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« on: October 15, 2020, 09:34:44 pm »
Here Dollymount your HERO DONNY THE USELESS FUCKTARD has never had an original idea in his life including the wall .

Chinese Exclusion Act, formally Immigration Act of 1882, U.S. federal law that was the first and only major federal legislation to explicitly suspend immigration for a specific nationality. The basic exclusion law prohibited Chinese labourers—defined as “both skilled and unskilled laborers and Chinese employed in mining”—from entering the country. Subsequent amendments to the law prevented Chinese labourers who had left the United States from returning. The passage of the act represented the outcome of years of racial hostility and anti-immigrant agitation by white Americans, set the precedent for later restrictions against immigration of other nationalities, and started a new era in which the United States changed from a country that welcomed almost all immigrants to a gatekeeping one.


The Act
The Chinese Exclusion Act was passed by Congress and signed by Pres. Chester A. Arthur in 1882. It lasted for 10 years and was extended for another 10 years by the 1892 Geary Act, which also required that people of Chinese origin carry identification certificates or face deportation. Later measures placed a number of other restrictions on the Chinese, such as limiting their access to bail bonds and allowing entry to only those who were teachers, students, diplomats, and tourists. Congress closed the gate to Chinese immigrants almost entirely by extending the Chinese Exclusion Act for another 10 years in 1902 and making the extension indefinite in 1904.


The Chinese Exclusion Act was repealed in 1943 with the passage of the Magnuson Act, which permitted a quota of 105 Chinese immigrants annually. Various factors contributed to the repeal, such as the quieted anti-Chinese sentiment, the establishment of quota systems for immigrants of other nationalities who had rapidly increased in the United States, and the political consideration that the United States and China were allies in World War II.

Yuning Wu
Causes And Effects
Many scholars explain the institution of the Chinese Exclusion Act and similar laws as a product of the widespread anti-Chinese movement in California in the second half of the 19th century. The Chinese had constituted a significant minority on the West Coast since the middle of the 19th century. Initially, they laboured in gold mines, where they showed a facility for finding gold. As a result, they encountered hostility and were gradually forced to leave the field and move to urban areas such as San Francisco, where they were often confined to performing some of the dirtiest and hardest work. Americans in the West persisted in their stereotyping of the Chinese as degraded, exotic, dangerous, and competitors for jobs and wages. Sen. John F. Miller of California, a proponent of the Chinese Exclusion Act, argued that the Chinese workers were “machine-like…of obtuse nerve, but little affected by heat or cold, wiry, sinewy, with muscles of iron.” Partly in response to that stereotype, organized labour in the West made restricting the influx of Chinese into the United States one of its goals. In other words, the exclusion was the result of a grassroots anti-Chinese sentiment. Other scholars have argued that the exclusion should be blamed on top-down politics rather than a bottom-up movement, explaining that national politicians manipulated white workers to gain an electoral advantage. Still others have adopted a “national racism thesis” that focuses on endemic anti-Chinese racism in early American national culture.

The exclusion laws had dramatic impacts on Chinese immigrants and communities. They significantly decreased the number of Chinese immigrants into the United States and forbade those who left to return. According to the U.S. national census in 1880, there were 105,465 Chinese in the United States, compared with 89,863 by 1900 and 61,639 by 1920. Chinese immigrants were placed under a tremendous amount of government scrutiny and were often denied entry into the country on any possible grounds. In 1910 the Angel Island Immigration Station was established in San Francisco Bay. Upon arrival there a Chinese immigrant could be detained for weeks to years before being granted or denied entry. Chinese communities underwent dramatic changes as well. Families were forced apart, and businesses were closed down. Because of the severe restrictions on female immigrants and the pattern of young men migrating alone, there emerged a largely bachelor society. Under the continuing anti-Chinese pressure, Chinatowns were established in urban cities, where the Chinese could retreat into their own cultural and social colonies.

The excluded Chinese did not passively accept unfair treatment but rather used all types of tools to challenge or circumvent the laws. One such tool was the American judicial system. Despite having come from a country without a litigious tradition, Chinese immigrants learned quickly to use courts as a venue to fight for their rights and won many cases in which ordinances aimed against the Chinese were declared unconstitutional by either the state or federal courts. They were aided in their legal battles by Frederick Bee, a California entrepreneur and attorney who was one of the principal American advocates of the civil rights of Chinese immigrants and who represented many of them in court from 1882 to 1892. They also protested against racial discrimination through other venues, such as the media and petitions.

