ALIPAC Launches Historic Immigration Enforcement Campaign in NC
North Carolina citizens are not happy about illegal immigration and the lax state policies, which has made NC a top destination for illegal aliens, and will converge on the General Assembly in Raleigh for a historic activism effort on June 18, 2008.
Citizens will lobby NC Legislators to take immediate action because the recent legislation in South Carolina will send tens of thousands of illegal aliens into North Carolina, which is what happened when Georgia cracked down last year. Recent polls show that illegal immigration is a top concern in North Carolina and a huge majority supports enforcement only solutions.
“We have tens of thousands of illegal aliens who will be attempting to migrate from SC to NC over the next few months,” said William Gheen of ALIPAC. “We need NC lawmakers to pass immigration enforcement legislation immediately to join the over 20 states that have already done so in 2008.”
Citizens from across NC and the nation will contact lawmakers by phone, fax, e-mail, and in person. They will be asking NC lawmakers to pass legislation that will cut off taxpayer resources from illegal aliens, encourage NC businesses to use the E-Verify system, provide more funding for local police to train for immigration enforcement, as well as, defund the La Raza front group called El Pueblo.
“We need to make sure that the Luebke and Harrison bill to force community colleges to accept illegal aliens dies this year.”, said William Gheen. “We also need to cut off the half a million dollars in taxes currently going to El Pueblo because El Pueblo is actively lobbying for benefits for illegal aliens in our state!”
The state of North Carolina currently has no method of accurately ascertaining how many millions or billions of dollars are being drained by illegal immigration, but many states with budget crisis are cracking down.
Lawmakers, talk radio show hosts, and organization leaders will address the crowd during a rally on June 18 near the Legislature. Concerned citizens who represent the 80% of North Carolinians ,who want more enforcement on the state level are encouraged to attend or support this effort from home.
ALIPAC is a multi ethnic, NC based, national organization and hopes to bring in leaders and organizations from other states to assist with this effort. For more information, please visit www.alipac.us