18 March, 2021

Emanuel Celler: a Nation-Wrecker for the History Books

Posted by Socrates in "civil rights", Celler, Celler Rights Laws, Celler Rights Violations, Civil Rights Act of 1964, Civil Rights Act of 1968, civil rights movement, Congress, Congressmen, Hart-Celler Act of 1965, immigration, immigration bills/laws, jewed Congress, jewed law, jewed politics, Jewish nation-wrecking at 1:43 pm | Permanent Link

(Above: Jewish congressman Emanuel Celler [1888-1981]. Celler was a very key player in the destruction of America from 1964-onward. “As Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee for all but two years between 1949 and 1973, he ushered through the House the major civil rights movement legislation of the era.” — Wikipedia, March 2021. How this creep was allowed to push so many destructive laws through Congress, I’ll never know).

It’s not an exaggeration to say that the Jewish congressman Emanuel Celler (D-NY) almost single-handedly destroyed America. All he had to do was find a president stupid enough to sign his horrible bills into law. And he did find such a president: Lyndon B. Johnson.

Name the horrible law, and there’s a good chance that it came from Manny Celler’s pen: a major gun-control act, the horrible 1965 immigration act, and three major civil-rights acts!

Let’s take a look at some of Celler’s handiwork in Congress:

1. The Civil Rights Act of 1957, the first civil-rights law since the Civil War era. Celler wrote and sponsored that act, which came from his House bill H.R.6127, which was signed into law by President Eisenhower in September 1957. But this law lacked teeth, and so it was revised in 1964 as the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

2. The Civil Rights Act of 1964. It came from Congressman Celler’s House bill H.R.7152, and was introduced in Congress on June 20, 1963, and signed into law by President Johnson on July 2, 1964. This law up-ended America. Suddenly, violent negroes had all sorts of “rights” and you had to hire them!

3. The Hart-Celler Act of 1965 — which came from House bill H.R.2580 — was written by Congressman Celler and gentile Senator Philip A. Hart (D-MI; 1912-1976), although Celler acted as the pointman for the Act by introducing it into Congress in January 1965. This law created “chain immigration” into America — meaning that if you were Vietnamese and your brother came to America, you were automatically put at the front of the line to come here, too. This law flooded America with Black and Brown riff-raff. (Only Celler was mentioned by President Johnson when he signed the Hart-Celler Act into law in October 1965, which highlights Celler’s major — as opposed to Hart’s minor — involvement in the creation of the Act. It seems that Celler simply used Hart as a co-sponsor of the bill).

4. The Gun Control Act of 1968 came from Emanuel Celler’s House bill H.R. 17735. It was signed into law by President Johnson on October 22, 1968. It was by far the most heavy-handed gun law ever created in America.

5. The Civil Rights Act of 1968, aka the Fair Housing Act: House bill HR2516 was introduced into Congress by Representative Celler in mid-January 1966. Celler also chaired House subcommittee #5, which considered HR2516 (that subcommittee had jurisdiction over civil-rights bills, giving Celler much leverage in the creation of civil-rights legislation during the 1960s).

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