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Birth-Right Citizenship and the Minority Replacement Program

You’ve already heard everything anyone has to say on Birth Right citizenship. You’ve heard Bill O’Reilly and Mark Levin, Ted Cruz and Donald Trump, Jeb Bush and Rush Limbaugh, Sandy Sanders and Bearing Drift. How many more opinions could you possibly stand? So, read the 14th Amendment and read what the authors of the 14th Amendment had to say about the 14th Amendment. Read the stories at Breitbart. For the love of God, read Article I Section 8 of the US Constitution and make up your own mind.

However, I do have something to say on this topic; something that has been bugging me for a while.

After the Civil War, the Union, the United States of America, had to amend the United States Constitution to put to rest the vestiges of slavery in the States. The 13th Amendment abolished slavery and involuntary servitude. The 14th Amendment ensured the citizenship, rights, and liberties of African-American slaves and changed the traditions of citizenship in the United States. Whereas, before the conclusion of the Civil War, any citizen of any State was thereby a citizen of the United States. But many States didn’t want African Slaves and their offspring to vote. So the 14th Amendment stripped the States of their authority over naturalization and imposed upon them a standard, that anyone who was born in the United States, without allegiance to foreign nations, was, by right, a United States citizen. The 15th Amendment ensured that those who had previously been slaves and the children of those who had previously been slaves should enjoy the right to vote.

These three amendments were written on behalf of African slaves and their offspring, deprived of rights and human dignity, such that they should become American Citizens with all the rights and privileges associated with that qualification. Certainly, these three Amendments could not cure the culture and racism and insecurity felt by the European immigrants now ruling over the New World; but they were a great and magnificent beginning.

cabinToday, our Republican and Democrat leaders would have us exercise these amendments on behalf of Central American Colonials, literally colonizing North America, taking the jobs of the decedents of the African (and then American!) slaves on whose behalf these amendments were written. So while African Americans languish under the Progressive Economy of President Barack Obama, Speaker John Boehner, and Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Central American Colonials are given special rights and privileges, because they and their illegal-resident offspring are willing to work for less and provide greater profits for politically well-connected American Corporations.

We complain about the crime and poverty in our inner cities amongst the African American population while replacing their jobs with Central American migrants here without ever attending to our immigration laws and jurisprudence?

Is it because the Democrat and Republican Party Leaderships believe that the African Americans need to be replaced? They’ve served their purpose, but they have gotten uppity? They are demanding too much? They might actually want the American Dream? They must now be replaced, against all laws and against all reason, with Central American Colonials seeking to take advantage of the largest black labor market on planet earth?

Illegal Immigration is the most racist thing I’ve seen in my lifetime. Now, I grew up in Baltimore County and around Baltimore City, and I never saw much racism. Probably because all the racists got shot before I was born. Good Riddance. I have witnessed racism (both ways) in Virginia in the small towns of the Northern Neck in the late 1990s and in South Eastern North Carolina in the mid-2000s. But I’ve never seen anything like this.

The Federal Government of the United States of America is intentionally creating a new underclass, while using established law to incarcerate millions of African Americans. Mandatory Minimums aimed and directed at African Americans are fair game, but we can’t enforce our immigration laws because it’s not compassionate?

I’m sorry, how stupid does the Chamber of Commerce think we are? How stupid does the Democrat Party think we are? How stupid does the Republican Party think we… ok, we already know the answer to that question.

I am disgusted by our government, by these two political parties, and by everyone in support of such a remarkable hostility to the rule of law, to justice, and to equality in the United States of America.

He Who Shall Not Be Named is right! Ted Cruz is right! Mark Levin is right! I contend that those who disagree are dangerously close to siding with the most racist minority-replacement-program in the history of the United States of America.

 


Article written by: Steven Brodie Tucker