Rev. Peter Morales Faces Trial For Protesting Arizona’s Anti-Immigrant Law One Year Ago

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  • maskedavenger777
    January 12, 2018 at 8:11 pm

    I am a Unitarian, but I have to keep my mouth shut most of the time. I don't feel all that free on Sunday. I feel the best way for the illegal immigration problem to be solved is to support labour rights in Mexico and in the third world in general. It takes no bravery to protest for open borders in the USA, but it takes a lion-heart to work for strong unions in the migrant sending countries. It is possible to be arrested as a spy or a subverter in a foreign country for helping in union organization. Foreign union organizations are scared to accept money donations from foreign sources. I don't think you'll ever see Rev. Peter Morales ever meeting with union heads of Frente Authentico in the DF of Mexico. But that is what it would take to solve the problem for real.

  • Debbie King
    January 12, 2018 at 8:11 pm

    @HostileNegotiator The ironic piece is, Rev. Morales is not Christian lol
    "I want to grow our faith, to reach all those people who are looking for non-dogmatic, liberal religious community. I look forward to working with partners in many other progressive and justice-seeking religious groups. There are tremendous issues that we'll be facing in the coming years and we're going to need one another."

  • Kendall Lestrade
    January 12, 2018 at 8:11 pm

    @TribeTPaul …so…would you also support "illegal" Canadian or European immigrants being treated this way?

  • Arius Black
    January 12, 2018 at 8:11 pm

    The civil rights movement of the 60's was about the refusal of the government to follow and administer the law towards citizens of the USA. This "pseudo-immigration" situation is a petition to the government to "not obey their own laws" inorder to benefit non-citizens of the USA.

  • Arius Black
    January 12, 2018 at 8:11 pm

    What civil rights do foreign nationals have in the country not of their birth, none. The very presence of these "uninvited foreign nationals" is an act of illegality. For they entered the USA without permission and intentionally violate the sovereignty of USA. They are not citizens of the USA and thus have no civil rights to be violated.