posted on Jan, 27 2010 @ 03:03 AM
What is the definition of an illegal alien?
Many who believe in a one world government cite this idea that no one is illegal, or everyone is illegal.
However, let's look at an extreme example. Most nations, when you enter them, require a visa so they can know your criminal background as well as
your country of origin. The argument here seems to be that Mexicans who come across the United States' border without announcement are as legal as
the Europeans who came to this land the same way.
So lets say there's a gentleman who, in Canada, has raped 46 children under the age of 12. He has been tried and convicted, and there is no doubt
he's raped those 46 kids. To avoid sentencing, he comes to the US by sneaking over the border without being announced, i.e. without a visa. Now we
have this pedophile rapist in the U.S., and the INS wants to deport him. But, there's no such thing as an illegal alien. He came from another
nation, but what are borders? Everyone has the right to live wherever they want! And so this guy moves next door to you. You and your kids.
But that's ok, right? After all, why should he have to go through official channels? Your children are less important than having folks from another
nation have to go through official channels and let law enforcement know what they've done in other nations, right?
Did Europeans encroach on Indian land against their will, against their laws? Yeah, I suspect they did. Does that mean anyone should be able to do the
same in any land? Does rape make rape right? Does theft make theft right?
So what if it happened in the past, we live in the present, and the present is the only time we can effect. Are we willing to let folks get away with
murder today because we let them get away with it yesterday?
I say no. What say you?