Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Changing the scope of May 1

I had been looking forward to the May 1 Latino boycott. The organizers initially presented it as free illegal alien day, but now, I am not so sure. And it looks like the scope is changing. Now they are calling for mass rallies, again! To make it more despicable they have chosen the one day of the calendar that it is most despised by communist survivors and anti-communists in general. May 1 always brings back memories of the newsreels showing the bellicose Soviets parading military hardware up and down Kremlin square. I said I was looking forward to it, because I thought that my commute to work would benefit from a lighter traffic, without fear of being hit by an unlicensed uninsured illegal alien motorist.

Here is slogan that we used to chant under our breath during marches in communist Cuba.

Uno, dos, tres, cuatro, comiendo mierda y rompiendo zapato. Repeat!


Melek said...

Great post Orlando!

What's sad is that many attending these rallies don't really understand that they are being "used" by those who have alterior motives! Some just show up, without a clue of "what it is that they are protesting."

I wish you well! :) Melek

"Communism and fascism or nazism, although poles apart in their intellectual content, are similar in this, that both have emotional appeal to the type of personality that takes pleasure in being submerged in a mass movement and submitting to superior authority." ~ J. Brown

Ronnysgirl said...

I agree with Melek. It is sad when people just show up to protest and not have a clue as to what is going on.

A. Perales said...

Well, they are on their way to get what they want. Bush is set on his way to give the illegals the right to stay. Last time it was a few millions and now over 10 if not more.
And then you hear or read conflicting reports in the news about how the American people feel about this situation. Even Bill O' Reilly on Fox News says that it's impossible to deport millions back to their country. Really? It's just that government officials don't have the courage, for lack of a more profane word, to follow the letter of the law.
The congressmen might as well erase the law from the book by the way they're acting on this issue and disband the border patrol.