Gee whillikers, that's amazing! Did they say what convinced them?
I'm honestly glad to hear it, even if only as a barometer of how our cause is faring in terms of popular support and "profile". Do I recall correctly that Hillary said this about a year ago, and then later then asserted the opposite?
I guess that's impossible -- it would make three major tergiversations in short order by a politician! [img]smileys/smiley2.gif[/img]
What to believe in an age of systemized mendacity? This is from April 4.
URGENT: Immigration roundups!! Immediate response required! Please phone,
fax, and email the Minister of Immigration TODAY!
In a move that broke major headlines last week, Canadian Border Services
Agency (CBSA) closed Dufferin Mall in <CITY w:st="on">Toronto</PLACE></CITY> last Sunday and demanded
shoppers produce status papers as buses waited outside to detain and
deport those who could not produce papers. This racist attack targeted
primarily Latin Americans and is part of a mass deportation in <CITY w:st="on">Toronto</PLACE></CITY>
carried out by Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) and Citizenship and
Immigration Canada (CIC) over the past few weeks. Deportees were flown out
on two airplanes in the past two weeks.
Last Monday, agents of the CBSA harassed passersby downtown in a primarily
Portuguese and Latin American Toronto neighborhood, demanding status
documents. A report in the Toronto Star reports that “as many as 100
Portuguese households in the <CITY w:st="on">Toronto</PLACE></CITY> area will be receiving deportation
orders in the coming weeks.”
WHERE IS IT?
1. If you migrate to this county, you must speak the native language.
2. You have to be a professional or an investor. No unskilledworkers allowed.
3. There will be no special bilingual programs in the schools, nospecial ballots for elections, all government business will beconducted in our language.
4. Foreigners will NOT have the right to vote no matter how longthey are here.
5. Foreigners will NEVER be able to hold political office.
6. Foreigners will not be a burden to the taxpayers. No welfare,no food stamps, no health care, or other government assistance programs.
7. Foreigners can invest in this country, but it must be an amountequal to 40,000 times the daily minimum wage.
8. If foreigners do come and want to buy land that will be okay,BUT options will be restricted. You are not allowed waterfront property. Thatis reserved for citizens naturally born into this country.
9. Foreigners may not protest; no demonstrations, no waving aforeign flag, no political organizing, no bad-mouthing our president or hispolicies, if you do you will be sent home.
10. If you do come to this country illegally, you will be hunteddown and sent straight to jail.
Harsh, you say? The above happen to be the immigration laws of <?:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-comffice:smarttags" /><ST1:COUNTRY-REGIoN w:st="on"><ST1:PLACE w:st="on">Mexico</ST1:PLACE></ST1:COUNTRY-REGIoN>!
LATER. This, though technically anonymous, also has the ring of authenticity about it.
<H3 =post-title>So what's it like on the other side of where the wall is going? </H3>
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From: Col XXXXXXX USMC (Ret)
Subject: American working in Mexico
Received the following from "Tom" who was a Director with SW BELL in Mexico City.
"You remember I spent five years working in Mexico.
I worked under a tourist Visa for three months and could legally renew it for three more months. After that you were working Illegally.
I was technically illegal for three weeks waiting on the FM3 approval During that six months our Mexican and US Attorneys were working to secure a permanent work visa called a FM3.
It was in addition to my US passport that I had to show each time I entered and left the country. Barbara's was the same except hers did not permit her to work.
To apply for the FM3 I needed to submit the following notarized originals> (not copies) of my:
1. Birth certificate for Barbara and I.
2. Marriage certificate.
3. High school transcripts and proof of graduation.
4. College transcripts for every college I attended and proof of graduation.
5. Two letters of recommendation from supervisors I had worked for at least one year.
6. A letter from The ST. Louis Chief of Police indication I had no arrest record in the US and no outstanding warrants and was "a citizen in good standing."
7. Finally; I had to write a letter about myself that clearly stated why there was no Mexican Citizen with my skills and why my skills were important to Mexico. We called it our "I am the greatest person on Earth" letter.
It was fun to write.
All of the above were in English that had to be translated into Spanish and be certified as legal translations and our signatures notarized. It produced a folder about 1.5 inches thick with English on the left side and Spanish on the right.
Once they were completed Barbara and I spent about five hours accompanied by a Mexican Attorney touring Mexican Government office locations and being photographed and fingerprinted at least three times
at each location and we remember at least four locations we instructed on Mexican tax, labor, housing, and criminal law and that we were required to obey their laws or face the consequences.
