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AMERICA IN DANGER AS SHE CELEBRATES 235 YEARS INDEPENDENCE

THESE are words to celebrate the joy of being American as we remember that, 235 years ago, The Republic of the United States of America was created the 4th of July 1776. 


Receiving a magnificent country as America is a precious gift and a privilege that no American should take for granted. 
WHO do we thank in this particular case? 


Above all, we must thank G-d Almighty for having allowed that our Founding Fathers proceeded with the establishment of our country, saving her from the claws of the Brits, refusing servitude. 


They stood up to oppression; they knew that Freedom was precious enough to risk their lives to fight for it. 


After Independence, Americans went ahead and fought for the abolition of slavery which legally had existed for over a century, well before 1776.  Slavery in America was abolished in 1865.


In all, our Constitution gave broad rights to American citizens in one of the most complete and complex set of laws the world had thus far. 


Let's fast forward to contemporary America.


Though our people fought slavery in the past, as we entered the XXIst century, slavery is a threat still looming upon our lives. The threat, however, is aimed at us, contemporary freedom-loving Americans.


Some may agree that we have forgotten the lessons taught by slavery -and may be prone to not identify it even if it knocks at our doors, when we see a silent invader roaming our streets and we don’t dare call it as it is:   


The invasion of America is taking place as we speak, but if we remove those blinders, we can still stop it.


What has happened to our country?  How did this situation begin?


It all began when then Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy heavily supported the abolition of the National Origins Formula, in place since the Immigration Act of 1924, to replace it with the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965. 

 
In a flagrant display of nepotism in America, when the three Kennedy brothers took the reins of American politics, immigration reform was a critical issue for the family community of origin: the Irish.  


Thus, President John Kennedy; his brother, Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy and their youngest brother, Attorney General Bob Kennedy, feverishly worked to attain the family goal.  And attain it they did. 


The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, also known as The Hart-Celler act –as per the name of its proponents, US Rep Emanuel Celler of New York and co-sponsor US Senator Philip Hart of Michigan– abandoned the initial structure of American immigration policy from the 1920s and replaced it with a system focusing on immigrants’ skills and family relationships with American citizens or legal residents of the US.  It also restricted visas to 170,000 per year –not including immediate relatives of American citizens, and some other exceptions. 


As he signed the new legislation into law, October 3rd, 1965,  then President Lyndon B. Johnson  said that the “[old] system violates the basic principle of American democracy, the principle that values and rewards each man on the basis of his merit as a man. It has been un-American in the highest sense, because it has been untrue to the faith that brought thousands to these shores even before we were a country." 


That Act came into effect on July 1, 1968 and along with the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952, both are the pillars of America’s current immigration pattern. 


Despite assurances by the Kennedys that the immigration reform they were pressing for, would not upset America’s ethnical balance: “It will not cause American workers to lose their jobs…,” it ended up altering the immigration pattern and opening doors to non-European nations, thus changing forever the intrinsic tissue of American society. 


As we celebrate America’s Independence Day, it’s noteworthy that the percentage reduction of original American voters, might have been a defining factor in the election of someone like the current president, who among other goals, seems to be keen in opening further our borders to endlessly increasing numbers of immigrants who, regardless of their skin color, are bringing in a whole new texture of culture, 100% foreign to what America’s origins were as its wonderful adventure began back in 1776.  


As America celebrates her 235th Independence Day, she finds herself under siege from all kinds of enemies:  The known and the unknown; the external and the internal enemy.  


The external enemy is that whose goal is to expand so much throughout the world with its most coveted prize: our land. 

 
The internal enemy is represented by generations of leading rulers and classes whose main goal has not been the well-being of America or the improvement of standard of living of Americans but who had in mind, above all, their personal agendas and their own business interests. 


One Administration after the other has kept the immigration-invasion under the radar, hiding behind the First Amendment to the Constitution that stands for “freedom of religion” in our country. 


However, the First Amendment does not stipulate that “freedom of religion” must be upheld even if the followers of a religion have perpetrated an attack on, and massacred, our civilian population in times of peace, especially if that religion incites to the destruction of our country, our people, and our values. 


Republican and Democratic administrations alike are guilty of covering up, not only of allowing, indiscriminate immigration but have become accomplices of supporting and promoting terror inside our borders. 


Just as recent as last week, the current president and his administration have officially recognized a terror promoting organization, the Muslim Brotherhood, and have,instead, added our friend and ally, Israel, to the I.C.E. terrorist list -all of the above has also been done relatively under the radar. 


