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Old 07-06-2014, 05:01 PM
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The need for immigration

If you live in a particular country,,, your family and clan is in a particular country, you tend to remain in your country. The main reason for emigration is to seek an economic climate that is less competitive than your home country. OK, it would seem that emigration is the province of those who are not particularly suited to compete.
I spent 10 years, about 5 months a year driving around Mexico. In general, Mexicans like Mexico. They go north for economic opportunity that is not available to THEM in their home country. The Poles go to Great Britain, etc
The intelligent people who can easily find a job niche in their home country stay home. Australians are the exception.
Those who are not qualified, look for a country that has available jobs for the unqualified.
The PTB have determined that unlimited immigration is the key to breaking down cohesive societies to usher in world collectivism. Nothing new there.
I found an article that justifies high immigration by claiming that it is necessary to attract the best and brightest STUDENTS.

"The EU should "do its best to undermine" the "homogeneity" of its member states, the UN's special representative for migration has said."
"Mr Sutherland recently argued, in a lecture to the London School of Economics, of which he is chairman, that there was a "shift from states selecting migrants to migrants selecting states" and the EU's ability to compete at a "global level" was at risk."
BBC News - EU should 'undermine national homogeneity' says UN migration chief

So, lets look at that. France has 750 areas where the police can not enter because it will set off instant riots. Marseilles is a murder capital. The Nordic countries have been introduced to waves of violent sex crimes.
The Poles are living on barbecued rats.
Homeless Poles living on barbecued rats and alcoholic handwash | UK news | The Guardian

The article is pathetically honest about trying to destroy national identity.
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40 Reasons to OPPOSE the 2013 Comprehensive Immigration Reform - Senate Bill (S. 744)
(aka) ‘‘Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act’’



1.] Allows DHS to grant legal status (registered provision immigrant, or RPI status) in 6 months, before any measure to secure the border has been taken. (Sec. 3, p. 10; Sec.5, p. 24)

2.] Includes the DREAM Act, which puts illegal aliens who entered the U.S. before 16 on a 5 - year path to citizenship. However, unlike previous versions of the bill, there is no age limit and DHS may waive the work/study requirement. (Sec. 2103, p. 112)

3.] Grants amnesty to illegal farm workers and gives them green cards in five years. (Sec. 2211, p. 155; Sec. 2212, p. 177)

4.] Does not require a biometric exit system at all land, air and sea ports of entry to track aliens who enter and leave the U.S., per current law. Instead, Section 3303 requires only a biographic exit system only at air and sea ports that merely collects information on a form or scans your identification document. (Sec. 3303, p. 556)

5.] Does not require any additional border fencing or completion of current border fence requirements. Instead, it requires DHS to submit to Congress a fencing “strategy,”in which DHS recommends what additional fencing is needed along the U.S. - Mexico border, if any. (Sec. 5, p. 24)

6.] Does not require illegal aliens to pay back taxes before getting legal status (RPI status). It only requires RPI applicants to pay back taxes “assessed” at the time of application. (Sec. 2101, p. 70)

7.] Does not require illegal aliens to learn English before receiving amnesty or even a green card. Under Section 2101, an RPI alien who applies for a green card to merely demonstrate that the alien is satisfactorily pursuing a course of study "to achieve an understanding of English and knowledge and understanding" of civics (Sec. 2101, p.105)

8.] Allows illegal aliens who have been deported (for any reason) and/or who have re-entered illegally to apply for RPI status if they have certain family members in the U.S. (Sec. 2101, p. 73)

9.] Does not add any additional Border Patrol agents, who patrol the vast territory between ports of entry. Instead, S.744 adds 3,500 Customs and Border Protection officers, many of whom do only customs work, and are stationed at official ports of entry.

10.] Does not require any border security measures be taken on the northern border or along the coasts where more illegal aliens are arriving to avoid border patrol agents and drug cartels. Instead, it only requires that DHS prepare a border security strategy for the U.S.- Mexico border.

11.] Allows states to grant in-state tuition to illegal aliens — not the aliens who receive amnesty, but all illegal aliens who arrive in the future. (Sec. 2103, p. 119)

12.] Does not end abuse of prosecutorial discretion or administrative amnesty by the Obama administration. Instead, it leaves in place policies direct immigration agents to release illegal aliens the Administration deems “low priority.”

13.] Allows DHS to waive multiple misdemeanor convictions when granting amnesty, so an alien with three or more misdemeanors still may be eligible for legal status (RPI status). (Sec.2101, pp. 64 - 67)

14.] Also authorizes DHS to waive a broad array of unlawful behavior for the purpose of determining whether illegal aliens are admissible, including:
a) Gang-related crimes and gang membership;
b) Three or more drunk driving offenses;
c) Domestic violence, stalking, child abuse, and violation of protective orders;
d) Committing crimes of moral turpitude;
e) Violating federal or state drug laws;
f) Trafficking in passports;
g) Providing fraudulent immigration services;
h) Trafficking immigration documents, including document fraud;
i) Prostitution;
j) Misrepresenting a material fact to procure visas or other immigration benefits (if done for any purpose other than submitting an amnesty application);
k) Violating student visas;
l) Falsely claiming citizenship; and
m) Illegally re-entering the U.S. after deportation (which is a felony); (Sec. 2101, p.66)
n) All other grounds not specifically listed in the bill. (Sec. 2101 INA245B(b)(3)(i), p.65)

15.] Is not tough on employers who hire illegal aliens. In fact, the bill exempts certain employers from existing penalties for hiring illegal workers. These include persons or entities that hire individuals for employment “that is not casual, sporadic, irregular or intermittent (as defined by the Secretary).” This will exempt employers who hire day laborers or other temporary workers,giving employers an incentive to hire cheaper, illegal workers instead of legal residents or citizens. (Sec. 3101, p. 415)

16.] Also delays implementation of E - Verify to appease big business and illegal workers. The bill provides that mandatory E - Verify won’t go into effect for all employers until four years after DHS issues regulations implementing the mandatory program. That means (based on the amnesty time frame) it could be at least a decade before E - Verify becomes mandatory for large companies and 14 years before all employers are phased into the program. (Sec. 3101, p. 437)

17.] Voids state and local E - Verify laws. (Sec. 3101, p. 511)

18.] Prohibits the enforcement of immigration laws against any illegal alien apprehended between the time of enactment and the end of the application period. Under Section 2101, DHS may not detain or remove an alien – for any reason – if the alien is “prima facie eligible,” or at first sight appears to be eligible, for RPI status until DHS has made a decision on the alien’s application. (Sec. 2101, p. 72)

19.] Prohibits immigration enforcement actions, including arrests, surveillance, searches, or even interviews by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents or Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers in “sensitive locations. ”Sensitive locations include hospitals and health clinics; public and private schools of all educational levels including vocational and trade schools; organizations assisting children, pregnant women, victims of crime or abuse, or individuals with mental or physical disabilities; churches, synagogues, mosques, and other places of worship; and such other locations as the DHS Secretary determines.