Some Chinese simply evaded the laws altogether by immigrating illegally. In fact, the phenomenon of illegal immigration became one of the most significant legacies of the Chinese-exclusion era in the United States. Despite the disproportionate time and resources spent by U.S. immigration officials to control Chinese immigration, many Chinese migrated across the borders from Canada and Mexico or used fraudulent identities to enter the country. A common strategy was that of the so-called “paper son” system, in which young Chinese males attempted to enter the United States with purchased identity papers for fictional sons of U.S. citizens (people of Chinese descent who had falsely established the identities of those “sons”). Thus, Chinese exclusion was not only an institution that produced and reinforced a system of racial hierarchy in immigration law, but it was also a process that both immigration officials and immigrants shaped and a realm of power dominance, struggle, and resistance.

The impact of the exclusion laws went beyond restricting, marginalizing, and, ironically, activating the Chinese. It signaled the shift from a previously open immigration policy in the United States to one in which the federal government exerted control over immigrants. Criteria were gradually set regarding which people—in terms of their ethnicity, gender, and class—could be admitted. Immigration patterns, immigration communities, and racial identities and categories were significantly affected. The very definition of what it meant to be an American became more exclusionary. Meanwhile, Chinese-exclusion practices shaped immigration law during that time period. Believing that courts gave too much advantage to the immigrants, the government succeeded in cutting off Chinese access to the courts and gradually transferred administration of Chinese-exclusion laws completely to the Bureau of Immigration, an agency operating free from court scrutiny. By 1910 the enforcement of the exclusion laws had become centralized, systematic, and bureaucratic.

Yuning Wu
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« Reply #1 on: October 15, 2020, 09:47:47 pm »
Hail president Trump America's greatest ever president he is great so he is

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« Reply #2 on: October 15, 2020, 11:18:21 pm »
Dollyer he never had an original thought in his life .Like our Great leader who went on telly telling his betters they were clowns time will catch both of them out .

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« Reply #3 on: October 16, 2020, 12:18:59 am »
Trump is king long live trump

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« Reply #4 on: October 16, 2020, 07:02:15 am »
I hate that auld cunt Palosi.always trying to fukk up the Presidents plans.Hail president Trump America's greatest ever president he is great so he is

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« Reply #5 on: October 16, 2020, 09:03:17 am »
I hate that auld cunt Palosi.always trying to fukk up the Presidents plans.Hail president Trump America's greatest ever president he is great so he is
So is Leo so he is. Meehawl is a prick so he is.

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« Reply #6 on: October 16, 2020, 12:32:26 pm »
I agree so I do

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« Reply #7 on: October 16, 2020, 05:29:29 pm »
Old news.  America has a long & proud history of racism.  They started with the Native Americans, then the African slaves, then the Chinese, then the Japanese & Jewish during WWII, then back to Black people since then.

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« Reply #8 on: October 16, 2020, 07:11:08 pm »
Hail president Trump America's greatest ever president he is great so he is

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« Reply #9 on: October 16, 2020, 07:20:45 pm »
Here erm .yer man charles michel ,the president of the EU didnt he used to read the 9 oclock news on telafish  eirann years ago ?

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« Reply #10 on: October 16, 2020, 07:30:49 pm »
Here erm .yer man charles michel ,the president of the EU didnt he used to read the 9 oclock news on telafish  eirann years ago ?
His fugly daughter is still in our faces at 9pm every fucking night. Can't look at her.

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« Reply #11 on: October 16, 2020, 07:52:07 pm »
 oopsThe world is gone fukin mad ......do they put stickers on apple's to stop yu biting yur nails ...... ::)
Daily I was tinkin bout ya today ....I was in the park trying to peel the stickers off  an apple ( it was one of those annoying ones with 2 stickers on it )wen I looked up an ther was half a dozen  Africans teaching the kids Gaelic football ......
I'm not tellin you a word of a lie .......I've bein speed readin mein kampf ever since  rofl

Wat the fuk is wrong wit this site ....I cant post antin anymore ...it Sayin  I'm timed out .......ffs  ::)
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« Reply #12 on: October 16, 2020, 08:19:24 pm »
Tommys teachin GAA ? I suppose thats how far the Grab All Association has fallen,sure aren't all the culxhies self isolating ,well according to the 6_01-news anyway

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« Reply #13 on: October 16, 2020, 10:16:18 pm »
Tommys teachin GAA ? I suppose thats how far the Grab All Association has fallen,sure aren't all the culxhies self isolating ,well according to the 6_01-news anyway
Only some of the border culchbags are in confinement for now.

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« Reply #14 on: October 16, 2020, 11:56:49 pm »
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