The League of United Latin American Citizens, along with some 30 other groups of anti-American filth have petitioned the FCC to “monitor” “hate speech” and “misinformation” in the media. They would silence Americans because they lack the capacity and/or desire learn our ways, our laws, or our Constitutional right to Free Speech.
They are especially rabid for the FCC to crack down on the internet.
Moreover, on the Internet, speakers can hide in the cloak of anonymity, emboldened to say things that they may not say in the public eye.
— Jessica J. González, Esq.
National Hispanic Media Coalition
I’m sure that President Obama and his chief of the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, Cass Sunstein heartily approve of their efforts since they both desire to quell and silence the speech of Americans.
This pernicious attempt by some minorities – mostly Hispanics – and their sympathizers to steal the basic rights of Americans through corruption of the law is, however, not surprising; it’s a growing trend among certain sorts of America’s and Civilized World’s enemies.
What caused these groups to petition Obama’s FCC to infringe upon Americans’ rights at this time? That’s simple. It was Arizona passing immigration laws that mimicked the federal laws already on the books but that might actually be properly enforced.
As NHMC has awaited Commission action, hate, extremism and misinformation have been on the rise, and even more so in the past week as the media has focused on Arizona’s passage of one of the harshest pieces of anti-Latino legislation in this country’s history, SB 1070.
Since the vast majority of the MSM’s reporting on Arizona’s SB 1070 has been little more than race-baiting, hatemongering attacks against the law, the state of Arizona, and the hardworking American people who love their country and wish its borders secured, it’s obvious that the “hate, extremism and misinformation” their ranting about is the few outlets that have actually reported on the true content of the law and that it largely mirrors the federal laws that are not enforced.
Come here legally, learn our language, fully join our culture, and forsake all other loyalties and neither I nor any other American will have issue with you. Do otherwise at your own peril.
I would strongly suggest that these groups rethink their strategies and core philosophies. This is America, not La Provincia del Norte, and the best way for Hispanics to deal with the supposed increase in “hate crimes” against them is to stop behaving in manners that are rightfully hated by Americans at large – such as attempting to curtail free speech and a free press, both integral to American society.