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ENFORCE THE 14TH AMENDMENT

The 1866 Civil Rights Act

As originally Intended

The 14th Amendment (+)

 

1866 Civil Rights Act (+)

For Emancipated Slave, Freedmen-Freemen, i.e. American Black US Citizens

 

Re-Establishment of the Freedmen's Bureau

Domestic-Constitutional Refugee Status Act (Bill)

1866 Civil Rights Act, Section 3 “Bureau for the relief of Freedmen and Refugees…”

The Protection and Advancement of American Black US Citizens

 

Please see ENFORCEMENT OF THE 14TH AMENDMENT (+)

Arizona State Senator, The Hon. Russell Pierce says,

"Enforce the 14th Amendment as originally intended"

The children of the 235 year old peculiar institution of chattel slaves, i.e. Emancipated Slaves, Freedmen-Freemen are also identified in 1866 Civil Rights Act, Section 3 as “Refugees” from the horrors of the Civil War and slavery itself.

Refugee status was determined in the United States long before that which was defined by the United Nations at the Geneva Refugee Status Convention in July of 1951.

According to the Constitution, the US federal government considered refugees to be slaves emancipated from de-humanizing, peculiar institution of chattel slavery, and were wondering homeless at the end of the Civil War being vulnerable to not only the natural elements but mostly from notorious losers as well as other harmful circumstances.

It is to be specifically noted, that the Domestic, Constitutional “Refugees” spoken of in this legislation is not identified as "Brown-Bronze", Hispanic/Latino-Mexican, illegal alien, but rather the slaves and children emancipated and freed from slavery who happen to be people of “color” or the “colored race”, i.e., Black West Africans.

The Congress authorized, but not funded the US War Department to establish a special bureau for relieving some of the sufferings of the Emancipated Slaves and their succeeding generations called the Bureau of Freedmen and Refugees.

Generally, the term “refugee” refers to individuals or whole groups of people who are forced to flee their homelands because of either direct or indirect government (compliance) persecution due to political, religious, racial, ethnic, economic differences or animus.

Often time, when a nation is invaded by another in an act of warfare to occupy it, citizens and residents flee to another country, even violating international border laws seeking safety, i.e., refuge, hence Refugee.

Refugees within the geo-physical boundaries of home country

In the unique case of the West African chattel slave when released from bondage in the United States at the end of the Civil War, they obviously could not return to their homelands and being in state of abject poverty with the constant fear for their lives from the threat of defeated confederates, the Congress officially dubbed them refugees.

This United States status of refugee was given to the Emancipated Slaves, Freedmen long before there was a United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) definition of the same, July 28,1951

Article 1 of the United Nations Convention in Geneva, Switzerland as amended by the 1967 Protocol provides the definition of a refugee:

"A person who owing to a well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion, is outside the country of his nationality and is unable or, owing to such fear, is unwilling to avail himself of the protection of that country; or who, not having a nationality and being outside the country of his former habitual residence as a result of such events, is unable or, owing to such fear, is unwilling to return to it.."

While, according this UN Convention definition, refugees are individual fleeing their own nations to seek refuge in another, the original refugee situation that occurred in the United States after its Civil War defined refugee as Emancipated Slaves-Freedmen who happen to be colored peoples, Negroes.

As result, the Congress of the United States recognizing the generational harm to the Emancipated Slaves and their succeeding generations, knew that the nation must enact long term laws that would protect this unique American population until they attain full “equal justice or protection under the law” citizenship “as is enjoyed by White citizens” according the edicts of the 14th Amendment and 1866 Civil Rights Act.

It was for this purpose that the Congress Created the Freedmen's Bureau For The Relief of Refugees to helps execute and implement the ACT of the 14th Amendment to its intended objective.

The Civilian Foreign Invasion Forces American Blacks US Citizens Into Refugee Status Therefore Qualifying Them For Special Protections

Due to the massive socialist driven, La Raza Hispanic/Latino-Mexican, Roman Catholic civilian invasion and occupation of the United States all the requirements that define refugee status applies to American Black US Citizens, Emancipate Slaves, Freedmen-Freemen.

This invasion is especially poignant in the that the federal government is not only compliant with the invasion, but is in fact leading it by is vociferous advocacy for amnesties, such as Dream Acts, Anchorism and it multi-national legal law suit attack against the US State of Arizona.

As the Emancipated Slaves can’t retreat to Canada, Mexico or over the seas other continents, even Africa itself, they are forced to endure Ethno-racial cleansing and face a daunting eventual genocide as signs are indicating.

While illegal aliens, particularly those of Mexico try to claim refugee status with the United States due to the political and violent nature of that country, Congress must revisit the plight of the Emancipated Slaves, Freedmen who are classified as Refugees according the Constitutional 14th Amendment – 1866 Civil Rights Act.

Before, refugee status can be granted to foreigners, especially those who violated our international border laws are occupying American soil with devastating impact upon the Constitutional Refugees whom are due the completion of the Civil Rights business that the United States contracted with GOD.

Therefore, accompanying the Martin Luther King, Jr. Dream Act (Bill), there is to be a Marin Luther King, Jr. Refugee Act (Bill) that safeguard the status and subsequent benefits due the Emancipated Slaves-Freedmen-Freemen, i.e., American Black US Citizens.

 

The 1866 Civil Rights ACT (+)

 

The 14th Amendment (+)

 

Historical STANDING For King DREAM Act (+)

 

Letter To Patriots For Legislators (+)


Letter To Legislators (+)

The Disclaimer (+)

 

Not Government Socialist Welfare Programs

 

 

 

Introduction Freedmen's Bureau For Refugees I (+)

 

Introduction Freedmen's Bureau For Refugees II (+)

 

Re-Establishment Freedmen's Bureau Refugees III

Refugee Status - Freedmen's Bureau (+)

 

"I Have A Dream" Speech (+)

 

MLK Why Introduce King Dream ACT (+)

STANDING: US Presidential (+)