Mass migration diluted the value of citizenship in the Netherlands to the extent that it is easier for the son of a Dutch citizen woman to move to Korea for work than to relocate to the country where his own mother can vote. In order for the 24-year-old son of a Dutch citizen woman to be granted a residence permit in the Netherlands, the mother must first establish that she has a job earning over 1500 euros a month. After age 25, the son of that Dutch citizen woman no longer has the right to live or work in the Netherlands, and is subject to deportation.
Since the Netherlands is home to the International Criminal Court, any legal action undertaken by an authorized agent of the Dutch government/crown which is not ruled unlawful becomes, after a certain time, international legal precedent. When an authorized agent of the King of the Netherlands issues an order to the son of a Dutch citizen woman, the same order becomes lawful to issue in any jurisdiction outside of the country to the son of a citizen in that nation.
After the rise of firebrand ultra-nationalist politician Geert Wilders, Dutch authorities have sped up the deportation process for anyone in the country suspected of harboring plans to remain illegally, without any concern for family links.
The primary method by which the Dutch seek out illegal immigrants in the country is by sending immigration authorities to homes where foreigners are residing. Since foreigners are required to register at city hall within 3 days of arriving in someone's house, this means that merely being found inside of a home while not registered at city hall is evidence enough to declare someone in violation of city hall ordinance.
If you're a foreigner in the Netherlands and the police, for whatever reason, decide that they don't like you, they can send the foreign police to raid your home and issue a city hall ordinance violation for failure to register to anyone found inside.
If the Netherlands were not part of the European Union, and if it were not home to the ICC, brutal immigration laws would be prudent due to the number of Moroccan nationals who commit citizenship fraud.
Sadly, it was only a matter of time until Dutch immigration authorities found someone inside of a house that was the son of a citizen, who had legal status in another European Union country, and who was not illegally in the country.
That person is our editor Jose Abreu, who in 2013 was given a 90-day exit order to Spain for suspicion of not registering at city hall after 3 days of being in a home. Mr. Abreu is a US citizen who can now argue, with no international lawyer that can challenge him, that it is lawful to deport the children of citizens to countries where they don't hold citizenship even if they're not in a country illegally.
|The source of the King's power. © Abreu Report|
As Mr. Abreu is currently residing legally in the Netherlands sponsored by his German partner, this means that he can also make the legal argument that a foreign national with a high-paying job should be given sponsorship priority over a pregnant citizen who does not meet certain income requirements.
Since it is unprecedented for someone to defend their deportation proceedings from the country where their mother is a citizen, there is simply not a legal system in place for the government to retroactively invalidate a deportation order, and this means that Mr. Abreu, should he be given the power to decree immigration law in a foreign nation, then those decrees will carry essentially the same power as the King of the Netherlands.
If Mr. Abreu were to rise to power in the Dominican Republic, to be stripped of his ability to decree immigration law with the same legitimacy as the King of the Netherlands, it would require the Dutch Crown delegitimizing itself, or the International Criminal Court performing a judicial coup d'etat in the Netherlands, thereby establishing a system of judicial review for the country's immigration laws.
If tomorrow the United States became signatory to the ICC, the Netherlands became a republic and retroactively granted Mr. Abreu citizenship, WWIII could very well be averted.
However, what will happen is that President Trump will implement the same immigration laws as the Netherlands, the Dominican Republic will deport 250,000 former citizens, and in the process a violent breakup of the world will take place.
The future isn't written, but I don't see much of a future unless the ICC is relocated to a place where no son of a citizen is illegal. Hundreds of thousands of Americans had to die for the bondage of people born on US soil to end, and millions of people may likely die so that one day our descendants look back to a time when human beings were illegal.
When the flames of civil war are extinguished in the United States and people ask why a Yale graduate who was given a deportation order from the country where his mom is a citizen decided to help Trump rise to power, let them say that it was for the same reason Abraham Lincoln went to war: he saw something that he decided needed to end, no matter the cost.
It used to be that when you arrived in America your name, your birth certificate, and your legal status were as important as your old identity; you kept it only if you wanted, and it wasn't supposed to matter. America must be set back on the right path, even if it means a trial by fire.