LETTER: Diversity is really divisiveness
Published: Tuesday, December 27, 2011 at 3:30 a.m.
Dear Editor: Human Rights Watch, a supposedly human rights group, recently issued a report that charged that Alabama’s immigration law denied illegal aliens their basic rights, and implied that the law was “racist.”
This report should beg the question, what about the rights of the Alabama citizen? Why should Human Rights Watch expect the American citizen to put themselves into the shoes of these illegal immigrants, excepting the fact, that we’ve probably paid for them 10 times over in providing free health care and education for many of these people, not to mention the cost in American jobs?
But, economic considerations aside, why should the citizen wish to have thousands of poor illegal and mostly uneducated immigrants, of a different race, language, and culture, coming into our country in mass, and who apparently have little desire to assimilate into our country?
We have all heard the liberal mantra that “diversity” is our strength, but current world affairs and history often reveals that diversity is really divisiveness and that it’s apparently responsible for much of the racial conflict, as well as the politically correct nonsense that’s so prevalent in our society today.
Human Rights Watch might find this opinion racist, but no one is calling for diversity in China, Japan, or the African countries. It’s only in predominantly white nations that it seems we’re supposed to embrace this diversity and the millions of non-white illegal immigrants who are threatening our way of life.
This fact, should beg another guestion: Who are the real racists here?
Did they actually put your letter in the print paper?
The time for war has not yet come, but it will come, and that soon; and when it does come, my advice is to draw the sword and throw away the scabbard.
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The present editor is pretty good at printing letters, that under the old one about three or four years ago would have never thought about printing.
It's unfortunate that I have to sanitize my letters in order to have them published, but I was at least able to get a couple of good points in that needed to be said.
Moving to the front page...http://www.whitenewsnow.com/content/...er-editor.html
Thank you James and God bless you!!!