Today again I’m taking this post right from the “Southern Poverty Law Center” web site (www.splcenter.org/) This article is the idea of Tom Tancredo. Of course, anything Mr. Tancredo says needs to be taken “with a grain of salt” I don’t want to waste much space writing about him, but you can find information regarding him online.
He’s another Republican who should have the motto “Scare America First”. It appears he’s forgotten we are a nation of immigrants (with the expection of our Native American Citizens).
Posted in Extremist Propaganda by David Holthouse on February 27, 2009
Immigrant-bashing former congressman Tom Tancredo (R-Colo.) has a long record of making outrageous statements. In 2003, for example, while campaigning with a Senate candidate in Illinois, Tancredo said that undocumented immigrants “are coming here [to America] to kill you and to kill me and our families.” In 2005, he told an Orlando, Fla., talk radio host that the United States should “take out” Mecca and other Islamic holy sites in response to a terrorist attack by Muslim extremists.
But rarely — if ever — has the founder of the hard-line nativist Congressional Immigration Reform Caucus so expressly advocated a white nationalist point of view as he reportedly did two days ago in a speech at American University.
“Throughout history, people who are not white Anglo-Saxon have become American by adopting a white Anglo-Saxon culture,” Tancredo said, according to an account on Diamondback Online, a student newspaper at the University of Maryland. “Today, this cult of multiculturality emphasizes our differences — things that pull us apart instead of bringing us together.” The online newspaper also said that Tancredo identified Latinos and Muslims as members of “problem” cultures.
The event was organized by Youth for Western Civilization, a new “right-wing youth” group with direct ties to the white nationalist hate website VDARE.com.
Just for clarity, I want to post a photo that more closely represents Americans…who by the way, are of all races, colors and creeds, etc.