We could not protest any of the Governments actions or we would be committing a felony.
We paid out four thousand dollars in fees and bribes to complete the process. When this was done we could legally bring in our household goods that were held by US customs in Loredo Texas. This meant we had rented furniture in Mexico while awaiting our goods. There were extensive fees involved here that the company paid. We could not buy a home and were required to rent at very high rates and under contract and compliance with Mexican law.
We were required to get a Mexican drivers license. This was an amazing process. The company arranged for the Licensing agency to come to our Headquarters location with their photography and finger print equipment and the laminating machine. We showed our US license, were photographed and fingerprinted again and issued the license instantly after paying out a six dollar fee. We did not take a written or driving test and never received instructions on the rules of the road.
Our only instruction was never give a policeman your license if stopped and asked. We were instructed to hold it
against the inside window away from his grasp. If he got his hands on it you would have to pay ransom to get it back.
We then had to pay and file Mexican income tax annually using the number of our FM3 as our ID number. The companies Mexican accountants did this for us and we just signed what they prepared. I was about twenty legal size pages annually.
The FM 3 was good for three years and renewable for two more after paying> more fees. Leaving the country meant turning in the FM# and certifying we were leaving no debts behind and no outstanding legal affairs (warrants, tickets or liens) before our household goods were released to customs.
It was a real adventure and If any of our Senators or Congressman went through it once they would have a different attitude toward Mexico.
The Mexican Government uses its vast military and police forces to keep its citizens intimidated and compliant. They never protest at their White house or government offices but do protest daily in front of the United States Embassy.
The US embassy looks like a strongly reinforced fortress and during most protests the Mexican Military surround the block with their men standing shoulder to shoulder in full riot gear to protect the Embassy. These protests are never shown on US or Mexican TV. There is a large public park across the street where they do their protesting. Anything can cause a protest such as proposed law changes in California or Texas.
Please feel free to share this with everyone who thinks we are being hard on illegal immigrants."</DIV>
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Mexico could be heading for a new Revolution and with the elites of both countries using the USA for a safety value for years the chaos could spread to the USA. . Many forces are coming together in Latin American leading to unrest and revolution including race wars. And these are the people the “U.S.” elites have been importing into the USA in order to keep Latin America somewhat more stable and line their pockets. Of course, the strategy merely moves the instability from one country to another. And even with all the mass importation of people into the USA Latin America is still becoming unstable. With tens of millions of potential terrorists or enemy combatants having been imported, the chaos and war could easily spread to the USA.
Interesting report here on the fact that 23 out of 30 Southern senators voted against the Immigration reform bill that passed 62 to 36. Over 63% of the no votes came from the South. Is as the letter writer asserts there is still a ting of honor in them, or are they still scared enough of the White Southern voters not to cross them on that issue or is something else involved?
This is just part and parcel of Southern life, even after everything Dixie has been through under foreign oppression and homegrown knaves. In this instance I fear the politicians merely listened to the people -- sadly (and outrageously) the former have no scruplesleft to their own devices, but have a palpably more nationalistic constituency than other places and are even aware of it. Thank God!
League of the South leaders and others have tallied the many statistical and cultural ways in which the South would be excitingly, amazingly, dazzlingly close to the America of our dreams if it were suddenly transformed into a separate nation today, even after everything Dixie has been through under foreign oppression and homegrown knaves. Of course, in terms of sheer cynical economic numbers, an independent Texas (per se) would be one of the world's notable nations -- If I recall correctly, ona par with lots of European countries.
LATER. Phyllis Schlafly weighs in as only she can. I'm sure she sees the painfully obvious truth that W is a communist bent on destroying America and the world. Why doesn't everybody?......... Hey, if evne the numskull Heritage Foundation sees a problem, help must be on the way.
No source here, alas -- Eagle Forum seems to have lost its web address, hopefully temporarily.
