Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Washington's Comprehensive Immigration Reform Attempt's To Use 11.2 Million Undocumented To Rape US Taxpayers

Washington's Comprehensive Immigration Reform Attempts To Use 11.2 Million Undocumented To Rape US Taxpayers

You have to be willing to consider worst possible case scenario here in order to discover what Washington's immigration reform is really about. 

To understand the motives behind Washington's immigration reform you have to think along the lines of the lies of the Iraq War, The Mortgage Meltdown AKA Great Recession of 2008, our 40+ year long "War on Drugs" and our failed US healthcare system.  

What do all four exemplary subjects have in common with Washington's Comprehensive Immigration Reform?

Someone is not only taking in - but making - a ton of tax payers' money off of problems that our own Government creates and perpetuates.

You need to understand Washigton's mindset and motives concerning its economic ties with Mexico.  Read "Remarks by Vice President Joe Biden at the U.S.-Mexico High Level Economic Dialogue" delivered September 20, 2013 in Mexico"

Biden blabs on and on about the wonders of NAFTA and how bright our economic future with Mexico is. Yet check out these disturbing NAFTA articles:

Buried in Biden's fawning over our bi-national economic love affair with Mexico, Biden gets to the issue of the undocumented:

"With regard to immigration, let me make two things absolutely clear.  It is not only from the perspective of the President, myself and the American people a matter of justice, respect, and according dignity to all people to bring 11 million undocumented men, women, and children out of the shadows, but it’s also overwhelmingly in the self-interest, the economic self-interest of the United States."


America:  do you see the writing on Washington's (border) wall?  Biden raves about NAFTA while NAFTA caused the largest influx of undocumented into the US ever (from 3 million to 11.2 million) then promises his Mexican counterparts that we will bring those (NAFTA) undocumented "out of the shadows"?


Tragically and ironically Biden says absolutely nothing about Mexican poverty and/or their disparity in wealth that will without a doubt continue to push undocumented people here.  Nor does he say one word about Mexico's ongoing, horrific, US backed drug war that has claimed the lives of well over 100,000 people - the majority of which were innocent bystanders.

Side note:  In April of 2012 the same Bill Clinton of NAFTA fame met with Harvard Kennedy School of Government big wigs and rich lady Gianna Angelopoulos in order to tout Harvard's First Angelopoulos Global Leader's program.

Hold on to your seats!  Guess who Harvard selected as their first recipient of that lucrative award?
"Fleeing His Own War on Drugs, Felipe Calderón Finds Refuge at Harvard"

Taking into consideration Mexican illegal immigration, undocumented deaths on our border, and over 100,000 drug war dead, one would have to be an idiot to not see the bi-national back $cratching that is going on here.

Back to VP Biden and Washington's current attempt at immigration "reform".  The Senate did pass S. 744: Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act:

Please - if nothing else - read Section 6 "Comprehensive Immigration Reform Funds".  Once you get past the initial $46,300,000,000 start up costs shock - take a close look at

(C) Program Implementation (i) $50,000,000 to carry out the activities referenced in section 1104(a)(1).  That will intentionally bounce you around a bit but eventually you will see that the illustrious "Gang of 8" leader John McCain will get $200,000,000 for his beloved Arizona Tucson Border Patrol Sector and the continuation of "Operation Streamline's" simultaneous rape of the undocumented and US taxpayers.

Well despite the somewhat confusing path I am back to VP Biden's quote from above. Yes, Joe, you are right.  The start up price of $46,300,000,000 tax payer dollars "to bring these people out of the shadows" is certainly to the interest of someone in the US (but not US taxpayers).


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