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By Ken Adachi <Editor>
June 1, 2007

The Big Picture (June 1, 2007)

Subject: "Illegal aliens don't exist"
From: Dr. A. French 
Date: Fri, June 1, 2007
To: Editor

re: Illegal Aliens Don't Exist (according to an 'Immigration Lawyer') May 29, 2007

Hello again Ken.

Well, as much as I enjoy you and your tremendous efforts, I would have to agree with most of what "Chris" says on this issue. You seem to have missed the "mystery lawyer's" initial point, which I interpreted as: There are no ACTUAL LAWS forcing us (ie. human beings, not just Americans) to do a great many things that we begrudgingly do, OR preventing us from doing many things we would prefer to do. For example, I think we can agree, based on the tremendous amount of research done over the last decade by a variety of sane people, that there is NO LAW forcing the vast majority of Americans (or Canadians for that matter) to pay Federal income tax. Yet, that doesn't stop the IRS and other agencies controlled by the Elite from harassing us all and convicting some high profile people, which SCARES us all into conforming. Yet, there is no law for this. Now Ken, are you going to jump on the soap box and say, "No law, that's outrageous! How can America survive without income tax collection?? How will the roads and schools be built? What a ridiculous and unpatriotic thing to claim, and dangerous because you are only weakening our country by such ludicrous claims!" In point of fact, the money illegally collected from us goes to places and to fund agendas that would make all American jaws drop to the floor (I'm sure you know this Ken).

The immigration issue is similar in my eyes. I really question if there exists an actual law preventing peoples of the World from travelling and relocating to other regions for the purpose of work and prosperity. For example, there is also no law that requires you to have a State Driver's License to operate your vehicle and drive around. We think there is one, of course, and the cops will blither on about it and try to intimidate you, but alas, NO ACTUAL LAW. Are you being the unreasonable, bully cop in this case Ken?

So IF there is no law, and in the vast majority of cases, Mexicans work harder for less money and are more reliable, then what really is your issue and point Ken? In my mind, the issue (or fault perhaps) lays with the average American who has ALLOWED themselves to be dumbed-down, out competed, and made to be utterly ridiculous. Yes, this is and was by design of the Elite, but there you have it. In human terms, anyone has a right to better themselves and compete for jobs, resources, mates, and simple happiness. If a decent percentage of American employers (for all their selfserving reasons) want to throw some crumbs to the Mexicans, it's because they deserve it and not because some clown with pants down to their knees, an ascew ball cap on there unkept head, and who is wacked on a variety of stimulants, has some papers that say he is an "official and legal" American and the only obvious choice. Maybe back in the 1950s Ken, but certainly not now.

So attacking "mystery lawyer" on grammer seems a little petty to me and misses the big question which is, just what exactly are our laws, and who benefits from misinterpreting them or trying to enforce them? Certainly not us, not the patriots, and not even the Mexicans, despite your seemingly emotional stance Ken. Sorry, but that's the way I see it.

Sincerely and with respect,

Dr. A. French


Hello Dr. French,

Let me begin by addressing your last paragraph first.

When people write me anonymously, or write with crudity, vulgarity, derision, or hostility, all things which I specifically ask people NOT to do (and explain why on the e-mail contact page), they are already telling me that they don't care about my ground rules for a civilized e-mail exchange. They want to get in my face.  They, not I, have set the tone of what is to follow from me by virtue of their negligence, because I've already given fair warning on my contact page about what I expect from people who write to me.

So you may think that it's "petty" of me to point out to the anonymous "immigration lawyer" one of his many errors in English grammar, but I did it to send him a little message that I don't take kindly to sloveness or a disregard for rules or accuracy: in thought, words, grammar rules, or rules of etiquette in writing. Sloppy minds arrive at sloppy conclusions and that can be detrimental to society as a whole.

I notice that you've arrived at sloppy conclusions yourself about illegal aliens and the so-called "immigration" issue, because you entertain false assumptions. Here's an example: 

"I really question if there exists an actual law preventing peoples of the World from traveling and relocating to other regions for the purpose of work and prosperity"

That's quite a statement to make. You would think that you would do some homework before making it.

Like I told the anonymous "lawyer", if this statement were true, there would be no basis for national sovereignty, ANYWHERE in the world.  Try applying your little fantasy theory in any country in the world and see what happens to you. Enter another country by stealth, without passport or visa, and when you're caught, just tell them" Hey, there's no LAW requiring me to have documents to be in this country!" I'm sure that's going to work for you.

