Posted by Skook on 17 May, 2013 at 6:49 am. 19 comments already!


More Damned Freeloaders

More Damned Freeloaders

Obama is coming down hard on the immigration of educated White Europeans, but he is maintaing the purity and integrity of his ethnic minority immigrant policy.

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld his administration’s decision to deny asylum to the Romeike family, a religious German family that has been prosecuted and threatened with the loss of their children because of their belief in homeschooling.

The Romeike family fled their homeland in 2008 to avoid criminal prosecution for homeschooling. In 2010, they were granted asylum by Immigration Judge Lawrence O. Burman. His decision was overturned by the Board of Immigration Appeals in 2012. The Sixth Circuit listened to the appeal on April 23, and wrote a unanimous decision against the Romeike family.

The decision seems largely political and in step with the Progressive views of Obama toward White European Immigration and the collective indoctrination goals of public education.

The court acknowledges the Constitution respects the rights of parents to direct the education of their own children, but denies that the threats of heavy fines and the loss of the custody of their children, for insisting upon the right to homeschool, qualifies as persecution to a degree to warrant asylum in the United States.

The court specified that the United States has not opened its doors to every victim of unfair treatment. The fact that the Romeike family refused to participate in government sanctioned education was insufficient to classify them as a persecuted group.

The HSLDA, Home School Legal Defense Association, has over 120,000 signatures on a White House Petition (Please read and sign if you agree and or contribute to their defense) to stop the deportation of the Romeike family.

“We believe the Sixth Circuit is wrong and we will appeal their decision,” said Michael Farris, HSLDA Founder and Chairman. “America has room for this family and we will do everything we can to help them.”

It is sad to see a family turned away by our president’s administration when over twelve million illegal aliens who entered the country illegally and have managed to occupy over one third of our prison populations and maintain a dominant presence on our welfare system are about to receive amnesty for their audacity and lawlessness.

We must wonder if the Romeike’s had crossed our Southern border illegally and applied for welfare and food stamps if they would have been welcomed with open arms by Obama’s henchmen or rejected because of their Whiteness and strict religious views.

It’s true, the Romeike’s are not potential Democrat voters, and are unlikely to ever apply for welfare, but should these factors be determinants for immigration or are we formulating the future demographics of our country by insisting that only the uneducated, illiterate, and unskilled minorities of the world to insure an ever-increasing dependency demographic of the future. Will one White family who doesn’t need government assistance wreck the Democrat’s plans for dominance of the voting booth?


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