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Protecing the Rule of American Law - America's Protection is the World's Protection

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Feb 1, 2017 at 19:03

The use of the term 'cheat codes' as a response to defeating the questionnaires that are presumably designed to 'smoke out' undesirable applicants seeking to enter the United States may seem like there is no practical or efficient way to set up an 'eligibility for entry' system that attempts to operate according the legal means of entry into the United States. There are, of course, existing laws that were enacted years ago; but who is enforcing them now without being berated for defending the peaceful access to American freedoms.
The polemics in effect now make it all but impossible to be a peaceful American-born citizen, let alone those seeking naturalized status. Resident aliens are more problematic.
America's problem now is that more and more are no longer seeking the well-being of an America that has existed for decades as the place for leading peaceful lives under the rule of law set up by the founders-anarchism, lawlessness, religious fanaticism (not just Islamicism), communism, secularism, and all the rest of the 'isms'- are screaming that they are not willing to allow the American expression of freedom to live in peace among the citizenry, thus creating the dynamics that we see now. What the enemies of America are saying is that they hate America; and even more they hate those who trying to defend an America in which people are protected by that very rule of law the enemies of America want torn down.
War against America is not a recent fad or circumstantial situation of these current times. But America is getting its warnings that if the enemies are being given any chance to edge out truth and true respect for a lawful application of power, peaceful coexistence crumbles.
That is what this business of unlawful entry is about, something the former American Administrative Chief Executive of the United States is counting upon to underscore his desire to protect his legacy of trashing America. His legacy is setting America up for war; that is what the downsizing and sequestering of the military is all about. Getting the moles of his own form of a fifth column mixed in with actual asylum seekers is part of that. That is why he smirks at Trump all the while continuing to undermine America.
So, here's to the Trump attempt to keep America true to the founders. My ancestors went through way more than any current attempts to get here - and they were Caucasian. Go figure......

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