Cambodian American refugees who are deported back to Cambodia

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  • #4422

    Mr.Children
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  • #4423

    Mr.Children
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    My favorite part of the video is when the old guy asked why he didn’t get his citizenship..and the deportee started laughing.

    Sh*t is going to start hitting the fan soon for thousands of Khmer people.

    • #4426

      Pleu
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      even the deportee finds why he didn’t apply for citizenship funny?  =/

       

       

    • #4434

      Mr.Children
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      You have to laugh because it’s a simple mistake that is easily preventable, yet change the rest of your life. I remember when I was younger, getting citizenship was a very big deal….don’t believe it when people say they didn’t know. Teaching about getting your citizenship was like teaching kids to stay away from drugs, to not date at a young age, to study hard, etc…it was common knowledge. The problem is that just like all the other stuff, it was considered nerdy and didn’t result in immediate benefits. It means they had to spend money on something that wasn’t obvious in front of the community. They rather get a nice new car, nice clothing, go to the beach, to the casino, watch dramas all day, play volleyball, etc.

      Now sh*t is about to hit the fan and possibly affect almost every family. The heartaches that the parents and children endure is unbearable. Imagine being the parent who is responsible because they rather spend money on car payments, than citizenship. Imagine having parents who given up a ticket to heaven?

  • #4424

    Empire
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    You are a sick individual to criticize in a way that is belittling.  These are your own people yet “your favorite part” is in your mind a comedy sketch.  Trust me, if you were pan handling in the streets, I wouldn’t even lend you advice.

    • #4433

      Mr.Children
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      Well, the dude did laugh…I think they both laugh. It is pretty funny when somebody is given an opportunity to a lifetime…and they reject it. Can’t help but laugh.

  • #4425

    Pleu
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    wheres that other thread..i pointed out how US already slated 2,000 kh-ams to be deported about a decade ago

    but many were delayed by the prison profit industry to have them serve most of their sentences in prison here first before being deported, so only around 700+ got shipped out so far

    ICE has ‘stepped up its game’ though, ‘notifying Cambodian officials to expect to receive 200 returns per year’

    200 a year sounds like an awful lot; as in a decade that would add up to 2,000 khmers deported.. apparently there are at least that many khmer felons stuck in the us prison system during a decade?!  the whole khmer-american population itself is only around 209k nationwide.. sounds like a culling of sorts =/

    add that to this:

    Goals of the Illuminati and The Committee of 300

    By Dr. John Coleman.

    http://educate-yourself.org/cn/johncolemangoalsofIlluminati.shtml

    Conspirators’ Hierachy: The Story of The Committee of 300

    To bring about depopulation of large cities according to the trial run carried out by the Pol Pot regime in Cambodia. It is interesting to note that Pol Pot’s genocidal plans were drawn up in the US by one of the Club of Rome’s research foundations, and overseen by Thomas Enders, a high-ranking State Department official. It is also interesting that the committee is currently seeking to reinstate the Pol Pot butchers in Cambodia.

    ^destabilize? reinstate?? hmm…

     

     

    • #4429

      Thai
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      Thank you for your sharing I’ll post it on our front page and share with other on Facebook.

  • #4647

    Pleu
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    apparently only 60% Khmers in US are citizens!

    so that’s like nearly 1 in 2 khmers at risk for deport if these raids become widespread

    for now it looks like ICE is targeting mostly khmers with green cards who are in police/court/jail/prison system, as thats much easier than random searches and interstate checkpoints expecting immigrant-like ppl to carry their us passport with them everywhere

    main reason refugees seem to not apply for citizenship is they work off record so dont pay income tax.

     

     

    • #4648

      Mr.Children
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      That’s a problem…I know many Khmer people who are like “I don’t commit crimes”. Listen morons! If you accidentally downloaded an illegal mp3, hanged with a pothead, get caught pretending to be a single mother, or whatever….you can get deported!!!! Some guys date these girls who get upset over small things and call the cops..and he’s gone! Statistically, most people i the world done at least 1 thing that could put them in prison because the laws are stupid. Look at Aunt Becky who could get 40 years for paying people to get her kids into college. Right now, the only reason why Aunt Bopha is not getting arrested is because the liberal system makes money off Aunt Bopha. When Aunt Bopha have children, those children are likely to commit crimes or get pregnant…that create jobs for law enforcement, hospitals, social work, etc. They purposely let you stay longer so that you can produce more kids that will fall into the system. Now the system is full, and they can start kicking people out.

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