Men and women of wealth and in robes behind guarded walls and gates acting under color of authority are actively engaged in harming us. They are diverting your attention to symbols like walls instead of the harm they are persuading you to cause to yourself and your children and grandchildren.
Already inside American borders there are between 30 million and 60 million people who are here illegally. These people will add between $3 trillion and $ 6 trillion to the debt burden that is laid on American taxpayers over the next 10 years. The federal government’s IRS collects less than $ 4 trillion per year in taxes from all sources, and the Obama administration has been spending $1 trillion more each year on average than it is taking as taxes. In eight years, the Obama administration will have doubled the official US federal debt, doubled the debt accumulated by all previous administrations. The federal government has put American taxpayers in debt totaling $19 trillion today, officially, which does not include myriad unfunded liabilities like Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, and a long list of welfare programs to people, corporations, governments and international agencies and unknown commitments to “too big to fail” like the Federal Reserve. The U.S. is spending far beyond its means to repay.
The American people have allowed their government at all levels to spend far beyond our ability to repay, beyond even our grandchildren’s ability to repay. But that huge debt is not even the biggest part of our burden. An exhaustive detailing of the debt our government has laid upon its people is a subject for another paper. The point here is that more debt is harmful and that we are being harmed by holier-than-thou charlatans who are actively diverting your attention.
Most of these holier-than-thou charlatans have their income guaranteed for life. They want you to ignore the 90 million legal American citizens of working age who are unemployed, and to ignore the huge debt burden already on your shoulders and your children’s and grandchildren’s shoulders. They want to make you feel so guilty about the poor of the third world that you will take on even more debt, in the process harming yourself and your family and your fellow American who happens to be unemployed.
These wealthy charlatans in robes and under color of authority are leading you off the path of righteousness. God will never cause you to harm yourself or your family. God tells us to not be a debtor.
You are already helping to pay unemployment pay and other welfare benefits for millions of your fellow citizens who are unemployed, and you are paying for that with money that you have borrowed. You are already paying billions of dollars in welfare benefits to millions of illegal aliens already here, and you are paying that with money that you have borrowed. These charlatans want you to further increase your debt burden and bring in more people and support them with trillions of borrowed dollars. These charlatans, known as Popes, Presidents, Congressmen, men of God and candidates, want you to spend more than you will ever earn, more than your children and grandchildren will ever earn. In other words, they are trying to make you feel guilty so that you will harm yourself and your family.
And if you follow these charlatans, you and your family definitely will be harmed. You will be indentured for life. But, those charlatans, they will not be harmed. Their incomes are guaranteed for life. Most of them have guards to protect them and their families. They divert your attention to a wall and to a messenger, instead of focusing on the harm you will be doing to yourself, your family and your fellow Americans. They want you to shoot the messengers rather than to question the charlatans.
There would be no need for a wall or a fence if there were no sanctuary cities and welfare benefits to attract illegal immigrants here. There would be no need for a wall or a fence if there were no companies and government agencies firing Americans and hiring immigrants for lower wages. There is no reason for a wall, or for immigration and border patrol agencies, when there are sanctuary cities and companies where immigration laws are ignored. There is no reason for a Homeland Security Agency if the border is open and immigration laws are ignored. There is no reason for a Transportation Security Agency if the border is open and immigration laws are ignored. These agencies with their jackboot SWAT teams could be replaced by garbage collection and clean up squads to clean up after the inevitable chaotic and destructive mess that will be created by unassimilated people. You will be fighting off these people. The charlatans have their walls, their private airplanes and their guards. The agencies and police, no matter how well intentioned individual members might be, they will not be there in time to help you and probably they will not be allowed to identify the perpetrators.
God, nor any righteous man, causes anyone to harm themselves or their family. You harm yourself and your family by taking on more debt than you can repay in your lifetime. Debt is anathema to liberty. Allowing open borders, sanctuary cities and lawless immigration is taking on more debt than can ever be repaid. Americans would do well by God by helping ourselves overcome our already extensive debt and becoming able to help our fellow unemployed citizens, our veterans, our misguided youth, and the disadvantaged already among us.
God helps those who help themselves.
A bipartisan commission of the U.S. Congress led by civil rights icon Barbara Jordan, the late Congresswoman from Texas, a Democrat, prepared and issued recommendations which were endorsed by President Clinton. In addition to the recommendations listed below, the Jordan Commission called for cutting the LEGAL immigration level to 550,000 per year in total, about half of America’s current LEGAL immigration level, and halting illegal immigration. Congresswoman Jordan was very vigorous in her statements.
Here is a short video of Jordan is here: https://youtu.be/DDjzoyGp7rA
The Commission’s Guiding Principles
1) Clear goals and priorities must define U.S. immigration policy;
2) Effective policy means enforcement of immigration limits;
3) Regular review is needed to ensure flexibility to adjust to changing circumstances in the United States;
4) Immigration policy should be comprehensible and its implementation efficient;
5) Sponsors are responsible for ensuring that immigrants do not become burdens on the American taxpayer;
6) Immigration policy must protect U.S. workers against unfair competition from foreign workers, with an appropriately higher level of protection for the most vulnerable in our society;
7) Both temporary and permanent admissions categories must be seen as integral parts of a cohesive immigration policy;
8) A sound immigration policy supports Americanization, meaning that immigrants share with Americans such values as the belief in liberty, democracy, and equal opportunity;
9) Fundamental immigration reform requires a period of transition to get from the present system to the new one.
The Commission’s Recommendations
Following the above principles, the Commission recommended the creation of a “credible, coherent immigrant and immigration policy” and a “credible, efficient naturalization process” which included the following:
A scale back of family chain-migration by implementing a prioritization of nuclear family relationships to determine who will be admitted through family-based immigration. Spouses and minor children of US citizens would continue to be admitted as first priority.
Elimination of other family-based admission categories, including:
Adult, unmarried sons and daughters of U.S. citizens;
Adult, married sons and daughters of U.S. citizens;
Adult, unmarried sons and daughters of legal permanent residents, and;
Siblings of U.S. citizens.
A focus on the admission of highly-skilled individuals whose skills would benefit our society. Recommended the elimination of the admission of unskilled workers and elimination of the diversity visa lottery.
Immigration admissions level of 550,000 per year, to be divided as follows:
Nuclear family immigration 400,000;
Skill-based immigration 100,000;
Refugee resettlement 50,000.
Stressed that deportation is crucial. “Credibility in immigration policy can be summed up in one sentence: those who should get in, get in; those who should be kept out, are kept out; and those who should not be here will be required to leave.”
“We are a nation of immigrants, dedicated to the rule of law. That is our history – and it is our challenge to ourselves.…It is literally a matter of who we are as a nation and who we become as a people. E Pluribus Unum. Out of many, one. One people. The American people.”- Barbara Jordan, August 1995