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TheFixer1

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It's called LEGAL immigration, they can file their paperwork like everyone else has done, the LEGAL way and then can come back, all these characters are here illegally, anyone who comes here illegally and drops a new born, they and the new born need to be deported.
What do these people do not understand, illegal means illegal, we have laws in this country, they are for all, not for some.

I can not wait to get this communist out of office, I am voting for Maliotakis.
http://nypost.com/2017/09/04/bitter-de-blasio-thinks-there-should-be-a-parade-in-his-honor/amp/
 

mavrick

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Illegal immigration was fine when it was limited to white Europeans invading the continent and decimating the native population. How dare non-whites come over here the same way..
Yea right who do they think they are !
 

TheFixer1

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Illegal immigration was fine when it was limited to white Europeans invading the continent and decimating the native population. How dare non-whites come over here the same way..
If you don't like the laws of this country you are free to leave. Your metaphor makes no sense, there is a reason we have a process for people to migrate here, it's not a right, it's a privilege, as I said if you are not happy with the laws of the land you are free to leave. My family migrated to the US in 1981, it took us 3 years wait time, they wanted to make sure that when my parents came here they had work, and not come here for federal government assistance, with thorough background checks, once we came here, my parents went to work, no government handouts ever, which has become the norm nowadays thanks to the socialist leftists, the lefts concern is that they will lose some of their voter base.
 
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Suli_B

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If you don't like the laws of this country you are free to leave. Your metaphor makes no sense, there is a reason we have a process for people to migrate here, it's not a right, it's a privilege, as I said if you are not happy with the laws of the land you are free to leave.
My metaphor makes no sense because you want to turn a blind eye to the history of this country. And the laws of this country are ever changing, it's a change in regulations that is the topic of this thread. I don't need you to tell me what I'm free to do. I know my rights and I'll always speak up for others. I'll be with the law when it is applied evenly across the board. Right now it's just racial profiling with the brown people being deported while illegal immigrants who happen to be white are left alone.
 

Ecity

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If you don't like the laws of this country you are free to leave. Your metaphor makes no sense, there is a reason we have a process for people to migrate here, it's not a right, it's a privilege, as I said if you are not happy with the laws of the land you are free to leave.

Why you sound so angry ? As an Uber driver, I'm pretty sure you are feeling the heat cuz them illegal aliens are cutting you off day in and day out, I can kinda understand your frustration.

I can oppose anything I want, I can protest anything I don't like : I'm an American, I ain't going anywhere. Just because someone protest something they gotta leave? WTH is wrong with you ? No !!! you should leave cuz everyone is coming, ain't gonna stop now. Hurry up make your Uber money before driverless cars gets here (you wouldn't worry about immigrants then).
 
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mavrick

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God bless America ! All these immigrants destroyed their country now they come here to destroy America free medical free food free school ! The free ride will be over soon and these parasites will move on to the next free meal
 

Ecity

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free medical free food free school !

Please tell me how to become an immigrant or an illegal immigrant or whatever status that'll help me qualify for FREE MEDICAL, no worries that's all I need, I'll work for the rest.
 

Frankyfiggs

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The law is the law. If we let too many of the wrong folks in they will just make our country suck like their countries already do. People actually want to move to "white" countries here and in Europe, but nobody wants to go the other way.

And if the lame ass people have their way the US will be no better than the shithole these people want to leave.
 

bradleyf81

Member
Dam im just gonna keep quiet. We should be ashamed some of these illegals are doctors or lawyers and here we are working for pennies with Uber.

That's fine. They can go be lawyers and doctors in the countries they came from. They can start making their own countries awesome.

Illegal immigration was fine when it was limited to white Europeans invading the continent and decimating the native population. How dare non-whites come over here the same way..

The reason this doesn't make sense is that there was no immigration system in place during European colonization of the Americas. Also, colonization and immigration are not the same things. That's why there are different words to describe them. Immigration describes a legal process established by a unified state to process incoming people of other nationalities. There was no unified state in the Americas at the time that had a legal process for regulating the arrivals and integration of immigrants. There were colonists who came, saw, shat on the people who were here, and took whatever they wanted.

You also can't say what people are doing now is wrong because it was done a different way in the past. You know what else was done differently in the past? Judging people as subhuman based on the shape of their head and using it as a justification for slavery or annihilation. Should we go back to that because that's how it happened in the past? How about we disable all of the social programs FDR put in place ("The New Deal" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Deal) because we didn't have them before that and we should do things the same way they were done in the past? Does that make sense?

We have an immigration system now and it's in place for a reason. You can only have so many people in one country and if you're going to let more people in, it should be people that benefit the country professionally or because they're family members of citizens. You can't just keep adding more and more people to a country without bottoming it out like an old @@@@@.

