Illegal Immigration Triumps Conformity

In the early years of the U.S. from 1790 to 1849, immigration brought to the country only 6,000 people per year. Nearly all population growth up to 1830 was internal; about 98.5% of the population was native-born. By 1850, this had shifted to about 90% native-born.

In 1848, The Treaty of Guadalupe Hildago concluded the war with the new Mexican Republic, extending U.S. citizenship to approximately 7,000 Mexican residents of the New Mexico territory, and 800 going to California.

By 1849, the California Gold Rush saw significant unauthorized immigration from Mexico. California admitted to the Union on September 9, 1850, with a population of close to 60,000.

In 1891, the Immigration and Naturalization Service was established to monitor incoming legal immigrants. The government Ellis Island Inspection Station was set up in 1882, and operated until 1954. Before the “flood,” which occured in the 1870s, was a period called “Old Immigration.” Old immigrants were mostly from Western Europe — especially Britian, Germany, Ireland and Scandinavia.

In 1875, federal law was passed prohibiting entry of convicts and prostitutes. President Arthur Banned nearly all Chinese immigration in 1882, and shortly after barred paupers, criminals, and the mentally ill from entry.

No quotas were initially set for Mexico because of the ongoing Mexican Revolution. In 1900, when the U.S. population was 76 million, the number of Hispanics was approximately 210,000.

The immigration Act of 1917 excluded even more foreigners from gaining entrance into the United States. Mistrust with foreign settlements grew after WWI, in 1918. Americans were angry at how many of these communities were steeped in isolationism.

From 1881 to 1920, nearly 24 million legal immigrants poured into the United States.

In 1921, the first quota system was enacted. The number of legal immigrants coming from each country could be no more than 3 percent of the number of immigrants from that country who had arrived before 1910.

Immigrant groups considered this racist.

This led to the National Origins Act in 1924, which further reduced quotas. Nearly all Asians were barred from entering the country. Immigration was reduced to 160,000 people per year, and in 1929, immigration was cut to 157,000 persons. Quotas were again reset based on national origins.

The rationale was that these laws would ensure the existing ethnic composition of the country, and assimilate the 15 million who had entered during the previous forty years.

However, the door was left open for Mexicans (who even back then were desired by employers for their cheap labor).

Edward H. Dowell, Vice President of the California Federation of Labor, testified before the U.S. Senate Committee on Immigration in February 1928, about the burden of the unrestricted flow of Mexicans on the state’s taxpayers, prisons, hospitals and American workers’ wages. He estimated that while 67,000 Mexicans entered the U.S. legally, many times that number had entered illegally.

In April 1926, many of the ranch workers in California’s Imperial Valley entered the U.S. illegally without passing the (then) literacy test, and did not pay the $18. entrance fee.

In 1929, the U.S. House Immigration Committee heard testimony from government officials regarding problems at the border with Mexico, including steps that were taken to eliminate the “Visa Mill” at Juarez, where “the most negligent conditions imaginable” were found.

After the Stock  Market Crash in 1929, the U.S. tightened Visa rules, which considerably reduced Mexican illegal immigration. Local, state, and federal government officials debated on what to do with those already here. Some Mexicans left voluntarily, or through pressure from local welfare officials. Others were deported. Eventually, somewhere between 900,000 to 1,700,000 Mexicans left the United States between 1929 and 1939. This was due primarily to deportations, as well as the threat of deportation.

Repatriation began during President Hoover’s administration, and reached it’s peak during the 1930s. It applied to all illegal alien groups. Hoover did not like the fact they were taking jobs and means of support from American citizens, and endorsed a vigorous effort to reduce illegal immigration.

Today’s seemingly non-stop high level of illegal immigration originated during the war years in the 1940s. Labor shortages caused the federal government to set up a program to import Mexican laborers to work on a temporary basis in agriculture in the Southwestern states.

This was called the Bracero program. The goal was to import foreign workers during agricultural harvests, and then encourage them to go home. In the 50s and 60s, approximately 6.8 million Mexican workers came into the country and provided cheap labor. Although braceros were supposed to be hired only if an adequate number of Americans could not be found, employers preferred the foreign workers who obviously would work for much lower wages. The progrm ended in 1964 due to complaints from unions and Mexican-Americans that illegal aliens were taking jobs from not just American workers, but them as well.

