Source: Tonatierra (http://tonatierra.org)
Office of Detention and Removal Strategic Plan
Detention and Removal Strategy for a Secure Homeland
Policy of the Obama Administration
Immigration, Customs, and Enforcement Department (ICE)
Tupac Enrique Acosta
We, the Peoples: ENDGAME and Arpaio
The issue is public health and safety, and the responsibilities we share collectively in society to support the enforcement of public health and public safety policies that protect us all. We are ALL members of the PUBLIC, whether we possess or do not possess status as citizens or nationals within the REPUBLICS of the NAFTA regime (Canada-US-Mexico). The status of citizenship is a separate issue.
The rights of possession of status before the state are distinct from the exercise of responsibilities and Human Rights that are inherent to all Peoples equally anywhere in the world. The issue of status in terms of citizenship and nationality among the countries currently enjoying international recognition within the UN system and the Organization of American States in North America is relevant in the discussion, formation, and implementation of public health and public safety policy, but it is a separate and distinct issue. This is common sense.
It is common sense to stop at the red light of a traffic intersection. It could be said that this is the common law of public policy planetarily when it comes to the design and enforcement of public safety policies regarding vehicular traffic on public roadways anywhere in the world. It is a global standard of public safety and responsibility.