The big news in the illegal immigration camp is that thousands of young people (ostensibly under the age of 18) from Central and South America are flooding into America’s border states and Obama is calling this an “urgent humanitarian situation”. The federal government’s response to this problem is to hold the illegal immigrants for 72 hours and then try to re-unite them with their families. No, they’re not trying to re-unite them with their families in the countries that they left, rather the feds are actively working to re-unite illegal immigrants with their families already in America. Illegal immigration doesn’t seem to be so illegal anymore with that kind of assistance from the federal government. So long as they say that they’re “doing it for the children” it would seem that they can do no wrong.
Obama is right. This is an urgent humanitarian situation, but it’s not the kind that we’re being led on to believe.
Somewhere in the neighborhood of 47,000 young immigrants have illegally entered America this budget year alone. Just so everyone is clear, the fiscal year started in October. We’re more than halfway through the fiscal year right now so that number will probably be significantly higher come Fiscal Year 2015.
Never mind the cost of housing, caring, relocating, securing and guarding, and feeding these illegal immigrants. What these illegal immigrants are costing us is not the point of the argument, and it’s also a petty argument. There is a better reason to call this an urgent humanitarian crisis, and nobody should be caring about it more than the countries from which these young people have departed.
There were 4,486 American servicemen killed in Iraq between 2003 and 2012. That’s sort of a huge deal. Now think about how many young illegal immigrants have come to America up to this point in the 2014 fiscal year– ~47,000. That’s ten times as many Americans that died during a ten year period in Iraq. To help put this in perspective that would be about the same as 12 American servicemen dying each day for ten years. If we were losing that many servicemen each day in Iraq or Afghanistan you can bet top dollar that we would have stopped those wars so fast that it would make your head spin. That’s why Central and South America should be concerned about their problem of mass emigration.
These illegal immigrants aren’t replacing the numbers of people who died in Iraq, they’re displacing Americans. These invaders cannot replace the numbers of those we have lost in war because they are not a people of our own spirit, culture, and identity. These invaders are not bringing any skills or other measurable benefits with them, but they do bring plenty of diseases and other sicknesses, When somebody comes to our land and wants to be a part of it we do not want or need their skills, identity, or history. The only thing that they can contribute is their blood. When their blood and biological stock cannot be assimilated into the host body without destabilizing the Culture and the People there is no need for them.
More importantly than whether or not these unbounded waves of DREAMers will disrupt American society, which they most certainly will, is whether or not their own countries will have sufficient stock and brains to carry on. This extended and steady movement of people from Central and South America has the possibility of creating a significant generation gap. Does this sound like a ludicrous impossibility to you? If you’ve been keeping tally of the numbers it shouldn’t sound implausible at all. There’s an illegal alien population in of at least 11.5 Million people in America right now.
I don’t know what will happen to these countries that are losing their youth and untold numbers of adults to emigration. Illegal immigration is a problem that we get to deal with, but the host countries should be making laws to restrict illegal emigration.
We know that it’s not a good idea to let culturally and biologically alien people into our own country. We’ve been down that argument before and played it out to death. The one that nobody is talking about is controlling illegally exiting a country, and far as I can tell the losing countries can’t control who comes or goes.
A country should be concerned about losing its youth and young adults to illegal emigration. Societies are made stable by the transfer of knowledge, lifestyles, customs, lore, myth, and legend from the young to the old. The old people aren’t leaving with the young and this doesn’t leave anyone to carry their torch. This doesn’t mean that the young people aren’t learning anything to pass to the next generation, but what they are learning is so far removed from their parents’ heritage that they will be totally alien even to their own people within a single generation. Should those young people try to go home after living their formative years in America they will be as a stranger in a strange land, nor will they be in any better shape to become assimilated Americans.
Who do you think that South and Central America will blame when their society and culture is so sufficiently destabilized that the whole world can see its effects? They’ll blame America. They’d be right to blame us, too. Nobody has been a stronger proponent for open borders, multiculturalism, and globalism than our own elected leaders. When that day comes don’t let them say that we didn’t try to warn them nor that we didn’t try to stop it.
The globalist and cosmopolitan programs that Western powers and Culture Distorters are pushing is to the detriment of all. We should be opposed to illegal immigration because of how it will destabilize our own society and culture. The Central and South American countries should be opposed to emigration because of how it will similarly destabilize their own society and culture. We will lose by trying to assimilate alien outsiders into our own society, and they will lose by having lost a generation of young people to learn their ways.
Our own legislated opposition to illegal immigration is only half of the deal. The countries to our south need to control their own emigration. If not for the sake of stability and the promise of growth during our own lifetimes, then do it for the children.