L’Arizona vient de donner des pouvoirs exceptionnels aux policiers pour interpeller toute personne à la peau foncée et aux traits latinos….


Des immigrants illégaux, les mains liées, escortés par la police, à Phoenix, Arizona.

L’État adopte une loi controversée sur l’immigration illégale. Les citoyens à la peau foncée et aux traits latinos risquent d’être arrêtés et détenus en Arizona s’ils n’ont pas sur eux des papiers d’identité en règle.

Une nouvelle loi, adoptée cette semaine, permet aux policiers d’interpeller toute personne soupçonnée d’être un immigrant illégal – une première au pays.

Jusqu’ici, la tâche de faire respecter les lois sur l’immigration incombait aux agents fédéraux. Les policiers pouvaient appréhender un immigrant illégal seulement si celui-ci était soupçonné d’avoir commis un crime.

La loi est une victoire pour les groupes anti-immigration qui demandent depuis longtemps un durcissement des mesures pour contrer l’immigration illégale en Arizona. Selon ses détracteurs, la nouvelle législation met en place un «État policier» et encourage le profilage racial.

«L’Arizona est sur le point de mettre en place la loi anti-immigration la plus rigide jamais vue dans ce pays depuis des générations, a dit Chris Newman, directeur de l’Association nationale des travailleurs journaliers. Cette loi est anticonstitutionnelle, malavisée et révoltante. L’Arizona est devenu un laboratoire pour les expérimentations en matière de loi anti-immigration au pays.

L’association des chefs de police de l’Arizona s’est prononcée contre la loi, affirmant qu’elle brisera le lien de confiance entre les policiers et les immigrants. Les agents craignent que des immigrants témoins d’un crime ou d’un accident ne décident de prendre la fuite plutôt que de collaborer avec les autorités.

David A. Selden, avocat spécialisé en immigration, signale que la loi aura surtout pour effet d’enrichir des avocats. «Cette loi est une grande subvention pour les avocats anti-immigration, a-t-il dit dans une sortie publique remarquée. Elle va accorder des fonds publics aux avocats, qui pourront poursuivre les conseillers municipaux, les fonctionnaires, les employés de la librairie, quiconque soupçonné de ne pas rapporter aux autorités la présence d’immigrants illégaux.»

Le projet de loi est revenu à l’avant-plan le mois dernier, après le meurtre du propriétaire de ranch Robert Krentz, trouvé sur ses terres, près de la frontière mexicaine.

La loi a été adoptée par les 35 républicains de la Chambre des représentants, tandis que les 21 démocrates ont voté contre. Des manifestants pour et contre la réforme ont bruyamment manifesté à l’extérieur du Capitole, à Phoenix.

Plus engagés

Des projets de loi semblables sont proposés depuis des années en Arizona, mais l’idée n’était jamais bien loin. Or, avec les primaires républicaines prévues pour le mois d’août, les candidats sont plus engagés cette année.

La loi doit être approuvée par la gouverneure républicaine de l’État, Jan Brewer, qui a le pouvoir d’y imposer son veto. Les partisans comme les opposants estiment que la gouverneure donnera son imprimatur à la nouvelle législation.

De 15 à 20 millions d’immigrants illégaux – des Latinos pour la plupart – se trouvent en sol américain. Ils font des travaux difficiles ou peu valorisants, comme laver la vaisselle ou récolter les légumes dans les champs.

Barack Obama a promis de s’attaquer à la réforme de la loi fédérale sur l’immigration dans les prochains mois. Le président a déclaré que l’expulsion des immigrants illégaux n’était pas une avenue envisageable.

Photo Ross d. Franklyn, associated press

Deux immigrants illégaux escortés par les autorités à Phoenix. L’Arizona vient de donner des pouvoirs exceptionnels aux policiers pour interpeller toute personne à la peau foncée et aux traits latinos.

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Une fois de plus c’est du délire complet, des pouvoirs spéciaux pour controler des « peaux foncées » et des hispaniques, ca va être folklo, les américains  » basanés » ou hispaniques ne vont pas accepter de se faire controler en longueur de journée.
Ils ne s’y prendraient pas autrement pour jeter de l’huile sur le feu et amorcer des émeutes raciales, franchemennt ça craint, les autorités de l’arizona jouent avec le feu, près du tiers de la population est d’origine hispanique …

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14 Réponses to “L’Arizona vient de donner des pouvoirs exceptionnels aux policiers pour interpeller toute personne à la peau foncée et aux traits latinos….”

