Thursday, May 17, 2007

Immigration Deal looks like the bastards are going to do it again. Amnesty. That means that not only the 12 to 20 million that are already here get to stay....but each one of them is going to be bringing at least 4 to 5 members of their family here to live with them. 100 million poor, uneducated, non-English speaking, largely rural peasants will be added to our tax burden.

Public education as we know it will end here in the Southwest. It simply will not be able to absorb the burden and any non-Hispanic with any sense will pull their children out. We will soon have a permanent underclass comprised of poor Hispanics with barely a middle school education. Currently less than 68% of those who enroll in Mexico's schools finish 9th grade, and less than 35% finish 12th grade. These are precisely the poor peasants who are coming here illegally. Believe me when I tell you as a middle school teacher, these results are persisting among their American-born children. It is simply a part of their culture.

Whole cities will become virtual Mexican enclaves with practically no English used. (I predict that soon some cities will conduct all of their official business primarily in Spanish, with English translation used as needed....Santa Ana will be among the first)

There will soon be demands that Spanish become an official language of this country. Mexico will treat those living here as Mexican citizens, allowing them to vote, and even representation in the Mexican government. (This has already begun)

But the worst thing? The worst thing is that this will not solve the illegal immigration problem. Twenty years from now we will have another 20 million illegal immigrants, and another push to legalize them. Only this time, the activists will have even more power, and the deal we cut will be even worse.

Update: By the way, this invasion, (because that is what it truly will be) will be meet by violence. But it's not going to be the hillbilly white good ole boys everyone's going to be the inner city Blacks who are going to resent the usurpation of their neighborhoods, low wage jobs, and government handouts.

Update II: This says all that needs to be said.


Ed said...

100 million? Really? The population or Mexico is 108 million. Maybe this is a good idea how hard will it be to invade a country with just 8 miillion in it?

Gahrie said...

1) If you trust any demographic numbers coming out of Mexico, you are a fool. We can't even get ours right.

2)Not all of our illegal immigrants are from Mexico. There are sizable numbers from almost every Hispanic country in the world except Spain.

3) This is not a joke. There are cases where entire villages are migrating to the U.S. from all over the world using family visas. Ask Minneapolis how things are working out for them with theitr Somali community for example.

4) The saddest thing about this, is that when you finally wake up, and see this for the disaster it is, it will be too late to fix it.

Ed said...

Well I do trust the CIA factbook but they are just a bunch of liberals.

You right all the other times in US history when they said the very same thing you are saying now was just practice and THIS time it will be right. Ok what ever.

I believe in the power of democracy and Capitalism. They can't be defeated.

In a way I would like you to get your way just so we can all see nothing happen. The school system will still be broken. The healthcare system will still be broken. Wages will stay the same. Our taxes wont change and the biggest threat to the freedom of this country will be the religious radical christians in this country.

Gahrie said...

1) The CIA bureaucracy is definitely liberal, and has actively undermined the last four Republican presidents.

2) It's kind of funny...the CIA were wrong about Saddam..but are right now. (by the way...the CIA have in fact been wrong in every important crisis in the last fifty years.)

3) Democracy is usually defeated. Which is one of the reasons it is such a crappy system and I opppose it so strongly. I dread every move we make toward it, and strongly urge a return to republicanism. (We can start with a repeal of the 17th Amendment, and the overturning of the incorporation doctrine as it applies to the states.)

4)Capitalism however is a pretty robust economic system, and has out-performed every other to date. I'm just surpridsed to see you endorse it...I took you for a Socialist.

5)Half of me also wants to see this disaster happen also so I can say I told you so. The rest of me loves my country too much, and doesn't want to wish our future on our children. If you think things are bad now (which you apparently do from your comments) how can you possibly think this deal is going to improve things?

Ed said...

Socialist?!? Really? What have I ever said that is socialistic?

I am a social liberal but when it comes to economics capitalism will always win. We have left China along and they are being changed from within and I don't think they even know it. It will be fun to watch.