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PostSubject: Immigration   September 22nd 2015, 11:16 pm

A few statistics to ponder about what American's future look like.

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/09/22/report-muslim-immigration-fastest-growing-bloc-u-s-immigration/

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The report details that some of “the sending countries with the largest percentage increases in the number of immigrants living in the United States since 2010 were Saudi Arabia (up 93 percent); Bangladesh (up 37 percent); Iraq (up 36 percent); Egypt (up 25 percent); Pakistan, India, and Ethiopia (all up 24 percent); Nigeria and Ghana (both up 21 percent).”

“In contrast to most sending regions and countries, the number of immigrants from Europe and Canada declined,” the report notes.

As Breitbart News has previously documented, every year the United States voluntarily imports more than a quarter of a million– or 280,000– Muslim migrants. This number includes 117,423 migrants who were permanently resettled with Legal Permanent Resident status, as well as an additional 122,921 temporary Muslim workers and foreign students, and 39,932 Muslim refugee and asylees. This means that each year, the U.S. admits a number of Muslim migrants larger in size than the entire population of Des Moines, Iowa.

According to Pew Research, only 11 percent of Muslim Americans identify as Republican or leaning-Republican, making them one of the most reliable Democrat voting blocs in the country. As Politico recently reported, the Obama Administration is working to get green card holders registered to vote. Because refugees and green card holders can freely collect welfare, this magnifies the existing cultural challenges for Republicans in getting non-Western voters to support Western political ideas.

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PostSubject: Re: Immigration   September 23rd 2015, 9:10 am

This generation of politicians is the worst thing that has ever happened to this country and this planet.

There is simply nothing they won't do to hold on to power for one more second. And that includes destroying the very country they claim to represent.
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PostSubject: Re: Immigration   September 23rd 2015, 11:57 am

The politicians of today got elected to better their position in life. Everything they do is to get themselves ahead with little regard for the voter. There are still some good ones out there, but like the rest of the world their voices get drowned out by the loud minority.

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PostSubject: Re: Immigration   February 4th 2016, 4:49 pm

Looks like we have a stand down order.  That's right citizens.  We need to know anything and everything about you, track your every communication, movement, financial transactions, and approve your activity.  Non-citizens are free to go.  How is it again non-citizens have liberty and citizens don't?  Thank you drive thru please.

http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/border-agent-we-might-as-well-abolish-our-immigration-laws-altogether/article/2582401
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PostSubject: Re: Immigration   February 4th 2016, 5:34 pm

Non-Citizens get free healthcare, free tuition, local laws don't apply, they need no auto insurance, no license, but the get to vote, and you are the racist bigot for daring to question any entitlement they get.
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PostSubject: Re: Immigration   February 4th 2016, 11:21 pm

Now watch and see the flow increase again now that they know they can come and stay.

Also saw this article on the same site. Between illegals and our fed govt creating a massive bureaucracy and doing everything it can to screw up the job market, we haven't much time left.

http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/sessions-little-surprise-obama-quietly-signed-the-tpp/article/2582370?custom_click=rss

Here is the last sentence of the article since its in a really weird spot and hidden. "A Tufts University study found the TPP will cost nearly 450,000 American jobs in the next nine years."
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PostSubject: Re: Immigration   March 6th 2016, 1:53 pm

U.S. Pays to Feed and Shelter Cuban Migrants Stranded in Costa Rica

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/03/05/world/americas/us-pays-to-feed-and-shelter-cuban-migrants-in-costa-rica.html?_r=0

[quote]MIAMI — The United States government has been paying to feed and shelter thousands of Cubans trying to migrate to the United States, in what critics consider another sign of the lopsided treatment provided to Cubans under American law.
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The Obama administration has tried hard to deter the crush of migrants arriving from Central America in recent years. It has pressed Mexico to crack down on migrants passing through its territory, while women and children who managed to cross the American border have been held in detention facilities.

