Saturday, April 19, 2014

Washington Has Profitized The Illegal Immigration And Immigration Reform Industries

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Washington Has Profitized The Illegal Immigration And Immigration Reform Industries

Most Americans do not have the time to delve into Washington's illegal immigration and immigration reform policies and practices.  Most Americans trust Washington and trust that Washington has the true intention to fix "our" immigration problems. 

After working as a US Border Patrol/INS/ICE agent for 26 years and studying these subjects for another 9 years in retirement, I unequivocally say that in regards to illegal immigration and immigration reform polices and practices, Washington does not have US taxpayers'  best interests in mind. 

Despite what Washington politicians say and US laws to the contrary, large US corporations (agricultural, hotel/motel, food processing, construction etc.) use and profit from undocumented labor.  Combined with the need for labor, the undocumenteds' home countries (especially Mexico) depend upon billions in remittances being pumped back into their home economies to survive.

Then we have all of the jobs and unfathomable budgets allocated to immigration enforcement.  You do know that the Senate's already passed S744 "Comprehensive Immigration Reform" approved 46.3 billion more for border enforcement, right?  See Section 6

Bush Sr.'s and Clinton's NAFTA galvanized Washington's insidious economic relationship with the cartel-run Mexican government. and pushed the highest amount of undocumented here on record.

Read how our current VP and our US Department of State rave about "our" relationship with Mexico.  Pay particular attention to the 1.25 billion dollars a day in cross border trade.
Read about how our VP Biden rants and raves about our bi-national future and how he promises to the Mexican economic elite to bring the undocumented out of the shadows.

And to put their treacherous icing on their shameful cake of corruption, see how Harvard University coddles ex-Mexican "100,000 Drug War Dead", NAFTA puppet Felipe Calderon:

The undocumented are being raped for their cheap labor.  US taxpayers are being raped for billions of dollars in border security boodle that proves to be ineffective.  Washington's immigration reform does nothing to address Washington's own complicity in creating the economic conditions that push the undocumented here (poverty and disparity in wealth).

Millions more undocumented will undoubtedly follow in the shadows of this immigration reform push.  Thousands more will perish crossing the border Washington's US border security "hunger games" gets tougher to pass.  US citizens will continue to suffer the overcrowded hospital emergency rooms, losses of jobs, and unfair demographic changes to their home towns.

All of the above will continue unless we call Washington on the carpet for their deceitful immigration ways.


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