8-28-14 – A Nation Without Boarders Is Not A Nation

Posted by Frank Mazur

Ronald Reagan said that “a nation without borders is not a nation.”  Around the world nations vigorously enforce country access.  Try entering another country without a passport.

Our nation is experiencing the greatest assault on its sovereignty since it was founded.  Our borders aren’t protected and we’re being invaded by illegals who are welcomed, cared for, housed, entertained and fed by government.  What started as a trickle of illegals has turned into a flood.

Borders, language and culture are important to remind us of can happen with this illegal invasion.  If we don’t control our borders America could be radically altered as a nation.

Today wherever you travel in the United States almost everything

is reported in two languages; English and Spanish.  Entire communities are already changing and crime has sky rocketed.  Not all illegals are bad people, but for starters they did enter our country illegally.

Borders, language and culture are protected in Mexico and Latin America.  We have every right to protect ours, ensure English is the official language and preserve our culture.  A common language is necessary to keep us united because if we divide we will fall.  Our culture is who we are….proud of our heritage, our examples, our accomplishments and freedoms.

Elected representatives must enforce the law to protect our borders, language and culture from this illegal alien invasion because it’s a threat to our very existence. If they don’t, we must replace them in November.  Be vocal and vote.  If we don’t who will?

– Frank Mazur is a former Representative from South Burlington and former EAI board member

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Bill Sinclair October 22, 2016 at 1:13 am

Thank you for your patriotic thoughts.
Sadly, our younger generations have been ‘cheated’ by our education systems by failing to teach real history whereas they would have learned, or at a minimum, had some exposure to the founding and survival of America; how and why we have preserved our freedoms and liberties within the greatest nation on earth.

Considering the perils we are facing (invasions of welfare-dependent, non-assimilating, poorly educated and predominately void of any marketable skills; demoralized military; unpatriotic & irresponsible gutting of the Treasury, just for starters) too many of our politicians, in my opinion, ignore their oath of office by simply ‘playing ball,’ too much ball rather than taking a strong, vocal stance to change the direction of the ship. Those that allow our nation to maintain this course are either complicit or fearful of the vilification from the uber-leftist media, thus losing their seat.

That isn’t why we “hired” them.


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