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Author:  Sher Zieve
Bio: Sher Zieve
Date:  May 31, 2006
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Will the US Become No More than an Enterprise Zone?

The recent US Senate version of the “Border Security and Immigration Reform Bill”, which not only requires amnesty for illegals (predominantly of Hispanic origin), coupled with revelations that Mexico is largely “calling the shots” on US immigration policy at our Southern border and beyond should give all US citizens (legal citizens of any and all ethnicities) pause—if not providing a necessary call to action. The Senate bill requires not only amnesty (in its thinly disguised “path to citizenship”) but, amongst other outrageous demands, discussions and ultimately approval from Mexico for any and all security measures at the US-Mexico border.

So our own Senate is now requiring that the foreign power causing the problem by sending their tired and “very poor” invaders into our country, along with help from US employers who want to only pay discount wages to their employees, is going to make the decisions on how to handle the debacle? Let’s think about this, for a moment. Question: If the “Generals” of an invading force, now including Mexico’s president, its consulate and other high-ranking Mexican officials, are given the latitude to write US immigration policy—what do you think will be their decision? Answer: To continue the invasion, undeterred, of course!

This “policy” will accomplish a number of goals for the country of Mexico, as well as terrorists who have strong desires and known reasons for entering the US. A few of these include:

1. Mexico will be able to continue to allow their poor—those who are depleting Mexico’s own negligible welfare system—to come to the US and drain its healthcare and general services.

2. Mexico will continue to receive its $20+ billions per year (the 2nd largest contribution to its GNP) from its illegal immigrants to the US.

3. If the major portions of the Senate’s non-immigration-reform-bill (AKA “US land and citizenship giveaway”) are upheld, Mexico can continue its plans and marches to usurp (“Reconquista”) major portions of the US—this time with the full support of the US government. Can the US’ annexing portions of our country to Mexico be far off?

4. Radical Islamic and other terrorist groups (including infamous MS-13 gang members) may and will continue to enter the US—at will, unchecked and unstopped.

The real problem, as well as its creation of a clear-and-present-danger, is that the US Senate’s proposal is a giant step toward removing that pesky-notion of US sovereignty. “No borders” does, in fact, mean “No country”. Therefore, the US will essentially become a new type of an Enterprise Zone—one in which people (“legal entry” into the US will no longer matter—as there will no longer be a United States) may come and go to and from the late-great United States as they wish. It will have devolved into no more than a “Commercial Zone” where migrants (“persons who move regularly in order to find work”) may affect their jobs and eventually return to their countries of origin—should they wish to do so. But, how will this and the other insane US Senate proposals impact current US citizens? It would seem that “our” Senators either haven’t addressed that annoying problem—or don’t really care. From its proposal, it appears that US citizenship is relatively unimportant to “our” Senators.

One has to contemplate as to how these current Senators view their future powers. Hmmm. Will they become Regional Governors (RGs)? As these would be replacing our current State Governors where will these individuals be placed? Will the US be the first post-country to fully enter into the globalization effort proposed by such stellar entities as the United Nations and others who wish to rule the world? As these RGs will, most likely, be appointed by some “World Commission”, we can also dispense with those wretched elections. Heaven knows it will save us LOTS of money, by not having to print those silly and antiquated ballots in every language known to humankind. Besides, with elections there’s no guarantee that the “correct” candidates (the ones chosen by the “power elites”) will be the one chosen by the hoi polloi—previously known as “we the people”. Holy Smokes! The questions, should the current anti-US-sovereignty crowd succeed, are almost endless.

Don’t think the above scenario can happen? Not only can it happen—it has already begun. For those of you who haven’t read the current and total Senate immigration proposal, grab a cup of coffee, sit down and take a look at www.congress.gov/cgi-bin/bdquery/z?d109:S.2611. If this doesn’t convince you, probably nothing will.

Related Links:

http://www.intellectualconservative.com/2006/mexican-government-running-us-immigration-policy-part-i/

http://magic-city-news.com/article_5816.shtml

http://www.renewamerica.us/columns/zieve/060331

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Biography - Sher Zieve

Sher Zieve is a long-time syndicated columnist who generally writes columns of a politically Conservative and Constitutional nature. She also interviews notable people with an interesting and/or newsworthy story to tell. These include politicians, writers, activists and others in the news. Her work has been and continues to be carried by both national and international publications. Sher appears regularly on national talk shows.


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