The San Francisco Chronicle is reporting that its mayor, Gavin Newsom, “vowed Sunday to maintain
San Francisco as a sanctuary for immigrants and do everything he can to discourage federal authorities from conducting immigration raids.”
"I will not allow any of my department heads or anyone associated with this city to cooperate in any way shape or form with these raids," Newsom declared. "We are a sanctuary city, make no mistake about it."
Why is it that elected politicians do not see the clear and present danger in encouraging illegal aliens from entering their cities, congregating in mass in designated areas, seeking employment and then producing anchor babies to secure
United States citizenship for their numerous offspring?
What are the consequences of providing these illegal border-crossing masses with some form of citizenship that would instantly shift the powerbase of voters to a voting bloc that may have more of an allegiance to a foreign power than to their residence city?
What will happen if the majority of illegals remain unassimilated, relatively uneducated and massed in substandard housing? As the Heritage Foundation put forth in a comprehensive study of taxable net values … each uneducated illegal draws an average of $20,000 in support funds over and above any taxes recovered by various agencies?
Southern California, we have all witnessed the decline of emergency care (with many emergency facilities closed and waiting lines impossibly long), crowded schools where the children of citizens are held back for lack of facilities or the need to dumb-down the class to the lowest common denominator: the non-English speaking student with little parental support.
We have seen the rise of activists and lawyers demanding that their illegal clients be provided with, not only the rights of normal taxpaying citizens, but super-rights where minor and major crime committed by illegals is either lightly punished or not punished at all.
We have seen a preponderance of illegals driving without licenses or insurance, placing the remainder of the populace at risk. In a culture which promotes drinking as a part of “machismo,” we see our citizens being killed by drunk drivers in increasing numbers.
Anyone who rails against the system is branded a “racist” although one of the largest supporters of illegal aliens is literally called La Raza, “the Race.”
We have seen politicians; local, state and national pander to this potential voting block. And, make no mistake, it is all about power and money.
What can YOU do?
First, insist that no legislation or legislator attempts to provide any form of amnesty to this group of illegal aliens. If anything, let their status be normalized if they seek identification, work permits and live a crime-free life. No chance of citizenship for this group who has already engaged in mass destruction of American cities.
Second, demand that the Courts and legislators stop conferring citizenship on children of illegal aliens or people who are traveling legally on a visa in accordance with the laws of most major countries.
Third, improve border enforcement and criminally and civilly prosecute employers for hiring illegals or landlords for providing housing. This includes financial institutions who provide any form of money transfer or banking services for those without “legal” status as a citizen, legal resident alien or properly identified visitor with a valid visa.
Fourth, recall or do not elect politicians who will not uphold the United States Constitution and the laws of the land.
Fifth, risk being called a “racist” and speak out about your deteriorating neighborhoods, schools and other infrastructure.
While we acknowledge that the majority of illegal aliens are civil, hardworking people, we cannot allow any block of people to gain political power in such a manner as to put the sovereignty of the
United States at risk.
It is theoretically possible, over a number of years, to have major decisions about
Southern California’s legislation, taxation and infrastructure decided by anonymous oligarchs in
Mexico rather than representatives putting
Now is the time to take action, before we dilute our present day society to the point of “nothingness.”
A reminder from OneCitizenSpeaking.com: a large improvement can result from a small change…
Research: A comprehensive study yields surprising results.
The Fiscal Cost of Low-Skill Households to the U.S, Taxpayer – Robert E. Rector, Principal Author http://www.heritage.org/Research/Welfare/sr12.cfm
“Each year, families and individuals pay taxes to the government and receive back a wide variety of services and benefits. A fiscal deficit occurs when the benefits and services received by one group exceed the taxes paid. When such a deficit occurs, other groups must pay for the services and benefits of the group in deficit. Each year, government is involved in a large-scale transfer of resources between different social groups.”