Birthright Citizenship is one of the primary reasons some see our current US Constitution as a suicide pact. President Trump decries the practice and has promised an executive order that would undo it.
“We’re the only country in the world where a person comes in and has a baby, and the baby is essentially a citizen of the United States … with all of those benefits,” Trump told Axios in an interview taped Monday. “It’s ridiculous. It’s ridiculous. And it has to end.”
He is basically saying he wants to fight on this, because it could be argued that he is flying straight into the teeth of the Fourteenth Amendment.
(This) amendment says, “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside.”
Real Conservatives are predictably aghast. We get the predictable Cuck worship of past precedent when it doesn’t require them to actually fight back against the total unraveling of what America once was before it got soul-sucked, plowed under and turned into Amerika.
But to defy the explicit intentions of our Founding Fathers and the revolutionary philosophy of our nation’s very creation would be unconscionable. When the freedom fighters of what would become the United States revolted against the culture of staid, jus sanguinis of continental Europe, they enshrined the idea of self-determination. Explicitly, birthright citizenship was granted to all Americans with the Fourteenth Amendment, courtesy of precedent established by the Naturalization Act of 1790.
Mopping up the Cuck-spew requires an examination of what The Naturalization Act of 1790 truly did.
The Naturalization Act of 1790 specified that “any alien, being a free white person,” could apply for citizenship, so long as he or she lived in the United States for at least two years, and in the state where the application was filed for at least a year. The new law also provided that “children of citizens of the United States that may be born…out of the limits of the United States shall be considered as natural born citizens.”
This gives us several solutions
So what Donald Trump is doing here is putting Section One of the Fourteenth Amendment into play via the US Court System. This not a bad idea. The Thirteenth through Seventeenth Amendments were a sea change in how our government related to its citizens. They greatly empowered the Federal Government at the expense of both the states and the citizenry. The effort began with the abolition of involuntary servitude except when we hold a military draft or have the IRS garnish wages and then we call involuntary servitude something totally different. By the time we finished reaping The Reconstruction Era Peace Dividend, we had abolished what the US Senate once was, hobbled the state governments, justified Federal interference into every aspect of national life. They were now ten times as potentially tyrannical as King George III.
What drove the change of America into Amerika was the fundamental desire to be rid of anyone that oppose ¡PROGRESS! General Sherman described the attitude that made him feel like a humnaitarian for embarking on his March To The Sea.
If you want to know Sherman’s attitude toward Southerners during the War between the States just look at a July 31, 1862 letter to his wife (from his Collected Works). He wrote that his purpose in the war was: “Extermination, not of soldiers alone, that is the least part of the trouble, but the [Southern] people.” His charming and nurturing wife Ellen wrote back that her fondest wish was for a war “of extermination and that all [Southerners] would be driven like the Swine into the sea.”
Trump is morally decent for challenging the entire edifice in every way possible. The desire to exterminate all enemies of ¡PROGRESS! is no longer the provenance of a brutal man traumatized by the bloodiest war in his nation’s history. Sherman could have perhaps been diagnosed as suffering from PTSD. Michelle “We Can Replace Them” Goldberg of (((The Gnu Yawk Times))) can only be diagnosed with the hateful Progressive bigotry that drives their desire to exterminate any remains of traditional America.
Right now America is tearing itself apart as an embittered white conservative minority clings to power, terrified at being swamped by a new multiracial polyglot majority. The divide feels especially stark in Georgia, where the midterm election is a battle between Trumpist reaction and the multicultural America whose emergence the right is trying, at all costs, to forestall.
So ending Birthright Citizenship is as good of a first shot as any. It is a necessary first shot in a war of national liberation. We will only be one nation under God when we successfully push back until we are no longer order to genuflect before our Federal Masters. Draining the swamp will never occur until we redirect that entire flow that seeps into it from every contour. The shot at the overinterpretation of the Fourteenth Amendment is the first shot at 50 years of Cultural Radicalism.
Trump has thrown the Overton Window wide open by simply mentioning this, and slammed down the hard fork on Leftist legislating from the bench. If you want to talk about draining the swamp or making America Great Again or any of the rest of it, you have hard choices to make.
If you consider the Fourteenth Amendment untouchable, you’ve just sworn your allegiance to INGSOC. If care more about avoiding getting called a racist than you do about the future of your country, then by all means, run away from challenging birthright citizenship and accept your dwindling dhimmitude. If you don’t have the guts to challenge the machine, don’t bitch to me when it grinds you into bulk filler.