Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Anti-ACLU Thursday


The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) characterizes itself as America's "guardian of liberty," ostensibly working to "defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to every person in this country by the Constitution and laws of the United States." "We work," says the ACLU, "also to extend rights to segments of our population that have traditionally been denied their rights, including Native Americans and other people of color; lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transgendered people; women; mental-health patients; prisoners; people with disabilities; and the poor.

"The ACLU was established in 1920. Its co-founder Roger Baldwin candidly stated, "I am for socialism, disarmament, and ultimately, for abolishing the state itself as an instrument of violence and compulsion. I seek social ownership of property, the abolition of the properties class, and sole control of those who produce wealth. Communism is the goal. It all sums up into one single purpose -- the abolition of dog-eat-dog under which we live. I don't regret being part of the communist tactic. I knew what I was doing. I was not an innocent liberal. I wanted what the communists wanted and I traveled the United Front road to get it."

The ACLU was founded by a Stalinist who understood exactly what that meant. It has not changed since then. To the ACLU the constitution is a suicide pact. That is its only real value to them.

Today they are attempting to undermine the security of the United States by aiding and abetting terrorists in their attempts to evade American justice:

On many occasions, the ACLU has publicly and proactively defended individuals accused of serious terrorism-related offenses. In 2003, for example, it held rallies on behalf of an Intel software engineer in Oregon named Maher Mofeid Hawash, whom U.S. officials were keeping in custody on suspicion that he had given material support to Taliban and al Qaeda forces fighting American troops in Afghanistan. In February 2004, Hawash was convicted of the aforementioned crimes and was sentenced to seven years in prison. The ACLU also came to the defense of the aforementioned Professor Sami Al-Arian. In an effort to thwart the government's investigation of Al-Arian's role in funding PIJ suicide bombings in Israel, the ACLU said that the search warrants authorizing an FBI raid of his home and offices were overly broad, and that the items seized as evidence should therefore be returned.

They are also involved up to their necks in the promotion of illegal immigration.

The ACLU's Immigration Task Force is a driving force behind the Open Borders Lobby. Among its current projects are: expanding anti-discrimination laws to require employers to hire illegal aliens; weakening sanctions against employers who hire illegal aliens; barring the INS from conducting inspections without a search warrant; requiring the INS to provide free legal counsel to illegal aliens; and ensuring illegal aliens' eligibility for welfare benefits. The ACLU has opposed all Justice Department proposals to fingerprint and track immigrants and foreign visitors to the United States, claiming that such measures "treat immigrant populations as a separate and quasi-criminal element of society." The ACLU also opposes a Justice Department initiative that would give local and state police the power to enforce immigration laws. "Local police should not be in the business of detaining or arresting law-abiding aliens based on their immigration status," says Howard Simon, executive director of the ACLU of Florida.

The ACLU endorsed the 2002
Market Workers Justice Campaign of the activist coalition Communities in Solidarity with Immigrant Workers. This campaign called for increased wages and benefits for Korean and Latino immigrant workers, including those living illegally in the United States.Former ACLU executive director Ira Glasser attributes the concerns that many Americans have about illegal immigration to a "wave of anti-immigrant hysteria." According to the essay "Justice For Aliens" by Steven Shapiro of the New York Civil Liberties Union and Wade Henderson of the ACLU's D.C. office, the desire to limit immigration can be traced directly to "hostility motivated by nativism, racism, and red scare."

There are many other reasons to despise this organization of America-hating traitors. Their hatred of Christianity and Judaism, for example. For the straight scoop on this odious little group of misfits go over to Stop The ACLU . Those fine people have dedicated themselves to exposing and opposing that vile and wretched cabal