Democrats Want to Stop Immigration-Enforcement Raids

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  1. Revmitchell

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    Immigration reform advocates, including Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee, are calling for an end to Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids at businesses that knowingly hire large numbers of illegal aliens.


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    Let's just throw the rule of law out the window.
     
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    It will not make much difference soon. The North American Union is to be in place by 2010 and the internal borders (Canada, USA, Mexico) will be open for free passage for citizens of the NAU. The Union will then be more concerned with protecting the NAU border from persons outside the NAU. The three nations are supposed to combine their security efforts to protect the Union. This according to task force reports of the Trilateral Commission and the Counsel on Foreign Relations available for free download from their websites.

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    Got a link?
     
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    Here is a link for many interesting publications, every year since inception, the Trilateral Commission has published a Task Force Report, this page only goes back to 2001, but they have them available back to the beginning.
    http://www.trilateral.org/pubs.htm

    Here is the one outlining the plan to consolidate security efforts, ie NAU Border, by 2010, and allowing open borders between the member nations.
    http://www.cfr.org/publication/8102/

    Here is a link to North America page of CFR.
    http://www.cfr.org/region/442/north_america.html

    It took me several days, but I download nearly a hundred pdfs from these sights. It will take a while to peruse them all.:tonofbricks:

    Have fun!!:type:
     

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