Are there people who are illegally in the US that have worthwhile professions and can benefit the US? I don't doubt it, so they should apply for legal immigration or GTFO and make room for citizens with the same skillset to advance in that field.

Right now it's just racial profiling with the brown people being deported while illegal immigrants who happen to be white are left alone.

https://www.rt.com/usa/396057-european-deportation-ice/

"Not immune to President Donald Trump’s deportation policy, Europeans illegally in the US are being sent back overseas at an increasing rate. So far this year, around 1,300 have been deported.
The number of Europeans in the US illegally is currently on track to surpass last year’s deportation numbers. From January 1 to June 24 this year, some 1,300 Europeans were deported, nearly as many as the 2016 total of 1,450 deportations, according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the Associated Press reported."

Most recent DHS estimates of unlawful resident population: https://www.dhs.gov/sites/default/f...lation Estimates in the US January 2012_0.pdf

"An estimated 8.9 million (78 percent) of the total 11.4 million unauthorized immigrants living in the United States in 2012 were from North America, including Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central America (see Figure 2). The next leading regions of origin were Asia (1.3 million) and South America (0.7 million)."

If it seems like "brown people" are being overly targetted it's only because they are overly represented in the unlawful resident population and you're seeing what you want to see.

Take that minority victim / racial profiling nonsense and try it somewhere else.
 

TheFixer1

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That's fine. They can go be lawyers and doctors in the countries they came from. They can start making their own countries awesome.



The reason this doesn't make sense is that there was no immigration system in place during European colonization of the Americas. Also, colonization and immigration are not the same things. That's why there are different words to describe them. Immigration describes a legal process established by a unified state to process incoming people of other nationalities. There was no unified state in the Americas at the time that had a legal process for regulating the arrivals and integration of immigrants. There were colonists who came, saw, shat on the people who were here, and took whatever they wanted.

You also can't say what people are doing now is wrong because it was done a different way in the past. You know what else was done differently in the past? Judging people as subhuman based on the shape of their head and using it as a justification for slavery or annihilation. Should we go back to that because that's how it happened in the past? How about we disable all of the social programs FDR put in place ("The New Deal" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Deal) because we didn't have them before that and we should do things the same way they were done in the past? Does that make sense?

We have an immigration system now and it's in place for a reason. You can only have so many people in one country and if you're going to let more people in, it should be people that benefit the country professionally or because they're family members of citizens. You can't just keep adding more and more people to a country without bottoming it out like an old *****.

Are there people who are illegally in the US that have worthwhile professions and can benefit the US? I don't doubt it, so they should apply for legal immigration or GTFO and make room for citizens with the same skillset to advance in that field.



https://www.rt.com/usa/396057-european-deportation-ice/

"Not immune to President Donald Trump’s deportation policy, Europeans illegally in the US are being sent back overseas at an increasing rate. So far this year, around 1,300 have been deported.
The number of Europeans in the US illegally is currently on track to surpass last year’s deportation numbers. From January 1 to June 24 this year, some 1,300 Europeans were deported, nearly as many as the 2016 total of 1,450 deportations, according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the Associated Press reported."

Most recent DHS estimates of unlawful resident population: https://www.dhs.gov/sites/default/files/publications/Unauthorized Immigrant Population Estimates in the US January 2012_0.pdf

"An estimated 8.9 million (78 percent) of the total 11.4 million unauthorized immigrants living in the United States in 2012 were from North America, including Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central America (see Figure 2). The next leading regions of origin were Asia (1.3 million) and South America (0.7 million)."

If it seems like "brown people" are being overly targetted it's only because they are overly represented in the unlawful resident population and you're seeing what you want to see.

Take that minority victim / racial profiling nonsense and try it somewhere else.
The President is upholding our constitutional laws that are on the books, something the last Marxist President never did. This has nothing to do about race or color, the only reason the DemoNcratic/Socialist party is up in arms is because their voter base is getting deported, they only care about these dreamers because these dreamers vote for their Socialist policies. Why no outrage about the white genocide happening in Europe and South Africa.
 
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bigdreamslittlemoney

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The Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) is a non-profit research organization "that favors far lower immigration numbers and produces research to further those views."[4] Founded in 1985 as a spin-off from the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR),[5] the center's self-described mission is to provide immigration policymakers, the academic community, news media, and concerned citizens with reliable information about the social, economic, environmental, security, and fiscal consequences of legal and illegal immigration into the United States.[6]

Several reports published by the CIS have been disputed by scholars on immigration; a wide range of think tanks; fact-checkers such as PolitiFact, FactCheck.Org, Washington Post, Snopes, CNN and NBC News; and by immigration-research organizations. Critics have accused the CIS of extremist nativist views and for ties to white supremacy groups, which the CIS rejects.


https://www.splcenter.org/hatewatch...n-studies-want-you-believe-they’re-mainstream

Hate groups like Center for Immigration Studies want you to believe they’re mainstream

In the nearly 30 years since the Southern Poverty Law Center has been monitoring the American radical right we’ve seen a major shift in the nature of organized groups that specialize in vilifying certain people because of their race, ethnicity or other characteristic.