20.] Does not expressly punish or require the deportation of any alien who makes false statements in an RPI application. However, it does create criminal penalties and a $10,000 fine for any federal official who discloses information found in RPI applications in violation of the law. (Sec. 2105, p. 133)

21.] Does not require the deportation of a single illegal alien. DHS is never required to deport an alien whose RPI application is denied — for any reason.

22.] Allows immigration judges to ignore U.S. immigration law. Section 2313 authorizes immigration judges to “exercise discretion” to decline to order the alien deported AND terminate proceedings if the judge determines deporting the alien “is against the public interest or would result in hardship to the alien’s U.S. citizen or LPR parent spouse or child...” (Sec. 2313, p. 341)

23.] Allows the Secretary of DHS to ignore U.S. immigration law. Section 2313 provides that DHS may “exercise discretion to waive a ground of inadmissibility or deport ability of the Secretary determines that such removal or refusal of admission is against the public interest” or would result in “hardship” to the alien’s U.S. citizen or LPR parent spouse or child. (Sec. 2313, p. 343)

24.] Grants DHS sole discretion in making asylum decisions, taking the process out of the hands of an immigration judge. (Sec. 3404, p. 571)

25.] Allows DHS to contract out the screening, supervision and custody of illegal aliens to community - based organizations. (Sec. 3715. p. 660)

26.] Authorizes illegal aliens to bring class action lawsuits against the government for a denial of RPI status. (Sec. 2104, p. 131)

27.] Allows the Department of Homeland Security to appoint counsel to illegal aliens fighting deportation at taxpayer expense. (Sec.3502, p. 583)

28.] Creates a new bureaucracy, the Office of Legal Access Programs, to provide illegal aliens with "legal orientation programs" that help fight deportation. The bill requires DHS to make these programs available to the aliens within 5 days of being taken into custody. Section 3503 also authorizes the Office of Legal Access Programs to provide services, including legal services, to aliens in deportation hearings. (Sec. 3503, p. 585)

29.] Doubles legal immigration within a decade after enactment — and triples it if you include the 12 million amnestied illegal aliens. This is the equivalent of adding the population of Canada – nearly 34 million people, virtually all of whom will need jobs — in a decade. Moreover, this estimate relates to legal permanent residents only, not temporary workers.

30.] Increases the number of guest workers by 50 percent over the decade after enactment.

31.] Creates a new unskilled guest worker program, through a new W visa, to bring in up to 200,000 additional workers each year. (Sec. 4703, p. 834)

32.] Triples the number of so-called skilled (H - 1B) guest workers who may enter the U.S. annually. (Sec. 4101, p. 674)

33.] Also grants work authorization to the spouses of H -1B and W visa holders.

34.] Exempts immigrants (green card holders) with advanced degrees in science, technology, engineering and math, also referred to as STEM fields, from the cap on employment - based immigration. This will dramatically increase competition for Americans entering or working in those fields. (Sec. 2307, p. 315 - 16)

35.] Requires that DHS waive the public charge law when determining which aliens are eligible for amnesty. (Sec. 2101, p.65) That law prohibits DHS from admitting any alien who is likely to become a public charge.

36.] Provides that when an RPI alien applies for legal permanent resident status – a point at which many federal benefits become available — the alien need only demonstrate income or resources equal to 125 percent of the federal poverty level. (Sec.2102, INA 245C(a) and (b) p. 94)

37.] Does not prohibit state and local jurisdictions from giving benefits to newly legalized aliens. Many states, such as California, give benefits to illegal aliens and non immigrants (temporary aliens) such as taxpayer funded health care and welfare benefits. (Sec. 2101, p. 92)

38.] Creates a “slush fund” for nonprofits that help implement the amnesty. Section 2537 authorizes DHS to award newly - created "Initial Entry, Adjustment, and Citizenship Assistance" (IEACA) grants to nonprofit organizations that help illegal aliens navigate the amnesty process. The bill appropriates $100 million for IEACA grants for the first five years and "such sums as may be necessary for fiscal year 2019 and subsequent fiscal years." (Sec. 2537, pp. 397-99)

39.] Does not end chain migration, which leads to the admission of large numbers of low - skilled, less educated immigrants. While at first it appears that the bill repeals two family - based categories for admission, it eliminates the effect of doing so by giving family members extra weight in the merit - based immigration program and by including spouses and children of legal permanent residents in the definition of immediate relatives, significantly expanding legal immigration. (Sec. 2301, p. 264; Sec. 2305, p.282)

40.] When fully implemented, S.744 will cost U.S. taxpayers $6.3 trillion in federal, state, and local benefits and taxes over the course of 50 years.


2013 Comprehensive Immigration Reform - Senate Bill (S. 744)
http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/BILLS-1...-113s744es.pdf (1198 pages)

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I wasn't aware that there was any such ongoing discussion. If there is one then this isn't the place for it. Long ago I asked readers here to refrain from using this American Ruling Class thread to post unrelated items, or to engage in religious arguments with others. Late arriving readers and posters here may be unaware of this, so I once again ask that this thread policy be respected. There are other threads here at Energetic Forum which are more appropriate for carrying on religious or philosophical discussions. Bible related discussions, for example, might best be posted in the Bible thread. Just remember that participants in any discussion, in any thread where there is disagreement, should refrain from making any type of personal attacks. Thanks in advance to everyone for helping to keep this American Ruling Class thread on topic and respectful to all those who read and post herein.

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Hello Rick

I agree

Though the religious aspects of the so called rulers is a motivating factor in their decision making, such as bringing small children in to the country to violate them sexually, I don't think endless religious theological studies qualify for this thread.

However please make this notation:

" The projection of religion into any discussion is often a brazen parade. These rulers are without conscience as their counterparts are so religion makes what they do seem to be righteous for their cause. We can not forget their motivations though religious teachings AND their PRACTICES."

Like you say Rick this is a strategy on the part of people following the money in high office, they are using the 'Bleeding Heart" tactic. In other words THAT religious philosophy is saying to the good Christian Mom's and Dad's of America "Can you and your God really abandon all these poor children???" while they proceed to abuse them by slaving them out for any reason at all.

Now I am not going to study Hindu religion on the thread as it turns my gut and only enrages me.

Thanks-A-Million Rick you are a lifesaver.

