The Long And Sordid History Of Democrats And Immigration Reform

You’re right about one thing, Zano, the immigration issue is far more involved, philosophically and historically, than our political pundits or parties tend to comment. Traditionally it was assumed and required that all legal immigrants would assimilate into our nation by truly identifying as Americans while leaving behind the racial and ethnic past. Through the assimilation of our language, traditions, laws, customs, and culture, the Irish Americans freely chose to become an American of Irish descent. That’s the difference with today’s approach to immigration, and thereby the problem.

Since the mid-60s, the ideology of multiculturalism has discouraged the Americanization of legal immigrants, while encouraging newcomers to our nation to cling to their past ethnic heritage as their primary social identifier. Multiculturalism encourages these ethnic factions to protest against the process of Americanism as a privileged and racist class to be fought and overthrown.

The 14th Amendment: The 14th Amendment was authored and passed for the purpose of granting citizens’ rights to children, whose parents were enslaved by the Democrats. The Democrats fought against the 14th Amendment–it passed without one Democratic vote. When examined honestly, it becomes obvious that the authors of the 14th Amendment would be appalled to learn that the Democrats were interpreting this Amendment to encourage people to break the law in order to come here by rewarding the lawbreaker’s children with citizenship. Why do the Democrats interpret the 14th Amendment in this manner? To exploit the issue of race and to gain voters.

History of the Democrats And Race:                                                                                                        

Phase 1: Democrats supported slavery.

Phase 2: Democrats supported White Supremacy.

Phase 3: Democrats promote local ethnic political machines.

Phase 4: Democrats use money from the public treasury to pay for special privileges in exchange for the votes of ethnic minorities.

California was a strong Republican State prior to 1986 and the Political reality of immigration since “comprehensive immigration reform” is more concerning. Post 1986 a pathway to citizenship was granted with only lip service offered to future border security. Now it would be impossible for even Ronald Reagan to win California, the most debt-ridden state, with the highest level of poverty and homelessness.



Mick Zano’s Response:

I usually do a separate rebuttal for a post like this, but sometimes it just feeds into the alternate universe that is the Grand Old Party. Oh, speaking of which, funny how the caravan is a non-issue again a week after the midterms. Strange, huh? It’s really tough to pick out anything relevant in this post of yours. Last year Forbes had California ranked third best economy in the country (other side of worst). For states that depend more fully on federal handouts look no further than those squarer versions. And do you really think that Trump supporters were the progressive thinkers around the time of the civil war? You know as well as I that our political party platforms inexplicably switched in the 1860s, but the song–and the level of consciousness–remains the same. Ask yourself this simple question: is it more likely that 150 years ago Trump’s supporters were risking life and limb to create and support the underground railroad, or were they the ones cutting some eye holes into some sheets? Hmmm.

And here’s my response to your historical phases of Democratic immigration missteps (DIM):

Phase 1: Put the glue bottle down.

Phase 2: Place the cap back on the top and tighten.

Phase 3: Sit down carefully. You’ve huffed & could fall down and bang your head (& not in a cool death-metal kind of way).

Phase 4: Stop doing that. If you keep huffing you could become a member of Trump’s cabinet.


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Pokey McDooris

Pokey McDooris

Pokey is The Discord's chief theologian and philosopher. Pokey performs an important function here at The Discord, namely by annoying the living shit out of Zano, whenever he submits something. 

  4 comments for “The Long And Sordid History Of Democrats And Immigration Reform

  1. pokey
    November 15, 2018 at 8:26 AM

    Since the birth of Christianity, two formerly “normal” pagan practices began to be questioned and condemned:
    1) slavery
    2) infanticide

    Since Christianity acknowledged every human life as being purposefully created in the image and likeness of God, it was obviously immoral to treat a human being as property. Our nation was founded on the Christian principle that “all men are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights.” It was from this principle that Abraham Lincoln led the Republican Party against the Democrat’s who argued that some races were of a higher breed than others and therefore had the right to “choose” to enslave the lower breeds.

