijalva and Isabel Garcia of Derechos Humanos are U.S. born, yet Mr. Warden continues with his bile-spreading rhetoric. The liberal community across this country, and perhaps even sane moderates, need to understand that we are dealing with an explosive danger in this country. While you might not equate illegal immigrants with legal immigrants, or even Latinos by extension, there is a growing number of people who do.

It is a fact that can't be ignored, and as long as you remain on the sidelines instead of helping us fight back against this tide, Warden-like vigilantes will eventually be doing more than flag burning. I have yet to hear from elected officials (besides Grijalva and other human rights-minded Democrats) completely denounce the radical hatemongers in our society. That is telling... but it is not something that is going to go away.

I won't be able to attend tonight's forum but I pray for the safety of all participants as they are obviously going to be met with vicious counterprotesters. paz

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