In April1950, The Los Angeles Times reported that 41,000 Mexican illegals had flooded across the U.S. border. The report complained about the overworked, understaffed Border Patrol, and the “endless waves unprecedented in this nation’s history.”   The argument about jobs “Americans won’t do” was recited by the liberals, while authorities stressed the need to enforce the law.

Does this sound familiar? It’s the identical game of 2 Card Monte being played by immoral politicians, media, and the relentless forced campaign to accept millions of illegal aliens pouring into the country as normal by racial organizations such as the National Council of La Raza (‘the race”), LULAC, MEChA, Congressional Hispanic Caucus, MALDEF, the Catholic Church, extreme racist hate groups such as The Mexica Movement to The Nation of Aztlan. The difference today is that children born to illegal alien parents of previous generations are now holding political office and remain loyal to Mexico.

Enter President Eisenhower. In his first term, illegal aliens crossing the border had grown to over 1 million (lower than today’s figures). This massive illegal workforce had a devastating impact on the wages of American workers. Concerned about corruption, and the profits from the result of illegal labor, Eisenhower took decisive action.

He appointed General Joseph Swing in 1954 as head of the Immigration and Naturalization Service. “Operation Wetback” was launched shortly after. With a force of 1,075 Border Patrol agents, hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens were caught and sent back to Mexico. Hundreds of thousands more self-deported. Illegal immigration dropped 95% by the end of the decade.

Imagine leadership with the will to enforce the law and protect the citizens of this country?

As we know, it would not last. With the help of Senator Edward Kennedy, the 1965 Immigration Act passed. Legal immigration increased, and illegal immigration increased right alongside it. This increased immigration because liberal Congressmen shifted the legal preference system to family relations, feigning employment needs and immigrant ability.

Senator Kennedy claimed the bill would not flood our cities with illegal immigrants, and would not upset the ethnic mix of our society. Many of us know his party specialty was misinformation, lies and deceit.

The bill endorsed chaim migration and gave a sense of entitlement to illegal aliens.

In the following decades, Mexico has become the primary source country of illegal immigration and burden. Illegal aliens have also on a massive scale, committed birthright citizenship fraud (anchor babies) to circumvent U.S. immigration laws and gain permanent residency, against the law, and the wishes of American taxpayers who are left holding the checks. This is a misinterpretation scam of the 14th Amendment to the Constitution that grants, rather, rewards U.S. citizenship to anyone born on American soil. This includes children of illegal aliens, and foreigners who come to the U.S. on “birthing tours.”

None of these criminls are under the jurisdiction of the U.S., but a foreign nation. This makes the citizenship invalid, and cheapens the value of citizenship that make us proud to be Americans.

Illegal immigrants know that U.S. immigration authorities do not have the will, and likely would not deport them if they have a child who is an American, despite the fraud (and bonus who qualifies for taxpayer-funded benefits).

Since the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, Congress has passed seven amnesties:

1), Immigration and Reform Control Act, 1986: A blanket amnesty for over 3 million illegal aliens. Many are still not citizens.

2). Section 245(i) Amnesty, 1994: A temporary rolling amnesty for 578,000 illegal aliens.

3). Section 245(i) Extension Amnesty, 1997: An extension of the rolling amnesty created in 1994.

4). Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central American Relief Act (NACARA) Amnesty, 1997: An amnesty for 1 million illegal aliens from Central America.

5). Haitian Refugee Immigration Fairness Act Amnesty (HRIFA), 1998: An amnesty for 125,000 illegal aliens from Haiti.

6). Late Amnesty, 2000: An amnesty for some illegal aliens who claim they should have been amnestied under the 1986 IRCA amnesty, an estmated 500,000 illegal aliens.

7). LIFE Act Amnesty, 2000: A reinstatement of the rolling Section 245(i) amnesty, an estimated 1,000,000 illegal aliens.

The largest amnesty was the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act.

President Reagan approved the “pathway to citizenship” amnesty due to what was believed to be a relatively small illegal alien population (if you consider millions of illegal aliens a small population).

As expected, there was widespread document fraud, and the numbers of illegal aliens seeking amnesty far exceeded expectations.

President Clinton made efforts to combat illegal immigration during the 1990s.

