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The Statue of
Liberty is a monument dedicated to freedom and liberty. She never meant that foreigners have the right to violate America's immigration laws.
Statue of Liberty
Statue of Liberty does not mean illegal aliens have the right to break US immigration law.
The Statue of Liberty is a monument dedicated to freedom and liberty.
She never meant that foreigners have the right to violate America's immigration laws.
Statue of Liberty does not mean illegal aliens have the right to break US immigration law.




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STATUE OF LIBERTY


Free Lady Liberty Petition

TAKE DOWN THE POEM!!

RESTORE LADY LIBERTY TO HER TRUE AMERICAN HERITAGE!!

The "New Colossus" poem has distorted the true meaning of the Statue of Liberty which is "Liberty Enlightening the World."
The meaning of the poem to many is, "Hey, move to America because borders are racist and meaningless."
Enough of the liberal, globalist lies. America first! Take Down the Poem!

The Statue of Liberty was erected in 1886, when world population was little more than one billion and the U.S. population was 60 million. Many do not realize that the Statue of Liberty was a gift to the U.S. from France, with the title, "Liberty Enlightening the World". The statue and its symbolism had nothing to do with immigration, but rather hope that the rest of the world would adopt Democracy. The Emma Lazurus plaque (it is not chiseled in the base), "send me your huddled masses" was added ten years later during the immigration peak of that age.
 
The sonnet, "New Colossus", was written by Emma Lazarus in 1883 as part of a literary campaign to raise funds for the completion of the Statue's pedestal. Not much attention was paid to it until the tide of immigration surged at the turn of the century. Proceeds that were raised from its auction were used to complete the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty. This plaque memorialized the sonnet in 1903 and was placed on the inner wall of the Statue's pedestal. It currently is displayed inside the Statue of Liberty museum.
 
Since then, U.S. population has expanded by 4 1/2 times. The U.S. is the world's highest-consuming (and most wasteful) nation, and is no longer in need of settlement.

The "New Colossus" poem has distorted the true meaning of the Statue of Liberty which is "Liberty Enlightening the World." The meaning of the poem to many is, "Hey, move to America because borders are racist and meaningless." Enough of the liberal, globalist lies. Americans first! Take Down the Poem!

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