Latino/Hispanic illegal immigrants and sanctuary cities, and Caribbean, blacks and Asians were sold out by their own city councils members, La Raza, NAACP, and the ACLU read why.

LOOKS LIKE PRESIDENT TRUMP AND NIETO WILL MEET SOON HERE IN THE USA (that was cancelled and Nieto has personal knowledge of below) LETS SEE WHAT HAPPENS AND WITH ALL THE LATIN HUMAN RIGHTS GROUPS AND THESE SENATORS here in the USA who’s been informed by me, and who hasn’t even informed you the illegal immigrants yet.

Look who I sent this to as well all the Latino Hispanic human rights and civil rights activists groups, and who hasn’t even informed you the illegal immigrants yet, and the same goes for all Black and Asian minorities who I’ve informed even the NAACP and the ACLU who has abandon you all the Democrats (demorats) that you supported has abandon you, and now your own people(s) look below at all of California’s city council members .

Re: 37% of 11 million illegal Latino’s living in the USA has a mental health status.

So about 5 million of these illegal Latino’s  are owed 5 million+ each from my ICC trust funds set-up for the 82 million mental health consumers throughout the world regardless if they remain or are deported.             Shit if they get deported they’ll live like Kings in Mexico and abroad, and they can stimulate their Countries economy.

BUT GUESS WHAT with all the Blacks Hispanics/Latino’s and Asians in the USA of that are not illegal immigrants you’ll total to be about 20 25 million that are owed this money as well and don’t get me wrong I am not supporting illegal immigration (I believe in the black letter law), but you are owed “just due compensation”.

Prevalence Rates of Mental Disorders among Different U.S. Population Groups

This table is scrollable by touch on mobile devices.

Population Group Native Status Lifetime Prevalence of Any Psychiatric Disorder Past-Year Prevalence of Any Psychiatric Disorder
Caribbean Blacks Foreign-Born 27.87 16.38
U.S.-Born 30.54 14.79
Latinos Foreign-Born 23.76 13.12
U.S.-Born 36.77 18.57
Asians Foreign-Born 15.16 8.00
U.S.-Born 24.62 13.22
U.S. General Population* All 46.4 26.2

* National Comorbidity Survey-Replication, 2005 theirs a lot more now!

Trump has personal knowledge as well ask him this way he has even more personal knowledge.

 

Entitled helping out the illegal immigrants in the United States of America and this was emailed to Enrique Pena Nieto, La Raza and other Latin Human Rights organizations, and with sanctuary cities and New York City’s Bill de Blasio, Chicago’s Rahm Emanuel and Seattle’s Ed Murray, Providence, Rhode Island, Mayor Jorge Elorza, Newark, New Jersey’s Ras Baraka, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney, and District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser

info@elorzaformayor.com, support@latinoleaders.com, info@nclr.org,

willardimamoto <willardimamoto@gmail.com>
Jan 21 (2 days ago)
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Dear sanctuary cities for illegal immigrants here’s how you can save many of the illegal immigrants from being deported because those having a mental health status are owed multi millions of dollars each  and/or if they are being deported their still owed their just compensations read why (my websites).

 

This is I Willard Max Imamoto CEO HR Genocide Activist Author Inventor

The United Nations and Ban Ki Moon are Defendants in the ICC criminal investigation.

The U.N. and Ban Ki Moon and it’s States Parties with the United States, China, India, Pakistan and Turkey that when the ICC prosecutes the rest of the Defendant Countries Germany, Belgium, France, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Britain, Columbia, Japan, Lebanon, and the Ukraine that are States Parties in the ICC the next prosecutorial steps would be for the U.N. to prosecute the remaining Defendants which are the United States, China, India, Pakistan and Turkey.

As Ban KI Moon is a Defendant in the ICC criminal investigation he faces the Death Penalty plus penalties of 10 million, and look at the other Countries facing a 300+ trillion false claims act beside so many criminal charges…read why their facing the death penalty.

He now plans to be President of South Korea in helping his Country with its turmoil dealing with Democracy.

His Hegemony is aimed at avoiding Prosecution and at the same time trying to fortify the remaining remnants of the Great ERA of Sedition that has created the widespread of the Democracy Delusion with Democratic Unions and in his Country where impeached president Park Geun-hye who has complicated politics for the conservative parties in South Korea.

Poland is having its tensions over democracy’s direction between Poland’s conservative government and the pro-European Union opposition.

Another word’s the Democratic parties of the European Union is being threatened by their own self inflicting corruptions that it is now tearing them apart.

The widespread of the Democracy Delusion created an above the law delusion of grandeur that the Democratic parties worldwide are being rebelled by their own people(s) thus the demise of the Democratic Party.

Impeach Ban Ki Moon he is even more corrupt than Park Guen-hye and your countries ex health minister.

