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Prayer Rally Blasts Racial Profiling

By Hatewatch Staff on August 18, 2009 - 9:03 am, Posted in Uncategorized

Latino ministers and congregants held a prayer rally to protest the federal 287(g) agreement between Homeland Security and the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Department.
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  • Ryan the non-Aryan

    Snorlax(what the heck does this mean?),

    I find your lack of Americanism objectable. And your juvenile argument a petty one. But in case you haven’t gotten your history accurate, America is not Egypt and Egypt is not America. Your analogies are egregious as they are irrelevent. I could careless what your ethnic make-up is. My point was clear and I have noted this in plain site. It is folks like you who lack respect for our American way of life, its American traditions and American values that we hold dear. You simply couldn’t compare Egypt with the U.S. as they both have nothing in common except for governing their own countries as they see fit and peace in the middle east.

    ‘Go away.”

    Oh, I’m not going anywhere. I will continue to post comments detesting white supremacy and promoting Americanism whether you like it or not. But hey, that’s what you don’t get about America–its a free country, just as long as you are an American non-white supremacist like me. Unlike you I support the Freedom of Speech.

  • Snorlax

    Ryan may be a non-Aryan but he’s not a non-racist.

    “Backwarded (sic) cultures”???

    When the ancient Egyptians were building pyramids with extremely accurate celestial data inside them, my ancestors – the Celts and Picts – were gnawing on each other and living in mud huts with their farm animals.

    The Pharoah’s Immigration Service probably wouldn’t have let us in. WE were the backward culture back then.

    Ryan, you’re a racist and a bad speller. Go away.

  • Ryan the non-Aryan


    Unfortunately for you, we are a nation of laws. And the immigration laws must be enforced. It just needs to be enforced equally upon white Europeans the same way as Hispanics. Certainly I don’t share your “open-borders” agenda and certainly we are not the same country as it were a century ago when immigrants from Europe arrived here without papers. Hence the epithet–WOP, which BTW, means: “Without Papers” according to the racial slur database.
    But as a concerned American, I’m worried about this flood of illegal aliens who bring their 3rd world culture into our societies, which is completely contradictory to ours. Here in AZ, a gang of Liberian boys raped a 14 year old Liberian girl. Because rape is common in Africa where they grew up. And they don’t fully understand that rape is a serious felony crime in the U.S. But worst than that, the father of the girl disowned her because “she brought shame to the family”
    “Being a victim of rape.”

    This antequated mentality is unacceptable.
    We cannot allow these types of backwarded cultures into our nation. And I hope the Feds will enforce the immigration laws vigorously but equally.

  • Mark

    Even though Georgia has no law expressly prohibiting racial profiling, federal law does. The quickest way to break the back of those using the tactic of racial profiling is to file federal law suit after federal lawsuit. And folks that works.

  • Snorlax

    We’re going to hear a lot more about these 287g’s. The feds want to make every cop in the country into La Migra.

    This is going to split up families and destroy communities.

    We used to be the land of opportunity where you could arrive here “without passport” but we’d let you in anyway.

    What the hell happened to us?

    These crazy Reich Wingnuts are bringing firearms to town hall meetings now. This could get out of hand in a big hurry.

  • Ryan the non-Aryan

    An excerpt from the article:
    “a prayer rally blasting the deportation program as harsh and unfair.”

    It is “unfair” in terms of how it is applied. The program mainly concentrates on Hispanics, since they make up the vast majority of immigrants in our country. But it is rarely applied on illegal aliens of European descent, which I think it needs to be enforced upon as equally to Hispanics as Europeans. The immigration laws isn’t limited to one group of people or race but should be applied upon all ethnicities including those from European countries.