Black People : The right side of the immigration debate

Discussion in 'Black People Open Forum' started by Full Speed, Apr 27, 2010.

  1. Full Speed

    Full Speed Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Everyone is entitled to their own opinion.

    I saw Al on TV today opposing the new law in Arizona because of racial profiling.

    Hmmmmmm???? It seems everyone wants to piggy back the success of those who made racism unacceptable and a political death blow. The gays are doing it, now the Mexicans are trying to make restricting their access to go and come into another nation and to gain access to that nations health care, and other resources paid for by the tax payers of that nation about racism.

    IMO, if they are legal citizens, that law won't bother them. If they are illegal, it will.

    What is your opinion on what is the right side of the immigration debate for Black people and other legal minority citizens?

    The only benefit I see in supporting illegal immigrants is that it waters down white supremacy from a political perspective. The more white leaders try to appease the hispanic vote by allowing them to go and come as they please and have access to American resources the more anchor babies and such will result in the white majority no longer being the majority. Once they are no longer the majority, they have much less political power.

    Just my opinion. I would love to hear others.
     
  2. jamesfrmphilly

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    mexicans take jobs from black people
     
  3. Full Speed

    Full Speed Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I agree.

    So, what is your opinion on the new Arizona Law? Personally, I like it and applaud the Arizona Governer for having the nads to do something since the federal government has consistently failed to do something about it.
     
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    when yr enemies fight each other, stand back and enjoy...

    their women are so ugly they sholud be deported. i do not care what white people do to mexicans.
    i would love to see every one of them sent back across the border.

    i do not care about the law. i only care if it impacts black people.
     
  5. Full Speed

    Full Speed Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    It takes laws and the enforcement of those laws to protect the interest of black people. That is why we need to be politically involved...on the RIGHT side of the debate. Otherwise, the status quo remains.
     
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    oh, i care about THE law, i just do not care about the arizona law.
     
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    And that job would be..... grass cutting, selling oranges by the side of the road, and migrant farming?

    In my neck-ode-woods, I ain't seen too many black people doing that, if any.


    And for someone always blaming white supremacy for everything, it's weird to see you take the same stance on another minority that whites have taken (and still take) on us.


    As for immigration, I not indifferent but undecided.
    I really don't care if they come here. Hell if I were at the border I'd probably help them over. I remember taking a test to become a border patrol officer and before the test I was thinking 'this is probably gonna be a conflict of interest. They drop me a sob story and I might turn my back, avert an eye, and let'em cross.' But money trumps allegiances, and I wanted the money.

    I'm for trying to solve the problem at root. We don't give a hoot about Canada, they walk across their border all day every day because Canada is on par if not surpassing America socially, politically, and economically is many ways... so Canada isn't a thread. But it's those poor 'down south' darkies that we worry about and that we want to keep out. I would love to see America try to work with Mexico and Central/South America help them became self-sufficient and support their own people. We might have to do that anyway if we are to become North American part of the New World Order. We caint have straggly-butt Mexico and central/southern America falling behind and not providing a proper alliance because their people is too weak and poor.

    But in the meantime, I'm not sure if the border should be controlled or freely open or what.


    Reminds of the movie 'The Day After Tomorrow.' It would be poetic justice for all of us to try to run to Mexico to escape some catastrophe and put a limit on the # of US citizens who can come in and then guard off the rest of from entering. That could happen some day. Remember how you treat those in need, for the situation become reverse. If we saw it from that POV, maybe then we (as in the government because I really ain't got nuthing to do with it) would see how to help them.
     
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    Mexicans do not "take" jobs.

    Somebody is giving jobs to them?

    ...Who are those somebody's?

    I agree with Full Speed, illegal is illegal.
    However, if the powers that be won't enforce
    the laws regarding immigration, then it doesn't
    matter. Rules are only as strong, as they are
    enforced.

    As a black man looking at the situation from an
    economic perspective, I charge the mexican govt.
    for creating conditions for keeping its citizens
    wallowing in 3rd world muck when it has the natural
    geographical and material resources to be economically
    robust. Their govt. and the oligarchs who continues to
    degrade that nation's potential, in order to keep their
    own pockets fat and foreign/multi-national corporations happy.

    In the spirit of survival, immagrants, mexicans in particular,
    don't come here because they want to. They would prefer be,
    like in the theme song from 'cheers', "where everybody knows
    your name". Hard times and desperation will push
    folks to do what they gotta do, right or wrong...

    Our threat is not creating the economic infrastructure, for us, so
    that we don't trip on immigrants, legal/illegal getting work.
     
  9. Full Speed

    Full Speed Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    The Arizona law is the precursor to what is needed to protect the Jobs of Black people. If the Arizona law is implemented and enforced...there will be THOUSANDS, if not hundreds of thousands of job openings in Arizona.... If this Arizona law starts a domino effect of other states, millions of job openings will occur. There will be a job available for every black man, woman, and child.
     
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    Wasn't it you who just did a thread on black people putting each other down and why you think that is unacceptable because puts at odds with inferiority?

    That is a disappointing and hypocritical statement, although I accept it as your opinion on the attractiveness of mexican women. But you are basing a very critical and important topic of debate on levels of attractiveness?

    Then what are we to do about all these fugly-wuggly Africans and their descendants in America taking jobs from good white folks?

    SEND THEM BACK TO AFRIKA!

    Are you ready to go back, jamesfrmphilly?

    *prays I land in the middle east or south africa or any place is more like living in united states*
     
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