No borders, of course, is what the New World Order wants; a Global Village. Therefore, those who ascribe to these screeds obviously embrace this desire. "Let's have one big open-border world. It's going to be so wonderful!" hooray, hooray! But it won't be wonderful. It will be a disaster, especially for people who have lived a middle class standard of living. I've already spent a good part of my life in a city in the northeast that went to seed in precisely this manner. I saw it happen over a period of 45 years. I experienced on a city level, what is now happening all around this country on a state and national level.

When low class, low education, poor people flood into an area, that area goes down-WAY, WAY down. When that happened with Irish and Italian immigrants (LEGAL immigrants by the way) in the late 1890's and early 1900s in this country, the areas they inhabited went down for a couple of generations, but then gradually went up again as the absorption and integration into America society took hold. They believed in the value of a good education-just like most Asian people still believe today-and ACT on that belief. Those legal immigrant of the early 20th century were intent on being AMERICANS and living and staying in America, so they had an incentive to "keep the nest clean", as it were.

That is NOT the case with the vast majority of Mexican and South American illegals who have entered this country and have taken jobs AWAY from American citizens. They send the money back home and their allegiance and heart are with their native country (which they eventually return to)-not with America.   You find this attitude of a non-connection to America with many, many Puerto Rican people as well. I've rubbed elbows with Puerto Ricans most of my life and I know well the attitude many hold towards America. America is fine to live in and work in and make money in (and commit crime in), but they will tell you over and over again, that they are Puerto Ricans FIRST and foremost. And Puerto Rico is a possession of the United States! Their national identity is with Puerto Rico, not with the United States of America. That's why they have those Puerto Rican Day parades every year flying the Puerto Rican flag high and wide. When asked, "are you an American?". the majority will answer, "no, I'm Puerto Rican".

Many Mexican agitation groups like La Raza go much father. Their arrogance is much bolder. They say that they are in a "struggle" to take "back" that "which has always belonged to Mexico", meaning all of California and most of the American southwest. I hear them every morning speaking in Spanish on KPFK out of Los Angeles and they aren't hesitating to say exactly what's on their mind, right over America radio.

Here's a second example of your faulty assumptions:

" So IF there is no law, and in the vast majority of cases, Mexicans work harder for less money and are more reliable, then what really is your issue and point Ken? In my mind, the issue (or fault perhaps) lays with the average American who has ALLOWED themselves to be dumbed-down, out competed, and made to be utterly ridiculous. Yes, this is and was by design of the Elite, but there you have it. In human terms, anyone has a right to better themselves and compete for jobs, resources, mates, and simple happiness"

Let's look at this a little more carefully:

1. "So if There is no law": You haven't established that. That's a PRESUMPTION on your part. You are merely GUESSING, but you haven't laid any foundation for fact. You are embracing an ASSUMPTION as IF it were fact for your conclusions which follow. .

Another presumption: "Mexicans work harder for less money and are more reliable". Yes, in general, perhaps they do, but that's because they are earrning 2000 percent more money for the same job than what they would get in Mexico. Who's going to act haughty or surly or negligently when you're making 2000% more money than you would get back home? But what the heck does THAT have to do with the fact that illegal Mexican aliens are taking jobs away from American citizens? N-O-T-H-I-N-G.

3. "In my mind, the issue (or fault perhaps) lays with the average American who has ALLOWED themselves to be dumbed-down, out competed, and made to be utterly ridiculous." 

Well, I could say the same of your cockeyed statement. Americans haven't "allowed" themselves to be dumbed down. It was done by stealth. Americans haven't been "out competed" by illegal Mexicans workers. Now that's REALLY out there! Illegal Mexicans have NO RIGHT to be in this country to COMPETE against any American citizen in the first place, even if your notion of "competition" were valid. In the second place, illegals are not performing high skill jobs, so What are you talking about? The reality is the opposite. The work is manual labor: low skill, semi-skilled, or no skill jobs. Do you call low skill, manual labor, a job that is "won" or "earned" by illegals based on some screwy idea of "competitive" excellence which Americans cannot manage to compete against? Whew!

4. Yea, everyone has the right to better themselves, but they have the "right" do that routine in their home country, not here. Get caught working for somebody in Japan while you're there on a 90 day visitors visa, and you are out of the country within days -and they don't let you back it again! Japan takes national sovereignty and the no-work-allowed rules VERY SERIOUSLY (and responsibly) in the interest of protecting the national interest of Japan and the Japanese people. Quite the opposite of what's being done to the American people by fifth columnists within the government.

