The Fourteenth Amendment: Americas Achilles Heel
Every illegal alien in America has an automatic citizenship of their country of origin and owes allegiance to that sovereignty. The sons and daughters born to illegal aliens on American soil are, therefore, automatically citizens of the country where their mothers and fathers were born and their allegiance is to that sovereignty. The debate is simple between the two opposing sides of the issue. All persons born on American soil are citizens of the United States. All persons born on American soil are NOT citizens of the United States.
There are four parts to the Fourteenth Amendment. Section one states: All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law, which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.
The initial purpose and intent of the Fourteenth Amendment was to overturn the Dred Scott decision. The Supreme Court decision, Dred Scott v. Sandford, was issued on March 6, 1857. Delivered by Chief Justice Roger Taney, this opinion declared that slaves were not citizens of the United States and could not sue in Federal courts. They were not citizens of any State that would give them state citizenship under the original federal constitution. In the convention debates concerning the Fourteenth Amendment there is not one word or one sentence that alludes to any fact that all persons outside the context of "all persons" meant any other race of people except African slaves and their descendants. It is obvious that the phrase all persons born, does not mean all persons born on American soil are automatic citizens of the United States. How and when did this misinterpretation of the Fourteenth Amendment originate?
The Fourteenth Amendment currently is being interpreted to grant automatic birthright citizenship to children born in the United States of illegal alien parents (called anchor babies), because under the 1965 Immigration Act, they act as an anchor that pulls the illegal alien mother, and eventually a host of other relatives, into permanent U.S. residency. The Fourteenth Amendment is the basis that the U.S. Supreme Court uses to tell the States that they must allow sons and daughters of illegal aliens to attend public schools in the United States (Pyler vs. Doe 1981).
"The present guarantee under American law of automatic birthright citizenship to the children of illegal aliens can operate...as one more incentive to illegal migration and violation by nonimmigrant aliens already here [.] When this attraction is combined with the powerful lure of the expanded entitlements conferred upon citizen children and their families by the modern welfare state, the total incentive effect of birthright citizenship may well become significant."1. Professors Peter Schuck and Rogers Smith, "Consensual Citizenship" (Chronicles, July 1992)
Why this deliberate misinterpretation of the Fourteenth Amendment? In a nutshell, it is total congressional, judicial and executive control of the government, bypassing the original constitution as the rule of law, and placing it into the hands of lawless men and women trampling upon all of the Bill of Rights and the unalienable rights of all those of European descendant. The purpose of the 1965 Naturalization and Immigration Act was to slow to a trickle of white immigration to America and open the floodgates of non-white immigration from Third World countries. America was too white and too Christian for the ultimate goal of world governance.
The Fourteenth Amendment transferred the power of the union of the several, sovereign states and the people of those several, sovereign states, into slave states and enslaved everyone on the new Federal Plantations with new slave owners with new field overseers to govern and control their new class of slaves via civil rights legislation. This attitude towards the Constitution has come down to us for many generations of Americans by the rule of arbitrary power, changing the original meaning, purpose and intent of the organic law that cannot be altered by amendment. The real debate ought to be about the unconstitutionality of the Fourteenth Amendment. It was not legally ratified and has operated as a fiction of law since 1866.