Arizona’s neo-Nazi Rally in Support of Anti Immigration Law (SB1070) causes Chaos
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Arizona’s neo-Nazi Rally in Support of Anti Immigration Law (SB1070) causes Chaos

November 16, 2010, 6:59 pm
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Arizona’s neo-Nazi Rally in Support of Anti Immigration Law (SB1070) causes Chaos

November 16, 2010-  Arizona’s neo-Nazi’s rally in support of Arizona’s anti immigrant law SB1070 caused a riot on the streets of Phoenix this weekend.  They were however, heavily outnumbered by equal rights protesters who challenged the neo-Nazi spectacle while they headed to the federal courthouse. Police dressed in riot gear separated the two groups, and used pepper spray to calm them down, however, people were injured and two rock throwing protesters were arrested.

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The anti-immigration protest was in support of the draconian Arizona's  “papers please” law called SB 1070. The law in its entirety would have permitted police to interrogate anyone they suspected of being in the country without legal papers. The neo- Nazi’s were upset that the most controversial aspects of the law have been blocked by a district court decision.

The National Socialist Movement is a neo-Nazi group that advocates a white separatist nation, where “Only those of pure White blood, whatever their creed, may be members of the nation. Non-citizens may live in America only as guests and must be subject to laws for aliens. Accordingly, no Jew or homosexual may be a member of the nation.” 

In their 25 point treatise the neo-Nazi's make it very clear that nothing American is sacred to them.  For example it state that “[a]ll non-White immigration must be prevented. We demand that all non-Whites currently residing in America be required to leave the nation forthwith and return to their land of origin: peacefully or by force.”  They further demand that “[t]he Party combats the Jewish-materialistic spirit within and without us.”

Arizona is not new to neo-Nazis.  In fact, evidence establishes that the Arizona's SB1070 anti-immigrant law was written and introduced to Arizona congress by Neo Nazi supporters.  Arizona State Senator Russell Pearce, who championed the bill, has, for many years, been associated with local Neo-Nazi and white supremacist groups.

In the video, J.T. Ready the neo-Nazi march organizer, can be seen explaining to a group of protesters that the assault of his members is not acceptable. Ready  reportedly shares a connection to SB-1070 architect and Arizona state Rep. Russell Pearce (R).

According to, JT Ready collaborated with Sean Pearce when the Minutemen were in existence. Sean Pearce is the son of Senate President and creator of SB1070 Russell Pearce, who also sanctioned JT Ready when he ran for office in Mesa in 2006.

Kris Kobach, an attorney and virulent anti-immigration who was recently defeated in his challenge to California’s in-state tuition law, authored the anti immigrant law, SB 1070.  Kobach is an attorney for Immigration Reform Law Institute, the legal arm of the chameleon organization named Federation for American Immigration Reform, or FAIR. As   Rachel Maddow revealed her program, the founder of FAIR is a well-known racist. The seed money he used to start FAIR came from an infamous Eugenics (the same thing the Nazi’s did) outfit.

Not surprisingly, a recent poll conducted by the Arizona Republic exposed that nearly half, 46 percent, of Arizona adults agreed that the immigration debate has "exposed a deeper sense of racism in our community."

Author: Arthur Lewis
Arthur Lewis is a independent journalist who has written for periodicals in the U.S., Canada, England and Australia. His interests are varied and he is currently "following the waves" in Hawaii.
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