<DIV>> Why Is Bush So Stubborn? -- Phyllis Schlafly May 31, 2006 column.</DIV>
<DIV>>As President Bush's poll numbers drop dramatically even among his base, the question most frequently asked by angry Republicans is, why, oh why, is Bush so stubbornly rejecting the advice of his supporters even though that advice is consistent with the thunderous message from public opinion surveys? The reliable *Rasmussen survey*, for example, reports that by a 63 percent to 19 percent margin, voters want legislation that controls the borders before trying to change the status of illegal aliens.</DIV>
<DIV>> Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger encapsuled the typical reaction to Bush's televised speech: "I have not heard the president say that our objective is to secure the borders no matter what it takes. That's what I want to hear." </DIV>
<DIV>> Bush's dogmatic statement that we can't stop aliens from illegally entering our country unless legislation is packaged "together" with a guest-worker program is a non sequitur, nonsense, and untrue. So what gives?</DIV>
<DIV>> Grassroots Republicans are speculating about explanations for Bush's behavior: (a) Bush prides himself on being a man of his word and he gave his word to Vicente Fox that he would never stop the migration of Mexicans into the United States; (b) Bush made a faustian bargain with the big-money guys who raised more political money in 2000 than all other Republicans combined in order to nominate and elect him president; (c) Bush is a globalist at heart and wants to carry out his father's oft-repeated ambition of a "new world order"; (d) Bush meant what he said, at Waco in March 2005, when he announced his plan to convert the United States into a "Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America" by erasing our borders with Canada and Mexico.</DIV>
<DIV>> Bush's guest-worker proposal would turn the United States into a boarding house for the world's poor, enable employers to import an unlimited number of "willing workers" at foreign wage-levels, and wipe out what's left of the American middle class. </DIV>
<DIV>> Bush lives in a House well protected by a fence and security guards (and he associates with rich people who live in gated communities). Yet for five years he has refused to protect the property and children of ordinary Arizona citizens from trespassers and criminals.</DIV>
<DIV>> Much attention has been paid to Bush's proposal to legalize the illegals currently in the United States (estimated at 10 to 20 million). Despite his denial of the A word, friends and foes alike recognize this as amnesty.</DIV>
<DIV>> However, amnesty for 10 to 20 million is almost a drop in the bucket compared to the mammoth legalization of immigrants hiding under the deceitful words "temporary" and "guest-worker." Those words are lies because the workers are not temporary and not guests.</DIV>
<DIV>> We are indebted to the Heritage Foundation for its *stunning report* proving that the so-called 614-page "compromise" *bill* just passed by the Senate is a stealth open borders bill that would import into our country permanently and put on the path to citizenship at least 66 million people, with the actual number rising to at least twice that number when they bring in their relatives. Every category of legal immigration will be quadrupled or quintupled, and the racket called family chain migration will be dramatically expanded.</DIV>
<DIV>> The so-called temporary workers in their fourth year will get the right to remain in the United States permanently if they have learned English OR are enrolled in an English class, and after five years will get the right to become a U.S. citizen who can vote in U.S. elections. At the same time, the guest worker's spouse and children, without any numeric limits, will get legal permanent residence and citizenship.</DIV>
<DIV>> After the so-called temporaries and their spouses become citizens, they acquire the right to bring in their parents as permanent residents on the path to citizenship. Siblings and adult children and their families will be given preference in future admissions.<X-TAB></X-TAB></DIV>
<DIV>> In the words of the author of the Heritage report, Robert Rector, this is "the most monumental bill ever considered" and its mindboggling costs would be the largest-ever expansion of taxpayer-paid social benefits. Adding these millions to Medicaid, and adding their parents to Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits, will become staggering entitlement costs. </DIV>
<DIV>> The Senate bill would make 25 percent of our population foreign born within 20 years (most of them high school dropouts), and the United States as we know it would no longer exist. It is impossible in so short a time to assimilate a hundred million people whose native culture does not respect the Rule of Law, self-government, private property, or the sanctity of contracts, and where they are accustomed to an economy based on bribery and controlled by a small, rich ruling class that keeps most of the people in dire poverty.</DIV>
<DIV>> Further reading: Amnesty</DIV>
<DIV>> *Read this column online.*</DIV>
<DIV>> Eagle Forum</DIV>
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The health issue -- again. Gee, duh, to think that importing third world nations also means importing their diseases! Wonder why nobody thought of that!
And to think that the marvelously progressive and tolerant state of Massachusetts is leading the way in redressing this "issue"! Send in the UN troops!
This via a jolly good looking website, PHXNEWS.COM. Anybody heard of it?
Illegals' presence deepens health concerns in food industry
Public health worries about illegal immigrants are reaching beyond hospitals and emergency rooms and could hit home in the restaurant and food-service sectors.
