Rally on Georgia Capitol steps to demand secure borders and approval of Georgia Security and Immigration Compliance Act
“This is our country, and this is where we will stay.” – Rep. Luis Gutierrez [D- IL] to a crowd of about 100,000 in downtown Chicago, Illinois, USA. Friday, March 10, 2006.
Gutierrez audience? Many admitted to being illegal aliens, all were present to hear speeches that denounced the current effort from the U.S. House of Representatives to secure the American border with Mexico and crack down on illegal immigration.
Many in the mob waved the flag of Mexico.
The governor of Illinois addressed the patriotic multitude…in Spanish.
What Congressman Gutierrez meant was that the illegal alien inhabitants of the Chicago area publicly refuse to obey American laws and were telling the world that they have no plans on leaving now…or six years from now.
Nobody believes that illegal aliens will leave Illinois, Georgia or the United States unless we force them to leave. But first, we must secure the border. Then we must make it clear that there will be no more amnesty for illegal aliens.
The Dustin Inman Society supports the “Border Protection, Antiterrorism, and Illegal Immigration Control Act of 2005” (H.R. 4437), being considered in the U.S. Senate as well as the Georgia Security and Immigration Compliance Act ( SB 529) recently ratified by the Georgia Senate and about to be taken up in the Georgia House. Please call your state Representative to express the importance of SB 529.
We are hosting a peaceful rally to make our support for these bills – and the rule of law – very public, on the Georgia Capitol steps Saturday, March 18, 2006 at NOON.
Rain or shine.
We expect people from all over Georgia to attend and make their voices heard to the U.S. Senate and to the Georgia House – and Governor Perdue.
As citizens, we have had enough.
The Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund [MALDEF] the ACLU, the Anti-Defamation League, the AFL-CIO and other groups organized a Wednesday morning rally on the Capitol steps to educate about a hundred mostly self-proclaimed illegal aliens on the consequences to be suffered if SB 529 were to become law…and then enforced.
Later the group was urged to go into the Georgia Capitol and lobby Georgia senators to vote “NO” on the bill aimed at discouraging illegal immigration into Georgia. Many of them did. I watched as their handlers and the few English speaking admitted illegals tried to help the Spanish only illegals speak to senators.
Then, as the group filled more than half of the public gallery balcony in the Georgia Senate chamber, Jerry Gonzalez, who operates state Senator Sam Zamarripa’s [D- Atlanta] open borders organization – the Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials – explained to the media that legislators should regard the illegal aliens as “constituents” – and listen to their demands.
Escorting illegal aliens into the Georgia senate chamber to demand that the law not be enforced is a fascinating strategy…si?
Please help us show the media that illegal aliens are not the only people who can put pressure on government in America.
SECURE OUR BORDERS! ENFORCE OUR LAWS! NO MORE AMNESTY!
YES TO SB 529! ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION IS NOT A FEDERAL PROBLEM, IT IS A NATIONAL CRISIS AND WE MUST PROTECT GEORGIA! NOW!
A recent Zogby poll showed that 80% of Georgians want something done about illegal immigration in Georgia.
If you are in that 80%, please come to the Georgia Capitol Saturday, March 18 at NOON, for a two hour rally.
We will have American police protection while we demand that American law be equally enforced.
Contact D.A. King with questions… DA@TheDustinInmansociety.org