The “news” media quietly redefined the word “racists” to mean “Men, usually WHITE men, who upholds LAWS, mainly Immigration laws”


81% of Arizonans are not merely racists, but are Nazis as well


Be a RACIST, and be PROUD of it!




Arizona Republic


“… the two opinion columns in the paper this Sunday by Phoenix Police Chief Jack Harris and Viewpoints Editor Joe Garcia labeling opponents of illegal immigration as racists and Nazis? Let's see, Arizonans voted in favor of four anti-illegal immigration measures last fall with over 70% voting yes. And let's not forget that Governor Napolitano along with leading Democrats in the legislature has been an advocate of employer sanctions laws. A Zogby poll reported that 81% of local police support giving law enforcement the ability to enforce immigration laws, differing with Police Chief Harris. According to Harris and Garcia, these vast majority of Arizonans are racist Nazis.”


[Editor’s Note: We hereby demand that this racist piece of .hit Police Chief Harris be FIRED, immediately, then tried for being a White Race Traitor, then imprisoned for REFUSING to do his JOB of upholding the RULE OF LAW.  WE THE PEOPLE can no longer be held accountable for paying the salary and RETIREMENT benefit of a RACIST who BLUNTLY AND OPENLY REFUSES to do his *simple* job.  Furthermore, after his release from prison, he must be exiled to Mexico and never permitted to adversely influence our WHITE children, ever again.

Any public servant who uses this term in this day and age is effectively charging that 81% of the taxpayers who pay their salaries are criminals, a charge we must protect our White children against, at all costs.]





During an August 6 interview, posted online, with Television Week, former CNN anchor Bernard Shaw blamed racism for the debate over whether illegal immigrants should be in the country as he referred to "some people who still believe that people of color are not needed in this country." In response to a question about diversity in the newsroom, Shaw contended that "each generation fights the same battle, only it becomes more subtle, more sophisticated, but it's still a war" before tying in the illegal immigration debate.


Stanford Review


Over the last decade it seems that the phrases "illegal immigration" has come to mean "racism." Anytime someone makes a comment about illegal immigrants in California, there seems to be a liberal lurking around the corner who immediately pounces and is quick to call them a racist. Why is it, that in the realm of liberalism, racism and nationalism have become interchangeable?



"I have no doubt that some of those involved in the debate have their position based on fear and perhaps racism because of what's happening demographically in the country," says Ken Salazar, Democratic Senator from Colorado. A Senate Democratic leadership aide is more blunt: "A lot of the anti-immigration movement is jingoistic at best and racist at worst. There is a fear of white people being over run by darker-skinned people."


Mike Huckabee


Gov. Mike Huckabee on Thursday heaped criticism upon immigration legislation in the Arkansas Legislature, describing it as "inflammatory . . . race-baiting and demagoguery." He also challenged the Christian values of its main sponsor.

Huckabee said the bill, seeking to forbid public assistance and voting rights to undocumented immigrants, "inflames those who are racist and bigots and makes them think there's a real problem. But there's not."



Raoul Lowery Contreras claims (Tribune, June 8) that my colleague Steve Sailer and I, and our webzine www.vdare.com, are “racist” because we dare to criticize current immigration policy.

Ho hum. Yawn. Big deal. It’s simply a fact of American political life today that anyone who criticizes immigration policy is going to be called a racist.

NY Times

Mr. Rauchway, the historian, argues that the ultimate failure of anti-immigrant politics is part of a larger failure of class-based politics in the United States. Running against the rich—or the poor—has rarely worked in this country. Instead, immigrant-bashing has been most successful when it tapped into broader racial fears, as it did in both the 1850s and the 1920s. Notably, the economy was booming in the ‘20s

“As it becomes less and less acceptable to be racist,” Mr. Rauchway said, “immigration is not going to be as politically effective.”


Chris Schefler


Let's examine and expose a few of the racist myths behind the outrage against "illegals" that's all the rage in California.



It's the standard reply to someone who says they want illegal immigrants deported but why? They're only saying they want people who didn't follow the rules coming here to be sent back. Just because the majority happen to be Mexican doesn't mean they hate Mexicans yet every time someone takes a stand against illegal immigration, the whole Latino community gets all bent out of shape crying racism.

Los Angeles Examiner

Brad Botwin, founder of the anti-illegal immigration group Help Save Maryland, said he has been called a Nazi, a racist and a member of a hate group when he’s organizing protests of day labor centers. Botwin said he’s frustrated that his efforts to get Montgomery County government leaders to crack down on illegal immigrants make people think he’s worthy of those labels.

CNS News


The asterisk following the phrase "Stop the Minutemen*!" on the LULAC-sponsored website refers the reader to the bottom of the page, where a dictionary-style "definition" of the word "minutemen" is provided.

"*MIN.UTE.MEN n. def: racists, cowards, un-Americans (sic), vigilantes, domestic terrorists," the LULAC-sponsored website charges.