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Now I am not going to study Hindu religion on the thread as it turns my gut and only enrages me.
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Let me correct a small error of yours above:

The word "Hinduism" comes from the word sindhu, the Indo-prakrit word for "the sea," and came to apply to the peoples in the region east of the Indus River.
The word “Hinduism” has no connection to any specific religion at all but a peoples and area.
[P.S. Deshmukh,Religion in Vedic Literature, 198].

"Hinduism has never prepared a body of canonical scriptures or a common prayer book; it has never held a general council or convocation; never defined the relation between laity and clergy; never regulated the canonization of saints or their worship; never established a single centre of religious life; never prescribed a course of training for its priests"
-- [Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics 6:712 ]

"Hinduism has never prepared a body of canonical scriptures or a common prayer book; it has never held a general council or convocation" -- [Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics 6:712 ]




You might consider, as a recommendation, you are resoundingly confusing metaphysics and philosophy with "religion"

I have no connected to religion of any kind whatsoever.

If words on a paper "turn your gut and enrage" you, then the issue is not sourced in the words, but in the incapacity of the reader.


No offense is meant.


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Let me correct a small error of yours above:

The word "Hinduism" comes from the word sindhu, the Indo-prakrit word for "the sea," and came to apply to the peoples in the region east of the Indus River.
The word “Hinduism” has no connection to any specific religion at all but a peoples and area.
[P.S. Deshmukh,Religion in Vedic Literature, 198].

"Hinduism has never prepared a body of canonical scriptures or a common prayer book; it has never held a general council or convocation; never defined the relation between laity and clergy; never regulated the canonization of saints or their worship; never established a single centre of religious life; never prescribed a course of training for its priests"
-- [Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics 6:712 ]

"Hinduism has never prepared a body of canonical scriptures or a common prayer book; it has never held a general council or convocation" -- [Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics 6:712 ]




You might consider, as a recommendation, you are resoundingly confusing metaphysics and philosophy with "religion"

I have no connected to religion of any kind whatsoever.

If words on a paper "turn your gut and enrage" you, then the issue is not sourced in the words, but in the incapacity of the reader.


No offense is meant.


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Like the man said we need our own thread to talk relig IDOLOGY.

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Laugh if you will and snicker if you must but do yourselves a favor and finish reading this site from top to bottom. It looks like a tabloid but is all very true.

Clint Eastwood, all of the big names go there to sacrifice to Moloch.

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Oh yeah don't forget the magick mushrooms. They are inbred pedophiles.

Hail Satan for HE is Lord.

Open your eyes you blind guides.

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Immigration 'debate'; WRONG focus

I truly wonder if the 'Tea party' is actually being led astray, or what?

I understand the history; in the LAST immigration reform effort, during the Reagan admin., there were 3 parts; 1, 'amnesty' for those already living here, 2, increased border enforcement, and MOST importantly 3; increased INTERIOR enforcenent. And, the Government DID 'toughen' the border; which had the effect of making it more difficult for illegals to cross, so that instead of going home they stayed. But, the real problem was that the Chamber of Commerce lobbied Congress, which then put pressure on Customs and Immigration, to 'lay off' the employers.

Now the Tea Party position is "not till our borders are 'secure'. There is NO border between countries, in the world that is 'secure'; not Iran, China, North korea, Russia; there never has been, and there never WILL be.

More importantly, its not neccesary, at least to deal with illegal immigration.
We COULD gratly reduce, if not totally eliminate illegal immigration, and even 'Constitutionally'. If EVERY state passed an 'Employer Sanctions Law', like the one passed in Arizona (with one KEY difference), and then enforced it, illegal immigration would 'dry up'. The one difference is, the Arizona law ss employers can ONLY be prosecuted, and lose their license to do business, if they can be shown, in court, to be KNOWINGLY hiring illegal aliens.

If the law were written to say that failure to use the federal verification system to ensure all their employees were legally entitled to work in the U.S. constitutes a violation, i.e. that they have an obligation to ensure they are only hiring legally entitled to work here employees, and that failure to meet this obligation would result in loss of license, the jobs for illegals would 'dry up', and illegals would quit coming. f coarse 'we' (the Government) would have to greatly expand the verification program, its computers and personell, (and we all know what a GREAT job the Government does with computer programs!) but it would be less expensive than all the $ thats been spent on 'securing the border'.

And, with the flood of 'illegals' dropping to a trickle, customs could concentrate on drugs and terrorists.

They come here, PRIMARILY, for jobs. Eliminate the realistic possibility of Jobs, they won't come. We saw it in Arizona, after the law was passed; there was a migration, as illegals left arizona, and moved to other states. In some cases, large apartment complexes lost over half their residents, within a month!

But, there is no 'will' to do this. Businesses don't want to have such laws passed, and will spend their $ to lobby Congress and state legislatures to prevent such laws being passed. And so nothing will continue to happen.

And the Tea Party will continue this rant about 'secure the border', rather than focusing on interior enforcement, which could actually work. Jim
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Whats next ?? The Left wing radical liberals saying we have land for 500 million more immigrants , line up those boat loads of Iranians, Somalians, North Koreans, Slovenians, Yemenis, Lebanese, Pakistanis and Palestinians we cant be RACIEST. Ya .... that's the ticket, just get into US waters or territory, BINGO BANGO your a citizen !!!! I think NOT .... the last I checked the United States is a country of Laws most of which none of us agree with.

The United States "secured boarder" that 52,000 CHILDREN walked across and are now being detained ..... who were the ADULTS that didn't get caught ???



The Detention Management Division, part of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE). The Detention Management Division currently houses detainees in more than 250 local and state facilities. Nearly 67 percent of the ICE detained population are housed in local or state facilities, 17 percent are housed in contract detention facilities, 13 percent are housed in ICE-owned facilities (service processing centers), and 3 percent are housed in Bureau of Prisons facilities, which are funded either through congressional appropriations to the bureau or through ICE reimbursement.

