One of the most pressing questions in the border crisis is what to do with the potentially one million illegal aliens who will flood into the United States just this year. This organized push to destroy the Southern Border, which has been forced on the Trump Administration by organized groups who want open borders, combined with a Congress who refuses to deal with the problem, or even recognize it for many in Congress, a solution has to be found to stop the current practice of “catch and release” forced on the Federal Government by the Judiciary who have unconstitutionally made policy and law from the bench, something they have no authority to do, but is recognized as having the force of law nonetheless. The solution to this problem can actually be found in a previous barbaric policy of the federal government from the 1800s that was directed towards Native Americans who did nothing wrong. That being the establishment and maintenance of a system of “reservations” where Native Americans have been forced to live ever since. This law establishes the ability of the federal government to create such a system again, but this time for illegal aliens who have no constitutional rights, and no right to be here. If the government tolerates such a reservation system for entire peoples who did nothing wrong except to exist, surely the same federal government can set up a reservation system for illegal aliens who did everything wrong. It is the sincere hope also that the reservation system for Native Americans be abolished, during the creation of the reservation system to separate illegal aliens from the rest of the United States, until such time as they have been adjudicated legal to stay, or deported back to their home country.
Background on reservations for Native Americans from the Khan Academy website:
The Indian Appropriations Act of 1851, also known as the Appropriation Bill for Indian Affairs, authorized the establishment of Indian reservations in Oklahoma and inspired the creation of reservations in other states as well. The US federal government envisioned the reservations as a useful means of keeping Native American tribes off of the lands that white Americans wished to settle.
The Purpose of this Act:
*** Any government and people that tolerate a reservation system for entire peoples who did nothing wrong except to exist before the people who put them on reservations arrived, should have no objection to putting illegal aliens on reservations who have no right to be here at all.