When Immigrants Loved America
August 11th, 2017
Suthenboy.com

Preamble: The purpose of this blog is to briefly discuss the key points in Trump's immigration plan and contrast it with the abomination Obama and Congress saddled America with in seeking to fundamentally change her traditions, culture, and values. In my opinion this distinction is significant because America has always been the world's foremost destination for immigrants. Accordingly, the laws governing their admission are critical to the future of our country, ourselves and our children.

To put this in perspective, please indulge me for a few moments while I digress to Teddy Roosevelt's presidency between 1901 and 1909; the period during which the largest wave of immigrants to the U.S. were processed through Ellis Island.

Teddy Roosevelt and Immigration: Roosevelt loved America and was determined that immigrants seeking citizenship have undivided absolute allegiance to her in every way. During and after his presidency Roosevelt frequently spoke and wrote on that subject which was dear to him.

The theme of Roosevelt's writing and speeches on immigration was known as 'Americanization' and set forth dictates that he expected immigrants to adapt and use. Included therein were American culture, speech, political ideas, principles, and the distinction between church and state. Consistent with 'Americanization' on January 3, 1919, Roosevelt wrote the following letter to the president of the American Defense Society.


  "In the first place, we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else, for it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed, or birthplace, or origin. But this is predicated upon the person's becoming in every facet an American, and nothing but an American...There can be no divided allegiance here. Any man who says he is an American, but something else also, isn't an American at all. We have room for but one flag, the American flag... We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language. And we have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people."

Immigrants meeting these expectations were of the character envisioned by Emma Lazarus in her epic poem, 'The New Colossus', carved on the Statue of Liberty's pedestal. She saw it as a beacon of hope to immigrants of diverse ethnicity and color, thus the words 'give me your tired, your poor...'.

They saw America as an exciting opportunity to fulfill their dreams and experience a better life with greater economic potential. Most entered the U.S. legally, took the requisite oath of allegiance, and strived to enhance her greatness through assimilation, hard work and learning the English language. These were the immigrants that seized the opportunity to enrich their lives and in so doing helped make America the greatest country the world had ever known.

Things Change: Immigration laws governing admission to the U.S. have undergone minor changes with the times, conditions, and political environments. Regardless of the changes however, each President cared about America first, and pursuant to his oath of office was consistent in endeavoring to do what he deemed to be in her best interest.

However, this 'America first' attitude dramatically changed during the tragic reign of Obama, whose past, words, and actions consistently evinced a deep rooted disdain for the U.S. and White people. His fundamental transformation of the U.S., which Congressional sycophants eagerly endorsed, was underpinned by subordinating her best interests domestically and internationally. A significant part of his transformation included immigration reform.

Immigration Obama Style: Obama wanted to flood America with and support hordes of non-White indigent tribal aliens, and had little interest in enforcing immigration laws relative to them. He facilitated his lofty goal by opening America's borders to that ilk of garbage thus virtually handing them an absolute right of entry into America with neither quotas nor meaningful health and background screening. Most of them were Hispanics and Middle East Muslims that every Gulf State refused to accept; both had allegiances and cultures completely different than and incompatible with ours, particularly Sharia law.

Obama's aliens viewed America in stark contrast to the typical Ellis Island immigrant who saw hope, opportunity to better themselves, and enhance the country. Specifically, his little darlings saw America as a welfare state ripe for picking, soft on crime, and whose laws permitted their extended families to immigrate to further exploit her system.

The majority of them were unskilled, worthless societal leeches with unknown backgrounds and medical histories. They had a total disregard for America's traditions, culture, values, laws, the environment, human life, personal hygiene and health. It should be abundantly clear that they fell far short of enhancing or adding value to America.

Note: As I have mentioned in previous blogs, Speaker Paul Ryan served as Obama's chief advocate for admitting and supporting his aliens for life with total indifference to the law. Ryan facilitated this by lying to and betraying the U.S. and Congress to pass the Omnibus Spending Bill, which was not in America's best interest. Learn more about this in my blog, 'Paul Ryan, The Most Treacherous Snake in Congress' which you can read Here

Trump's Immigration Policy: In keeping with his commitment to strengthen and make America great again, Trump wants to admit immigrants that will add value to and benefit America. For the sake of brevity, such immigrants are reasonably expected to love our country, accept her traditions, culture and values, assimilate, speak English, and have a skill set. This sound policy makes sense, benefits and makes America safer, and affords immigrants that meet the requirements an opportunity of a life time that is not available anywhere else in the world.

The Usual Outrage: The progressives, Trump haters in both parties, and MSM became unhinged by such an offensive, discriminatory, xenophobic, racist' policy. It is clearly the polar opposite of Obama's open borders policy they support, and blatantly violates their trite politically correct mantra of diversity and inclusion for all.

Predictably, this stellar group is incessantly leveling ad hominem attacks against Trump and demonizing him as being too Nationalistic. However, not one of the self-anointed elites has stepped up and articulated any real value that excluded aliens could possibly bring to America. Their absurd familiar claim, 'that's who we are', is a non-sequitur which I doubt resonates with the populous that elected Trump, or any person who cares about the future of America, themselves and their children.

Not surprisingly, Paul 'Judas' Ryan, who has stabbed Trump in the back at every opportunity, is among the most vocal Congressional Republicans vehemently opposing his immigration plan. Ryan's usual sniveling is expected because the plan is totally repugnant to Obama's policy of open borders and generous welfare benefits to all non-White tribal indigents for which he aggressively advocated.

America First: For the last 8 years America has been the sole dumping ground and easily accessible welfare repository for the world's tribal indigent aliens. There is absolutely no redeeming benefit to our country in this egregious scenario and it must stop now. Teddy Roosevelt had it right in his day and for the foreseeable future; Donald Trump is spot on today. If you agree please tell your Congress person to support Trump's immigration plan.

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