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R.L. News => General News => American News => Topic started by: Rev.Dibbs on 25 June 2019 at 01:59

Title: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 25 June 2019 at 01:59
The niggers, mud races and race traitors of my government are always making comments and decisions to harm our White Brothers and Sisters. But this A.O.C. as they call her, is a real special kind of stupid. With the comments and policies this anti-White mud in trying to pass, I'm starting to think her IQ is even lower than normal for her species. Here's her newest f*ck White America statement/ request.


AOC Calls for Americans to Harbor Illegals From ICE

By Eric Mack
Sunday, 23 Jun 2019 11:46 AM

After calling U.S. illegal immigrant centers "concentration camps," Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., shared information on the Trump administration Immigration and Custom Enforcement raids, potentially putting ICE agents in danger of violent protests.

Rep. Ocasio-Cortez tweeted Saturday:

"Warning: The Trump admin is expected to begin ICE raids across the country TOMORROW, targeting people for round up.

NOW is the time for us to come together:

- Check in w/ your neighbors
- Share "Know Your Rights" info
- If you see ICE, report to @UNITEDWEDREAM (https://twitter.com/unitedwedream) 1-844-363-1423"
Admin Note: Follow the link above to Twitter, and see who wants to seize the future away from White children

She added via Twitter:

"Please share this info widely & make sure your neighbors have it.

If your home can be a safe space or haven for others, let your neighbors and community know – even if it's just to relax in the stress of this time.

AOC potentially put the safety of ICE agents at risk by tweeting out information on the raids, which President Donald Trump has since postponed in order for Congress to work out a deal on immigration legislation, according to Acting ICE Director Mark Morgan on Saturday night.

"The media got a hold of some operational specifics, and they reported it," Morgan told Fox News' "Justice w/Jeanine." "It's egregious and it puts the lives of the officers and agents at risk. The men and women at ICE are true American heroes.

"The president recognized that. He postponed it to protect them, but also to give Congress another chance on a bipartisan method to actually get together and pass this supplement so we can enforce the rule of law, positively impact this crisis, and maintain integrity of this system."
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 09 July 2019 at 03:10

Pelosi says Trump census citizenship push aims to 'make America white again'

(CNN) — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Monday criticized President Donald Trump's continued push to add a citizenship question to the upcoming 2020 census, saying that it is part of an effort to "make America white again."

Speaking at a press conference in San Francisco on election security, Pelosi accused Republicans of trying to suppress the vote and gerrymander districts so that "just their people vote and not the general population."

"That's why they're fighting the census," she said.

Pelosi repeatedly called the effort "disgraceful" and invoked a phrase she had previously used to knock Trump's immigration policies.

"But this is about keeping -- you know, Make America, you know his hat -- Make America White Again. They want to make sure that people, certain people, are counted," she said.

The Trump administration has been pushing to add a citizenship question to the census, an effort that is still ongoing despite the fact that late last month the Supreme Court dealt a major blow to it by blocking the addition of the question for the time being.

After the Commerce Department announced last year that a citizenship question would be included the move sparked controversy and a high-stakes court battle as critics argued that asking about citizenship status will lead to an inaccurate count and intimidate noncitizens.

"What they want to do is to put a chilling effect so that certain populations will not answer the form," Pelosi said.

The Democrat-led House Oversight Committee voted last month to hold Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in contempt of Congress over a dispute related to the addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 census.

In the case of criminal contempt, however, the next step would be a vote on the House floor, which hasn't happened yet -- though Pelosi predicted it would.

"That's another place where you'll probably see a contempt action on the part of the House of Representatives on the Trump administration," she said.

Census data serves as the basis for decisions about how to allocate federal resources and draw congressional districts.

The Trump administration said last week that it would not ask about citizenship status on the census, appearing to back off the contentious effort to reinstate the question. But the next day, the President tweeted that the effort would keep "moving forward," creating uncertainty over what would happen in Washington.

Barr said Monday the administration would decide in the "next day or two" on which option to take on the census.

"What you saw on the part of the administration with the citizenship question, it's disgraceful," Pelosi said at her press conference.

"The Supreme Court did not rule in their favor because they said the administration did not give sufficient evidence as to why the census citizenship question should be there," she added. "So they kicked the can, and then the administration said, 'OK we won't put it on there,' and then the President injected himself into this."

Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 12 July 2019 at 13:04
Very little surprises me when it comes to my anti-White government, but I'm definitely disappointed about this. When you have government officials and propaganda media explaining to illegal muds publicly how to avoid I.C.E. raids without repercussions, you know J.O.G. is in full effect.


'Know your rights': Immigration advocates, attorneys ramp up efforts ahead of planned mass ICE raids

“People should understand that they have rights regardless of their immigration status,” one lawyer said.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi reads from a paper called "Know Your Rights" regarding ICE agents and raids as she meets with reporters on Capitol Hill on July 11, 2019.Andrew Harnik / AP

July 11, 2019, 3:40 PM CDT / Updated July 11, 2019, 4:43 PM CDT
By Daniella Silva

Immigration advocates and lawyers have ramped up efforts to combat widespread raids threatened by the Trump administration by sharing information with immigrant communities about their rights.

The raids by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement scheduled to begin Sunday are set to target about 2,000 undocumented families in major cities across the United States, officials told NBC News. The raids were originally planned to take place three weeks ago but were postponed.

Many advocacy groups and some Democratic lawmakers have responded by sharing information, both in person and on social media, to immigrants in multiple languages, informing them of their rights and what to expect should the raids be carried about.

