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The owners, writers and editors of CNN have now, unequivocally proven themselves to be nothing more than self-serving, decrepitly deceptive and remorseless racists, as they print yet another article attacking Conservative Republicans as some kind of hatefilled monsters because they are concerned for the security and stability fo this nation. And, as usual, they are only speaking of the White Republican Conservatives, as they claim their every action is motivated by bigotry, exclusionary supremacy and personal angst.
The article, titled "Oscar nod honors the undocumented" written by Chris Weitz, almost dizzyingly ignores nearly every form of reason and reality as it proposes that the only national concern apparent in the discussion about those who have entered this country illegally, is whether or not the citizens of this country love and/or care about them.
As if the subject of national security, economic accountability, the law, and American sovereignty is one of mere pity and pacification. And that these concerns are not in any way affected by allowing people to enter this nation by the millions without any official documentation.
How ironic that the most racist and recalcitrant people in this nation -- such as Weitz -- consistently project their despicable propensities on everyone else. Regardless of the fact that those they daily attack and denigrate with their scurrilous sentiments, are not in any way racist.
Weitz, speaking of his trip to the Oscars, actually has the nerve to publicly, and deceptively, muse "Will the canapes passed around to the guests arriving in black tie and gowns be served by undocumented workers? Hard to say."
First of all. Just why is it "hard to say"? Are the Oscar organizers recruiting illegal aliens? Are they hiring people who do not have identification or a social security number? Are they requiring that the help be Hispanic only? And if so, is this a form of bigotry and stereotyping of its own?
Will celebrities and the generally self-centered only accept food and drinks from Mexicans as a means of padding what is often a rather dubious and emaciated intellectual clout?
Does the role reversal atmosphere of the average Hollywood event bore them so much that they need a colorfully explicit and inaudible form of human subjugation to make them feel more important?
See, we can all publicly muse in the identically insensitive and idiotically impotent manner in which Weitz has chosen to pester and antagonize everyone with.
Remarkably enough, Weitz actually first stirs the sytnax of his deleterious delivery by draping it, and himself, in self-deprecating dementia, insinuating that he -- the director of the nominated film for which his subject, Demian Bichir, is being honored for his role in -- owes everything to the actor, writing "As I ride to the Oscars on my companero Demian Bichir's coattails this Sunday, I will be mindful of some ironies."
Truly, his words stink of the precocious strategy of a titillating tactician who, first and foremost, is operating from a less than genuine position, and thus must take every precaution to remove himself from the equation. Lest the reasonable and intelligent person recognize the explicit levels of personal bias, and conflict of interest, literally saturating his somewhat subliminally, paraphrased accolade.
Of course, his opening indictment was not enough, nor his mention of Wal-mart benefitting from the reduced wages they can pay "illegals" -- skewering his sentence in the ass with a parenthesized comment "to use a favorite Republican term" -- he has to continue the onslaught, as if he hasn't already dropped his pants and waved it in everybody's face. And claim "Doubtless the ingredients themselves", speaking of the hordervs "have been through the hands of undocumented workers -- a fact we should keep in mind when we enjoy the bountiful and cheap harvest of the nation's producers".
This guy is either a complete fraud, or an utterly foolish, and ignorant, moron.
Weitz ridiculously infers that the only way this nation's citizens can possibly get their food from the fork to their mouth is to have it guided in by illegal aliens. But then, maybe he has been living above the workforce for so long that he has lost all connection with reality.
Quite possibly Weitz truly is a pompous and petulantly-prissy prick who has come to exist on the backs of others' angst. Maybe he needs, so badly, somebody to save, that he has become a depraved form of what he claims to be fighting against; forcing his manipulative form of "help" on those who are not truly suffering. Except, of course, from the atmosphere of divisive ideology that convinces them they are oppressed and under-appreciated.
So nice to see that Weitz is just another in a very huge throng of off-color misanthropes, beguiling and betroathal in defense of those who, if not for Weitz' paucity of personal perspective, may decide for themselves that they neither need nor benefit from his antithetically asinine and apoplectic form of assistance.
It is the Weitz's of the world who are responsible for much of the religious extremism that is plagueing this species, forcing their role-playing and remorseful reparations on masses of people who could do without the constantly incriminating and discriminating cloak of unrepentant and sacrilegious "sin" daily draped upon them.
I, for one, do not need anybody to die on a cross for me; demanding to save me from myself, or a fiery pit of damnation his professed master has alllegedly carved out for me.
Nor do I need or desire for anyone to pity, pacify, protect or prevent me from anything.
I demand that I be afforded one thing only. The opportunity to avail myself of the inalienable right my United States Constitution guarantees me -- the ability, and autonomy, to do what is necessary to PROTECT MYSELF!
Furthermore, anyone in this country who ignores this American duty, is a clear liability to this nation, its legal and political system, and its society as a whole.
The very real fact is that Arizona Governor Jan Brewer found herself in a position where her state was being overrun by border-jumping drug trains, and undocumented foreigners who were attacking and killing American citizens, stealing automobiles and livestock, burglarizing homes, vandalizing property, and so forth. And was given no choice but to begin enabling her citizens the capacity to enforce the long-standing laws that the federal government was either unable, or merely unwilling, to enforce.
Furthermore, residents were finding copies of the Quaran among the mountains of trash discarded along the trails that illegal aliens were using in their efforts to cross the southern border undetected.
Which, regardless of anyone's tear-jerking story, is a development which requires that the nation's citizens -- within the confines of the law -- choose a course of action that ensures that not one of the illegal aliens who crossed the border are acting, in an way whatsoever, to destabilize this nation's economy, government (local, state or federal), immigration policies, sovereignty or social system.
These are merely the undisputed facts of the matter. And no actor, director, producer, writer, business, corporation, or local, state or federal entity has any authority to override this critically Constitutional mandate.
For the fact that these constructs are in place for their unequivocal ability to sustain, protect and defend THE ENTIRE POPULATION IN THIS NATION.
Any attempt to debase them in any way is an attack on every citizen of this nation, and a clear violation of the law.
However, in complete disregard for the fact that undocumented workers -- aka "illegals" -- are breaking the law, the only thing Weitz can find the courage to label them as, is "parasites".
When the fact of the matter is, that regardless of the fact that there are a few ignorant -- and typically drunken, inbreeding bigots -- who miss the gravity and/or the practicality of the argument, as they claim that "illegals" are lethargic leeches. The actual issue at hand is the protection of this country's principle tenets of equanimity for all people. And the fact that nobody is allowed special treatment.
Neither is anyone allowed to act in a manner that places them above or beyond the laws which secure this Constitutional Republic. Especially if that action is attached to a racial or nationality bias which expressly singles them out alone.
Sure, there are many people benefitting from the illegal invasion from the south. There are movie makers raking in millions from sanctimoniously sentimental presentations of utter mendacity and malevolent meddling; whoring for the media and making a name for themselves because they lack the compunction or courage to oppose anything.
There are politicians using illegal aliens as political fodder to pave their way to the White House, Congress, State legislatures and local and community bureaucracies.
There are even some companies and corporations exploiting them for the profits they can realize by paying them poorly.
However, there is not one person in this nation who has the right to ignore the law at the expense of anyone. Not Mexicans, their children, their families, or those who oppose them entering, and residing in, the nation illegally.
Furthermore, nobody in this nation has the right to circumvent the law in support of those who believe that the work illegals may perform is such that those who are benefitting from it are more important than those who are not.