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    Methods For Average Citizens To Stop Immigration Invasion
    Activism; Posted on: 2007-11-27 08:06:36 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    If you do nothing, your children reap the whirlwind of consequences

    By Frosty Wooldridge
    NewsWithViews.com

    Do you notice presidential candidates rendering lip service to the immigration invasion? Do you see how they shuck, jive and duck the questions? Do you watch them dance around the answers—never giving a definite response?

    Sick of their obfuscation? Tired of their dodging it? Angry at this continued invasion of our country?

    Presidential candidate Tom Tancredo said, “Western civilization is at stake over massive, unrelenting immigration.”

    Added to that, our language, culture, educational systems, law enforcement, medical systems and prisons stand in the cross-hairs of extinction. We either stop it or legal-illegal immigration buries us.

    How can you, average Joe and Mary Citizen change history in favor of your children’s future?

    In the following information, you may enjoy media strategies created by top flight journalist Kathleene Parker of Albuquerque, New Mexico.

    Suggested Media Strategy:

    Parker said, “I consider nothing more important to the immigration-population movement than forcing the topic into the news media because until the media allow a topic to become a key issue, change does not happen.

    “I needn’t tell most of you that many in the media advocate for growth and on the rare occasions when they do utter the “P” word, it is in the context of the birth dearth.

    “I can assure those here today that all of the environmental/immigration battles I have been involved in have, in large measure, been won in the media, forcing elected representatives to reverse or adapt courses they were on before public scrutiny. I’ll also add that one reason immigration was a hot-button issue ready to explode into the forefront on 9-11 was because NumbersUSA.com and other groups and individuals had quietly laid much of the groundwork through the invaluable tool of guest commentaries and, more importantly, letters to the editor so that the events did not occur before a totally uninformed public.”

    What we face!

    “There is a great deal of stark data, domestically and internationally, with which I am sure most of you are familiar, but that this is not being reported on massively illustrates what is either the profound ignorance of the media or the blatant prejudice of the media. As one environmental reporter recently told me he was aware of that data but found discussing it “too polarizing” and would therefore continue to boycott the topic. That, incidentally, reflects a standard of journalism—or lack thereof—that I find professionally indefensible and arrogant and that says he, not his readers, will decide what they need to know. Bluntly spoken, he is acting as censor!”

    That’s the bad news; the good news is history repeating.

    Parker said, “About 12 years ago, I was working with Roy Beck’s Numbers USA attempting to get immigration into print any way we could, since it was a topic being ignored and, sometimes, actively glossed over or distorted by reporters. At the time, Roy used faxes or the early internet to send action alerts to a network of grassroots letter writers and activists, such as me, to write letters to newspapers.

    “I soon shared Roy’s belief that as soon as you tell ten thousand or twenty thousand people something, it ceases being a secret! I knew we were succeeding as I increasingly saw other people speaking out on immigration. Soon, a dynamic was obvious that continues today: an informed public on one hand and many politicians and many in the news media, on the other, only reluctantly accepting the overwhelming tide of public opinion.”

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    News Source: NewsWithViews.com

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