“People should understand that they have rights regardless of their immigration status,” Lee Gelernt, a lawyer with the American Civil Liberties Union, said.

The material includes videos and social media toolkits covering what to do if an ICE agent shows up at their homes.

ICE raids on undocumented immigrants set to start Sunday in 10 cities

“They do not need do let an ICE agent into their home unless there’s a judicial warrant and rarely does ICE have a judicial warrant,” Gelernt said, adding that ICE usually has its own administrative warrants.

“We’re very concerned about how the raids will be carried out,” he said, adding the ACLU was talking to other groups and private law firms about monitoring the raids “to make sure excessive force is not being used or they’re not being conducted unconstitutionally. Families could be separated.”

The ACLU is also part of a pre-emptive lawsuit filed Thursday in New York in response to the planned raids. The lawsuit argued that “constitutional due process requires the government to bring these families and children before an immigration judge so they can have a fair day in court before they face deportation,” according to a statement from the New York Civil Liberties Union.

The lawsuit is asking for families ordered deported because they did not appear in court to be given a hearing before an immigration judge to determine if their order of removal should be rescinded. The suit said error and "widespread failures" in notifying families of their court dates could have contributed to their absence in court. Such errors include notices to appear in court sent to wrong addresses or receiving a notice just before a hearing or even after a hearing has taken place, the lawsuit said.

“The Trump administration’s threats against immigrants run roughshod over basic fairness and due process,” Donna Lieberman, executive director of the New York Civil Liberties Union, said in the statement. “For the many families who came here as refugees fleeing violence, deportation is a death threat. We will fight to ensure no one faces this kind of peril without having their case considered in court.”

Bill de Blasio speaks potential ICE raids

New York City Mayor and 2020 Democratic candidate Bill de Blasio said on MSNBC Thursday that he wanted “to get the truth out to people” regarding the potential raids. He said New Yorkers could call 311 to find out information about their rights.

“We tell people their rights, we protect them,” he said, adding that the city also provides legal assistance to families who may be impacted by the raids.

“First it starts with trying to take away the fear and say we have your back, we’re going to give you real information,” he said. “Don’t believe the rumors, call a specific hotline, find out what’s really going on.”

Melissa Chua, associate director of immigrant protection at the New York Legal Assistance Group, said the group was handing out informational flyers and will be targeting families with outstanding orders of removal, which will reportedly be targeted in the raids.

“We’re reaching out to any families in the area that we know may be at risk,” she said.

POLITICS Thousands to be targeted in immigration raids set for Sunday

Domingo Garcia, president of the League of United Latin American Citizens, which is hosting a town hall with Democratic presidential candidates in Milwaukee said Thursday the 90-year-old Latino civil rights group will have legal teams in place in various locations to help people who may be arrested in the raids.

Meanwhile, other groups shared resources for lawyers looking to help immigrants who might be affected by the raids and lists of local raid response hotlines for the cities that may be targeted.


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The cities that were previously named as targets of the raids were Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, New York and San Francisco, but a source told NBC News that two of those cities may change.

Last month, President Donald Trump tweeted that ICE would soon deport “millions” of undocumented immigrants.

Trump later said he would delay the mass raids “at the request of Democrats” so that Congress could work out a compromise to an immigration policy, a deal that has so far eluded Trump. Officials told NBC News the delay was due in part because details of the plan had leaked to the media.

Ken Cuccinelli, acting director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, said on Fox Business News Thursday “the men and women of ICE are committed to doing their job” and that it was “really unfortunate that we’ve reached the point where them going about their business” is “somehow news.”

An ICE spokesperson said in a statement that "due to law enforcement sensitivities and the safety and security" of its personnel, it would not offer specific details on enforcement operations.

"As always, ICE prioritizes the arrest and removal of unlawfully present aliens who pose a threat to national security, public safety and border security," ICE said in the statement.

"However, all of those in violation of the immigration laws may be subject to immigration arrest, detention and — if found removable by final order — removal from the United States," the spokesperson said.

Meanwhile, prominent Democrats such as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., have lambasted the planned raids and shared information from advocacy organizations about immigrant rights.

Pelosi read from a “know your rights” flyer at her weekly press conference Thursday and said she was going to ask religious leaders to appeal to Trump to stop the raids.

“Every person in America has rights,” she said. “These families are hardworking members of our communities in our country, this brutal action will terrorize children and tear families apart.”
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 25 July 2019 at 14:09
A muslim telling us to fear White Men and we need to be profiled and monitored. Let's take a walk through history to see which group is more dangerous.


In resurfaced interview, Ilhan Omar answers question on 'jihadist terrorism' by saying Americans should be 'more fearful of white men'

By Nick Givas | Fox News

Democrat Rep. Ilhan Omar addresses her ongoing feud with the president at the Muslim Collective for Equitable Democracy event; Mark Meredith reports from the conference.

In a resurfaced interview from 2018, anti-Trump Democrat Ilhan Omar responded to a question about the "quote-unquote legitimate fears" some people have of "jihadist terrorism," by saying Americans should be "more fearful of white men."

In the interview, Al Jazeera host Medhi Hasan said some Americans feel justified in fearing Islam, not out of hate but for their own safety, before listing a number of radical Islamic terror attacks. Omar dismissed this suggestion immediately and laid the blame on white males instead, calling for the profiling and monitoring of caucasian men.

"I would say our country should be more fearful of white men across our country because they are actually causing most of the deaths within this country," she replied.

"And so if fear was the driving force of policies to keep America safe -- Americans safe inside of this country -- we should be profiling, monitoring, and creating policies to fight the radicalization of white men."

