What it all boils down to is this: Illegals did not get the amnesty they demand and Politicians promised – so because the majority of American citizens oppose Illegals getting a free pass, the media with help from certain politicians are threatening a “Hispanic Intifada” if they do not get what they want.
That’s called extortion.
The Illegals demand amensty, drivers’ licenses, free health care, housing, and the right to retake the Southwest for Mexico – and now there are threats of violence if they do not get their way.
The Illegal movement and the Democrat/pro-amnesty/Get-More-Votes-and-Welfare-Dependents think that the threat of violence from illegals and hispanics in America will frighten us into relenting our staunch opposition to illegal insurgents, and ridiculous programs for drivers license for illegals and the push to get them registered to vote.
Thus the reason for this article, and a spate of articles and blogs that are starting to come out with threats like these.
Angry migrant underclass might erupt in U.S.
The rapid escalation of the U.S. anti-immigration hysteria — fueled by ratings-hungry cable-television hotheads and leading Republican presidential hopefuls — is a dangerous trend: It may lead to a Hispanic intifada that may rock this nation in the not-so-distant future.
Remember the Palestinian intifada of the early 1990s, when thousands of frustrated young Palestinians took to the streets and threw stones at Israeli troops? Remember the French intifada of the summer of 2005, in which disenfranchised Muslim youths burned cars and stores in the suburbs of Paris?
If we are not careful, we may see something similar coming from the estimated 13 million undocumented immigrants in the United States, most of them Hispanic, who are increasingly vilified in the media, forced further into the underground by spineless politicians and not given any chance to legalize their status by a pusillanimous U.S. Congress.
We are creating an underclass of people who won’t leave this country and, realistically, can’t be deported. They and their children are living with no prospect of earning a legal status, no matter how hard they work for it. Many of them will become increasingly frustrated, angry, and some of them eventually may turn violent.
I was thinking about all of this when I read about last week’s U.S. Senate refusal to pass the Dream Act, a bill that would offer a path to legalization to children of undocumented immigrants who were brought to the United States at a very young age, and who get a college degree or serve in the military.
…Carrying out enforcement-only policies, labeling undocumented workers as ”illegals” and depriving them of hope for upward mobility — rather than working toward greater economic cooperation with Latin America to reduce migration pressures — is not only wrong, but dangerous. The millions of undocumented among us will not leave. They will only get angrier.
Sounds like a threat to me.
I say…bring it. Let’s see the true nature and reality of what the Illegal Insurgency is really all about: conquest.
Then perhaps real Americans will react accordingly, and those who are stoking the fires for a race war will get their just comuppances.