Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Obama's Creative Illegal Immigration Policy

I'm surprised to say that, but I think that Pres Obama has the best immigration policy that I have seen for years.

Why do people want to come to America? Because they want to live the American Dream. Because they are looking for a better quality of life, the chance to get out of the poor environment that they currently living in or just because they are politically suppressed, have no freedom or speech or are persecuted for some other reason.

So one way is to seal up the borders, try to catch all these guys and spend billions of dollars on building a fence, use expensive surveillance equipment and personnel to execute this task.

The problem is that people will always find a way to get it, will always find a way to smuggle drugs into the country.

But what if there is no incentive to come into the country anymore? What if the alleged country does not seem to give you much more opportunity than your own country.

Many years American presidents tried to increase the standard of living not just in the US, but at the same time also provide financial aid to support other countries to be able to provide better life for its citizens and freedom.

President Bush saw his goal in providing democracy to many countries in this world, be it through money or war.

But Pres Obama is so brilliant, that he understands that there is no way to actually bring up the standards in all these countries. He is more than anybody else for the equality of the world. He is a world citizen.

He is much more creative - He knows that the only way to achieve this goal of reducing illegal immigration is by letting the American economy collapse and the Dollar devalue so much, that nobody wants to come into the country anymore.

The all countries are in the same sh#$ and nobody wants to go somewhere else, because it is just as crappy there. Excellent.

He understands that Germans never wanted to move to Poland or the Czech Republic 10 or 15 years ago. There was just no incentive. Who wants to be worse off than they are now?

Bravo Mr President you truly understand the dynamics of illegal immigration and we are grateful that you will put an end to it!!

The Alien Patriot

Saturday, March 28, 2009

Barack Obama as the president of the world

Don't we sometimes think, what a guy is doing after he was President of the United States? What's with his ambitions, with his eagerness to rule?

I mean last year I was surprised that we even found somebody who would like to have that job. Barack Obama is not even 50, which means he is still quite young when he will get out of office, which I assume will be after his first administration.

He is moving with the speed of light to change things around in this country. He does have a bigger vision about the world. He is all in for globalization. He believes in world citizen's rather than Americans, Europeans etc.

Even the UN gets excited about the fact that globalization seems to be possible in many areas in the light of the global meltdown of the economy. UN Climate Change plan would 'reorder' world economy. I agree with Rick in his post, where he says:

The loss of sovereignty represented in that document will never fly in the US Senate no matter how many Democrats are there. Signing off on a "Copenhagen Agreement" that contains such draconian reductions in emissions as 20-40% by 2020 and 90% by 2050 according to a paper by a former British government official will never make it into law. We would have to destroy our economy to do it.

And maybe that is what is necessary for a global community. There are many things we didn't believe are possible just 3 months ago, which Barack Obama has already changed. So why is it inconceivable that he will let the Us economy tank for the greater good.

He would definitely be a contender for a world government role and maybe that is his vision. He seems to be driving strong and determined and I don't believe that his vision necessarily only points to the economic success of the US.

I have always been critical and remain so seeing Barack Obama as a person I cannot trust. A true politician. The reason why I left Europe and found my new home in the US was because of the unique features of the American Constitution.

But now I feel that Barack Obama tries really hard to change America into just another part of Europe. I believe he likes the idea of central world government and everybody should be on their toes and watch every step he is taking and protest this President tries to De-Americanize the US.


Monday, December 1, 2008

Would Bobby Jindal be so popular if he would be a Hindu?

First let me say: I really like Bobby Jindal.

And I respect that he switched from Hinduism to his Christian faith. And I don't really know when he made that switch, and why he did it, but I was thinking:

Would be Bobby Jindal where he is in politics today, if he would have remained a Hindu? Is America and especially the GOP open minded enough to support a candidate from another faith.

I would say "No". Being a Christian seems to be part of a politicians profile, just like wearing a suit and tie to Congress.

Why is that? Isn't America the greatest and most open-minded country in the world.

Yes I think to a large degree it is. So why are there no Hindus and Muslims in politics?

