Thursday, November 01, 2007

Fair Anti-Imigration Laws

Illegal immigration to the United States of America has surpassed epidemic proportions. With something between 12 million and 30 million illegal individuals in this country, new laws are required to deal with the intolerable circumstances.

These ideas should be seriously considered as future law in the U.S.:

1) The immediate expulsion of any alien the presence of whom the government deems objectionable.

2) Aliens may be excluded from the country if their presence upsets the equilibrium of the national demographics. When aliens are deemed detrimental to economic or national interests, when they have broken laws, they should be jailed or deported.

3) Illegal immigration should be a felony. Any citizen who helps illegals enter the country should be themselves considered criminals. A citizen who marries an alien with the sole objective of helping the alien live in the country should be subject to five years in prison. And no alien may engage in political affairs, in any manner.

4) If an alien wishes to reside in this country, they must have a guaranteed job or be financially independent, and must prove an income from abroad consisting of pensions or investments four hundred times the monthly minimum wage.

5) We welcome only aliens who are useful to society.

6) Only citizens by birth or naturalization and citizen associations shall have the right to own land, water, and their accessories, or to have mining or ground water concessions. The government can concede the same rights to legal aliens if the government can verify they will respect the property as nationals would, and not invoke the protection of their home governments. The penalty for violating the terms of concession should be the loss of concession benefits and privileges.

7) No alien should be granted land, water, or mineral concessions within 100 miles of land borders, and 50 miles of coastal borders. Within these zones, no aliens should be permitted to acquire direct ownership of land or water for any reason.

8) Citizens will be preferred to aliens in equality of circumstances, for all classes of concessions and all employment, duties, or commissions of government for which the quality of citizenship is not indispensable.

9) In time of peace, no alien may serve in the Army, or in police or public security forces. To belong actively to the Army in time of peace, or to the Navy or the Air Force at any moment, and discharge any duty or commission in them, one is required to be a citizen by birth. The same quality is indispensable for captains, pilots, owners, machinists, mechanics, and in general for all personnel who staff any ship or aircraft that carries the National flag or merchant insignia. Also, citizenship by birth is necessary to exercise the responsibilities of port captain, and all the services of director of an airport.

Difficult times require difficult decisions to be made and sometimes harsh laws must be enacted. Some readers may think the above suggestions are too harsh and cannot work because they are too draconian. However, each of the nine suggestions are already successfully executed laws.

In fact, each of the above are laws of the Constitution of the United States of Mexico.

Read the entire ridiculously long Mexican Constitution at Indigo Continuum.

Original news source:
NewsMax, George Putnam, One Reporter’s Opinion — Mexican Laws Are Strict on Illegals

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Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Islam is Peace / World in Pieces

Original graphic courtesy of new-blogger Kafir Canada via Gates of Vienna.

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Westboro Church Found Guilty of Being Stupid

Westboro Baptist Church and the Rev. Fred Phelps were slapped today with $10.9 million penalty for being stupid ( update: $2.9 million in compensatory damages plus $8 million in punitive damages.) It's about time, too. Phelps and his inbred family have been desecrating the funerals of the Honored Dead for too many years while hiding behind the First Amendment's rights to free speech and religious freedom.

The Southern Poverty Law Center set the example in 2ooo when they successfully sued an American neo-nazi group who also claimed First Amendment rights as a church to conduct hate fests and spew their filth. That group was put out of business and had to sell all of their real estate to meet the judgement.

Kansas church liable in gay Marine funeral protest
Wed Oct 31, 2007 4:21pm EDT
By John Hurdle

BALTIMORE, Oct 31 (Reuters) - A jury on Wednesday ordered a Kansas church to pay $2.9 million in compensatory damages to relatives of a gay U.S. Marine after church members cheered his death at his funeral.

The jury in federal court determined that the Westboro Baptist Church based in Topeka, and three of its principals had invaded the privacy of the dead man's family and inflicted emotional distress when they protested at his funeral last year.

The soldier's death was God's punishment on America for tolerating homosexuality, the church's members said.

Marine Lance Cpl. Matthew Snyder died in combat in Iraq in March 2006. The Westboro Church was sued by his father, Albert Snyder of York, Pennsylvania. The case was the first civil suit against the church, which has demonstrated at some 300 military funerals in the last two years.

The church, which is unaffiliated to any major denomination, is headed by Rev. Fred Phelps who has been waging a one-man war against homosexuality for years. Most members of the church belong to his extended family.
Like Al Capone found out, you can't escape the long arm of the righteous law. Capone was guilty of numerous murders, but evidence was sparse. So the Feds got him on tax evasion. Westboro Church was well within it's rights under the First Amendment vis-a-vis the government, but they afoul of the rights of the individual citizen and their right to privacy.

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