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Would you turn your back on reality?
Would you deny that the USA is not an Apartheid federation?
Could you deny that Apartheid has been entrenched in a system of discriminatory immigration laws, and above all, the practices that govern the operation of the U.S. government? Would you deny that American democracy is being perverted? Isn't American law deceptive, in view of American practices?
Most of U.S. laws do not look discriminatory on the surface. However, a more in depth analysis of some would reveal the extent to which they discriminate between citizens, intending citizens and nationals. By studying the law and practices anyone would reach the unavoidable conclusion: the United States is an Apartheid federation, and this Apartheid not only manifests itself socially, but that it is also embedded in the so called "justice system" covering-up white collar crimes unfortunately.
Undeniably, immigration laws are quite discriminatory in
their nature. For example, see the IRCA
(Immigration Reform Control Act) as of 1986, in particular,
8 U.S.C. section 1324b, which is useless
and abused by "anointed" administrative judges. These
judges are inspired by the "panders" i.e. the corrupted
Immigration Naturalization Service, even though the judicial
branch pretends to be separated from the executive branch.
Practically, the United States offers easy acceptance of foreigners, but attempts to deny them social services. Germany (for example) has been firmly increasing access restriction, but is preserving the rights and services for those inside their country. Although the United States discourages dual citizenship, in reality it is silent and does nothing to prevent its preferred citizens from holding dual citizenship and abusing it.
In conclusion, the actual policies of the U.S. Government recklessly disregard the U.S. Constitution and Federal Statutes.
Read my 1995 article published in Civil-Rights List
See related articles in PUBPOL
See my NewsGroups ProfileDr. Tavel's Immigration Page Abolish the INS
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