When and how have humans degenerated to the point where not only have we lost the sense of shame for doing wrong, some get on a moral high-horse and seek revenge?
In the case of Mexicans entering and staying in the United States without our government’s permission, they are CRIMINALS who violate U.S. immigration laws, which is why the U.S. government calls them ILLEGAL aliens — a correct descriptive term. But the Left deem “illegal aliens” politically incorrect. And so, the MSM no longer call CRIMINALS who cross our borders “illegal aliens,” opting — in lock step — for the Orwellian Newspeak “undocumented immigrants”.
In August 2015, California governor Jerry Brown even signed into law SB 432, which removes from the state’s labor code the word “alien” in reference to illegal aliens.
Huffing and puffing with faux righteous indignation, State Sen. Tony Mendoza (D), chair of the California state Senate Committee on Labor and Industrial Relations who had introduced SB 432 in February, said it’s “outdated and derogatory” to refer to those who illegally cross U.S. borders as “aliens,” which is why that word must be expunged from the state’s Labor Code.
Having expunged the word “alien” from California’s Labor Code, Mendoza furthermore said illegals shouldn’t be barred from employment:
“The word ‘alien’ and any law prescribing an order for the issuance of employment to ‘aliens’ have no place in the laws of our state and more importantly, should never be the basis for any employment hiring.”
Mexican lawyer Antonio Battaglia is another unrepentant, vengeful wrongdoer.
Madeleine Weast reports for The Washington Free Beacon, May 30, 2017, that Antonio Battaglia, a lawyer in Guanajuato, Mexico, plans to to sell toilet paper imprinted with a cartoon image of President Trump.
A prototype has been created and the brand name “Trump Paper” was trademarked at the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property in 2015, a few months after Trump declared his candidacy.
The Trump toilet paper will be distributed throughout Mexico’s grocery stores and markets later this year.The project will cost around $26,606, or 400,000 pesos.
Battaglia larded his vengeful project with faux righteousness, saying a portion of proceeds will be donated to “migrant” aide organizations that help those who have been deported back to Mexico. He said he came up with the idea while he was looking for a way to make a “positive” impact. “Trump Paper was the fruit of Battaglia’s desire to produce an inexpensive, long-lasting product that would enable people to fight back with their wallets,” Adweek reported. Battaglia insists that “Generating business is secondary for me. What I want is for it to be useful to support migrants and victims of deportation. At the outset, I hope to allocate 30 percent of the profit to organizations in Guanajuato.”
Here’s an idea: Antonio Battaglia Toilet Paper!
There are online custom toilet paper businesses that will create an Antonio Battaglia toilet paper. Click here.
Antonio Battaglia’s Facebook page here.