  1. dootjeblauw Says:

    Déjà que les « patriotes » font du bénévolat en patrouillant le long de la frontière avec leurs armes et leurs chiens pour empecher les Mexicains de rentrer, cela va devenir une vraie chasse à l’homme en Arizona.

  2. Vladivostok1919 Says:

    http://www.wcax.com/Global/story.asp?S=12353381

    http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=123813&sectionid=3510203

    http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2010/04/20/peak_phosphorus

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/southkorea/7619087/South-Korean-ship-sunk-by-crack-squad-of-human-torpedoes.html (!!!!)

    http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2010/04/think-american-youths-have-it-rough-try-spain/39262/

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/asia/article7099417.ece

    http://www.alternet.org/story/138180/u.s._cities_increasing_use_of_armed_mercenaries_to_replace_police/

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/financetopics/financialcrisis/5516536/US-cities-may-have-to-be-bulldozed-in-order-to-survive.html

    http://seekingalpha.com/article/200212-marc-faber-on-bubble-building-in-china

    http://www.oftwominds.com/blogoct09/criminalizing-poverty10-09.html

  3. Vladivostok1919 Says:

    http://www.johnpilger.com/page.asp?partid=555 – 1 heure de speech du génial John PILGER. un bon récapitulatif

  4. Vladivostok1919 Says:

     »
    Breaking the great Australian silence
    5 Nov 2009
    In a speech at the Sydney Opera House to mark his award of Australia’s human rights prize, the Sydney Peace Prize, John Pilger describes the « unique features » of a political silence in Australia: how it affects the national life of his homeland and the way Australians see the world and are manipulated by great power « which speaks through an invisible government of propaganda that subdues and limits our political imagination and ensures we are always at war – against our own first people and those seeking refuge, or in someone else’s country ».

    You can watch the full speech below with an introduction by Professor Emeritus Stuart Rees. Stuart Rees. Director, Sydney Peace Foundation.

    Thank you all for coming tonight, and my thanks to the City of Sydney and especially to the Sydney Peace Foundation for awarding me the 2009 Sydney Peace Prize. It’s an honour I cherish, because it comes from where I come from.

    I am a seventh generation Australian. My great-great grandfather landed not far from here, on November 8th, 1821. He wore leg irons, each weighing four pounds. His name was Francis McCarty. He was an Irishman, convicted of the crime of insurrection and “uttering unlawful oaths”. In October of the same year, an 18 year old girl called Mary Palmer stood in the dock at Middlesex Gaol and was sentenced to be transported to New South Wales for the term of her natural life. Her crime was stealing in order to live. Only the fact that she was pregnant saved her from the gallows. She was my great-great grandmother.

    She was sent from the ship to the Female Factory at Parramatta, a notorious prison where every third Monday, male convicts were brought for a “courting day” – a rather desperate measure of social engineering. Mary and Francis met that way and were married on October 21st, 1823.

    Growing up in Sydney, I knew nothing about this. My mother’s eight siblings used the word “stock” a great deal. You either came from “good stock” or “bad stock”. It was unmentionable that we came from bad stock – that we had what was called “the stain”.

    One Christmas Day, with all of her family assembled, my mother broached the subject of our criminal origins, and one of my aunts almost swallowed her teeth. “Leave them dead and buried, Elsie!” she said. And we did – until many years later and my own research in Dublin and London led to a television film that revealed the full horror of our “bad stock”. There was outrage. “Your son,” my aunt Vera wrote to Elsie, “is no better than a damn communist”. She promised never to speak to us again.

    The Australian silence has unique features.

    Growing up, I would make illicit trips to La Perouse and stand on the sand hills and look at people who were said to have died off. I would gape at the children of my age, who were said to be dirty, and feckless. At high school, I read a text book by the celebrated historian, Russel Ward, who wrote: “We are civilized today and they are not.” “They”, of course, were the Aboriginal people.

    My real Australian education began at the end of the 1960s when Charlie Perkins and his mother, Hetti, whom Charlie described to me as a queen of the Aranda people, took me to the Aboriginal compound at Jay Creek in the Northern Territory. Hetti wore a big black hat and sat in the front of our rented Ford Falcon. She suggested we smash down the gate to get in.

    The shock at what I saw is unforgettable. The poverty. The sickness. The despair. The quiet anger. I began to recognise and understand the Australian silence.

    Tonight, I would like to talk about this silence: how it affects our national life, the way we see the world, and the way we are manipulated by great power which speaks through an invisible government of propaganda that subdues and limits our political imagination and ensures we are always at war – against our own first people and those seeking refuge, or in someone else’s country.

