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Wednesday, 26 May 2010

Deportation on the rise

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Did you know that thousands of Americans are being deported to other countries--countries in which they are foreigners? Well, it's happening, and it's going to get worse--a lot worse.

Imagine this. An Afro-American veteran, the son of Afro-American veterans--once by birth, once by adoption--is deported after living for 40 years as an American to a country where he doesn't know the language, isn't connected to the culture, and has no known relatives--all because his mother, whom he never knew, was a German citizen. This is the case of Rudi Robinson, who has been banned from the US since 2003. By being adopted out of one American family into another, he lost out on being able to inherit either his natural or his adopted father's American citizenship, and reverted to the citizenship of his mother, a prostitute born in Nazi Germany.

The US Government is not at present deporting, either externally or internally, any holders of American passports. But I do know of a couple of cases in which it revoked the passports of Americans who had been born overseas, forcing them to go through naturalization before they could get new ones.

American citizenship, which our own African-American president was ineligible to inherit from his teen-aged mother who was fornicating with a married alien, is turning out to be not such an easy thing to hang on to for those who weren't born in the U.S.A. It's no wonder he doesn't want anyone to see his birth certificate; imagine him being deported to Kenya once he and his party fall from power!

At least he'd be able to live high on the hog there, with his numerous US Government pensions, aside from the forfeited presidential one. But he'd probably really miss the Secret Service protection.

4 comments:

  1. 量力而為,別勉強了,Cut your coat according to your cloth...................................................

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  2. Another think--if you're not an American citizen, don't marry one thinking that will help. What it is likely to do is break up your marriage, with one of you in each country hoping for permission to be in the same one. The US is deporting a LOT of men married to American women.

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  3. Benaminga,
    I can't take the time to translate all your comments, and the vast majority of my readers don't read Chinese. So consider this the last time one of your Chinese comments gets approved.
    You wrote:
    Love your enemies; Pray for those who persecute you.

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