posted on May, 10 2010 @ 11:13 AM
We are getting away from the issue at the core of the problems. It is not about flags, but rather it is about illegale immigration. The problem that
I am seeing is that many people, who support illegale immigration are often not victims of the crimes that many illegale immigrants commit, and the
rights that many illegale immigrants are demanding, even though they have broken the laws of the country.
Part of what many need to admit is that not all immigrants are evil, or bad, coming here to seek a better way of life. They left everything that they
know behind to come to this country. Those who come through the front door, takes the time and the effort to join into society and be a part of that
country, to even giving up their own lives when they are called to. They are inventors, entrenpeneurs or do such just to spite their former homeland,
cause they were denied their rights, and viewed it as a miscarriage of justice. Some of the biggest contributers to this country came here for that
exact reason. Take a look a Carnagie, or the next time you walk through a museum, chances are it has an exhibit from the Smithsonian, an immigrant
who came here cause he was upset at being denied his birthright. But at the same time, not all immigrants are here for the best of purposes, such as
the recent times square suspect. He too came through the front door, so this is also an issue of security. Let me ask you this, if you support
illegale immigrants, if the Senate declared war against another country, do you think the illegale immigrants would volunteer to go into the armed
forces to support the country? Probably not, they would go to ground to disappear so they did not have to fight. What if the war was against say
their home country, how do you think they would react, and what would be the publics outcry then?
The cry that I keep hearing is for social justice and point out to the civil rights movements, yet fail to learn the lesson of Dr. King. His cry was
for equal justice, and his means was peaceful, even in the face of danger to life and limb. He knew he could be arrested, go to jail, suffer beatings
and even give his life up for his cause, yet would not raise a hand to protect himself, or have any of his followers for such. They did not wave
flags, rather they did it cause they knew if they were violent, threw a punch then the movement was over.
When I see the illegal immigrant rallys happen, I shake my head, and will offer no support. What I see, is a violent and often rude people who show
no loyalty to the country, who do violent things even in the face of being arrested, often throwing the first punch, brick and weapon. Any support in
the publics eye that they may have garnered is immediately lost, as it gives weight to all arguments against them. Those students as nobel as they
think their cause may have been, is often misguided, what is gained by leaving class and protesting and waving mexican flags? All it reeks of social
justice and demands for things that they are not entitled too. Before you say oh the poor immigrants, and hispanic community, take a look at the laws
on the books. There are things like affermitative action, which is legalized discrimination against those who are white. What more do they want that
has not already been given? The more they push, the more the country is going to pull back and look in contempt. If they waved the american flag,
stated as part of their chant, we are here for the country and were willing to go to jail and die for their cause without lifting a hand to defend
themselves, then they would deserve respect.