Sunday, October 12, 2014

Washington's Insidiously Inconsistent Border Narrative

Washington's Insidiously Inconsistent Border Narrative

One question DHS Secretary Johnson:  If the border is secure then why in June of 2013 did the Senate ask for 46. 3 billion more "border security" tax dollars under the S.744 Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act?

Just scroll down to Section 6 "Comprehensive Reform Funding" (a)(2)(A) to see the initial $46.3 billion tax payer price tag.

And for extra corrupt Arizona pork, 200 million for Arizona Prosecutions (S.744 Section 6 (a)(3)(C)(2)(B)(i) referenced in 1104(a)(1)
200 million more for Arizona's and FEMA "Operation Stonegarden" (S.744 Section 6 (a)(3)(C)(2)(B)(ii) referenced in Section 1104(b) 

Who is lying here?  The Senate then or you now Mr. Johnson?


Thursday, October 9, 2014

Washington's Illegal Immigration Narrative Falsely Gives Protestors Hope

In response:

Washington's Illegal Immigration Narrative Falsely Gives Protestors Hope

That includes all proposals for and against immigration  reform which are dictated by our Government's deceptive immigration narrative and regurgitated by its citizens.

Both sides are being played like fools.  Why?  Because these are the points Washington's immigration narrative does not address:

1.  US foreign trade policies that exacerbate poverty-caused illegal immigration

2.  US industries that profit from illegal labor

3.  US industries that continually profit from tax dollars being used for ineffective border/interior enforcement   

4.  US trading partners whose economies require billions of dollars in undocumenteds' remittances

5.  US industries that profit from the incarceration and deportation of the undocumented

So go ahead protestors.  Play right into Washington's insidious immigration narrative that diverts your attention away from the actual causes of illegal immigration.   Common sense dictates that attacking the symptom of deportations as a means by which to fix this decades-old system will again   prove to be fruitless.  And those of you who think that increasing deportations and border security as a means by which to fix this problem also are misguided. 

The problem of illegal immigration is not meant to be solved.  One has to educate his or her self to the actual underlying, insidious economic motives and the motives of the border enforcement industrial complex to maintain the failed status quo and keep the public in the dark. 

Washington's system of profitized illegal immigration for labor and border security boodle are no different than its 40+  year long, one trillion dollar war against drugs.  All of their never-ending profits depend upon their continual "fight" -  not a real fix.

Those profits also depend upon voters and protestors buying into their cunning narrative that camouflages the actual causes of illegal immigration.

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Drug War and Immigration Deaths - Collateral Damages And Costs of Doing The Business Of Economic Profit

Drug War and Immigration Deaths - Collateral Damages And Costs of Doing The Business Of Economic Profit

Read VP Biden's 2013 speech to the Mexican economic elite.

Notice how Harvard University caters to Mexico's "100,000 Drug War dead" ex-president Felipe Calderon:

The decades-long war on drugs and the war on illegal immigration are insidious, institutionalized money makers for not only the US elite but the home country elite of the undocumented too. Therefore none of the governments involved will actually take responsibility for - or steps toward - effectively resolving the problems.

With that said, now that the majority of the undocumented come from countries in which Washington shares NAFTA/CAFTA "free trade" agreements with, bi-national economic profit has become more important than these collateral deaths these murderous "wars" cause.

How in God's name can Washington stand by and not only turn a blind eye to - but be a contributing factor to - this horrendous violence and death?  

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Illegal Immigration: A Profitable, Insidious Industry

In response:

Illegal Immigration: A Profitable, Insidious Industry

Illegal immigration is a profitable, insidious industry that primarily uses millions of undocumented for labor and millions of US tax taxpayers for billions in border and interior enforcement boodle. Articles like the above are part of the problem as they attack the symptoms of the system rather than the cause. That cause being NAFTA, CAFTA and drug wars that promote poverty and terror in the undocumenteds' home countries and US political practices that promote all of the above.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Washington Deceivingly Attempts To Reform A System That Thrives Upon Decades Of Failure

In response:

Washington Deceivingly Attempts To Reform A System That Thrives Upon Decades Of Failure

Just stop and think for one minute.  Do you actually think Washington wants to effectively reform a system that has made money for its cronies for decades?