Detention Centers List (published known)
( detention centers throughout the United States that detain illegal aliens who are apprehended and placed into removal proceedings )

Alabama
Etowah County Detention Center

Arizona
Central Arizona Correctional Center
Eloy Detention Center
Florence Correctional Center
Florence SPC
Pinal County Adult Detention Center

Colorado
Denver Contract Detention Facility

California
Adelanto Detention Center
El Centro Service Processing Center
Lerdo Detention Center
Mira Loma Detention Center
Otay Detention Center
Sacramento County Jail
Santa Ana City Jail
West County Detention Center
Yuba County Jail

Florida
Baker County Detention Facility
Broward Transitional Center
Glades County Detention Center
Krome Detention Center
Wakulla County Jail

Georgia
Atlanta City Detention Center
Irwin County Detention Center
North Georgia Detention Center
Stewart Detention Cente

Illinois
Jefferson County Justice Center
McHenry County Jail
Tri-County Detention Center

Indiana
Clay County Jail

Iowa
Hardin County Correctional Center

Kentucky
Boone County Jail

Louisiana
Lasalle Detention Center
Oakdale Detention Center
South Louisiana Detention Center

Maryland
Worcester County Detention Center

Massachusetts
Bristol County Jail
Plymouth County Correctional Facility
Suffolk County Jail

Michigan
Calhoun County Jail
Monroe County Jail
Seneca County Jail

Minnesota
Freeborn County Adult Detention Center
Ramsey County Adult Detention Center
Centro de Detencion para Adultos del Condado de Ramsey
Sherburne County Facility

Missouri
Montgomery County Jail

Nebraska
Douglas County Department of Corrections
Hall County Department of Corrections

New Jersey
Bergen County Jail
Delaney Hall Detention Facility
Elizabeth Contract Detention Facility
Essex County Correctional Facility
Hudson County Correctional Facility
Monmouth County Correctional Institution

New Mexico
Albuquerque Immigration Office
Otero County Processing Center

New York
Buffalo Federal Detention Facility
Orange County Correctional Facility

Ohio
Bedford Heights City Jail
Butler County Correctional Complex
Morrow County Correctional Facility
Seneca County Jail

Oklahoma
David L. Moss CJC Tulsa OK

Pennsylvania
Clinton County Correctional Facility
Lackawanna County Prison
Pike County Correctional Facility
York County Prison

Texas
Dallas Immigration Detention Center
Don Hutto Residential Center
El Paso Processing Center
Houston Immigration Detention Center
Joe Corley Detention Facility
Johnson County Detention Center
Karnes County Civil Detention Center
Laredo Contract Detention Facility
Polk County Adult Detention Center
Port Isabel Service Processing Center
Rolling Plains Correctional Facility
South Texas Detention Center
T. Don Hutto Residential Center
West Texas Detention Facility

Utah
Utah County Facility
Weber County Correctional Facility

Virginia
Farmville Field Office
Hampton Roads Regional Jail
Rappahannock Regional Facility

Washington
Tacoma Northwest Detention Center

Wisconsin
Dodge Detention Facility
Kenosha County Detention Center



"America's Secret ICE Castles "
America's Secret ICE Castles | The Nation
ICE maintains 186 unlisted and unmarked subfield offices, which are NOT subject to ICE Detention Standards, and amount to secret detention.
( http://www.jacquelinestevens.org/ICE...bfield0909.PDF )

Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Endorsement ( ICE )
"The Secure Communities Process"
https://ccrjustice.org/files/NDLON%2...Comm%20SOP.pdf

Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (flyer)
http://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/f...a-consider.pdf

DHS Secretary's Memo on Individuals Who Came to the United States as Children (PDF | 96 KB)
https://www.ice.gov/doclib/about/off...ung-people.pdf

Director Morton's Memo about Individuals Who Entered the United States as Children (PDF | 200 KB)
https://www.ice.gov/doclib/about/off...ple-morton.pdf

Enforcement Actions at or Focused on Sensitive Locations (PDF | 290 KB)
https://www.ice.gov/doclib/ero-outre...9.2-policy.pdf

ICE Policy Directive Number 11061.1, Facilitating the Return to the United States of Certain Lawfully Removed Aliens.
https://www.ice.gov/doclib/foia/dro_...ing_return.pdf

How Do I Request Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Brochure
http://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/f...urces/daca.pdf

ICE Total Removals
http://www.ice.gov/doclib/about/offi...-removals1.pdf

ICE Detention Compliance Oversight
http://www.ice.gov/doclib/news/libra...compliance.pdf

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They [illegal immigrants] come here, PRIMARILY, for jobs. Eliminate the realistic possibility of Jobs, they won't come.
Yes, many do come here seeking employment, but huge numbers also come to gain birthright citizenship for a child while also getting free hospital maternity benefits at taxpayer expense. Parkland Hospital in Texas, for example, (yes, the same hospital where Kennedy and Oswald were declared expired) annually admits over 16,000 illegal alien birth mothers, and that's just one hospital in one state! Count all the hospitals that are required to offer these services to illegals, as well as other healthcare services, and the cost to taxpayers is staggering. And of course that is just the beginning of further costs and entitlements since the "anchor babies" allow their parents and siblings, aunts and uncles, etc., to come and stay here, and to receive many additional and costly benefits such as housing, food stamps, and schooling. And with all of this offered as freebies, why would any of these illegal immigrants even want to work when it would only mean a deduction in the amount of their entitlements?

Furthermore, none of the people 17 years of age and under who are currently streaming across the southern border are coming here for jobs. They are only coming for what they can get for free. Incidentally, we keep hearing that the parents of these children are paying around $5,000 to traffickers to take their children to the US. If this is so, then the parents of these children are better off financially than most US citizens, and there should be no need to send their unaccompanied children here other than to help them skirt immigration laws and jump ahead of those working to come here legally. And surely the best and brightest in their countries, the doers and entrepreneurs, will rise to the top of their societies and be happy living in their own country, while the ones that leave will be those who don't have such knowledge, ability, skills, or the inherent desire to succeed. They have failed, and most will fail here too.

You're right - true border security is just about impossible, and the focus should be on first eliminating all the situations that entice illegals to come here in the first place, and then sending home all the illegals currently here. No work without E-Verify, tough fines for all employers who violate E-Verify and hire illegals, and no more birthright citizenship for illegals. Those would be good starts at resolving illegal immigration issues, but I doubt that Congress will take those simple and long overdue steps. A one page bill could implement all of these steps, but Congress will instead insist on thousands of pages of so-called "immigration reform' legislation which no one will read, no one will understand, and which will be unenforceable. Anyone with viable brain matter between their ears can easily understand the real solutions. Understanding why Congress won't implement real solutions is simply a matter of understanding that the current US Congress is merely a tool of Corporation US and TPTB of the Ruling Class which really makes all decisions affecting us, based upon their agenda.
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Hey, Rick

You remember what nancy said; We have to PASS the bill, before we can read it and see whats in it, (or whatever). LOL

Yes, of coarse these kids aren't coming here for jobs, but they ARE coming here for a future. INTERIOR enforcement, such as you and I are describing WOULD resolve the problem.

But DC doesn't WANT to SOLVE the problem. And based on their last attempt, they will only make things worse. So, the 'status quo' is unsustainable, but any change made will only make matters worse. Sounds to me like an unresolvable conundrum.

And a very common situation, these days. We have a whole series of problems WE have created, and for which there is no 'do-able' solution.