In the beginning, they were the usual suspects: Klan factions, neo-Nazi groups, black separatists, racist skinheads and the like.

We’re in a different world today. Hate has gone mainstream. Today, the purveyors of hate don’t always burn crosses or use racial slurs. They might wear suits and ties. They might have sophisticated public relations operations. They might even testify before Congress.

They’re also more likely to be animated by a nativist or white nationalist ideology that sees the “white race” as being under siege by immigrants of color across the Western world. Reflecting this trend, our annual list of hate groups has evolved to include more groups closely linked to white nationalism.

This year, for the first time, we listed the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), a nativist think tank that churns out a constant stream of fear-mongering misinformation about Latino immigrants. Predictably, the hate group designation provoked an attack by the group’s executive director, Mark Krikorian, whose March 17 commentary in The Washington Post accused the SPLC of conflating groups like the Klan with groups, like his, that “simply do not share” our political beliefs.

It’s understandable that Krikorian would recoil from being labeled a “hate group.” But the CIS has earned it – and not only because of statements by Krikorian, such as his suggestion after the devastating earthquake in Haiti that the country is so screwed up because it wasn’t colonized long enough.”

CIS is the brainchild of John Tanton, the father of the modern nativist movement, and part of a network of closely related anti-immigrant groups that Tanton founded. These groups have been responsible for much of the hysteria about immigrants that dominates conservative politics.

Tanton, a retired Michigan ophthalmologist, spent decades at the heart of the white nationalist movement. In addition to his flagship organization, the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), he founded and operated the Social Contract Press, which has published numerous overtly racist tracts, including the rancid novel Camp of the Saints.

Tanton’s worldview can be summed up in a letter he wrote to a friend in 1993: “I’ve come to the point of view that for European-American society and culture to persist requires a European-American majority, and a clear one at that.” It was a New York Times expose of Tanton’s history of working with racists and Holocaust deniers that finally forced him off the board of FAIR in 2011.

Krikorian doesn’t defend Tanton’s views but dismisses his involvement with CIS as “irrelevant.” But the fact is, CIS and FAIR are branches of the same family tree.

In a 1985 memo, Tanton describes establishing CIS as a project of FAIR, and the two groups shared board members for years.

But the association with Tanton was not enough to earn the hate group label. There’s more.

In recent years, CIS has routinely disseminated the works of white nationalist writers, including Jared Taylor of American Renaissance. Taylor has written that “[w]hen blacks are left entirely to their own devices, Western civilization – any kind of civilization – disappears.”

In January, CIS promoted an article by Kevin MacDonald, the anti-Semitic editor of the journal Occidental Quarterly, that first appeared on VDARE, a website run by white nationalist Peter Brimelow and named for Virginia Dare, supposedly the first white child born in the New World. In the article, MacDonald asks why “Jewish organizations” are promoting “the refugee invasion of Europe.”

In the past year, CIS also has circulated six articles from VDARE by John Derbyshire, who was fired from the conservative National Review after writing a racist essay.

In June 2016, CIS distributed an article from John Friend, a contributing editor of the anti-Semitic The Barnes Review, claiming that “so-called refugees are committing rape and other horrific crimes against European women and men in increasing numbers.” Friend once described the Holocaust as a “manufactured narrative, chock full of a wide variety of ridiculous claims and impossible events, all to advance the Jewish agenda of world domination and subjugation.”

Krikorian incredulously suggests that CIS’ promotion of white nationalists was merely an accident – that the group’s newsletters “occasionally included pieces by writers who turned out to be cranks.”

He does, however, defend the work of Jason Richwine, who now blogs and writes reports for CIS. Richwine resigned from the conservative Heritage Foundation after his Harvard dissertation asserting that Latino immigrants are less intelligent than “native whites” came to light. Richwine has also been a contributor to white nationalist leader Richard Spencer’s website Alternative Right.

Krikorian argues that our hate group list is intended to shut down debate about issues such as immigration. Again, not true. Our purpose is to help the public understand just who’s doing the talking.



https://www.splcenter.org/hatewatch/2017/03/23/hate-groups-center-immigration-studies-want-you-believe-they’re-mainstream
 

Attockpak1

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The President is upholding our constitutional laws that are on the books, something the last Marxist President never did. This has nothing to do about race or color, the only reason the DemoNcratic/Socialist party is up in arms is because their voter base is getting deported, they only care about these dreamers because these dreamers vote for their Socialist policies. Why no outrage about the white genocide happening in Europe and South Africa.
Just like drump upheld the law when he pardoned arpiao who violated court orders... and the guy who thinks these people destroyed their countries I'm pretty sure the world Bank and IMF strangled their economies by dictating how to spend the funds and limiting their uses knowing they would not be able to make interest payments do to biased loan terms.
 

ffran347

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That's fine. They can go be lawyers and doctors in the countries they came from. They can start making their own countries awesome.

