Illegal Protest

Illegal Protest
American Citizens who are tired of the illegal alien invasion

The Time Has Come to Stop Demonizing Patriotic Americans

November 14th, 2008

Time and time again we have heard from the left wingnuts like Ruben Navarrette Jr, a non-apologetic pro-illegal alien American invasion supporter - and from racist groups like The National Council of La Raza that Americans who are speaking out against the invasion of MILLIONS of ILLEGAL ALIENS are DEMONIZING the poor hard-working “immigrants” who are seeking a better life and because of that, these poor hard-working immigrants seeking their “American Dream” are being attacked, murdered and driven out of their new country.


Well I have news for all you race baiting whores. It is the Americans who are being DEMONIZED when these racist pro-invasion groups tell us we are “racists” for objecting to the invasion of millions of people coming here illegally. We are mean. We are bigots. We are nativists.  You name it - we are the bad guys for standing up and speaking out. Not the illegal aliens who are sneaking across our border DAILY by the THOUSANDS.  No - they are just poor immigrants looking for a better life.

Oh really? You mean like the MS-13 gang members that are made up mostly of illegal aliens? Or maybe the Mexican Drug Cartels that are operating within our country now - kidnapping children and adults alike..  


The TRUTH here is - it is the very act of illegal immigration that is causing Americans to get ANGRY. It is not that Americans are speaking out that is causing the anger to spill over into attacks. It is the fact that they have invaded our country and DO NOT BELONG HERE that is causing the anti-Mexican illegal alien backlash.

These blatant attempts to silence our outrage is clear. They want to label us and it is THEY who are DEMONIZING US not the other way around!  It is the open borders racist groups such as MALDEF, LULAC, The National Council of THE RACE, MeCHA, the ACLU, the ADL and hundreds of smaller open borders “coalitions” which are funded by these larger groups - who are CREATING THE HATE.

It is the DEMANDS by the illegal alien invaders for us to bend over and give them MORE MORE MORE that is creating the HATE and yes it is in fact HATE.  It is not those who are pointing out the obvious. It is not those who are saying “STOP THE INVASION” who are creating the hate. It is the ILLEGAL ALIENS AND THEIR ACTIONS CREATING THE HATE.

I can say without a doubt that more and more Americans HATE the ILLEGAL ALIEN INVASION OF OUR COUNTRY and yes that is going to result in SOME people acting out their hate on those who are the cause of the invasion.

The solution? GO HOME.

Ever wonder why there is not as much of an outcry against Polish or Irish illegal aliens?  Well it’s actually very simple. THEY ARE NOT MARCHING IN OUR STREETS AND LOBBYING OUR CONGRESS WITH HEAVILY FUNDED PRO-AMNESTY REPRESENTATIVES TO GET MORE OUT OF THIS COUNTRY THAN THEY ALREADY ARE GETTING.

The smart illegals have stayed in the shadows. The stupid ones, which apparently are from Mexico and South America - think that making demands of their invaded country host will actually make us love them more… Apparently they did not get to the classes where they taught Newton’s Third Law of Motion:

For every action there is an equal and opposite REACTION.

The backlash that the RACIST PRO-ILLEGAL GROUPS want to call a “Wave of Hate” from demonizing illegal aliens is actually very simply the REACTION by more and more Americans to that very invasion and that very arrogance which the mostly Hispanic invaders carry.  We’re going to invade your country and take money from your pockets Americans and YOU ARE GOING TO LIKE IT OR ELSE.

Pics and Video from Shenandoah Rally Saturday August 30th

August 31st, 2008

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Panorama of rally

Dan worked all day on processing the photos and video from the rally yesterday. You can find many of them here at his post on Digger’s Realm on the rally. You can also read Wendy Medishefshki’s coverage of the rally here at Pa Pundit site. The videos from the rally with the speakers and other happenings at the rally are here on YouTube.

Dan Ruth The rally was relatively short by normal Voice of the People USA standards and all the speakers held the attention of the rally goers for the most part UNTIL Crystal Dillman, the fiancee of Luis Ramirez, showed up with some other girls and with a Mexican flag and began shouting “racists” at the crowd.

