I’ve been exposing the radical ethnic tribalism that infuses the illegal alien student DREAM Act movement for years (see here for my most recent refresher course).
Anyone who has been to a college campus and interacted with these narcissistic multi-culti activists knows that the American flag-waving act is a cynical crock of you-know-what.
Fresh from the pro-DREAM Act movement’s own YouTube site, here’s UCLA open-borders professor Kent Wong regurgitating standard leftist grievances/social justice claptrap against America and urging the DREAM Act yoots to become the next generation of lawyers (ugh), teachers (ugh), and politicians replacing those “old white guys.”
Watch ’til the end for the glee with which his race-baiting is met:
This is the “best and brightest” the open-borders lobby has to offer.
NO THANK YOU.
I repeat: “Giving a blanket pass to untold numbers of DREAM Act agitators isn’t merely about allowing ‘innocent young people’ to share their bountiful ‘talents’ with America. It’s about feeding the anti-American multicultural beast…We have enough homegrown, anti-assimilation multicultural rot. We don’t need the DREAM Act to subsidize and encourage any more of it.”
More about UCLA open-borders prof Kent Wong:
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Kent Wong is Director of the Center for Labor Research and Education at UCLA, where he teaches Labor Studies and Asian American Studies.
Kent served as the Founding President of the Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, AFL-CIO, the first national organization of Asian union members and workers. He previously was staff attorney for the Service Employees International Union, #660, representing Los Angeles County workers. Kent also worked as the first staff attorney for the Asian Pacific American Legal Center of Southern California, where he developed programs to serve the needs of Asian American workers.
From 2000 – 2002, Kent served as the President of the United Association for Labor Education, a national organization of labor educators from unions and universities. He also serves on the Executive Committee of the International Federation of Worker Education Associations. Kent has been actively developing international labor exchange programs in the Pacific Rim with China, Japan, Vietnam, and Korea.
Kent regularly addresses labor, community, civil rights, university and student conferences throughout the country. He writes extensively on labor issues, and co-edited a book entitled Teaching for Change: Popular Education and the Labor Movement. He has published two other books: Voices for Justice: Asian Pacific American Organizers and the New American Labor Movement, which has been translated into Chinese and Japanese, and Voices from the Front Lines: Organizing Immigrant Workers in Los Angeles, a bilingual English-Spanish publication that is now in its second printing.
Kent Wong is married to Jai Lee Wong, and they have two sons.
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