Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Full Disclosure Network Exposes the Racists "Pro-Immigrant" Agenda

Our own Brook Young from Immigration Watchdog gives a very good interview for Full Disclosure Network. Follow the Title Link to view the very good video on Full Disclosure Network.


INSIDE THE BOYCOTT: LEGITIMATE or RACIST?
Internet exclusive: On Full Disclosure® Video News Blog
Video Blog Time: 10:33 mins.
Release Date: April 29, 2006


Los Angeles, CA. In anticipation of the May 1st boycott by undocumented immigrants and their sympathizers, the Full Disclosure Network® is releasing a ten-minute video news blog revealing the behind the scenes tactics and preparations. The video contains exclusive footage and a interview with MAPA President Nativo Lopez, immigrant rights organizer who describes the boycott activities along with Brook Young, a documentary film-maker whose website features very controversial audio messages including one from Professor Jose Angel Gutierrez (entire transcript) of the University of Texas attempting to incite students to protest American immigration policies.

Also featured in the video is California Senator Dick Mountjoy (ret) who was legislative author of the California Proposition 187 to ban public benefits to illegal immigrants. This video is available for viewing as a public service, 24.7 courtesy of the Full Disclosure Network®.

This Full Disclosure® video new s blog features various protester signs and messages and pictures of which feature communist agitator Che Gueverra and socialist slogans in pictures taken by Brook Young. Exclusive Full Disclosure® video coverage of the April 2006 Costa Mesa demonstration includes Teamster Union Officials who rally the immigrant crowd to stirring chants, waiving flags, including Teamster Official Patrick Kelly who was a speaker on the platform, urging undocumented aliens to become citizens.

Moderated by Leslie Dutton, the Full Disclosure® video news blogs are produced by the independent public affairs television program of the same name and billed as "the news behind the news". Featured on 43 cable systems and the worldwide Internet website www.fulldisclosure.net, in 2002 the program was presented with a public affairs Emmy Award from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences entitled "L.A.'s War Against Terrorism". Channels and airtimes can be found on the website.

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