In this treasonous speech, delivered on 1 July 2010, Barack Hussein Obama, president of the United States, advocates in favor of alien interlopers, claiming that “being an American is not a matter of blood or birth”. This is not surprising coming from someone with a cloud over their own blood and birth. His view is:
It’s a matter of faith. It’s a matter of fidelity to the shared values that we all hold so dear. That’s what makes us unique. That’s what makes us strong. Anybody can help us write the next great chapter in our history.
In other words, potentially every person on earth is an American.
What are these shared values “we” all hold so dear? Obama takes a while to get to that, finding it necessary to first disparage the founders and their posterity who for most of this country’s history haven’t shared his values. Eventually he comes to what he thinks “our” values are:
Finally, we have to demand responsibility from people living here illegally. They must be required to admit that they broke the law. They should be required to register, pay their taxes, pay a fine, and learn English. They must get right with the law before they can get in line and earn their citizenship — not just because it is fair, not just because it will make clear to those who might wish to come to America they must do so inside the bounds of the law, but because this is how we demonstrate that being — what being an American means. Being a citizen of this country comes not only with rights but also with certain fundamental responsibilities. We can create a pathway for legal status that is fair, reflective of our values, and works.
We have laws, see? Any alien who wants to be an American must admit they broke the law, see? Oh, and you’ll have to register, pay taxes and a fine, and learn English too. The punishment for not doing so? Well, you’ll probably still get your “legal status”. You just might not get to be a citizen. Maybe. But no big deal. A citizen is just an American whose fundamental responsibility is to create a pathway for “legal status” for any alien who wants it.
Obama didn’t mention his relative, Zeituni Onyango, who was recently granted “legal status” by immigration judge Leonard Shapiro even though she never admitted breaking any laws. Obama did however conclude his speech by mentioning that prototypical “nation of immigrants” whose interests so often seem to be more interesting than everyone else’s:
One of the largest waves of immigration in our history took place little more than a century ago. At the time, Jewish people were being driven out of Eastern Europe, often escaping to the sounds of gunfire and the light from their villages burning to the ground. The journey could take months, as families crossed rivers in the dead of night, traveled miles by foot, endured a rough and dangerous passage over the North Atlantic. Once here, many made their homes in a teeming and bustling Lower Manhattan.
It was at this time that a young woman named Emma Lazarus, whose own family fled persecution from Europe generations earlier, took up the cause of these new immigrants. Although she was a poet, she spent much of her time advocating for better health care and housing for the newcomers. And inspired by what she saw and heard, she wrote down her thoughts and donated a piece of work to help pay for the construction of a new statue — the Statue of Liberty — which actually was funded in part by small donations from people across America.
Unfortunately for Americans, Lazarus and her subversive tribemates weren’t long ago forced to flee America. Their golem Obama faithfully represents their twisted genocidal idea that, for their good, America’s highest value should be to displace and dispossess Americans.