    I believe that slavery is evil–based on the Christian principle that every human being is endowed by their Creator with inalienable rights that demand to be honored. On what principle do you define slavery as being evil. Is that simply your opinion?

    The Democrats argue that some humans are of a higher class than others, and these higher humans have the right to “choose” to abort the lower humans.

    I believe abortion is evil, based on the same principle that objectively defines slavery as evil.

    Who would Abraham Lincoln side with on this issue?

  2. pokey
    November 15, 2018 at 8:30 AM

    “Party platforms inexplicably switched”–how convenient for Democrats that’s its “inexplicable.” I would be happy to explicate to you–political expediency and propaganda. Yeah, I’ll explicate to you in my next post. Coming soon.

    • Mick Zano
      November 15, 2018 at 4:06 PM

      So it’s a simple question then, who helped the blacks to freedom? A. Trump supporters B. All other creatures great and small.

      • pokey
        November 16, 2018 at 12:46 PM


        The Democratic Party’s history of racial politics stretches back to its foundation as Andrew Jackson rose to the power of the presidency (1830ish). Under Jackson’s leadership, thousands of Native American Indians were herded from their land and into detention camps called “reservations.” The Democratic Party also supported and fought to defend the practice of slavery until its abolition at the conclusion of the Civil War.

        After the Civil War, the civil rights’ movement was ardently opposed by the Democratic Party (North and South). For example 77% of Democratic Congressmen voted against the 13th Amendment that abolished slavery and every single Democratic Congressmen (100%) voted against both the 14th and 15th Amendments that granted full citizenship to freed slaves and gave them the right to vote. As civil rights were instituted for blacks, the Democrats supported a policy of white supremacy involving segregation and racial terrorism (lynching). The Ku Klux Klan was founded and funded as the military arm of the Democratic Party to carry on an underground fight against the equal rights of black people.

        At the beginning of the 20th century, Democratic President and Progressive icon Woodrow Wilson promoted from the White House the movie ‘Birth of a Nation,’ which glorified the KKK as virtuous defenders of innocent white people against barbaric blacks.

        Throughout the early 20th century, the Democratic Party sought racial purification, promoting biological engineering in the form of birth control for limiting the reproduction of the “feeble minded” and the “undesirable” races. To this day, Planned Parenthood proportionally provides far more abortion to blacks than whites. In 2014 in New York City, more black babies were aborted than born. In following their core values, the Democratic Party hailed this achievement as “racial and reproductive justice” by providing preferential treatment of abortion for black babies.

        In the middle of the 20th century, the American people’s attitudes toward race changed drastically. The great majority of Americans now rejected White Supremacy, making the platform politically untenable, so the Democratic Party adapted looking to gain the votes of blacks and poor whites by passing programs that kept them dependent upon government entitlements. Democrats now socially engineered urban communities with government housing, food stamps, and welfare that led to fatherless families forever dependent upon the Big Daddy Government Boss. Through the “New Deal” of FDR and the “Great Society” and “War on Poverty” of Lyndon Johnson, ethnic minorities and poor “whites” were given access to the public treasury (ie. the rich white man’s money) in exchange for their votes. The Democratic Party continues targeting low educated, non-skilled, needy people with public entitlements in exchange for their votes. It is rumored that the deep-rooted racist Lyndon Johnson characteristically stated, “I’ll have those nincompoops voting Democrat for the next 200 years.”

        Today we find those communities most fully governed by Democrats–Ferguson, St. Louis, Detroit, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and Chicago–inhabited by the most vocally dissatisfied blacks, with the lowest literacy rates and highest rates of unemployment and crime, mentally enslaved to the Democratic Party.

        Abraham Lincoln simply defined slavery as “You work, I eat.” So to answer your “simple question,” Zano, I ask you a simple question–what political party prospers by promoting the “You work, I eat” philosophy?

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