A Bill For The House and Senate of the US Congress
Including State Legislatures, Ballot Measures,
Initiatives and Proposition
Why Introduce King Dream Act
In light of the socialist driven, La
Raza, Hispanic/Latino-Mexican neo “Brown-Bronze” race, illegal alien
Dream Act, an amnesty, the Rev.-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dream Act is
a counter measure to it, forcing a direct confrontation and discussion
as to has STANDING in the US Constitution for citizenship.
The Rev.-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Dream ACT is an Enforcement bill that directly addresses the
merits of illegal aliens assuming the benefits of the Civil Rights
heritage, being it will automatically pit it against the
Hispanic/Latino-Mexican illegal alien Dream Act.
“I Have A Dream” speech by Dr. King August 28,1963 (+)
All legislators and peoples of the
United States will be placed in a position of having to choose between
the two Dream Acts based on Constitutionality and moral rectitude
according the respective American experiences.
The Contrasting or Counter Dreams – One vs. The Other
Honest consideration and comparison will demonstrate that
the two Dream struggles are not equated, that is one in the same, but
are actually vast worlds of differences apart, even contrary and
antagonistic to the other; one qualifying for special Constitutional
14th Amendment – protections and the other worthy of criminal
prosecution…one is the inheritor of the Civil Rights Legacy and
subsequent benefits, while the other is a usurper of such.
The life of one Dream is the death
of the other. One Dream is the Nightmare to the other. Plain and
simple, one is right and other is wrong.
The Hispanic/Latino-Mexican Dream
Act is for an improved lifestyle, while the American Black US Citizen,
i.e., Emancipated Slave, Freedmen-Freemen-Refugees Martin Luther King,
Jr. Act is about life survival itself.
It is misnomer to insinuate and
claim that the Dreams of the two minorities are co-struggling either
with or against each other for national resources, when in reality one
has/is being invaded upon the other.
The Grand Larcenous Theft of the 14th Amendment
Without controversy, the most dangerous usurpation of the
Civil Rights legacy and laws is that of Anchorism, the sinister wresting
of the 14th Amendment away from American Black US Citizens, i.e.,
Emancipated Slaves, Freedmen-Freemen-Refugees, to whom it is originally
Anchor Babies, Jack Pot Babies, Presumed Citizens are some of the
identities that the children born to illegal alien mothers within the
geo-physical borders of the United States, thereby automatically, but
erroneously transforming them into US citizens based on the 14th
Amendment Section 1 and the Civil Rights Act of 1866
National Abandonment of the 14th Amendment
As result of the nation’s 1877 abandonment of fully
enforcing the 14th Amendment and its’ progenitor, the 1866 Civil Rights
Act, the state and fate of the Emancipated children of the Slaves in
their succeeding generations is in many cases in far worse conditions
than perhaps, chattel slavery itself, and even trending downward to
utter destruction, if not eventual total annihilation.
This abandonment of fully executing
the Congressional mandates of 14th Amendment as intended has left a void
for the twisted abuse by today’s illegal alien civilian invasion that
has resulted in a sudden explosion of an illicit Hispanic/Latino-Mexican
population that is Ethno-racially cleansings the children of the slaves
from the American Dream quest.
All statistical studies poignantly
reveal that of all the ethno-racial-nationalities, groups,
classifications et al, the descendants of the slaves disproportionately
and too often quantitatively lead all other United States ethno-racial
groups, classifications, etc, in nearly every negative social statistic.
Generational tracking will reveal
that such gruesome statistics are directly related to the unfinished
business of the New Nation to complete the proper execution of the 14th
The late US President, Abraham Lincoln stated in his
iconic Gettysburg Address, November 19,1863, concerning this matter of
unfinished business with the Emancipated Slaves, Freedmen, Refugees, who
happen to be colored people or original “People of Color” stating,
“It is for us the living, rather, to be
dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here
have thus far so nobly advanced. It is rather for us to be here
dedicated to the great task remaining before us…”
Please see the “Gettysburg Address” by Abraham
Lincoln, November 19,1863
A mere 14 years after the Presidential challenging
proclaiming to finish what those honored dead and wounded who “thus far
so nobly advanced” and “…that these dead shall not have died in vain”
was indeed not heeded by a very understandably tired New Nation, which
led to 87 years of Jim Crow oppression because the 14 the Amendment was
Please see Refugee Status (+)
A Fate Worse Than Chattel Slavery Itself
These statistics expose the alarming fact that the state
of affairs and destiny of the Negro – Colored Peoples is worse today in
2010 than it was before the passage of the 1964 Congressional Civil that
ended the Jim Crow era of racial segregation and discrimination laws
Such a revelation demonstrates a
generational chain of national abuses against the descendants of the
slaves tracking back to 1865.
