And So It Begins, The Country Within A Country
The New York City Council is drafting a law that will allow noncitizens to vote in New York City’s municipal elections to give clout to immigrants in all races across the five boroughs.
New York City could begin the promise of a Country Within A County with this scheme. They’re claiming it’s democracy to do something that will allow foreigners with an abhorrence of democracy to diminish our democracy.
Instead of citizens deciding issues, foreigners will because there are so many of them in NYC.
To qualify, one only need be a legal immigrant (illegal immigrants are being given amnesty and IDs) and have lived in New York city or one of the boroughs for six months. In other words, you could be a communist from China living here for six months or a Frenchman who hates America, and you would get a vote.
“I believe that in a democracy, everybody should participate, and I don’t see how you call something a democracy when you don’t give everybody that opportunity to participate,” said Councilman Daniel Dromm, (D-Queens, pictured above), earlier this month. He is pushing the latest effort.
He thinks it’s a democracy if you let foreigners vote in U.S. elections and decide which way New York City will go on every level.
The end result will be foreign influence and it will never be overturned once foreigners get to vote on it.
Once this is in place, we can expect to see no surveillance of suspect groups, communists, fascists, socialists from around the world who live in NYC will get more involved, and citizens will be pushed out of having any voice because there are a heck of a lot of foreigners in New York City and the five boroughs, but that is the goal, isn’t it?
iVote NYC, a coalition of open borders Humanists and their far-left allies are behind the change. The man in charge is a Frenchman who helps run the Humanist Party, in other words, he’s a communist. Communism and Humanism are bedfellows. The Communist Manifesto and the Humanist Manifesto 2, have many overlapping of goals, attitudes and programs. They are ideological twins.
It would make New York City one of only eight jurisdictions in the nation that allows foreigners this kind of power.
One can be sure that our communist mayor will love it.