Here's some sats:

Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 28 July 2019 at 16:43
Another jewish politician contributing to the destruction of the White Race.


Senator intervenes at border to help Mexican family apply for asylum


CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico —A pregnant Mexican woman suffering complications was told by immigration officers that they couldn’t process her family’s asylum claim at the U.S. border on Saturday before a U.S. senator intervened to persuade the officers to take the woman to a Texas hospital.

While visiting a migrant shelter Saturday, Sen. Ron Wyden Weidenreich (D-Ore.) [ https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ron_Wyden ] grew concerned about a woman who was 38 weeks pregnant and suffering from preeclampsia and other complications. The senator and his staff decided to take the woman, her husband and 3-year-old son to a port of entry to make their asylum claim.

At the Paso del Norte Bridge linking Juárez and El Paso, the family approached two Customs and Border Protection officers, presented their identification and said they wanted to request asylum. They then heard the words that tens of thousands of asylum seekers have been told for more than a year at the U.S.-Mexico border: “We’re full,” a CBP officer told them.

Wyden, who had followed behind the family along with an entourage of staff members and friends from Oregon, then stepped forward and identified himself. He told the officers that Mexicans are exempt from the “metering” program CBP has used to strictly control the number of people allowed to request asylum at ports of entry. He also told the officers the woman was late term in her pregnancy and suffering complications.

The officers called a supervisor, who arrived minutes later, and allowed the family to go to the port of entry to make their asylum claim.

Wyden was clearly shaken by his two-day visit to the border, which included a tour of CBP holding cells and an Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention facility. At the Juárez shelter, he met a 3-year-old boy who had stopped speaking after being held with his father by the U.S. Border Patrol and then sent back to Mexico. Wyden spoke with families who were required to stay in Mexico for six months before their first U.S. immigration court hearing.

“These policies that I’ve seen are not what America is about. And in fact what we saw with respect to the woman who is here today is just a blatant violation of U.S. law,” Wyden said, referring to the pregnant woman. He said he believed the CBP agents would have turned away the family if he had not intervened, a sentiment echoed by Taylor Levy, an El Paso immigration attorney who took Wyden and his staff to Juárez.

“I feel very confident that if the family had tried to present alone, they would not have been allowed in,” Levy said.

A CBP spokesman said the officer would not have told the family that asylum processing was at capacity if they had explained that they were Mexican and that the mother was pregnant. However, the family gave the officer, whose uniform identified his last name as Loya, a folder that contained their Mexican birth certificates and identification.

Shaw Drake, the policy director for the American Civil Liberties Union Border Rights Center in El Paso, said he asked the officer afterward if the family had identified themselves as Mexican asylum seekers, and the officer said they had.

Wyden was also critical of a CBP officer who told the senator’s staff they were not allowed to take photos or video on the bridge. The ACLU’s Drake said the officer, whose name tag identified him as Castro, was wrong, and he told the staff they could continue to record.

“Certainly it looked like it had the potential for not going well. The ACLU folks talked about their legal rights to be able to record the [processing], and one of the officers said, ‘We have a situation,’ ” Wyden said. “So having done this for a while, those are the kinds of things that concern you and might suggest it’s not going well.”

Metering is used as a way to cap the number of people allowed to apply for asylum at ports of entry. Mexicans are supposed to be exempt from metering under U.S. asylum laws, Drake said. He said he had seen CBP agents turning back Mexican asylum seekers before.

“If someone arrives on our border and expresses a fear of return to their home country, the government is barred from returning that person to their home country until a process has been followed to determine whether they have the right to remain in the United States as an asylee or a refugee,” he said. “And so turning a Mexican away at the border, back into Mexico, is directly returning an asylum seeker to the country from which they’re fleeing persecution with no process to determine whether they have a fear of returning to that country.”

Wyden met the family, who asked not to be identified, at a shelter that houses about 250 migrants in Juárez. They were sharing a small room with 11 other migrants. They said they were from the Mexican state of Guerrero and wanted to seek asylum because they feared violence from drug cartels and their government allies.

“There’s a lot of insecurity, and the government is involved and corrupted with the cartels. There’s just no way to survive,” the father told Wyden.

The family showed Wyden their number for the metering list, which is kept by the Chihuahua State Population Council in Juárez. The number 17,647 was handwritten on a slip of paper. More than 5,000 people were ahead of them on the list, meaning they faced a four- or five-month wait before being allowed to come to a U.S. port of entry and seek asylum.

The family said they had not previously gone to a port of entry because they thought they had to get on the metering list.

Lauren Herbert, an Oregon pediatrician who accompanied Wyden on the border tour, said she became concerned when talking to the mother.

“She had a previous diagnosis of preeclampsia, which already places her at high risk,” Herbert said after the family crossed the border. “And then she described two days of leaking fluid,” which could indicate a ruptured membrane that threatened the life of mother and unborn child. “This is a high-risk pregnancy, and she needs to be seen by a doctor. Now.”

After Wyden met the woman and her family, Levy, the immigration attorney, and Drake urged the senator to push CBP to get the woman to a hospital as soon as possible.

“The U.S. government keeps saying that they don’t put Mexicans on the metering list and that Mexicans will always be accepted because they’re fleeing Mexico,” Levy said. She suggested Wyden approach the border officers along with an ACLU representative and lawyers.

“That’s what we’re going to do,” Wyden said.

About an hour later, the family was undergoing initial processing by CBP to begin their asylum claim. CBP officials told Wyden that the mother would quickly be taken to a hospital for evaluation. Their status was not clear Saturday night.

