A Manhattan church was used to accommodate many hundreds of people from the Third World today as they sought to take advantage of Barack Obama’s recent executive order granting a two-year amnesty for vast numbers of illegal immigrants. Anti-White organisations provided them with amnesty paperwork, free legal services and encouraging rhetoric. City Councilman Robert Jackson (D), a Muslim, Co-Chair of the Council’s Black, Latino & Asian Caucus and a government labour union employee, promised the illegal immigrants that the two-year amnesty would be made permanent:
“Once the door is open, it’s not going to close,” said New York City Councilman Robert Jackson at a celebratory press conference in the church. “This is what America’s about,” added Council Speaker Christine Quinn. Local politicians praised Obama for enacting the plan.
As many as 1.7 million young people between the ages of 5 and 30 may qualify for the program, 110,000 of them in New York state. Though about 85 percent of those eligible are Hispanic, according to the Pew Hispanic Center, the applicants at St. Mary’s Church hailed from all over the world. On one table, a passport from the United Kingdom and one from Pakistan lay side by side.
Large numbers of foreigners waited in lines in cities such as Chicago:
At least 13,000 people stood in line in Chicago, clutching reams of paperwork, for a workshop led by immigrant rights advocates at the city’s Navy Pier. Hundreds of potential applicants waited outside nonprofit offices in Los Angeles for help filing paperwork to open the door to the staples of success in America — a work permit, and then later a Social Security number and driver’s license.
Meanwhile, opposition to illegal immigration remains popular in many States, and Arizona in particular continues to try to find ways to prevent its people from being displaced and ultimately replaced with tens of millions of Third World immigrants.
In Arizona, which passed one of the nation’s toughest anti-immigration laws, Gov Jan Brewer signed an executive order Wednesday directing state agencies to deny driver’s licenses and other public benefits to illegal immigrants who obtain work authorizations under the program. Brewer said she’s following the intent of the current state law denying public benefits to illegal immigrants.