|[Original Caption:] "A Haitian immigrant, back to camera, |
being helped last January in a clinic to apply for
temporary legal status. Most of the 53,000 Haitians
who applied by the deadline Tuesday gained legal status.
The article is about U.S. government efforts to legalize tens of thousands of Haitian who flooded into the U.S. after the earthquake that last year toppled their poorly built concrete shacks. As if the U.S. hasn't already done enough for Haiti (even before the quake, there were a million of them living here), Semple's article begins thusly:
"A year after the devastating earthquake in Haiti, the American government has received more than 53,000 applications from Haitians seeking temporary legal status in the United States, and has approved the vast majority of them..."Yikes!
But it gets worse:
"The... director of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, said his agency's response to the disaster showed that it could handle a much larger immigrant legalization program like the proposal known as the Dream Act, which would provide a path to citizenship for hundreds of thousands of young illegal immigrants."The psycho population replacement enthusiasts at the New York Times are chomping at the bit to diversify this country as much as possible, as quickly as possible. We have seen that the official estimated date for minorities to become a majority in the U.S. was recently moved up from 2050 to 2042 - that is the official date, and therefore the actual date will probably roll around a lot sooner, but that is not soon enough for the cultural Marxist Brothers at the NYT.
Only a publication as sick and as devious as the New York Times could manage to weave in a pro-Dream Act soliloquy in a story supposedly about Haitian immigration.
Despite the NYT's best efforts to influence policy and get it passed, the "backdoor amnesty" Dream Act was stomped to death last month - mercifully - by a sensible Congress reflecting the clearly stated will of the current majority, something that is supposed to matter in a civilized society. But for the morally superior high school students at Amerika's newspaper of record, the will of the unenlightened masses does not matter, should not matter, and will not matter.
The New York Times: It's Their Way or the Highway