Skip to comments.March Against Immigration Law Asks 'What About the Children?'
Posted on 10/09/2011 5:04:18 PM PDT by moonshinner_09
About 200 college students and others from Huntsville came down to the Capital City to raise awareness for the children that may be affected by the new law on illegal immigration now that it has taken effect.
The National Association for the Prevention of Starvation is taking a stand against Alabama's law on illegal immigration. Students from Oakwood University in Huntsville said they wanted to represent those who are not able to represent themselves - the children.
"We work with children in those communities and a lot of them are afraid," organizer Mia Pile said. "Many of them are American, but they're really afraid about what's going to happen to their parents."
So they stood on the Capitol steps, bearing signs and singing songs in unity as they presented their questions about the law.
"What will happen?" Christine Whittaker asked. "Will their parents get deported and the children get split up into the foster care system? Will they be allowed? They're Americans. Just like us. They're Americans."
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They are their children. They need to take care of them.
The major problem is their numbers are so vast you can bet they will unite and fight this......thousands in the streets just as before when this has been brought to the surface.
There's just no way I see our government ever doing the right thing about this...they will continue to "table" it thru each administration until it's too late, which it already is.
So what then can we expect when Amnesty goes thru? A continual enlargement of their numbers and families coming here....and this nation will be MExican American....no doubt in my mind and all polticians will see it as so....lip service at best but it's not going to go way or be dealt with. The globalist will assist you can be sure of that...in making our nation other than what we have known it to be.
College students? You mean the ones who’ve never had a job? Never had to budget meager incomes against financial obligations like rent, and food, and healthcare, and such? The ones who’ve never taken the time or made the effort to learn the truth about the founding of this great nation, but would rather absorb the propaganda of the leftists in charge of our educational system?
Those college students?
They don’t count. They need to start taking on the responsibility of caring for themselves before they start telling me how I should be taking care of others.
Inching ever closer to the ultimate reset button...
“The major problem is their numbers are so vast you can bet they will unite and fight this......thousands in the streets just as before when this has been brought to the surface.”
Not if we (relatively) slowly turn up the heat. First step is get them off of social services, then to make them jobless, then to kick their kids out of all schools here. As the heat turns up, they will gradually migrate back home.
If we do it at once, they may protest...and we’ll have to deal with that...and we will. And when they protest, we’ll have them arrested, fingerprinted, and NEVER allowed back here again, under any conditions.
Incrementally? That’s how “they” have gotten this far, you might be on to something.
The propaganda is pretty difficult to refute. “you hate kids, and want to push grandma over a cliff.”
The 14th amendment is a serious scam, and the old “tell a lie often enough and people start to believe it” is clearly in play here. NO other country allows “birthright citizenship”, not even close. The author of the 14th was quite clear that the amendment doesn’t apply to illegal entry, children of diplomats, etc. There is no reasonable justification for this policy today, and there never was, because it is based upon a lie.
Does anyone suppose that Mexico provides in-state tuition to illegal aliens there? Does Mexico have a policy towards illegals there? As a matter of fact, it does - Prison, and then deportation. The popular representation is that Mexico is a poor country, that is not true either - they have very large mineral deposits, oil and gas, timber, etc. It is true they have a dysfunctional system of government.
College students are among the last people consulted on such matters. I know, because I was once young and stupid.
If by "us," she means Obama, she's right.
UnoVision TV, Interviewed, Sr. Manuel Labor, the head of the Mexican Consulate in Demopolis.
He says the Mexican Navy will blockade the port of Mobile... as soon as they can buy some gas for the john boat and get the chickens out of it.
You’re probably right as isn’’t there a state, maybe Alabama that turned things up and they are leaving in droves out of fear of being discovered?
Mexican’s immigration policy’s..........we need these in the USA....
- If outsiders do not enhance the countrys economic or national interests or are not found to be physically or mentally healthy, they are not welcome.
- Neither are those who show contempt against national sovereignty or security.
- They must not be economic burdens on society.
- Must have clean criminal histories.
- Those seeking to obtain Mexican citizenship must show a birth certificate, ...provide a bank statement proving economic independence, ..pass an exam and ....prove they can provide their own health care.
Illegal entry into the country is equivalent to a felony punishable by two years imprisonment.
- Document fraud is subject to fine and imprisonment; so is alien marriage fraud.
- Illegal re-entry after deportation is punishable by ten years imprisonment
-. Foreigners may be kicked out of Mexico without due process
- Native-born Mexicans are empowered to make citizens arrests of illegal aliens and turn them in to authorities.
- A National Population Registry tracks and verifies the identity of every member of the population, who must carry a citizens identity card. Visitors who do not possess proper documents and identification are subject to arrest as illegal aliens.
- Noncitizens canot in any way participate in the political affairs of Mexico.
“Youre probably right as isnt there a state, maybe Alabama that turned things up and they are leaving in droves out of fear of being discovered?”
Yea, they’re definitely packing their bags in Alabama. But if it is done nationally, it will be a lot more severe, as they won’t have other states (like Texas) to welcome them. They’ll have to make some tough decisions...so it will be tricky. But I do promise you they won’t stay put, with their kids out of school, no job, and risking arrest just going to the store (i.e., like an illegal in the other 195 of 196 countries in the world). They’ll have to move out.
Then maybe, after they’ve packed their bags and left, we can start talking about coming back legally (without their kids) for guest-worker assignments (in controlled numbers, for controlled amounts of time, with no possibility of becoming citizens...but great pay to send home)...and make that an inducement for them to leave peacefully when the laws first get implemented.
If their parents are from Mexico, then they are also Mexican citizens, and should go home with their parents. Besides...what parents would leave their kids here in foster care rather than take them home to Mexico? Parents who were here for the "goodies", of course. So much for illegals "sharing our values", like so many misguided Evangelicals are telling us in support of amnesty.