STANDING UP: America Should Ignore Obama Executive Action for Amnesty

Written by Paul Hair on August 31, 2014

Traitors leading the nation are escalating their calls for amnesty as they openly wage their Illegal Alien War on America and if Obama heeds them via an executive order Americans should respond by ignoring it.

Talking heads and politicians have repeatedly said that the illegal alien invasion is an immigration crisis because Congress has refused to act. This, in turn, has allowed the president and his supporters to hint that he will issue an executive order granting amnesty to illegal aliens under the justification that he “must” since Congress “refuses to act.”

Yet both the premise and solutions are entirely wrong. First, there is no immigration crisis. There is an Illegal Alien War. And that war is occurring not because Congress refuses to act, but because the President of the United States refuses to enforce the laws that our legislative system long ago passed to protect our national security. In fact, the president doesn’t just refuse to enforce border security; he actively violates it by facilitating the illegal alien invasion through human trafficking and collusion with his fellow traitors. This, therefore, also makes their solution to the problem wrong. The solution isn’t amnesty; it’s deportation of all invaders and treason prosecutions for those who have helped them.

But there is nothing to indicate that any leader with the power to do so will correctly identify the problem and enact the correct solution. So it’s time for Americans to fight back. And the way to fight back in this instance is to ignore any Obama executive action for amnesty. After all, if Obama and the government don’t have to follow the law, why should anyone else?

Of course, no one is going to ignore any executive action for amnesty unless national leaders call for people to do it. Morale is low in the Department of Homeland Security, and there probably are plenty of people in it who gladly would ignore an order that advances the destruction of the nation. But they wouldn’t do so unless congressmen, governors, other public officials, and pundits would support them and encourage them to do so even as they work to enact legislative solutions countermanding the executive action.

This would be unprecedented. But then again, supporting an invasion force that is occupying and taking over the nation was unprecedented at one time too. There just needs to be a change of mindset in our culture . . . and a willingness to stand firm in the face of inevitable outrage from traitors.

Refusing to obey an executive order from Obama would be met with fierce resistance. Traitors would naturally deem this civil disobedience as “racist,” and they would claim those supporting it were inciting a war and violence. And many people would fall for this and soon end their civil disobedience.

But remember, apart from the Illegal Alien War traitors are actively engaging in other lawlessness and warfare. Take Ferguson, MO, for example. They have already engaged in lawlessness and violence there and are threatening even more if “justice” isn’t done for Michael Brown (even as no one knows the full story of what happened yet). In fact, they are engaging in constant information operations to justify any future lawlessness and violence (in Ferguson or elsewhere).

Public officials and pundits have said that life in Ferguson is comparable to Fallujah, Iraq (an insult to anyone who has ever actually been in a war zone), said that it is essentially an apartheid state, and otherwise have worked to make Ferguson seem so unjust as to make the public sympathize with the violence and lawlessness that has occurred and that might occur in the future. They have even promised, “no justice, no peace,” if their brand of “justice” does not occur.

These are revolutionary statements and actions, but the public has been conditioned to accept them as standard operating procedure. Therefore, merely ignoring an executive order for illegal aliens should be rather easy to do if patriotic leaders are willing to challenge the status quo.

But will that actually occur should Obama declare amnesty? Probably not. Still, it would be the right thing to do. And if people aren’t willing to do the right thing at this point then there really is no hope for the nation.



Paul Hair
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