Yesterday, the US Department of Commerce announced a decision that has evidently caused the Progressives in our Country to come unglued. HOW DARE THE US NATIONAL GOVERNMENT ask if the respondent, on the US Census Form, is a US Citizen?? The horror of it all that the US Citizen should be the determining factor in many of the decisions made by THEIR government. Including determining how the US House Districts are apportioned, and how Federal funds are distributed.
The following article was posted in the “Minuteman’s Minute” last year, but this decision by the Commerce Dept. makes it very relevant today. Your feedback is appreciated!
This essay is written for the education of the U.S. resident, who is NOT a U.S. Citizen. And it is also meant to educate and be a reminder to the U.S. Citizen who has lost their place. As I continue to watch what the actions of the Progressives, particularly in the Judiciary, that have happened since the election last November, I find myself asking, “Does anybody see that there is still any ‘value’ in being a U.S. Citizen?” I watch the reporting from the “news” media and the “soft bullying” of the electorate, which is composed of ONLY U.S. Citizens, is quite overwhelming. When did the fact that a resident of the United States, would actually support the basic Values and Principles that our Culture and Society is built upon as a U.S. Citizen, is a reason to be shamed? A question to my fellow U.S. Citizens, “is this alright with you?” I would really like to know. As a U.S. Citizen I will tell you that it is NOT all right with me.
I don’t care how much the “news” media, in their unabashed push for globalist multiculturalism, tries to shame me, the U.S. Citizen. Whether it’s as a “nationalist”, or a “nativist”, or a “xenophobe” or a “whatever phobe”, I know the greatest gift given to me by God, other than to know Him and His Son Jesus Christ, is the gift of being a U.S. Citizen. And I’m planning on getting more belligerent in my defense of this valuable gift. Will you? I want it to be known this has nothing to do with any other person’s race, ethnicity, nation of origin or religion, but if you are in the United States, and NOT a U.S. Citizen, you are inferior to the U.S. Citizen in this Country and in our Society. And I’m not sorry to tell you this.
The Founders of this Great Republic placed a real value on the blessing of Citizenship, and crafted our Constitution to provide the “Owners Manual” or “User Guide” for the self-governance of the Nation. They expected this design for self-governance to be executed for the enrichment, in all ways, of the Citizens of the Republic, as they were the Citizens of each of the Sovereign States. The Citizens of each Sovereign State were expected to do in their State those things necessary to establish and operate their own “Republican Form of Government” as laid out in Article IV, Section 4 of the Constitution, and Guaranteed to the Citizens of each State. In turn the Federal Government was to provide two real and basic protections, the protection from Invasion, and the protection against domestic Violence. I believe that today the Federal Government has reneged on both of these guarantees to the Citizens of the States.
Now, to the U.S. resident, who is not a U.S. Citizen, I want to know if your intent is to do what is real and necessary to become a U.S. Citizen? If this is not your true and total intent, to me you will always be my inferior. Some may see this as my being arrogant, but I see it as a statement of the value of being a U.S. Citizen. If becoming a U.S. Citizen is your true and total intent, then we will expect you to do those things that are real and necessary for you to do so. The very basic requirement is for you to CHOOSE to assimilate to our Culture and our Society.
First, you must have arrived in the United States, and have maintained your residency, legally. Any who are now here otherwise should never be allowed to acquire the gift of U.S. Citizenship until they correct this. Now, once that is established, next you must want to live and operate within the Rule of Law in the State where you reside. Since there is ONLY one true operational language in the United States, English, then your most basic need to assimilate in to the United States is learn the language. ALL laws, and interactions between the government and the individual, should ONLY be in English. There is and should be NO requirement on the U.S. Citizen to provide any government document or form in any language other than English. I’m a true believer in the idea that if you don’t learn our language, then you just need to get out of our Country. There is nothing mean or hateful about this because if you don’t know the language, you are and will always be an inferior resident. It just is what it is.
Once you get the language under control, the rest of the basics of U.S. Society will be relatively easy to understand and achieve. And once you meet the requirements as proscribed by the Naturalization Laws, you too can work to receive the gift of U.S. Citizenship. It’s time that We The People, the U.S. Citizen, start to stand and refuse to let ANYBODY diminish the value of our Citizenship as being no more important than being a resident. Many before US have fought and died to protect and insure the value of this gift, we are obliged to defend the same for those who deserve to receive it in the future. It’s time We The People must proudly stand and declare boldly “I AM A U.S. CITIZEN!”
God Bless America! And America, Bless God Again!