Wednesday, December 11, 2013

What's Behind Washington's Use Of The Undocumented To "Reform Rape" US Taxpayers?

In response:

It is so easy to blame the messengers when the blamers are so brainwashed that they do not know who is raping whom.

What's Behind Washington's Use Of The Undocumented To "Reform Rape" US Taxpayers?

The whole insidious reform scam is about Washigton's decades-long rape of primarily the Mexican undocumented and then in turn the rape of US taxpayers.   If you want to get to the bottom of this corruption and insanity you will have to do some homework.

Washington's Amnesty and NAFTA despite their rhetoric to end illegal immigration created social and economic conditions in Mexico that pushed more undocumented people here than ever before.

Compare The Numbers

The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (Reagan's Amnesty) legalized some 2.9 million undocumented and initially cost the US taxpayers 900 million dollars.  Scroll down to Section 111 for initial funding:

Fast forward to today's Senate S. 744: Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act as they want to RPI legalize some 11.2 million undocumented with initial funding of $46,300,000,000 (billion) dollars. Scroll down to Section 6:

Initial costs of today's Washington Immigration reform is about 45 billion dollars more than the initial costs of Reagan's 1986 Amnesty.

The Insidious Mexican/US Economic Factors

Here is what they are not telling us:  Washington has sold our economic souls to Mexico and created a system of  profitized illegal immigration reform that rapes the undocumented in order to rape us.

Mexico and the US share 1.25 billon dollars a day in cross border trade.  Mexico is our number two source of oil and our third largest trading partner.  Over one million cars, trucks, and people legally cross the border from Mexico into the US daily.  Wal-Mart is Mexico's number one retailer and more US corn is sold in Mexico than Mexican corn.  Investors in the US invest more money in Mexico than any other country does in Mexico, and don't forget the US owned border factories and car manufacturers in Mexico.

On The Dark Mexican Side   

Mexico supplies the majority of illegal drugs to the US,  and also supplies the majority of undocumented to the US (60%).  Remittances from Mexico's US undocumented and supporters help the Mexican poor (40% of the population) survive. 

Since 2006 over 120,000 people have been slaughtered in the US backed drug war in Mexico while Harvard University coddles the puppet Mexican NAFTA/Drug War President Felipe Calderon .

The US sends tons of illegal drug cash and illegal guns to Mexico to feed US addictions to drugs and their addiction to money.  US and Global banks have been involved in laundering Mexican cartel drug profits.

The Hard Questions Washington Won't Address

Is it economically and physically possible to seal the US/Mexican Border?

Would Mexico's economy collapse if we did seal the border and stopped their illegal drugs and undocumented workers coming north?

Would the US economy collapse if Mexico's economy collapsed?

How many US border security and interior enforcement industrial jobs are created by illegal immigration to the US?

Why does Washington seldom if ever address Mexican poverty and violence as exacerbating factors to US illegal immigration from Mexico?


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