Gee I thought Crystal and her crowd were pushing for “unity” - then why was Crystal at OUR rally trying to incite an attack? Could it have been a cheap ploy for attention because for once the patriotic citizens of Shenandoah were getting all the media attention? You will notice that NONE of the people from the Voice of the People USA rally went over to the Unity gathering to try to disrupt their little “unity” charade. So.. I ask you .. who are the instigators and who are acting like mature adults? For the most part, after the initial reaction, the crowd gathered at Babe Ruth Memorial Park in a show of unity for enforcing the laws, ignored the attempts by Crystal Dillman and company to disrupt the rally and cause a disturbance that would have over-shadowed the peaceful rally. Nice try Crystal. Your lack of class shows very clearly in acts like these. I was proud of the group for resisting the attempts by Crystal and her friends to goad them into reacting.
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All the speakers at the rally were well-received by the crowd and after the rally ended, it seemed there was not enough time to talk to everyone who wanted to know more. Digger printed up only 30 flyers with some links and info and those were gone in the first 10 minutes! It’s expensive to print up a lot of flyers and we aren’t paid by anyone to do what we do but at the next rally I think we’ll spring to have copies done at a copy center before the rally. View the flyer here

One thing I noticed at this rally is - here are a group of people thrust into the immigration debate spotlight. They haven’t all been watching Lou Dobbs and all of this is quite new to them. They have a lot of catching up to do to combat the rhetoric flying around and the more educated they become about the illegal immigration situation and what they can do about it, the more positive outcomes will result from this tragedy. This incident that has thrust them into the spotlight is a real wake-up call for their small community and I really wish it didn’t take something like this to galvanize people to band together and fight the scourge of illegal immigration. How many more communities will have this kind of culture clash result in a death - whether it be an American or another illegal alien - before that community wakes up and begins participating in being part of the solution?


Here’s a photo Dan captured of Crystal and her buddies holding the Mexican flag while shouting “racists” at our group.

Crystal the attention whore

Yeah that’s a real “unifying” thing to do Crystal at a Pro-American rally now isn’t it?


Shenandoah, PA Pro-American Rally a Big Success Today

August 30th, 2008


Dan and I drove 2 hours to Shenandoah, PA to speak at a Voice of the People USA Rally being held there to counter the hate speech which has descended upon the town ever since the July 12th incident where several teens have been accused of attacking a 25 year old illegal alien Mexican, Luis Ramirez, which then resulted in his death days later in the hospital.

The accused teens are out on bail and there has been a preliminary hearing so far. The trial date and venue have not been set. Some of the relatives of the accused teens were at the rally and we spoke with them. We hope to share some additional information that has not come out in the media, that we learned from them as well.

The turnout from this small town of 5600 people was phenomenal! The police presence was also incredible and the weather held out perfectly even though thunderstorms had been predicted. The police estimated around 600 people attending and the crowd was quite enthusiastic and vocal in their reception of the speakers. There were some skinhead types among the crowd but it’s a free country and Voice of the People USA were not excluding anyone, even the opposition, who made a brief appearance while displaying a Mexican flag. The crowd reacted but then resisted the attempts by the girls to get a reaction and there were no incidents.

We have lots of photos and video to process from the 8 hour day today which we hope to have up by the end of the weekend. There were many reporters and camera people there so it should be interesting to see how the event is portrayed in the various media.

The atmosphere at this rally was quite energizing and the entire time a helicopter hovered around overhead - we aren’t sure if it was a news helicopter or a police helicopter. I would have to say there were about 20 police there - it seemed from two different departments - perhaps some State troopers and some local police. It was comforting having all the police there since this incident has divided this town and created a great amount of hostility between many of the residents.

Happy 4th of July 2008! And by the way - where is my country?

July 4th, 2008

A very appropriate video (below) for our most patriotic holiday. Does anyone remember what July 4th actually stands for I wonder? It seems most associate it with fireworks and family barbecues and vacations and the original reason for July 4th has been superseded by the advertising whores of this country. How sad… American Flag

Some facts about where our July 4th holiday originated from Wikipedia:

During the American Revolution, the legal separation from Great Britain occured on July 2, 1776, when the Second Continental Congress voted to approve a resolution of independence that had been proposed in June by Richard Henry Lee of Virginia.[1] After voting for independence, Congress turned its attention to the Declaration of Independence, a statement explaining this decision, which had been prepared by a committee with Thomas Jefferson as its principal author. Congress debated and revised the Declaration, finally approving it on July 4. A day earlier, John Adams had written to his wife Abigail:

The second day of July, 1776, will be the most memorable epoch in the history of America. I am apt to believe that it will be celebrated by succeeding generations as the great anniversary festival. It ought to be commemorated as the day of deliverance, by solemn acts of devotion to God Almighty. It ought to be solemnized with pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires, and illuminations, from one end of this continent to the other, from this time forward forever more.[2]

Adams’s prediction was off by two days. From the outset, Americans celebrated independence on July 4, the date shown on the much-publicized Declaration of Independence, rather than on July 2, the date the resolution of independence was approved in a closed session of Congress.[3]

One of the most enduring myths about Independence Day is that Congress signed the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776.[4] The myth had become so firmly established that, decades after the event and nearing the end of their lives, even the elderly Thomas Jefferson and John Adams had come to believe that they and the other delegates had signed the Declaration on the fourth.[5] Most delegates actually signed the Declaration on August 2, 1776.[6]

A perfect video for July 4th by Bob Corso - enjoy!