With the recent passing of a wholly-sensible immigration bill in Arizona, which would see Arizonans protected from the burden of paying for the federally-unchallenged colonization of their state by illegal aliens, and with the subsequent, well-orchestrated attack on Arizonans by the political establishment, the So Cal A3P’s latest effort quickly turned from street-side demonstration to public celebration, with a level of support shown by locals that has been hitherto unseen.
The demo, which was staged at “the circle” at Orange, California was in opposition to the out-of-control immigration that has transformed much of Southern California from a near-paradise into a third-world nightmare, where rampant crime is a way of life, where taxes grow ever-higher, where freeways simply do not function, where community cohesion is non-existent, and where ethnic tensions often flare and illuminate the likely path forward for the rest of the nation.
“The immigration issue was at the forefront of the public mind, and the consensus was that Arizona had got it right. Nearly every identifiably-American driver passing by honked his or her horn or gave the “thumbs up”, and we even heard a few shouts of, ‘support Arizona’, or something along those lines”, said Brian Alexander, who attended the demonstration.
The group also attracted considerable interest from many of the thousands of people passing by on their respective shopping routes, all of which roughly intersect the location of the demo. Many frequent the area to satisfy a sense of nostalgia for the mom-n-pop-shop downtown of the past, the style of which is present at the circle, and passersby were delighted at the sight of American flags taking to the mild breeze. Several on-the-spot inquiries were made to A3P activists as to how to go about helping the party cause, and one gentleman who was only passing by asked to join the demonstration. He was asked to bear the colors, and he eagerly accepted.
But the day was not without controversy. A number of recent immigrants, ever-clinging to the incorrect belief that they, not the establishment, are the target of the A3P – no doubt the product of the establishment repositioning campaign designed to incite violence against those who oppose it – hurled abuses at the group of young patriots from afar, calling them “racists” and “Nazis”, and demanding that they “go back to Europe” immediately.
What follows is a brief summary of the event, as narrated by one of the activists there:
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