by Jeff Davis
It isn’t even necessary for individual states to pass immigration laws like Arizona’s SB 1070. All that’s necessary is state law enforcement with a spine somewhat stiffer than the consistency of a wet noodle. There are all sorts of ways around the federal government’s policies.
Fox News reports: “Virginia’s top prosecutor, after issuing a legal opinion that seemed to align his state with Arizona in the battle over local immigration enforcement, told Fox News on Monday that the two states’ policies aren’t a perfect match. Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli issued a legal opinion Friday saying state law enforcement officers are allowed to check the immigration status of anyone ’stopped or arrested.’ ‘It is my opinion that Virginia law enforcement officers, including conservation officers (read park rangers) may, like Arizona police officers, inquire into the immigration status of persons stopped or arrested,’ he wrote. But in an interview with Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren, Cuccinelli underscored that in Virginia pursuing immigration offenses is up to the officers — not required, as it is under Arizona’s controversial immigration law. A federal judge blocked Arizona from implementing that provision while the Obama administrations proceeds with its lawsuit seeking to strike down the Arizona law. The Obama administration argues that Arizona does not have the authority to enforce federal immigration laws on its own.” (more…)
August 5, 2010
John McCain: Amnesty Traitor
Filed under: Civil Rights — @ 10:23 am
With just a few weeks remaining will McCain be thrown out of office or will voters be fooled again?
by James Buchanan
Back in 2007, the two-party system tried to shove through through an Amnesty Bill for an estimated 20 million illegal aliens. There were violent screams of protest from voters all across America. Some Senators were getting literally several hundred phone calls opposing the bill for every phone call supporting it. The volume and intensity of the response shocked many in the Senate into choosing the wiser course of action for their own preservation and voting down the Amnesty Bill (which stood no chance at all in the House anyway). Still, 46 Senators voted for the Amnesty Bill, completely ignoring the will of the people.
The Senate has betrayed the American people many times before. They completely ignored the will of the people when it came to NAFTA and GATT. It’s a safe bet that every piece of legislation that’s been passed in the last 20 years betrays the interests of the American people in favor of special interests. The Amnesty Bill however was an ultimate betrayal which would have greatly accelerated the transformation of America into a Third World nation. Years of betrayal have apparently given rise to the Tea Party movement and most of the Tea Party supporters don’t want America turned into a northern province of Mexico. (more…)
August 4, 2010
Repeating the Mistakes of Ancient Egypt
Filed under: Civil Rights — @ 9:37 am
Diversity will destroy America just as it destroyed other nations before us.
by Ian Mosley
Liberals endlessly tell us that Diversity is good for us or that Diversity makes us stronger. In reality Diversity has been at best a problem and at worst the ruin of civilization as Third World races replace the White nation-builders.
Egypt was the first great civilization and endured for thousands of years. The early Pharaohs and Egyptians were White people who settled in present-day Egypt and started building the great pyramids, statues and temples that still stand today. The Egyptians expanded their empire and brought back Semites and Black slaves, the genetic poison that would eventually wipe out the nation-builders and reduce Egypt to a chaotic Third World nation that relies on ancient White ruins for its tourist industry.
Egypt isn’t the only example of a White nation destroyed by race-mixing. Along the eastern Mediterranean coast (in present-day Turkey, Syria and Lebanon) there were once White city states just as prosperous and advanced as the city-states of Greece. Thanks to centuries of race-mixing, the city-states of the eastern Mediterranean all fell into a permanent state of decline, never again to see the creativity and magnificence of a White past long gone.
Ever wonder what the future holds for America if the Democrats get their way and all immigration restrictions are scrapped? Well, let’s take a glimpse at the Third World to see what wonders await us. (more…)