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ISLAM WAS BANNED
FROM THE USA
IN 1952
 


ISLAM WAS BANNED FROM THE USA IN 1952 but Obama doesn't want you to know that, nor does he respect or uphold US law.

The Immigration and Nationality Act passed June 27, 1952 revised the laws relating to immigration, naturalization and nationality for the United States. That Act, which became Public Law 414, established both the law and the intent of Congress regarding the immigration of aliens to the US and remains in effect today.

Among the many issues it covers, one in particular found in Chapter 2, Section 212, is the prohibition of entry in to the US if the alien belongs to an organization seeking to overthrow the government of the United States by force, violence or by other unconstitutional means. This, by its very definition, rules out Islamic immigration to the United States but this law is being ignored by the White House.

Islamic immigration to the United States would be prohibited under this law because the Koran, Sharia Law and the Hadith all require complete submission to Islam which is antithetical to the United States government, the Constitution and to the Republic.  

All Muslims who attest that the Koran is their life's guiding principal subscribe to submission to Islam and its form of government. 
Now the politically correct crowd would say that Islamists cannot be prohibited from entering the United States because Islam is a 'religion.' Whether it is a 'religion' is immaterial because the law states that aliens who are affiliated with any organization that advocates the overthrow of our government  are prohibited.  
  

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An excellent read!

Americans are down right stupid people. Common sense that are displayed daily is proof. Remember when Gruber called us STUPID-Holder said we are COWARDS and Geraldo claims we are LAZY people. Is there any proof these Muslim lovers are wrong?

Would the Supreme Court uphold the First Amendment and declare the 1952 law "UNCONSTITUTIONAL"? The Constitution does bar the government from passing any law that restrains the practice of one's religion. Personally, it is difficult to imagine Islam's teachings as a legitimate religion, but the question is... are the teachings of Islam within the boundaries of the U.S. Constitution, even though acting on those teachings are against many state and federal laws?

A better question is are they a threat to the Constitution, Fred.

Only if they are allowed to be, Morton and it seems that, right now, they are allowed. Will that come to an end any time soon? It is obvious, that this administration will do nothing to impede their growth and the dangers that growth brings. I won't even ask a rhetorical question about the nine black robed ones.

The only man in Black that I dearly miss:

Well, you wonder why I always dress in black,
Why you never see bright colors on my back,
And why does my appearance seem to have a somber tone.
Well, there's a reason for the things that I have on.

I wear the black for the poor and the beaten down,
Livin' in the hopeless, hungry side of town,
I wear it for the prisoner who has long paid for his crime,
But is there because he's a victim of the times.

I wear the black for those who never read,
Or listened to the words that Jesus said,
About the road to happiness through love and charity,
Why, you'd think He's talking straight to you and me.

Well, we're doin' mighty fine, I do suppose,
In our streak of lightnin' cars and fancy clothes,
But just so we're reminded of the ones who are held back,
Up front there ought 'a be a Man In Black.

I wear it for the sick and lonely old,
For the reckless ones whose bad trip left them cold,
I wear the black in mournin' for the lives that could have been,
Each week we lose a hundred fine young men.

And, I wear it for the thousands who have died,
Believen' that the Lord was on their side,
I wear it for another hundred thousand who have died,
Believen' that we all were on their side.

Well, there's things that never will be right I know,
And things need changin' everywhere you go,
But 'til we start to make a move to make a few things right,
You'll never see me wear a suit of white.

Ah, I'd love to wear a rainbow every day,
And tell the world that everything's OK,
But I'll try to carry off a little darkness on my back,
'Till things are brighter, I'm the Man In Black.
I walked through a county courthouse square
On a park bench an old man was sitting there
I said, "Your old courthouse is kinda run down"

He said, "No, it'll do for our little town"
I said, "Your old flagpole has leaned a little bit
And that's a Ragged Old Flag you got hanging on it"

He said, "Have a seat, " and I sat down
"Is this the first time you've been to our little town?"
I said, "I think it is" He said, "I don't like to brag
But we're kinda proud of that Ragged Old Flag

You see, we got a little hole in that flag there when
Washington took it across the Delaware
And it got powder-burned the night Francis Scott Key
Sat watching it, writing 'Say Can You See'

And it got a bad rip in New Orleans
With Packingham and Jackson tuggin' at its seams
And it almost fell at the Alamo
Beside the Texas flag, but she waved on though

She got cut with a sword at Chancellorsville
And she got cut again at Shiloh Hill
There was Robert E. Lee, Beauregard, and Bragg
And the south wind blew hard on that Ragged Old Flag

On Flanders Field in World War I
She got a big hole from a Bertha gun
She turned blood red in World War II
She hung limp and low by the time it was through

She was in Korea and Vietnam
She went where she was sent by her Uncle Sam
She waved from our ships upon the briny foam
And now they've about quit waving her back here at home

In her own good land here she's been abused
She's been burned, dishonored, denied, and refused
And the government for which she stands
Is scandalized throughout the land

And she's getting threadbare and she's wearing thin
But she's in good shape for the shape she's in
'Cause she's been through the fire before
And I believe she can take a whole lot more

So we raise her up every morning, we take her down every night
We don't let her touch the ground and we fold her up right
On second thought, I do like to brag
'Cause I'm mighty proud of the Ragged Old Flag

Sharon, I am not missing your point, here and please know I definitely share your sentiment. I also know the world sure doesn't need another critic, however my knowledge of Texas History requires me to say, the battle of The Alamo was in 1836 and Texas did not become a part of the U.S. until 1845. Texas was The Republic of Texas, from March 1836, until it joined The U.S.in 1845 and with that lone exception, THE RAGGED OLD FLAG is an awesome and moving poem.

Since you brought up the Alamo, ( I am behind in my reading and I assume there is no state of limitations on a reply date)  It is interesting to note, that the time of the Alamo was actually a time when Mexico had an immigration problem, at least in that territory.   We, the patriots,  were invading Mexico and had over whelmed the Mexican population in the Texas territory ( similar to Dearborn Mich.) The population went from 500 to 30,000 in a short period of time.  Another point, though, I can find no reference to this; When I visited the Alamo, I was told that Santa Ana had made statements about the patriots who were always claiming personal rights and that they all carried a pocket constitution with them. Mexico was at the time a dictatorship.   I just wanted to share this tidbit.

Why isn't this going to every news room and political activist ?

Hell yeah!!

Go ahead and be the guy who sends it to the local paper, Doc. Go get 'em tiger!

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