The Inaugural Burn A Mexican Flag May Day

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Oh….say can you see by the dawn’s early light?
¿no veis, a la luz de la aurora?

What could be a better way for our foreign interlopers to assume the privilege of US citizenship than to sing the national anthem in Spanish while hoisting a a burning Mexican flag?

For those unfamiliar with the quirks and idiosyncrasies of how the United States works, burning your country’s flag is the highest symbol of patriotism.

With no sense of irony, organizers of Monday’s “Great American Boycott” think they can simultaneously push for an international boycott of US products while being forced to wave it’s flag for the sake of political expediency and pretend like they love this country. Extortion of this caliber demands it’s own term – I suggest “brownmail”. Take that UPS.

Sign The People’s ™ Petition:

In English:
I demand full rights and equality for all immigrants living in the United States. Neoliberal economic policies targeting Latin America, like NAFTA and CAFTA, have pushed millions of people into abject poverty. Immigrants are forced to come to the U.S. to look for work. Nobody should be criminalized for attempting to survive. No human being is illegal. Racism against immigrants emanates from the same forces behind the U.S. war to conquer and control the wealth of Iraq.

Because your average landscaper puts down the gas trimmer and rears his head from the holly bush when everyone starts talking about Iraq.

C-Span just finished up an interview this morning with Juan Jose Gutierrez, the Director of the Latino Movement USA, an organizer of Monday’s “Great American Boycott” and promoted to a greatly lesser extent – steering committee member of Los Angeles’s communist International ANSWER faction.

After a long segment about how illegal immigrants are “modern day slaves” (though they come here of their own will and steal our social services) and that proponents of legal immigration are the KKK (though there is no organized violence against them), he closed on a much more conciliatory note where he let it be known that what’s going on IS NOT AN INVASION. It’s not an invasion because the Southwest United States is Mexico’s to begin with and they have every intention of taking it back by force if you like. In addition to ending the US occupation of Iraq and overthrowing it’s right-wing government. Er, the US that is. Not Iraq.

Republican amnesty appeasers, meet el nuevo Jesse Jackson-Gutierrez and the future Democratic voters of Amexicastan.

Pedro Echevarria ended the interview and sought to move on after Gutierrez firebombed the videoconference in his parting statement. Suddenly, dozens of callers from all parties kept calling in though the host kept trying to change the subject. This continued until Washington Journal ended. I have never heard any Washington Journal interview that got so many people from all parties worked up on the same side of an issue.

Until we have some riots, and regrettably a few deaths in the streets, the complicit leadership in both parties have irresponsibly continued to kick this can down la calle. If violence erupts during these boycotts on Monday, fostered greatly by it’s organizers and by our leaders who’ve allowed it to get this far, this will be the defining issue of the 2006 mid-term elections. And the backlash will be massive and not in favor of illegals.

A “success” of this rally will result in unprecedented illegals attacking our Southern Border. They will see a country that takes no actions whatsoever against millions of reconquistas wilding in the streets. No negative repercussions invites more of the same behavior.

More from the people behind the boycotts:

A giant has awakened in the heart of imperialism.

The “invisible” workers who for decades have been vilified and exploited in quasi-slavery conditions, who get up at dawn to pick the vegetables and fruits we all eat, who work in the crowded and many times unsafe areas of restaurants, shops and food processing plants, who clean and tidy hotels and homes, who take care of children and toil in so many areas for a meager wage with no benefits—they have awakened to take their rightful place in the history of the working class struggle in the United States.
[…]
This struggle happens at a crucial time in the U.S. The Bush administration is embroiled in the so-called global “war on terror,” which includes the quagmire of war and occupation in Iraq. Nevertheless, the U.S. still intervenes in Afghanistan and threatens Iran, North Korea, Venezuela and Cuba, funneling hundreds of billions of dollars into military aggression.

Don’t cry for me North Korea. Just so you know, this about more than just illegal immigration. The forces behind this international boycott of US products are of the Ramsey Clark variety and in league with Iran, North Korea and Hugo Chavez.

Come November 2nd, the electorate will be more concerned about the illegal “Occupation of the United States” than global warming. Plan accordingly.

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We shall soon see “if this is going to hurt me more than it hurts you”

UPDATE: Do a “Save As” and submit your own suggestions for illegal immigrant placards to smantix@yahoo.com! And remember…

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fmragtops plays hard to get:

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I display a severe lack of respect for dead singers of jingledy-jangledy jibberish:

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StrongAsAnOx (and nearly as smart) has got a Saturday Night Fever that’s bound to run up some hospital bills the taxpayer’s dime. Es muy caliente!:

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Spammin’ Pam is a poet and I have an aching suspicion that she knows it:

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30 comments

  1. When you see professionally designed protest signs, you just know ANSWER is behind it. And they are, yet again.

    You all have got to see the replay of Washington Journal. C-Span usually has the video of it up within 24 hours. As seen here.

