SLAVERY OF BLACKS IN 1860 TO SLAVERY OF MEXICANS IN 2010
By Frosty Wooldridge
March 22, 2010
The march on Washington DC this past Sunday by illegal aliens and their advocates promoted illegality to legality, criminal activity to lawful manifestation and the U.S. Constitution to the trash heap of history. The march bet that crime does pay and that criminals deserve citizenship and that lawful American citizens must pay for everything to accept criminal illegal aliens in America. What will be that cost? The Heritage Foundation projected a cost of between $3 billion to $5 billion depending on the final count of illegal aliens that gain amnesty. If the total hits 25 to 30 million as some sources state, that cost would rise concurrently.
What caused the march? Who stands at fault? What will be done? How will it end up?
Look to the past four presidents and the last four congresses to find the evil, the dirt, the duplicity of men and women avoiding their oaths of office.
SLAVERY IN 1860 OF AMERICAN BLACKS AND ITS ULTIMATE CONSEQUECES: CIVIL WAR
In 1860, Mark Twain wrote, “A man didn't invent the law; it is merely his business to obey it and keep still; join the universal conspiracy and keep so still that he shall deceive his fellow-conspirators into imagining that he doesn't know that the law exists. It is what we all do--we that know. I am speaking of the lie of silent assertion; we can tell it without saying a word, and we all do it--we that know. In the magnitude of its territorial spread it is one of the most majestic lies that civilizations make it their sacred and anxious care to guard and watch and propagate.
“For instance. It would not be possible for a humane and intelligent person to invent a rational excuse for slavery; yet you will remember that in the early days of the emancipation agitation in the North, the agitators got but small help or countenance from any one. Argue and plead and pray as they might, they could not break the universal stillness that reigned, from pulpit and press all the way down to the bottom of society--the clammy stillness created and maintained by the lie of silent assertion--the silent assertion that there wasn't anything going on in which humane and intelligent people were interested.”
Twain, also said, “Suppose you were an idiot; and suppose you were a member of Congress; ah, but I repeat myself.”
Back in 1860, the lie of silent assertion caused a states-rights rebellion in the south, and ultimately the question of slavery cost America 620,000 men and women in the Civil War that followed.
Silent assertion continues as the U.S. Congress and president, “Lie, obfuscate, suppress, ignore and deny a social wrong or condition.” While they ignored it during the entire process of forming this nation, it boiled over for decades until it received attention and resolve in the Civil War. At horrible cost!
Final reality: slavery proves wrong, immoral, unethical and cannot and does not fit into the U.S. Constitution.
Why did it persist in America? Money, big money and more money for the landed gentry, the few rich and the elites!
MEXICANS AS SLAVES IN 21ST CENTURY AMERICA
Today, the same slave holders, American employers of illegal aliens, operate in silent-assertion everywhere across America where over 20 million illegal aliens, modern day slaves, toil at wages that allow them only to eat and house themselves. They live in the shadows, not part of America, like the Blacks back in 1860, but used and abused at will. Are they happy? Not really, but they are happier than living in their third world countries where entrenched poverty manifests so much that they cannot enjoy the barest of menial accommodations such as toilets, clean water and a decent life.
But, much like the silent-assertion that created the Civil War in 1860, those 21st century slaves marching on Washington DC last Sunday, represent a still greater danger to the breakdown of the United States. They demand lawful access to this nation’s educational, medical, Social Security, housing, food stamps, insurance, welfare and other systems through their unlawful actions. In other words, turn this country into the same country they fled.
In a report in the Denver Post, March 21, 2010, “The war next door,” Charles Bowden reported that 17,000 Mexican civilians lost their lives in Mexico via the drug cartels in the past 36 months. Mexico represents a failed state in the Western Hemisphere, just like Haiti.
If the U.S. Congress passes another amnesty like it did in 1986, it will unleash a legal accommodation of 20 to 30 million people with no allegiance to or investment in the United States of America, our culture, language or lawful way of life. Once initiated, this flood of humanity will inundate every level and every sector of the every community in America. It will profoundly change what America was into something that Americans don’t want to become: another Mexico; another third world country.
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POVERTY BEGETS POVERTY, ILLITERACY BEGETS ILLITERACY, LAWLESSNESS BEGETS MORE LAWLESSNES
As this amnesty beat grows, I urge you to join Roy Beck at www.numbersusa.com and add your voice to enforcing our laws and saving our communities from this 21st century slavery as well as relentless immigration and crime upon our country. If you fail, you fail your children and future generations. Out of the next 100 million people projected population added to this country in the next 25 years, over 70 million will be third world immigrants and their children. Look to Detroit, Chicago, Miami, Houston and Los Angeles for examples of what will become of your cities across America.
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