All previous amnesty bills, including the current one, H.R. 4321, are not about closing our border with Mexico. They were designed, in coordination with our NAFTA partners, Canada and Mexico, to gain “operational control of our borders” so that our mutual borders, between Mexico and the United States and between Canada and the United States, can be relaxed and opened up like those of the European Union.
Once the Secretary of State and Secretary of Homeland Security declare that we have operational control of our borders, along with our two neighbors, the mutual borders of North America become more like that between Florida and Georgia. And ultimately, we move to regional governance, as in the European Union with no border checks for citizens of North America.
From H.R. 4321, the security strategy for these amnesty bills:
Sec. 111 National Strategy for Border Security
(a) Requirement for Strategy-The Secretary (Homeland Security), in consultation with the heads of other appropriate Federal agencies, shall develop a National Strategy for Border Security that describes actions to be carried out to maintain operational control over all ports of entry into the United States and the international land and maritime borders of the United States.
(The U.S. is helping Mexico gain operational control of its border with the Merida initiative, passed by Congress in 2007.)
The next move would be a declared common security perimeter around North America. You can see the mandate for this perimeter in H.R. 4321 at Obama’s Amnesty Bill: Changing America’s Border…
A U.S. Department of State article from 2005 explains the changes being made without your permission:
“Establishment by 2010 of a security and economic community for North America is an ambitious but achievable goal that is consistent with this principle and, more important, buttresses the goals and values of citizens of North America…”
‘The key recommendation…was for the three nations to move toward establishing a common security perimeter by 2010. ‘It is important for all three governments to commit themselves to security within that zone, thereby alleviating the need to build some barriers at our mutual borders…It implies greater cooperation between our security and intelligence agencies…It implies that we understand the nature of the goods and people that are coming into the continent.” (You notice that reference is made to “the continent” or “citizens of North America” as one entity instead of separate sovereign nations.)
The road map for this integration of North America is the Council on Foreign Relations plan for Building a North American Community. It can be seen here. Parts of the plan can also be found in amnesty bills from 2005 to the present. The plan followed by the leaders of North America states this:
“We propose a community based on the principle affirmed in the March 2005 Joint Statement of the three leaders that ‘our security and prosperity are mutually dependent and complementary.’ Its boundaries will be defined by a common external tariff and an outer security perimeter within which the movement of people, products, and capital will be legal, orderly, and safe. Its goal will be to guarantee a free, secure, just, and prosperous North America.” (p.3)
Also see pages 8-12 in link above. Much of this has been implemented or is in the process of being implemented, including the common security perimeter. A North American Response force (USNORTHCOM), is already in place, including the first U.S. Army division stationed in the United States for duty in North America and the Gulf of Mexico. One of its duties would be to respond to civil unrest. The force would be part of an integrated team, including Canada and Mexico.
Passage of H.R. 4321 or any similar bill will open the gates so that people can move freely throughout North America with biometric RFID cards and, eventually, no checks at all, a system the European Union has already put in place for most of the union. In the near future citizens of North America can “live and work” anywhere they please. That’s why our government doesn’t want to close our border with Mexico. Your biometric RFID card will be used to verify you at border points of entry through integrated data bases. Every government will know your name, where you live and where you’re going. See Universal Civil Registration: Integrating the Americas.
Update on universal civil registration in the United States:
Under the Schumer-Reid-Menendez outline for immigration overhaul, Universal Civil Registry would be part of the plan. The outline calls for “the Secretary of Health and Human services , Commissioner of Social Security, and Secretary of Homeland Security [to] establish a national birth and death registration system.” That means keeping track of every human in the United States by a continuing program of registration and constant updating on integrated databases. It will be part of the new regional system that will eventually be able to access the databases of North America, which will include more info on individuals as needed. (pp.16,17)
The Democrat outline calls for “a Social Security card (for example) containing a biometric chip that all workers, including American citizens, would have to present to an employer when being hired.” (Washington Post, 2010/04) And, like the rest of the Americas, everyone, including children, would have to have one. Please see the link above, Universal Civil Registration. (Mexicans will have a biometric national ID card in two years.)
Under this Democrat “outline” the national guard will be used as needed “to maintain operational control of America’s borders.” (Our mutual borders can then be opened to commerce and people.) P.1
With the current amnesty legislation (H.R. 4321) the United States will not use our “armed” military on the border, even in a national emergency:
Sec. 131. Prohibition on Military Involvement in Nonemergency Border Enforcement.
(a) In General- The Armed Forces of the United States, including the National Guard, are prohibited from assisting in Federal, State and local and civilian law enforcement of immigration laws.
