Although I have American children, siblings and even though my late wife's birth certificate is not American, her Death certificate which is identical btw , is American, I still don't like to meddle too much in USA politics. I don't even understand the automatic citizenship based on place of birth. However, I see many new immigrants in the USA having the nerve to call Americans racists and even go to congress and have the nerve to throw out these accusations to decent Americans. Seriously WTF!!


Amen! As well as the politicians that travel the world, claiming embarrassment of America!!!!


My wish would be, if they do that to yank their citizenship.
Ugh, the 1st A, protects them, although they do not deserve it!

And when normal Americans call them out on this nonsense they are also labeled racists.
I have never seen racism in the USA with my own eyes. Always just on TV. The media is just nuts.


It's covert racism like covert narcissism and it comes from the people accusing others who also have narcissistic traits including they believe they are entitled to choose for everyone.

They know how we feel. They know what's best for us. We aren't smart enough to decide.

That IS supremacy. They blurred the lines by intimidating people afraid of being called racist.

I know as a white American, they're assholes to me 😆 It's supremacy Hollywood masks as racism.


@Ama @DeplorableAynNY All I know is my late wife never experienced so-called rcisim and neither did my children. As for me, I am always working and writing so I think people would think I am the racist for not being social enough. lol.


What I see is the version of racism that exists is not really racism, it's the leftists believing they are superior to all of us.

What you and I may call "rude or impolite" could be what they call racism if it happens to you.

I'm glad you haven't experienced it. I have seen it growing up among KKK and living on the border.

What it looks like is privileged people making decisions about rights for less privileged.
That's why I say it's supremacy and not "racism".



Wow, M.H.!! I am so sorry to hear about your wife. My heart goes out to you.

As for "racism" in the US. It is make believe. Political agitators who want political power are ALLOWED by the 1st Amendment to lie their asses off without repercussion. So they scream "racism" to the USEFUL IDIOTS.

There is almost NO racism, but there are tens of thousands of useful idiots, now mobilized as RACE WARRIORS.

Often, it is soldiers who will make the war. See Algeria and French Foreign Legion.

Indeed the useful idiots are pretty stupid and some of them are actually normal genuine Americans brainwashed by the media.


And brainwashed by the education system.

1st, by not being taught reasoning skills in lower grades.

2nd, by being indoctrinated in false history.

3rd, at the University level, being taught STUPID social "sciences"!

There is still "good" education being done in the US, especially in business (though NOT economics!) and HARD sciences (NOT global warming!)

But these students AREN'T mobilized into an ARMY, yet!

Hopefully, they will be mobilized into the TRUMP ARMY!

@THR part of the 14 amendment that was pass after civil war. The text in link below. This was to give citizenship to the black slaves. Through court rulings it applies to the baby of a foreign national, so called anchor babies.
It was not to be applied to the diplomats.
If America is so full of hate why don't they leave. There are no Barb wire fence, mine fields or guard towers keeping you in.

@johnsanta @THR not fully adjudicated and not the intent of the 14th. In fact, we had a quota system that considered the children of aliens as aliens themselves and counted toward their country’s quota.

@THR The “birthright” citizenship rule is a misinterpretation of our 13th amendment which made native-born slaves full American citizens. It was never intended to define the principles for alien citizenship. BTW, Confederate generals were regarded as traitors and denied their birthright American citizenship. Nothing but lack of popular will says we can’t fundamentally reform our immigration policy.

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