Friday, February 27, 2009

Deport the Obamites to Canada

Feb 27, 2009 12:39

Deport the Obamites to Canada

The only solution to the turmoil caused by the Obamites, who are big government regulators of everyone else’s lives, is to deport them to Canada where they may join their ancestors of the American Revolution, who are now called United Empire Loyalists.

After the previous American Revolution, the law and order Republicans of their day who obeyed the law were given a choice. In South Carolina, "After 1777, those who were suspected of being loyalists were forced to take the oath to show that they supported the patriot cause. If they refused, they were deported. If they later returned to South Carolina, they would be put to death for treason. This oath was forced on loyalists in such a methodical manner that it became impossible to avoid taking it."

It may have seemed harsh until recently because the Social Marxists had not yet destroyed everything good in America. The civil strife that has been developing over the last 40 years will inevitably cause the same need to restore peace by getting rid of the trouble makers.

"American Revolutionaries hated Loyalists and treated any of them taken in battle as traitors. All states passed severe laws against Loyalists, including denying them the vote, barring them from holding office, and either confiscating or heavily taxing their properties. As a result, many Loyalists fled, a large portion of them into Canada."

The Loyalist who obeyed the law were not then and are not now repentant of what they did in the 1700's. Today their descendents, "United Empire Loyalists were those who had been settled in the thirteen colonies at the outbreak of the American Revolution, who remained loyal to and took up the Royal Standard, and who settled in what is now Canada at the end of the war."

They remain loyal to the same cause, "promoting the values and institutions fundamental to Canada's United Empire Loyalist heritage," though most of them never left America. "During the American Revolution, from 1776 to 1783, 15 to 20 per cent of approximately 500,000 American Loyalists were permanently uprooted or displaced. Most of these migrated to British territories to the north."

Many of those who pass as conservatives today are Loyalist descendents following the same agenda that started the war in 1776. "They were most numerous in New York, Pennsylvania, and the South," where most of the big government promoters reside.

A feel for the numbers of conservatives promoting unconstitutional government is very simple. "Loyalists - colonists loyal to Great Britain during the American Revolution, making up approximately one-third of the population of the American colonies during that conflict," largely remained, they make up roughly 25% of conservatives.

It is this 25% that will take sides with the axis consisting of government, Islam, environmentalist, and any other statist group, against the gun-totting, home schooling, survivalist hoarders and constitutionalists that will not comply with the law.

During the previous war, "The Loyalists did not rise as a body to support the British army," however many did and retreated to Canada.” At the conclusion of the war the 57th Regiment, reduced to eight companies, was assigned to Nova Scotia where British Loyalists from New York were deported in 1783."

Deportation is the only solution to restoring peace. By May 4, 1783 the first Loyalist Landing at Port Roseway (Shelburne), Nova Scotia. In 1784, the first United Empire Loyalist refugees arrive at Saint John, New Brunswick.