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Boycott the People Boycotting Arizona

May 13, 2010

brewer.jpg(left, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signs the law.)

by Henry Makow Ph.D.

On Friday April 23, Arizona did something federal politicians don't have the guts to do. Enforce the immigration laws.

Immigrants will have to prove they are in the country legally. What's wrong with that?

You can't have a country if you don't distinguish between citizens and non-citizens. You can't have a country if anyone can enter illegally and receive the benefits of citizenship.

That is why the Illuminati media is up in arms about this legislation. "You can't have a country" is the message the Illuminati has for the American people. The USA will be merged into a world government controlled by the central bankers.

The people opposing this legislation represent a fifth column in America. The leading opponent is the impostor-in-chief Barack Obama, who can't produce his own credentials. The others consist of certain Latino and Leftist groups who are using immigration to invade and take over America.

I am not opposed to immigration. I am married to a Mexican. She entered Canada legally and applied for and received Canadian citizenship. I am an immigrant myself. I was born in Switzerland and am a naturalized Canadian. I am grateful to be a Canadian citizen. I don't believe in abusing this privilege by forcing Canadians to accept more immigrants than they want or need. I came here to contribute to the common welfare, not to invade and take over.

We are talking about illegal immigration. The fact that this is even an issue shows how far gone we are. Opponents of the legislation complain that it will lead to racial profiling. What's wrong with asking someone who looks like they are an immigrant to prove their status? They don't have a problem with searching everyone who takes an airplane in case they are terrorists.

No country in the world allows illegal immigration. Why should America? Israel does not let non-Jews become citizens. You don't hear the New York Times complaining about that. But here is their biased article on Arizona.

24immig_CA0-popup.jpg(left, USA, all humans welcome)

Here is a list of the people boycotting Arizona. I urge you to notify them of your boycott. Urge your legislators to boycott them. They are mostly Union and Lefty groups. They are world banker dupes. Here are the cities you should boycott. Contact their tourism offices.

Los Angeles: On May 12, the L.A. City Council voted 13-1 to approve a boycott of Arizona. The city plans to cancel several contracts with Arizona. While the exact contracts are still under consideration, the result could amount in $8 million in business.

San Francisco: Supervisor David Campos and City Attorney Dennis Herrera are both calling for a boycott of Arizona. "We won't be sending any city employees to conferences in Arizona," said Campos. A resolution will be brought to the city council this week as well.

Boston: On May 5, the Boston City Council passed a resolution for city officials to identify city contracts and purchasing agreements with Arizona and Arizona-based companies, and end those agreements immediately. City Council President Michael Ross and fellow Councilor Felix G. Arroyo presented the resolution.
Arizona.jpgSimilar proposals to the one in Boston are being presented in Springfield, MA; Worcester, MA, Washington D.C., Milwaukee, Chicago and New York. Let these cities know you will boycott them.
Boulder: City Manager Jane Brautigam announced on May 5 that employees of the City of Boulder will no longer be traveling to Arizona on business.
Oakland: Under the direction of City Council President Jane Brunner, the city of Oakland voted unanimously to boycott Arizona on May 4. The city is asking officials to "not to enter contracts with or purchase goods from companies with headquarters in Arizona, calls on city staffers to review existing contracts with Arizona companies, and aims to keep city employees from traveling to Arizona on official business," reported the San Jose Mercury News.

Other Updates on Boycotts & Movements
One blog, Alto Arizona, includes updates on boycotts and protests across the nation, as well as a Twitter feed where opponents of the new law express their opinions.

On the other hand, support Arizona. Change your holiday plans to include this state. Let them know!


We hear talk of "compassion." What about self-preservation? Many Americans have been trained to adopt behavior and policies that are simply self-destructive. Repeatedly, the Protocols of the Elders of Zion marvel that they (Illuminati Jews) have been able to teach the goyim self-destructive behavior.

Our countries are the basis of our freedom. Destroy nationhood and you  destroy democracy That is the goal of the Illuminati.     

The Pew Research Center for the People & the Press, May 12, 2010

Fully 73% say they approve of requiring people to produce documents verifying their legal status if police ask for them. Two-thirds (67%) approve of allowing police to detain anyone who cannot verify their legal status, while 62% approve of allowing police to question people they think may be in the country illegally.

The latest national survey by the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press, conducted May 6-9 among 994 adults, finds that Democrats are evenly split over Arizona's new immigration law: 45% approve of the law and 46% disapprove. However, majorities of Democrats approve of two of the law's principal provisions: requiring people to produce documents verifying legal status (65%) and allowing police to detain anyone unable to verify their legal status (55%).

