Do you really think that the White House, Barack Obama, or the U.S. Government gives a darn about Asian Americans? If you do, you’re wrong.
As far as the U.S. Government is concerned, Asian Americans (and all other immigrant Americans, except those from Canada or Mexico) are worthless human beings simply taking up space in America and that they don’t count for anything.
Now, you and I know that such an attitude is simply nonsense. Asian Americans helped build this country. In fact, America is a country of immigrants. The only people that aren’t immigrants in America are Native Americans.
But while you may not be aware of it, that is the exact position of the U.S. Government. That Asian American’s are worthless sacks of skin and bones that don’t deserve to live and certainly don’t deserve to be treated equally with non-immigrant Americans (or with immigrants that came to the U.S. from either Canada or Mexico).
Now, as far as I’m concerned, that is wrong. It is about as wrong and unfair and unjust as it can be. And I’ve tried everything I can to try to correct this discrimination problem but I’ve gotten nowhere. So, I’ve taken a very financially dangerous step (because my family is very poor; with a family of 12, we live below the poverty line) and I’ve filed a civil suit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota, for violations of my 14th Amendment rights under the Equal Protection Clause, my 5th Amendment rights under the Due Process Clause, and for violations of 18 USC 241 (Conspiracy Against Rights) and 18 USC 242 (Deprivation Of Rights Under Color Of Law).
Since a member of my family has died as a result of this discrimination, I’ve asked for the maximum penalty allowed under the law and the maximum penalty allowed under the law for violations of 18 USC 242, where such violations result in death, is the death penalty.
I have filed these charges against the following defendants:
Barack Hussein Obama
Alan Stuart Franken
Amy Jean Klobuchar
Jacob Joseph Lew
John Andrew Koskinen
These violations don’t just impact my family. They impact the families of all immigrant Americans, including the families of immigrant Americans right here in the Twin Cities. People that you know. Possibly even yourself. But you just aren’t aware of it.
But I’m all alone in this. I have no lawyer. And I know nothing about trying a case in court. I’ve tried everywhere for help but people, especially the defendants, just don’t care about doing what’s right. I’m asking your paper for help. I need to get this issue (including my lawsuit) into the press. I need the public to hear about it. The only chance I have of winning this case is if I’m able to get the assistance of a lawyer and if I get public opinion on my side. I’ve attached a copy of my civil cover sheet and my civil complaint to this email. Read them for yourself and then make up your own mind.
I also tried to get Governor Dayton to at least fix this discrimination problem within the State of Minnesota, but he turned his back too. When it comes to truly helping their constituents, politicians simply don’t care about the immigrant communities living within their sphere of control.
I’m trying to eliminate this discrimination and force politicians to live up to the oaths of office that they took. If I’m successful, the discrimination that I’ll have forced an end to will make the lives of all immigrants financially easier/better. If I lose, not only will that discrimination not end but my family (Filipinos) will be destroyed. I’m asking for your paper’s help. Cover this story.
Mounds View, Minn.