Ian Philabaum, program director for the legal group Innovation Law Lab, said the family’s plight would have been much different without Wyden’s assistance.

“If not for the presence of a U.S. senator, another asylum seeker would have been sent back to dangerous conditions in Mexico, the same country she is fleeing, and despite the fact that she is pregnant and in dire need of medical attention,” said Philabaum, who accompanied Wyden on his two-day border tour.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 10 August 2019 at 14:20

New Mexico Refused To Give ICE Employment Records, Won’t Let Trump ‘Destroy Families’

By Gavrielle Jacobovitz, Arthur Delaney, and Roque Planas
08/09/2019 01:58 PM ET

New Mexico denied U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement requests for the state’s employment records, including records on residents receiving unemployment benefits, the state’s workforce director said. 

The workforce system ICE wanted to access includes the names, addresses and financial information of practically every working and unemployed person in the state, Bill McCamley, secretary of the Department of Workforce Solutions, told HuffPost. 

“This governor is not going to participate in the Trump administration’s efforts to destroy families,” McCamley added.

The development highlights the growing politicization of ICE operations as Democratic-led jurisdictions refuse to cooperate with what they view as increasingly indiscriminate deportation efforts under President Donald Trump. ICE had largely abandoned large-scale worksite raids in 2008, but the Trump administration has revived them, carrying out the largest single-state operation in the agency’s history this week in Mississippi. 

“It’s not a secret the information that ICE is asking for will be used for those sorts of things,” McCamley said in reference to the Mississippi raids.

“It’s bad for families, it’s bad for our communities, it’s bad for businesses, it’s just bad,” McCamley told HuffPost.

It’s bad for families, it’s bad for our communities, it’s bad for businesses, it’s just bad. Bill McCamley, New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions

An ICE investigator told the New Mexico workforce department that it already had access to Texas workforce data, as the Albuquerque Journal first reported on Thursday. The Texas Workforce Commission confirmed it had provided such access in a statement to the Las Cruces Sun-News. “This limited access only includes information related to wage records, unemployment compensation claim benefit data and very limited employer information,” the commission said. 

It’s not clear how many other states hand over payroll information to ICE. The agency has previously said it routinely issues subpoenas for such information to state and local governments, as well as private companies. Earlier this year, a Montana labor department employee said he quit his job rather than cooperate with such a subpoena.

An ICE spokesperson did not immediately offer details in response to a HuffPost request on Friday. 

ICE relies heavily on state cooperation and local laws to bolster its deportation efforts. A custody transfer from a local jail, for example, is more efficient and less risky for officers than attempting to arrest someone in public or at their home. Things like driving under the influence, driving without a license and marijuana possession are among the most common infractions that have landed unauthorized migrants in ICE custody under Trump, according to agency statistics released to HuffPost last year. 

That means migrants are less likely to face the prospect of ICE detention in a liberal state like California, where weed is legal, undocumented immigrants can get drivers licenses and the state restricts cooperation between local jails and ICE. The Republican-led state legislature in Texas, by contrast, passed a law in 2017 prohibiting local jurisdictions from creating “sanctuary” policies, and the state shares its labor data with ICE and prohibits unauthorized migrants from driving legally. 

After an employee of the New Mexico workforce department first denied ICE’s request late last week — from an ICE investigator requesting the data for its El Paso office — ICE reached out to other members of the office’s staff, according to McCamley. Staff members denied the request again. Then McCamley’s office sent out a department-wide memo to its employees indicating that if a law enforcement official contacted them, the communication should go through the department’s legal office. McCamley also informed ICE that all future requests would only go through the department’s chief legal counsel.

On Thursday, a lawyer from ICE in El Paso requested a written statement from McCamley’s office detailing its policy. McCamley said that if a law enforcement agency has a “targeted specific investigation,” the office would “consider whether to cooperate on a case by case basis.” For instance, the department is on a human trafficking task force, and by law, can work with law enforcement agencies on child support payment enforcement.

McCamley emphasized that the decision on whether to agree to requests from agency officials is completely within the office’s federal and state legal authority. 

There are two issues with ICE’s request, McCamley said. First, the workforce department isn’t going to provide law enforcement agencies “complete and unfettered access to the personal data of every person in the state,” which raises “a ton of privacy concerns.” Second, he’s from a border community — Las Cruces, New Mexico — and understands what the human consequences will be.

“Two years ago, ICE came door to door in my town, with my neighbors, and took people away at 6 in the morning with no warning,” McCamly recounted. He was a state representative at the time. Later that morning, he heard from a middle school teacher saying a 12-year-old girl was crying because her father was taken by law enforcement officials.

“It seems pretty obvious that ICE was going to use whatever employer information they can get to do these sorts of things [like the raids in Mississippi] over and over again,” McCamley added. “It’s not a secret. And that’s not something we are going to participate in.” 
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 31 August 2019 at 13:07

Ilhan Omar Demands United Nations Take Over America’s Border Crisis

by Ryan Saavedra
August 28, 2019


Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) demanded this week that the United States bring in the United Nations to handle the border crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border, a move that would undermine the United States' national sovereignty.

Omar made the remarks on Tuesday while speaking to her constituents during an immigration forum in south Minneapolis.

Omar, who was accused this week of having an affair with a married man, lectured the audience about losing the "moral high ground" on the issue of immigration.

"We should do what any other country does by dealing with this situation in a serious way," Omar said. "So, we have to bring in the United Nations high commissioner on refugees, an agency that has the expertise and the training to handle massive flows of refugees humanely."