Interior enforcement is an example of a solution thats not do-able; as you say, while it would work, THEY won't do it.

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And a very common situation, these days. We have a whole series of problems WE have created, and for which there is no 'do-able' solution.
Is the Jewish “Kahal” the Modern “Soviet”?
The Soviet is not a Russian but a Jewish institution. Nor is it the invention of Russian Jews of the present time, a new political device which has been set up as a vehicle of the ideas of Lenin and Trotsky; it is of ancient Jewish origin, a device which the Jews themselves invented to maintain their distinctive racial and national life after the conquest of Palestine by the Romans.

It is therefore no new thing that has arisen in Russia. It is the imposition by the Jewish revolutionists upon Gentile Russia of a form of control in which Judaism has been schooled from the earliest times of its contact with the world. Soviet Russia could not have been possible had not 90 per cent of the commissars been Jewish. Soviet Hungary could not have been possible had not Bela Kun, the chief Red, been a Jew, and had not 18 of his 24 commissars been Jews. The Jews are the only group schooled in the erection and administration of the Kahal.

Is the Jewish "Kahal" the Modern "Soviet"?


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On August 17, 1790, Moses Seixas, the warden of Congregation Kahal Kadosh Yeshuat Israel, better known as the Hebrew Congregation of Newport, Rhode Island, penned an epistle to George Washington, welcoming the newly elected first president of the United States on his visit to that city.

Moses Seixas’s letter on behalf of the congregation – he described them as “the children of the Stock of Abraham” – expressed the Jewish community’s esteem for President Washington and joined “with our fellow citizens in welcoming [him] to New Port.” The congregation expressed its pleasure that the God of Israel, who had protected King David, had also protected General Washington, and that the same spirit which resided in the bosom of Daniel and allowed him to govern over the “Babylonish Empire” now rested upon Washington.

Seixas expressed his vision of an American government in words that have become a part of the national lexicon. He beheld in the United States “a Government which to bigotry gives no sanction, to persecution no assistance—but generously affording to All liberty of conscience, and immunities of citizenship: - deeming every one, of whatever nation, tongue or language equal parts of the great Governmental Machine: – This so ample and extensive federal union whose basis is Philanthropy, mutual confidence, and public virtue, we cannot but acknowledge to be the work of the Great God, who ruleth the Armies of Heaven, and among the Inhabitants of the Earth, doing whatsoever seemeth [to Him] good.”

Not surprisingly, it is Washington’s response, ... Washington then borrowed ideas – and actual words – directly from Seixas’s letter:

The Citizens of the United States of America have a right to applaud themselves for giving to Mankind examples of an enlarged and liberal policy: a policy worthy of imitation. All possess alike liberty of conscience and immunities of citizenship. It is now no more that toleration is spoken of, as if it was by the indulgence of one class of people that another enjoyed the exercise of their inherent natural rights. For happily the Government of the United States, which gives to bigotry no sanction, to persecution no assistance, requires only that they who live under its protection, should demean themselves as good citizens.

Washington’s concluding paragraph perfectly expresses the ideal relationship among the government, its individual citizens and religious groups:

May the Children of the Stock of Abraham, who dwell in this land, continue to merit and enjoy the good will of the other Inhabitants; while every one shall sit under his own vine and fig tree, and there shall be none to make him afraid.
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Quotable quotes of the day....

The following quotes are the words of Congressman Steve Stockman, of Texas:

“There are more people coming across the border than we sent to invade France in World War II. That is an invasion of our nation, and most of them are coming into Texas. We need to take quick action.”

“We need to return the families back home so we send a message, ‘You come up here, you’re going to be sent home quickly.’”


Asked if these illegals are refugees simply trying to escape from the violence in their home countries, as the Obama administration and media pundits are claiming, Stockman said, “No, there are many U.S. cities that have a higher murder rate than Guatemala. Does that mean we’re going to get refugees from Chicago?”

Nice jab, Steve!

The New York Times reports an estimated 290,000 illegal immigrants, including 52,000 unaccompanied children, have crossed the border illegally in the Rio Grande Valley to cities around the county, just in recent months.

Ray Stevens has put out a new song titled "Come To America," and it would be hilarious if the song lyrics were not so sadly true.
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Why not, and WHY?

O.K., so why don't we say there is a 'humanitarian crises'; there are "X" # of children, (citisens OF he U.S., who are 'homeless'), as well as "X" # of VETERANS who are 'homeless', "X" # of FAMILIES and individuals who are homeless, and living (in most cases) in the most abject poverty, (in this country) and open up these 'detention' centers to THEM, where they can recieve the kind of aid being afforded these immigrants?

Why don't we BILL the governments of Guatamala, Honduras and El Salvador for the cost of housing, clothing, feeding, otherwise caring for,...and transporting back home EVERY citisen of their country we 'detain'?

Why don't we initiate INTERIOR enforcement methods, that would make it clear if you want to come to this country, do it by working within the system, rather than coing in illegally? And, while we are at it, streamline the system to make it less cumbersome to migrate legally?

For instance, as a legal immigrant, going thru the process, you better not move once during the 7-15 years it takes to become legal; if you DO, the immigration idiotsill inevitably send your notice for a hearing to the 'old' address, you will miss your appointment, and have to start all over. Publishers Clearing House, any credit card conmpany, etc. can follow you, even if you move every 2 months, but filing a 'change of address' with immigration is a waste of time. Typical Beurocratic incompetence!

Having seen first hand, in Arizona, the vast migration of illegals after sb1070 was passed, I can assure you; INTERIOR enforcement works! We saw whole apartment complexes empty, within a month, once 'illegals' believed they were going to be apprehended and deported.

We also saw a significant reduction after 2008, when jobs became scarce. But no one is talking about interior enforcement; its all about 'securing the border'. Take away the incentive, and they won't come. So why are we talking about the wrong things, and not talking about or doing the right things???Jim
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Take away the incentive, and they won't come. So why are we talking about the wrong things, and not talking about or doing the right things???
I thought that was exactly what we here have been talking about. By "we," I assume you really meant Congress and the Obummer administration. A really smart move for them would be to quickly adopt the same immigration laws that are already in effect in a neighboring country. Check these out, as they all make perfect sense:

1. There will be no special bilingual programs in the schools.

2. All ballots will be in this nation's language.

3. All government business will be conducted in our language.

4. Non-residents will NOT have the right to vote no matter how long they
are here.

5. Non-citizens will NEVER be able to hold political office.

6. Foreigners will not be a burden to the taxpayers. No welfare, no food
stamps, no health care, or any other government assistance programs. Any who are a burden will be deported.

7. Foreigners can invest in this country, but it must be an amount at
least equal to 40,000 times the daily minimum wage.

