California Coalition for Immigration Reform Less Tolerant than Ever, Or: How NOT to Infiltrate a CCIR Meeting

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A small but boisterous crowd of protestors stood outside the Garden Grove Women's Club on Wednesday, where the wackjob California Coalition for Immigration Reform hosted the latest in a long line of lunatic lecturers: Villa Park councilwoman Deborah "Sodomy" Pauly. One of her constituents, Villa Park resident Nadia Hassan, went into the meeting to videotape Pauly's comments before the collection of coffin dodgers and token 45-year-old--and that's when things got wacky.

The best Pauly quote of the night was her asserting that "Democracts are working with terrorist organizations. Democrats are of the terrorists, for the terrorists, and by the terrorists"--but she asked Hassan to not videotape the lecture, then proceeded to rail at her in a semi-private conversation. You can read more here, but the encounter had me reminiscing about the good ol' days of the CCIR.
Why, I remember when CCIR allowed their enemies to attend their meetings, even allowed them to openly scoff! I remember when Chicano activists could go in and ask hard questions--sure, the loons would drown them out, but at least that was a discourse. Of course, those times didn't last long, and CCIR has actively tried to keep out sane people for a good decade, if not longer.

While we applaud Hassan's efforts to document what Pauly had to say, and we applaud Pauly for sticking to her pendeja roots, take it from this reporter, who successfully taped CCIR meetings incognito for years: it's best you don't make yourself known. It's best you don't make yourself known, because that lets the CCIR gang show their true colors. My advice to all the Mexis and Muslims who now track CCIR and their head witch, Barbara Coe? Get a gabacho, train him in your evil arts, and have him attend meetings where he can record anything and everything. That's what the Weekly does--and boy, do we get goodies from our source...

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Don't feel you are singled out for not being granted access to the demonic sepulchre of Orange County's underground occult, the California Coalition for Immigration Reform (CCIR).  I, too, have been banned from their "holier than thou" meetings. As a proponent of the rule of law as a solution to what ails the lawlessness plaguing our society I am not welcome in their ranks.

The only persons who attend the CCIR meetings are the naive, who have little clue as to the sinister agendas of CCIR, or the shallow-minded, mental midgets and witch-hunting predators who have no remorse about stealing my corporate bank accounts, ransacking and pilfering my office, and trying to steal my organization through fraudulent filings of fabricated corporate documents, and committing U.S. Postal fraud.  Thanks to my lawyers, they failed, and the perpetrators were brought to court and found liable by a jury for these offenses.

While I fully support the enforcement of U.S. immigration laws, I also realize such efforts are a worthless cause when sinister groups  with very narrowed and selfish agendas, like the California Coalition for Immigration Reform, the San Diego MInutemen, and WIlliam Gheen's ALIPAC, are involved.

I think Villa Park councilwoman Deborah Pauly may have inadvertantly shot herself in the foot by affiliating with what I refer to as a minor domestic criminal or terrorist organization.   Ms. Pauly should associate with those who believe that the law applies to all of us universally...not just to illegal aliens.   The association with CCIR will come back to haunt her reelection, in my opinion.

Jim Gilchrist, President, The MInuteman Project- a multiethnic immigration law enforcement advocacy group -- operating within the law to support enforcement of the law -

mitch young
mitch young

I suspect what Arellano considers 'dialog' and 'hard questions' was actually disruption of the meetings.

Maybe when NCLR holds open meetings and invites, say, Jared Taylor and his Amren guys, then we can talk.




As usual, your assumptions are laughable. Go look through our archives for proof—of course, the practice of thought escapes you...

mitch young
mitch young

You are right. Comprehensive reform. Much lower numbers suitable to an advanced, post-industrial democracy (like something that balances with emigration), preference for skills and education and English language ability, and a policy that doesn't give a country with 2% of the world's population 15% of the  *legal* immigration slots.

That's *comprehensive*.

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