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Old 05-26-2009, 10:56 PM
 
Location: Prepperland
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Though it's not often raised, there is an underlying issue that must be considered. Without consideration, "illegal immigration" is often improperly argued.

There is a biological battle ongoing. The winners are the descendants of the current generation. The prize is the land, itself. Any population that grows so fast that it cannot support itself on its own native soil, will migrate to another. If that other location is already occupied, the immigrants may be allowed or prevented from entering.

Though many supporters of non-citizen / non-native people hiding in America assert that all they want is a "better life for their children", few ask the question: "at what cost to OUR OWN CHILDREN'S CHILDREN?"

If you don't think that "illegal immigration" has lasting affects on the identity of the posterity, ask the American Indians about their experience with European "illegals" starting in the 15th century.

"To the winner, belongs the soil...."
(misquoting)

Remember, dirt is the "means of production" for food. And if you wish to harmlessly support your "right to life", it all starts with the land. And if you and your children surrender control (individual and political) over your land to foreigners, shame on you. Your descendants (if they live) may curse your name, and rightly so.

Questionnaire:
[1] Does any person have the right (or privilege) to violate another nation's borders?
Yes / no
[2] When in violation of another nation's border, does that person have the right (or privilege) to access charity (benefits) from the public treasury, paid by other taxpayers?
Yes/ no
[3] If said person accesses any benefit, money or advantage, while in violation of another nation's border, should they be punished as criminal trespassers and thieves?
Yes / no
[4] If said person accepts employment from an American employer, while in violation, should that employer be criminally punished?
Yes / no
[5] If said person deliberately injures the person or property of an American national, while in violation of America's borders, should they be executed?
Yes / no

Any reform to the immigration laws should be limited to (a) securing the rights of the American people, and (b) severely punishing those who violate their borders, laws, and property rights - and punishing those who assist them in their criminal acts.

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Answers:
[1] No - obviously
[2] No - common sense
[3] Yes - again, common sense
[4] Yes - if deliberate; no, if the employer was unaware of the facts
[5] Yes - Consider that it is the sovereign prerogative of any owner of private property to post "No Trespassing - Trespassers will be shot!"
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