Eric “My People” Holder has filed a lawsuit against South Carolina to block its new immigration law.
“Pushing undocumented individuals out of one state and into another is simply not a solution to our immigration challenges,” Assistant Attorney General Tony West told reporters.
Rick Perry and Michele Bachmann have issued statements in support of the South Carolina immigration law. Perry’s own defense of the Texas DREAM Act is more about defending his sorry record than anything else. He opposes the federal DREAM Act.
This doesn’t come as a surprise. We knew the Justice Department would sue South Carolina which has the same law that was passed in Alabama and Arizona. The National Immigration Law Center is prodding the Justice Department to move forward and sue Utah, Georgia, and Indiana which passed weaker versions.
As long as South Carolina is part of the United States, it will continue to have this problem. If you are familiar with the Rival Nations thesis, you know we are not going to “take our country back.”
The Democratic Party controls the White House and the Senate. The base of the Democratic Party is The Left Coast, the Upper Midwest, and the Northeast. That’s the MSNBC audience.
The Democrats who come from these areas support open borders and amnesty because they want to flood the conservative regions of America with enough Asian and Hispanic voters to enable them to use the gentry liberal strategy to control the federal government.
They want to demographically overwhelm the White conservatives of the Southeast and Southwest with impoverished non-Whites dependent upon government patronage and federal military protection. This is the same strategy the Yankees used when they enfranchised blacks to lord over South Carolina during Reconstruction.
We are never going to “secure the border” as long as we remain a part of the United States. The political class in Washington doesn’t want to secure the border. The Democratic media is ferociously opposed to securing the border.
The states can pass tough immigration laws, but the federal courts will block them. We can pass laws that criminalize illegal immigration, but the federal government won’t enforce those laws. We can build the border fence, but that won’t stop amnesty or the neverending waves of legal immigration.
There is only one solution to our immigration crisis: capturing control of our state governments, secession from the United States, and creating our own federal government in the South.
We are a people without a government. As long as we remain without a government, we will continue to disappear as a people. It is that simple.