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Tuesday, April 18, 2006 

The Lunacy of Michelle Malkin

There is something about minorities and Pro-Americana. Sometimes when trying to impress their masters, they tend to over do it. Michelle Malkin is no exception. A refresher, Malkin is the daughter of Filipino immigrants who she claims are "rock-ribbed Reagan Republicans." I point this out, because it was not to long ago, she wrote:
We are not a "nation of immigrants." This is both a factual error and a warm-and-fuzzy non sequitur. Eighty-five percent of the residents currently in the United States were born here.
It does make you wonder what she really thinks of her parents. By her claim, she is happy to count herself among the special 85%, but her parents they belong to the non-special people. She was born in 1970, so that would mean she is two years older than me that would have to mean her parents Dr. Apolo and Rafaela Maglalang benefited from the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, the same policy which allowed her parents to come to the US.
it was not until the 1965 Hart-Cellar Immigration Act that the structure of Asian American enclaves changed radically. With the influx of new immigrants from China, the Philippines, Korea, India/South Asia, and Viet Nam, almost overnight new ethnic enclaves became established and quickly grew in size, almost exponentially.
Immigrant bashing is not her only favorite enjoyment, she does like to use her flamethrower at college students, too.

Not just any college student, anti-war college students. In fact, she doesn't mind the occasional outing of student telephone numbers allowing her loyalist to make death threats. From Crooks and Liars:
Here's a video from FOX & Friends with Cody James, a student at the university who wanted to see the recruiters and says the protesters were not violent.

Whatever your beliefs are regarding military recruiting at colleges, Michelle Malkin crosses the line of decency by printing the telephone numbers of the students that formed the protest. They have been receiving death threats non-stop. An emailer wrote me and said:

"The protest was reported on by Hannity and O'Reilly. Michelle Malkin put actual students' phone numbers on her blog and they've been getting death threats nonstop."

In her update to the post Michelle writes:

"SAW has removed the contact information from its press release and is now lying about the fact that it made the info publicly available on the Internet. I am leaving it up. If you are contacting them, I do not condone death threats or foul language. As for SAW, my message is this: You are responsible for your individual actions. Other individuals are responsible for theirs. Grow up and take responsibility."

Obviously the death threats are emanating from her blog and she knows it. Malkin understands the nature of the fear and outrage she causes. Will she take responsibility when somebody gets hurt? Here's another example of the fear-mongering she causes. Read Cathy Young's Boston Globe column.

She sure does enjoy her American freedom of speech doesn't she? Just never thought, advocating death threats was part of it. And with her anti-immigration stand, I wonder if she is also willing to publish the addresses and phone numbers of undocumented immigrants so her VDARE white supremacy loyalist can exercise their free speech.

I bring this up, because in her most recent post on her blog, she writes about the up-coming May 1, 2006 "Day Without An Immigrant" Boycott where she has already posted the e-mail addresses of those who are involved in this boycott. But it is this eerie message that is the most troubling.

Forewarned is forearmed.
I wonder who really is the moonbat here.

Hat tip to Rev. Mykeru


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