Republicans overwhelmingly approve of the law and three provisions tested. Similarly, among independents there is little difference in opinions of the new Arizona law (64% approve) and its elements, which are viewed positively.

Young people are less supportive of the Arizona immigration law than are older Americans. Fewer than half (45%) of those younger than 30 approve of the new law while 47% disapprove. Majorities of older age groups--including 74% of those 65 and older--approve of the law.

However, even most young people approve of requiring people to produce documents verifying their legal status; 61% approve of this element of the law while 35% disapprove. Larger percentages of older age groups support this provision.

Most Disapprove of Obama on Immigration

Just 25% approve of the way Obama is handling the issue, while more than twice as many (54%) disapprove. That is {snip} down slightly from last November (31%).

In the current survey, 76% of Republicans disapprove of Obama's handling of immigration policy, while just 8% approve. Independents disapprove of Obama's job on the issue by more than two-to-one (57% to 25%). Even among Democrats, as many disapprove (38%) as approve (37%) of the way he is handling the issue, while a quarter (25%) offer no opinion.

Organized Jewry in Race War Against Whites   (Kevin MacDonald) 

Arizona Cuts "Ethnic Studies"


Comments for "Boycott the People Boycotting Arizona"

Marti said (May 17, 2010):

Hi Henry, another good writing as usual. I see illegal immigration being used to create chaos and that chaos will be used as an excuse to declare martial law - you know - the old 'order out of chaos' routine. We also know that our pretend ' government' is pushing for the NAU or North American Community and martial law is needed to push this scheme closer to reality. I am one who lets state officials know how I feel here in Ohio and I applaud Arizona for the self-defense immigration law that has been signed into law by the governor. It has become all too obvious that here in the USA we have 'elected' officials who`s only concerns are to have our borders open to appease the filthy crooks behind the destruction of our country - Zionists whether they be Jew or pretend Christian.

Joe said (May 17, 2010):

I think the LA boycott of Arizona is a wonderful idea. In fact, I like it
so much that I think the governor of Arizona should call the mayor of LA
and tell him that he agress with the boycott and that therefore he's
immediately shutting off the export of all Arizona water to Kalifornia!
Including the Colorado river, the Colorado River Aqueduct, the LA aqueduct,
the Gila river and the California Aqueduct! Maybe Arizona can help LA dry
out so that it looks more like home to those poor illegal immigrants!