8. If foreigners come here and buy land, their options will be
restricted. Certain parcels including waterfront property are reserved
for citizens naturally born into this country.

9. Foreigners may have NO protests; NO demonstrations, NO waving of a
foreign flag, no political organizing. These will lead to deportation.

10. If you do come to this country illegally, you will be actively hunted
and, when caught, sent to jail until your deportation can be arranged.
All assets will be taken from you.

Too strict? The above laws are the current immigration laws of MEXICO!
If it's good for American's to obey Mexican laws, then it's good vice
versa!
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They come here, PRIMARILY, for jobs. Eliminate the realistic possibility of Jobs, they won't come.
That may be true. But, I think they are now looking for health care, welfare, and money from the banks.
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Rick;
Yes, thats what I meant. Specificaly, I am very irritated at the "Tea Party", and many Washington Repubs, for reiterating this mantra about 'secure the border', ad infinitum, and saying NOTHING about interior enforcement.

I really wonder if the tea Party hasn't been co-opted, much like Perots party was, AFTER he ran; Pat Bucanun (sp?), a former Nixon speach writer and 'pundit', took over the party Perot created, specifically to kill it.

And I have seen and heard that there are 2 'tea parties'; ONE in Wasington, with its 'agenda', and another in the 'hinterlands'; the true 'grass roots' movement. Evidence the recent election where Eric Cantor lost; the Washinton Tea Paty movement had nothing to do with that, it was ALL 'grass roots'.

I think the Washington Tea Party sucks; I don't know whetehr they are deliberaely trying to torpedo the movenent or not, but they are doing stupid things; and applying the same kind of tactics as the 2 mainstream parties. Continueing to harp on 'Border enforcement', instead of even MENTIONING interior enforcement is a great example.
Rick, your thoughts on this??

Wayne; they are coming here for a 'better way of life', with ALL that entails; jobs, and a 'safety net', i.e. food stamps, etc. if they are unable to get work.

However, as we saw in Arizona, after 1070 was passed, if the jobs aren't 'available', they will leave. Soon, the world is going to move away from using the U.S. Dollar as the worlds 'reserve' currency. Thats the ONLY thing that has enabled the U.S. (Corporate) Gov't to continue to spend WAY beyond its 'means'. When that happens, (and its coming soon), we won't have to worry about illegal immigrants; they will 'self-deport', as there won't be any jobs, OR 'safety net' programs for them,....or for any of us, either!

China will (probably) back their Yuan with Gold, and that will be the death nell for the U.S. dollar, and they are mving closer to that point, every day. ALL the crap that people are talking about now, will become meaningless at that point. I give it 2-4 years, tops. Jim
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The American Dollar is meaningless and the gold is not going to stop the GMO foods from lowering population. Radiation from bombs,em guns, nuclear plants are being used to lower population.

Our controllers think that it is a good thing to kill off the masses. Less money kills more. Less of everything is where they are taking us.

Of course they will smile in all of our faces as they are filmed kneeling in prayer to Jesus. Most of you will believe their lies and swallow the bait.

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I am very irritated at the "Tea Party", and many Washington Repubs, for reiterating this mantra about 'secure the border,' ad infinitum, and saying NOTHING about interior enforcement.

I think the Washington Tea Party sucks; I don't know whether they are deliberately trying to torpedo the movement or not, but they are doing stupid things and applying the same kind of tactics as the 2 mainstream parties. Continuing to harp on 'Border enforcement,' instead of even MENTIONING interior enforcement, is a great example.
Rick, your thoughts on this??
I would be quick to agree that several members of the Washington DC Tea Party Caucus do not really share the goals of the Tea Party grassroots movement. Michelle Bachman, for example, launched and chaired the caucus. Before joining Congress, she was an IRS lawyer, and I've never heard her apologize for, or offer regret for that experience. She and others saw a great opportunity for their own advancement by professing support of Tea Party goals. She will show up at the larger Tea Party rallies to offer a speech and attempt to convince people that she is sincere, but as with most other politicians it is really all about harvesting large donations to her campaign fund and getting reelected. Heck, even John McCain, John Cornyn, and Mitch McConnell, all staunch establishment Republicans, were once members of the Tea Party Caucus. I can't imagine why any of them would have joined other than to get an inside view, exercise some control, and scuttle the movement.

Of course there are several people in Congress who have either left the Tea Party Caucus or refuse to join, but who profess support of the Tea Party Movement and have remained as Tea Party favorites. One of those is Ted Cruz, and of course he offered an amendment that demanded border security first. Rand Paul calls for the same. I think that both of these men are well intentioned, and I'm sure they realize that the real answers to illegal immigration lie in removing all things that currently award illegals, but they both know that will never fly with establishment politicians of either party. Ted tried introducing some common sense amendments more than a year ago that would have prohibited federal, state, or local entitlement benefits for those here illegally, and would have ensured that illegal immigrants are not given a path to citizenship, but of course the establishment politicians weren't about to even consider either of those proposals. So instead, Ted and Rand now offer bills or amendments that focus on something that both parties should be willing to agree to simply because 70% of Americans are in favor of closing the gaps in border security.

Like you say, Jim, true border security is just about unachievable, but it could be a heck of a lot better than what we currently have going for us, which is next to nothing. Rick Perry called out 1,000 National Guard troops a week ago to act as a deterrent force to illegal immigrants, but the Guard admits that this is more of a symbolic gesture than anything else, since they have no authority to arrest illegal border crossers or to force the illegals to return from whence they came. So basically then all the Guard can do is report illegal crossings to enforcement agencies, and those agencies have been ordered to stand down and even assist illegals. Fencing won't help much, but how about using motion detectors, attack dogs, and drone aircraft? Junkyards employ attack dogs to prevent illegal entry to their premises, so why not use them on our border? Why not equip drone aircraft with sedative darts that could be fired at illegals so that they would be put to sleep until security forces arrive and round them up? Heck, we can think of numerous deterrents that would work rather well to curb illegal immigration, but we both know that none of these suggestions will be implemented. It now looks as though Republican "leadership" is willing to give Barry about half of what he is asking for without demanding anything of substance from Barry or the Democrat controlled Senate in return. Of course that figures, since it has been the real plan of action all along.
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70% of Americans are in favor of closing the gaps in border security.

true border security is just about unachievable, but it could be a heck of a lot better than what we currently have going for us, which is next to nothing
Brown told reporters that California's record on immigration will boost the state's success south of the border.

“Because of our proximity, and our history, and also our sympathetic policy both to Mexico and to the plight of people who have struggled to get [to California] from Mexico," he said, "we are in a very good position to forge very close and productive relationships.”

