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19 Jul

Amnesty is an Attack Against Our Sovereignty

6 Jul

The conservative side of the debate on amnesty has revolved around the economic sustainability of allowing 11 million illegal aliens (or undocumented immigrants depending on your political views). Although the arguments based on the costs presented by respectable think tanks, such as the Heritage Foundation, give the conservatives the benefit of a noncontroversial argument against amnesty the more important reason to be against this policy has not been addressed in a acceptable manner to conservatives. The emergent White nationalist movement, as articulated by such organizations as the Counsel on Conservative Citizens and the relatively new American Freedom Party, rightfully claim that amnesty would be devastating to the political interests of Whites. Albeit a factual statement many conservative Whites shy away from the reality of racially-based political disenfranchisement, because a strident defense against it from them would likely be met with the hackneyed accusation of racism from the opposition- thanks to the gains made by the subversive Cultural Marxists, who have made so called “Political Correctness” the dogmatic creed of the new American mainstream culture that we are presently suffering under. I hope that conservative Whites will reach a shared awareness among their White Nationalist counterparts, that the amnesty issue is more ethno-political than economic in importance. However, the hope I have may not be realized as quickly as I would like it to, although I have seen positive ethno-political developments among the Tea Party types, despite the pro-war deference to Israeli interests among many of them, due to the impact of the Christian Zionist heresy embraced by many fellow brothers and sisters in Christ. Given the urgency of the amnesty issue I will now venture to give more focus on our shared American nationalist sentiment, so as to appeal to our shared desire to keep our country free and independent as a motivation to fight amnesty.

Despite the political differences we have under the conservative banner the shared desire to keep America free and independent sidesteps these political differences in a way that does not dismiss their respective importance. For example, the pro-life activist would find common ground with a pro-choice libertarian when our national sovereignty becomes endangered as the United Nations would more readily direct our national policies away from the hands of Americans as a result of amnesty. Our culture of freedom and independence, which is peculiarly American, has been damaged but not totally destroyed. However, we must not be so naive to think that our culture of freedom and independence will remain safely intact after amnesty bears its cultural fruits of slavery and dependence. Culture is realized through people, and when people of markedly different values comprise a substantial group in terms of sheer numbers the culture will be affected- but not in favor of freedom and independence. Such an impact on our American culture would make it more politically palatable for our people to peacefully surrender to global government for the material privileges that the illegal immigrants are now accustomed to receiving. Make no mistake, government dependency is generational. The illegal immigrants came here for a better life, in disregard for the unprincipled way that they sought to attain it. Their children will likely follow in their footsteps of taking advantage of our misguided tolerance and altruism evident in the government social service programs.  The values of freedom and independence are incompatible to the mindset of people that seek government benefits off the backs of taxpayers. Such parasitic people do not have the spirit of independence that has so far stemmed the tide of global government off of America’s shores. Amnesty will dilute our culture with people who do not have an abiding love for our country that we do, and as a result will weaken our collective resolve as Americans to fight for our sovereignty. As in the parable the shepherd will risk his life for his sheep, whereas the hired hand will leave the sheep to be slaughtered for his own safety; such is the case of the illegal immigrant. Amnesty will translate into a progressive loss of our sovereignty, thereby constituting as an mortal assault against it.

The Senate voted for perpetual amnesty as noted by renown researcher Texe Marrs according to his weekly internet broadcast at What true American would even consider such a treasonous amnesty reform bill, let alone vote in favor of it?  The tempered righteous indignation of the White Christian patriot must rise from the solemn duty to protect our heritage of freedom and independence, which is peculiarly American regardless of the supposed universality of these values. Our heritage is a Christian one derived from our European ancestors- therefore our shared liberty is unique to our nationhood and to our faith. We need to ask ourselves if we value our heritage enough to fight amnesty because an honest assessment of the expectant fruits of amnesty leads one to conclude that this scourge of amnesty in our land leaves destruction to our liberty- and a detrimental obstacle to the expression of our political will. The infusion of Third World dependents means the mortal weakening of our political will. Any Senator who voted for amnesty cared little for your political will. You are just a financial source to buy votes for Third World dependents, who the corporations prefer to hire as they would not need to provide health care benefits because the federal government will subsidize them. Have we grown weary enough of being used by those who care little about our economic welfare? As for me I have not only grown weary enough but I have become more emboldened than ever in doing my modest part to fight amnesty as a mortal threat against our sovereignty. No feckless salvo of Cultural Marxist ad hominem attacks from Leftist scum will discourage me from defending my American heritage. I recognize the fact that defending your heritage is an act of war because taking a stand for what you value is going to be met with hostility by those who hate what you value. To risk being redundant I will declare that we are at war, and it is about time that all of us view amnesty as an act of war against us.

© 2013, Paul M. Lovett