Why not make captured illegal aliens enter “re-education camps” along the border where they either earn their re-admission into the USA or else flunk out and, after an unpleasant period of punitive detention, get deported to their homeland with orders not to re-enter the USA under pain of long imprisonment. The illegal immigrants in the re-educations camps would be given the opportunity and incentive to acquire proficiency in English, prove a committent to White Christian culture, and demonstrate a humble law-abiding attitude – and if successful, be rewarded with permanent non-voting work & residency permits applicable to them and their descendants (ending birth place citizenship).
If illegals who get amnesty and their children are permanently prohibited from voting, the liberals will no longer have any incentive to bribe such voters with policies that harm real Americans.
It’s a win-win proposal, but, of course, it will never be agreed upon. The Liberals aren’t really interested in helping foreign workers, they only want their votes. To allow them to work indefinately without giving them the right to vote isn’t a solution that advances the ambitions of the Democratic party – so it will never get accepted.
Civic-nationalism is the attempt at forming political unity across racial and religious boundaries – according to Genesis chapter 11 it is an ideology that is doomed to fail.
The last 2,000 years have introduced to all races of mankind the true knowledge of God by Jesus Christ – thereby upsetting the old cultural religious glue that held people together. The challenge to command all nations to follow the teachings of Christ has been warped into a false religion of ethnic pluralism – as if Christ came to destroy the distinctions between races – repeating under a new “christian” guise the old folly God long ago destroyed at the tower of Babel (Genesis chapter 11).
Modern technology and long-distance travel has confronted mankind with his inability to ignore the race issue. Men are presently seeking to re-establish a Babylon of mixed-race civic nationalism rather than obey God’s way of recognizing nations as the extended families descended from common ancestors.
Genesis chapter 10 shows us that nations – Greek word “ethnos” – are made of families.
The very next chapter shows the futility and rebellion of man’s attempt to make artificial multi-cultural nations. The tower of Babel failed miserably because God opposed their endeavours.
Today’s chief proponent of uniting different peoples into a single nation by shared ideals – called “civic nationalism” – is the United States of America (hence, “Mystery Babylon”).
A flag, a constitution, and empty platitudes of “liberty and justice for all” will never unite the different races into a single nation. The American experiment – which unfortunately has by our super-power status infected the entire world – will fail spectacularly.
(Read Jeremiah 50-51, Isaiah 12-13, and Revelation 17-18).
“ And I saw another angel fly in the midst of heaven, having the everlasting gospel to preach unto them that dwell on the earth, and to every nation, and kindred, and tongue, and people, Saying with a loud voice, Fear God, and give glory to him; for the hour of his judgment is come: and worship him that made heaven, and earth, and the sea, and the fountains of waters. And there followed another angel, saying, Babylon is fallen, is fallen, that great city, because she made all nations drink of the wine of the wrath of her fornication.” Revelation 14:6-8
Curious Post script:
St Paul wrote, ” Despise not prophesyings. Prove all things; hold fast that which is good.” 1 Thessalonians 5:20-21.
In the Apocrypha (, which is not taken to be inspired or of rank with the scriptures, but nevertheless has been acknowledged to contain some edifying passages,) there is found the following prophesy about a three headed eagle and a lion that claims to relate to the vision of beasts found in Daniel chapter 7. Allegedly “Esdras” was written by Ezra. For those who are curious here is the passage:
The defenders of the notion that Revelation 17 and 18 describe Roman Catholicsm are growing increasingly agitated as more and more people come to the conclusion that the passages are actually describing the United States of America.