09 December 2007

The poison pill

A link from here (see comments 3 and 4) drew my attention once again to the issue of racism as it relates to the movement to stop illegal immigration. The pro-amnesty side is constantly accusing us of being racists; the worst thing that could possibly happen to the anti-illegal-immigration movement is that it associate itself with people who actually are racists. I've already expressed what I think about the issue here, but it bears repeating.

This is not Europe. We must offer no compromise or opening whatsoever to racism or anti-Semitism. Those things mean the death of our nation.

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Blogger Chell said...

Unfortunately, one cannot demand that racists drop their anti-illegal immigration stance, so some who are against illegal immigration will, of course, be racists. Agreeing about illegal immigration does not mean condoning racism.

09 December, 2007 20:45  
Blogger Infidel753 said...

But failure to repudiate and reject the support of racists is condoning racism. And it is utterly deadly to the anti-illegal-immigration cause.

Would you link arms with a child molester if he agreed with your choice for the school board?

There is such a thing as evil so absolute that it must be totally repudiated no matter what peripheral areas of agreement happen to exist. Racism and anti-Semitism fall into that category.

09 December, 2007 22:28  

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