Proof once again that concerns about Latino assimilation are unfoundedâ€”we are not only learning to assimilate to our colonizers, but to
obey them unquestioningly display heightened sensitivity to their non-negotiable demands requests:
The nationâ€™s largest Hispanic rights group is warning it may cancel its 2009 convention here because of a controversial Kansas City park board member. … Janet MurguÃa, head of the Washington-based La Raza, said Thursday that Mayor Mark Funkhouserâ€™s appointment of a member of a militant group opposing illegal immigration gave pause to the Hispanic rights organization.
Semler is a member of the Minutemen Civil Defense Corps and has taken a strong stance against illegal immigration and has suggested a moratorium on legal immigration.
What position of power does this little old lady have that frightens La Raza so?Â Police Review Board?Â Immigration Enforcement?Â Noâ€”Frances Semler was appointed to the Kansas City Parks and Recreation Board.Â Why that should fill the activists of La Raza with such fear and loathing is a mystery.Â So you have to wonderâ€”whoâ€™s the real militant here?Â
The lesson here is obviousâ€”there is only one permissible position on immigration, and that is Open Borders.Â Even the Wall Street Journal, that Olympian dispatch of international finance and politics, looked down toward the Heartland last month and took notice of the appointment of the grandmotherly Semler to the Parks and Recreation Board, and of course, soundly condemned both her and the mayor.Â In the New America, you are freeâ€”free to adhere to accepted thought, or to keep your mouth shut.Â And donâ€™t imagine for a moment that you have the right to participate in your communityâ€”not unless you toe the politically correct line.Â
Speaking of that ever-sharpening line weâ€™re expected to observe, itâ€™s interesting how the NAACP has locked arms with La Raza on this issue.Â As Elizabeth Wright has explained, itâ€™s not about protecting the interests of blacksâ€”a project the NAACP abandoned long agoâ€”but courting the emerging globalist elite in a bid for political power:
In 1995, the Roper Organization reported that 72 percent of black Americans thought immigration should be cut to less than a third of its present level. …
Yet, even in the face of stark reality, black leadership organizations did not support restrictions on immigration. In fact, by the end of the 1990s, they opposed restrictions outright. The pattern among black elitesâ€”politicians, academics, community leadersâ€”consistently has been to make alliances with other elites, in order to insure support for their ever-expanding demands on Establishment whites.
Hereâ€™s a neat summary of the NAACP position on Frances Semler, as voiced by city council member and NAACP activist Terry Riley:
Councilman Terry Riley said the La Raza and NAACP concerns just underscored the councilâ€™s decision in June to call for Semler to step down from the parks board.
â€œI think this is a serious issue,â€ he said. â€œThe city could lose $15 million.â€
Riley said with the downtown improvements that Kansas City is making a serious run at attracting large conventions, and losing La Raza or the NAACP conventions would undermine those efforts.
â€œI donâ€™t want Kansas City to be looked on nationally as a city divided,â€ he said. â€œI want us to be viewed as united.â€
Yes, itâ€™s all about money, itâ€™s all about appearing respectable, and itâ€™s all about unityâ€”that is, unity defined as complying to the wishes of our new masters.