Undocumented immigrants are prevalent in the food-service industry, filling lower-paying, labor-intensive jobs such as bus boys, waiters, cooks, meat-cutters and food handlers.
That raises public health concerns among some lawmakers, including Scottsdale Congressman J.D. Hayworth and medical experts, because undocumented migrant workers often come from countries and regions with higher communicable disease rates.
Studies by the National Institutes of Health and articles in various medical journals point to higher rates of tuberculosis, malaria, blood disorders and other diseases in Mexican border regions and other Third World countries than in the U.S., where some of these diseases are rare or nonexistent.
Some cities in other states, including Massachusetts, have started cracking down on restaurants that hire illegals, citing not only violation of federal employment laws, but also public health protections.
There are about 12.5 million restaurant workers in the U.S and more than 200,000 food-service and restaurant workers in Arizona, according to industry associations.
The U.S. Department of Labor estimates there are 1.6 million foreign-born and immigrant workers in the food service and restaurant sectors nationally.
"They are a substantial portion of our work force," said Steve Chucri, president of the Arizona Restaurant & Hospitality Association.
David Ludwig, environmental health manager at the Maricopa County Department of Environmental Services, said the restaurant industry is required to train all of its workers on health code rules and practices after they are on the job 30 days, but the sector struggles with high turnover.
The county agency, which regulates and inspects restaurants and food-service operations, does not track the relationship between immigration status and health code violations.
Restaurants periodically are inspected by county health officials to make sure they are abiding by food handling and safety regulations. Violations often include having unlicensed workers and food managers, evidence of rodents or insects and operations without proper permits.
Ludwig said food-service safety and regulations classes are given in English, Spanish and a number of other languages. The key is for immigrants and other workers to be adequately trained and for restaurants to have licensed managers on the premises to make sure new workers follow health code rules and don't show up to work when they are sick.
The county agency also cracks down on unlicensed mobile food carts often operated in Latino neighborhoods by Hispanic entrepreneurs, some undocumented workers and some U.S. citizens, Ludwig said........
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The whities in that article linked today -- are they not a perfect paragon of what's wrong?
<H1>Changes in Orange bring exodus</H1>
<H2>Longtime neighbors in Orange, wearied by crowding and new cultures, decide to leave.</H2>
Ah, they say the "right" things and do the "right" things, with one minor exception -- they fail to acknowledge any awareness of the larger picture at all. (Or did the newspaper merely censor it?) They hate what's happening, they know it's wrong, they're moving to an "American" neighborhood....... but what happens wheneverywhere isMexified, because people like these beautiful soccer moms and dads refuse to stand up and f-i-g-h-t for anything whatsoever?
Edited by: nelson
Against just the Mestizos invaders the Whites could make a stand but corrupt governments and businesses and terror tactics and all the non-whites strategic withdrawal becomes the best strategy. Reading the article it looks like the White residents tried to get the zoning enforced but the government didn’t enforce it against the Mestizos. They could have fought in every way short of physical force and nothing would have worked, so to protect themselves and their families from the Mestizos violence they had to move to White areas. The Mestizos’ invasion and ethic cleaning campaign would not work without the support of the oligarchy. We both know that the South has fought and fought against the oligarchy and has only succeeded in slowing them down, and the South has a long history of firm resistance to draw upon so in areas where the non-white invasion is new I do not think we can blame them for a strategic withdrawal. Basically, what the White race is doing is coming together to make a stand when the time is right!
Here is an article about the violence in Latin American that the oligarchy is importing into the USA. http://service.spiegel.de/cache/inte...spiegel/0,1518 ,417450,00.html This is the “BLESSING” of multiculturalism that the oligarchy wants to bring to the USA. Even in those Latin American countries the law and order control that the government have is based on their Whites. The slums are most likely areas where non-whites dominate though the big gang boss may or may not be White the overall area is controlled by non-whites and they are, probably, a lot more the unofficial government in those areas. The breakdown in law and order is often merely the assertion of another racial group of their control of an area. Gangs maybe simply be the first stage of a breakup along racial lines. In many cases some of these gangs could be called militias that control areas where government control has been lost.
Originally Posted by VikingCelt
Since the immigrant street protest this April public opinion has moved hugely.