The governor, who has called the issue a "humanitarian question," has sought to position California as a more welcoming place for immigrants, including those in the country illegally. He's signed legislation allowing them to obtain driver's licenses and reducing the number of situations in which arrests by local law enforcement triggers deportation proceedings.

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Brown told reporters that California's record on immigration will boost the state's success south of the border.

“Because of our proximity, and our history, and also our sympathetic policy both to Mexico and to the plight of people who have struggled to get [to California] from Mexico," he said, "we are in a very good position to forge very close and productive relationships.”

The governor, who has called the issue a "humanitarian question," has sought to position California as a more welcoming place for immigrants, including those in the country illegally. He's signed legislation allowing them to obtain driver's licenses and reducing the number of situations in which arrests by local law enforcement triggers deportation proceedings.

Jerry Brown kicks off trade mission in Mexico - LA Times

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Showing love to Mexican people is a wonderful way to live, or any other race.

The double standard we see is the issue where these people can run around with no drivers license (our here the feds got sick of hearing people complain and cracked down for a while) or many other laws that they violate that I would go to jail for or be fined huge sums of money.

If white man living in the USA gets stopped for driving without proper paper work in the past his car was impounded, locked behind a tall fence at the lot and he must spend 1000's to get everything correct.

Should I go on and on about this double standard?

No, instead let me say that the fed's want unrest while they make it look like that the leaders we see are good law abiding givers who demand equality.

Nothing could be further from the truth.

These people who actually make policy and run things want to stimulate violate unrest. The divide and conquer plot is an age old weapon to wear the people out fighting amongst one another.

It is one thing to help the Mexicans who work and need help and I agree we should always reach out to the perishing.

But the policy holders use that bleeding heart and at the same time we are being drained to show our good faith the new comers are not required to keep the same laws that we the people are committed to up hold and abide by.

This double standard has enraged Americans.

Lately the Mexican's have been cracked down on and deported if they didn't pay their entire life's earnings. This double standard was a trap that the planners who rule had in mind from the beginning. Give these people some slack so we can bleed them too.

You see that because for a good number of year the system permitted this outlaw spirit to run wild so to speak with every intention of ensnaring them.

Keep the people off balance, keep your enemies is a state of unrest, let them kill each other and fight. These people hate you, the Mexican people and the whole lot of them.

Now it would be nice if we all could have an outcry for equality and make a difference. We should try because the people still have a voice here in the USA.

That voice is quite often belittled and ignored.

Let me tell you a short story about the system of Law.

One time I caught a preacher stealing money and abusing his position as Pastor to seduce many young girls some of which were teens who produced children that he had aborted.

Now what should I do? Well I went to the police who told me that this preacher had been doing this for 20 years before I came along.

Wow I thought these guys know it and can't nail him.

I was furious. I knew all of the people and loved them all as brothers and sisters in Christ and hated that they had been abused and mostly spiritually damaged.

So since the ruling body in the Church rejected my inquiry I thought that someone should know. Nothing happened. The fathers of the victims forbid their girls to do anything against this man.

I was beside myself. Here was a man living in America who had violated the Law many times over and had been getting away with it for years and it seemed there was nothing anyone could do.

I was furious. I was smoking angry every day. I called everyone up who had been run off wondering what had actually happened and why they no longer fellow-shipped with the rest of us.

Little by little I found out what was going on.

I was smoking mad. I had gone to the RULERS in America. I went to the Attorney General, He laughed in my face and had a whole office of young black slave girls willing to do anything he asked.

All he said was he knew who I was talking about and then joked that he couldn't figure out how he could keep up his strength with so many hot legs to keep up with.

I had told him I was a man of God and wished that he might consider my report and the stories about girls who were now contracting herpes.

When he joked I wept in his presence and he was so uncomfortable that he began trembling and quickly left the room for just a few moments to regain his composure.

I left cast down.

I thought there must be someone left in the RULING body that was like me wanting justice and hated to see young peoples lives damaged beyond repair so I went to the state offices.

These are the AMERICAN RULER's in high offices 20 years ago.

I went to the Governor's office made an appointment days in advanced and told this man my story.

He laughed as well, walked right out of his office in contempt for me that I should ask him to help me in this case. The Governor ask ME "Where do you come from" or in other words "What planet was I from"? That I didn't know that this is the same ole same so I should just get use to it?

These guys have their heads full of coke and beaches galore. Why should they care.

I was smoking mad again, this time that last guy really pee peed me to the limit, they were all in for big trouble.

I know how to file LAWYER papers. I can read their statues too.

I did just that. I filed 3 or 4 documents that were sent to ALL of THEIR department heads and went to all of the newspapers.

The papers called the victims and the victims and parents would not lie when put on the spot (Cept I was a dirty rat ) the officials had heard my story in advance and they were scared to leave this guy unchecked.

The man was arrested 9 months after I started smoking like a chimney

Now I could rest and be happy again.

I was exhausted.

That guy had been hurting people and getting away with it come to find out for over 30 years, with everyone knowing it doing nothing.

I am applaud.

I am disgusted.

I am an American who is "THE RULING CLASS" and so are each of you who demand equality.

God Bless and fair well.

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Below is a portion of an article appearing on the Maine.gov website and requiring all able-bodied persons to work in order to keep receiving food stamp benefits. This is a great idea which is long overdue, but in my opinion does not go far enough. This is estimated to affect only 12,000 food stamp recipients, while the total number of Maine recipients, at about 240,000, is twenty times the 12,000 figure. Certainly there must be a great many able bodied individuals within this large recipient group who are capable of working, so what's really going on?

The work requirement affects persons between 18 and 49 years of age, which is somewhat reasonable, but why not 18 through 65? Is a 50 year old person incapable of work simply because of their age? What's more, the work requirement excludes all pregnant women. While a pregnant woman should not be required to perform work that is physically demanding, there are many activities in which pregnant women could be employed without posing a health risk, and pregnant women who are gainfully employed are commonly seen performing and continuing such duties until shortly before their due date. The new work requirement also excludes anyone who has "dependents living with them," and what sense does that make? This has to be a huge number of individuals. This would negate the work requirement for anyone who is married or has any children, which is crazy. This group of individuals should be the first ones put to work, as they represent the highest burden to taxpayers. Instead, this exemption encourages recipients to be non-productive. One could suggest that parents, especially single parents who have young children, need to care for their children and therefore cannot work, but this should not be an excuse for non-work. Heck, why not train some of these single parents to work at providing child care for other single parents so that all these parents would be working?

As usual, the solution that is presented by government, and shown below, is not really a solution at all. Those who have been long-term food stamp recipients will continue to do the least they need to in order to continue receiving these benefits, and thus will ensure that they are within the groups that are excluded from work requirements.