Are you willing to consider that the system is designed to be ineffective and that Washington's cronies profit from that ineffectiveness?

Here is how it works.  Create profitable, elitist trade polices (NAFTA/CAFTA) that exacerbate poverty and disparities in wealth in the undocumenteds' home countries.  Maintain ineffective border and interior enforcement agencies that are never given the resources to effectively get the job done.  Witness crony corporations illegally hire the undocumented laborers knowing that the chances of said corporate cronies getting caught are slim.  Why do you think E-verify and similar systems dating back to Reagan's 1986 Amnesty have not and never will be mandatory? 

Have the undocumenteds' home country elite's economies become dependent upon billions of  dollars in remittances being sent home annually.  Have the economic elite - in the US (and Mexico for example) share 1.25 billion dollars a day in NAFTA cross border trade while the disparity in wealth in both countries continues to climb to unprecedented levels.

Create border and interior enforcement agencies that employ tens of thousands of Americans while annually costing US taxpayers billions to fund.   Never admit that a continuing influx of undocumented and illegal drugs are necessary components for those agencies (and their privatized cronies) to thrive.  

This is oh so hauntingly similar to perpetual wars and the US Military Industrial Complex.

Create a political narrative that does not address our own government's responsibility for exacerbating the very illegal immigration that Washington claims to want to reform.

Do you know about and/or remember "our" 40+ year long war on drugs?  For over 40 years billions of US tax dollars have been pumped down that "border security" black hole too.  The results of  Washington's drug and immigration "wars"?  Illegal drugs and undocumented people somehow keep increasing while Washington keeps asking for more money to "solve" both problems.

If you really study both topics you will discover that Washington has no real intention of killing the golden goose that keeps laying those golden drug and labor infused eggs.

Washington's real immigration reform?   Continue the insidiously deceiving narrative that "immigration is broken".  Meanwhile continue to hide the truth.

It ain't really broke and we don't intend to effectively ever fix it.  There is simply too much money being made maintaining the failed status quo.


Monday, August 18, 2014

The Majority Of Americans Believe Washington's Fallacious Illegal Immigration Narrative

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The Majority Of Americans Believe Washington's Fallacious Illegal Immigration Narrative



adjective: fallacious
1.based on a mistaken belief.

"fallacious arguments"


erroneous, false, untrue, wrong, incorrect, flawed, inaccurate, mistaken, misinformed, misguided;

specious, spurious, bogus, fictitious, fabricated, made up; groundless, unfounded, ill-founded, unproven, unsupported, uncorroborated; informal, phony, full of holes

"we almost printed his fallacious information"

Washington's own NAFTA and CAFTA trade agreements with the undocumenteds' home country elite exacerbate poverty in those home countries and push/pull the undocumented into the US.
US corporations - despite immigration laws preventing the hiring of the undocumented - use undocumented laborers for their own selfish needs. Billions of dollars in remittances - annually sent back to the undocumenteds' home countries- benefit said elite's home country economies .

Beyond the insidious labor for remittance trade-off, Washington's "border security" cronies make billions of US tax dollars in their feeble attempts to control border and interior illegal immigration.

Washington's bogus narrative about illegal immigration is not unlike their 40+ year long, failed "war on drugs" fantasy.

Create a problem and then create laws to "fix" the problem. Then simultaneously reap profits from the "legal" enforcement industries and never-ending ineffectiveness of those same enforcement industries.

Of course political careers are continuously "made or broken" by this scam.

Meanwhile the causal factors of illegal immigration - trade policies that create poverty, illegal immigration and benefit the US and undocumented's home country elite - are buried beneath Washington's fallacious illegal immigration and immigration reform narratives.

Sadly these causal factors of illegal immigration never reach the immigration "radar screens" of the minds of the majority of American's .