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“Reader! Whoever thou art, remember this…'” Call Your Senator No Amnesty

May 30, 2007

Reader! Whoever thou art, remember this…’

from Vanishing American (with apologies for liberties taken).

“Before this day is gone,” Call your Senator, read our lips, no new amnesties.

I have but one lamp by which my feet are guided, and that is the lamp of experience. I know of no way of judging the future but by the past.”

The 1986 Amnesty Act didn’t work and brought in more. Steve Sailer points out it led to Hispanic men bringing in women and a baby bubble that fed the LA Gang Bubble that started in the 1990’s and that now has blacks on Greenlight in LA as SPLC tells us, apparently without plagiarizing Colorado Media Matters for once.

Steve Sailer:

 

Demographers Laura E. Hill and Hans P. Johnson of the Public Policy Institute of California wrote in 2002:

“Between 1987 and 1991, total fertility rates for foreign-born Hispanics [in California] increased from 3.2 to 4.4 [expected babies per woman over her lifetime]. (Understanding the Future of Californians’ Fertility: The Role of Immigrants”).

Today, California’s amnesty baby boom generation is between ages 10 and 19, entering their prime gang violence years.

== End Sailor Quotes

== SPLC’s own (non-plagiarized from CMM) material on LA gang warfare:

Gauging the Gangs
A respected writer spent five years studying the Mexican Mafia. What he discovered will shock even the most seasoned cop.
interview by Brentin Mock

SPLC does a much better job when they give credit where its due instead of skimming the work of others without citation.

== Back to Vanishing American

“Henry’s best known speech, from March 1775, just before armed clashes broke out between the British and the colonists, contains the immortal phrase, ‘give me liberty from amnesty, or give me death.” :”

The war is actually begun! The next gale that sweeps from the South will bring to our ears the clash of resounding arms (or is it a giant sucking sound of our ER’s being taken from us)…Let it come. I repeat, Sir, Let it come…Is grass so long, or house work so bleak, as to be purchased at the price of the blood stains of the Virginia Beach Teens Allison Kunhardt and Tessa Tranchant? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me Liberty from Amnesty or give me my Senator’s stock portfolio!´´

Another quote:

…Sir, we are not weak, if we make a proper use of the means which the God of nature hath placed in our power, the telephone, fax machine, email, letters and office visits to our Senators. Three millions of people at Numbers USA and Fairus, armed in the Holy cause of Liberty from Amnesty, and in such a country as that which we possess, for the moment, are invincible by any force which our McKennedy enemy can send against us. Besides, sir, we shall not fight our battle alone. There is a just God who presides over the destinies of nations; and who will raise up Virginia Dare friends to fight our battle for us. The battle, sir, is not to the strong alone; it is to the vigilant, the active, the brave, the diligent telephone caller…”

If we admit this comprehensive amnesty of consolidated government, it will be because we like an end to what began so splendidly. Some way or other Kennedy and McCain must have a great and mighty stock portfolio; these Senators must have a ranch, a town house in DC, Georgetown, of course, one in Boston on Beacon Hill, a summer place at Chappaquiddick, and a number of servants and other things. When the American spirit was in its youth, the language of America was different: Liberty, Sir, was then the primary object…But now, Sir, the American spirit, assisted by the ropes and chains of amnesty, guest worker and legal immigration, is about to convert this country to a powerful and mighty Bush Rove McSlave Galley.”

“It’s a little-known fact that Henry left a message for posterity, to be read after his death:”

Near his last will, Patrick Henry left a small envelope sealed with wax. Inside was a single sheet of paper on which he had copied his Resolutions against the Amnesty Stamp Act. On the back, Patrick Henry left a message that he knew could only be read after his death, but not America’s he hoped. It began with a short history of his Resolutions against the Amnesty Z-Stamp Act, which had “spread throughout America with astonishing Quickness.” (by bloggers and not the MSM) As a result, the colonies were united in their “Resistance to Mexican Taxation by Immigration,” and won “the War which finally separated the two Countries and gave Independence to ours.”

Whether America’s independence “will prove a Blessing or a Curse,” Henry continued in his message to posterity, “will depend on the Use our people make of the Blessings which a gracious God hath bestowed on us. If they are wise, they will be great and happy. If they are of a contrary Character, they will be miserable under Political Correctness and a witness to their own omnia cleansing. Righteousness alone can exalt them as a Nation. Reader! whoever thou art, remember this, and in thy Sphere, practice Virtue thyself, –Call Your Senator– and encourage it in others. P. HENRY

Its a little known fact that Henry had two middle initials, L.D., thought by some to be Lou Dobbs, from which initials he coined his famous phrase, “Give me Liberty or give me credit card Debt.” (Which your Senator owns through his stocks and gets your 18 percent on) by which he also meant, “Give me Liberty from working for Men’s Median Wages in 1973 forever, unless I fall into some other group that makes even less like women, Hispanics, blacks, Native Americans and many others.”

I ask Vanishing American’s pardon for reusing so much of his quotes and post, but I had a double espresso this afternoon. See his post for Patrick Henry in the original and the citations to his sources and forgive this Poor Richard’s use of his words, by which I am reminded: Early to Bed and Early to Rise helps you call your Senator against this Amnesty Act and will mean one day you and your descendant’s wages will rise above men’s median wages in 1973 (graph page 18). And remember also that sage advice from Polonius, neither a borrower nor amnestier be, for amnesty doth lose both itself and votes.

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