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By Lynn Stuter

May 2, 2006

News last week brought the startling, if not shocking, announcement that the American government has been providing the Mexican government with the location of citizen groups and citizen volunteers acting as extra eyes and ears to the American Border Patrol. The shock to many is that the American government would do such a thing, putting the lives of innocent Americans in jeopardy.

Then came the no less shocking news that Mexican consulate officials were provided office space in the Tucson offices of the U.S. Border Patrol in February, 2006, and are being allowed to dictate Border Patrol agent�s activities. At least one agent resigned in protest.

And, of course, as is usual when the government gets caught engaging in unethical (or treasonous) activities, its standard operating procedure (SOP) is to deny, deny, deny. However, information that has only been given to the government by the citizen groups helping patrol the border, and citizen groups acting in other parts of the United States to curb illegal alien activity, has ended up in the hands of the Mexican government and found its way to a Mexican government website. This is information that goes far beyond the requirements of the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations of 1963, requiring that government detained foreign nationals be given access to their consulate. It doesn�t take a rocket scientist to deduce that it was the United States government who supplied the Mexican government with that information.

Let�s be clear here. We are not talking about immigration � people obtaining the required documents and entering the United States legally; we are talking about illegal aliens, foreign nationals entering the United States at other than legal border checkpoints and without the required identification or documents. And let�s be very clear on what this represents. Twelve to 20 million illegal aliens residing within the borders of the United States constitutes an illegal invasion. When the majority of those illegal aliens come from one country, said illegal invasion becomes an act of aggression; in fact, an act of war. That country is Mexico.

Article III, � 3, Constitution, United States of America: �Treason, proof and punishment. Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying war against them, or in adhering to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort. No person shall be convicted of treason unless on the testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act, or on confession in open court.

The congress shall have power to declare the punishment of treason, but no attainder of treason shall work corruption of blood, or forfeiture except during the life of the person attainted.�

In providing a foreign nation (Mexico) information deleterious to the health and safety of American citizens, those responsible have committed an act of treason in �adhering to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort� when the enemy is levying war against America.

Who is ultimately responsible for this act of treason?

Twice in the last month, Americans have been witness to the orchestrated demonstrations of illegal aliens in major American cities. On May 1, 2006, the intent was to show Americans how much economic damage the illegal aliens, the foreign aggressors, could do in our country by not showing up for work. Sympathetic employers and businesses closed their doors that day in a show of support for these illegal invaders.

But the effort fell flat as the economic impact wasn�t even a blip on the radar screen of American commerce. The effect was however, a more than adequate demonstration to the American people of the sheer numbers of illegal aliens being allowed to live without fear of deportation in the United States while they take jobs from the people of the United States who need them. In turn, the money being made by these illegal invaders is being sent out of the United States to Mexico while American taxpayers foot the medical and welfare bills of the illegal aliens, and while the companies employing the illegal aliens pocket the profit from not paying taxes or benefits, paying lower wages but maintaining comparable market price.

And while these illegal invaders blocked streets, caused congestion, and cost American taxpayers the overtime and extra police needed to monitor their illegal activities, not one illegal was deported as required by law. And with the exception of possibly the Honorable Representative Ron Paul (Texas) and the Honorable Representative Tom Tancredo (Colorado), not one United States Senator or Representative had the gumption to stand up and demand these illegal invaders be rounded up and deported.

Some explanation of why this did not occur can be found in an article written by Melissa Sattly on August 19, 2001 and published in the Brownsville Herald. In the article a Mexican citizen and former government official is quoted as stating, �In Mexico, Bush is viewed as a friend because he is making changes in the United States to open borders, fight the trucking issue and promote immigration reform.�

The article has other telling statements to make, �Immigration is another hot topic of dialogue between Fox and Bush. In past speeches the Mexican president has advocated an open border policy and amnesty for more than 3 million Mexicans living illegally in the United States.

