The Real Human Rights Violation

It’s not bad enough that Arizona has been sued by the Federal Government and Mexico. It’s not enough that they were condemned by China. Now in President Obama’s first U.S. Human Rights report to the UN Human Rights Council, he is getting the UN involved in the investigation. Before we get to that, let’s examine some of the misleading statements made by the Obama Administration. Firstly the Introduction:

The story of the United States of America is one guided by universal values shared the world over—that all are created equal and endowed with inalienable rights. In the United States, these values have grounded our institutions and motivated the determination of our citizens to come ever closer to realizing these ideals. Our Founders, who proclaimed their ambition “to form a more perfect Union,” bequeathed to us not a static condition but a perpetual aspiration and mission.

As the true Declaration of Independence says, it’s unalienable. Unalienable rights are rights given by god to an individual that can’t be sold, taken, or in any way given away. Inalienable rights are rights that and individual has that they can sale, give, or can be taken by the government.

In on section, they explain some of the executive orders given. Amazing considering executive orders are unconstitutional. In one section titled “Values and Immigration” they quote Ronald Reagan:

That immigrants have been consistently drawn to our shores throughout our history is both a testament to and a source of the strength and appeal of our vibrant democracy. As he left office, President Reagan remarked that the United States is “still a beacon, still a magnet for all who must have freedom, for all the pilgrims from all the lost places who are hurtling through the darkness, toward home.” Over the last 50 years, the U.S. has accepted several million refugees fleeing persecution from all corners of the globe as well as many millions of immigrants seeking a better life or joining family. Today, the United States and other countries to which a significant number of people seek to emigrate face challenges in developing and enforcing immigration laws and policies that reflect economic, social, and national security realities. In addressing these issues we seek to build a system of immigration enforcement that is both effective and fair.

True the U.S. has accepted many immigrants fleeing their tyrannical lands looking for freedom and a better country. But many of them have done it legally while many more millions are here illegally, which the section fails to note.

In the same section, the following is noted about Arizona’s Immigration law:

A recent Arizona law, S.B. 1070, has generated significant attention and debate at home and around the world. The issue is being addressed in a court action that argues that the federal government has the authority to set and enforce immigration law. That action is ongoing; parts of the law are currently enjoined.

What this part means is that the Administration has invited the UN to come and investigate the Arizona law. On November 5, the United States will be examined by UN bureaucrats from France, Japan, and Cameroon (an oppressive nation which is a member of the Organization of Islamic Conference). This trio will consider three items: Obama’s self-flagellating report, reports written about America by UN tribunals or international governing bodies, and testimony from non-governmental organizations with a pronounced anti-American bias. It will also consider “voluntary pledges and commitments made by the State,” such as suspending an Arizona state law.

Then the French, Japanese, and Cameroon diplomats will draw up a plan of action for the United States to implement. According to the UN Human Rights Council website, nations are re-examined every four years. The Human Rights Council looks for voluntary compliance. However, its website asserts, “The Human Rights Council will decide on the measures it would need to take in case of persistent non-cooperation by a State with the World Body.”

The immigration issues in America are up to America and America alone. Not Mexico, China, or the UN. If the Federal Government would do their job and protect the border and the states from invasion, there wouldn’t an issue in the first place. But since the Federal Government has failed to do its job, the responsibility is left to the states and the people.

Arizona along with many border states have called for help from the Federal Government and the Federal Government turned a blond eye to the country being invaded. The 1,200 National Guard troops that the Federal Government is sending down to the border aren’t for border security, a majority of them are for desk jobs.

This is why many citizens have taken the responsibility of sitting on the border with their guns and protecting America and doing the job the Federal Government won’t. It is time that we tell the UN that they can not dictate to us our laws. The Constitution trumps them and they have no legal or rightful ground to tell us how to run our states and our country. This is America, and We the People are taking it back.


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