    Last July, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd said this: “It’s important for us all to remember here in Australia that Afghanistan has been a training ground for terrorists worldwide, a training ground also for terrorists in South-East-Asia, reminding us of the reasons that we are in the field of combat and reaffirming our resolve to remain committed to that cause.”

    There is no truth in this statement. It is the equivalent of his predecessor John Howard’s lie that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction.

    Shortly before Kevin Rudd made that statement, American planes bombed a wedding party in Afghanistan. At least sixty people were blown to bits, including the bride and groom and many children. That’s the fifth wedding party attacked, in our name.

    The prime minister was standing outside a church on a Sunday morning when he made his statement. No reporter challenged him. No one said the war was a fraud: that it began as an American vendetta following 9/11, in which not a single Afghan was involved. No one put it to Kevin Rudd that our perceived enemy in Afghanistan were introverted tribesmen who had no quarrel with Australia and didn’t give a damn about south-east Asia and just wanted the foreign soldiers out of their country. Above all, no one said: “Prime Minister, There is no war on terror. It’s a hoax. But there is a war of terror waged by governments, including the Australian government, in our name.” That wedding party, Prime Minister, was blown to bits by one the latest smart weapons, such as the Hellfire bomb that sucks the air out of the lungs. In our name.

    During the first world war, the British prime minister David Lloyd George confided to the editor of the Manchester Guardian: “If people really knew [the truth], the war would be stopped tomorrow. But of course they don’t know and they can’t know.”

    What has changed? Quite a lot actually. As people have become more aware, propaganda has become more sophisticated.

    One of the founders of modern propaganda was Edward Bernays, an American who believed that people in free societies could be lied to and regimented without them realising. He invented a euphemism for propaganda – “public relations”, or PR. “What matters,” he said, “is the illusion.” Like Kevin Rudd’s stage-managed press conferences outside his church, what matters is the illusion. The symbols of Anzac are constantly manipulated in this way. Marches. Medals. Flags. The pain of a fallen soldier’s family. Serving in the military, says the prime minister, is Australia’s highest calling. The squalor of war, the killing of civilians has no reference. What matters is the illusion.

    The aim is to ensure our silent complicity in a war of terror and in a massive increase in Australia’s military arsenal. Long range cruise missiles are to be targeted at our neighbours. The Rudd government and the Pentagon have launched a competition to build military robots which, it is said, will do the “army’s dirty work” in “urban combat zones”. What urban combat zones? What dirty work?

    Silence.

    “I confess,” wrote Lord Curzon, viceroy of India, over a century ago, “that countries are pieces on a chessboard upon which is being played out a great game for the domination of the world.”

    We Australians have been in the service of the Great Game for a very long time. Do the young people who wrap themselves in the flag at Gallipoli every April understand that only the lies have changed – that sanctifying blood sacrifice in colonial invasions is meant to prepare us for the next war?

    When Prime Minister Robert Menzies sent Australian soldiers to Vietnam in the 1960s, he described them as a ‘training team’, requested by a beleaguered government in Saigon. It was a lie. A senior official of the Department of External affairs wrote this secret truth: “Although we have stressed the fact publicly that our assistance was given in response to an invitation by the government of South Vietnam, our offer was in fact made following a request from the United States government.”

    Two versions. One for us, one for them.

    Menzies spoke incessantly about “the downward thrust of Chinese communism”. What has changed? Outside the church, Kevin Rudd said we were in Afghanistan to stop another downward thrust. Both were lies.

    During the Vietnam war, the Department of Foreign Affairs made a rare complaint to Washington. They complained that the British knew more about America’s objectives than its committed Australian ally. An assistant secretary of state replied. “We have to inform the British to keep them on side,” he said. “You are with us, come what may.”

    How many more wars are we to be suckered into before we break our silence?

    How many more distractions must we, as a people, endure before we begin the job of righting the wrongs in our own country?

    “It’s time we sang from the world’s rooftops,” said Kevin Rudd in opposition, “[that] despite Iraq, America is an overwhelming force for good in the world [and] I look forward to working with the great American democracy, the arsenal of freedom…”.

    Since the second world war, the arsenal of freedom has overthrown 50 governments, including democracies, and crushed some 30 liberation movements. Millions of people all over the world have been driven out of their homes and subjected to crippling embargos. Bombing is as American as apple pie.

    In his acceptance of the 2005 Nobel Prize for Literature, Harold Pinter asked this question: “Why is the systematic brutality, the widespread atrocities, the ruthless suppression of independent thought of Stalinist Russia well known in the West while American criminal actions never happened. Nothing ever happened. Even while it was happening it never happened. It didn’t matter. It was of no interest.”