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– The Maine Department of Health and Human Services announced today (July 23) it will require that most able-bodied recipients work, provide volunteer services or be involved in a specialized work training program in order to receive Food Supplement benefits.
Recipients of Food Supplement, more commonly known as Food Stamps, who are between ages 18 and 49, who have no dependents living with them, who are not pregnant and who are not disabled will have to meet the work participation requirement or the benefit will no longer be provided after three months.
“People who are in need deserve a hand up, but we should not be giving able-bodied individuals a handout,’’ said Maine Governor Paul R. LePage. “We must continue to do all that we can to eliminate generational poverty and get people back to work. We must protect our limited resources for those who are truly in need and who are doing all they can to be self-sufficient.”
Nearly 12,000 people in the Food Supplement program are considered ‘Able-Bodied Adults without Dependents’ by federal rules. Approximately $15 million a year in Food Supplemental benefits are provided to this group.
- See more at: Maine.gov - Government: News
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I recently reported on the New York City "Highrise Safety Initiative," which is a grassroots effort to place a ballot question before NYC voters asking for a comprehensive and independent investigation into the collapse of WTC building 7. As my last report stated, the petition drive was successful, and the petitions were delivered to city hall. The mayor and city council members, of course, were reluctant to allow this question to be placed on the November ballots, and played the citizen initiative up as being an unnecessary, unjustified, and needless expense, and claiming that the matter has already been amply investigated by federal authorities and agencies.

In order to ensure that the question would be placed on the ballots, a second petition drive was put in motion, and required a minimum of 15,000 additional signatures. The actual amount of signatures gained in this second drive topped 33,000, and these petitions will be delivered to the city hall in the first week of September.


It is a virtual certainty that the mayor and city council will continue to obstruct inclusion of this ballot question, but the petitioners are prepared to take these authority figures to court if need be, and are confident that they will win.

In the meantime, the citizen initiative has been gaining more and more supporters, as well as becoming the focus of many news stories which are drawing attention to the issue, and this is definitely a good thing.
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Finally, some well deserved media attention presented fairly

Architect Richard Gage, the founder of Architects and Engineers For 9/11 Truth, appeared on CSPAN's morning show Washington Journal yesterday. His appearance was a 45 minute segment, which allowed Gage the opportunity to explain how the NIST report on the collapse of WTC Building 7, as well as the twin towers, fails to address the forensic evidence that AE911Truth's building and technical experts have accumulated, including the symmetrical destruction of Building 7 at free-fall acceleration, the explosions reported by first responders, the evidence of thermite in the dust, and the molten iron found in the rubble of all three towers. Gage also pointed out that at least two media outlets — CNN and the BBC — reported the destruction of Building 7 before it actually occurred.

If you missed Gage's appearance on CSPAN, which was seen by millions of viewers, you can still see it here. And if you haven't watched AE911Truth's video which explains the evidence of controlled demolition, go to this link: 9/11: Explosive Evidence – Experts Speak Out.
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Feds Demo 9/11

How else would they be able to put their supercomputers in so fast? I heard these guys over the phone say this years ago on the ALex Jones show.

Then I watched each floor implode one behind the next in a perfect harmonious display of state of the art demolition. Boom, Boom, Boom each floor disintegrated, magically, by accident, each detention a split second apart.

Of course the mainstream liars will just wave their witchcraft wands moving their lips and all of the airheads from around the globe just line up like pigeons to be fed the evil worm.

Mainstream news just keeps the beer commercials running like a faucet while they slip in a few more mis-truths so the tittering populous with never really catch on. Tomorrow CCN will cast a new spell on their captives who teaches those watching around the world that we are all one big happy family.

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New examples of arrogance

When you consider the leaks and whistle blower comments that the unintelligent media let slip at an almost continuous rate, is it not a wonder that the powers continue in arrogance and smug contempt of the majority? Democracy is a sham. Pollsters demonstrate that every day. The majority does not rule. We live in an oligarchy. It is really quite obvious. The natural questions really do have answers, but few people have the courage or integrity to act on the obvious. Look at two examples with me.

1. Why do the majority tolerate this irrational behavior?

2. What should be done about it?

The majority tolerate the behavior of the powers because they believe they are helpless to do anything about it. The fact, of course, is they are not helpless. The problem is courage, not lack of power.

The majority need to realize they are the majority and act on that knowledge with integrity. What would that look like? Stop repeating lies and confront the false information that saps the power of TRUTH, JUSTICE and RIGHT. Act with integrity with every fiber of your being. The lies and fraud are being exposed and things can move in a better direction. Exercise what little power you have now and "shame the devil" by your own words and deeds. Study the polls and realize that the deception is failing right now, right here in full view.
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I’m watching the events unfold in Ferguson Mo where the young black teen was shot and killed. I am very pleased to see the riots and protests against the police but I hate to see the looting which is taking place.

I personally feel (but get a feeling it’s a general unspoken consensus among the other whites I know) that it’s a very sad reflection on the overall black community that those two parasites Sharpton and Jessie Jackson are there once again exploiting the black people for their own selfish personal gain and attention. These two men are leeches and only make the black community look bad and only erode any validity that race relations play into such issues.

Another black commentator was telling his people (referring to other blacks) that he was upset at all the looting because while this story was bringing such international attention it was those blacks looting that stood out and gave the appearance that it was the Planet of the Apes #3. While I agree the black community does hurt itself at times I think this entire story is much deeper than race. Sure the white cracker police were profiling, that’s a given but what’s deeper is the fact they police are killing unarmed innocent people and pets every day and then lying and getting away with it.

I am glad people are standing up and fighting the police I think it’s time. This entire case is so wrong and the officer who shot this young man deserves to be tried for murder and set to prison, until that happens there is no justice and this case might eventually blow over but the people are finally standing up. Like with Clive Bundy, I think the people were not so much for him as they were opposed to how the law was treating him, in this case I think it goes the same.

I feel very soon the white police chief will be relieved of his duty and the officers will be found to have lied and covered up their crimes. They will be exposed and charged. Until then there is no justice for any race out there as the police have become too powerful and too corrupt.

I hope the protests and the curfew breaking continues but I hope that if there is going to be any further looting that its done to the police station or directed at something significant, and not a private business.
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I have to say Ferguson is the perfect storm of BS.
Vandalism was misreported as looting the night before last. Look at the pictures from then. Curiously all the stuff is still on the store shelves.
Looters that forgot to loot i guess.

Secondly , protests of this kind or any other type of issue advocacy has been proven to be absolutely USELESS.

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If they really want to make a change, the people there should unincorporate Ferguson and start from scratch.

Fire the whole lot of public officials.
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