"You cannot legislate the poor into freedom by legislating the wealthy out
of freedom. What one person receives without working for, another person
must work for without receiving. The government cannot give to anybody
anything that the government does not first take from somebody else. When
half of the people get the idea that they do not have to work because the other half is going to take care of them, and when the other half gets the idea that it does no good to work because somebody else is going to get what they work for, that my dear friend, is about the end of any nation. You cannot multiply wealth by dividing it."
~~~~ Dr. Adrian Rogers, 1931

Wayne said (May 16, 2010):

As I live in Tucson, Arizona, I appreciate your article.

I've already canceled all my business and vacation plans in California and am encouraging others to do the same.

I forwarded your article's address to everyone I know.

Antonio said (May 15, 2010):

I am Canadian and am married to a Mexican too. I lived in Arizona for 18 months and I lived in Mexico for six months. I am writing to you to say that you missed the point of Mexican immigration in the USA.

Theoretically, you have a point. Illegal immigrants should be evicted from the country. Period.

The first problem is that you have a savage business class in the US that survives solely on the backs of illegal immigrants. These guys lobby the federal government not to be shut down, by financing campaigns, etc.,... so that they won't get shut down and arrested.

The second problem is that you have huge government bureaucracies. Crime and security are big business in Arizona, and illegal immigrants are always a pretext to hire more officers to create cushy government jobs.

The last problem is image. Doesn't this law make Border Protection look bad, even though they were deporting 100 Mexicans a day in Tucson alone? Is this law really necessary if 150 000 illegal Mexicans have returned to Mexico on their own since 2007 because there are no jobs left for them in the US?

It's time to leave the Center of the Universe (Canada) and start examining what the world is really like.



I'm not persuaded by your argument. The majority of Americans support the Arizona approach.


TS G said (May 14, 2010):

Cities listed as backing this 'boycott' are predominantly under the thumb of a certain kind of media, like the LA Times & FOX. the same Media that so often engages in "Trial by Editorial." --"We know he shot her an dragged the body over to the suicide note!" Or, how about ..."We know it really was 'suicide,' never mind the two bullets to the head.

Border towns in NM & AZ have been said to have become "completely unlivable" by people who had lived there for years. Soon, in keeping with the IMF actions against Greece, America will more closely resemble Mexico anyway. In the short-term, the same IMF factions have suggested, and provided recent incentives, for Americans to keep a second home in Costa Rica. This has been a curious process to observe, in light of a virtual black-out of News opinions concerning the health of the EU, or any details about Canada, (et. all,) that weren't written by the Offices of your Prime Ministers...

Still, I remain "eternally optimistic," –knowing that some of us will delight in hiding out in makeshift cliff dwellings and caves, where we can effortlessly draw on the resources of the ruling elite, as we plan the counter-attack on such grand structural ikons as "the SEARS Tower," and direct the course of history via an iPad and a set of Iridium phones!

In closing, is California the brunt of this joke, or what?

WG said (May 14, 2010):

Yet another brilliant article, once again you've hit the nail on the head. When over 70% of the US population is with Arizona's new "enforcement" policy, it never ceases to amaze me the "trolls" roll out their "anti" stand on anything that is good for the rest of us.

I find it particularly humorous that L.A. is on the list, I'd say off hand many of their financial problems are due to illegal immigrants. Upon reading your article I sent for a brochure on Arizona tourism. I owe myself a vacation, and feel that would be a good place to take it. ( perhaps not in mid summer)

Again a spot-on commentary and I'll be participating in boycotting the boycotters. . Thank you again Dr. Makow

David Martin said (May 14, 2010):

Excellent article on the Arizona boycott. It's been disgusting to see how the people who own our professional sports teams have been joining in the trashing of the good people of Arizona by, on certain occasions, putting "Los" in front of the team nickname on the teams' jerseys. The referenced article is about the Phoenix Suns, but I first saw it on "Los Florida Marlins" baseball team when our Washington Nationals played them. And then there was the school principal in Illinois who arbitrarily forbade her school's basketball team from traveling to Arizona to a tournament. What an outrage!

This letter might interest you:

> The Honorable Jan Brewer – State of Arizona –
> Dear Gov. Brewer,
> I congratulate you for your courage, fortitude, and insight in signing the recent immigration bill. I viewed the lengthy interview on Fox news, with your State Senator, who with others crafted a prudent and judicious bill, constitutionally sound, which would not violate the rights of any American citizen, and will implement existing federal law – – which the federal government has refused to enforce for decades due to either nonfeasance or malfeasance.
> I have downloaded a copy of your bill and carefully reviewed. I will be requesting that my state legislators introduce similar legislation in our next session. Similar to your state, mine of Florida, is plagued by over 1 million illegal aliens who pillage our state with murder, assault, rape, theft, gang violence, identity theft, child abuse, and have turned our highways into killing fields with illegal alien drivers who bear no license, insurance, and cannot read English road signs. Our treasury is being bled by prisoners in our jails, overcrowded schools, and outright abuse of social welfare programs and our emergency rooms.
> Despite your 10th amendment rights, diligence, and actions for the public good – your state is being unjustly vilified and demonized in a concerted effort by the left wing media, utilizing purposeful distortion and smear in the best tactics of Sol Alinsky. Yet, in spite of the propaganda, you enjoy 70% support of your citizens, and in excess of 60% of Americans at large.
> Now, with only 30% of the left-wing rabble, or uninformed, in opposition to your bill... as a last resort the radical left, the Obamunists, and their quislings and toadies in the media are organizing an economic boycott of your state. I would like to support you financially, but with Central Florida suffering economic Obamageddon, I cannot afford to visit your state as a tourist at present.
> But there is a way I, and millions of other Americanists can help your state economically:
