I was on Facebook with some people, arguing against illegal immigration and I clearly stated that I was against it for financial reasons. Of course I got hit with the usual “you are a racist” nonsense. Then a fellow FB poster left this comment.
John LaTemple “You don’t even want to start going into the problems with immigration in Europe with me. You’d be in for a shock. Suffice it to say I know plenty about the woes of Europe, too, and that the Muslim immigrants there are producing at 10x the rate of native British, French and Italians — just as examples. These nations have the lowest birthrate by … See Morenatives in their history right now. It won’t be much longer before those countries ignite. It may very well happen sooner than it will here…especially in France and up in Scandinavia.”
After that comment Congressional Candidate/immigration lawyer Carlos A Rodriguez, posted the following comment.
“Carlos A Rodriguez “But MY concern for you is that since you acknowledge that BROWN folks here and in Europe seem to be “taking over” one baby at a time, should’n’t you be nice to them? I/We will remember…:”
First of all John never said a word about skin color. Are you actually supporting the worldwide jihad, and is that a threat Carlos? Do you expect us to respect you, because you are a wanna be bully? That’s not going to happen.
If you go to his site, he implies that he is against illegal immigration, but in the Facebook thread he was not happy with us speaking out against illegal immigration, or mass immigration.
Carlos A Rodriguez Our founding fathers couldn’t envision us ever restricting immigration, which is why it is found nowhere in the constitution.
Mass immigration, legal or not is bringing down the West. Mr. Rodriquez is no friend of America as we know it.
What our founding fathers had to say, about immigration can be seen here…
“Suppose 20 millions of republican Americans thrown all of a sudden into France, what would be the condition of that kingdom?” Jefferson asked. “If it would be more turbulent, less happy, less strong, we may believe that the addition of half a million of foreigners to our present numbers would produce a similar effect here.”
Maybe the Rodriquez the immigration lawyer, knows better.