Americans have the right to know that there is a deadly threat looming menacingly on their lives as well as the lives of many unborn generations ahead of them. 


The enemy has received clear instructions to invade us and overpower us. It is here and it is now. 


This is the day, this is the time, when Americans must remove their blinders and look straight in the eyes at the danger in front of them and decide what to do.  


It is, after all, America’s Independence Day.

 

Goodwill Ambassador Eliana Benador is a national and international political adviser, global strategist and the former CEO and founder of Benador Associates. She can be followed on Twitter and on her political page on Facebook and her business page on Facebook

 

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Comment by TaterSalad on July 6, 2011 at 12:00pm

 

Do you want Sharia Law to get a foothold in American courts throughout the United States?   H.R. 973 has been introduced and needs to be advanced in Congress and made into law.  Every Congressmen who does not vote affirmative for this law needs to be "exposed" to the American people.
 
 What is H.R. 973? This is a simple, short bill designed to protect Americans from being forced under laws which we did not enact, but were enacted by foreign powers or foreign peoples. The motivation for this bill is primarily that the sponsors do not want judges to use Shariah law, but this bill would apply to any foreign law which judges might use to subvert the Constitution or the will of the people of the United States. We are a sovereign nation.
 
Please visit these websites and get the true facts needed to write your Senators and Representatives demanding them to support this Bill.
 
 
 
Comment by ALice Christian on July 6, 2011 at 2:14am

Very well said Elaina,

This is the reason the Tea Party exists. To fight the leftist Socialists and be safe by impeaching Obama.  The legistlature does not have the courage to face up to Obama our live-in president who is a Marxist sympathizer and more.

 

We need to get him gone before he sets his army of terrorists loose in the USA. He is all for the ,killing of us and all non-Islamic people. 

 

We cannot wait for Congress to get off their weak, greedy buts and fight for the restoration of our nation.. It won't be easy but freedom is a prize we have had since our forefathers fought the British and made laws and the Constitution to protect us from evil. Now we have a terrorist in the Whte House appointing Marxists and taking our civial rights away oine by one. His buddies < the Muslim Broitherhood visits OUR White House.  Mr Obama is a selfish, evil, naccisstic barbarian who has crazy self-centred aims to be the Chief of Muslimhood.

 

Watchig the firewroorks yesterday I almost cried listening to our favorite Patriotic songs and watching the people having fun. Yes freedom is precious and Obama needs to be impeached very very soon or we will be living in a vast nothingness.  WE must come together and fight for our country and it's people.

 

 

 

God Bless America

Comment by Elizabeth Shea on July 5, 2011 at 11:52pm
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Comment by Lawrence Brown on July 5, 2011 at 7:26pm
How many people in this country has ever defended anything? We are losing this country without a shot being fired in our defense. Anyone who wont stand up for this country doesnot deserve to have any rights. Black obama and the liberals of both parties are taking us down to third world status and general public dont care. There are many of us former military that will stand tall and defend USA,some will survive others wont. Those that dont stand will become slaves to a freedom less country.
Comment by Sandra Glynn Romero on July 5, 2011 at 7:09pm

James,  I am a pacifist.  Any war is enough for any sane person.  (The problem is there are alot of people in the world who are not what I call sane who go around starting wars that others have to try and win.)  However, even a sane person who hates war can be compelled to participate in a war for the right reasons.  For example, I have and will always walk away from a confrontation between myself and someone else who seeks a violent outcome.  However, I will (and have on many occasions) stand up and physically defend any one who is attacked by another, at risk to myself if necessary.   That is because I believe the only thing worth defending and/or putting yourself on the line for is a principle.  If a person will not stand in defense of a principle then that person has no principles.   I also believe that sometimes a principle warrants war.  Just my opinion, and I could very well be wrong.  Also, I recognize that it might be easier for me to think this way because I have never had to fight in a war.  I have fought for my principles however. 

 

Anyway, we're all good.  At least I hope we're all good?  Happy belated Independence Day!

Comment by James R. Norris on July 5, 2011 at 6:41pm
Sandra, The a is a typo, the two m's in amendment is a misspell.  I'm loosing some of it in my old age.  In reading your last comment, we may not be so far apart.  As far as people willing to go to war, maybe I got a little war overdose.  Maybe you didn't get enough.
Comment by Sandra Glynn Romero on July 5, 2011 at 5:29pm
 
You're right this is not the place, but you brought it up, so here is my response, and then I too am done with it.
 
