Meet (Part Of) The Immigration Reform Coalition. They're Surprised Too.
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The coming backlash from the breakdown of American immigration law enforcement is a political revolution waiting to happen. But before anything gets off the ground, the coalition for real reform has to get some more air time.

I agree with Peter Brimelow, who recently noted

"[f]or an idea to become policy, it must spread from radicals to moderates, from the fringe to the center, from the original to the orthodox. Whatever. Only when the idea is thoroughly ventilated will professional politicians even begin to consider it."

Enter Terry Anderson and his Sunday night radio broadcast from Los Angeles—"The Terry Anderson Show"—a weekly situation report on illegal immigration.

As the self-described "prisoner of South Central," Anderson has been up to his eyeballs in illegal immigration for years. He's remained as his largely black Los Angeles neighborhood has turned into a Mexican outpost. And he's not shy about telling all the "stupid Americans" [everyone apathetic about illegal immigration] what they're missing.

Anderson appears on radio in seven states, as well as live on the internet and Cable Radio Network.

He was running hot on all cylinders again this Sunday night. Here's a sample of his opening monologue:

"This country is kissing the ass of the illegal alien…Things are happening in our state that never happened before."

"I warn the state of California and the federal government of the United States of America that Americans are going to explode over this issue. I predict that sooner or later things are gonna get ugly. I do not promote that. I predict that. Especially at the rate that these racist Hispanic politicians are pushing their bigoted agenda. It's gonna happen…."

"This [illegal alien] driver's license bill has set people off across the country, but people are angry here in California..."

"I'm telling the government to do their job now while the people are still abiding by the laws of this country, before there's anarchy. I do not preach anarchy. I am telling you that it's coming no matter what you do, if you do not change, Mr. Government..."

"I didn't understand before, and now I do. Everybody will when it gets personal. I just hope nobody gets hurt. I predict they will. Sorry, but that's how I feel."

Terry is the real thing. The real deal. Nothing phony.

No triangulation needed. He could ace any litmus test with flying colors.

Meanwhile in New York City, the Jewish Task Force –—is on the case exposing the Klan-like ties of one of California's recall election candidates. ["Bustamante The Nazi" on the JTF web site. Note that the site refreshes with new articles every Wednesday.]

JTF claims that Bustamante

"has continued to publicly defend his membership in a Mexican Nazi organization that preaches vicious hatred against whites, Jews and all non-Hispanics." 

"Bustamante was a member of the Chicano Student Movement of Aztlan, also known as Mecha, when he was an "affirmative action" college student. Bustamante has said repeatedly in the past several weeks that he still supports Mecha. Mecha's Nazi motto is: "For the [Hispanic] race, everything. For those outside the race, nothing."

"A Mecha logo sports the red star of Marxism, the Cuban revolutionary slogan "Hasta la victoria, siempre!" ["Ever onward until victory!"] and an Aztec eagle armed with dynamite and a traditional obsidian-bladed Aztec club."

JTF also advocates a distinctly paleoconservative-sounding plank in its seven-point plan. It calls for

"[a]n immediate end to all foreign immigration into the United States, combined with the complete expulsion of America's millions of illegal aliens and the stringent removal of her legal ones at the expiration of their work or residency visas."

So with Michelle Malkin,  Sam Francis, Terry Anderson and the Jewish Task Force on the same side of the battle lines, this coalition business is getting complicated—and certainly characterized by "different components naturally appear[ing] strange to each other."

But that's what it takes.

Ever onward until victory!

Juan Mann [send him email] is a lawyer and the proprietor of

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