The System is Broken, and the Border is Wide Open
America has entered its “Camp of the Saints” phase. Millions of the world’s poor are now flooding our southern border, and the native population in the US lacks the moral will to protect itself against the invasion.
Eventually our entire nation and way of life will collapse and vanish, all because we were too altruistic to say that a line in the sand is, in fact, a line in the sand.
The situation at our southern border right now is so dire that we’ve never experienced anything like it before. An estimated 500,000 illegal aliens will breach our southern border before July 1 of this year.
Real Americans are suffering – badly – while Members of Congress continue to lecture us about morality and while President Trump backs down from one promise after another. “They just want a better life for their families!” screech the politicians. Sure.
So did the 13-year-old girl in Kissimmee, Florida who was killed this week when an illegal alien from Argentina ran her over, as the girl was riding her bike to school. Likewise, the woman in New Jersey who was raped and strangled to death by a Honduran man, who then dumped her body in a lake. She probably wanted a better life for her family as well.
15 illegal alien child rapists who were deported in 2018 were arrested in March of 2019 in Arizona. Even the ones we kick out, come right back. And we let them in to victimize our families again.
The Border Patrol has been turning 600 apprehended “migrants” per day loose in El Paso, TX. Simple math should tell everyone that this is completely unsustainable.
Let’s say you break that 600 number down into 200 families – two parents and a child – for simplicity’s sake.
Does El Paso have 200 empty apartments or houses available for rent on day one? How about on day two? By day five of that crisis, El Paso would need 1,000 empty housing units to move people into.
Unlike illegal immigration, housing is an area where every city has a finite amount of something.
If you’re an innocent bystander in El Paso, guess what happens to your rent or property taxes in that scenario? I lived through it in a small town for six years as it went through one of these invasions of illegals and refugees.
The home we were renting for $600 a month the first year was costing us $1,200 a month when we ran for the hills. Same house, different neighbors – and a lot of ‘em.
Housing isn’t the only finite thing that we take for granted in the midst of this invasion. Water is finite too, despite what may happen when you currently turn your tap on.
California is in the worst shape of all. There’s no drought in California, by the way, and there never was.
Back in the 1940s, ‘50s and ‘60s, when the planners were planning how much infrastructure to build for expected population growth, they got the “expected” part wrong. They planned for a population of X and built enough reservoirs and infrastructure to provide water for X.
They didn’t plan for X + 20 million, which is a different equation that requires a lot more water. So now, you can go to prison for watering your lawn in a lot of California cities.
The Bay Area, where San Francisco and Facebook reside, has signs up all over the place assuring you that brown lawns are sexy. “Brown is the New Green,” the signs declare.
In Los Angeles, they’re trying to warm residents up to the idea that, “Well, you know, taking a shower every day is bad for the environment.” Uh huh. Sure.
Charitable relief organizations in El Paso have run out of food and beds for the “migrants.” Even Fox News now calls them “migrants seeking asylum.”
Migrants don’t request asylum. Legally, they can’t request it. Asylum is legally reserved for “refugees,” people fleeing war or persecution for religious or political beliefs.
None of these people were persecuted for anything in their home countries. They’re just poor and wanted a free handout from the gringos who were too stupid and cowardly to say “No” to them – and it’s making Americans poorer every day that our feckless politicians refuse to seal the border.