The national abuse was/is a
combination of the Democrats racial legislation of discriminatory
segregation, enforced the terrorist Ku Klux Klan (KKK) and Republican
surrendering of the enforcement of the 14th Amendment protection for the
Emancipated Slaves in their succeeding generations.
In fact, the late Rev-Dr. Martin
Luther King, Jr. opens his “I Have A Dream” speech proclaiming in 1963,
one year before the historical end of the Jim Crow era, “One hundred
years later, the Negro is still not free”
“Five score years ago, a great American,
in whose symbolic shadow we stand signed the Emancipation Proclamation.
This momentous decree came as a great
beacon light of hope to millions of Negro slaves who had been seared in
the flames of withering injustice.
It came as a joyous daybreak to end the
long night of captivity.
But one hundred years later, we
must face the tragic fact that the Negro is still not free.
One hundred years later, the life
of the Negro is still sadly crippled by the manacles of segregation and
the chains of discrimination.
One hundred years later, the Negro
lives on a lonely island of poverty in the midst of a vast ocean of
One hundred years later, the Negro
is still languishing in the corners of American society and finds
himself an exile in his own land.
So we have come here today to dramatize
an appalling condition.”
Being that the Negro is worse of today than he was before
1964, of all other struggles of ethno-racial struggles in the United
States, as a result of chain-generational calamities heaped upon them by
others, the children of those upon whose back this nation of immigrants
was constructed have essentially been reduced to the status of refugees
and sub-citizens within their own country.
America: To Live or Die By The 14th Amendment
According to the Founding Fathers’ Dream expressed in the
Declaration of Independence, protected and guided by the Constitution,
failure to prevent the utter disaster of the Negro by allowing foreign
invading forces as well as a compliant federal government to end their
quest for full “equal justice under the law” citizenship “…as is enjoyed
by White citizens”, would be the doom of the United States.
Clearly the fulcrum on whether the New Nation continues
to exist rest upon its business with the US Emancipated Slave citizens
as evidenced by the Congressional and Presidential legislations of 13th,
14th, 15th Amendment and 1866 Civil Rights Act, which no other people
group has such recognition.
This federal legislation specifically designed for the
Emancipated Slaves is not due to their race, but rather unique
experience, i.e., the way in which they were brought into the United
States, unlike the willing immigrants.
These exclusively Constitutional mandates are intended to
vindicate the Freedmen-Freemen-Refugees in their Civil Rights.
The King Dream Act Nullifies All Challenges To The
Therefore, the 14th Amendment etc, is the protectorate of
the Emancipated Slaves and present day conditions demand that it be
Enforced or Re-Enforced on their behalf. Hence, the King Dream Act
The King Dream Act nullifies any
attempts to use the race bait, race card weapon. In fact all resistance
to ENFORCING The KING DREAM ACT is paralyzed and rendered ineffective
The King Dream Act Is Multi-Partisan
Finally, the King Dream Act draws strong bipartisan
and/or multi-partisan support, because given the dire situation of the
Slaves’ descendants no body could or would dare to resist it from the
socialist La Raza elements, to African Americans of all political
persuasions and or classes, to every other ethno-racial cause in the
country, including illegal aliens themselves.
The combination: 14th Amendment and Civil Rights Act of
1866 Is The Sword and Shield
The 14th Amendment is the National Birth and Identity
Rights-Certificate of the Emancipated Slaves, Freedmen-Freemen-Refugees
which due not to their skin color or racial characteristics, but rather
the unique experience by which the were brought to the United States.
The 1866 Civil Rights Act with its
10 Sections is the implement and/or manual by which “We the people”
supervise the enforcement of the 14th Amendment.
Essentially, the 14th Amendment is
the “shield” for the Emancipated Slaves and the 1866 Civil Rights Act is
Any “person (s)”, thing, including “under
color of any law, statute, ordinance, regulation, or custom”
or social, political, economic, religious, immigration (illegal or
illegal) movements impedes the access of the Freedmen-Freemen-Refugees
to achieving US citizenship “as is enjoyed by White citizens” is their
enemy and that of the Constitution requiring immediate vindication.
Section 2 “…shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and, on
conviction, shall be punished…”
As a shield, the 14th Amendment gave
protection from Americans who sought disenfranchise the Emancipated
Slaves, Freedmen-Freemen by granting the US citizenship, whereas the
1866 Civil Rights Act is the sword by which any offense against the ACT