Tuesday, July 13, 2010

The Vilest Of Traitors

Nothing is sharper and dishonorable than the fangs of the serpent in the bosom of their motherland. Benedict Arnold, Alger Hiss, Iva Toguri, Ruth Hayakawa, Edward Kennedy, LULAC, MEChA, CAIR; the list is endless. But the vilest of traitors is the lazy welfare recipient who prides himself on his heritage, but has none of the honor, courage, or strength of that lost heritage.

Unfortunately that traitorous serpent has wiled itself into the breast of America: The Iroquois Nation. These heartless traitors, while holding and benefiting from American citizenship, at least since 1924 when the Indian tribes gained American citizenship, have decided that they, for their vanity, are not American citizens, at least when they are competing in lacrosse.

It was a shock to learn that the bogus passports they used before were accepted. I have never seen one; before only their worthless tribal identification cards were accepted, but only for travel from Canada.

The Iroquois previously have traveled using passports issued by the Iroquois Confederacy. But the U.S. government says that, unlike U.S. passports, the Iroquois passports aren't acceptable under new, stricter immigration rules. The players won't accept U.S. government-issued documents because they see them as an attack on their identity.


That is important, since the alleged great warriors of the Iroquois tribe are really only an aggregation of a number of clans of rapists, murders, and thieves. Our founders knew what they were, and wared on them until they submitted, as the primitive barbarians they were, surrendering to Christian civilization. But apparently the veneer of civilization has worn off. They are now nothing more than serpants in our midst.

But, as with the modern traitor, they demand the benefits of American citizenship, such as the Indian Health Service, Social Security, disability benefits, food stamps, legalized gambling, etc., but that ends when a simple act of loyalty is demanded of them, like using an American passport. But that is not enough for the Iroquois. Like the Mohawks, they live off treason, smuggling Muslim terrorists, drugs, Chinese illegal aliens, Muslim illegals, and cigarettes among other things.

And this is how they repay us, living in the greatest and most tolerant nation in the world.

Worse yet is the attitude of DHS and the State Department, who apparently are tolerating this nonsense instead of just stating clearly that they are Americans and must travel on American passports.

Several lawmakers have urged the State Department to find a way to allow the team to travel but the department said there had not yet been a resolution to the case.

Department spokesman P.J. Crowley said he was unsure if U.S. officials had been in touch with the team or its representatives on Tuesday. He said the government has offered team members U.S. passports if they want them.


The decision as to whether they accept that offer of assistance remains up to the team," he told reporters.

Crowley said providing letters guaranteeing their readmission to the United States was not an option in the case of the team. Such letters are provided usually only in the case of emergency.


What they are talking about are parole letters issued to aliens by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and American Embassies and Consulates overseas to aliens in the U.S. who have applied for adjustment of status or legal permanent residents abroad who have lost their green cards. In any event, they are admitting that they are alien to our country. Which they are. They are alien, not part of our commonweal. They are foreigners in our midst, showing no loyalty or allegiance. Also, American citizens who lose their passports overseas sometimes get them, but most get a temporary passport at an embassy or consulate overseas in that situation.

We are trying to see if there's a way to help them," he said. "The easiest way to accomplish what they want to accomplish is to get them a U.S. passport. We've been willing to do that, you know, for a number of days and we stand ready to do that today."


What would one expect from an organization who employed and defended Alger Hiss and John Stewart Service. Traitors negotiating with the disloyal. Which is which I do not know. Most Americans have to go to a passport office and don't get to negotiate with anyone about their passports.

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