DEFENDING THE LANGUAGE: They are NOT ‘Immigrants!’

The next time I hear someone call these people ‘immigrants,’ I think I am going to have a Samuel Jackson — Pulp Fiction moment on them.  You know, something like this (the G rated version, anyway):

“Say immigrant one — more — time!  I dare you!  I double darn dare you!”

These people are not immigrants, and the dictionary can easily prove it.  I’ll show you.

Definition of immigrant

: one that immigrates: such as
a : a person who comes to a country to take up permanent residence

Now, if you are going to take up permanent residence in any country in this world, you need to get that country to recognize you.  That means you have to get legal permission to stay in that country.  This has been a matter of established law since the beginning of nations.  If you do not have legal residency, then you are an:

Definition of alien

b : relating, belonging, or owing allegiance to another country or government : foreign

  • alien residents

Oh, look!  A person can be an alien and an immigrant at the same time!  (after all, that is what “alien resident” means: a person from one country who is living in another country).  That means — by definition — if you are in a country illegally (i.e. without permission), you are an illegal alien!

So, why do I stress “by definition?”  because — if logic matters to you at all — it means you cannot argue with the assertion.  This is because, if something is true “by definition,” it is true — period!  You cannot get around that: not rationally, anyway 🙂

Therefore, these people are not immigrants, they are ILLEGAL ALIENS!

Now, let’s look at something else.  If you come to a foreign country and you refuse to acknowledge or obey their laws, and you refuse to assimilate, or become a part of that country’s culture, then you are a subversive element within that nation.  What’s more, if you are receiving benefits from that society, from wages paid for labor to welfare or public services such as school or health care, then you are actually plundering that society.  Why do I say that?  Because you are wrongfully or illegally taking something of value from that country/society, and that is the definition of plunder:

Definition of plunder

b : to take by force or wrongfully : steal, loot

  • plundered artifacts from the tomb
2 : to make extensive use of as if by plundering : use or use up wrongfully

  • plunder the land

Once more, if you are living in a country illegally (i.e. in violation of that nation’s laws), you are an illegal alien.  And if you are taking anything from that country — public services, welfare, even a job — you are plundering that nation.  This is because you are wrongfully taking something that does not belong to you and was not meant for you.  All of this is true, and it is true by definition!  Uh-oh!  Guess what it is called when you enter a nation illegally and start taking things that do not belong to you?

Definition of invasion

1 : an act of invading; especially : incursion of an army for conquest or plunder
2 : the incoming or spread of something usually hurtful

Now, before you dismiss this as an improper use of the definition of ‘invasion,’ look closely at the definition.  It says any act of invading.  Did you bother to click on the link to see what “invade’ means?

Definition of invade

1 : to enter for conquest or plunder
2 : to encroach upon : infringe

Well, we have already shown that these illegal aliens are plundering our nation, but don’t stop there.  Keep clicking:

Definition of infringe

1 : to encroach upon in a way that violates law or the rights of another

Go ahead, click on ‘encroach‘ to see what that means.  I’ll wait for you.

So, where are we now?  Right here — and all by definition (which means you cannot argue with this and still claim to be rational):


This brings us to the main point of this post.

1 — The U.S. Constitution charges the Federal government with protecting the States from foreign invasion!

2 — Actively helping foreign invaders is an act of subversion (look it up if you do not believe me).

3 — This means anyone and everyone supporting these illegal invaders — in any way — is subverting the government of the United States!

4 — Subversion is illegal!

Now, I’ll leave you to draw your own conclusions here.  I just want you to remember that all of this is by definition!

Oh!  One more thought.  The Obama Administration actually used U.S. tax-payer money to advertise for Central American parents to send their unaccompanied children to the U.S. so they could be used to help heir parents gain access to this country through a loop-hole (i.e. a back door designed to subvert the law).  By definition, this would also be subversion — by the U.S. President!  Heck, the Presdient’s most important job is to protect this nation from foreign invasion, not use public funds and assets to facilitate it!  So, if you think for one moment that the GOP is ever going to help us fix the mess we’re in, please tell me why they did not impeach and imprison Obama for this?



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