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The Reality Of It: “Immigration Can NEVER Be An Effective Way To Deal With The Suffering People Of The World”

by Mac Slavo, SHTFPlan:

The most oft cited reason by opponents of President Trump’s immigration policies for why America should open its borders to the millions of impoverished and persecuted individuals around the world often center around humanitarian reasons. As a rich country with plenty of land mass, we should be able to take in anyone and everyone who may be in need, right?

While that notion, like Marx-Engels’ ideas for taking from those who have the ability and giving to those who need, may seem great on paper, successfully implementing such policies in the real world is starkly different.

According to Census Bureau statistics, some 1.3 million foreign-born individuals legally immigrated to the United States in 2014. That figure doesn’t include the nearly one million immigrants that enter the country illegally each year. Those who support open border immigration have said that we need to take in even more people.

But according to journalist Roy Beck, taking in one million people per year makes almost no difference in the grand scheme of things because for every million we bring into the United States, another 80 million people yearly are born into countries with extreme levels of poverty, violence or war. According to Beck, even opening our borders to five million more people per year would do nothing to stem the the real problems.

In what is one of the most viewed immigration policy videos on the internet from Numbers USA, Beck ingeniously utilizes gumballs to demonstrate why open borders simply will not work. As well, he provides a seemingly novel solution that has for decades fallen on deaf ears:

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1 comment to The Reality Of It: “Immigration Can NEVER Be An Effective Way To Deal With The Suffering People Of The World”

  • Ed_B

    “As a rich country with plenty of land mass, we should be able to take in anyone and everyone who may be in need, right?”

    With $20+ trillion in debt on our backs, the US is FAR from a “rich country”. Fact is, we are in debt up to our eyeballs. IMO, being rich means that our assets exceed our liabilities and by a very substantial amount. All we have proved in the wealth department is that we can print and borrow a s**t-load of money from others. That is not “wealth”. It IS debt.

    As to people coming to the US, I would ask “Why?”. Do we have a shortage of people here? No, we do not. We have plenty of people here and any that are allowed to come here should have something about them that is necessary to the well-being of this nation. Importing a lot of people who do not know our language, who have radically different cultures, who have zero desire to assimilate into American culture and values, and who cannot even support themselves is not doing ourselves or our descendants any favors. This is simply a lot of liberal feel-goodism at work here and it is more than time to call bullshit on it.

    Just try going to most other countries out there and pulling this crap. You will be lucky if you are simply booted out of that country and not immediately jailed. Failing that, check out the Mexican laws on immigration. If the US were to implement Mexican immigration laws, they would squeal like stuck piggies. But WTH? Turnabout IS fair play, is it not?

    Here is a comparison of US vs. Mexican immigration laws:

    https://factreal.wordpress.com/2010/05/08/mexico-vs-united-states-mexican-immigration-laws-are-tougher/

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