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The Union of South American Nations (UNASUR) announces displeasure with Arizona’s SB1070, which law will make it possible when the law soon takes effect for Arizona law enforcement to question immigration status of any individual stopped for reasonable cause.

SB1070 contains no directive for law enforcement to stop anyone based upon race, ethnicity or national origin. In fact, the law intentionally denies these as credible reasons for law enforcement to question anyone and makes penalties available for anyone who acts contrarily to that.

To those decrying the legislation, it is clear that many making their many outrageous complaints about the legislation are motivated by their own hysteria or criminal reliance — and worse, that their own racism is badly affecting their judgment. The old “blame the White man with blue eyes” excuse runs rampant among many cultures globally but it’s quite common, in my experience, among Hispanics, Latinos, Muslims and more than a few Black people.


Formed in 2004, UNASUR includes Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Guyana, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Surinam, Uruguay and Venezuela.

Back here in the U.S., all racist accusations aside, immigration status is defined by U.S. (federal) law. So there’s no new requirement for immigration status in Arizona to be questioned or be curious about that doesn’t already exist as defined by the U.S. Constitution (as represented in federal law). Condemning enforcing such law/s indicates an opposition to the U.S. Constitution as it also often reveals a source that relies on the law not being enforced for various untoward if not criminal reasons — condemning enforcement based upon drummed-up resentments that allege racial bias and such is emotionally agitating as it is also politically expedient, but it does not mean that any racial-bias exists and more often than not, none does exist. Enforcement isn’t an issue of emotion, it’s an application of reason.

UNASUR makes their recent, highly politically Leftwing smear — and it is a hysterical one, hysterical as in motivated by emotion that is lacking the effects of reason — of and about the state of Arizona:

The Union of South American Nations, or Unasur, ‘rejects the criminalization of migrants [which will] allow people to be detained because of their racial, ethnic, language, and migratory status,” the group said Tuesday.

Most of the nations from Mexico down through Peru (Central and South America) have much more stringent and harsh immigration and citizenship requirements than does the U.S., as also exercise much more harsh intrusions upon individuals in the name of citizenship and legal context than does the U.S. Stories about how “migrants” from beyond Mexico’s Southern border are shot when they attempt to enter Mexico, for example — and that’s just for starters. There exists a long history of abysmally barbaric acts upon individuals in Central and South America in nations in those regions by their various governments intruding on both vacationers and visitors of all kinds who they “suspect” of being “foreigners” — and who they then question, harass or even imprison accordingly based upon little else other than by state force. Perhaps in their languages, the term, “migrants” only applies to their citizens who assume they are entitled to enter and remain in the U.S. illegally under U.S. laws, thus leaving their home nations to take their dependencies on the state to the U.S. where it is assumed they will be taken care of by the U.S. taxpayers — and many, many millions are.

What UNASUR is rattling on about is that one state in the U.S. has taken a bold step to question immigration status (and under reasonable terms at that, which UNASUR ignores). This just might limit UNASUR’s ongoing pummeling of U.S. social services and resources and national security, and the idea that their “migrants” just may find certain brakes being applied to their use of U.S. taxpayer-funded services (and our nation’s security) seems to have pushed UNASUR further into their Protect-the-Cartels position.

The Central and South American nations — as also many from the Middle, Near and Far East (and not to omit worldwide) — have grown accustomed to using the U.S. taxpayers and our geography and other resources to support their impoverished and needy. Corrupt politicians in the U.S. have grown fat and secure in office by assisting this “wealth redistribution” process and Obama continues to prance with sarcasm and taunts in his disdain for the sovereignity of the U.S.A. while appearing to actually enjoy seeing the nation corrupted to benefit distant shores and opposing borders.

Our nation has been used and terribly abused for decades now by other countries and populations — the grossest abuse of our borders and immigration laws originates in Mexico — who view our boundaries as mere inconvenience to their needs to plummet what they can and do find here after breaching the boundaries. Worse, there’s little to no guilt by those who commit and continue these parasitic acts.

That Barack Obama is not speaking out in support of the state of Arizona in their attempts to secure our nation against the assault of illegal immigration (and the array of crimes associated with that population of offenders) is despicably lacking in courage and decency from a President of this nation. At this rate, what nation and what interests does Obama represent?


Square-Red-SML Reference:

South American Nations Condemn `Racist’ Arizona Immigration Law

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