> I would like to join a BUYCOTT. May I humbly suggest that you instruct your director of commerce or consumer affairs to compile a list of products unique to Arizona, or common household items sold by vendors in your state, that can be purchased online, by supporters such as me, and post that list on your state website. A couple of interviews on Fox news and conservative talk radio will flood dollars into your state. I would much prefer to buy goods my household needs from businesses in your state, rather than my local Wal-Mart, where my hard-earned dollars eventually end up in Red China.
> Please remain vigilant and strong. The American people and the 10th amendment to the Constitution are on your side.
> Regards,
> Polk County, Florida
The decision to accept the invitation to visit an old friend in Arizona this year has been made for me.

The Grand Design

What are our rulers up to?
What is their ultimate goal,
That they'd freely get rid of our melting pot
And give us a salad bowl?

They don't want us strong and united,
The land of the brave and the free;
They want us in thrall to our global masters,
A polyglot peasantry.

Christine said (May 14, 2010):

Thank you so much for this kind and gallant article. Coming from a legal immigrant like yourself, it means a lot. It is ironic that a Canadian citizen like yourself is saying what Americans should be saying: that we ought to defend our borders or lose them. And that Obama is an imposter.

We have come to a new low in America when we do not value our country enough to defend it. Indeed, the oddest part of the illegal immigrant debate is that we may and probably do have an illegal immigrant sitting in the White House. We can't tell since Obama won't release any of his personal records.

The late father of a friend was a CIA agent stationed in South America. He predicted the fall of the USA to Communism, and said the start of the Revolution would be signalled by the mass migration of Mexicans.

Nikita Khruschev said that the Communists would slowly socialize America to the point that it would someday wake up and find itself Communist. Now that we have a Communist in the White House and no one seems to care, I'd say Khruschev was right, wasn't he?

Becky said (May 14, 2010):

Henry--do not immigrants, whether legal or illegal, have to prove they are in the country legally before they are given any benefits??? Is it not the responsibility of the department doling out these benefits to make sure the recipient is 'legal'?

This more sounds more like control of us--remember airport scanners? We are tarred with the same brush and this is to control us even more. Remember that during WW11 in Europe ID had to be presented everywhere? Well, the reporting on that here was how un-democratic that act was. But now it is ok?

This is just another giant step to taking control of us and has nothing to do with 'illegals'. We are all illegals and terrorists if we do not bow down to the masters.

Mark said (May 14, 2010):

I have a couple of problems with your take on the Arizona law. First, is your lack of understanding of how NAFTA and American farm subsidies have created such difficulty for average northern Mexicans to make a decent living in their own country. Do some research on Charles Bowden's new book, Murder City: Ciudad Juarez and the Global Economy's New Killing Fields. Listen to his interview on Pacifica Radio:

If you have any compassion, you'd understand why these people are coming into America. You're married to a Mexican. I'm sure you can agree that most of the Mexicans are sweet, hard-working people who aren't selfish (based upon the amount of remittances they send back to their families despite the low wages they earn.) In fact, most North Americans could learn a thing or two from the values of these splendid people.

Besides, much of America used to belong to Mexico. It's in the memory of their DNA that this is part of their homeland.

If anything, Congress needs to pass a law that anyone born in America to people who aren't naturalized citizens cannot become automatic citizens. It's a far less, and more logical, solution to impeding the desire for so many people from south of the border to want to come up here.

After that, then work on the the Chambers of Commerce and employers who rely upon the cheap labor that these people provide, These corporate interests are the real culprits in this dilemma.

Then, after looking at the whole picture that I've opened a window for you to peer through, consider your compassion. After all, we all breath the same air and want the same things for ourselves and our families. At some point, nationality shouldn't trump humanity.



I think the solution is to improve economic conditions in Mexico. Immigrants are forced to come here. They would prefer to stay at home.


KP said (May 14, 2010):

Quick note: good article on the pathetic Arizona boycotters.

You might also consider a list of businesses in Arizona who stand against illegal immigration and for the rule of law. The idea being the we should thank these companies by sending them our business - especially by buying online. That might cause the plan of the traitorous boycotters to backfire! Imagine their face if that happened. Imagine - Arizona actually getting MORE business because of their brave stance :O)

Tony B said (May 14, 2010):

The funny part of all this blab about boycotting Arizona is that Arizona hasn't got a whole lot to boycott.

Well, it does seem to be loaded with illegal aliens. I suppose one could easily boycott them. Don't give them jobs, don't give them welfare, don't give them health care, don't give them free anything whatsoever. Don't register their newborns as U.S. citizens, don't talk to them, don't sell to them. In short treat them as though they aren't there - they don't exist. Unless they commit a crime. Then throw the whole book at them.

Might be something of value to this boycott after all.

As Pat Buchanan wrote: "Whose country is this?"

Roman said (May 14, 2010):

henry , i love you man. i went to the boycott az page that listed the weirdos that are boycotting AZ and i was already boycotting them anyway

DP said (May 14, 2010):

I came to the same conclusion when I heard that call to boycott AZ. I told my boss at work, we need to find out who these people are and
boycott them.

So I'm pleased that you have reached the same idea. I look forward to reading more of your work.

Steven said (May 14, 2010):

Boycott California, interesting idea but I have a better one.

Now mind you I'm not suggesting this be done; but talked about is fine!
It might jar some sense into those idiots out West!

Hey California we Arizonians have decided to boycott you, but rather than not buy a service or product we've decided to shut down
the water flowing from the Colorado to your thirsty mouths!

Lets see how long you last without our cool refreshing water!

"Whats that I can't hear you ?"

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