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Wednesday, September 22, 2010

America's 'Palestinians'?

Does Obama intend to cut out the heart of the United States like he is trying to do to Israel? Here's a speech from last week to the Congressional Hispanic caucus that should make you ask the same question I just asked.

Let's go to the videotape.

Does Obama plan to offer Mexican Americans their own state in Texas, Arizona, New Mexico and other states? Does he plan to offer those territories back to Mexico? (By the way, the United States declared its independence 34 years before Mexico, so there could not have been 'Mexicans' in the United States before Americans). And what other strange notions does he have about 'natives' who were displaced by whites and how might they affect other countries? Consider this:
The British government has refused to allow a Native American lacrosse team to enter Britain using passports issued by their tribal federation.

British officials said Wednesday that the Iroquois team would only be allowed into Britain with documents the government considers valid, including U.S. or Canadian passports.

In Washington Thursday, U.S. State Department spokesman P.J. Crowley said he was not surprised by the decision and that both the United States and Britain believe that the Iroquois must eventually have internationally recognized travel documents.

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton agreed to waive U.S. passport regulations so the team could use their Iroquois Confederacy passports to travel to Britain for the World Lacrosse Championship.
In other words, the Brits saved the United States from an embarrassing violation of international diplomatic protocol (parenthetically, the Brits have already figured out from the Churchill bust and the DVD's that the Obama administration is totally clueless about diplomatic protocol). Does the Obama administration plan to grant independence to Indian tribes? If not, how could the State Department have agreed to something so ridiculous?

Maybe Obama doesn't just have it in for Israel. Maybe he has it in for anyone he sees as a white colonizer.

Finally - unrelated to the whole native/colonizer issue - does America's Constitutional Law professor not know the Declaration of Independence by heart, or did he leave out the words 'by their creator" from the quote at the end on purpose?


At 12:21 PM, Blogger Juniper in the Desert said...

He looks like a compere on a TV game show.

I reckon that is all he is qualified for!

At 9:22 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You're oblivious dude. Tribes on both sides of the US/Canada border already have 'independence'. Their territories are exempt from taxes, gambling laws, etc. They've spent over one million on developing their own passports. I don't know how any of this has to do with Obama's stance on the Israeli conflict, but I don't see much at all in common between the two situations. Especially when it comes to a lacrosse team not being able to travel because their passports are not up to international standards as determined by two countries.


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