March 02, 2008

Imigration: What do you think of this?

First, if you immigrate to the United States of America, you must speak the native language.

You have to be a professional or an investor.

There will be no special bilingual programs in the schools, no special ballots for elections, no government business will be conducted in your native language.

Foreigners will not have the right to vote, nor will they ever be allowed to hold political office. If you're in our country, you cannot be a burden to taxpayers. You are not entitled, to welfare, to food stamps, or other government programs.

You can come if you invest, but it must be an amount equal to 40,000 times the daily minimum wage.

If you do come and you want to buy land, okay, but we're going to restrict your options. You will not be allowed to buy waterfront property in the United States. That will be reserved for citizens naturally born in this country in fact, as a foreigner, you must relinquish individual rights to property.

You don't have the right to protest. You're allowed no demonstrations, you cannot wave a foreign flag, no political organizing, no bad-mouthing our government or its policies, or you get deported. If you come here illegally, you go straight to jail.


ronnwaters said...

What?! Teach in only one language? My gawd, what would I do to fill the left over time?
Oh, yeah, teach more than just the basics....

flyingvan said...

No driving and you have to live in Nebraska your first year, then three years in the military. Assimilation has to outpace immigration.

Anonymous said...

wow...pretty would definitely defeat the purpose of diversity which the military very strongly pushes...but hey wouldnt that like put a lot of innocent people out? we woudlt be as interesting as wea re now...i totally understand the whole come to america and learn english bit. Teaching a different language though is nice. it helps those visiting other countries like your nae