September 24, 2009

D.A. King in the Marietta Daily Journal: Mickey Mouse a ‘racist hater’? Yes, say illegals’ allies

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Marietta Daily Journal
September 22, 2009

D.A. King

Mickey Mouse a ‘racist hater’? Yes, say illegals’ allies

Along with many others, Jimmy Carter has accused Americans who disagree with the president’s policies – including Obamacare – of “racism.” In reaction to Rep. Joe Wilson’s public “you lie” observation, and in an obvious reference to whatever remains of the vile KKK, Georgia Congressman Hank Johnson said, “I guess we’ll probably have folks putting on white hoods and white uniforms again and riding through the countryside, intimidating people,”

A Google check of the term “health care – racism” brings up more than five million “hits.” Most of the first several pages link to stories and leftist blogs assuring the reader that opposition to Obama’s national health care is racist.

A recent Associated Press story on the fact that the “R word” has been spewed to the point of becoming meaningless read, in part: “everybody’s racist, it seems.”

With the current focus on the shameless smearing and endless use of the term “racist” to ridicule the majority of America, what many Americans are now seeing for the first time is merely the time-worn and programmed default attack weapon for the mindless and integrity-free far left.

None of this is new. It is the only tool in their very shallow box. It is not going to get better soon. It is also very old news for those who have taken a firm public stand in favor of English as the common and official language of the United States and against illegal employment, illegal immigration, open borders and another amnesty for illegal aliens.

You ain’t seen nothin’ yet. Citing a need for ‘”keeping families together” and even more labor, the open borders, amnesty industry will soon introduce legislation to repeat the “one-time” 1986 legalization and path to citizenship scheme for illegals. Again.

Ignore the fact that Time magazine recently reported that “the country faces the prospect of long-term double-digit unemployment.” And what is likely a “hate fact”: Rewarding three million illegal aliens with amnesty in ’86 has resulted in more than four times that many today. Most of whom howl that punishment for invasion and theft of the American Dream is a racist human rights violation.

The amnesty benefits would also apply to the illegal employers who are part of the massive coalition of congressional puppets, media elites, academic nobility, foreign governments, big business, big religion and the huge, well-funded, ethnocentric lobby pushing the legalization.

With “Comprehensive Immigration Reform,” the feverish race-baiting and smearing to come will make the Obamacare “debate” look like a peaceful day at Disney World. Oops, perhaps a bad example.

The Walt Disney Company has been labeled “racist” by at least one open-borders, pro-amnesty group. “MexicaMovement,” a California-based “civil-rights” organization, contends that Disney and affiliated ABC “has made a habit of hiring talk show hosts who spread the white supremacist racist agenda.” (Translation: hosts who are against open borders, illegal immigration and amnesty).

One target? The late radio great, Paul Harvey. MexicaMovement described Harvey as a “racist Nazi.” On the MexicaMovement Web site, Disney’s iconic Mickey Mouse is depicted as a snarling, swastika-sleeved Brownshirt … giving a Nazi salute. Pro-amnesty attack Web sites such as the National Council of La Raza’s “We can Stop the Hate” come complete with a list of Americans that radio and TV networks should not allow on the air and a page titled “code words of hate.”

In addition to furiously opposing enforcement of American immigration laws, La Raza (“The Race”) has made the outrageous and nearly comical claim that fully one in seven Americans are members of “hate groups.”

Quick! Everyone check their wallet for suspicious membership cards … or used passes to Disney World.

Then-La Raza vice president Cecilia Munoz attributed the 2007 amnesty’s crushing defeat to a “wave of hate” promoted by talk show hosts and those wretched Americans who opposed the legalization bill that never saw a single committee hearing.

Munoz is now the Director of Intergovernmental Affairs in the Obama White House.

We should brace for another amnesty battle – and much more of the vicious smearing. Both came with the invasion.

D.A. King is president of the Cobb-based Dustin Inman Society, which is opposed to illegal immigration. On the Web: