National Latino Congreso: "No Human Being is Illegal", Nativo Lopez, Gil Cedillo, Kucinich, Cuban Five, Fairness Doctrine, and more!

The 2nd annual "National Latino Congreso" - a meeting of hundreds of "Latino organizational leaders, elected officials, and activists at all levels" is currently underway in Los Angeles ( Yesterday, Anna Gorman of the Los Angeles Times offered a whitewashed report here. Let's take a look at the groups involved and some of the loony resolutions that were passed. Expect the MSM coverage to be in line with Gorman's report: it will completely cover for far-left racial demagogues and avoid mentioning the loony resolutions.

Their "conveners' include:

* League of United Latin American Citizens
* Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (indirect link to the Mexican government)
* National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities (NALACC)
* National Day Laborer Organizing Network
* Southwest Voter Registration Education Project
* William C. Velasquez Institute

Their "co-conveners" include the California Nurses Association, Hermandad Mexicana Latinoamericana, and the Mexican American Political Association. Both the latter are associated with Nativo Lopez. They have 226 "endorsers", so discussing all of those would take a lot of time. But, one is the Communist Party USA, and most of the rest are far-left racial power groups.

The sheer number and sheer idiocy of the resolutions that were approved makes them likewise too difficult to cover in detail, however, they include:

* "No Human Being is Illegal" by Raul Anorve of "Instituto de Educacion Popular del Sur de California" ( If it were made U.S. law we would have literally open borders since we couldn't conduct immigration raids anymore and illegal aliens would have "full civil rights". It contains several grammatical mistakes and ends with:

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the that organizations represented by delegates of the 2007 National Latino Congreso urge the United States pass socially just legalization, including full labor and civil rights protections and family reunification; to place a moratorium on immigration raids, detentions and deportations, as well as their eventual abolition; and... [the NLC urges] the United States demilitarize the border, immigration control, and end immigration-police collaboration; to support initiatives and policies that ensure healthy and stable communities, including living wage jobs for all immigrants, working people and people of color... [the NLC urges] the United States redistribute funding and resources away from prison-building, policing and criminalization to social, health and education services, family reunification, ending the backlog in visas and applications for permanent residency and citizenship, and full civil and labor rights protections for all persons, regardless of their immigration or citizenship status.

Bear in mind: they approved that and all the other resolutions to be discussed.

* "Resolution to Urge the Bush Administration to Halt Immigration Raids" by Pablo Martinez of New Mexico LULAC ( It's moderate by comparison to the last, but that's not saying much.

* "Resolution to Urge Congress to Repeal 287 (g) and Restructure Federal Funding to Target Drug Enforcement Operations and Place a Civilian Oversight Committee" by ibid (

* "Fair, Humane and Rational Immigration Reform" by Nativo Lopez of Mexican American Political Association (MAPA) ( As you might guess, it's a very bad idea, and includes him calling for enactment of the "Unity Blueprint for Immigration Reform".

* "Resolution on the Five Cuban Political Prisoners" by Alicia Jrapko of the International Committee for the Freedom of the Cuban Five ( When I said far-left, I meant it.

* "Support for Puerto Rico Self Determination" by Pablo Martinez of LULAC (

* "Unconstitutional Towing and Driver's License Resolution" by Gil Cedillo ( It uses that possibly inaccurate recitation of events as a vehicle to support driver's licenses for illegal aliens; I wonder why they didn't just come right out and support that explicitly.

* "Decreasing the National Hispanic Dropout Rate Supporting the DREAM Act" by Luis Avila of the Somos America Coalition (

* "Restore the Fairness Doctrine Act", ibid, (

* "RESOLUTION TO DEMAND THAT THE U.S. SUPREME COURT HEAR THE CASE OF THE U.S. CITIZEN CHILDREN OF UNDOCUMENTED PARENTS" from Mr. Emma Lozano [sic] supposedly of the National Day Laborer Organizing Network ( She may be a part of that group, or that might be a mistake; the URL is to somosunpueblo (with an extra 's'):

[The NLC demands] that the U.S Supreme Court hear the Class Action Suit of the 5 million U.S. Citizen Children to prevent the enforcement of the removal of their parents fro the United States without first giving the children a fair opportunity to obtain a remedy for their hardship and redress for the implicit violation of their civil rights.

* 'Formal Position and Statement Denouncing Vigilantism of the "Minutemen Project"' by Yuri Jimenez of Kucinich For President 2008 (

WHEREAS the Minutemen Project encourages and incites hatred, violence, racism and discrimination in border States... THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the organizations represented by delegates of the 2007 National Latino Congreso formally denounce the Minutemen Project, and further declare their position that the Project promotes violence, hatred, racism and discrimination which are not representative traits of the honorable and just American society that has a rich legacy of immigration and inclusiveness.

The other Kucinich resolution approved condemned Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's illegal immigration hotline (


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Well the drug dealers are really up in arms and if you just stand around you can forget your human and civil rights, the outrage is only the start.

"co-conveners", the California nurses association? Hard to figure why they would lend support to the very group that is bankrupting the health care system in California. Will their union or its members benefit from one of the proposed universal coverage plans? Or is it something else?

The more they spout this "No Human Being is Illegal" nonsense the more it makes Americans think "No Immigration is Good".

About the CA Nurses Association, they are but one of the "worker's unions" in CA that funds the DNC (among "complications" involved are that Democrat Senator Feinstein's husband manages their investment/retirement funds and Feinstein leads the charge among Democrats in the Senate to gain ever greater numbers of "workers" -- read illegal aliens -- and various visa schemes so more from Mexico can work in the U.S. if not gain permanent residency here despite their illegal entry) (that's a brief summation of a very complex issue but Feinstein's involvement in motivating various schemes to soak the taxpayers to benefit agribusiness and CA public workers unions are ongoing)... And as to the Puerto Rico "self determination" issue (article you posted lists this), every time Puerto Rico is asked by way of public vote to declare themselves a State of the U.S. or not, they opt not to because if they did, the vast majority of Puerto Ricans would lose their ongoing U.S.-funded taxpayer social welfare monthly checks -- which they receive and continue to without having to pay taxes while enjoying a lot of financial assistance from the U.S. anyway as long as they're a Territory and not a State, among other privileges that would require their own responsibility inorder to sustain them if ever they became a State (so they continue to decline that and instead want to continue their existing situation). This whole group movement there (CA) is based upon ethnic supremacy. To be "Latino" seems to be all they think matters inorder to be "given" graces of all measures by everyone else, including ownership of the U.S. What is it about HIspanic ethnic supremacy that escapes a scouring from everyone else? How can they even group together based upon ethnic supremacy and not be revolting and disgusting to everyone else (which they are, accordingly, due to their ethnic supremacy in my view). There's never discussion of their responsibility for violating many U.S. laws (um, borders for starters) nor respect for the U.S. -- it's instead as if they think that their "Latino" ethnicity is all that's required to own the U.S. and thus are upset when it isn't delivered over to them in-full and fancy (because, after all, they ARE "Latino").