Illegal Mexicans in Alabama Threaten Work Strike

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Take the day off—to protest the harsh laws targeting undocumented immigrants in Alabama.

That’s what some in the state’s Latino community are encouraging Spanish-speaking residents to do, all to counter Alabama’s efforts to fight against illegal immigration.


Facebook users have formed groups and events urging people to skip work on Wednesday and Thursday. They’re also asking people to only shop at businesses that are part of the Hispanic community. Hundreds have said they’re participating.


A Spanish-language radio station in metro Birmingham is helping promote the campaign. {snip}


In heavily Hispanic Albertville, city officials say some Hispanic businesses are planning to close Wednesday. {sn



1 — Kingoldby wrote at 5:09 PM on October 12:


If a lot of them don’t show up for work, it will show very clearly how many jobs they are taking,.


Considering the unemployment rate that is a good thing to know.


2 — Stiv wrote at 5:31 PM on October 12:


No lawns cut and no tables cleared, oh the agony!


Any businesses they actually may own or operate mostly cater to themselves, other Hispanics, anyway. They will impact their own community more than whites in the long run.


3 — Anonymous wrote at 5:33 PM on October 12:


The “Day Without a Mexican” protest on May 1, 2006 was a lovely day in Los Angeles. The freeways were clear and people got a reminder of how it was before the invasion. It didn’t exactly have the intended effect.


4 — Paleface 6 wrote at 7:10 PM on October 12:


We had one of these “Day Without Mexicans” things awhile back. For one day, I didn’t see mamacita letting her kids urinate in the supermarket parking lot; I didn’t hear any blasting ranchero music from low rider cars; I didn’t have to wait at the checkout counter behind some illegal alien who didn’t know how to make his EBT swipe card work as my ice cream melted.


I also made a mental note of Mexican owned businesses, and never patronized them again. Funny thing was, a lot of those businesses closed their doors within six months.


Way to show el blanco who’s in charge.


5 — anonymous white wrote at 7:15 PM on October 12:


I hope there was something positive for Alabaman residents from this latest Latino outburst. Hopefully native-Alabamans saw reduced traffic and less reckless/drunken driving on roadways as well as decreased noise pollution from Spanish-speaking Latinos.


6 — Anonymous wrote at 7:21 PM on October 12:


I’m glad the Mestizos are hastening their ouster! I hope 100% of them participate. The more that do, the greater the pain they’ll feel, for the greater the country will shun them, and work to remove them all. Hopefully we can count on Mestizo chauvinism and stupidity, to sink them!


Things are looking brighter.


7 — Question Diversity wrote at 8:04 PM on October 12:


Take the day off—to protest the harsh laws targeting undocumented immigrants in Alabama.


They’re illegal aliens, they’re not allowed to have jobs and employers are not allowed to hire them. Where they don’t show up to work, then you’ll know an employer to pump for information, either you have the employer on knowingly hiring an illegal, or an illegal for identity fraud.


8 — Anonymous wrote at 8:28 PM on October 12:


“Facebook users have formed groups and events urging people to skip work on Wednesday and Thursday. They’re also asking people to only shop at businesses that are part of the Hispanic community. Hundreds have said they’re participating.”


Sounds kind of racist, I just hope the ACLU and SPLC go after these people who clearly don’t respect diversity.


9 — WR the elder wrote at 9:14 PM on October 12:


Why stop at one day? To the illegal invaders: Please do us a favor and stay away both from work and from all government welfare offices for at least one solid year. Let’s see how badly you’re missed.


10 — sbuffalonative wrote at 9:17 PM on October 12:


Didn’t the first ‘A Day Without Mexicans’ protest fall flat?


11 — Anonymous wrote at 9:29 PM on October 12:


NumbersUSA graded presidential hopefuls’ immigration positions.


Oppose Amnesty/Legalization:


Obama and Johnson ABYSMAL, favors amnesty/legalization.


Cain, Romney and Bachman EXCELLENT, Opposes.


Perry, Gingrich, Santorium and Paul UNHELPFUL, not important.


Gov. Jerry Brown signed several immigration bills into law in California:


Dream Act and financial aid for illegals.


Banning of the use of E-Verify by employers.


Banning of police from impounding cars driving by people without drivers licenses,i.e, illegals.


12 — Anonymous wrote at 9:48 PM on October 12:


This happened in my hometown several years ago when there was that huge national protest. One mexican restaurant, that everyone loved and frequented, closed the doors for a day to allow the workers to protest. People who had eaten there over the years were ticked that the workers didn’t take into account how the city had literally adopted the workers and kept them in business and took their business elsewhere.


I know their business suffered horribly and I think they went out of business.


13 — Anonymous wrote at 9:52 PM on October 12:


Mestizos once again demonstrate that arrogance and stupidity are a dangerous combination, or at least it would be if we actually enforced immigration law in this country. In any event, I hope every illegal invading Mestizo decides to stay home from that job he stole from an American citizen!


That will show us!


14 — Jim wrote at 12:05 AM on October 13:


Hell, take the whole year off.


15 — Anonymous wrote at 12:24 AM on October 13:


“They’re also asking people to only shop at businesses that are part of the Hispanic community.”


I’d be amazed if that weren’t already the case.


16 — HH wrote at 1:20 AM on October 13:


I like it – I like it and I’ll tell ya why! This absolutely smacks of desperation. Whenever I see a group resort to tactics that seem so obviously counterintuitive, I know they are feeling panicky on some level – and that is good!


With the economy remaining in very questionable straits, the Invaders have lost a lot of allies in the mainstream it would seem. Folks worrying about their own jobs, their homes, healthcare, food prices and what-not, are just not all that likely to be worried about this Illegal-Invader boo-hooing!


17 — Anonymous wrote at 8:03 AM on October 13:


The problem with these Day Without a Mexican protests is that they happen far too infrequently.


18 — Fr. John+ wrote at 8:28 AM on October 13:


You know, maybe we could hire out of work Whites, ‘to do the jobs hispanics won’t do’ that day.


Deo Volente!


19 — Anonymous wrote at 9:07 AM on October 13:


What great news. Take the day, the week, or the rest of the year off.


Take yourselves back across the border, and say “Adios” to El Norte. We don’t need you, and don’t want you here. We can’t say it more plainly than that.


20 — EllenA wrote at 10:26 AM on October 13:


Better yet, if they really want to punish us, let them go back to their home countries and force us to do without them completely! Boy, that’d sure show us!


21 — Reformed wrote at 10:32 AM on October 13:


Will they financially and educationally protest as well? A Day Without a WIC Subsidy. A Day Without A Food Stamp Card. A Day of Paying the Federal Income and Payroll Tax. A Day of Keeping Illegals Out of School. A Day Of Spending The Money Instead Of Sending The Money with Western Union.


Why stop with mere physical protest? Be committed, go all the way!

Illegal Mexicans in Alabama Threaten Work

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2 Responses to Illegal Mexicans in Alabama Threaten Work Strike

  1. Robert says:

    i say why dont they just go back home and demand free help from there own government
    ol but hold on my american friends i just thought about something if or when they do go back our
    government will still support them just like they do every body else except for our own country we have kids sleeping in cars and in old abandoned houses and starving to death. while others that ain’t even from here are eating steaks and pork chops and there parents work hard for what to let the mexicans eat and have a roof over there heads and there women dont even work just keep having more kids to run us down that much more. if you dont believe me just look next time you go to the grocery store they will have 2 maybe 3 buggies full while you only have one and the bottom ain’t even covered lol i laugh but its a shame

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