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Author:S. Watson posted by jc
email: jc@rugkazbah.com
Sat, Jun 16th, 2007 05:42:23 PM
Topic: It's Really Not About Immigration, Stupid

(ed. The immigration bill, which RK considers to be grossly misnamed as REAL ID, open the flood-gates to more illegals or any one of many other monikers would surely be more descriptive, is like the bad penny – it just won’t go away.

Have any of you thought Why?

Let RK clue you in with one sentence: Because it is part and parcel of the plans to destroy America, its freedoms and wealth and replace it with a ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT.

Think we are joshing or being alarmist?

Wrong again as there are many, many signs of what is in store.

Plus almost every Democrat and Republican in Congress is behind this plan- directly or indirectly. We now have signs, this bill included, that we have a 1 party system as the Democrats and Republicans are like two peas in a pod.

Do some reading and study but make sure you don’t look to mainstream media because they, too, have been co-opted and are 100% behind this end-run around the Constitution, Bill of Rights and everything our Republic is supposed to stand for.

Plans for the NAU(North American Union), the Amero(a currency to replace the US/Canadian dollars and the Mexican Peso), the pan-US highway connecting Mexico with Canada and a host of others are not only ideas in some people’s imagination but already have been, in parts, legislated!

This is serious business and EVERY AMERICAN should be concerned and actively opposed to the coming loss of sovereignty our Republic faces.

Again, think we are joking or alarmist? Wish we were…..wake up now and learn before it is too late.)

Playing Dead: Amnesty Bill Miraculously Back From The Grave AGAIN
Plan to legalize millions of illegal aliens never went away
Steve Watson

The corporate mainstream media is working itself into a frenzy over the "revival" of the Amnesty bill as Senate leaders have announced that the legislation is to be brought back to the floor some time next week.

You cannot revive something that has never been dead.

No matter how many times Bill O'Reilly and Fox tell us the bill has "gone down" it never does.

The bill has been reintroduced three times in the last month. The government has been pushing this twice a year for last six years. This is not a "second chance" for the immigration bill as the media is stating, this is the bill's 14th or 15th chance. We are continually being told that it is being brought back and killed off to the point where the majority of Americans are worn down into complete apathy.

Before lobbying Congress personally this week, President Bush announced that he is "sure" that the amnesty immigration bill is going to pass:
"I'm going to work with those who are focused on getting an immigration bill done and start taking some steps forward again. I believe we can get it done. I'll see you at the bill signing." Bush insisted.

Bush then emerged from a midday meeting with Republican senators on Capitol Hill to declare, "We've got to convince the American people this bill is the best way to enforce our border."

This quote is key, the people need to be "convinced" because the fact is that leaving the border wide open and allowing mass amnesty along with chain migration is the absolute opposite of enforcing the border.

CNN's Lou Dobbs who has railed against the amnesty bill and the emerging north American union today hit the nail on the head in his column when he said:

No, Mr. President, someone you trust and respect must convince you that kind of tortured reasoning should never be exposed before cameras and microphones. Isn't there anyone in this administration with the guts to say, "Give it a rest, Mr. President?

In what other country would citizens be treated to the spectacle of the president and the Senate focusing on the desires of 12 million to 20 million people who had crossed the nation's borders illegally, committed document fraud, and in many cases identity theft, overstayed their visas and demanded, not asked, full forgiveness for their trespasses?

Illegal aliens and their advocates, both liberal and conservative, possess such an overwhelming sense of entitlement that they demand not only legal status, but also that the government leave the borders wide open so that other illegals could follow as well, while offering not so much as an "I'm sorry" or a "Thank you."

As the Senate is announcing the reintroduction of the bill we are receiving with emails telling us we are wrong or intentionally misleading readers by warning that the bill has not gone away!

As the cover of Time Magazine announces that amnesty makes sense, we are being criticized for calling the immigration "reform" an amnesty.

The indefinitely renewable "Z visas" that form the core of the legislation not only legalize immigrants already in America but pave the way for their extended family to join them. Once those family members become resident they too will be able to bring in their extended families and so on. In what sense can this be considered NOT to be an amnesty?

In addition to this the bill was drafted in total secrecy with the help of liberal think tanks and Latino national interest groups such as the National Council of La Raza and the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, which as the Washington Post reported now have virtual veto power in the immigration debate. Some of these groups are notoriously racist and have openly called for revolution.

The latest "revival" sees a new measure to "ensure funding for tighter border security measures".

The fact that this measure has had to be inserted goes to show that there is little faith in the intention to secure the border.

Furthermore Bush has said that the $4.4bn in immediate additional funding for securing the borders and enforcing the law will come from fines collected from illegals caught entering the US.

There you have an admission that the funding to secure the border will come from the border remaining wide open!

Before the bill "died" its advocates claimed that before the immigrant-rights measures could go into effect, the government would have to deploy 18,000 new Border Patrol agents and four unmanned aerial vehicles; build 200 miles of vehicle barriers, 370 miles of fencing, and 70 ground-based radar and camera towers; provide funds for the detention of 27,500 illegal immigrants a day; and complete new identification tools to help employers screen out illegal job applicants.

Given that the government has not been able to build a simple fence in six years how is it going to be able to achieve all this within eighteen months? We have also seen in the past how "immigration control efforts" such as Real ID, boosting troops on the borders and building fences are simply smoke and mirrors behind which lie methods of control, outrageous elitist profiteering and the destruction of freedom.

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