Trump toughens immigration policy: millions could be targeted for deportation


[Editor’s note: I am firmly of the opinion that the overriding reason for this disgraceful anti-Latino policy is to further the ‘divide and conquer’ agenda that is the weapon of choice for the Zionists. The Zionists don’t wish to dirty their own hands by fighting, rather, and this is laid out in the Protocols of Zion, they prefer to get the Goyim to fight amongst themselves.

They have done it time and again, most obviously in 1914 when they set the empires of Europe against each other, killing tens of millions of Europeans in order to secure the Balfour Agreement and start the process that created Israel with the added extra of massive war profits. The deaths of the bravest and boldest of an entire generation of Goyim was just an added bonus for the Zionists.

Now they are using Trump to sow more hatred and division with the inevitable consequence that society will become more divided and thus less of a threat to the Zionists as people are too busy fighting amongst themselves to notice what the Zionists are upto in their quest for global hegemony. Ian]

In this video, David Duke explains how the Zionists use the Divide and Conquer strategy:

Trump toughens immigration policy: millions could be targeted for deportation

Millions of people living in the United States illegally could be targeted for deportation — including people simply arrested for traffic violations — under a sweeping rewrite of immigration enforcement policies announced Tuesday by the Trump administration.

Any immigrant who is in the country illegally and is charged or convicted of any offense, or even suspected of a crime, will now be an enforcement priority, according to Homeland Security Department memos signed by Secretary John Kelly. That could include people arrested for shoplifting or minor offenses — or simply having crossed the border illegally.

The Trump administration memos replace narrower guidance focusing on immigrants who have been convicted of serious crimes, are considered threats to national security or are recent border crossers.

Under the Obama administration guidance, immigrants whose only violation was being in the country illegally were generally left alone. Those immigrants fall into two categories: those who crossed the border without permission and those who overstayed their visas.

Crossing the border illegally is a criminal offense, and the new memos make clear that those who have done so are included in the broad list of enforcement priorities.

Overstaying a visa is a civil, not criminal, offense. Those who do so are not specifically included in the priority list but, under the memos, they are still more likely to face deportation than they had been before.

The new enforcement documents are the latest efforts by President Donald Trump to follow through on campaign promises to strictly enforce immigration laws. He’s also promised to build a wall at the Mexican border — he insists Mexico will eventually foot the bill — and Kelly’s memos reiterate calls for Homeland Security to start planning for the costs and construction.

Trump’s earlier immigration orders, which temporarily banned all refugees as well as foreigners from seven Muslim-majority countries, have faced widespread criticism and legal action. A federal appeals court has upheld a temporary halt.

Kelly’s enforcement plans call for enforcing a longstanding but obscure provision of immigration law that allows the government to send some people caught illegally crossing the Mexican border back to Mexico, regardless of where they are from. Those foreigners would wait in that country for U.S. deportation proceedings to be complete. This would be used for people who aren’t considered a threat to cross the border illegally again, the memo says.

That provision is almost certain to face opposition from civil libertarians and Mexican officials, and it’s unclear whether the United States has the authority to force Mexico to accept third-country nationals. But the memo also calls for Homeland Security to provide an account of U.S. aid to Mexico, a possible signal that Trump plans to use that funding to get Mexico to accept the foreigners.

Historically, the U.S. has quickly repatriated Mexican nationals caught at the border but has detained immigrants from other countries pending deportation proceedings that could take years.

Mexico’s new ambassador to the U.S., Geronimo Gutierrez, called the policy changes “something very serious.” In a hearing Tuesday with Mexican senators, he said, “Obviously, they are a cause for concern for the foreign relations department, for the Mexican government, and for all Mexicans.”

The memos do not change U.S. immigration laws, but take a far harder line toward enforcement.

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  1. The only reason they want to move here is to get away from the wars, death and destruction America causes in their own country.
    Other than that there is no reason to move to a country whose economic collapse is just over the horizon. Not to mention that freedom and liberty are being snuffed out.

  2. To make matter even worse Maricopa County sheriff in Arizona, Paul Penzone is releasing on average, 400 criminal illegal immigrants every ten days, many of them violent offenders.
    Just this month an illegal immigrant was released from a Denver County jail in Colorado was arrested for murder. The Mexican national, Ever Valles, a known gang member with a lengthy and violent criminal record has been arrested and charged with shooting a man to death during a robbery at a Denver rail station.
    All too often we see the same thing over and over again. These criminals are released back into the public, deliberately to cause mayhem and chaos.

  3. Wow… a David Duke video in a VT article, I’m writing this date down. Open mindedness could be one word instead of two. Best thing about the word is it’s affect on the writer and it’s effect on the readers. Good show old chum!

  4. This will finally ignite a civil war in every country like in France and Sweden now if you try to shovel those immigrants back to their homecountries. It was all intended this way all the time. And the immigrants will get weapons for it, be sure.

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