August 28, 2017
Doesn’t that smile melt your filthy racist heart, goy?
What is the argument for something like this? The kikes and their useful idiots keep telling us the lie that without the hordes we’re all gonna starve to death and lose our pensions, but what is the argument for bringing in a fossil that can barely stand up and immediately give it free everything?
I’ll tell you what the argument is – feels. Feels are what truly matter in a (((democracy))).
A 103-year-old woman just became one of the United States’ newest citizens.
Hong Inh moved to the U.S. when she was 97 to stay with family. She also wanted to be part of the American fabric, according to her great-granddaughter Melissa Tea.
Only a bunch of filthy Nazis would think that some Asiatic centenarian fresh of the boat isn’t just as American as any other American. In fact, she’s MORE American that anyone else, because fat women’s feels said so.
“It has always been her dream to become a citizen and come to America because after the war, she didn’t want to live in Cambodia because of the living conditions,” Tea told NBC Los Angeles. “She always wanted to come here because of the rights and she hears so many things about this place.”
Ah yes, it’s the “rights.” Especially that one most important human right of them all – unlimited access to Whitey’s taxes.
Inh told the outlet that one of the things she is most hoping to experience as a citizen is the right to vote.
For those of you who might not be – this didn’t used to happen anywhere on the planet until around the middle half of the last century. Can you guess (((who))) is responsible for these radical changes?
On Tuesday, Inh took the oath of allegiance with 10,000 others at the Los Angeles Convention Center, the Los Angeles Times reports.
All of them dying to pay the pensions of people that they’re taught stole everything from them since forever, no doubt…
Immigration numbers: America fought a war for the Jews, and the Jews won.
In order to be in that room, Inh had to survive years of famine, war and violence caused by the genocidal Khmer Rouge regime.
“During that time she was so suffering. They didn’t have anything to eat,” granddaughter Siv Taing told the Associated Press.
Inh sat in a wheelchair for much of Tuesday’s ceremony, but relatives helped her stand when it was time to take the oath.
She held an American flag in her hand during the oath and happily applauded when her citizenship became official.
“She says she’s so excited and happy,” granddaughter Siv Taing told the Times.
Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww! I’m so touched! Now I know how wrong I was, and how bad civilization, borders, self-respect and common sense are. All it took for me to realize it was knowing that she held and American flag and said she’s excited.
Why can’t all us hateful goyim feel like this?
If this doesn’t fill your heart with joy, you’re probably suffering from low Oxytocin and should run to the nearest pharmacy ASAP!