Thursday, December 22, 2005

The Importance of Keeping US Borders Closed.

There is a war going on right now in the US and most Americans are not even aware of it. This is a war that has taken the lives of some 800 people in the last year and the television news stations have hardly mentioned it.

Nuevo Laredo, a city in northern Mexico which borders the Texas town of Laredo, is the source of many of these crimes. Mexican special forces highered by cartels are heavily armed with RPGs and AK47s, and have killed police officers and innocent bystanders, many of whom are Americans.

This problem and many others could be easily solved if the US government enacted stronger immigration policies and built fortified borders. Illegal immigration is a problem frequently discussed in political circles here in the US, but in actuality little is done to stop the problem. In fact, the problem seems to be encouraged and amplified dispite rhetoric to the contrary.

In this blog entry I want to discuss illegal immigration and why it hurts the US and its citizens in the long run, as well as the immigrants. When you talk about immigration issues, many immigrants who live in this country or their relatives accuse you of racism.

Race has nothing to do with it, even though that is what the globalists want you to think. The future of the United States is in jeopardy. The goal of the globalists is to turn the US into a third world country. The average American cannot compete with someone from India, China, or Mexico. The job wages will plunge, fattening the pockets of large transnational corporations while plunging both Americans and immigrants into poverty.

Then we are expected to fight with each other over jobs, giving the government an excuse to crackdown on us and further the agenda of turning the US into a police state. It is up to us to fight back against these evil forces which wish to enslave us.

There are many dangers to increased illegal immigration. Wide open borders allow the possibility of a terrorist sneaking a biological or nuclear weapon clandestinely into the US. Certain diseases that aren't common in the United States have seen a dramatic increase in the last few years. But the most dangrous problem of illegal immigration is economic in nature.

Once illegal immigrants are allowed to get low paying jobs in the US, they are then tricked into getting credit cards, car loans, and large mortgages. Americans who on average already have a lot of debt run the risk of losing their jobs and being forced to compete with these immigrants.

What happens in this situation is obvious. The illegal immigrants are put in a position of perpetual slavery for the rest of their lives by struggling with low paying jobs to pay off enormous debts. Americans lose their jobs or are forced to compete and also become perpetual slaves, working their entire lives to pay off their ever increasing debt.

The perpetuators of this crime have a clear objective. Despite their rhetoric, they want nothing better than to destroy the US, and the best way to do this is economically. They wish to turn this from first world to third world, and we are the only ones who can stop them.


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