The problem remained. Leaders from Mexico relied heavily on untaxed remittances to subsidize its economy from its criminal citizens living and working in the U.S. illegally, and worried that Clinton would support mass deportations. Clinton assured Mexico that the deportation would not happen. It is certain First-Lady Hillary Clinton helped him make that decision. She’s been helping Mexican illegal aliens since the 1970s. Eight to 10 million illegal aliens were living in the U.S. when he left office.

President Bush’s administration saw a marked increase in illegal immigration, and a considerable drop in enforcement during his 8 years. Illegal aliens arrested in workplace cases fell from 6,000 in 1999, to 445 in 2003. Criminal cases against employers during this period fell from 482 to just 4. In 2005, 10 million illegal aliens crossed the border. Estimates claim there were at least 20 million or more in the United States.

At the end of 2007, the Bush administration’s enforcement crackdown scored only 92 criminal arrests of employers. At the time, 6 million businesses employed more than 17 million illegal alien workers.

Bush, along with cowardly politicians, the meddling Mexican government, and organizations such as the National Council of La Raza constantly pushed amnesty schemes for illegal aliens using the well-worn line “they do the work Americans won’t do.” He sided with a foreign government against American citizens. Americans were concerned. President Bush, in a press conference with Mexican president Vincente Fox, called the Minutemen “vigilantes,” as did Fox.

The Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act 2007, was one scam that was defeated by an enormous American disapproval.

Today, over 1 million immigrants enter the U.S. legally per year, while 2.5 million illegal aliens enter the country.

Realistic numbers put the number of illegal aliens currently residing in the U.S. at 28 to 46 million. Liberals continue to dumb down the numbers at a constant 12 million, which is false considering that 10 million illegal aliens entered the country in 2005 alone.

California has more illegals than any other state at 13 million or more (estimated). Texas, Florida, and New York are states that have enormous numbers of illegal aliens, although every state is now affected, paying heavy costs financially, and with the lives of their citizens.

All Americans are experiencing the negative impact of this out-of-control illegal immigration tsunami, as with the jaw-dropping number of bankrupted and closed hospitals, overcrowded schools, property damage, gangs, overburdened social services, lowered wage structures, identification and Social Security number theft, voter fraud, hit and runs, millions of sex crimes, 14th Amendment fraud, non-assimilation and isolationism, upwards of 15,000 deaths of American citizens each year by illegal alien drunk-drivers and murderers.

Taxpayers pay the tremendous price, illustrating the high cost of subsidizing “cheap labor” for unscrupulous employers, and their illegally elcted to office allies loyal to the Hispanic/Latino agenda, who for decades have constantly watered down immigration laws to codify those who insist the United States, instead of Mexico changes for their benefit.

The costs are insurmountable.

Despite majority American opposition to illegal immigration and amnesty, open borders advocates, Congressman Luis Gutierrez, the liberal media with their Spanish-language subsidiaries, the Mexican government, La Raza, LULAC, MEChA, the Catholic Church, Hispanic racist organizations, and Congressional traitors on both sides of the same aisle press President Obama to pass yet another mass amnesty for illegal aliens as payback for allowing  fraud of our electoral process by a cozen illegitimate ever-threatening Hispanic vote.

These special interest groups (racists), their liberal foolish one-world allies, and the media continually attempt to re-frame the debate away from the core issues (illegality, sovereignty, overpopulation, fiscal costs), and against our will, redefine the terms used in the debate.

The most common euphemisms for amnesty used by the open borders lobby are: “comprehensive immigration reform,” “pathway to citizenship,” “earned legalization,” “guest” or “temporary worker plan,” and bringing “undocumented immigrants” “out of the shadows.”

Americans angry about the illegal alien tsunmani are also aware that pro-illegal alien advocates conjure up the false choice between mass deportation or mass amnesty. They say we can’t round up and deport 12 million people, We actually could if our leadership had the will to do so (and by the way, the numbers are closer to 45 million).

The common sense approach to remedy this menace is “Attrition Through enforcement.” When our existing immigration laws are willingly enforced, illegitimate birthright citizenship scams, jobs, and all subsidies are eliminated completely, illegal aliens will return to their home countries.

This is the only way if we are to remain a country at all…


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