At the pizzaria three middle aged white women, each at their own tables,were watching FOX (neo-con) news of the protest. The blond up front was glancing at the monitor while alternating grabing mouthfulls. About everytime the blond looked up she shook her head.
The other two ladies were at tables opposite each other and got into an animated conversation as they watched.
Later at my house closing (I just sold it to be able to move from Florida in a hurry if need be) the 50ish bank lady, with the slightest proding, launched into a 3 minute diatribe about illegals. One thing she said was "At first I was afraid I was beginning to have feelings like a bigot, but then I thought, enough is enough."
A week or so later I asked my 70 year old sister what she thought of the Mexican demonstrations. "It's something that has been building and building for years and no one did anything about it and now they are being forced to."
Shirley had frowned on my supporting Buchanan in 1996, so thiswas the 180 I'd expected after hearing what the other sheeple where beginning to say on the street.
The sheeple are good an necessary members of society. Usually. Shortly before his death in 2002 Dr. Willian Pierce wrote that he'd wondered for years how it was that a system of human tribal organization could come about that has most members desperately seeking to be politically correct when that quest has lead us into such a disaster.
Pierce said that he had come to the conclusion that the "wet finger in the wind" attitude of the masses is necessary to maintain a cohesive society. If everyone where independant thinkers all 200 million Euro Americans would be constantly off in different directions.
Since the same idea had finally occurred to me in late 2001 I see Pierce and myself as having independantly stumbled on the same truth.
Finally now the sheeple are beginning to turn. All is well and it is a lot easier to be philosophical about the vast amount of work ahead of us, now that I understand that, most of the time, the herd instinct is neccesary.[img]smileys/smiley32.gif[/img]
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a people who abuse their xenophobes will meet the same fate as a man who abuses his immune system
Hello Streinikov! Welcome to the Forum
Your post is excellent. More, please!
Your xenophobe friend, Realgeorge
A letter to Vdare the writer tells how Mexicans are being pushed up the ”legal” immigration list while Europeans are being made to wait longer. http://www.vdare.com/letters/tl_061706.htm#b1 Sounds like our government wants to import non-whites and not Whites. Thought there were a couple of non-white countries pushed back so Mexicans could get into the USA faster. The odds are exception will be far more common for the non-whites to the rules than for the Whites.
Basically, the elites want to bring in more non-whites and keep the Whites out! In reality, even though many of the people opposing immigration will deny it, the real debate is on weather more non-whites will be imported into the USA or not. Bluntly put, we could let in about as many Whites as wanted to come to the USA and not have any major problems, and things would improve if we removed the non-whites.
I expect we will have immigration restrictions soon after Bush leaves office.
If we don't then there's a 60% chance of civil warwithin the next 10 years or sooner.
The country is divided by race, cultural issues and increasing wealth concentration.
I can give you 15 or 16 signs of coming civil war from reading past history.
"In the English speaking world there has been a revoluton every couple of centuries or less for the last thousand years, with a total over throw of the political system and complete redristribution of political power always accompanied by violence or the threat of violence and usually accompanied by massive violence."
Crain Brenton, "The Anatomy of Revolution" 1962.
Here is one of those signs, the elites talking about revolution as Brenton noted.
THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP
HOST: JOHN MCLAUGHLIN
JOINED BY: TONY BLANKLEY, PATRICK BUCHANAN, ELEANOR CLIFT AND LAWRENCE O'DONNELL
TAPED: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2004
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……….which is going to produce a serious discussion of secession over the next 20 years, is that the segment of the country that pays for the federal government is now being governed by the people who don't pay for the federal government.
MR. BLANKLEY: Did you say secession?
MR. BUCHANAN: (Laughs.)
MR. O'DONNELL: Yes, yes.
MR. BLANKLEY: Are you calling for civil war?
MR. O'DONNELL: Ninety -- not war; you can secede without firing a shot.
MR. BLANKLEY: Not if you have a <?:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-comffice:smarttags" /><st1lace w:st="on"><st1:City w:st="on">Lincoln</st1:City></st1lace> in the White House.
MR. BUCHANAN: Well, we would win this time.
MS. CLIFT: There is geographical division, but you've got a lot of groups, demographic groups, pitted against each other.
MR. MCLAUGHLIN: Exactly.
MS. CLIFT: The president has primarily white men, he has rural voters, and he has the religious right --
MR. MCLAUGHLIN: Let's take a look at the map --
MR. BLANKLEY: And he has the Hispanic voters now.
