Saturday, December 21, 2013

An African American View Of Immigration

2African Americans are the only people on the American soil that did not immigrate to this country. This group was taken in chains, at least their ancestors were taken, and their heritage erased from their minds, forced to accept an alien religion, and fooled into a concept the captors called “Civilization”. This thing they called civilization was one of the biggest fallacies in the nation’s history because the root word is “Civil” and there was nothing civil about the brutality and inhumanity of slavery.
Now, let’s look at the issue of immigration or maybe I should say the fake propaganda that there is any kind of real attempt to address this issue. If we take a realistic interpretation, you will see that the people trapped in this quagmire face what amounts to a modern version of slavery. The fight against immigration reform is a simple an ideal; it is breed deep within the American system. In order for the system that we know to survive there must be a permanent underclass or the rich will be just like the rest of us. In the past, this system took advantage of “Negro’s” almost exclusively, but today they have “New Negroes”.
If the immigrant is illegal regardless of the country of origin; they are slaves in principle. They are not entitled to any rights and privileges of the state or the government. A 2012 survey by Gallup found roughly 640 million adults would want to migrate to another country and nearly one-quarter (23%) of these respondents, which translates to more than 150 million adults worldwide, named the United States as their desired destination.
Slavery has changed from the practice of taking human souls by force; rather today the system has conditioned millions to desire to come to this country and beg for this injustice. The fact is that this un-Godly behavior is so ingrained that “When they cannot see what amounts to a twentieth century form of slavery, they will never see the inhumanity of it”. Hence, those in the 47% will remain people of the underclass.
I don’t wish to imply that the most recent humans relegated to servitude are the only people who have made their way to America and suffered. However, history proves that those coming here from Europe or have a Caucasian background fair a lot better and in a reasonably short period are able to remove them from this station.
The Native Americans have yet to be viewed as full citizens, and they were here first. African Americans have never received full citizenship as there has been a constant push and pull for their rights. What I mean by that is regardless of what legislation passed to improve the station of African Americans, another is pasted to restrain that progress. For example, legal slavery ended and then Separate by Equal was invented. We were given the right to vote, and everything was done to stop the masses from voting.
My point here is this: with the debate over how to process with immigration reform, we have seen for every action there is a reaction. I don’t think there is political will to change the system that is designed to protect the system and therefore, little progress will be made to make just that which is unjust. And that’s my thought provoking perspective…

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