Huntington Park City Council Member Karina Macias – the former mayor who appointed 2 illegals as commissioners – calls We The People Rising members at the meeting RACISTS when spoke during public comments at the city council meeting. Video by Robin Hvidston, We The People Rising
The fact is the SHE is the real racist. People like her turn everything into a racial issue. This is not a racial issue, it’s a nationality issue: Americans over Mexicans.
Yes, most residents of Huntington Park are Mestizo, but the majority of them speak English. She spoke Spanish so as to snub citizen activists protesting against the two city commissioners who are illegal aliens. Fortunately We The People Rising has some member who are non-White, some of whom speak Spanish and were able to translate what Macias was saying about them.
No wonder Great Britain dumped the European Union if more of this is what they have in store for them.
There was once a time, not just in the United States, but everywhere in the Western World that Third world immigrants were grateful to be here. They tried to assimilate and fit in and not offend the citizens of the host nation, but no longer.
What you saw in that video is becoming more and more common. In this country too but the offenders are the Latino immigrants.
Enough is enough. It’s time we put a stop to ALL immigration for the time being.
Guests don’t come to someone else’s country making demands and issuing orders. How would they feel if we did that in their countries. They would hang us or behead us or something rather than take that kind of behaviour from foreigners. Why should we feel any different towards immigrants in our countries?
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Immigration is a privilege, not a right and can be revoked at the discretion of the host nation.
‘Future Shock’ is a documentary film based on the book written
in 1970 by sociologist and futurist Alvin Toffler. Released in 1972,
with a cigar-chomping Orson Welles as on-screen narrator, this piece of futurism
is darkly dystopian and oozing techno-paranoia… A great opening features
a montage of car crashes and civil unrest intercut with two figures walking
in a green field (while creepy synthesizers play in the background) who are
soon revealed to be automatons with creepy robot faces — a nice metaphor
for the fear of the unrecognizable, cold, and chaotic future society that
Toffler thought we were all headed for…
So what exactly is “Future Shock”? Sociologist and futurist Alvin Toffler explains:
“We may define future shock as the distress, both physical and psychological,
that arises from an overload of the human organism’s physical adaptive systems
and it’s decision-making processes… Put more simply, future shock is the human response to over-stimulation…”
“Toffler’s main argument is that humanity (as of 1970, when the book was written), is in the midst of an enormous shift from an industrial society
to a super-industrial society; this new society will be characterized by such
things as an acceleration of images, words, ideas, and technologies that
could possibly overwhelm mankind, resulting in a serious disconnect when
these new ideas reach their fruition (if not well before then). This disconnect
is ‘future shock’, an inability to process the enormous amounts of information
and change associated with the super-industrial revolution. Toffler likens
future shock to the same sort of disorientation that a person experiences
when he moves to a new area, or a new country, and suffers a severing
of all he has known. While some people can adjust with seeming ease
to this kind of dislocation, most of us suffer various maladies
from this ‘shock’… Toffler ends up attributing most of societies ills
to this jarring social shock. Crime, drug use, the disintegration of society,
the burgeoning of quasi-religious movements: all of these are symptoms
of a society that can no longer cope with the vast amounts of information
and change that technology is bringing about…”
“Some of Toffler’s visions are pretty impressive. Toffler accurately
anticipated many of the sorts of psychological, social, and economic maldies
and turbulence of the last thirty years (yet, to date literally no one seems
to pay much heed to his thesis, or to ask what it means for the quality of life
in our own futures)… ‘Future Shock’ is an important book raising critical
and fundamental questions about the social, economic, and political impacts
of technologically-induced innovations within contemporary society
and the way they are flooding uncontested and unhampered
into our social environment…”
Memorial Event, hosted by the CAMPO MINUTEMEN, Honoring CAMPO BORDER PATROL AGENT ROBERT ROSAS killed in action on 7/23/09 by illegal border crossers – who ambushed the border agent, wrestled his gun from him, and executed him with his own gun.
Campo, CA USA/MEXICO Border – 50 miles east of San Diego, CA
Campo Minuteman Dan Russell demonstrates how easy it is to cross the US border from Mexico. The Campo Minutemen were gathered to honor Campo, CA Border Agent Robert Rosas who was killed by illegals who crossed the border, ambushed him and then executed him with his own gun. He was killed in action at the Campo, CA border on 7/23/09.