MR. BUCHANAN: And married women --
MS. CLIFT: And the Democrats have single women, minorities and young people.
MS. CLIFT: Well, this is the one area where Bush can very cleanly deliver to these voters who supported him. And he did not answer the question in the debate whether he approved of the overturning of Roe v. Wade. He dodged that question. And by having probably three appointments over the next three -- four years, he will put in place a Bush court that we will be talking about a generation from now. And I think that it will move to the right. Whether it will go so far as to overturn Roe v. Wade, which --
MR. MCLAUGHLIN: Do you think --
MS. CLIFT: -- has been settled law for over 30 years, if they did that, they would trigger a revolution in this country that would finally respond to Pat Buchanan.
MR. BUCHANAN: This is where the war comes, John. All right, this is where the war comes. Eleanor's right. This is where the war is really going to come....
a people who abuse their xenophobes will meet the same fate as a man who abuses his immune system
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<TD align=middle colSpan=2>Foreign Language Ballots Cause a Rebellion</TD></TR>
<TD>July 5, 2006</TD>
<TD align=right>by Phyllis Schlafly</TD></TR>
<TD colSpan=2>The Washington Establishment is shocked at the discovery that Americans don't like the idea of the federal government forcing local governments to provide foreign language ballots. That's one more indication of how out of touch our leaders are with grassroots America.
For many months, the Establishment had planned a legislative coup to reauthorize the Voting Rights Act for a whopping 25 years (even though it isn't due to expire until 2007). Passage had been confidently announced on May 2 in a bipartisan photo-op news conference on the Capitol steps.
The media were on board. The President was in sync. No need, the powers-that-be thought, to have hearings or public debate.
No need, even, to allow Members of Congress to offer amendments to the bill. So the Rules Committee, exercising its presumed wisdom, ruled against such impertinence.
The Washington Post described the reaction as a "GOP rebellion" that surprised people with its "intensity." Those of us in the hinterland are not surprised by the intensity of feeling on this subject, but we are pleasantly encouraged that Republican Members had the gumption to stage a rebellion..........
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One from the vaults, but truer today than when Sam Francis wrote it.
Despite the fact that everything we propse is treated as rankest heresy and sheerest novelty by the establishment, all we are doing is calling for basiccommon sense to be applied to politics.
Basic, I said -- very basic. Liberals are sostupid they just make a beeline for whatever policy is the most freakishly insane. 42 years since the rules changed in '65 it it never occurs to them that third world countries need people, too, just like WE do!
Immigration depopulates Mexico and overpopulates America</font>
FOR RELEASE Tuesday, June 26, 2001 </font></font>
The biggest problem for the not-very-bustling metropolis of Casa Blanca, Mexico, is, according to a recent story in the New York Times, whether it is going to exist in the near future. "The question we always ask," says one of its dwindling and aging residents, "is, 'Will our community survive?' We are running out of people." </font></font>
That, of course, doesn't mean that the Mexican birth rate is falling.
What it means is that too many Mexicans are bidding adios to their homeland and heading for the greener side of the border in El Norte -- the United States. And like everything else bad that happens to Mexico and other Third World utopias-that-might-have-been, it's all the fault of El Gringo. </font></font>
As the New York Times explains, Mexicans for many years have tracked back and forth across the border to find work, welfare and money in the United States and to fetch the swag back to the locals. But now, "Migration experts say that with a growing United States law enforcement presence on the border, illegal crossings have become so difficult -- and even deadly -- that many migrants and their families settle permanently in the United States, rather than to risk a repeated crossing." </font></font>
If only we were kind enough not to enforce our border laws and just let anyone cross who wanted to, then the depopulation of central Mexico wouldn't be happening. It never occurs to the Times, let alone the Mexicans, that if they stayed in their own country where they belong, the depopulation wouldn't be happening either. </font></font>
Nor does it occur to the Mexican government, which is insistent on
pushing more and more of its own people out of their own country and into ours. The Times again explains why, at least in part: </font></font>
"Migration is a multibillion dollar venture for Mexico. Immigrants send home an estimated $6.3 billion each year. That money -- the nation's third largest source of income, behind oil and tourism -- has not only provided relatives money for food, clothing and medicine. Migrants also pooled their money and filled in for strapped or corrupt local governments by supporting public works projects that ranged from paving streets and installing potable water systems to refurbishing churches and furnishing classrooms with computers"..................... </font></font>
LATER, from homepage.</span> Who can deny this is aplot to totally submerge true Americans with untold scores of millions of the least compatible people possible? </span>
http://www.alertnet.org/thenews/newsdesk/N17285128.htmUS to take 10,000 Burundian refugees from Tanzania</font>WASHINGTON, Oct 17 (Reuters) - The United States plans to take in about 10,000 Burundian refugees -- many of whom fled their landlocked Central African nation as far back as 1972 -- from Tanzania, the U.S. State Department said on Tuesday.
