Austin Anti-Whites Teach Beaners “Their Rights” as Mexican Officials Subvert Our Systems

Azzmador
Daily Stormer
February 13, 2017

Pieles de mierda GTFO!!!

Once again, the denizens of Texas’ foremost commie pozzhole, namely our capitol city of Austin, are attempting to defy the will of the people of Texas, righteous laws passed by our democratically elected representatives, and reality itself.

This time it is public school teachers in Austin. For some reason, these misguided wretches think that the USA is a better place with all these brown people fouling our glorious republic.

MySA:

A group of Texas educators is taking teaching beyond the classroom – and touching on a hot button issue.

Teachers in Austin’s school district have taken to providing information to students on what to do if immigration enforcement agents arrive at their homes or try to question them.

Education Austin, a labor group, has given 3,000 members multiple documents, including fliers with explanations of what to say, what not to say and what to do if an immigration agent wants to question students.

The members have been giving those items out to students.

The Austin American-Statesman reported that some students at the International High School in East Austin got the fliers. But, there’s no way to know how many teachers handed out the fliers or whether it was done during school hours.

No statistics were available about how many undocumented students are in the Austin school district.

The district does have 30,000 English language learners and about 1,000 refugee children in the school system.

The fliers come after Travis County Sheriff Sally Hernandez put in place a policy that ended blanket compliance with federal immigration detention requests for those in custody in the county jail suspected of being undocumented.

And, they come on the heels of immigration raids in several cities across the country.

What they’re trying to do is to make it harder for the cops to do their jobs, by teaching these lousy wetbacks to stand on constitutional rights that don’t apply to them. An illegal alien has no right to refuse to tell law enforcement that he’s here illegally. To say otherwise is just retarded, and I don’t care what case law some leftist wants to cite, these protections simply are not encoded in any of our founding documents.

These people don’t belong here. They will never belong here. No matter what kind of papers they’re given, no court nor bureaucracy can make them American.

In parts of Texas, there are communities of these Mexicans who have been here as long as anyone else who still either refuse or are incapable of learning to speak the White man’s language, or indeed to behave as a group of humans on any level more than the most basic.

They don’t come here to work, they come here to get fat and sassy on public assistance.

We’re going to have to crack down on these people, hard. This is just another case of leftist treason and we can’t tolerate it any longer if we’re going to survive as a first world nation.

A case could also be made that this is a coordinated fifth-column political attack emanating from officials within the Mexican government. They’re raising funds to give wetbacks so they don’t have to take them back, and I don’t blame them for not wanting them. They’re dead weight. But the fact is, they’re Mexicans, which makes them Mexico’s problem.

The Christian Science Monitor:

A group of prominent Mexican officials, legislators, and other political figures wants Mexico to resist President Trump’s deportation plans by assigning lawyers to fight cases in US immigration court, utilizing tough legal tactics that could jam up the workings of an already backlogged system.

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, who hasn’t taken a position on the plan, says his administration will take steps to defend its citizens living in the US, including allocating $50 million to help undocumented immigrants facing deportation. But Monarca’s plan could be the most pointedly obstructionist of any measure suggested.

“The backlog in the immigration system is tremendous,” former Mexican foreign minister Jorge Castañeda, a group member and New York University professor, told the Journal. Lawyers deployed to deportation cases could double or triple the existing backlog of cases “until Trump desists in this stupid idea,” he said.

This is a foreign government openly interfering with the internal affairs of the USA, and it is doing so in a way that adversely effects our national security. In saner times, this would openly be called an act of war by our leaders, and the sabers would be rattling to high heaven.

If Mexico keeps this up, then maybe it’s time for a Mexican War redux.

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