But why tho? I have no problem with them making our economy better. Why do you? They are clearly not taking your job. Why the hate.

The reason this doesn't make sense is that there was no immigration system in place during European colonization of the Americas. Also, colonization and immigration are not the same things. That's why there are different words to describe them. Immigration describes a legal process established by a unified state to process incoming people of other nationalities. There was no unified state in the Americas at the time that had a legal process for regulating the arrivals and integration of immigrants. There were colonists who came, saw, shat on the people who were here, and took whatever they wanted.

You also can't say what people are doing now is wrong because it was done a different way in the past. You know what else was done differently in the past? Judging people as subhuman based on the shape of their head and using it as a justification for slavery or annihilation. Should we go back to that because that's how it happened in the past? How about we disable all of the social programs FDR put in place ("The New Deal" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Deal) because we didn't have them before that and we should do things the same way they were done in the past? Does that make sense?

We have an immigration system now and it's in place for a reason. You can only have so many people in one country and if you're going to let more people in, it should be people that benefit the country professionally or because they're family members of citizens. You can't just keep adding more and more people to a country without bottoming it out like an old *****.

Are there people who are illegally in the US that have worthwhile professions and can benefit the US? I don't doubt it, so they should apply for legal immigration or GTFO and make room for citizens with the same skillset to advance in that field.



https://www.rt.com/usa/396057-european-deportation-ice/

"Not immune to President Donald Trump’s deportation policy, Europeans illegally in the US are being sent back overseas at an increasing rate. So far this year, around 1,300 have been deported.
The number of Europeans in the US illegally is currently on track to surpass last year’s deportation numbers. From January 1 to June 24 this year, some 1,300 Europeans were deported, nearly as many as the 2016 total of 1,450 deportations, according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the Associated Press reported."

Most recent DHS estimates of unlawful resident population: https://www.dhs.gov/sites/default/files/publications/Unauthorized Immigrant Population Estimates in the US January 2012_0.pdf

"An estimated 8.9 million (78 percent) of the total 11.4 million unauthorized immigrants living in the United States in 2012 were from North America, including Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central America (see Figure 2). The next leading regions of origin were Asia (1.3 million) and South America (0.7 million)."

If it seems like "brown people" are being overly targetted it's only because they are overly represented in the unlawful resident population and you're seeing what you want to see.

Take that minority victim / racial profiling nonsense and try it somewhere else.
 

bradleyf81

Member
The President is upholding our constitutional laws that are on the books, something the last Marxist President never did. This has nothing to do about race or color, the only reason the DemoNcratic/Socialist party is up in arms is because their voter base is getting deported, they only care about these dreamers because these dreamers vote for their Socialist policies. Why no outrage about the white genocide happening in Europe and South Africa.

Let's not veer into absurdity.

1) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_Marx

"Employing a critical approach known as historical materialism, Marx predicted that, like previous socioeconomic systems, capitalism produced internal tensions which would lead to its self-destruction and replacement by a new system: socialism. For Marx, class antagonisms under capitalism, owing in part to its instability and crisis-prone nature, would eventuate the working class' development of class consciousness, leading to their conquest of political power and eventually the establishment of a classless, communist society constituted by a free association of producers.[9] Marx actively fought for its implementation, arguing that the working class should carry out organised revolutionary action to topple capitalism and bring about socio-economic emancipation.[10]"

If Obama were a Marxist, he would have taken a hands off approach. Marxist revolution can't be forced from the top down. It happens organically, through class struggle and class consciousness and is a bottom up revolution.

2) Beneficiaries of DACA can not vote because they are not registered to vote because people who are not citizens can not vote. People who are eligible for deportation are not citizens and hence are ineligible to vote.

People who are in the country illegally can not vote.

The voter base for Democrats are not people who are in the US illegally because they literally can not cast a vote because they are not registered to vote.

Not sure how much more clearly that can be stated.

3) There is no "white genocide" happening in Europe or South Africa. If you're not familiar with what genocide is (and you clearly aren't), you should watch this documentary on the Rwanda genocide:


Or this one on Bosnian Muslims:


Or this one on Europe's Jews:


I'm not aware of thousands or hundreds of thousands of Europeans in Europe or South Africa being rounded up and systematically slaughtered.
 
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