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November 30, 2013

The face of America's future: East Asians?
In recent weeks the anti-patriot movement
has brought images of  East Asians to the
forefront in an apparent effort to displace
the perception of an Hispanic invasion.
The Obamas invested their time and our tax money Friday visiting with a group of anti-patriots.

Barack and Michelle encouraged immigration reformists with a promise of hope: There is still time to pass amnesty legislation.

The meeting transpired at the Washington mall where several reformers are "abstaining from food" to underscore their message.

The photo op allowed the embattled president to be seen with supporters, a number that has diminished dramatically over the past weeks.

• A nation of immigrants, but...

Managed immigration had been a bulwark of American culture through 1965. In that year Ted Kennedy's Immigration and Nationalization Act "abolished the National Origins Formula" that shored up the Eurocentric core of American culture.

The apparent intent was to change the character of our society by a cultural diffusion process that would move the political climate towards socialism. While cultural diffusion through legal immigration was slow, the process was accelerated substantially by allowing illegal immigration.

In the early years of this century, native Americans realized that an estimated 11 million illegal aliens were allowed to freely cross into the United States primarily from Mexico and Latin America.

• Tear tugging: An emotional appeal

The current trend among anti-patriot apologists is to field tales of illegal immigrants who appear to have melted into the culture and challenging the ethical and moral stance of demanding they leave the country. Emphasis is often placed on their children. Logic has been discarded  in lieu of emotion.

An East Asian was chosen to be the 'heckler' that
disrupted Obama's San Francisco speech. Anti-patriots
appear to be rebranding illegal immigration
with the more acceptable face of East Asians.
In reality, anti-patriots immigration 'reform' because the vast majority of non-white immigrants will vote for the liberal agenda of the Democratic Party.

• Consolidation of opposition

I've noticed in recent weeks the anti-patriot movement has brought images of East Asians to the forefront in an apparent effort to consolidate the movement and assure native Americans that they are not being overwhelmed by an Hispanic invasion from the South.

When Obama spoke in San Francisco last week, an illegal immigrant from South Korea was queued to disrupt the speech as a "heckler". The message of the East Asian face was that illegal aliens are not a massive horde of Hispanics, but include a talented lot of East Asians whom many consider to be 'ideal' immigrants. Note, however, that a higher percentage of East Asians voted for Obama than the percentage of Hispanics.

While America has always been a multicultural society from its inception, the impetus of our nation's innovation economic success has been free markets enabled by a Eurocentric ethos. Cultural Marxists intend to change both.

Obama Visits Immigration Activists


President Obama visited immigration activists in Washington on Friday, telling them there is still time for the House to pass legislation that would overhaul the nation's immigration system.

Obama stopped by a tent on the National Mall where some activists have been abstaining from food for the past 18 days. He was accompanied by first lady Michelle Obama.

The Senate passed a comprehensive immigration overhaul bill in the summer. The House has yet to vote on the measure, and Speaker John Boehner has refused to schedule votes on the bill. He says he prefers a piecemeal approach.

Earlier this month, Boehner was approached at a diner by two immigration advocates whose parents are in the country illegally.

"I'm trying to find a way to get this thing done," he told them. "It's, as you know, not easy. It's not going to be an easy path forward, but I've made it clear since the day after the election that it's time to get this done."

Obama is making a renewed push on immigration, telling an audience in San Francisco this week that he believes Boehner "is sincere" on the issue.

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