(Natural News) A new policy guidance issued by Customs and Immigration Services (USCIS) reiterates that communists are not to be naturalized or otherwise admitted into the United States due to their contrarian anti-American beliefs.
Aligning oneself with the Communist Party “or any other totalitarian party,” the guidance states, “is inconsistent and incompatible with the Naturalization Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America, which includes pledging to ‘support and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States.’”
Consequently, those identified as communists or communist sympathizers will be denied admission into the country.
“In general, unless otherwise exempt, any intending immigrant who is a member or affiliate of the Communist Party or any other totalitarian party (or subdivision or affiliate), domestic or foreign, is inadmissible to the United States,” it further reads.
While the policy alert does not reinvent the wheel in terms of America’s immigration policy, it does remind Americans that the Trump administration is taking seriously the need to crack down on immigration abuses, especially from countries like communist China that are a threat to our national sovereignty and continuity.
“Communist Party members will now be ineligible to immigrate to the U.S.,” tweeted Irish journalist Aaron Mc Nicholas.
“The guidance covers the Communist Party from any foreign state, or of any political or geographical subdivision of any foreign state,” he added.
The full USCIS guidance is available for viewing at this link.
America is for Americans, not communists
The guidance is rooted in laws passed by Congress between 1914 and the 1950s, during which time the U.S. participated in two world wars.
These laws stipulate that communists attempting to immigrate to the U.S. need to be stopped because, as the two world wars clearly demonstrated, totalitarianism is an ever-present threat to our country.
Exempt from the restrictions are those who were involuntarily drafted into communism, or who lived under it while 16 years of age or younger. Those who were forced to abide by communist ideals or who needed to pretend to be communist in order to receive food or employment are also exempt.
Active communists who terminated their membership or affiliation at least five years before the date of their application, and who remain “actively opposed” to the doctrines, principles, program and ideology of communism, likewise have the opportunity to be considered for immigration.
Chinese propaganda heads boast that immigration ban will “keep more talents in China”
The country to be most impacted by the new guidance is obviously China, which is home to the world’s largest population of communists. Official data from the communist regime suggests that some 90 million people living in China are members of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Meanwhile, the Chinese state-run media outlet South China Morning Post (SCMP) is scoffing at the new guidance, calling it a “clear swipe at China.”
Citing Hu Xijin, editor-in-chief of the Chinese tabloid newspaper Global Times, SCMP is further reporting that the immigration restrictions are a good thing for China because they will help to “keep more talents in China.”
“Many outstanding talents in China are Communist Party members,¨ Xijin claims.
Interestingly, China itself prohibits Communist Party members from taking up foreign residency in places like the U.S. Communists can actually be expelled from the party for moving outside of China or adopting dual citizenship in a place like America.
According to data from the Migration Policy Institute, a U.S.-based think tank, some 2.5 million Chinese immigrants currently live in the U.S., representing about 5.5 percent of our nation’s total foreign-born population.
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