Are they not interested? Don't they think that politics are important? Would they be able to gain a seat in politics?

I think there are many Hindus and Muslims who are interested in politics, especially when it comes to social issues. Considering my daily Yoga practice for the last 10 years I could consider myself a Hindu (although I rarely think that way), and I obviously am very interested in politics. Those few people I know, who found their way into politics, switched to the Christian faith in the process of running for office.

Did they have to do it? Well they sure thought they did.

And maybe that's true, maybe it will still take some time before Hindus and Muslims can run for office in America, but I think it depends on your own faith in your faith, your charisma and how much you have in common with other Americans.

I have contact with many conservatives from different denominations and I have a lot of things in common with them. We all believe for examply in personal responsibility and small government.

It was funny when a friend of mine ran for office and some Christian fanatics from the opposing candidate found out about his Hindu past, they used it against him. I was astonished by the bigotry.

I'm glad that Bobby Jindal is where he is, but if he had to sacrifice his faith in order to get there, that would be really sad, no matter in which direction this switch would occur.

The Alien Patriot

Saturday, November 29, 2008

Rightosphere in Motion - Conservative Social Network

I'm sorry that I haven't been posting for a while.

2 reasons -

1. I had to recover from after the election. I had to catch up on some of my work.

2. I was wondering how I can help reviving the conservative basis with some internet grass root efforts, that go beyond my own blog. I am doing video marketing for quite a few years now and I noticed how hard it is to find conservative video bloggers and video commentary on the net, be it on YouTube or other hosts and so I thought I would like to create a platform to give these video bloggers a chance to promote their stuff and to connect with other like-minded people. And so I created Rightoshpere in Motion.

So if you have know conservatives who are into video blogging or are interested in becoming part of a bigger network of conservatives, pls check it out.

Saturday, November 1, 2008

Is America Really ready for African American President?

Is America really ready for Barack Obama?

I have to admit that I watch this race a little bit from the sidelines – I'm not an American citizen, but long time resident.

When I first heard that Senator Obama is running for President, I immediately asked my wife (she is American):

"Do you think that America is really ready for an African American President?"

She replied: "I think so. Why?"

I said: "Well from where I come from, ethnic groups are always rooting for their fellow people. The Turks root for the Turks, the Serbs for the Serbs, the Albanians for Albanians etc... and that's even true for many of the second or third generation immigrants back home.

I don't think that in my home country you will see a President from any of these second or third generation immigrant families any time soon.

Not that they would not try to run, but they represent a minority and as long people in general would have a feeling that these candidates would be biased towards their own ethnic group, they of course would not vote for such a person.

From what I can see here in America, there is a greater openness towards minorities, but there is still a clear division between African Americans, Asian, Hispanic and Caucasians.

As African Americans and Hispanics always point out that the White government is rooting more for white people, what should make us believe that an African American candidate would not root more for the African American community. With 68% of white folks in America it's hard to make a case for a candidate who possibly is biased towards a smaller minority."

I know Barack Obama always highlights that he is lucky about his white and black heritage, but record shows that he rooted for African Americans and African Americans root for him. Not that there is anything wrong with that. Race is hard to transcend. It is natural that you root for those who you feel most connected with.

Barack Obama might still able to win the election, if he gets all the minority votes, liberal votes and many white folks stay home.

But even if he wins he will have a hard time to move in large steps. If he disenfranchises white folks, he has 2/3 of the population against him. (It's not comparable to when a white government is doing something that disenfranchises African Americans, after all African Americans are only 12% of the population.)

The Washington Post said in 1998 in the Myth of the Melting Pot:

"More often than not, the neighborhoods where Americans live, the politicians and propositions they vote for, the cultures they immerse themselves in, the friends and spouses they have, the churches and schools they attend, and the way they view themselves are defined by ethnicity. The question is whether, in the midst of such change, there is also enough glue to hold Americans together."

Even though America has become a great nation due to the influence of all different cultures and races, the great American melting pot has not turned this country into one unified, unbiased nation.

The Alien Patriot