The website's original domain name, using a singular reference, was WeAreRacist.com. It was registered on Dec. 13, 2005. The plural version -- WeAreRacists.com -- was registered the next day. The website accuses the Minutemen of being "an anti-immigrant group" and claims that its members are "often affiliated with white supremacy groups."

United States Justice Foundation


The false media image of those who oppose illegal immigration, promoted by open border advocates and their allies, is that anyone who opposes illegal immigration is a racist.

Open border advocates go to great lengths to promote this idea, despite its inaccuracy. True, there are racists who oppose illegal immigration. There are also racists who support illegal immigration.

Denver Post

The accusation was made largely because of a sticker on the back of my truck. The simple statement "Stop illegal immigration" has earned me angry looks and obscene gestures in traffic. I have watched as cars rush to pull up beside the "redneck." Their scowls often turn to bewilderment when they spot me [a nigger] behind the wheel.  My Hispanic co-worker played the ace-in-the-hole race card by insisting only Latinos are being targeted for immigration reform. When I pointed out my sticker mentioned no race in particular, he stated, "It doesn't matter because everyone knows who you are referring to."

At that moment, I realized just how much irrational emotional feelings and personal agendas have alarmingly snuffed out common sense in this country. From top lawmakers in Washington to so-called sanctuary cities, everyone has succumbed to massive pressure from illegal factions.


Glenn Greenwald


All in a single one-line post, Oliver Willis manages to perfectly illustrate the cheapest, most intellectually dishonest -- and, for those who wield it in the immigration debate, the most self-destructive -- form of argumentation.

Willis references a post by Kevin Drum at Washington Monthly, which quotes a letter from anti-illegal-immigration Congressman Tom Tancredo to his supporters in which Rep. Tancredo asks for help in what Tancredo calls the "struggle to preserve our national identity against the tide of illegal immigrants flooding the United States." In response to Tancredo’s letter, Willis snidely writes:

Hey, Tom Tancredo . . . Just say "white power" and get it off your chest.

So, there’s Willis' self-satisfied decree, in its vapid entirety. According to Willis (and many of Drum's commentators, if not Drum himself), anyone who believes that it’s important for a nation to be comprised of citizens who have at least some joint national allegiance and a minimal common foundation -- never mind a common language in which they can communicate with one another -- is a White Supremacist bigot.

New America Media


An immigrant rights organization released this week alarming internal e-mails circulated among members of the San Diego Minutemen, considered one of the most aggressive, anti-illegal immigrant groups in the United States.

Although this group publicly maintains that it is not racist and opposes only illegal immigration, the candid communications among its members frequently describe immigrants as “cockroaches” and “Third-World animals,” among other pejorative terms.

Emporia Gazette

LET ME BEGIN with an analogy which is circulating on the Internet (author unknown) that makes the reality of the illegal alien invasion become very clear.

When we demand that our legislators protect us from the devastating effects of illegal immigration, we are called racists and bigots. Let’s see if I understand what they are thinking about this red-hot issue.

Miami Herald

MiamiHerald.com, FL - Mar 31, 2008
The fact is that most of these people who complain about illegal immigration are racists masquerading as concerned citizens.


Statesman Journal


My advice: Obey the law and quit whining and quit calling people who think that our laws should be enforced, racists.

It is simple: If you are outside the United States and contemplate entering illegally, don't do it. If you are in the United States illegally, leave. The rest of us will do just fine without you.

Santa Maria Times

Minutemen and racism


Racism is transparent in the Minutemen. They claim their fight is only against illegal immigration, but their actions show that they have a general anti-Hispanic agenda.




As FAIR has noted in the past, Dobbs' tone on immigration is consistently alarmist; he warns his viewers (3/31/06) of Mexican immigrants who see themselves as an "army of invaders" intent upon reannexing parts of the Southwestern U.S. to Mexico, announces (11/19/03) that "illegal alien smugglers and drug traffickers are on the verge of ruining some of our national treasures," and declares (4/14/05) that "the invasion of illegal aliens is threatening the health of many Americans" through "deadly imports" of diseases like leprosy and malaria.

Members of the "La Raza" movement envision reclaiming the American Southwest

“Controversial Latino groups, including the National Council of La Raza, were granted virtual veto power over the immigration bill hammered out yesterday by Senate Republicans, Democrats and the White House, the Washington Post reported.

“A number of prominent Republicans have rejected the bill – which still has not been issued in its final form – as "amnesty" for millions of people who came to the U.S. illegally.

“The National Council of La Raza, or "The Race," was condemned last year by Rep. Charles Norwood, R-Ga., as a radical "pro-illegal immigration lobbying organization that supports racist groups calling for the secession of the western United States as a Hispanic-only homeland."

“Norwood, writing in Human Events, called on La Raza to renounce its support of the campus group MEChA – Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan – which sees "The Race" as part of a transnational ethnic group that one day will reclaim Aztlan, the mythical birthplace of the Aztecs. In Chicano folklore, Aztlan includes California, Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico and parts of Colorado and Texas.”