But American law gives Cubans special status to live in the United States and apply for a green card, provided they make it here. That has set off a rush of Cubans who have taken advantage of changes inside Cuba that make it easier to leave, and who are worried that the Obama administration’s improved relations with their government will soon erase their privileged status.

In January, the United States pledged $1 million to help provide temporary shelter, potable water, food, sanitation and hygiene kits to thousands of Cubans who were stranded in Costa Rica while trying to make their way to the American border.

The second paragraph highlighted is an outright fabrication.

Setting a precedent for incentivizing mass migration.  Never has the motive been more clear when the US is giving out money to help people across the globe to land here.

Just like the federal government funding large global religious organizations to transport and house migrants on their journey across Central America and Mexico, by the tens of millions.

If you don't have a border, you don't have a country.  We have candidates that want outright amnesty for those that are hear now.  What about the next 20 million, or next 40 million that arrive after amnesty is granted?  The country's demographics are changing rapidly.  If people want to see what the future in the US holds, look to the countries of which these people are coming from to get an accurate deception of what to anticipate here as our future.
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PostSubject: Re: Immigration   March 6th 2016, 8:15 pm

If we don't make them assimilate, which we no longer do, you are correct. They will turn the USA into where they are coming from.
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PostSubject: Re: Immigration   March 7th 2016, 2:48 pm

http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/report-record-61-million-immigrants-in-u.s.-15.7-million-illegally/article/2585110

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"These numbers raise profound questions that are seldom even asked: What number of immigrants can be assimilated? What is the absorption capacity of our schools, health care system, infrastructure, and labor market? What is the effect on the environment and quality of life from significantly increasing the nation's population density?" wrote Steven Camarota, the Center's director of Research

His report found that the normal pattern of immigration to the United States changed after 1970. At that time, there were 13.5 million immigrants, or about one in 15 U.S. residents.

But since 2000, the number of immigrants has increased 18.4 million, and now nearly one of every five U.S. residents are immigrants.

"The number of immigrants and their young children grew six times faster than the nation's total population from 1970 to 2015 — 353 percent vs. 59 percent," he added.



The change that allowed an uncontrolled number to enter was the elimination of ethic group maximums that were defined as to protect the country from being overrun. Overrun being a mass migration of ethic and ideological that many not align with the values and morality of the USA. The USA could be forever changed once a critical mass is obtained. This protection mechanisms were removed in the late 60's. Thus legal and illegal figures have increased to the point of no return given current trends.
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PostSubject: Re: Immigration   March 30th 2016, 11:23 am

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2016/03/30/dad-turns-grief-from-sons-death-into-quest-to-tabulate-toll-illegal-drivers.html?intcmp=hpbt3

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As many as 7,500 Americans -- 20 per day -- are killed annually by unlicensed drivers, and Rosenberg calculates that more than half are the victims of illegal immigrants. Now, by testifying before lawmakers, speaking to parents who have been through the same ordeal and posting his research on his nonprofit’s website, unlicensedtodrive.org, Rosenberg is shedding light on a frightening number not readily available from government sources.

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Because state and federal highway safety officials do not classify deaths by the perpetrator’s immigration stats, tabulating the deadly toll of unlicensed, illegal immigrant drivers has been a painstaking effort.  Rosenberg has pored through spreadsheets and studies, piecing together numbers that show his son’s death was neither necessary nor unique. Still, his estimate is just that, and it varies from the guesses of other groups.

“I’ve learned over time that many jurisdictions do not cite license status or immigration status when reporting these statistics, so if anything, the numbers are understated,” he said. “For example, San Francisco doesn’t report either criteria, so Drew’s death defaults to having been killed by a licensed driver who was a citizen.”

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“Our archives are filled with stories of drunk-driving illegals killing U.S. citizens,” William Gheen, of the Americans for Legal Immigration Political Action Committee, told FoxNews.com. “It is our official estimate that more than 3,000 U.S citizens lose their lives each year due to the insufficient enforcement of our existing border and immigration law.”
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