Before Omar made those remarks she suggested without evidence that the United States government was arresting and deporting illegal aliens because they were poor.

This is not Omar's first time making calls for radical moves that would make the United States weaker.

In February, Omar called for the elimination of the entire Department of Homeland Security (DHS) which is the national security apparatus that is largely responsible for protecting the United States. DHS was created after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, which resulted in the deaths of thousands of Americans.

"When Democrats stood our ground last month, we proved that Individual 1 does not have the public support to ram his hateful wall through Congress," Omar tweeted. "Let’s stand firm: #Not1Dollar for DHS."

Last month, socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) joined Omar and called for the eliminating DHS.

"ICE is not under DOJ, it's under the Department of Homeland Security and so we have now —" Ocasio-Cortez said in an interview.

"Would you get rid of Homeland Security too?" Ocasio-Cortez was asked.

"I think so," Ocasio-Cortez responded. "I think so."

Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 31 August 2019 at 21:20
^ The United Nations is all you bloody need! They are the bastards that ruined everything here!

:- Made us give Abos rights to be a “protected species”, let them have a free for all by robbing tax payers.

Judges pulling out Boong rule books just for them. They made us have this African problem we have now.

When we set up refugee detention camps they come over and boss us around!

They DO undermine a nation’s policy. Just a bunch of crap nations bossing the better ones around!

Australia signed all these treaties with them to “show pony” around we are a “civilised nation”.

Well we are becoming a “free for all” and we are “de- evolving” because of their policies and B/S political correctness.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 29 September 2019 at 00:00
Now we're not even allowed to call the illegal muds what they are, since everything a White Person says that a nigger or mud race doesn't agree with is hate speech. So here's another law on the books to punish Whites and allow illegal mud races undeserved protection by our jewish occupied government.


City bans calling someone an ‘illegal alien’ out of hate

By Rich Calder, Julia Marsh and Aaron Feis
September 26, 2019 | 6:55pm

It’s now against the law in New York City to threaten someone with a call to immigration authorities or refer to them as an “illegal alien” when motivated by hate.

The restrictions — violations of which are punishable by fines of up to $250,000 per offense — are outlined in a 29-page directive released by City Hall’s Commission on Human Rights.

“‘Alien’ — used in many laws to refer to a ‘noncitizen’ person — is a term that may carry negative connotations and dehumanize immigrants, marking them as ‘other,'” reads one passage of the memo. “The use of certain language, including ‘illegal alien’ and ‘illegals,’ with the intent to demean, humiliate, or offend a person or persons constitutes discrimination.”

The directive goes on to list several examples of acts and comments that would run afoul of the restrictions, including harassing people over their accents or grasp of English, or wielding the threat of a call to Immigration and Customs Enforcement as a tool of hate.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 03 October 2019 at 16:50
This mud can say this with little to no backlash,  but if a White said the same thing about any other race we'd be bombarded with the "evil White supremacists" narrative from the propaganda media. I'm so sick of the double standards


Rashida Tlaib, in contentious tour, tells Detroit police chief to hire only black analysts for facial recognition program

By Ronn Blitzer | Fox News

Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., has never been afraid to voice her opinion. From her calls to shut down U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to her push to impeach President Trump, take a look back at her most controversial statements over the past two years.

Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib told Detroit’s chief of police that he should hire only black people as analysts to run their facial recognition software because, she claimed, non-black people think they all look alike.

The suggestion came Monday as Chief James Craig gave Tlaib a tour of the Real Time Crime Center, where the department uses facial recognition technology to find suspects. Craig was showing Tlaib how the software works, and how analysts use it to identify and locate individuals. But the tour quickly turned contentious as the freshman Michigan congresswoman made repeated requests that were shot down by the chief.

“Analysts need to be African-Americans, not people that are not,” Tlaib said. “It’s true, I think non-African-Americans think African-Americans all look the same!” She said she has witnessed people confuse Reps. John Lewis, D-Ga., and Elijah Cummings, D-Md., who both are black and bald.

Craig, who is black, did not go for Tlaib’s suggestion.

“I trust people who are trained, regardless of race, regardless of gender,” he responded.

This came after Tlaib claimed that “the error rate among African-Americans, especially women,” was 60 percent.

“I understand the technology real well,” Craig said. He showed Tlaib how his analysts examine the software’s results before making determinations.

“See if you can get some of our money back until they fix it,” Tlaib said, to which Craig simply replied, “No.”

When asked if defendants were prosecuted solely based on facial recognition results, Craig said they were not.

The tour, which was recorded and then posted by a reporter with The Detroit News, got off to a rocky start when Tlaib asked the reporter, “Are you facial recognizing me right now? I’m sorry who are you and why are you videotaping me?”

Afterward, the Detroit News reporter followed up on Tlaib’s assertion that only black people should be hired to use the facial recognition software.

“Are you saying white people are not qualified to --,” he said, before Tlaib cut him off.

“No, I think there’s actually been studies out that it’s hard for, you know, like African-Americans would identify African-Americans, similar, Latino same thing,” she said.

When asked if that would mean African-Americans should not be allowed to identify white people, Tlaib said, “Look it up,” and walked away.

The Detroit Police Department extended the invitation to Tlaib in August, after she described facial recognition technology as “bulls---.”

Craig made headlines in 2015 after he said more citizens should be armed. While in the past he supported increased restrictions on weapons and ammunition, his position changed after visiting Maine and Los Angeles, where permits for carrying concealed weapons are easier to acquire.

