The American Immigration Council reports that, as of 2019, there were 44.9 million immigrants living in the US.
In case you’ve been living in a cave, the Biden administration is trying its best to make the southern border a sieve.
But of course, this is a humane act. It has to be. Otherwise, it’s a plan to overwhelm public services, ramp up the Democratic vote, and generally stage a soft invasion whose result will be catastrophic.
For many people, 44.9 million immigrants—or the other figure I found a few months ago, 50 million—are not nearly enough. 44.9 million reflects nothing more than stone cold indifference to suffering.
“Humane” and “caring” mean there must be NO CEILING on immigration. No end to it.
In fact, you can find churches across America whose pastors and parishioners will tell you exactly that. These proud people are evidently tuned into a special broadcast by God or a special edition of the Bible.
How THEY FEEL is the most important factor. To them. Beyond that, no thinking is necessary.
Any suffering of any kind anywhere in the world that might be mitigated by living in the US has one remedy: open borders.
And I’m not even talking about the hordes of American Lefties for whom virtue signaling is a profession. For those credentialed people, life itself IS unlimited immigration.
As I’ve written before, and will write again, open borders is an elite operation, and one of its purposes is supporting the transport of drugs into the US—a trillion-dollar business involving the washing of money through major banks.
The drugs ruin and kill huge numbers of people here in America. The drugs are extremely effective weapons of war. Those who physically survive do so with addled minds.
If you need to bring yourself up to speed on this, talk to an honest DEA agent who has seen the effects up close and personal. Or someone who has lost a relative.
Drugs are taking down America. This has been going on for 50 years.
But again, what’s important about open borders is how people FEEL about them. What open borders REPRESENTS to them. What open borders SYMBOLIZES. All the “me” factors.
And even then, the FEELING has an interesting limit. How many families in America do you think have taken in at least three immigrants to live with them—you know, PERSONALLY AND PERMANENTLY?
Much of American Culture is now being performed like a stage play, and the play is often by proxy, on social media. That’s where the action is.
This is very good for the enemies of America. It means millions of people can support destructive issues like open borders via Twitter; so there is no real involvement. Which makes activism easy. Which makes passivity and blindness to what is actually happening easy.
What does “enemies of America” mean? It means the people who want to take down what is left of individual freedom—including the 1st and 2nd Amendments and private property—and what is left of the free market, in which people actually earn a living through their own independent efforts—substituting, instead, control by government.
Globalists view America as the last bastion against a system of planetary governance.
Whenever possible, they applaud American foreign policy operations that seek to extend the Nationalistic Empire; because those operations sooner or later will blow back on America and make its situation and standing in the world more dire. Hastening its collapse.
But there is a difference between individual freedom and the free market, on the one hand…and the American Empire, on the other.
Differentiating between the two, and untangling the former from the latter—this is a herculean task.
Ron Paul understood it. Millions of people who have misplaced their faith in Donald Trump understand it.
Untangling the core values of America from the Empire of America is made all the harder by tons and tons and tons of physically and mentally destructive drugs coming up through open borders, and by many of the migrants who are coming here and overloading the system of public services, gaming the system, and voting for the system.
If you can’t see that, look harder.
Reprinted with permission from Jon Rappoport’s blog.