    Juan Gutierrez kept his frio until about the last 15 minutes of the segment and then he just flipped his lid and started spouting off the Communist party line and how they were going to take back the southern US and overthrow the government. This is who is behind this rally.

  2. We’ve been witnessing this ass clown, Guiterrez and his Socialist rhetoric on-and-off for many years here in Suthern Kal. Word to Chico-Juan up there in Monrovia: Chinga te, pinche’ puto!

    So when are we going to start hearing the cries of “Kamchatkayana!” up in the streets of Anchorage and Fairbanks by the descendents of the Czars?! Afterall, Alaska was once part of Russia.

  3. Just pathetic. The forces who hate this country and wish it to follow the rest of the socialist dumps down the ever swirling toilet bowl of commmunism just attach themselves to whatever anti-American rhetoric they can. How the southern borders and immigration has anything to do with Iraq I’ll never know…:shock:

  4. Damn. Great post, Smantix.

    And that’s coming from an official Jawa Report co-blogger. I couldn’t get more excited if I made the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs.

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  6. Our anthem, penned by Francis Scott Key as he watched his young country fending off a British attack, reflects the violence of our founding, the survival of our ideals, and the fundamental qualities we seek in our identity: free and brave.

    Not enough for you? The world is full of nations that expect and achieve far less. You’ll feel much more at home there. Just, please, don’t come to my country to lower it to your level.

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  8. Duncan said it best. Greenpeace, Anti-war, feminism, now illegal immigration. The commies just hijack any anti-american movement that seems to have a little press. But like Gutierrez demonstrated, when pushed, their communist ideals will leak. I don’t understand why the hell anybody would want to be communist after all the failure that communism has brought about. Maybe I’m just a pessimist, but I don’t see how this isn’t gonna turn violent.

  9. After the success of the protests over the last month or so, I’ve noticed a more belligerent tone regarding this one. Especially after seeing Gutierrez on C-Span yesterday.

    People were still calling in about him on today’s show. That’s how bad he was.

    There was an element of surprise at the size and scope of the previous ones. Tomorrow’s has been in the works for a while and is now encumbered by expectations that there is something they are going to get out of it.

  10. What these appeasers don’t realize is that if amnesty was granted, the lawsuits would want backpay, back-vacation, back-sick time, back health reimbursement, back overtime because, you see…that’s what our brave business people have been selflessly skipping out on by breaking the law. In the spirit of helping the downtrodden no less.

    The Mexican Spike Lee would have his protagonist throwing a cordless DeWalt drill through the windshield of his foreman’s Ford F-350 Super Crew Cab.

  11. At least our ILLEGAL (can’t stand the U-word anymore) aren’t the Muslim knuckleheads they’re dealing with in Europe.

    Seems like the border patrol missed a great opportunity to do a little spring cleaning today. A ‘petition’ circulated at the ‘Yo Tengo Freebies’ protests nationwide would’ve sped up the whole deportation process. Keep the directions in English with name and address spaces. It would’ve gone a long way to easing that whole investigation hurdle. The illegals sign up…Border Patrol keys in the list…bingo! Instant arrest warrants.

    With the price of steel as high as it’s been, that seems so expensive and quite a bit of work in mostly very hot areas. That’s a lot of effort. Here’s an alternative that can be completed in the air conditioning: Just fix the whole anchor baby clause, along with the mandatory medical care and schooling for them?

  12. I don’t want to see one more word about “immigration reform” until the existing laws are enforced.

    The primary offenders in this whole mess are the employers who recruit and hire illegal immigrants. Why go after the prostitutes and leave the pimps and johns alone?

  13. Prick up your ears, vendejo. If you can prove that you’re not a career criminal or a sex offender, I’d be honored to have you run back to la cocina and fetch my chili verde.

    Otherwise, lie in the shitstained bed you’ve made with the rest of you Obrador worshipping Mexicommies. You shouldn’t be afforded the luxury of not living with your own decisions.

  14. Dear Maritza (if that is your slave name),

    I was going to respond to your lovely message in a private e-mail but even that was fake. Is it possible that the pathology of the illegal alien could run so deep that even your e-mail addresses are stolen from Americans?

    I guess so.

    Hasta la Fuck off.

    Love,
    smantix

  15. Smantix,

    Did you delete some La Raza troll’s comment? As a SoCal who has to put up with these morons almost daily, I would love to have gotten in on the fun.

  16. Hate to delete comments. But for some reason, every Mexican on dial up finally mustered the bandwidth to download this post from half a year ago.

    I like responding to our flan-eating identity felons who do a hit-and-run in the comments when they know they don’t have the rhetorical general liability insurance to cover the damages.

    If this country is the “so-called land of the free” – then go the fuck home and pick cactus all day long. Go drop your anchor babies on some other country’s shore if it’s so bad here.

    It’s a good thing the Spaniards killed so many of the heathens and converted them to Christianity. As they stand, they’re still just a century or two removed from barbarism.

    Cockfighting and donkey show aficionados may beg to differ.

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