Illegal immigrants celebrate the Communist Revolution today

Monday, May Day, is International Worker’s Day and the communist celebration of the Bolshevik Revolution. It is also a day when illegal immigrants plan to boycott work, school and shopping in an effort to show the contribution of undocumented aliens to the U.S. economy.

Protesters will march in Chicago, New York and Los Angeles to urge Congress not to support a bill introduced by U.S. Rep. James Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.), which would make it a felony to illegally enter the U.S. or facilitate the illegal entry of someone else.

read more here…

Todays march has very little to do with immigration, and lots to do with anti-democracy and pro-communisim. But with all of the disinformation in the news media you would almost never know.

If you doubt that the Immigrant march is a communist influenced event read this:
Venezuela’s Chavez and the “Day Without Immigrants”

There is every reason to suspect that Hugo Chavez may even be playing a planning and supporting role in today’s (May 1st – the Communist holiday) “Day Without an Immigrant” demonstrations.

Read the whole thing…

Great post here exposing the fifth column: May Day illegal immigration march/boycott: the supporters

UPDATE 3: Mark Krikorian gets it right.

Prominent among the organizers of the street actions have been CISPES, the ANSWER Coalition, and other communist organizations, with CAIR and its ilk joining in, Subcomandante Marcos sending Zapatistas to protest at our embassy in Mexico City.
Read the whole thing…

What I find most interesting about this whole chain of events is the fact that hostile forign interests (communist, islamic extremist, etc) have ordered forign insurgents (AKA Illegal aliens) to act against the United States national interest on our own soil.

And only a few lonely bloggers talked about it.

The elephant in the room.



  1. If a communist is a person who defends the rights of the working families; I AM A COMMUNIST




  2. Yes Juan, we all know how communisism defends the free:

    To The Victims of Communism, Lest We Forget

    Equality to a communist means the equality of slavery. Under “communism” (or as the communists now call themselves “social democrats”), Everyone will be an equal slave!

    Unfortunately, there are many people around today, like Juan here, that would prefer the equality of slavery to the inequities of freedom.

    Freedom is hard work.
    Freedom requires personal responsibility.
    Socialism is never about freedom.


  3. Um, have you ever heard of the Soviet Union, or China? What about Cambodia? Are you aware that communism is responsible for over a hundred million deaths in the 20th century?

    Do you support this Juan? America does not!


  4. […] As I said here, “What I find most interesting about this whole chain of events is the fact that hostile forign interests (communist, islamic extremist, etc) have ordered forign insurgents (AKA Illegal aliens) to act against the United States national interest on our own soil. […]


  5. Hugo Chavez is a sworn enemy to America. He even funded al-Qaeda after 9/11.

    Juan’s problem, is that he sees himself as a have-not. He thinks it’s unfair. Instead of working hard in order to achieve the same success that he hates others’ for having, he would rather that everyone else not have anything either.

    It’s the same liberal mindset about tax-cuts. They hate the wealthy receiving a cut in taxes, even though the wealthy pays the vast majority of the taxes that the Treasury receives. It’s not as if the unwealthy are actually having to pay more than they did before. It’s only a matter of the hatred for someone else having what they themselves don’t have.

    I have some liberal [former] friends who became extremely jealous when I decided to go to college. They went to school at various times, only to dropout, (hypocrites). I paid for my education by myself, while they had theirs paid for them. Yet, I did not criticize them when they quit.

    They said “So what, are against the working man now?” I responded with, “No I am not, I work very hard”. Bear in mind that at this time, I went to school full-time, worked full-time, and worked as an intern. I worked to pay my way through school, pay my bills, and buy my books. I did all of this while they sat around drinking beer and smoking weed all the time. Yet these idiots tried to tell me something, [anything] about the hard work of the ‘working man’.

    They absolutely hate my success now. They are filled with rage and jealousy. Did I also mention that they’re drug addicts?

    Politech, I’m so glad I found your blog. It seems that we are truly like-minded. If you don’t have any objections, I will add you to my blogroll.


  6. Thanks Brent! I have returned linkage goodness to your blog as well.

    I really like your story about dead-ender “friends”, of which I also have more than I ever would have imagined.


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