Bush has proposed granting the amnesty and supports a guest worker program, sponsored by Republican Sen. Phil Gramm of Texas, that would offer limited work permits to Mexicans working certain jobs in the United States.�

The article also allows as how while governor of Guanajuato, Mexico, Fox �saw firsthand the powerful draw of jobs north of the border.�

All of this according to the passions, prejudices and opinions of President George W Bush in complete indifference to the law that requires illegal aliens to be deported to their nation of origin. We are a constitutional republic, not a democracy in which the passions, opinions and prejudices of the majority are visited upon the minority in an act of oppression; constitutional republic vs democracy; rule of law vs passions, opinions and prejudices.

America was established on the rule of law, not as a democracy. The law says these illegal invaders must be deported. It is the responsibility of our elected representatives in Washington DC to see that they are deported. The cost to American taxpayers in wages, benefits, crime, medical, schooling and welfare has and will continue to far exceed the cost of deportation.

But in his total disregard for the law in pursuit of his passions, opinions and prejudices, it doesn�t take a rocket scientist to figure out why President George W Bush has done nothing about the 12 to 20 million illegal aliens now residing in the United States; 9 to 17 million more than was estimated in 2001. Further, it doesn�t take a rocket scientist to figure out that the actions of government employees under his leadership is a direct reflection of his policies; in this instance, providing information deleterious to the health and safety of American citizens to the Mexican government due to Bush and Fox being of one accord regarding the illegal invasion of America by citizens of Mexico.

That the United States government is supplying information to a foreign government deleterious to the lives and safety of American citizens is an act of treason. It is also an impeachable offense that President George W Bush has and is allowing this to happen. It becomes apparent that his allegiance to Fox and the nation of Mexico is greater than his allegiance to the United States of America which is also an impeachable offense.

And then, of course, there is that ever-present fact that if GW was serious about stopping terrorism, he would secure our southern border and stop the illegal invasion. It becomes very obvious that the War on Terror is not about terrorism but about control and oppression of the American people.

Along this same line, Title IV of Public Law 107-56, the U.S. Patriot Act, is entitled �Protecting the Border�. Subtitle A of Title IV addresses the northern border (with Canada); there is no provision for protecting the southern border. Now one would assume, given the greater potential for terrorists to cross the southern border, that this section would make provision for that probability, and if GW was serious about protecting the United States of America from terrorists, the Patriot Act would carry such a provision. That it doesn�t makes it apparent that GW wants that border left open to terrorists and further, that the Patriot Act is about controlling Americans, not stopping terrorism.

Former impeached president William Jefferson Clinton desecrated the Oval Office by playing around with Monica Lewinsky. Is illegal spying on the American people any different? Is lying to the American people any different? Is invading Iraq under a false flag any different? Is initiating the phony War on Terror under a false flag any different? Is exerting undue influence on a supposedly independent commission investigating 9/11 any different? Is illegally databasing millions of telephone records from AT&T, Verizon and BellSouth any different? Is committing acts of treason any different?

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In short, President George Walker Bush is no better than William Jefferson Clinton was. To claim Clinton was wrong because he is a Democrat but Bush is right because he is a Republican is the epitome of hypocrisy. Republican or Democrat, right is right, wrong is wrong, and treason is treason.

George Walker Bush deserves to be, and should be, impeached. For providing the Mexican government with information deleterious to the health and safety of American citizens, he should be charged with treason.

� 2006 Lynn M. Stuter - All Rights Reserved

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Mother and wife, Stuter has spent the past ten years researching systems theory with a particular emphasis on education. She home schooled two daughters, now grown and on their own. She has worked with legislators, both state and federal, on issues pertaining to systems governance and education reform. She networks nationwide with other researchers and citizens concerned with the transformation of our nation. She has traveled the United States and lived overseas.

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In short, President George Walker Bush is no better than William Jefferson Clinton was. To claim Clinton was wrong because he is a Democrat but Bush is right because he is a Republican is the epitome of hypocrisy. Republican or Democrat, right is right, wrong is wrong, and treason is treason.