"We are planning to offer permanent resettlement to a group of Burundian refugees who've been in western camps in Tanzania," State Department spokesman Tom Casey told reporters, saying an estimated 10,000 people would be offered residence.
Burundi has been plagued by civil strife since it achieved independence from Belgium in 1962. Thousands of Burundians from the Hutu majority fled ethnic massacres by the powerful Tutsi minority in 1972.
Hundreds of thousands more Burundians fled to neighboring countries during a 12-year civil war that killed roughly 300,000 people before it ended last year with a U.N.-backed peace agreement.
Casey said the United States agreed to taken in the refugees at the request of the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees. Washington received the request within the last year, he said.
A UNHCR spokesman said the agency seeks to help refugees return to their original country or to integrate into the communities where they have fled. If neither is possible, it looks to resettle them in third countries.
"This group felt that they were unable or unwilling to return," said UNHCR spokesman Tim Irwin. Local integration also was not an option, he said, leading to the decision to seek permanent homes for them elsewhere.
He said the group had become known as the 1972 Burundians -- referring to the year they left the country -- and that many were born in Tanzania and had no direct experience of Burundi.
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How does the scientific principle go, for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Even with the third world high birth rate after a critical mass of people leaving or dying is reached the third world population will fall. Which means that if parts of Mexico are starting to depopulate the number of people coming to the USA from Mexico might be larger than expected.
It shows the disaster that is coming to the USA but look at the bright side they (the Mestizos and Latin American Indians) have somewhere to go when the U.S. starts falling apart and the White nationalist regain control of their nations.
A big Mexican oil field maybe in trouble and that could lead to more immigration. Oil production in fields from time to time runs out even in the deep oil theory if you pump faster than it can be replenish and in the peak oil theory doesn’t replenish so if oil production falls money stops going into the Mexican economy so it can’t support its’ people so to the USA they head. Add on to this the election dispute in Mexico. http://www.rense.com/general73/apal.htm The USA has used its’ ability to support a larger population to act as a pressure value for third world countries that would explode in revolutionary violence if they didn’t get their population lowered. The problem is the USA has important these non-whites who are negatives to the economy and must be supported by the Whites who than have to have fewer children so soon may not be enough Whites in the USA to support the non-whites. The USA has been taking the pressure off third world countries by absorbing many of their worst non-whites this has helped keep many Oligarchies in power in the third world but the pressure has not been relieved just transferred from a third world country to the USA which is rapidly approaching its’ breaking point.
The claim is that they could not do the job as fast without hiring immigrants. Let’s face some basic facts White Americans have done the work before these non-white illegals came, they are still doing the work when employers will hire them, and Whites will continue to do the work long after these non-whites conclude that manual labor is beneath them.
These illegal aliens complain that their employers don’t always pay them. Why should that surprise anyone after all these employers iniquitous behavior in hiring illegal why would they stop with only breaking one law just think how much more money these employers can make if they don’t pay their illegal workers! If these businessmen were honest businessmen they won’t be hiring illegals.
Who did the work before the illegals came here? Who still does the work in places of the U.S. where our Mexican friends have yet to invade? The line that Third World immigrants "do the work whites won't do" is one of the system's biggest lies.
Editor, The Nationalist Times, Voice of the Real America since 1985
I find itvery informative that they have to constantly import more and more non-whites to do jobs that Whites have done for generations until the powers that be decide that they wouldn’t hire Whites to do certain jobs if they could have non-whites. Interesting part is that non-whites may do the jobs when they first arrive usually not nearly as well as a White but the non-whites are a lot cheaper, and some customer is the one stuck with the substandard work, but after a short time in this country many of these non-whites learn how to live off welfare and crime assuming they just don’t start out doing that, so more non-whites must be imported for cheap labor. But the old non-whites stay and live off welfare and crime!