Thursday, April 24, 2014

Should illegal alien invaders be deported? (Duh!)

An article recently appearing in the local U-T San Diego highlighted the latest policy change supposedly being considered by the Obama administration. Here are the basics:

A policy change reportedly being considered by the Obama administration strikes at a key element of the debate over immigration: Should the United States deport people for entering the country illegally?

The Department of Homeland Security may halt the deportation of people who have re-entered the country after they have been deported previously, and those who are fugitives from immigration proceedings, according to The Associated Press, which first reported the story this week. Tens of thousands of people stand to be affected.

Those who support stricter border enforcement call the proposed change a carte blanche for people to enter illegally and settle in the United States without repercussions.

“Essentially, the message would be that there is going to be no enforcement of our immigration laws unless there’s some sort of really serious violent criminal,” said Ira Mehlman, spokesman for the Federation for American Immigration Reform, a national group that opposes illegal immigration and favors curbing legal immigration. [...]
What the traitorous Obama administration is contemplating is whether or not to actually enforce the rule of law in the United States, at least as it relates to our nation's immigration policies. According to the article, various "immigration rights" groups and others seeking the destruction of the United States of America lobbied the Obama administration to stop enforcing immigration law in America, but they want even more: amnesty and citizenship for the millions of individuals who have illegally invaded this country:
“The fact that he’s finally doing something in his last term is good,” said Angel Godinez, an activist who supports a path to citizenship for the nation’s more than 11 million unauthorized immigrants. “But it’s still not enough.”

This change would fall under a broader review of deportation policy and practices recently ordered by Obama in an effort to make border enforcement and deportation policy what he called “more humane.” Both sides agree that the potential change reflects the administration’s willingness to support the goals of immigration and human rights advocates over those who prefer stricter border enforcement, whether because of congruent views or mounting pressure from pro-immigration groups. [...]

Cesar Luna, an immigration attorney in San Diego, said the change would provide “a breather” to undocumented residents, while the country finds a path forward on immigration policy. “It would give them some temporary stability,” Luna said.

Only deporting criminals would have two effects: it would free up resources among legal, border enforcement and other agencies, and it would allow people living in the shadows to file taxes, hold jobs and otherwise participate openly in society, he said.

Godinez, the immigration activist, spoke about the way such a change would impact San Diego’s undocumented immigrants, many of whom are earning low wages, live in fear of checkpoints and deportations, and who are making sacrifices for their children, Godinez said.

“If this law passes, they’re not going to have anything to worry about anymore,” she said. “It’s going to save a lot of worry and a lot of frustration for those families. All they want to do is go to work, come home, and support their families.”

Godinez added that the vast majority “are not here to commit crimes,” but live in fear of prosecution because “every time they step out of their house, they are at risk.” [...]

Christian Ramirez, director of the Southern Border Communities Coalition, said the changes are a response to pressure placed on Obama. In a letter to Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson dated April 14, a group of human rights, legal and border groups wrote a series of policy recommendations.

“We believe the current status quo has reached a crisis and is unacceptable. More than 1,000 immigrants are separated from their families and communities each day because of deportations,” the letter states.

It concludes with about six pages of recommendations for deportations, civil rights, racial profiling and border enforcement.

“At the end of the day, it has to be more than just a symbolic gesture,” Ramirez said of the change. “It has to be a very well defined message … that the Obama administration is not going to deport people in mass like it has been doing for the past six years.”
By allowing criminals who broke the law by invading and occupying this country illegally to continue to reside here, even after they have been discovered to be illegal, is basically rewarding criminal behavior. Try invading and occupying Mexico, or China, or Israel and see how "humane" they treat you when operatives of those governments enforce their nation's immigration laws and policies. The "immigration rights" activists are demanding that the United States give up it's sovereignty (what little is left of it anyway), open it's borders to everyone, and grant citizenship to anyone who shows up.

This entire situation is maddening - the people who have illegally invaded America have somehow managed to acquire enough political power that they are now dictating to the federal government what policies it should be implementing. The people who broke the law are now saying, "Yeah, we are criminals, but you have to let us stay here because we mean well and we're just trying to help our families. Deporting us would be inhumane and against our human rights. We must have citizenship and be rewarded for our criminal behavior and abandonment of our home countries."

If you show up at your residence one day after work, and someone (or an entire family) decided to break in and live in your house, what would you do? Would you say, "Oh well, they are probably poor, they don't mean any harm, and they are just trying to get ahead in life, so I'll let them occupy and take over my house."

The scenario is absurd. If an individual enters the United States illegally, or occupies your house illegally, of course they should be deported and removed. Virtually everyone who participated in the poll posted on the U-T San Diego website agreed. Also, be sure to read the comments both on the article linked above and on the poll.

