posted on May, 22 2010 @ 06:26 PM
Originally posted by Night Star
Originally posted by Afterthought
reply to post by GorehoundLarry
FEMA camps still are the fear. You might want to check out the link I provided cross referencing the states who are with Arizona & how prepared they
are for containment & deportation of criminals.
I don't want to ever see another genocide, but the police are going to lose their power to FEMA soon. Look at how the police are being down-sized
across the nation. I'm definitely seeing a shift in the power structure. What if the really nasty police will be asked to join FEMA & man the camps
If anyone is sent to a fema camp and harmed in any way, we can stand together and make sure that doesn't happen. We don't want illegals, but we're
not that heartless.
I felt this was important enough to copy the entire quotes.
This is exactly what people don't seem to understand. We are not asking for them to be sent to camps, we are not asking for them to be treated
poorly. We are asking for them to be returned to the country in which they are citizens in order to curtail them living in the shadows of our society
The majority of illegal immigrants are probably decent, good people. They have as much chance of being "good people" as any other citizen of this
However, and this is what differentiates them from citizens and those here lawfully -- they knowingly broke our laws by crossing our borders and
remaining here illegally
This is not an emotional nor moral issue. This is not a witch hunt, nor is it anti-Mexican. What it is is a problem that needs to be addressed,
preferably from the Federal government. In absence of the Federal government doing its job, the states are left no choice but to enforce the laws.
Especially since it's the states that have to deal with them.
Could they have a better life here than where they came from? Maybe....probably.
But I could have a better life living in Windsor Castle, but they won't let me in there either.