(b) Exception- The Armed Forces of the United States, including the National Guard, may assist in Federal, State and local and civilian law enforcement of immigration laws when the President of the United States has declared a national emergency or when required for specific counter-terrorism duties. In the case that, Armed Forces of the United States, including the National Guard are required to perform such duties, those duties in support of Federal, State and local and civilian law enforcement of immigration laws shall be limited to–
(1) rear echelon support duties, including logistical support, construction, and intelligence collection from positions at least 25 miles from the border;
(2) NONARMED operations within 25 miles of the border, including listening posts and observation post operations. (Remember when that unarmed national guard unit from Tennessee was confronted by Mexicans with assault rifles on American soil and had to retreat?)
(3) armed operations outside 25 miles of the border, including listening posts and observation post operations. (Two Latino congressmen wrote this bill.)
Napolitano “claimed that the overall situation has improved and questioned whether the goal of ‘securing the border’ could ever be fully reached.” CNN April 27, 2010.
Speaking of Napolitano, here is a 2010 time video that shows the Homeland Security chief’s efforts on just one trail into the land of the free.
Our border with Mexico could have been secured at any time during Bush’s two terms but he had no intention of doing that. Because of his inaction, 12 to 20 million illegals now reside in our nation. And they continue to download babies at a high rate. That’s one way to bring about demographic change. Bush, however, has pushed for amnesty and lots of work visas from the very beginning.
He made it clear as a candidate that our sovereign republic’s days were numbered:
“We are one of the largest Spanish-speaking nations in the world. We’re a major source of Latin music, journalism and culture.
“Just go to Miami, or San Antonio, Los Angeles, Chicago or West New York, New Jersey…and close your eyes and listen. You could just as easily be in Santo Domingo or Santiago, or San Miguel de Allende.
“For years our nation has debated this change-some have praised it and others have resented it. By nominating me, my party has made a choice to welcome the new America.” Bush in Florida, August 27, 2000.
Recently, however, 70 percent of the fed-up citizens of Arizona supported a new law, SB 1070, which was signed by Governor Brewer on April 23rd. This law is designed to allow the police to identify illegal aliens and criminals and evict them or put them in prison.
The outrage against the bill came from the same groups as usual. The Obama administration, in addition to Latino votes, needs open borders to carry out the agreement to integrate North America into a trading region and help the corporations acquire as much wealth as possible with the use of temporary cheap workers from Mexico and soon, from the rest of Latin America. For corporations, that means CEOs can also get rid of the American middle class and compete (make huge profits) against the third world.
If other states pass bills similar to that of Arizona, jobs for illegals would dry up and crime would drop dramatically. With a clamp down on the border and a crack down on illegals, they won’t get to live in the United States and receive all the benefits that the U.S. government offers. And the momentum would be stalled for Mexicans salivating to reconquer the lands “stolen” from them by America in the war of 1848.
And the catholic church, where righteous behavior is optional for priests and the pope, needs more paying members in the pews on Sunday, more priests and, of course, more altar boys.
Do you think that our government would allow the overwhelming will of the people to prevail?
SPECIAL REPORT: MEXICAN ENCOUNTER. YOU WHITE BOYS ARE GONNA DIE. May 15, 2010
I was doing my morning run beside a road in the sunshine state when I saw a black SUV heading my way with a Mexican flag attached to the rear. The man and woman, both Mexicans, had a wide smirk on their faces. When they were across from me, I gave them two thumbs down. They exploded.
The large woman made an obscene gesture and began cursing. The man turned around and headed for me. At this time I was off the road , standing next to my car in a park. The SUV pulled off the road and parked. A short, stocky Mexican rushed across the field, shouting,” You got a problem? You got a problem?”
When he approached within about 6 feet, I stood ready and in my best DI voice said:
“Yeah, I got a big problem with illegal aliens and you Mexicans trying to take over my country.”
He looked surprised and became very meek. But his wife/girlfriend was shouting threats from the SUV. She yelled “You white boys are gonna die. Then she said that she felt like whipping my ass right now.
I invited her to come on down and see what happens. She slammed the door. Her husband/boyfriend returned quietly to the vehicle and drove off.
We have a million illegals in Florida and they are getting real bold and nasty. That’s why I’m always prepared for any escalation on the violence scale. I knew that I would prevail in such an incident and I would treat any attack as an assault with intent to commit murder or serious bodily harm. And I would respond quickly and with maximum force. My concern is all of the paperwork and legal matters that would arise. But I’ve already had to make that decision before and I’ll do it again.
Which brings me to what I call a change in mood among the invaders. A new zeitgeist is in the air. They appear to be angry that Americans , in some cases, are standing up for their rights as citizens since our government refuses to do anything to secure our border and enforce the law. They can secure that border any time they feel like it. But if you read the article above, you know the reason why they don’t.
It’s going to get much worse and each American should make preparations for the future.