Americans are being sold out. We can’t be the lifeboat for everybody in the world. What happens when you put too many people in a lifeboat? It sinks. … This does not make America great again. This is a suicide pill. It’s suicidal altruism. What are we paying for? Why do we pay taxes? … Obviously, the left is trying to import a new ideology that will govern our country. The masses of people, unassimilated and in poverty, they’re not coming over here with Jeffersonian ideas. They’re not being assimilated. It is just suicide to do this.
America is being fragmented by the contemporary ethos of multiculturalism, said Marlow, contrasting the cultural visions of salad bowl and mosaic. Ties that bind American — cultural, social, political — are being eroded via multiculturalism, he added.
“We talk about assimilation on this show as a big deal,” said Marlow:
Multiculturalism used to all be about E Pluribus Unum, of many one, meaning that it doesn’t matter what your skin tone is or your background is, or where you’re from, or how long you’ve been here. We all want to be American, and now multiculturalism has kind of become those strange trays that they give you when you’re eating airline food or when you’re in the school cafeteria where everyone is confined to their own section so that the chicken doesn’t mix with the salad. … That’s sort of the way we’re designing our country, now, where people are not supposed to assimilate. They’re not supposed to absorb American values. They’re allowed to Balkanize themselves and to live within their own communities. It’s the sort of thing which is quite troubling. … America is more than just our geography. America is more than just our government. America is a set of values and beliefs that are far superior to any other country that’s ever been attempted in the history of mankind. That’s what America is all about. That concept has been totally lost.
Amnesty-supporting agitators display contempt for America in making their demands, said Golvach:
These people are coming in on their terms, they’re flying their flag, they’re speaking their language, and they’re saying, “Make America Mexico Again.” They’re holding up signs saying, “F*** Your Borders.” There’s no humility involved in what they’re doing. You watch them, and it’s just demands: “We demand this. We demand that. This is not your country. This is our country. You don’t have a right to decide who’s coming into your country, and you don’t have a right to your sovereignty, and this isn’t really a country, anymore.”
Donald Trump had promised Angel Families — as both a candidate and as president — that the deaths of their loved ones would “not be in vain,” said Golvach. “I’ve been in the room on numerous occasions with Donald Trump, when he was both a candidate and president. I’ve been the White House, and he promised us — the families that I was with that either lost kids or loved ones — he said, ‘Your loved ones’ deaths will not be in vain.’ He was unambiguous about this. He told us, ‘No amnesty. Period.’ This is not what we were sold.”
Golvach invited Americans to join an online petition titled, “NO DACA, NO DEALS!” via the Remembrance Project, an organization bringing together Angel Families pursuing immigration reform and border security. He encourages Americans to send respectful messages to Trump urging opposition to amnesty proposals for illegal aliens.
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