He mocks protesters as being unable to tie up their own shoes. That is an ad hominem attack that neglects to answer their concerns.
The widely replayed video recorded in New York's Bronx area showed angry 'immigrants' saying they are out there 'on the front lines of the global warming fight each and every day!' And that nonsense was spewed with obvious anger and hatred. You have to wonder if these 'protesters' can even tie their own shoes.It is asserted in a sensationalist manner that illegal immigrants from Mexico are being released onto the streets. It is insinuated that there are violent criminals among them.
Note how these people are stereotyped as violent criminals even those it is quite apparent Mark Armstrong has no evidence that the group of 102 are involved in any way with violent activities.
As border control agents complain that they have been ordered to simply release illegal aliens they've caught entering the United States, the groups continue to stream over the border in groups as large as 100 at a time. Border agents apprehended a group of 102 this week in the Rio Grande Valley near the town of Fronton. The article, published by a local ABC news affiliate says residents are regularly unnerved by the sound of gunfire from across the Mexican border, and that there is constant activity in and around their small town with illegal aliens and drug smugglers trying to avoid capture. The article ended by saying that they watched the large group being loaded onto Greyhound buses. There is no word as to where they were taken. But given the testimony of the Border Patrol, chances are they were released without so much a 'notice to appear' for a court hearing.Mark Armstrong seems to think letting immigrants into the United States will lead to widespread violence and mayhem. This highly emotive rhetoric ignores any attempt to distinguish between the guilty and the innocent.
This week also saw reports of five beheadings believed to have been carried out by the drug cartels just south of the Texas border, complete with photographs of the victim's severed heads in ice chests. It's a little unnerving when the Border Patrol says it's being forced to release people out onto American streets with no idea as to who they are, what crimes they may have committed or what they're capable of.
Europe has already had a real good look at its future, with massacres in Paris and Brussels. Life will likely never be the same for European citizens, who now have to try to navigate around the immigrant crime wave. And in the age of political correctness, everyone will be constantly inconvenienced by heightened security measures. ...He complains that there is no hope with the current presidential candidates.
It's hard to be optimistic about where we're headed here in the United States too. Current leadership has been aggressively importing Muslims from northern Africa and the Middle East, releasing huge numbers of illegal aliens from Mexico and points south, while releasing hundreds of hardened criminals from prison. These are the things that are being done publicly. There's no telling what else is going on without notice to the news media.
And the upcoming election? Oh no. Not a single one seems to have been able to rise above the low level of insults and personal accusations to provide much hope of a return to the strength and dignity that used to be synonymous with the miracle of freedom and prosperity in the United States of America. This election year is shaping up to be a nightmare of protests and angry cries of 'racist bigot' no matter which of the candidates comes out on top. It looks likely that we're in for grim disappointment of one kind or another.So Mark Armstrong wants "a return to the strength and dignity that used to be synonymous with the miracle of freedom and prosperity in the United States of America." What is this "strength and dignity" he is looking for? To kick out Mexicans and Muslims and Syrians out of the United States and not let them in? If that is so then he should say so clearly instead of hiding behind such beautiful and hollow words.
Notably in this article there is no discussion about the war in Syria. Nor is any sympathy expressed for Syrians who endure the cataclysmic war underway there. There is also no sympathy expressed for the Mexicans who are forced to endure the severe violence that has afflicted the nation since 2006 in this article.
Reading this one cannot help but remember that PCG's Jeremiah Jacques once absurdly said that it "might be true" that the Democratic Party are letting illegal immigrants into the United States as part of a conspiracy to get more voters for the Democratic Party. This ignores the many deportations that have occurred under President Obama.
I cannot help but wonder if there is a self serving aspect to this vilification of immigrants. The historically inaccurate dogma of British Israelism has made Armstrongism a religion that caters mainly for whites. (It's not white only but it is mainly for whites.) It is hard for one to be inspired and intrigued by British Israelism if one should happen to not be one of these inaccurately alleged descendants of the Israelites. If there are more immigrants from Mexico, Syria and the Muslim world how can they be convinced to embrace Armstrongism if they do not belong to the ethnic groups claimed by the COGs to be descendants of the ancient Israelites? So the COGs' leaders have an incentive to prevent "non-Israelites" coming to the United States. It would be harder to gain recruits out of them since British Israelism is likely to have no allure for them.
Or maybe they are just imitating others and never thought about that aspect of this issue.
(I wish to thank Ambassador Watch for bringing Mark Armstrong to wider attention.)