The article below caught my attention as it fairly accurately describes a situation in California that I alluded to in an Editorial May 20th
Posted: 08 Jun 2010 07:36 PM PDT
“What we’re seeing here is colonization, not immigration”, said the A3P’s Brian Alexander, whose family helped settle the state.
“We’re not seeing our government here lend a helping hand to those immigrants who’d like to make a better life for themselves. We’re seeing a well-orchestrated campaign of colonization, sponsored by our own government and backed by a people who’d like to benefit by the infrastructure we’ve created.”
“Our own people face massive discrimination and have to put up with constant harassment and intimidation, no doubt brought on by state- and media-sponsored campaigns to incite violence against us. Although definitely part of the decision to move, Whites aren’t moving just because of skyrocketing home prices and a lack of jobs, both of which are products of unfettered immigration. Whites are moving because this place isn’t any longer recognizable. It’s now a foreign country, and it’s uncomfortable just being here.”