I Woke Up This Morning and My Country Had Been Invaded
Apr 27th, 2013 by Unamused
(But don’t worry: they’re only Mexicans.)
So I see “immigration” is in the news again. A lot. Really a lot. Enough, even, to rouse me from my lengthy slumber (yawn). So excuse me if I seem like a sleepy kitteh. I’m actually still in my pajamas, here at Central Hate Command (CENT-HAT-COM), but the Gratuitous French Girl is making coffee (French roast, naturally, in her delightful Iron Cross-print nightie), so I’ll soon be up to speed, or at the very least fully conscious.
‘Immigration bill to bring in at least 33 million people, says group’ (The Daily Caller):
The pending Senate immigration [sic] bill would bring a minimum of 33 million people into the country during its first decade of operation, according to an analysis by NumbersUSA, a group that wants to slow the current immigration [sic] rate.
By 2024, the inflow would include an estimated 9.2 million illegal immigrants [sic], plus 2.5 million illegals [sic] who arrived as children — dubbed ‘Dreamers’ — plus roughly 3.4 million company-sponsored employees with university degrees, said the unreleased analysis.
The majority of the inflow, or roughly 17 million people, would consist of family members of illegals, recent immigrants [sic] and of company-sponsored workers, according to the NumbersUSA analysis provided to The Daily Caller.
No, my problem is entirely with colonization, i.e., — and I must be comically blunt here, because someone’s got to say it, — millions of Third World non-whites invading formerly white countries and bringing all their Third World problems with them, problems which include their present and future children, because human behavioral traits like intelligence and criminality are heritable. That, plus the fact that we’re calling colonization “immigration” (and have apparently forgotten what “Orwellian” means). Both of these things are problematic indeed.
Still, there may be a silver lining of sorts. ‘Immigration reform could be bonanza for Democrats’ (Politico):
The immigration proposal pending in Congress would transform the nation’s political landscape for a generation or more — pumping as many as 11 million new Hispanic voters into the electorate a decade from now in ways that, if current trends hold, would produce an electoral bonanza for Democrats and cripple Republican prospects in many states they now win easily.
Beneath the philosophical [lololol — but seriously, the rope for all of them] debates about amnesty and border security, there are brass-tacks partisan calculations driving the thinking of lawmakers in both parties over comprehensive immigration reform, which in its current form offers a pathway to citizenship — and full voting rights — for a group of undocumented residents that roughly equals the population of Ohio, the nation’s seventh-largest state.
When America’s Red Staters, the so-called country class, understand that the Republican Party, which has so thoroughly and repeatedly betrayed them, is finally and forever dead, there will be room in American politics for something better.
Whatever it is, don’t call it a Revolution. Call it a Reaction.