Sunday, June 9, 2024

‘Dreamers’ Amnesty Lobby Demands Ceasefire for Hamas

AP Photo/Khalil Hamra
An establishment-funded amnesty group is calling for a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip that would save Hamas from being destroyed by Israel after Hamas murdered more than 1,000 men, women, and children in October 2023.
“We need an immediate and permanent cease fire and an END to the genocide!” said a May 29 tweet from United We Dream (UWD), an amnesty group founded in 2011 by pro-migration lawyers and unions.
The group ignored Hamas’s murderous attacks in October as it claimed:
But the group’s embrace of Hamas’s politics spotlights the importation of political extremism — and often antisemitic views — into the United States. Those radical politics have spread through many progressive-funded migration groups, much to the shock of many Americans — especially supporters of Israel.
One result is growing donor support for President Donald Trump’s combative 2024 campaign.
UWD was created in 2008 and adopted in 2011 by radical lawyers and officials at the Service Employees International Union. They used it to inflate left-wing sympathy for the population of youths and children who were illegally imported into the United States by illegal migrant parents.
This bloc of younger migrants was quickly championed by President Barack Obama in 2012 when he offered work permits to roughly 800,000 younger illegals in his legally unfounded “Deferred Amnesty for Child Arrivals” (DACA) program.
Since then, Democrats have touted the DACA population to shape public opinion as they try to win voting rights for illegal migrants. For example, the UWD website declares:
We demand citizenship for all 11 million undocumented immigrants that does not grow the deportation force of ICE, CBP. … We demand a moratorium on enforcement, the release of immigrants held in ICE and CBP detention camps and their closure; and the right of people to come home who have been deported.
The UWD group has gotten extensive and favorable coverage from establishment media outlets, despite its limited public reach.
It has also won many establishment donors, including the Ford Foundation, Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. In 2022, for example, the group received $13.1 million in funds and claimed 84 employees.
The group has worked with many other activist groups and with establishment lobbies to deliver colorful crowds for camera-ready demonstrations in favor of more migration.
In turn, many DACA migrants and UWD activists have quietly won legal status via loopholes in migration law. --->LOTS MORE HERE
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