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Another city joins immigration fight.

Residents of Virginia town mobilize against effects of illegals

MANASSAS, Va. - Best known as the site of two major battles during the War Between the States, this city of 35,000 some 25 miles due west of Washington, is shaping up as the next front in the fight against illegal immigration.

About 100 citizens frustrated by the effects of illegal immigration - this time a Northern Virginia suburb of the nation's capital - last night joined the growing battle by municipalities against a problem with its roots in a lack of federal enforcement.

Citizens of Manassas, Manassas Park and Prince William County gathered together at the Manassas City Council chambers for the first ever meeting of "Help Save Manassas," a grassroots group dedicated to preserving the community, fostering public awareness of the detriments of illegal immigration, lobbying local government on issues involving immigration and to provide a voice for citizens affected by illegal immigrants, according to the group's charter.

On the agenda of the first meeting of HSM was the adoption of the bylaws and the election of officers.

One of the candidates, Dan Arnold, who was named a member of the executive board, made it clear he has no animosity toward any particular ethnic groups.

"But that there is a reason why sovereign nations have borders," he added.

The group's newly elected president, Greg Letiecq, opened the meeting by stating what HSM is and what it is not.

"It is a grassroots activist group dedicated to preserving the community, but it is not a group for bashing anyone," he said.

Before the election began Letiecq stated that there is "nothing stronger than a group of citizens dedicated to a cause."

The Manassas activists were inspired by action by residents of nearby Herndon in Fairfax County. They formed a group called ?Help Save Herndon? that first successfully defeated a city council measure to open a publicly funded day labor center. The town has since become the first in the nation official to welcome federal immigration authorities to take action against illegals in its midst. Herndon police are also learning to enforce federal immigration laws.

A similar group has also been started in nearby Loudon County, the fastest growing in the nation.

The group's draft bylaws include a provision to remove members for "inappropriate conduct." The organizer of the Manassas group has opened participation to citizens and legal residents of Manassas, Manassas Park and Prince William County. Manassas is blighted with gang graffiti and tattooed cruisers along its broad and lengthy boulevards. It includes both multimillion-dollar estates and rundown apartments housing thousands of illegal aliens attracted to jobs in the hundreds of retail stories that line the length and breadth of its major arteries that run through the heart of Prince William County.

Frustrated by the federal government's immigration policy, small cities across the nation are taking enforcement into their own hands, passing laws that make it harder for illegals to live and work in their communities.

Dozens of towns have followed the path of Hazelton, Pa., which passed an ordinance last July to deter housing owners from renting to illegals. Riverside, N.J., quickly passed a similar measure, which fines landlords $1,000 per day for renting to illegals and removes business licenses from employers who hire illegals.

Legal action was quickly taken by opponents who insist the new laws usurp federal authority.

The Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund, which is challenging Hazelton in court, says four communities have passed similar measures and another 17 are considering them.

On the state level, legislatures have considered a record 550 pieces of immigration-related legislation and passed at least 77 new laws in 27 states, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.

In Georgia, a massive immigration reform package passed last May sanctioned employers who hire illegals and anyone who offers them access to public services. Colorado's legislature later passed similar measures.

In Pennsylvania, Hazelton Mayor Louis J. Barletta, an immigrant's grandson, says he wants to make his town "the toughest place on illegal immigrants in America."

"What I'm doing here is protecting the legal taxpayer of any race," he said. "And I will get rid of the illegal people. It's this simple: They must leave."

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6 comments about It's about time


#1

Posted By: Hell Yeah!Thu. Feb 17, 2011

GET AN OREGON CHAPTER STARTED!!! WE NEED IT BAAAAAAADDDDDDD

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Posted By: White EuropeanMon. Aug 20, 2012

I am mad as hell and I am not going to take it any longer. Let's get the hymies out of our government and enforce the immigration laws on the Federal, State, and local levels.

Let's string up the Jew run judicial system including all of the Jew appointed Supreme Court judges on the state and federal level. Let's take the Jew out of the American way and send them packing.

Dissolve the IRS, FBI, CIA, military apparatus, and military supplies industry. Let's bring back control by the States Only , with a small Coast Guard, and Border patrol to protect our borders.

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Posted By: Blah BlahMon. Feb 18, 2013

Europeans came here illegally too, if it makes you feel any better you can just consider them as explorers & pretend they're doing the right thing. :) That way when they have children they can magically become citizens & "have the right to be here".

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Posted By: Blah BlahMon. Feb 18, 2013

at Hell Yeah!

It's America, F*** yeah!

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Posted By: Blah BlahMon. Feb 18, 2013

I like the whole ideal of whites being able to express white pride, it's much better than the whole "America, F*** yeah" sentiment you sometimes see & it's a natural one at that, but some of the horse S*** I read on this site is racking my brain.

Btw the flag at the top is kinda gay, it isn't the Mexican government you should be mad at, it's the poor & starving people jumping the border to flee from opression via government & drug cartels to make a better life for themselves & their family. If anything it should have been a brown guy with his ribs showing & a "malnutrition belly", but I guess that wouldn't have helped "the cause" any. Pick your F***ing battles for a change instead of jumping on any random topic you see rednecks & tea party members running after gun caulked. The home page was a decent start aside from the top where you mentioned Natives :S. After the whole Cherokee Freedmen Controversy you think you would have knocked that S*** off. The American government tried suing the Cherokee for not allowing Blacks who were descendants of slaves to be members of the Cherokee Nation & have voting rights(within the Cheroke Nation) because they couldn't prove their Native heritage. I'm not Cherokee but I would have been PISSED! If they would have let them in it would have been strictly because they're black which would have been racist, but now the government is trying to sue the Cherokee for being right & sticking up for the blacks because they feel sorry for them. The Cherokee took them in for 100+ years because the American Governemnt wouldn't. Now the American government will take them in, they should be thankful for that instead of trying to get something that 1) isn't in their blood 2) something they don't deserve/ have no right to strictly on the basis of #1. It's pretty simple really, they aren't Cherokee. Went off topic a bit, but so do the majority of the posts on this site. You should wright something about the legal fees the tax payers have paid for in the Cherokee Freedmen Controversy, the Cherokee are right, the American governemnt is wasting your money & it's all because Obama & them have one thing in common which happens to be skin color.

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Posted By: Blah BlahMon. Feb 18, 2013

www.cherokee.org/Docs/Org2010/2011/4/24922Briefing_on_History_and_Cases.pdf

There's a link to why they're right, I expect this post to be deleted which is okay but it's an interesting topic & a definite waste of money for the American tax payers.

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