“I changed my orientation real quick,” Craig said. “Maine is one of the safest places in America. Clearly, suspects knew that good Americans were armed.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 04 October 2019 at 04:12
Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib told Detroit’s chief of police that he should hire only black people as analysts to run their facial recognition software because, she claimed, non-black people think they all look alike.

If she'd said that in Australia outside parliament AND she was White, she would've been sacked from the party, charged under racial anti-vilification laws and then thrown out of parliament. If she was White and had said it in parliament, then parliamentary privilege would have protected her from criminal charges, but she still would have been thrown out of the party. Of course it was a mud, so the treatment here is the same as the treatment there ... Black Privilege.

Addressing what it said instead of the tone of the anti-White rant: Of course we Whites are RACIST! We would have described George Zimmerman as a Wetback instead of a murderous White Supremacist.


How many innocent White folk died because Niggers, Jews and Libtards all falsely claimed Zimmerman was White?

Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 06 October 2019 at 14:22

AOC pushes national rent control, welfare for illegal immigrants in latest massive proposal

By Adam Shaw

AOC pushes national rent control, welfare for illegal immigrants in latest massive proposal

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., is promoting a new package of left-wing economic policies, including national rent control and expanding welfare to illegal immigrants across the country, as part of a massive new proposal aiming to achieve a “just society.”

The freshman lawmaker, who champions the multi-trillion-dollar Green New Dealproposal to combat economic inequality and climate change, has now proposed a package of bills aimed at solving perceived economic injustice.

“A just society provides a living wage, safe working conditions, and healthcare. A just society acknowledges the value of immigrants to our communities. A just society guarantees safe, comfortable, and affordable housing,” the website for the package says. “By strengthening our social and economic foundations, we are preparing ourselves to embark on the journey to save our planet by rebuilding our economy and cultivate a just society.”

That “Just Society” proposals are made up of six different pieces of legislation that deal with issues including housing, welfare, poverty and human rights.

“The Place to Prosper Act” would prevent year-over-year rent increases of more than three percent. Meanwhile, “The Embrace Act” would allow illegal immigrants to claim the same welfare benefits as U.S. citizens and those immigrants here legally,

“Notwithstanding any other provision of law ... an individual who is an alien (without regard to the immigration status of that alien) may not be denied any Federal public benefit solely on the basis of the individual’s immigration status,” the bill reads.

A federal public benefit is defined as: “any grant, contract, loan, professional license, or commercial license provided by an agency of the United States or by appropriated funds of the United States; and...any retirement, welfare, health, disability, public or assisted housing, postsecondary education, food assistance, unemployment benefit, or any other similar benefit for which payments or assistance are provided to an individual, household, or family eligibility unit by an agency of the United States or by appropriated funds of the United States.”

A similar bill “The Mercy in Re-entry Act”uses similar language to stop the granting of public benefits based on whether a person was convicted of a criminal offense.

Still another bill, "The Recognizing Poverty Act," would direct the Department of Health and Human Services to update the federal poverty level by taking into account “geographic cost variation, costs related to health insurance, work expenses for the family, child care needs, and new necessities, like internet access.” Another bill would urge the U.S. to ratify the U.N.’s Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.

It is unclear how such a radical package would go down in the Democrat-controlled House, while it would almost certainly be dead on arrival in the Republican-controlled Senate. However, it could still prove to have a significant influence on U.S. politics.

Ocasio-Cortez’s Green New Deal was initially treated as something of an oddity by both conservatives and some Democrats. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., dismissed it as the "Green dream or whatever they call it."

But now a form of a Green New Deal is embraced by many 2020 Democrats on the campaign trail, although a test vote in the Senate on the measure failed during the summer. Other left-wing proposals such as "Medicare-for-all" and providing healthcare for illegal immigrants have also been adopted by some of those vying for the White House.

“I think the conversation that the Green New Deal sparked — like if I had to decide would I rather have the resolution passed or would I have rather preferred we start a national conversation about the urgency of the climate crisis — I would have chosen the latter every single time,” Ocasio-Cortez told NPR last month.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 06 October 2019 at 20:31
America is”We the people” ! Not “We the people outside our boarders”!

Sounds horrid! Turning into a “free for all” that the libtards think is a “just society”. Let’s see your taxes ascend due to the freeloaders?
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 13 October 2019 at 12:57
Another law to disarm us and try to make us easier to control. Luckily only a handful states are pushing these laws for now, but our enemies are working hard to implement these types of gun laws nationwide.


California adopts nation's broadest gun seizure laws

By Melissa Leon | Fox News

California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsomsigned 15 gun-related bills into law Friday, tightening the state's already-stringent Second Amendment restrictions.

One of the bills, which expands a so-called "red flag" law to allow co-workers, employers and educators to seek gun violence restraining orders against firearms owners they fear are a danger to themselves and others, was vetoed twice by Newsom's predecessor, Jerry Brown.

Newsom also signed a companion bill allowing the gun violence restraining orders to last one and five years, although the gun owners could petition to end those restrictions earlier. The bill also allows judges to issue search warrants at the same time as they grant the orders. The warrants can be used immediately if the gun owners are served with the relinquishment orders but fail to turn over the firearms or ammunition.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 14 October 2019 at 00:58
That's basically a version of the same law in Australia. To obtain a firearms licence in Australia, you must be of good merit. If you already have a firearms licence and the police determine that you are a Nazi - perhaps due to something innocuous you wrote in jest on Facebook - they can and will rock up to your home and confiscate all items deemed to be weapons or to appear to look or be able to be used as weapons.

