• Randy

Is immigration a problem that can't be solved?

I find it fascinating that we have so much bickering over our immigration laws and security of our border.  Consider this.  Illegal immigration is a system of unchecked and unregulated entry into a county by people given no expectations to assimilate and understand laws and customs of the country they enter.   They don’t understand the people and customs of this country so they create and gather in communities of their own, thus creating a subculture outside the one they live in.  No one under these conditions feels comfortable and avoids each other even though they live together in the same community.  These trespassers continue with their own standards of living because they can’t completely function in the community, thus no real gain in economic or living standards are achieved.  

Additionally, they are taken advantage of by the business community, being paid a lower wage.  This creates resentment and anger towards each other so nobody is happy. 

Trespassers' children enter the schools of those that pay for and provide this service to them.  These children need special attention to learn the native language and interfere with the education of the others due to their disability.  Further, these children congregate with their own and create an unnatural separation of cultures within the community with racial and “status” resentment and conflicts ensue.

Crimes increase within these communities as competition among the trespassers creates tensions.  Crimes spread outside their community into that of the “host” communities with robberies, thefts, burglaries, assaults, rapes, gun violence and homicides. 

Now, due to a final straw, another homicide by firearm, a law is rushed through that deports those illegally in the country unless they pay for a license and can pass a language and law test.  People start being deported and cries from the opposition startup with “That is inhumane, we owe these people an opportunity”.  After awhile these cries die down as they see crime rates fall, living conditions improve and pay for employment is regulated for compliance with checks on employers with REGISTERED IMMIGRANTS and new immigrants must meet standards of the new law.

Welcome to Russia.  This is their story when in 2011, they passed this law due to the conditions mentioned above.  Is this scenario really any different? The only real difference is these immigrants were once part of the Soviet Empire/USSR until 1991.  They had a connection and a sense of obligation.  The United States doesn’t, we have no history of being one with Mexico, Central or South America.

The Democrats are the enemies of the Country and are Globalist.  What other explanation do you have?


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