[COMMENT: The immigration invasion of America is a central issue to the preservation of culture. No culture can withstand beyond a certain amount of foreign folks coming in, especially when those foreign folks have no intention of assimilating. (See The Death of the West, by Pat Buchanan.) The West is not repopulating itself, and is being overrun by immigrants. Immigration is good, but only up to a point.
It is odd that those who criticize white Europeans for immigrating to America are often the same folks who want to open the borders now to a flood of other immigrants. What can explain this anomaly?
The biggest part of the problem is that America has lost its
Biblical consensus, so that we have no culture into which to assimilate new
comers. It will take a serious spiritual renewal to reverse that, but I
believe God is at work with just that project. In the meantime, God
is bringing into our midst people to whom we should reach out with the Gospel --
if we can muster sufficient graceful backbone to do so. E.
See also Wooldridges article
on Mexico at
By Frosty Wooldridge
January 13, 2005
There are rare times in American history when citizens must take action to do the jobs that elected leaders won’t do. The Minute Man Project promises to be the next Boston Tea Party beginning on April 1, 2005.
What happened December 17, 1773? It was a date that few legal immigrants or illegal aliens know about or understand. How did that notorious moment occur in American history? Who caused it? What was the result?
The Boston Tea Party blasted into the news and across the Atlantic Ocean and into the halls of British Parliament because a bunch of American rednecks and "proud of it" patriots were sick and tired of the British Tea tax. They stormed the gangplanks on three ships in Boston harbor while tossing bags of tea overboard. As they say, "Conviction without action is worthless."
Listen well and listen hard mates, because another American Moment is about to break into the headlines of Dan, Tom, Brian and Larry King on the Arizona border on April 1, 2005. You can read about it in history or you can be a part of it.
The Minute Man Project launched last fall and grows by the day. Already volunteers have signed up from 30 states--many U.S. military veterans volunteered for this new mission to protect America from a Congress that does not and will not represent American citizens. The project expects over 1000 volunteers from every walk of life to serve 1 to 30 days (perhaps in shifts) spotting illegal aliens as they storm our nation’s borders-- numbering 10,000 daily and three million annually. Yes, that number is verified by Time Magazine.
From the Boston Tea Party to every militiaman who served, starved and froze to death at Valley Forge for our new country, Americans have answered the call.
Today, our own government acts more like the British government of 1776. Our Congress is in breach of its oath of office. Our president panders to Mexico’s Fox instead of focusing on our needs and rights—and the rule of law. Our own senators and congressmen ignore us. Last fall, Arizona Senators McCain and Kyl along with Congressmen Kolbe and Flake denounced Proposition 200 that was overwhelmingly passed by voters. It shows you HOW out of touch they are with their constituents. Anti-American Hispanic gangs grow in our communities while LULAC, LA RAZA, MECHA and MULDEF, who are virulent anti-American organizations, gain numbers and strength daily. Much like those men at the Boston Tea Party, we’re tired of it.
Where’s this 21st Century party going to happen? It begins in Tombstone, Arizona, April 1, 2005. Its leaders, Jim Gilchrist, former US Marine combat veteran and Chris Simcox, editor of the Tombstone Tumbleweed, will be celebrated as the new American patriots.
"I am recruiting volunteers to converge on the southern border of Arizona for the purpose of aiding the U.S. Border Patrol in "spotting" intruders entering the U.S. illegally," Gilchrist said. "As it is, they only catch one in four illegal aliens. For 30 days, we’re going to shut down that illegal alien smuggling alley."
"Currently, 10,000 illegal aliens enter the US daily," Simcox said. "Over 5,000 invade from Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California daily. Add our East Coast, West Coast and Canada, you’ve got three million per year."
Time Magazine corroborated those numbers in its, "Who Left The Door Open?" September 12, 2004
"Our object is to spot those intruders by eyesight, binoculars and night telescopes," Simcox said, "and report them to patrol officers."
"I intend to stay the entire 30 days of this mission," Gilchrist said. "However, the length of time is not a requirement to volunteer. The key is to bring national media attention to this invasion. For anyone needing more information, they may write my email address." For a full information packet: www.minutemanproject.com
"Our government is mandated by the Constitution, Article IV, Section 4, to protect all states from invasion. We’ve already been invaded by 15 million people who have broken our laws by coming here illegally. Another three million annually is unacceptable."
Simcox said he stands for the same thing that Mark Twain said, "In the beginning of change, the patriot is a brave and scarce man, hated and scorned. When the cause suceeds, however, the timid join him…for then it costs nothing to be a patriot."
If Gilchrist and Simcox were worried about volunteers, they need not be. Retired colonels, majors, captains and sergeants are signing up by the day. Ordinary citizens offer their presence in this project. If the Mexican government thinks it can sidestep our well-trained military veterans from the Army, Marines, Navy and Air Force—they’ve got another thought coming.
"We urge every volunteer to bring their state flag to this event," Gilchrist said. "We want to show our leaders that Americans are united in their demands for our borders to be closed off to illegal migration. We’re going to plant flags into the soil along the Naco Line on our side of the border."
This foreign invasion is no longer a joke. It’s no longer fun. It’s no longer tolerable. They’re "coming here for a better life" will no longer cut it. When illegals say, "They’re a bunch of racists," it no longer holds water. This is about the rule of law. This is about our country not theirs. "They’re coming here to do the jobs that Americans won’t do" is an excuse that can no longer be tolerated. If immigrant medical doctors were paid $5.00 an hour slave wages…there wouldn’t be any doctors doing the jobs that Americans won’t do, either.
What will those illegal aliens and drug smugglers see on the border come April 1, 2005? They are going to meet with a miles long line of organized, military-style, determined, gritty and pissed-off American patriots in tents, motor-homes and pickup trucks standing by campfires and from every walk of life. Their only weapons will be the holding of binoculars and night vision scopes—and taking a stand for America. They’re going to shut down the borders in that sector to show President Bush that it CAN be done if and when he chooses to do his job.
We protect the borders of countries around the world with our lives and our money. It’s time we protect our sovereignty and our nation by protecting our own borders.
What did the Boston Tea Party do? It was the first "labor contraction" that birthed a new nation. What will the Minute Man Project accomplish? It will be another stand in stopping the death of this nation. It will force the Congress and president into action, into doing their jobs, into representing Americans and our interests. It will be an exclamation point to the voter approved Proposition 200 in Arizona. It will become the beginning of the end of illegal alien immigration into the United States of America.
It will prove one of America’s finest hours in the beginning of the 21st Century.
© 2005 Frosty Wooldridge - All Rights Reserved (Published by permission.)
Frosty's new book "Immigration's
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