Finally. The New York Times is shedding light behind the evil force behind these anti-immigrant laws. For months I have been warning pro life leaders in Arizona, and across the nation with regard to the evils that are behind legislators who are advocating to change the 14th Amendment of the United States Constitution or Birthright Citizenship.
How can GOP legislators like Michele Bachmann claim to be pro life when they sponsor bills that end Birthright Citizenship of American born babies? Either you are for baby rights or not, and when I discovered that Michele Bachman (Tea Party favorite) received a good rating from NumbersUSA, I dug deeper and found that she co-sponsored a bill to end birthright citizenship via H.R. 1868.
The New York Times pegged John Tanton pretty exact, and you will find to your amazement that he is a progressive. In fact, John Tanton founded the Michigan Planned Parenthood and funnels millions of dollars towards placing abortion clinics in poor neighborhoods. He is behind zero population organizations like NumbersUSA. John Tanton wants to reduce the population and will go so far as to funnel money to third world countries in order to decrease population in other parts of the world.
So why isn’t the National Right to Life up to speed with regard to the evils behind the 14th amendment changes? I believe it is because they have endorsed people like our very own state Senator Russell Pearce who has worked very hard to end birthright citizenship. They don’t know what to do because they had no idea that progressives like Tanton have been working towards reducing population. If the Arizona state legislature would have passed the 14th amendment bills, then this would have encouraged undocumented women to abort their babies.
This is supposed to be a pro life leader’s job – to be proactive watchmen. It is a pro life leader’s job to protect all baby rights — born and unborn, and they must not continue to turn a blind eye to GOP legislators who refer to precious gifts from God as “anchor babies”, and they must stop endorsing GOP legislators who want to end “birthright citizenship” like Michele Bachmann and Arizona State legislator — Russell Pearce.
Pro life leaders need to educate themselves on the John Tanton networks such as the Federation of Americans for Immigration Reform (FAIR), NumbersUSA, Center for Immigration Studies, and several more. John Tanton has already hijacked the Democratic Party, and he is now doing an effective job in hijacking the Republican Party with his evil eugenic ideas, planned parenthood, zero population and anti-immigrant ideas. In fact, Republican Kris Kobach from Kansas has been instrumental in executing the orders of John Tanton via FAIR, and it should not come as a surprise to anyone why Kansas lawmakers are advocating the shooting of immigrants like pigs. Now that we know Tanton has infected both parties, it’s no wonder everything is a mess.
It’s time for the Pro Life leaders to clean house for the upcoming 2012 elections. They must refuse to endorse GOP lawmakers who advocate ending birthright citizenship. Yes, it will hurt, but in the long run it will pay off because the arc of justice will always side with life. Question is….will the pro life leaders have enough faith?
If the faith isn’t there, perhaps reading the New York Times might shed light on the evil John Tanton and numerous organizations he is behind.
When a member of FAIR wrote that Hispanic immigrants should be shot — because they “multiply like a bunch of rats” — a staff member offered to refund his dues. Early supporters included Senator Eugene McCarthy of Minnesota and Warren E. Buffett.
Now FAIR’s signature event is an annual gathering of talk radio hosts, where earnest policy pitches share time with the kind of battle cries Dr. Tanton once feared. This year’s event mixed discussion of job losses among minorities with calls to use Tomahawk missiles on Tijuana drug lords, while a doubter of President Obama’s birth certificate referred to “the undocumented worker” in the White House. Leading allies include Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County, whose sweeps of Latino neighborhoods around Phoenix have prompted a federal investigation.
While the whole movement grew more vehement as illegal immigration increased, Dr. Tanton seemed especially open to provocative allies and ideas. He set off a storm of protests two decades ago with a memorandum filled with dark warnings about the “Latin onslaught.” Word soon followed that FAIR was taking money from the Pioneer Fund, a foundation that promoted theories of the genetic superiority of whites.