    In Australia, we are trained to respect this censorship by omission. An invasion is not an invasion if “we” do it. Terror is not terror if “we” do it. A crime is not a crime if “we” commit it. It didn’t happen. Even while it was happening it didn’t happen. It didn’t matter. It was of no interest.

    In the arsenal of freedom we have two categories of victims. The innocent people killed in the Twin Towers were worthy victims. The innocent people killed by Nato bombers in Afghanistan are unworthy victims. Israelis are worthy. Palestinians are unworthy. It gets complicated. Kurds who rose against Saddam Hussein were worthy. But Kurds who rise against the Turkish regime are unworthy. Turkey is a member of Nato. They’re in the arsenal of freedom.

    The Rudd government justifies its proposals to spend billions on weapons by referring to what the Pentagon calls an “arc of instability” that stretches across the world. Our enemies are apparently everywhere – from China to the Horn of Africa. In fact, an arc of instability does indeed stretch across the world and is maintained by the United States. The US Air Force calls this “full spectrum dominance”. More than 800 American bases are ready for war.

    These bases protect a system that allows one per cent of humanity to control 40 per cent of wealth: a system that bails out just one bank with $180 billion – that’s enough to eliminate malnutrition in the world, and provide education for every child, and water and sanitation for all, and to reverse the spread of malaria. On September 11th, 2001, the United Nations reported that on that day 36,615 children had died from poverty. But that was not news.

    Journalists and politicians like to say the world changed as a result of the September 11th attacks. In fact, for those countries under attack by the arsenal of freedom, nothing has changed. What has changed is not news.

    According to the great whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg, a military coup has taken place in the United States, with the Pentagon now ascendant in every aspect of foreign policy.

    It doesn’t matter who is president – George Bush or Barack Obama. Indeed, Obama has stepped up Bush’s wars and started his own war in Pakistan. Like Bush, he is threatening Iran, a country Hillary Clinton said she was prepared to “annihilate”. Iran’s crime is its independence. Having thrown out America’s favourite dictator, the Shah, Iran is the only resource-rich Muslim country beyond American control. It doesn’t occupy anyone else’s land and hasn’t attacked any country – unlike Israel, which is nuclear-armed and dominates and divides the Middle East on America’s behalf.

    In Australia, we are not told this. It’s taboo. Instead, we dutifully celebrate the illusion of Obama, the global celebrity, the marketing dream. Like Calvin Klein, brand Obama offers the riske thrill of a new image attractive to liberal sensibilities, if not to the Afghan children he bombs. »

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  6. Vladivostok1919 Says:

    http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kevin#St.C3.A9r.C3.A9otype

  7. Vladivostok1919 Says:

    http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=123673&sectionid=3510203

    A former US Army specialist, who was part of the same unit that killed Iraqi civilians from a helicopter in 2007, says dehumanization is part of basic US army training.
    Steiber noted that he sang the following song together with other members of his unit:

    I went down to the market where all the women shop
    I took out my machete and I began to chop

    I went down to the park where all the children play
    I pulled out my machine gun and I began to spray

  8. Vladivostok1919 Says:

  9. Vladivostok1919 Says:

    http://www.upi.com/Business_News/Security-Industry/2010/04/23/China-opens-missile-plant-in-Iran/UPI-82791272037022/

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/us_and_americas/article7107179.ece

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/us_and_americas/article7106714.ece

    http://digitaljournal.com/article/291088

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/8642665.stm

    http://www.countercurrents.org/arguimbau230410.htm

  10. Vladivostok1919 Says:

    http://petrole.blog.lemonde.fr/2010/04/21/choc-petrolier-imminent-le-departement-de-lenergie-us-refuse-de-commenter-sa-propre-hypothese/#more-31

  11. Ethan Says:

    pauvre noire…)

  12. Vladivostok1919 Says:

    Suite et faim…
    http://inflation.us/foodinflationspiralingoutofcontrol.html

  13. Australian Says:

    Australia always favors immigration. Immigration, foreign student studies, tourism are the backbone of Australian economy.
    You may contact Australia migration agencies for migration.Australia can be a favorable destination for foeign immigrations who plan to settle in a peaceful and well-developed country.

  14. camyl Says:

    camyl87yahoo.com

    i think that the main point here is that no one respects no one therefore we enter into a country wo respecting its laws and by consequence they do not respect us. they must be tired of having a lot of people wo knowing it. dont you think we should stay in our countries and make here the best for our families and in case we leave or move respect where we are going. Ca est pour moi la seule chose qui peux changer un peu la maniere dans la quelle lespersones qui n’ont pas de papies peuvent vivre mieux

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