Muslims who are on the anti-terrorist watch list are left alone with their weapons, because it would be a RACIST! violation of their rights, to single them out for gun confiscation based on their religion, their associates, and their vocal enmity of White Australia.

Taking guns away from Jews? Don't be anti-Semitic!

Only White people can be racist - and all racists are Domestic Terrorists. So says the US Federal Government.

It looks like California has gone the same way.

"Red Flag" Law? It's real name is "The Cohen Law." As predicted in 1979's The Turner Diaries by Dr Pierce.

Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 19 October 2019 at 13:58

California governor pardons 3 convicted immigrants to help block deportations

By Danielle Wallace | Fox News

California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Friday he’s pardoning three immigrants who've been convicted of crimes as part of an effort to protect them from deportation to their home countries.

The three men -- originally from El Salvador, Iran and Cambodia --- broke the law as teens or young adults, served their sentences and have taken steps to rehabilitate themselves, the governor’s office said.

But Newsom’s pardons do not completely shield the men from deportation. The move instead erases the mens' criminal records to prevent past offenses from being considered in their deportation cases. All three men live in Los Angeles County and were brought to the U.S. legally as children, the governor’s office said.

“The Governor regards clemency as an important part of the criminal justice system that can incentivize accountability and rehabilitation, increase public safety by removing counterproductive barriers to successful reentry, and correct unjust results in the legal system,” a news release said.

The governor, a Democrat, pardoned 38-year old Victor Ayala, who in 2001 at age 21 was convicted of felony robbery and sentenced to probation for pushing a security guard while shoplifting from an electronics store, The Sacramento Bee reported. He also had four prior misdemeanor convictions for theft and a hit-and-run in which no one suffered injuries, Los Angeles' KTLA-TV reported.

According to the governor’s office, Ayala’s parents brought him legally into the U.S. from El Salvador when he was 2. He is now a father of three who owns a carpet-cleaning business.

Newsom also pardoned 41-year-old Thear Seam, who at age 18 was convicted of robbing a man’s wallet and backpack. He was convicted as an accessory the next year after leading police on a high-speed chase while helping another man, a car thief whole stole a separate vehicle, evade arrest, KTLA reported.

Seam entered the U.S. legally as a 4-year-old refugee fleeing Cambodia from the Khmer Rouge. His wife and daughter are both U.S. citizens and he’s worked for 17 years at an aviation company.

The third immigrant to be pardoned was Arnou Aghamalian, 42, who as a 22-year-old in 1999 was convicted of helping his cousin set a nightclub owner’s unoccupied car on fire after a dispute. Newson’s office said Aghamalian entered the U.S. with his family at age 15 as a refugee from Iran. He and his wife are the parents to newborns twins. He now owns a solar energy company.

In addition to pardoning the three immigrants, Newsom pardoned a fourth man, 59-year-old Curtis Reynolds of Sacramento Country, who was convicted of six drug felonies including possession for sale between 1998 and 2003, The Bee reported. Newsom said since his convictions, Reynolds has dedicated his life to volunteering to help those struggling with addiction.

Newsom also commuted the sentences for two men previously facing life in prison. Esdvin Flores, 44, has served 20 years behind bars for robbing a woman at gunpoint at age 23. Jensen Ramos, 35, has served 17 years for attempted murder after firing at a car fleeing a brawl at a house party when he was 17. The governor’s office said both men have taken steps to rehabilitate themselves from behind bars. The commutations make both eligible to enter into parole hearings.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 06 November 2019 at 00:04
How stupid can this mud be? It's "job" in Congress is to make laws, not encouraging the breaking of laws.


Watch: Leftist Anarchy in NYC As Hundreds Break the Law With the Blessing of AOC

Posted at 10:30 am on November 04, 2019
by Nick Arama

As we go into 2020, people are considering for whom to cast their votes.

When you get right down to it, it’s about are you more for advancing the move toward socialism and the upending of the rule of law that Democrats and the left offer or for defeating that as much as possible and voting for a strong America?

Leftists showed another example of where they’d like to take us in NYC this week.

Some people in NYC were disturbed by two events involving the police and citizens which had been widely misreported. One incident involved a 19-year-old black man who was taken down by police on a subway train because of a report he had a gun. Witnesses said they had seen him with a gun before he fled into the subway. Reports indicated he was also wanted for a past larceny. The second incident involved a 15-year-old black teen who was allegedly punched by a police officer during a scuffle on a subway platform. Both stories were portrayed as the actions being taken because the people had evaded the subway fare when there appears to have been more to the stories. People were also upset over a proposed crackdown on fare evaders with more cops in the subway.

These events prompted leftist marches in Brooklyn on Friday and Saturday. Now, regardless of the facts of the case (because the left never actually cares about the actual facts), the leftist protests went far beyond simply protesting police brutality.

They called for the disarming and the elimination of the NYPD, eliminating arrests for evading the subway fare, as well as eliminating the subway fare altogether. And they encouraged harassment and violence against the police.

Protesters blocked traffic and chanted, “F*ck the police” and “NYPD has got to go.” They carried banners that called cops pigs and another huge banner which urged people to “punch a cop” and “hit ’em.” One person was arrested for writing “pigs” on a cop car, another for spitting on a cop. The subway was also vandalized with anarchy signs and anti-police curses. People also surrounded and vandalized an MTA bus which a passenger said was “scary.”

The SBA (Sergeants Benevolent Association) blamed the failure of Mayor Bill de Blasio to support the police and the rule of law.

And what was the reaction of Democrats to this?

The person the DNC chair called the “future of the Democratic Party,” Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) endorsed the anti-cop protesters jumping the turnstiles, tweeting this video.

