I would like to introduce OD readers and the Alternative Right community to the highly effective activism of a Southern and Georgia-based immigration patriot, D.A. King. He is arguably the most effective immigration patriot activist in the South.
His success is do to very hard, personal work and focus – he picks one issue – bad immigration, illegal immigration – and he uses effective, time tested propaganda, advertising, and lobbying. He gets things done, plays to win and wins.
Those who are our side in the South and other regions need to step up and follow D.A. King’s example and become effective activists in their local area:
Here are some surprisingly fair comments about Mr. King from the New York Times:
“ATLANTA — He says the United States is filling up with immigrants who do not respect the law or the American way of life. He refers to Latino groups as “the tribalists,” saying they seek to impose a divisive ethnic agenda. Of his many adversaries, he says: “The illegal alien lobby never changes. It’s the Wall Street wing of the Republican Party joining forces with the Chamber of Commerce, the far left and the Democrats in an effort to expand cheap labor and increase voting for the Democratic Party.”…
“D. A. King, who quit his job as an insurance agent a decade ago to wage a full-time campaign against illegal immigration in Georgia, is one reason this state rivals Arizona for the toughest legal crackdown in the country. With his Southern manners and seersucker jackets, he works the halls of the gold-domed statehouse, familiar to all, polite and uncompromising. ”
“Mr. King says his wrath grew slowly, beginning in the 1990s with a feud with Mexican neighbors who disrupted the quiet of his leafy street. In Mr. King’s account, they parked fleets of run-down vehicles on their lawn and at one point housed 22 people in a jerry-built warren of rental rooms in the basement. ”
“In Georgia, Mr. King has not been afraid to take on many adversaries, including the farmers and growers, business organizations, labor unions and Latinos. A big-shouldered former Marine, he often shows up with his own placards at rallies called by his opponents — just to let them know he is watching. …”