A few more thoughts:

a. I already know that there is no law that requires the payment of income tax. I've read Irwin Schiff's books (Avoid Probate) since the mid 1970's. I got the whole story about the FRAUDULENT foundation of the income tax with the 1913 Jekyll Island meeting and the further consolidation by our Illuminated friends with FDR in 1938. We got it.   The Constitution ALREADY spells out how the government should raise revenues for its operation and other necessary expenses, and it's not from taxing individual citizens of the money they earn of their own labor. I want the government to get out of their involvement with American day to day life, including school life. I do not embrace the idea that we need government in our life except for those few areas where government involvement is absolutely necessary and, above all, appropriate.  

Your sloppy thinking shows up again when you PRESUME that I would say: "how can we get by without government involvement in  building roads and schools?"etc. "Very well" I would say.

b. I also know there is no law which requires a driver's licence to travel on the roads of America in an automobile. I got the background story some years ago on how the states used the requirement of a licence for people engaged in the business of transportation (cable cars, buses, taxis) and gradually applied that requirement, by FRAUDULENCE, deception and stealth, over time, to ANYBODY who wanted to drive on the roads, not just livery drivers. This is another area of state government DECEPTION based on fraud.

Based on the two items above, you now are willing to jump to the assumption that there is no law against entry of non-Americans into this land without passport of visa. because the guy who CLAIMS to be an immigration lawyer, said there's no law.  The idea of national rights POSSESSED EXCLUSIVELY by citizens of this country is inherent in the constitution itself. It says  "We, the People" They were referring to the People of America, not ALL PEOPLE IN THE WORLD. Common sense should tell you that.

Your sentiments reveal a Globalist perspective; a "We are the World" type of guy. It certainly SOUNDS good to those who live in comfortable circumstances; so warm and fuzzy; brotherly, ecumenical, and all that. It all sounds good until you or your family members have to live in a neighborhood overrun with low class "immigrants", legal or otherwise. Then your perspective begins to change.

You will notice an immediate desire on the part of your new non-English speaking neighbors to transfer your possession from your house into their house. You will also notice that they tend to congregate all over the place, sidewalks, street corners, on your car, on your front lawn, etc, etc. and just hang around all day playing boom box music and drinking "cervesa". Of course, they have to relieve themselves in your hedges  or next to your garage after they had a few extra cervesas you understand. Just ask the people who live in that little town in Arizona, I think (Maywood (?) or Maypole (?) can't remember) which has been flooded with Mexican illegals. The mayor is pro Mexican. Boy those native born Arizona citizens just love  having all those wonderful "undocumented immigrants" jammed like sardines in their once quiet and peaceful town.

The Big Picture? I haven't missed the Big Picture,.. you have. 

The Big Picture is that this latest stage in the flooding of this country with low skill, low class, low educated Mexican "immigrants" which began in 1965 with Bobby Kennedy and the opening of the flood gates to the lowest of the low from the poorest regions of the world instead of maintaining our previous requirement for people of skill and merit as our first priority in immigration policy, is intended to further LOWER the country on every social and economic level. The Plan is to break America. The plan is to destroy America. That's why we no longer have heavy industry in this country. That's why you are talking to someone in India about how to make your computer work right. That's why we are buying dog food from China-for the love of God! That's why our young military men are dying like flies in Iraq and Afghanistan. They want to destroy the American military so that only UN troops from China, Pakistan, and Russia will call the shots here on American soil after the smoke has cleared and the FEMA detention centers start filling up with loyal and thinking Amercians who have been doing their best to warn people like you of what's really taking place in this country. But I doubt if my words will penetrate your liberal outlook.

You'll change your mind, of course, at a later point in the Takeover Plan, but it will be at a point of no return I'm afraid.

Sincerely, Ken Adachi


Subject: Re: The Big Picture...
From: Mark
Date: Sat, June 2, 2007
To: Editor

Well stated rebuttal to the not-so-well informed individual who feels your (American) soil and way of life should be a free-for-all for all who wish to exploit it. I wholeheartedly agree that if illegal (sic) immigrants weren't filling the"low end" jobs, more Americans (and Canadians) would be off of the welfare roles. Illegal immigrants and the businesses that employ them don't seem too concerned with the millions of $$$ of added tax burden the "citizen" workers are left with. Bottom line in my humble opinion, is IT'S ALL ABOUT GREED!...

Best Regards,




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