Our country is literally being invaded by millions of poor, mostly unskilled people who do not speak our language, share our political and cultural traditions, look and act nothing like the great people who founded and built this nation, and have nothing to offer this country, aside from cheap labor for large, nation-wrecking multinational corporations and other exploitative, unscrupulous business owners. That is the straight truth.

Why is it that traditionally White Western European and European-derived countries are the only ones being flooded with massive numbers of non-White immigrants, both legal and illegal? Why are we supposed to accept this, and pretend "diversity" and multiculturalism are good things, when in reality we all know it sucks?

Oh yeah, according to the Jews and the anti-White political, economic, media, and cultural establishment, there can be no White countries. That is the anti-White proposition - and it's absolutely unacceptable.

Asia for the Asians. Africa for the Africans. Mexico for the Mexicans. Israel for the Jews. Britain, America, Canada, Australia, Germany, France, Italy, Sweden, etc. for everyone - and I do mean everyone, from every corner of the globe. "Diversity", multiculturalism, massive non-White immigration into White countries, and all the other anti-White political, academic, and cultural policies enforced by the state and anti-White establishment represent a Jewish instigated scheme designed to systematically displace and replace traditionally White Western European and European-derived countries, which will ultimately result in White genocide. Think about it folks.


  1. Illegals, yet another violation of our rights. The gov’t constantly violates our rights.

    They violate the 1st Amendment by caging protesters and banning books like "America Deceived II".

    They violate the 4th and 5th Amendment by allowing TSA to grope you.

    They violate the entire Constitution by starting undeclared wars.

    Impeach Obama.

    Last link of "America Deceived II" before it is completely banned:

  2. by JB Campbell- fantastic analysis:

  3. ...eventually the language must be purified....

    if it were not for {Israelite} WHITE MEN - "JEW" worshipping,
    the Jewish agenda would still be
    in the pit of JEWTOPIA....which is Hell....
    THE CULT COMPOUND of the Stool Sculpture "DEITY" cult...!!

    "JEW" worshipping is FREEMASONRY...& Talmudvision....!



  4. I wish someone would change that Anti Racist Dictionary Graph because it makes us look kind of stupid (maybe that is the point?). Muslim is not a race, so it should read Arabia for Arabs. How can racially aware people confuse a religion with a race?

  5. Yep ... and the invaders' cheerleaders should be stripped of their citizenship, property rights and legal protections against aggression.

    We need to make that threat too, to remind fence-sitters of their responsibilities and loyalties and to show moral seriousness. We will reciprocate against those who deny our rights and threaten our property - if you don't want it done to you, don't do it to us first.

  6. "The Immigration Scam"- by Harry Browne

    President Bush has re-aroused the long-simmering arguments about immigration with a proposal to grant amnesty to some illegal immigrants.

    Arguments about immigration will always be with us. But it’s important to understand that the real issue isn’t freedom for immigrants – it’s your freedom.

    Immigrants will continue to stream into this country, legally or illegally, so long as there’s a Welcome Wagon waiting at the border – offering free education, free health care, free welfare and a free lunch. We need to put the Welcome Wagon out of business, so only people looking for freedom will want to come here.

    Until then, no law, no policy, no border patrol will stop the flood of illegals.

    Whose freedom is at stake?

    Meanwhile, new laws to limit immigration will affect you considerably. You may think those laws will keep America pure, but they will succeed only in taking more of your liberty.

    Think about it. How will the government root out people who are in this country illegally? By checking their papers, of course.

    But how do they know whose papers to check? They don’t. So they’ll have to check everyone’s papers – including yours.

    That means more invasions of your privacy, higher taxes, more corruption in law enforcement. The police will be allowed to stop you at will and ask for your identity card – and to search your property without a warrant, checking your car or home to see if you’re harboring illegals. Your employer will have to take more of the money available for wages and divert it to filling out forms and complying with bureaucratic inspections. The red tape also will add to the prices of the things you buy.

    And all the while...." [for rest of article, go here :

    Original source :

    Regards, obf.
    The Freedom Network:

    1. Invasion is a freedom issue long before libertarians like obf chose to get interested because libertarianism is freedom for Big Jews not for you. You're not allowed to be interested in your race or nation but you do are encouraged to fret about your bank balance, and so can be controlled that way.

  7. Nick Dean said : "Invasion is a freedom issue long before libertarians like obf chose to get interested because libertarianism is freedom for Big Jews not for you. "

    And yet, I am free and I'm not Jewish :-)

    Regards, obf
    The Freedom Network:


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