Thursday, December 12, 2013

Washington's Immigration Reform Ignores and Exacerbates The Cause Of Illegal Immigration

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Washington's Immigration Reform Ignores and Exacerbates The Cause Of Illegal Immigration

The Senate's S.744 will not stop illegal immigration, but Washington's cronies in the border security industrial complex will sure get rich "trying".

Use your heads.  This multi-billion dollar industry and the politicians who push it need illegal immigration to continue to flourish.  This is just like their war on drugs;  all of the profit is in the "fight" not in the fixing.    

How about an initial paycheck of $46,300,000,000 tax payers' dollars?  Check out that tidy little sum buried in Section 6 of the bill.

We have collectively lost our rational minds when we let these profiteering politicians spend 46 billion dollars trying to stop hungry people from coming into the US while they have purposely made zero efforts to discuss or attempt to address the poverty that pushes the vast majority (60% Mexican) of the US undocumented  here.

Look at Vice President Joe Biden's September 20, 2013 speech in Mexico "Remarks by Vice President Joe Biden at the U.S.-Mexico High Level Economic Dialogue".

And look at our own US Department of State's glorifying description of our relations with Mexico.

You don't have to read between the lines, their message is clear.  The bi-national relationship between the two countries is all about economic profit.  As far as the Mexican and other Latin American undocumented and US taxpayers are obviously concerned, we are mere pawns in their profit driven- illegal immigration game. 

They don't care about poverty in Mexico or the US.  They don't care about US jobs exported away via NAFTA or the loss of US jobs to the undocumented.

They don't care about stopping illegal immigration as long as they can reform millions of undocumented "out of the shadows" for billions of US taxpayer's border security dollars.

Mexican trade, oil, labor, and illegal drugs are more important to the bi-national elite than the common people on both sides of the border.

Everyone concerned with  CIR needs to see their real agenda and stop reform in its tracks until these profiteers address their NAFTA poverty as the cause of our illegal immigration.


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