President Trump in Second Term opens US for WHITE South African Immigration

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OK
SO the worst comes to the worst

President Trump decides to open the US to ALL WHITE South Africans as -- refugees with Asylum status
Re-opens Ellis Island out of mothballs and prepares to process all 4 -5 MILLION of us into the US
Much as was done in the days of the vast influx of people from Europe as wel as UK Scotland and Ireland

How many are going to take up the offer ?
How quickly are they going to take up the offer ?
How long will it take before SA is depopulated ?

How long before SA looks just like Zimbabawe / Haiti / DRC
( and every other African shythole country -- which will be looking a LOT worse when ALL the hated whites have left and ALL AID is also stopped )

IF President Trump said -- come on over we WANT you - how long would you delay ?
 

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He can't do that. Not even with an EO.

US legislation requires that only those designated as refugees by the UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees) are eligible for admission as refugees.
 
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He can't do that. Not even with an EO.
US legislation requires that only those designated as refugees by the UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees) are eligible for admission as refugees.
Says WHO ?
What is the difference between an asylum seeker and a refugee ?
How bad do things have to be for the UNHCR to declare / "designate" a refugee ?

Were ALL the millions of immigrants from Europe that were processed through Ellis Island "refugees" ?
How would South Africans be different ?
 

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They can't do so on the basis of race.. it would be taken up in their constitutional process as soon as it is announced as they actually do have a human rights consideration they need to meet. i.e. at best they can restrict to skilled migration and opening for skilled SA people.. but not on the basis of race. As mentioned refugeee status is not handled by US either..
 

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OK
SO the worst comes to the worst

President Trump decides to open the US to ALL WHITE South Africans as -- refugees with Asylum status
Re-opens Ellis Island out of mothballs and prepares to process all 4 -5 MILLION of us into the US
Much as was done in the days of the vast influx of people from Europe as wel as UK Scotland and Ireland

How many are going to take up the offer ?
How quickly are they going to take up the offer ?
How long will it take before SA is depopulated ?

How long before SA looks just like Zimbabawe / Haiti / DRC
( and every other African shythole country -- which will be looking a LOT worse when ALL the hated whites have left and ALL AID is also stopped )

IF President Trump said -- come on over we WANT you - how long would you delay ?
The ANC doesn't like Indians or Coloureds either, they are next on the hit list.
They just like black people, and not all black tribes are equal either.

Maybe you haven't noticed the EFF having a go at Indians the last few years.
 

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Says WHO ?
What is the difference between an asylum seeker and a refugee ?
How bad do things have to be for the UNHCR to declare / "designate" a refugee ?

Were ALL the millions of immigrants from Europe that were processed through Ellis Island "refugees" ?
How would South Africans be different ?
Swot up on the legal differences between an asylee and a refugee. Colloquial use has them as synonyms, but not the law. To apply for asylum you already have to be in the United States. A refugee is something else, and follows a different process.
 
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Swot up on the legal differences between an asylee and a refugee. Colloquial use has them as synonyms, but not the law. To apply for asylum you already have to be in the United States. A refugee is something else, and follows a different process.
As a South African family have recently done
 
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They can't do so on the basis of race.. it would be taken up in their constitutional process as soon as it is announced as they actually do have a human rights consideration they need to meet. i.e. at best they can restrict to skilled migration and opening for skilled SA people.. but not on the basis of race. As mentioned refugeee status is not handled by US either..
Indeed
HOWEVER
As far as I can see race has EVERYTHING to do with it
WHITE South Africans are the ones being targeted by the current regime ( and it's hand-maidens )
Ergo
White South Africans are a specifically targetted group
 

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Indeed
HOWEVER
As far as I can see race has EVERYTHING to do with it
WHITE South Africans are the ones being targeted by the current regime ( and it's hand-maidens )
Ergo
White South Africans are a specifically targetted group
How so? Every person in this country is impacted the same by bad governance, corruption and greed.

Question: how many of the private businesses implicated in corruption are white?

To get given such of a allowance through with targeted race grouping you would need a genocidal slaughter which the governing party condones the likes of which isn’t happening.

And then.. again, the UN will have a ruling and teh US will just be allowing or easing the red tape on refugees.
 

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As a South African family have recently done
Yes. Asylum. They were SA farmers. They entered through Mexico and spent some weeks in a detention camp. A few weeks back I posted two videos on MyBB where their US lawyer explains the process for asylum, and gives many useful tips on how to do this. She is very clear that it's not a refugee application, which requires a UNHCR designation.
 
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To get given such of a allowance through with targeted race grouping you would need a genocidal slaughter which the governing party condones the likes of which isn’t happening.
YES
Everyone is impacted
However
Only ONE group is specifically targetted

Try this


Are YOU still wating for Malema's -- "NOT YET" .............
 

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He can't do that. Not even with an EO.

US legislation requires that only those designated as refugees by the UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees) are eligible for admission as refugees.
Which is not beyond the realm of possibility. If there is some kind of major disruption in SA I don't think this would be a sticking point.

I'm not all that sure that the US would be my first port of call, though, lol.
 

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If this turns out to be true, hope everyone struggling to find work and sitting in a shack moves ASAP.

One has to think of their family and children's future. Cause we all know 1000 years from now BEE will still be here and Jan van Riebeeck will still be blamed.

TRUMP 2020
 

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The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 (H.R. 2580; Pub.L. 89–236, 79 Stat. 911, enacted June 30, 1968), also known as the Hart–Celler Act,[1] changed the way quotas were allocated by ending the National Origins Formula that had been in place in the United States since the Emergency Quota Act of 1921. Representative Emanuel Celler of New York proposed the bill, Senator Philip Hart of Michigan co-sponsored it, and Senator Ted Kennedy of Massachusetts helped to promote it. The act was generally supported by Republicans and Northern Democrats, while Southern Democrats opposed it on racial grounds.[2]

Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965


In Amerika het die agteruitgang van die blanke Westerse kultuur in 1965 tydens die bewind van Lyndon Johnson (1908-1973, president 1963-1969) begin. Kawczynski verwys na “the betrayal of 1965” (370), bv die Hart-Celler-wet ten gunste van immigrasie uit die Derde Wêreld (474), toe begin is om aan die eise van die swartes se gewelddadige burgerregtebeweging toe te gee. “As soon as the Cold War was won, the Cold Civil War began” (2686). Dit herinner aan FW de Klerk se verraad in 1990/94 in Suid-Afrika. Toe die oorlog teen terrorisme tot ‘n einde gekom het, het die kulturele oorlog teen die blankes, veral die Afrikaners, begin.

The Coming Civil War

Seems all they need is a -- a proposer , a seconder , a promoter , supporters , and an enactor

SCREW the UNHRC
 

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MidnightWizard smoking crack again?
NOPE
THESE guys were

Sen. Sam Ervin (D-N.C.) said he objected to the idea of giving people from Ethiopia the same right to immigrate to the United States as people from England, France, Germany, or Holland. "With all due respect to Ethiopia," Ervin said, "I don't know of any contributions that Ethiopia has made to the making of America."

Plan Backfired

Since the 1965 act took effect, 85 to 90 percent of our immigrants have hailed from the Third World. Moreover, the MPI tells us, "Compared to almost entirely European immigration under the national-origins system [prior to '65], flows since 1965 have been more than half Latin American and one[] quarter Asian."

Time to Repeal the Disastrous 1965 Immigration Act
 
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