Think About it please, before you travel and come to America
Speak up if you can somehow agree, acknowledge, emphasize, or morally agree with me pursuant to what it means to assimilate versus come as you are or more often than not — not attend to assimilation at all. Straight from our dictionary and please I quote this definition to you: ASSIMILATION: from a verb perspective assimilation means [to integrate somebody into a larger group, so that differences between cultural groups are minimized or even eliminated, or become integrated in this way.]
Issue Four: I and those around me have had a difficult time with the lack of assimilation that has been going on by the Department of Homeland Security and the actual individuals who migrate or come to this country. Now then, let’s not let our knickers’ get all rolled up because I mentioned DHS. What it is that we should know is that the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (USICE) and United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) are the primary two agencies within DHS that handles matters especially the processes of law enforcement and the other to monitor the rubbish tests and other qualifying matters for any newly expected member of our society.
The following is something I would like addressed — much sooner than later. Forget the entangled DHS just a moment so we can focus on all things cultural or nationalized. What I am concerned about is the means, motives, methods, and unfortunately who is it that is getting quite wealthy in the USA by reasons of a punk-a-fied judicial system as well as a real chicken excrement government. And what I mean when I refer to the government — is any number of these individuals to at least stand up and ask, or look for accountability.
Let’s look at yesterday’s article, and soon to be reading Ms. Ann Coulter’s New York Times best seller “¡Adios America!” Of the first part I implore our government to hold tightly the very reasons why another individual from another nation would want to move to our country. It would be so easy to say because of entitlements: — you know the immediate relief one gains when they are uncertain about work even if it is a language problem. We refer to the USA now as “The Welfare State” that gives freely Welfare remuneration, food stamps, and those coupons that go with the food stamps, how about a little unemployment insurance, a bed, home, toothbrush, transportation assistance to and from work; literally, everything that a person needs and/or wants they can receive here in the USA for nothing.
I am still befuddled as to why a person who has been educated that “everything in the West” is evil, and believe it or not the very Satan lives there…everywhere there, would even entertain the idea of living in a land which they are brought up to hate. Furthermore, one of the big four steps into even being considered in this process is the assimilation one must go through in order to become even a remotely cultured person. And the acculturation means everything that has to do with America meaning — the religious institutions, the food that is eaten, as well as some of the “other ways” that come from other societies such as “mercy killings, the continued abuse of the judiciary system that was put into action by the Founders of the USA.
I for one am getting sick and overly tired listening to Muslim women taking $20 to $100 million in alleged damages from our courts and communities. I suppose that this happens, but it is not too often that one sees an American at least over 30 years of age suing simply because you can receive the money.
Cultural assimilation is the process by which a person or a group’s language and/or culture come to resemble those of another group. The term is used to refer to both individuals and groups, and in the latter case it can refer to either immigrant diasporas or native residents that come to be culturally dominated by another society. Assimilation may involve either a quick or gradual change depending on circumstances of the group. Full assimilation occurs when new members of a society become indistinguishable from members of the other group. Whether or not it is desirable for an immigrant group to assimilate is often disputed by both members of the group and those of the dominant society.