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Re: [ronpaul-93] Amnesty attempt again and again

From: Francis
Sent on: Friday, February 1, 2013 1:50 PM
While I cannot guarantee the veracity of the following, possibly out of date, it is interesting and worth consideration.

A foreigner arriving in Australia is not an immigrant. They do not recognize the status called "immigrant." If he plans to go home, he is a tourist. If he intends to stay, he is an Australian. From Day One, he is one of us, with an investment in making Australia, not his former homeland, prosper.

The new arrival is called a "New Australian." He will receive a lot of help from the government to find housing, employment, etc. And In a mere three years he qualifies for full citizenship. Voting is not just a right awarded to the new citizen; in Australia, voting is an obligation by law. So by just three years after arrival he is fully participating in all that it means to be an Australian.

They reject multiculturalism and hyphenated status. There is no such thing as a Polish-Australian or a Jewish-Australian. You are welcome to make this land your home but it isn't just a second home from which you can look sentimentally to some other land as if that is your true home. You become an Australian when you arrive. If you accept this you will no longer look "homeward" to any place else, such as Israel. If you don't plan to be proudly an Australian, visit as a tourist - and then go home.



On Wed, Jan 30, 2013 at 2:12 PM, i4freedom <[address removed]> wrote:

As waaaaaaaaaay too often happens, people get off of the subject of the original text. We keep hearing about illegal and legal immigration, but I never hear nor read about ending immigration. So I sent an email with this rare (and obviously controversial) subject. It is obvious that most of you did not read carefully my entire 9 point arguement for ending immigration TO America. If you did you would be talking about the harm (or lack of) to America - financially, economically, culturally, socially and politically.

Article IV, section 4 of our national constitution states that the feds must protect the states from "Invasion". Article III, section 6 of our California Constitution (1879) states that English is the official language of California.

In violation of article III, section 6 and in causing social and financial hardship for San Diego county, the county government wasted $160,744.90 (minimum) just during January - March 2010 on translators, publications and signs in languages other than English and other foreign/invader related crap. This figure comes from my FOIA request granted by the county. I have the invoices, etc. right here. You helped pay for this!!!!!!! Still do! Obviously the foreigners have no reason to assimilate (when in America, do as the Americans do) with the county accommidating foreigners acting foreign at your expense. I agree no government should do this, but they will as long as there are foreigners in America expecting special treatment. Even if the handouts and special programs stopped, the invaders harm our culture, economy, society and move our governments politically left. Then there are the race riots.

They are also diluting our American culture.

NOTICE THAT I NEVER EVEN HINTED a specific  race nor ethnicity. Make no assumptions.


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