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Ronald F. Maxwell on Immigration

October 10, 2007

2006:

http://www.californiarepublic.org/archives/Columns/Maxwell/20060417MaxwellBorder.html

The American people have been made the victims of monumental social engineering perpetuated upon them without their consent and against their will by an arrogant governing elite. Those who try to neutralize their justifiable instincts of self-preservation as a people and a sovereign nation by constantly invoking the mantra of “a nation of immigrants” are trying to pull the wool over their eyes.

http://www.californiarepublic.org/archives/Columns/Maxwell/20060601MaxwellWitchs.html

No. 1 – Every single senator who voted for this country-killing bill must be thrown unceremoniously out of office. Since they are operating like left-wing social planners, they will understand if we call it our “six year plan.” First up for this demolition derby will be the senators up for re-election this November – followed by the gaggle up for re-elections in ’08, 2010 and 2012. These smug denizens of their own infallibility will be counting on our forgetting. Not this time.

2007:

http://www.loudountimes.com/letter/94/

What we are witnessing today, what our elites are allowing to happen, indeed abetting, is a burgeoning separatist movement, largely though not exclusively confined to the Southwest. If you study the fertility rates among this population, it’s simple to project the future demographics. The Southwest will become, by mid-century, the northern province of Mexico, de facto if not de jure.

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Why are we allowing this to happen? In whose interest, besides Mexico’s elites and the U.S. corporations who want ever cheaper labor, is this?

Three very thoughtful pieces on the risks and unprecedented nature of current immigration. The Loudon Times piece has a long thread of comments, some of them quite critical in the usual ways. Maxwell is talking fact and the critics are not.

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