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‘Sanctuary Cities’ Vow to protect immigrants from Trump plan

by The Associated Press

 

Democratic mayors of major U.S. cities that have long had cool relationships with federal immigration officials say they will do all they can to protect residents from deportation, despite President-elect Donald Trump’s vows to withhold potentially millions of dollars in taxpayer money if they do not cooperate.

New York City’s Bill de Blasio, Chicago’s Rahm Emanuel and Seattle’s Ed Murray are among those in “sanctuary cities” that have tried to soothe worried immigrant populations.

“Seattle has always been a welcoming city,” Murray said Monday. “The last thing I want is for us to start turning on our neighbors.” Bottom of Form

In Providence, Rhode Island, Mayor Jorge Elorza, the son of Guatemalan immigrants, said he would continue a longstanding policy of refusing to hold people charged with civil infractions for federal immigration officials. Newark, New Jersey’s Ras Baraka echoed that decision, calling Trump’s rhetoric on immigration “scary.”

Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck told the Los Angeles Times that he’s committed to a longtime policy of staying out of immigration issues. Mayor Eric Garcetti has backed that up but stopped short of calling LA a sanctuary city because the term is “ill-defined.”

Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney restored sanctuary status when he took office in January and said last week the city would protect its residents. District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser also said it would keep the status.

During the campaign, Trump gave a speech in which he promised to “end the sanctuary cities” and said those “that refuse to cooperate with federal authorities will not receive taxpayer dollars.” He blamed such policies for “so many needless deaths.”

Trump didn’t elaborate on his plans for cracking down on the cities. In a “60 Minutes” interview broadcast Sunday, he said his administration’s priority will be deporting criminals and securing the border.

But significant questions — and unease — remain about his approach to sanctuary cities.

There is no legal definition of the term, which is opposed by some immigration advocates who say it does not reflect that people can still be deported.

It generally refers to jurisdictions that don’t cooperate with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. That can mean, for example, that they don’t notify immigration officials when an undocumented immigrant is about to be released from custody.

Some cities, like San Francisco, have long declared themselves safe havens for immigrants, issuing local ID cards to allow them to access government or other services.

The term also been used to refer to cities that bar their employees, including police, from inquiring about a person’s immigration status because crime victims and witnesses might be less likely to talk to investigators if they are worried about being deported.

“We don’t want anybody to be afraid to talk to us,” said Sheriff John Urquhart of Washington’s King County, which includes Seattle.

Because states and cities can’t be required to enforce federal law — and there’s no U.S. requirement that police ask about a person’s immigration status — it’s likely that any Trump effort to crack down on sanctuary cities would focus on those that refuse to comply with ICE requests, said Roy Beck, chief executive of Numbers USA, which wants to see immigration levels reduced.

It’s also unclear what money Trump might pull. For Congress to impose conditions on federal money heading to the states, the conditions must be related to the funding’s purpose, the U.S. Supreme Court has said.

For example, the government threatened to withhold highway funds from any state that failed to adopt a 0.08 blood-alcohol limit: Both the limit and the highway funding were related to road safety.

“If the funding is for improving childhood education, it’s hard to say that’s reasonably related to local law-enforcement cooperation with deportations,” said Mary Fan, a University of Washington law school professor.

However, the U.S. Justice Department’s inspector general looked at some jurisdictions with sanctuary policies earlier this year and concluded some appear to violate a federal law that says state and local governments may not prohibit or restrict workers from sharing information about a person’s immigration status with federal immigration officials.

Having such policies could jeopardize millions of dollars in DOJ grant money the jurisdictions receive, the inspector general’s memo said.

About 300 jurisdictions nationwide have sanctuary-like policies, according to the Center for Immigration Studies, which calls for lower immigration levels.

U.S.-born children of immigrants may have higher risk for Mental Disorders than parents

January 17, 2007 • Science Update

In the first studies to examine the effects of immigration and years of residence on the mental health of Caribbean Black, Latino, and Asian populations in the United States, NIMH-funded researchers found that immigrants in general appear to have lower rates of mental disorders than their U.S.-born counterparts. A special section of the American Journal of Public Health published in January 2007 provides early findings from the National Survey of American Life (NSAL) and the National Latino and Asian American Study (NLAAS) on the prevalence of mental disorders and patterns of mental health service use among minority immigrants and later generations born in the U.S. It is also the first time that comparable studies of nationally representative samples of Caribbean Blacks, Latinos, and Asians have been published together in the same journal.

