This article is about the constant abuse of special interest groups that government allowing, does far more harm than any good whatsoever. Many regulars of this site know of out infinity with Discover-The-Networks (DTN). DNT profiles leftist organizations that are dedicated to weakening — and in many cases eliminating — all regulations and controls on immigration into the United States.
This “Open Borders Lobby” is a coalition of radical groups spearheaded by such entities as the National Lawyers Guild (NLG), the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR), the Mexican American Legal Defense, and Education Fund (MALDEF), and the American Civil Liberties Union ACLU). Blurring the distinction between citizens and non-citizens, these groups depict any calls for the strict enforcement of immigration laws as manifestations of racism, ethnocentrism, and xenophobia. They seek to radically change American values and culture through mass immigration and the political mobilization of “alienated” immigrant groups.
We feel that everyone who reads our site on a semi-regular basis knows of our distrust of special interest groups. Moreover, the maneuvering between these groups and what they actually do for people is unconscionable.
Imagine if you will, a specific number of fellow humans in the process of relocating their everything – lives, possessions, children, and spouse – to your country. We refer to these travelers, as “fellow humans” because when one works with, parties, cocktails, dates, and teaches these folks there is no longer any barriers to building full time friendships with them. They are indeed a fellow human being.
The aforementioned organizations are part of a vast network of hundreds of groups and tens of thousands of grassroots activists – all backed by hundreds of millions of dollars from leftwing foundations that includes the US Government. Together, they have waged a sustained campaign to open America’s borders to a mass migration from the Third World.
Though these advocacy groups identify their professed concern for “human rights” as their guiding principle, the rights they demand are not the restrictions on government enshrined in the American Bill of Rights, but rather, claims on society for “equity,” “welfare,” and special treatment for designated immigrant groups.
If enacted, these “rights” would amount to a revolution in America’s existing social order. It is noteworthy that the groups leading the attack on America’s borders are also in the vanguard of a coordinated attack against America’s national security and defense structures, and of a campaign to provide legal aid to terrorists and other declared enemies of America.
The “open borders” movement originally emerged from the radicalism of the 1960s and matured in the fight over amnesty for illegal aliens in the 1980s.
It gained a certain mainstream status in the 1990s as the “globalization” and “multilateralism” fads of the decade encouraged talk of a “world without borders” and the decline (even the demise) of the nation-state. At the center of the movement was the Ford Foundation—the largest tax-exempt foundation in the world, and one increasingly guided by the political left. Ford bankrolled the creation of new groups like the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF) and the National Council of La Raza (La Raza). Ford also expanded the role of established leftwing groups like the ACLU, and it promoted radical Marxist organizations—overtly hostile to American values and purposes—like the National Lawyers Guild.
Resources used in the making of this page contain a link to the section where profiles of immigration groups can be found. It also contains links to articles, essays, books, and videos that explore, in depth, a variety of topics related to the activities and objectives of “immigrant rights” organizations.
Therefore if there is any information one could hope to find out about a particular group, one could literally spend days at this site finding everything from U.S. taxpayer funds to foundations in either country that are assisting these interest groups.