Thursday, September 3, 2015

Jorge Ramos: The Third Worlds Agent for Invasion

Jorge Ramos of Univision is an outspoken advocate for illegal alien rights.  He believes the U.S. should surrender its sovereignty by having an open border policy.  One must ask what kind of an American citizen would welcome a third world invasion.  I’ll tell you, a person with dual citizenship.

Jorge Ramos is a citizen of both the United States and Mexico.  That is a conflict of interest.  Mind you, Mexico doesn’t allow dual citizenship within their borders.  They don’t allow illegal immigration, period.  But that doesn’t stop Mexico and their agents from lecturing the U.S. on our illegal alien problem.  As a matter of fact, Mexican politicians campaign within our borders.  Mexicans with dual citizenship vote in both countries elections.  Jorge Ramos openly bragged about this “privilege.”

I’ve never ceased to be Mexican. I have two passports, and I vote in elections in both countries. I’m deeply proud of this privileged duality. The best thing about America is its embrace of diversity.

The worst thing about America, of course, is the racist and xenophobic attitudes that tend to emerge now and then — Arizona’s anti-immigrant laws, for example. I hope that one day soon Americans will treat all immigrants, including the 11 million undocumented residents already living in the United States, with the same largess that I experienced when I arrived here.

He never ceased to be Mexican.  That kind of attitude is dangerous particularly when one country borders another and especially when a quarter of that country’s population resides in the other.  Americans are seeing foreigners openly campaign on our soil.  The Center for Immigration Studies reported the following:

Up until 2005 the numbers have not been as high as the Mexican government study scenario envisioned. However, part of the reason for this is that Mexican nationals had to return to Mexico in order to vote. No more. In June 2005, the Mexican government passed a law allowing absentee voting for its nationals abroad.11 A few days later a story in the New Times carried the headline "Mexican Expatriates in U.S. Cheer Vote Law."12 There is no doubt that the United States has and will become more of a campaign arena for foreign governments.

Because the election process also involves extensive campaigning, this too is a means of reinforcing and cementing immigrant ties to "home" countries. The Washington Post wrote, "Eager to reach their countrymen living in the United States, Mexico's two main opposition presidential candidates are barnstorming through Southern California as if it were Mexico's 32nd state."13 It is increasingly the case that the candidates of other countries actively campaign in the United States for financial and other kinds of support. When Vicente Fox campaigned for the Mexican presidency, he campaigned in Mexican communities in the United States.14 In 2000, Francisco Labastida, presidential candidate of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), appeared on the Washington Post'sLive Online, an Internet Q&A, to campaign among his countrymen in the United States.15

The question remains, who authorized dual citizenship?  The U.S. Constitution specifically states that only Congress has the authority to set rules for immigration and naturalization.  Did our elected officials betray the American people with this idiotic policy?  The answer is no!

The Supreme Court, once again, took it upon itself, while completely disregarding the U.S. Constitution, to grant dual citizenship with the landmark ruling Afroyim v. Rusk.  And what vehicle did this august body use to impose their will upon the American people?  Why the 14th Amendment of course.

The Supreme Court has enabled this third world invasion with a series of rulings using the 14th Amendment such as birthright citizenship with the Wong Kim Ark ruling in 1898 and forcing communities to educate illegal alien children with another landmark ruling Plyler v. Doe in 1982.

If the United States is to remain a sovereign nation and adhere to a constitutional form of government, we must deal with the federal judiciary and their rogue vehicle, the 14th Amendment.


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