Definition:
NATIONAL ORIGIN DISCRIMINATION
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          National Origin Discrimination, according to the U.S. EEOC on 10/26/99, means that illegal aliens and undocumented immigrants are entitled to EEOC protections against workplace discrimination.

          The head of the EEOC, Ida L. Castro's, likes to use National Origin Discrimination to describe a wide variety of evils, including especially mistreatment of illegal immigrants in this country.   That's correct: EEOC now officially defends illegal aliens.  Furthermore, EEOC refuses to supply the names of illegal aliens to the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service.

          Imagine that!  A large, powerful, tax-funded U.S. agency defending the rights of illegal immigrants who don't pay taxes, who don't vote, and who are criminals under Immigration Law. 

          National Origin Discrimination can also be used to prosecute unreasonable employers who insist that their employees speak English.

(See news coverage:  EEOC Defends Illegal Aliens)
(See also:  Who IS Ida L. Castro?)

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