Tuesday, May 18, 2010

ALIPAC Pulls Support For Arizona SB 1070 June Rallies Due To Neo-Nazi Involvement

Neo-Nazi groups involved in the June 12 Arizona rallies to support SB 1070

May 18, 2010

Raleigh, N.C. (HNNUSA) - On Tuesday, Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) announce that ALIPAC is withdrawing support for any rallies in Arizona in June to support SB 1070 due to the discovery of racist group involvement and the actions of former Congressman Tom Tancredo and by Dan Smeriglio of Voice of The People USA. Both, Tancredo and Smeriglio have been linked to racists groups such as the Neo-Nazis in Arizona, according to ALIPAC.
ALIPAC an organization that advocates for secure borders and the enforcement of immigration laws by the feds confirmed, the group is not racially motivated or support racists groups that also promote immigration enforcement. "It is of paramount importance that groups like ours work to keep any racist element out of our events and operations... We will have no future dealings with Dan Smeriglio or retired Congressman Tom Tancredo due to the neo-Nazi connections and this disaster they have cooked up in Arizona that puts our issue at risk. Our friends in the Tea Party groups still plan to carry on with a much smaller event on June 12 in Phoenix," said William Gheen, President of ALIPAC.
Expected speakers and invited guests attending the Neo-Nazi event for the June 12 rally includes, Congressman Steve King and other members of Congress are also invited to speak along with Governor Jan Brewer, Arizona Representative Russel Pearce (SB 1070 author), and Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Sarah Palin who supports the Arizona law is expected to be invited to participate. Sheriff Arpaio has become known as an 'outlaw with a badge' for defying laws reserved for the federal government. He is currently under investigation by the USDOJ for using his office to violate the civil rights of undocumented suspects. 
A pro-immigration reform activists, H. Nelson Goodson from Wisconsin said, "These groups and individuals have every right to voice their opinions and dislikes about immigration reform as the U.S. Constitution guarantees, but for them to advocate and support Arizonas' SB 1070, which is unconstitutional, does indicates one thing, they don't support or believe in our Constitution and are advocating for the overthrow of our federal government."
In March, Goodson called for a national economic boycott and for Latinos to limit their spending to bare essentials only, and supports the current Arizona boycott. Latinos need to manage their projected $1.3 trillion purchasing economic power by 2013 in order to become an economic force to be reckon with. The limiting spending boycott is expected to last until an immigration reform bill is passed and the Arizona boycott should last until SB 1070 is killed, a federal court puts an injunction from enforcing it and rules it unconstitutional or the U.S. Department of Justice determines it's uncontitutional and files a legal challenge, which is expected, Goodson said.
On May 12th, ALIPAC canceled their June 5, Arizona rally in Phoenix to support the unconstitutional SB 1070 immigration enforcement law. ALIPAC stated, they decided to cancel due to confusion and would combine their efforts with the June 12 rally, which continues to be organized by the Tea Party Patriots Live radio talk show from Orlando, FL, but in a smaller scale than expected.

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1 comment:

Tararista said...

Nice smokescreen, ALIPAC. Your Jewish membership has flooded you with emails, texts and phone calls expressing outrage about how so many people, including LA city council members have used the term "nazi", "nazism" etc. as a comparison with the plight of illegal immigrants. It's a contemptible tactic, and everyone knows it. El movimiento continues to shoot itself in the foot. Next in line to drop out? Blacks, Japanese and Native Americans.