From Fox News:

“Ending mass incarceration means challenging a system that jails the poor to free the rich,” the left-wing freshman congresswoman tweeted, retweeting a video of protesters jumping subway turnstiles in Brooklyn Friday night.

In the video, protesters are shown helping each other jump turnstiles without paying the fare, while others are holding signs with slogans like “No cops, no fares.” One straphanger who did choose to pay the fare can be heard being yelled at by a protester.

“How do you spell racist? N-Y-P-D,” protesters in the video chant. But the anti-cop chants heard in the video didn’t prevent Ocasio-Cortez from lending her support to their actions.

“Arresting people who can’t afford a $2.75 fare makes no-one safer and destabilizes our community,” she said. “New Yorkers know that, they’re not having it and they’re standing up for each other.”

Thanks for endorsing law-breaking and chaos. Not to mention how to further bankrupt the system. The MTA lost $215 million due to evading fares last year. Guess what happens then? Services to people get cut including to people who actually pay because of people unwilling to pay.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 22 November 2019 at 13:14
I haven't really cared one way or the other on the impeachment inquiry of kike lover Trump but I did find this statement interesting.


Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 06 December 2019 at 01:17
I understand each state have their own power and state laws, but they are part of the United States and suppose to be under federal law. So my conclusion which should also be everyone else's is:

For all these states to allow these illegal mud races to be released and call themselves sanctuary states the federal government must also approve of it.


ICE official blasts NY authorities for releasing twice-deported suspect facing manslaughter charge

By Julia Musto | Fox News.

A New York Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) official said Wednesday that sanctuary city policies make criminals feel more comfortable.

Appearing on "Fox & Friends First" with host Rob Schmitt, New York Field Office Director Thomas Decker said, "if you were a criminal coming to the United States illegally you would go to a sanctuary city."

Last week, ICE arrested 32-year-old illegal immigrant Feliciano Perez-Bautista in White Plains, New York. Perez-Bautista is a Mexicannational who was arrested by the Yonkers Police Department in July after facing charges of manslaughter and gang assault. He had been previously deported twice --in May 2013 and September 2014. He is now in ICE custody, awaiting his third deportation.

According to the Epoch Times, ICE lodged multiple detainers with Yonkers and Westchester police departments, but the requests were disregarded and Perez-Bautista was released under the county's Immigrant Protection Act. Federal authorities were reportedly not notified.

In a statement, Yonkers Police Department spokesman Dean Politopoulos said, "Perez-Bautista was in Yonkers Police custody from the time of his arrest on the 11th to the time of his arraignment on the 12th...Subsequent to his arraignment, the court and corrections has jurisdiction over his physical custody."

Under federal law, ICE has the authority to lodge immigration detainers with law enforcement partners who have custody of individuals arrested on criminal charges and who ICE has probable cause to believe are removable aliens. The detainer asks other law enforcement to notify the agency in advance of release and to maintain custody of the individual for a brief period of time prior to their release into ICE custody.

Decker explained that Westchester County administration and politicians passed the Immigrant Protection Act a more than a year ago, which "basically put a stop to releasing an honoring detainers."

The measure prevents the county from using any of its resources to assist in federal investigations based on race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, or national origin.

Decker told Schmitt that county law enforcement is using the law to ignore ICE's detainer requests "by saying they can't meet it because of a judicial warrant."

"Which judicial judges can't issue because it's a civil violation," he added.

"What happens is that you have individual subjects -- who've been arrested by the police and they should be removed from the country -- be released back into the community," said Decker. "So, what that tells other immigrants or citizens of the community is that all of a sudden, if you go and be a witness -- you know, if you're a victim -- going to the police that person's going to be released right back into the community."

According to the New York Daily News, from July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019 the NYPD has accepted none of the 2,916 detainer requests submitted by ICE. Decker noted that was about 56 people released per week, which is 183 percent higher than just two years before.
Title: Re: Enemies in the U.S. Government
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 06 December 2019 at 02:43
I understand each state have their own power and state laws, but they are part of the United States and suppose to be under federal law. So my conclusion which should also be everyone else's is:

For all these states to allow these illegal mud races to be released and call themselves sanctuary states the federal government must also approve of it.

You are 100% correct, brother.

Australia and America are much the same regarding state vs federal laws. The states have the independent right to make up their own laws, providing they comply with the federal constitution, bill of rights and related federal laws. Federal laws supersede state laws in all matters. The federal authority maintains the right to act with complete disregard to state laws. If federal authority does not to comply with federal law and instead accepts state law, it is because the authority chooses to do so. The question then comes down to, who is at the top of the food chain?

In the USA, that's the POTUS and the Federal Attorney General along with the federal judges. In Australia, it's the Prime Minister and Federal Attorney General alone.

Forget the Senate and the House of Representatives. They are there to debate the enacting of new laws and the dismissal of old laws. It has been the same since the days of the ancient Roman Republic. Responsibility for upholding the law lies within the prerogative of the President of the US and the Prime Minister of Australia. If they want something done, it will be done; if they want something left undone, then that's the way it will be.

US Trump pays lip-service to being tough on crime and illegal entry to the US - the same as the Australian Prime Minister. Meanwhile, both are overseeing the activation of new anti-White laws, along with the mass importation of a third-world slave population with the goal of replacing White Australians and White Americans completely by 2060 at the latest. Even worse than that: Neither country has the economic resources, the natural resources or the infrastructure to support their current population, and things are only going to get worse.

... But that's what Trump and his Australian counterpart want. Cheap third-world labour living and breeding like rats.