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July 15th, 2010 · Uncategorized

July 10 local members gathered to watch ‘The Birth of a Nation’. This was an excellent historical movie and not nearly as ‘racist’ as critics claim.

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Mayor invites Haitians

July 5th, 2010 · Uncategorized

North Mianm Mayor Andre Pierre says 55,000 Haitians waiting for visas to the United States are welcome.

Pierre, a Haitian-American immigrant and lawyer, said he did not think the arrival of so many poor, homeless people would be a problem for his small city of about 60,000.

The Center suspects that there is a financial or political reason for this. Either way we hope that the office of Homeland Security investigates this threat.

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Helen Thomas

June 23rd, 2010 · Uncategorized

White House journalist, Helen Thomas was forced to resign recently because she made insensitive remarks which essentially supported the Middle East Peace Plan developed by Save Europe. The 89-year-old journalist has covered the White House for almost half a century. Thomas spoke rather callously when she said Israelis should “get the hell of Palestine.” and should go “home — [to] Poland, Germany . . . and America, and everywhere else.” Our peace plan can be reviewed on this site and should not be offensive to anyone. In my opinion it is the only plan that offers a long-term solution. If anyone knows of another plan please send an email.

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Letter to Rand Paul

June 23rd, 2010 · Uncategorized

On May 24, 2010 the director of the Center for Perpetual Diversity sent this letter to Rand Paul in response to his recent statement about Civil Rights. Dr. Paul is getting a lot of heat from the press and needs to know how many people know the truth.

Dear Dr. Rand Paul;

You are right!

Most Civil Rights laws are absolutely wrong.

I am sending you my thanks and a check for $100 to encourage more such statements.

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Earth Day 2010

June 23rd, 2010 · Uncategorized

Thursday is the 40th anniversary of Earth Day. Most of us care about the environment and there has been much improvement in cutting polution. Except in one area, Immigration. The environment is harmed greatly by the millions of immigrants coming to this country. They consume more than they would in their home country. Few leaders have the courage to oppose immigration even though they know how harmful it is to the environment and our culture and national security. We all must remind people of this everytime we hear someone talk about global warming or other related issues.

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Slaves to China?

June 23rd, 2010 · Uncategorized

Another sign of Western decline: Chinese automake, Geely, signed a deal to buy Volve from Ford for $1,800,000,000. We are calling on our leaders to do what is needed to stop this troubling trend. Stopping the sale of our assets is just superficial. We need a long term plan for the survival of our people. Stopping immigration is critical, increasing productivity is also important. If immigration continues it hardly matters if we are slaves to the Chinese because it wont be “us.”

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