Joseph Turner, Conservative Voice, Mar. 3
For too long, Americans have sat back and watched Home Depot betray their nation with their support of illegal alien day labors through their sponsorship of numerous day labor centers and by making alliances with racist, anti-American organizations like the National Council of La Raza.
A study conducted by Professor Abel Valenzuela found that as many as 90% of all day laborers entered this country illegally. However, in pursuit of the almighty dollar, Home Depot criminally violates federal laws prohibiting the aiding and abetting of illegal aliens by sponsoring and supporting the establishment of day labor centers.
In Glendale, California, Home Depot agreed to provide the construction materials, a portable trailer and funding for a paid staff position. Their total investment amounted to over $50,000 a year for that facility. In another instance, the store donated land and start-up funding for a day labor facility. In Los Angeles, in cooperation with CHIRLA, Home Depot has actually allowed that organization to build a day labor center in their parking lot. In Burbank, Home Depot also agreed to build a day labor center. Recently, in Rialto, California, the City Council voted to approve $40,000 in funding for a Home Depot day labor center. The list goes on and on.
However, even more alarming are the financial contributions and recent partnership between Home Depot and the National Council of La Raza. La Raza is an organization that supports amnesty for illegal aliens, drivers licenses for illegal aliens and racist and violently militant organizations like MEChA, which advocates the liberation and seizure of the Southwestern United States. Home Depot would be shouted down and publicly shamed if it were to announce a partnership with the Ku Klux Klan, but is given a free pass on their partnership with the Tan Klan. This is unacceptable.
The only way to persuade Home Depot to change its behavior is through inflicting economic pain. SaveOurState.org has devised an innovative plan to peacefully and legally lockdown a Home Depot store in Rancho Cucamonga, California on March 12th.
Activists will flood the store and seek to purchase small items like an 8-cent screw or bolt. This will result in long checkout lines with many time consuming purchases that will discourage customers from shopping and buying larger items. Activists will then repeat the process over and over for the duration of the protest. Combined with picketers, educational literature, a parking lot full of vehicles and major competitor just down the street, we believe that we can seriously suppress sales and profits that morning.
It is an incredibly simple tactic that can produce a tangible result. It requires very little effort on the part of angry Americans who are tired of watching their communities to turn into Third World cesspools as a result of the illegal alien invasion. More importantly, if replicated across the country, together we can bring a corporate giant to its knees. Stand up and join the fight with us. By walking the walk, Americans can use their overwhelming numbers to defeat the open borders lobby.