Overall, immigrants appear to have lower rates of mental disorders than second- or later-generation individuals, as seen in the table below. However, within each group, risks for particular disorders may differ depending on ethnic subgroup, gender, English-language proficiency, years of living in the United States, and age at immigration. For example, Caribbean Black men in the United States had higher risks for mood and anxiety disorders in the past year than African American men. Caribbean Black women had lower past-year and lifetime risks for anxiety and substance abuse disorders compared with African American women. Among the Latino population in the United States, those who reported lower self-ratings of ability to speak, read, and write in English showed a reduced risk for substance use disorders and a lower overall risk for mental disorders. In contrast, Asian men who spoke English well were at lower risk for mental disorders over a lifetime; nativity was the most stable predictor of mental disorders in Asian women, with foreign-born women reporting fewer lifetime cases than U.S.-born women.

Prevalence Rates of Mental Disorders among Different U.S. Population Groups

This table is scrollable by touch on mobile devices.

Population Group Native Status Lifetime Prevalence of Any Psychiatric Disorder Past-Year Prevalence of Any Psychiatric Disorder
Caribbean Blacks Foreign-Born 27.87 16.38
U.S.-Born 30.54 14.79
Latinos Foreign-Born 23.76 13.12
U.S.-Born 36.77 18.57
Asians Foreign-Born 15.16 8.00
U.S.-Born 24.62 13.22
U.S. General Population* All 46.4 26.2

* National Comorbidity Survey-Replication, 2005

Patterns of mental health service use also varied among the different groups, but overall, U.S.-born children and grandchildren of immigrants showed greater service use than immigrants themselves. Among the diverse ethnic subgroups, the researchers also observed differences in patterns of service use according to a variety of ethnic- and immigration-related factors. For example, while Caribbean Blacks and African Americans showed similar mental health service use patterns overall, blacks from the Spanish-speaking Caribbean were more likely to report using specialty mental health services such as psychiatrists, psychologists, or mental health hotlines within the past year than African Americans or blacks of other Caribbean origins. Puerto Ricans reported significantly higher rates of overall mental health service use and specialty service use than all other Latino subgroups; however, foreign-born Latinos and those who spoke primarily Spanish, while much less likely to seek specialty services, used general medical services for mental health issues at comparable rates to other Latinos, suggesting lower recognition of psychiatric problems among these populations. While Asian Americans in general showed low rates of help-seeking, children of Asian immigrants, or second-generation individuals, showed more similar patterns of service use to immigrants than to third-generation individuals, who showed patterns comparable to the general population.

Both the NSAL and NLAAS were part of the NIMH-supported Collaborative Psychiatric Epidemiological Survey (CPES) program, which also included the National Comorbidity Survey Replication. Together, these national surveys provide improved data on the mental health of racial and ethnic minorities living in the United States. The relative lack of this type of information in the past has created a barrier to service for immigrants and subsequent generations. Further research like the CPES studies that increases the understanding of mental health risks and service use among different population groups is critical for developing programs and services that meet the specific needs of these populations and may help reduce current health care disparities.

It’s likely somewhere between 10% and 15%.  Total US Hispanic population is around 50 million at present.  Dr. Jeffrey Passel of the Pew Center is the national authority on unauthorized immigrant counts, and he puts the 2013 numbers as 11.1 million, down from 12 million  when Obama first took the oath of office, at which time the number unauthorized immigrants reached its peak in the US. (There’s a reason so many Hispanics are angry at BOTH Pres. Obama and House Republicans right now.)  However, undocumented immigration comes from many places, not just Latin America, so if you guess at a range of half of unauthorized immigrants being from Latin America, that would be about 10% of the present US Hispanic population. Adjust from there based on your own subjective reasoning.

37% of 11 million illegal latino’s living in the USA has a mental health status.

So about 5 million of these illegal latino’s  are owed 5 million+ each from my ICC trust funds set-up for the 82 million mental health consumers throughout the world regardless if they remain or are deported.    Shit if they get deported they’ll live like Kings in Mexico and abroad, and they can stimulate their Countries economy.

 

LOOKS LIKE PRESIDENT TRUMP AND NIETO WILL MEET SOON HERE IN THE USA LETS SEE WHAT HAPPENS AND WITH ALL THE LATIN HUMAN RIGHTS GROUPS AND THESE SENATORS who’s been informed by me, and who hasn’t even informed these illegal immigrants yet.

Look who I sent this to as well all the latino Hispanic human rights and civil rights activists groups, and who hasn’t even informed these illegal immigrants yet.

 

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news@nclr.org or Gabriela Gomez at (202) 776-1732.

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Willard Imamoto

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Willard Imamoto

CEO HR Genocide Activist Author Inventor

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Willard Imamoto Genocide Activist Author Inventor

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Gentlemen answers to sanctuary cities

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Willard Imamoto

CEO HR Genocide Activist Author Inventor

Enrique Chaurand
echaurand@nclr.org

tuary cities

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Thank you for your email. I am out of the office on business travel until Friday, January 27th.  I will have limited access to email or voicemail. I will get back to you soon as soon as I am able.

 

Thank you,

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Jan 25 (1 day ago)
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Yes thank you and you’ll love reading this genuine issues of material facts.

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