LET THE JOY OF CHRISTMAS BLESS, ONCE AGAIN, THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Dear Friends of Lifa:
What a blessing it is to live in a predominantly Christian nation. A sovereign nation founded by mostly Christian, godly men that came primarily from England and Holland. We represent the voice of the legal immigrant that loves our country the way it was founded: A Judeo-Christian nation.
Perhaps the following questions should be posed to those newcomers who do not wish to adjust to the religious freedoms and culture of our nation.
- If Christianity offends you, you will not be happy here. Moving to a country that has to change to make you happy doesn’t make sense.
The United States has generously welcomed a million or more immigrants every year from all over the world. The only expectation being that the migrant adapts, embraces our culture, and becomes an American. The Europeans that came in the 18th century left behind their culture, language, and in many cases, religious practices to become Americans. Christians from every denomination came. Jews, Buddhists and people that practiced other religions also came and lived in peace and harmony with each other. That mutual respect is what makes living in the United States of America so special.
2. If the fact that white men founded the United States of America offends you, this is not the country you should live in.
Today, we have good news for those who have a problem with white men, Christians and Jews. The United Nations recently came up with a Migrant Treaty which many countries have signed. Those countries are in effect surrendering their sovereignty to the UN, erasing their borders, and are promising to treat all migrants with equal or even greater respect and generosity than they have for their own natural born citizens. Canada and Mexico are an example of two countries that signed the treaty. The United States, Australia and a few others, did not.
With this news, I believe we need the wall more than ever. If President Trump were to ask We the People to use our tax dollars towards the building of the wall, he might get enough money to build it from the American people of all ethnicities and races who believe the United States of America must continue to be a sovereign nation, and immigration to be only allowed according to the laws of the country.
A simple check box on our personal tax return with the following questions, would do the job:
____ Use my tax dollars to build the wall(s).
____ Use my tax dollars to help illegal aliens achieve their dreams!
This would let “We the People” decide. Isn’t that how it is done in America?
Legal Immigrants for America