Immigration: Arpaio versus Sharpton (2 Parts)
Posted on: 2010-04-27 15:21:00
As more and more Third World immigrants pour across our borders in America [and Europe], they will unquestionably change our traditions, our cultures, and even our forms of government.
Immigration: Because a white nationalist government supports the self-determination and preservation of all races and peoples, one of the first things the government would do is hermetically seal its borders. Since the preservation of genes and land is undoubtedly a priority, the border between the United States, Mexico and Canada would be fortified with manpower and technology to prevent further incursions. While turning away the oncoming interlopers, inwardly the administration would empty the jails and prisons of non-white (immigrants) criminals, and humanely deport them.
To supplement this action a public campaign would be implemented, encouraging the rest to return to their homelands, to make the necessary improvements they want therein. A WN USA would also make it as uncomfortable as possible in terms of employment and public assistance for them to continue to remain. (Without question however there would be exceptions based on individual merit, not necessarily applied exclusively to Latinos, especially with regard to long established ties and history.)
Nevertheless once all humane removal was accomplished the administration would then endeavor to collect by whatever means necessary-- from the government of Mexico and the southern hemisphere -- all of the billions of dollars the European American taxpayer lost by subsidizing the public assistance, health care and education during their people’s stay.
Finally, we would negotiate among ourselves a return to pre-1965 immigration laws when nearly all immigration was from Europe.
This is not to say, however, that foreigners would never be allowed to temporarily enter and work in the United States. But –they would only be admitted according to their potential of contributing to the host nation’s general progress. Immigration officials would first guarantee that immigrants will be useful elements for the country and that they have the necessary funds for their provisions and for their dependents. Foreigners WILL be barred from the country if their presence upsets the stability of the national demographics, or when they are considered negative to economic or national interests, when they do not act like good citizens in their own country, or when they have broken American laws, and when they are not found to be physically or mentally healthy.
In fact a WN USA will have the option of suspending or outright prohibiting the admission of foreigners when it determines it to be in the national interest. Foreigners with fake papers, or who enter the country under false pretenses, will most definitely be imprisoned.