Illegal Immigration, "Tolerance", and Genocide?

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  1. Bismarck

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    By an unexpected turn of events, I wound up reading a copy of a magazine called Teaching Tolerance (Fall 2007). The headline on the front cover reads "One Nation, Many Gods". (Incidentally, technically speaking, with cold scholarly objectivity, this is a pro-pagan and anti-Christian message — the magazine is very leftist / liberal.) You can check their website: www.teachingtolerance.org.


    Now, on page 12 of this issue is an article, geared for "Grades 6-9", and entitled The Ladder of Prejudice. It is primarily about Jews and the Holocaust, although the next page deals with minorities and immigration as well.


    The five steps on the The Ladder of Prejudice are:
    1. Speech
    2. Avoidance
    3. Discrimination
    4. Physical Attack
    5. Extermination


    Now, for those who have been following the Illegal Immigration issue, we have all seen the "Aztlan" and "Reconquista" (aggressively pro-immigration) crowd do the following against Americans:
    1. Hate-filled Rhetoric (=Speech)
    2. Live in isolated, insular communities (=Avoidance)
    3. Prefer their own blood and culture over America's (=Discrimination)
    4. Assault Minuteman and other anti-Illegal protesters (=Physical Attack)


    According to this magazine, Aztlan is "four down, one to go" on the way to g-e-n-o-c-i-d-e. (Apparently, the Jews refused to believe it in Germany in the 1930s, and look what happened —*are you ignorantly repeating history, following in the painful footsteps of others because you just cannot learn from history??)


    This lesson is geared for 6-9 graders. Does anyone think I have misconstrued the information in this lesson, about the escalating steps of hatred, violence, and mass-murder?
     
  2. Petra-O IX

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    The "Aztlan" and "Reconquista" crowd would have to be enpowered to further their final objective(if genocide is an objective). Mexico does not seemed to be concerned about who comes across the border in our country but get very involved in our Politics regarding amnesty and the rights of illegals and they do very good at making an impact .
    If the politicians in our country continue to let Mexico be involved in our law making process then I forsee a problem coming up the road. This is our country and the rules we make should not be interferred with by any outside sources.
     
  3. poncho

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    Sounds good to me. Do those "outside sources" include all the major transnational corporations actively aiding and abetting the "Aztlan" and "Reconquista" crowds through their support of orgs like La Raza and Mecha?
     
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    Kind of complicated isn't it Poncho when you consider that many of those transnational corporations have their base in the good ol' U.S. of A.
     
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    Yeah, but it's not really a citizens place to question the ties between government and business these days. Our place apparently is to just keep waving those flags (made in China) and spouting party slogans while watching our nation being balkanized and plundered right under our noses. And of course voting for one faction of one worlders over the other.
     
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