The government of the United States is supposed to be of, by, and for the people of the United States. So when did we give our permission to hand our country over to any foreigner with enough shekels to rent a house and move in? Right here in Oregon where I live the population of non-English speaking residents has exploded in the last 20 years. Most are illegals from the south but there are also many Chinese nationals here.
The Governor of Idaho, evidently working in coalition with the traitors at the federal level, is now issuing green cards to Chinese nationals being sent here by the Chinese government to work at Chinese businesses in Idaho.
But there is one group of foreigners that stands out as elite among all the other invaders and that is of course the Israeli nationals. There is a bill (HR 3992) at present awaiting Obama’s signature that will allow unlimited E-2 visas to be issued to Israeli nationals wanting to take up residence and start businesses in the United States.
Here is a brief explanation of the flaws of the E-2 Visa Program
- No cap on the number of visas issued. Congress has not placed a cap on the number of individuals permitted into the country under the E-2 program. In addition to an unlimited number of principal E-2 visas, the program also provides for an unlimited number of derivative visas for spouses, children (up to age 21), and employees in a supervisory or executive capacity. (8 C.F.R. § 214.2(e)(3)-(4)) As a result, over 281,000 individuals entered the country on an E-2 visa in 2010 alone. (See DHS 2010 Statistical Yearbook, Table 25)
- Visa holders may remain in the U.S. indefinitely. Despite the intended temporary nature of the program, E-2 visa holders may enter the U.S. for an initial two-year period and then remain in the country indefinitely by extending their visa every two years. And, despite the fact that all temporary visas require intent to return to one’s home country, aliens may still apply for an E-2 visa even if they simultaneously apply or have been approved for an immigrant visa that puts them on a path to citizenship. (8 C.F.R. § 214.2(e)(5))
- No minimum investment is required. Federal regulations governing the visa program do not require applicants to have invested a specific amount of money or percentage of start-up capital into a business venture. The law merely states that the capital invested must be “substantial.” (8 C.F.R. § 214.2(e)(14)) The decision whether the alien meets the general requirements of the E-2 visa is up to the discretion of the particular State Department consular officer reviewing the application.
As noted the E-2 visas allow for an indefinite stay and a fast track to citizenship. With the growing anti-Israeli sentiment in the United States as more Americans discover that their government is being controlled by dual citizen Israeli-Americans, it would seem the Israeli government, through its agents within the US, is taking measures to bolster its power here.
These Israelis who will be pouring into our country will be in their twenties. Their investments in the United States will be our real estate. This is a 5th column by definition as these young people will all have served a stretch and been trained in the Israeli military.
If this country belongs to we the people, why is it that we have no say in who comes here? And considering that we are in the throes of a deep depression should we not have a moratorium on growth? There are plenty of American citizens who would love to start a business but they are denied any opportunity to do so by the Zionist controlled US banking system.
If we are to ever be prosperous again we must take our country back and deport every foreigner who has come here in the last twenty years as a part of this back door sellout of the United States.
God bless the Republic, death to the international corporate mafia, we shall prevail.