Sunday, March 10, 2013

Obama ‘Justice’ Department Seeks To Block Asylum For German Homeschooling Family

I find this sick and disgusting.  What really steams me is that we allow millions of illegal immigrants roam the streets for no reason other than they are here looking for a job. But allow someone to come here on religious principles?  No way!  Send 'em back!
As Michael Farris observes: “The United States Supreme Court has made it very clear in the past that religious freedom is an individual right. Yet our current government does not seem to understand this. They only think of us as members of groups and factions. It is an extreme form of identity politics that directly threatens any understanding of individual liberty.”

In essence, the Obama DOJ is rejecting the fundamental principles of our Constitution and the Bill of Rights, which clearly deal with individual rights of religious liberty and conscience. This isn’t surprising, given the collectivist mentality of Obama and his minions running the White House and the U.S. Senate. They are totalitarians – and they will do whatever they can to undermine our fundamental individual rights.
Let the family reside the States, for crying out loud.  If they want to raise their kid in a religious environment, then let them!

From the HSLDA website are these comments from one of the defense attorneys:
In most asylum cases, there is some guesswork necessary to figure out the government’s true motive—but not in this case. The Supreme Court of Germany declared that the purpose of the German ban on homeschooling was to “counteract the development of religious and philosophically motivated parallel societies.”  
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The prospect for German homeschooling freedom is not bright. But we should not reserve all of our concern for the views of the German government. Our own government is attempting to send German homeschoolers back to that land to face criminal prosecutions with fines, jail sentences, and removal of custody of children. 

We should understand that in these arguments by the U.S. government, something important is being said about our own liberties as American homeschoolers.

The Attorney General of the United States thinks that a law that bans homeschooling entirely violates no fundamental liberties.

It is important that Americans stand up for the rights of German homeschooling families. In so doing, we stand up for our own.  
 This entire incident says more about the US than it does about Germany.

Here's a Fox News Channel Mike Huckabee interview.

It is an unfortunate state of affairs that most of Europe is very antagonistic to Christianity.

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