By: Carolyn Hileman
Hush, donâ€™t talk to loud, donâ€™t say what you are thinking, that is not allowed anymore. Donâ€™t write it on signs, donâ€™t send a letter to the newspaper, just pay youâ€™re taxes, keep youâ€™re head down and keep youâ€™re mouth shutâ€¦ There are no laws saying that you cannot voice your opinion just lawsuits, angry illegal immigrant supporters to shout you down and if they cannot shout you down they will find ways to make your life miserable. Just ask the grand mother who is a member of the Minutemen and the subject of a lot of unwanted attention when LARAZA decided not to hold their conference in Kansas City because she was appointed to a post and they donâ€™t like her politics.
Janet MurguÃa, president of LARAZA has said she is allowed to hold those views but not in a government position, not exact words but I doubt you wish to read all of her words as she spends most of her time vilifying the Minutemen. It is not enough that they have come into our country illegally, it is not enough that they were allowed to march in our streets and demand rights that belong to citizens alone, no now they want to tell us which organizations we can belong to, they want to tell us what we can say, what we can think and if we donâ€™t agree then they will apply their pressure to your employer and if you are lucky by the time they are through with you, you just might have enough money to pay the lawsuit they will bring against you for exercising your right to free speech.
However, a Latin America correspondent for The Miami Herald, can say this â€œThe rapid escalation of the U.S. anti-immigration hysteria â€” fueled by ratings-hungry cable-television hotheads and leading Republican presidential hopefuls â€” is a dangerous trend: It may lead to a Hispanic intifada that may rock this nation in the not-so-distant future.
Remember the Palestinian intifada of the early 1990s, when thousands of frustrated young Palestinians took to the streets and threw stones at Israeli troops? Remember the French intifada of the summer of 2005, in which disenfranchised Muslim youths burned cars and stores in the suburbs of Paris?
If we are not careful, we may see something similar coming from the estimated 13 million undocumented immigrants in the United States, most of them Hispanic, who are increasingly vilified in the media, forced further into the underground by spineless politicians and not given any chance to legalize their status by a pusillanimous U.S. Congress.â€ And no one thinks anything of it, this man is threatening our country with violence, if not issuing a call for a Hispanic intifada.
We must be careful here in America because if we say the wrong thing, donâ€™t pass the right bill they will simply kill us, are we to take the words of Mr. Oppenheimer any other way? I think not, I think he said exactly what he wanted to say and issued a threat with the Miami Heraldâ€™s full blessing and yet a sheriff from Southwest Ohio shouldnâ€™t post a video stating that illegals are bringing in drugs, Marvin Stewart should not have been debating illegal immigration at Pomona College. We should keep our mouths shut, we have no right to have our borders secure I mean after all, all we are, are the citizens of this country, the people who pay the taxes, the people who vote, so we should not open our mouths or we must fear their wrath. So be quiet, donâ€™t say a word, they might hear you, hide in your closet, under your bed do what ever it takes but donâ€™t say a word, donâ€™t whisper.
In the End,
we will remember
not the words of our enemies,
but the silence of our friends.
- Martin Luther King, Jr.
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