MoveOn.org: Saying ‘Illegal’ Alien Is a Hate Crime

Fox News, April 27, 2012

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  • http://countenance.wordpress.com/ Question Diversity

    MoveOn.org is one organization that should have gone away years ago.  Its founding purpose was to try to extricate the perjurer-in-chief from his little “predicament,” and that was late 1998 early 1999 time frame.  MoveOn.org is about as relevant to me as the 68 cents a gallon gas costs in St. Louis in November 1998.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_EHML35IFONW6YBS5BLZ7JYE6XU I W

      Ahh, but now, they are a ‘credible’ news source!

    • The__Bobster

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MoveOn.org

      According to an article in the Washington Post dated March 10, 2004:
      “The Democratic 527 organizations have drawn support from some wealthy liberals determined to defeat Bush. They include financier George Soros who gave $1.46 million to MoveOn.org Voter Fund (in the form of matching funds to recruit additional small donors); Peter B. Lewis, chief executive of the Progressive Corp., who gave $500,000 to MoveOn.org Voter Fund; and Linda Pritzker, of the Hyatt hotel family, and her Sustainable World Corp., who gave $4 million to the joint fundraising committee.”[19

  • ed91

    perhaps it depends on what the meaning of “is” is.

    bill clinton, call your office

  • haroldcrews

    Then what are all those people doing in prison?

    • Rocky Bass

       “Criminal Alien”, that has an all too familiar and all to0 common feel to it, doesn’t it?

  • IKantunderstand

    In about another 20 years, it will be faster to just list the words we are allowed to say.

  • http://eradica.wordpress.com/ Firepower

    If it IS LEGAL to get an Oval Office BJ
    and get away with it
    It’s legal to say Illegal

    • anonymous_amren

      Could the mainstream conservatives like you please stop shooting all of us race-realists in the foot with your foolishness? Thanks.

      Your anti-Clinton nonsense has made it impossible to discuss impeaching actual traitorous presidents without people thinking of sex.

      • http://countenance.wordpress.com/ Question Diversity

         Except I never thought about sex, I thought about perjury, which is a Federal felony.

  • Boereseun

    How dare they be called ‘illegal’ immigrants?! In this day and age the correct term is an ‘Invader’.

    • The__Bobster

      Yes, I’ll stick with “ugly, brown squat monster invader”. Let them chew on that.

  • ageofknowledge

    So an organization with a large number of criminal illegal aliens associated with it wants to make it a criminal act to accurately use a dictionary text-book entry in labling them for what they are? http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/illegal+alien

    How very UN-American, but then that’s what these people are in reality: UN-American.  

  • loyalwhitebriton

    No human being is illegal…

    Well, that is true by defintion. If you are born, your life is legal, in as much that the law recognises you as being alive (though if you are still in the womb, this legal recognition doesn’t apply – but that’s another debate).
    But there is a difference between being legally recognised as being alive, and being alive in somebody else’s country!.
    Unless, of course, one takes the view that there are no borders or “countries”; and this, as every sensible person knows, is palpable nonsense – a country is an extension of a community, which is an extension of the family, which is an extension of the individual.  
    And an individual can only experience that truly breath-taking sense of freedom in a community/nation where the most obvious commonality is that commonality which is the most obvious.
    That obvious commonality which is the most obvious is race.
    And until the white population at large recogises this, we’ll never truly be free.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_W25W7Z72IPG34VCBTTORC7GE3U Steven

    I actually get their email on my spam email account. You get to sign petions like the one for skittles as Ibeacrack Hoaddict.

  • Diamond_Lil

    The libs really don’t like it when you point out that the Supreme Court used the term “illegal alien” in Plyler v. Doe.

    • Eagle_Eyed

      Not only that, but according to Kris Kobach (one of the authors of SB 1070) the term “illegal alien” is the only one used by the government in legislation.  So to call someone an “undocumented immigrant” is to ignore how the law is written–much like calling some one “innocent” of a crime is technically not correct (the law states that the person is declared “not guilty.”) 

  • Church_of_Jed

    It’s racially charged, hateful, morally wrong, and dangerously legitimizes violence against White Humanity to perpetuate the provocative myth called “White privilege.”

  • AlbertSwearengen

    If no human being is illegal, then surely no word can be a crime.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_J2K5ZMDFMZJXXOIIFMPG2A55KQ Timothy J

    What’s next??? The headline that they prefer Illegitimate Americans or Mexican National American Humans??? Either way, they just want to live in a multicultural utopia with us, right???

    These people, always trying to soften up the language to make it easier for us to digest.  I don’t care what you call them, their presence and acceptance brings the same outcome.

  • dukem1

    1.   I suggest that the formulation be stated as “Foreign nationals that are in our country illegally:
    and,
    2.   I suggest that any foreign national who should be in the U.S. be treated in the same manner that such a person would be treated in the country of their origin – i.e, if their native land has open borders, then, well, OK…or, if their  native land puts people in prison or deports them immediately, well,  hasta la vista,  baby…like that….what could be more fair?

  • Afoster477

    Illegal invader would be more correct, but for me, illegal alien has to do.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/DFC73YYAKSHGIE32R4T3TFAEHI No

    They’ve been trying to do away with the n-word for decades and it hasn’t improved that particular group of creatures: they’re still n-words. 

    Call mestizos whatever you want.  They’re still impoverished, criminal, disease-bearing, third-world outcasts who have no place in a civilized society.  If they did, they would have already created their own instead of trying to steal ours.

    You can call Pedro a hippopotamus if you want to . . . it won’t improve either HIS situation or MY attitude.  

    I still don’t want him and sixteen little aztecs living in my neighborhood . . .  robbing, raping, murdering and soaking up my tax dollars.

  • Xanthippe2

    Thanks for the grammar check, Moveon.org!  True, no human is illegal; the proper term is “criminal.”  However the real criminals here are those in power who are allowing are country to be destroyed though non-White immigration — legal and illegal.  The invaders themselves are just minor league opportunists.

  • 2573366

    Allow me to speak my truth. I’m an old man, not far from the end, and I’ve no reason to couch my words. I live in California; most Hispanics, mainly Mexican, I’ve worked with in my life, are family oriented capitalists. I admire their “machismo” which frankly, MOST caucasians fall short of. They are of southern Euopean heritage and have MUCH more in common with “anglos” than they do with Africans. I suggest whites befriend them as allies instead of viewing them as adversaries. As a whole, they find African culture repulsive.

    • The__Bobster

      I suggest you bugger off. They’re Amerind mongrels who wish our displacement and that we’d die off ASAP.

      • 2573366

        While I disagree with your assessment that they “wish our displacement” I defend your right to your opinion without the necessity of telling you to “bugger off”. I suppose where I differ with you is while I believe that white, european, Christian culture is superior to other cultures, I view no people as “mongrels”. As an example, if one NFL quarterback is better than another NFL quarterback, why would the superior qb feel the need to denigrate the qb with lesser skills.

  • Sherman_McCoy

    I call him “Target.”

  • mobilebay

    How about “future democrats?”

  • Church_of_Jed

    “Illegally invading America is a hate crime against our dwindling resources, our futures, and accelerates the minoritization of the White community.”

    -Rev. Jed DeValleyism, “Why foreigners can’t tell me how to speak English,” 2012

  • 2573366

    I don’t want to be in “your” movement son. I believe in the superiority of my culture but I don’t need to view lesser cultures as “the enemy”…..for just that reason…..the superiority of mine.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mark-Archibald/100000650025572 Mark Archibald

    MoveOn  can officially suck my balls…

  • Ghg32

    Accurate use of language upsets progressive public dishonesty.