Past Features

November 30, 2016

Threatening the bonds of our union
Returning to the rule of law will not be easy

Love and Subversion -- Los Angeles --- March 25, 2006
"It had to be seen to be believed. There were at least half a million people on the streets in downtown Los Angeles on Monday. It was the biggest demonstration I've ever been to. The United States is certainly not used to such a degree of mobilization these days. "
The rally, part of a massive mobilization of immigrants and their supporters, may be the largest L.A. has seen
A crowd estimated by police at more than 500,000 boisterously marched in Los Angeles on Saturday to protest federal legislation that would crack down on undocumented immigrants, penalize those who help them and build a security wall along the U.S.' southern border.
Glenn Spencer   
Trump's antebellum?
    From 1992 to 2002, I was one of the leaders in the movement to enforce immigration laws in California. I was at it full-time --- 24/7. I witnessed the strength and determination of the Mexican/Latino movement .
    On July 4, 1996, my group was attacked at the U.S. Federal Building in Westwood.
    To counter the lies in the Los Angeles Times, here is chronology of events.
    Here are some photos --- although we were too busy fighting to defend ourselves to take pictures.
    We were attacked at the Federal Building again on July 4, 2000.
    On Dec. 8, 2001, we were attacked at the Anaheim City Hall for protesting Mexican ID cards.
    Following the first attack, I told a group of immigration reformists, "You won't know you're being invaded until you try to stop it."
    These attacks, coupled with actions by the Los Angeles Times to deprive me of my freedom of speech, caused me to give up on California and move to Arizona to take up the fight on the border.
    It has been twenty years since the first attack on Americans in Westwood, and the strength of the amnesty/sanctuary movement is even greater.
    What marches, follows orders and wears a uniform? The White Shirt Insurgency.
    Americans have no idea what will happen as a President Trump moves to deal with this insurgency.
    President Clinton once said, "Unless we handle this well, immigration of this sweep and scope could threaten the bonds of our Union."
    Shakespeare wrote a play, All's well that ends well.
    Unless he handles it well, this attempt to bring the rule of law back to America could threaten the bonds of our union.
    Gird your loins, because history could well write that the next couple of years were Trump's antebellum.

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