Los Angeles, CA—Nationally syndicated columnist and author Georgie Anne Geyer made predictions of the demise of American Citizenship in a 1996 television interview. She described these predictions also in her book entitled “Americans No More”.
Some of the issues covered in the interview are:
CIVIC RESPONSIBILITY IS BEING UNDERMINED BY FAR LEFT & RIGHT
According to Geyer, the role of civic responsibility in America is being undermined by the far left and the far right. Major corporate foundations, including the Ford Foundation, many of whom are located in Singapore, Bellagio, Rome, and Berlin are providing funding to radical ethnic groups who don’t care about the American working class or American citizenship.
DEMANDS FOR TAXPAYER BENEFITS TO ILLEGALS
She went on to say that the racial groups are using the courts to fight citizenship issues such as taxpayer benefits for illegal aliens.As a former foreign correspondent, Georgie Anne Geyer traveled to many nations, covering world leaders. She told Emmy Award-winning Full Disclosure™ Emmy Award winning host Leslie Dutton the historical importance of maintaining national borders.
PRESIDENTIAL DUTY TO SECURE THE BORDERS
When referring to the problems with the U. S. Border, she said, “the first duty of the U. S. President is to secure the borders of the nation.”
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA UNGOVERNABLE (1996)
She went on to say Southern California was “ungovernable because it is incoherent and thus ungoverned.” “If you don’t know who the people are, you don’t know what they’re doing here or where their commitment is, your not governing yourself,” she said.
NON CITIZENS VOTING ALL OVER THE COUNTRY
Geyer also told Dutton the most shocking thing to Americans is that non-citizens are voting all over the country. “There are some towns like Tacoma Park, Maryland that have voted to have non-citizens vote in local elections.” As for the “dumbing down” of the citizenship test, she said “We have allowed our schools to become bereft of civic education and the citizenship test is just a reflection of that.