Thursday, November 1, 2007

Anti-Defamation League Caught Deceitfully Pretending That Immigrants Can't Bring Diseases Across The Border

Taken from Lonewackocom (see sidebar links) post of 10-31-07, where the new ADL report about 'anti-immigrant' rhetoric is quoted as follows:"[Americans for Legal Immigration Political Action Committee/ALIPAC president William Gheen] [2] also inflames anti-immigrant sentiment by falsely asserting that foreigners bring disease into the nation." This, ironically enough, at the same time as scientists reported what follows just below...


Timothy Militio said...

funny but the ADL doesnt like at least ONE immigrant group;

The U.S. government has dropped a major deportation case dating back to the Reagan administration.The Board of Immigration Appeals announced prosecutors will end a twenty-year attempts to deport two Palestinian Americans for allegedly raising money for the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.

In 1987, the Reagan administration attempted to bar the two men, Khader Hamide and Michel Shehadeh, and six others on the grounds that they were connected to a communist group. The men became known as the L.A. Eight. They were never deported because a federal appeals court declared the anti-communist law unconstitutional.

Earlier this year an immigration judge ruled the government violated the defendants’ constitutional rights in a case he called ‘an embarrassment to the rule of law.” The ruling marked the government’s sixth unsuccessful attempt at prosecution. Under a settlement, Hamide and Shehaded will be allowed to apply for U.S. citizenship in three years.

John S. Bolton said...

Then they and I have something unexpectedly in common. It doesn't sound as if it meets the minimum standard of loyalty to fellow citizens, if the federal courts would invent an imaginary right of foreigners not to have ideological tests set athwart their visa applications; but then, maybe it was decided on some other basis.