"By 1804 many Northern states still had not abolished slavery." 
I quoted from historical sources that "most Northern states", not ALL, which leaves some - maybe "many", maybe not - semantics. 
 
"The amancipation proclamation only freed slaves "held within any state or designated part of a state the people wherof shall then be in rebellion against the United States" ". 
I made no mention of the Emancipation Proclamation.  (spelled with an E not an A).
 
"The US constitution protected slave trade for over 20 years over the objections of Virginia and other southern states."  
I never said the Constitution did not protect slave trade, whether for over 20 years over the objections of Virginia and other southern states or not.  In fact I pointed out that that was exactly what it did, implicitly if not explicitly, and I quote my previous post:  "the continuance of slavery was clearly sanctioned in the US Constitution"
 
"Only after the South had seceded from the union of the North was a clear prohibition written into a constitution outlawing the slave trade.  It is Article 1, Section 9 of the Constitution of the Confederate States of America.  That's right, Confederate States of America."  
I made no comment whatsoever about there being a prohibition outlawing slave trade written into any constitution, confederate or otherwise.
 
"In 1859 the export of only cotton from the southern states amounted to $161,434,923.  The total of all exports from the northern states amounted to $78,217,202.  A proposed ammendment to the US constitution prior to the war allowing unlimited slave trade if the southern states would agree to certain tarrifs and taxes was defeated primarily by southern politicians." 
I also made no comment about anything to do with the value of the various exports from the north or the south prior to the war, so I do not understand this tangent.
 
"If slavery were the only issue, why fire a shot?  Just support the unreasonable taxes and keep moving. " 
I also never said that slavery was "the only issue".  I said it was an underlying cause, and I prefaced that comment with "My Opinion", which it is.   I made that comment because you claimed that  "States' Rights" was the cause of the Civil War. 
 
"Like most wars it was about power and wealth - Certainly not about the humility of any suffering people directly involved."
I never claimed otherwise.  However, I disagree with you here, that "like most wars it was about power and wealth".  If you believe that then you do our country and our armed services a huge disservice.  I happen to believe that there have been and are now people in this country who were willing to go to war for reasons other than power and wealth.  If you think otherwise, I pity you.
 
I apologize if I have upset you with facts that, in my mind, lead to the conclusions with which I happen to agree and with which you apparently do not. 
Comment by Sandra Glynn Romero on July 5, 2011 at 5:04pm

Rick Buggy,

 

I agree with you 100%.  My apologies.  My post on the causes of the Civil War should have been directed at the individal who claimed it was "States' Rights" and not Slavery.  It was also in response to Mr. John Delasaux who asked "If the Civil War was not about slavery, why was Lincoln moved to write the Emancipation Proclamation?"

 

Anyway, I am with you 100% on everything you said.  A previous post of mine on this blog was more to the point of Ms. Benador's piece.  In fact, I responded an earlier post who claimed her piece sounded too "racist" for the Tea Party.  My response was "Whether it sounds racist or not, it is accurate and honest". 

 

I have recognized our situation for quite some time.  In fact, prioir to BHO's election, in answer to a question by my son, I said that if BHO was elected the US would be at risk of being taken over by either the Socialists or by Islam.  As for me, they will have to carry me out feet first before I become subservient to anyone, Muslim or otherwise. 

 

Keep up the good fight. 

Comment by James R. Norris on July 5, 2011 at 4:49pm
The Tea Party Nation is not the place to debate the causes of a War for Southern Independence; therefore, after this I will make no further comment here about this subject.  By 1804 many Northern states still had not abolished slavery.  The amancipation proclamation only freed slaves "held within any state or designated part of a state the people wherof shall then be in rebellion against the United States".  The US constitution protected slave trade for over 20 years over the objections of Virginia and other southern states.  Only after the South had seceded from the union of the North was a clear prohibition written into a constitution outlawing the slave trade.  It is Article 1, Section 9 of the Constitution of the Confederate States of America.  That's right, Confederate States of America.  In 1859 the export of only cotton from the southern states amounted to $161,434,923.  The total of all exports from the northern states amounted to $78,217,202.  A proposed ammendment to the US constitution prior to the war allowing unlimited slave trade if the southern states would agree to certain tarrifs and taxes was defeated primarily by southern politicians.  If slavery were the only issue, why fire a shot?  Just support the unreasonable taxes and keep moving.  Like most wars it was about power and wealth - Certainly not about the humility of any suffering people directly involved.
Comment by Debrajoe Smith-Beatty on July 5, 2011 at 4:27pm
Billy I will donate to snatching Soros. When we get the team, let me know.

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