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Immigrants Occupy December 18, 2011: OWS are useful idiots for big banks, big business, Federal Reserve, Koch, Bloomberg... - 12/16/11
On Sunday, December 18, 2011, Occupy Wall Street will be conducting "ImmigrantsOccupy Global Day of Action". This "Action" will put them on the same side of immigration as the Koch brothers, the US Chamber of Commerce, big banks, big businesses, the Federal Reserve, and virtually the entire establishment.
Mayor Michael Nutter of Philadelphia - yes, "Mayor Nutter" - recently signed an executive order that will make it easier for criminal illegal aliens to live and work in his city; he's clearly putting his own political interests ahead of the interests of his city. From this: Perhaps stealing the thunder of his own announcement of a 2010 census push, the mayor told a standing-room-only crowd that he's been hearing that what he calls undocumented individuals worry they may be turned over to Immigration if they talk to police or access city services. So he's looking for ways to "narrow the scope...
The Hill/Ian Swanson/[[March 1, 2007]]/ link Thousands of Irish-Americans will arrive in Washington 10 days before St. Patrick's Day to lobby members of Congress to reform immigration laws.
link Describes a speech that Irish Minister of State Noel Treacy gave on [[April 7, 2006]].
On December 3, the "19th Annual People's Weekly World/Nuestro Mundo Banquet" will be held in a Greek restaurant in Chicago: [It] will feature living wage and peace resolutions sponsor city Alderman Freddrenna Lyle as the keynote speaker, and will honor immigrant rights activist Elvira Arellano, union activists Bea and Frank Lumpkin, disability rights group ADAPT, the March 10th immigrant rights coalition and AFSCME workers who are fighting to organize Resurrection Hospital — all familiar to PWW readers. Note, of course, that only one of those is listed as an actual attendee; the honors may...
subtitle: "Fear of Blacklash, Mixed Messages, Timing Are Cited" Washington Post/Darryl Fears and [[N.C. Aizenman]]/[[September 8, 2006]]/ link
http://www.centredaily.com/mld/centredaily/news/politics/15434454.htm Associated Press / "Information from: Standard-Speaker, http://www.standardspeaker.com" About 300 people, many of them from Philadelphia and other parts of the state, rallied Sunday in opposition to the city's crackdown on illegal immigrants.