Things are deteriorating on our southern border.
The Obama administration’s open doors (and zero enforcement) policy is being openly touted in Central American newspapers, prompting the already overwhelming flood to get even bigger. Temporary facilities are overcrowded, overrun, and undermanned, and sickness is spreading, including staph infections, chicken pox, and more. Illegal immigrants are being shipped back and forth, causing even more legal violations. Some photos of the holding facilities leaked out, and now border patrol agents are being threatened with losing their jobs. It’s almost become a party to some of them:
According to the Los Angeles Times, Yoselin Ramos, an illegal immigrant from Guatemala who was with “20 other families with children,” actually “had looked forward to being caught,” telling the outlet that “at one point even waving down federal helicopters — because of the welcoming treatment they had assumed they would receive.”
In their home countries south of the border, reports have been circulating that illegal immigrants, especially those with children, will be allowed to stay in the United States “indefinitely.” Ramos said she decided to make the trek to the United States after hearing reports “that parents will not be detained in the U.S. if they arrive with a child.”
The cause of this calamity is obvious:
Jan Brewer, the conservative Republican governor of Arizona, described the conditions at the shelter in Nogales as “dire”. She urged people to ask the Obama administration “the reason for this massive influx of illegal crossings and the cost to taxpayers for having to deal with the crisis created by the President”.
And in the meantime, the Obama administration is meeting with illegal immigrant activists. This is a deliberate act on the part of the Obama administration, and there are a number of layers here. Let’s peel back the onion a bit.
First, we’ve discussed before the notion that granting another mass amnesty is tantamount to the electoral suicide of the Republican party. It’s also no secret — though you wouldn’t know it by looking at the mainstream media’s coverage — that Obama has released tens of thousands of illegal immigrant hardened criminals, convicted of murder, rape, and kidnapping. A couple years ago, the Obama administration even sued the state of Arizona for simply attempting to enforce its own immigration laws. Clearly, Obama wants loads of illegals in the country, and doesn’t care how well educated, skilled, or invested they are.
On the contrary, the Democrats need more and more people wholly dependent upon government largesse in order to have any chance at success in elections. You can only cheat so much in any given election, after all, and though the Dems have gotten quite good at it over the past few years, it’s not the sort of thing that can be done on a national level without drawing some attention. Plus, let’s be honest – with millions of potential liberals being aborted every year, and with more adult Americans waking up to the destructive and anti-American policies Obama has been putting in place and leaning away from them, their long-term political base isn’t getting bigger quickly.
A new influx is needed, and here it is.
The most insidious part is that Obama and the Democrats are once again using children to manipulate the nation. Notice the key piece of the newspaper reports above – children and parents of young children will be allowed to stay indefinitely. Whether that statement is accurate or not, that’s the carrot. They’re deliberately targeting children for the arduous and dangerous trek north from Mexico and Central America. They’re deliberately enticing children and young families to employ coyotes and human traffickers to bring them to the border, or even across it. The question is: why?
Because it’s extremely hard for anyone to deny children with a chance at health, security, and happiness.
The narrative has been set over the past couple of years that Republicans are evil, they hate everyone, and they’re heartless thugs. The incompetence of the Republican leadership has allowed this narrative to blossom, preferring a congenial “bipartisan” approach and trying to play nice. In effect, they’ve stripped off what little armor they had, turned around, and bent over to allow Obama and the Dems to shove the knife in cleanly and without effort, over and over again. So, just wait – any day now, we’ll start hearing about how all of these children simply must be taken care of, simply must be given amnesty (because it’s not their fault, you know), simply must be welcomed in and promptly put on the government welfare rolls. To do anything else would be heartless, cruel, and subhuman, and anyone who thinks otherwise must surely be a demonic beast from the gates of Hell itself. Just wait, it won’t be long.
Here’s the thing. Just once I’d like to see the same rich liberals decrying any Republican questioning the wisdom of welcoming hundreds of thousands — heck, it’ll probably be millions by the time this is over — more unhealthy, uneducated, unskilled illegal immigrants into the country and putting them onto welfare put his money where his mouth is. Let’s send all of these illegal immigrant children to wander the streets of Washington DC or New York, where they certainly have enough money to simply adopt them, care for them, and raise them. Surely that would be the humane thing to do, yes? It’ll never happen.
Here’s another interesting theory put forward by none other than Rush Limbaugh, who was the first person to openly profess that he hoped Barack Obama failed:
Do you remember there was a program that Obama and Eric Holder conceived of that was called Fast and Furious? Do you remember that? Know what that was? That was a long time ago. People may have forgotten Fast and Furious. Here’s the upshot of Fast and Furious.
The Obama administration really wanted a serious attack on the Second Amendment, and they wanted that attack to come from the American people. They wanted the American people to get mad at the wanton use of weapons such as on schools and wherever they had them. They knew that they didn’t have the political ability on their own to survive politically if they just issued an executive order wiping out the Second Amendment.
If they could do that, they would.
So they had to devise some scheme that — in their hopes and dreams — would get the American people just fit to be tied/outraged over the existence of guns. So the short version of the story is that the Regime allowed massive amounts of weapons to be purchased from gun stores in southern states, predominantly Arizona, and let those weapons then get walked across border into Mexico, where they ended up in the hands of people in drug cartels.
Those are bad people. They’re very mean people.
In fact, all of that happened.
A US Border Patrol agent ended up being shot by someone using one of those guns, as well as 200 other people who were shot. Some died. And the purpose of Fast and Furious was to create this impression in the minds the American people, “Guns are so out of control that a drug gang can cross the border and go to a gun store and buy up 10 or 20 of ’em at a time and go back to the cartel headquarters in Mexico and start killing people!
“We’ve gotta do something!” That’s what they wanted to create. The problem was the drug cartels were not crossing the border and buying the guns. The Obama administration was arranging for the guns to be bought and then transported to Mexico, and then they sat around and waited for the drug cartels and the other bad guys to start using guns that were easily traceable to American gun stores.
They wanted the American people to be outraged, but not at them. They didn’t intend for any of that to be learned. All they wanted was the news to be filled with stories about guns, easily obtained in American gun stores, getting into the hands of drug cartel thugs being used to shoot innocent people. The thought was that you would rise up in righteous indignation and demand instant brand-new gun control laws where everybody who had a gun would have to surrender it.
It backfired, didn’t work. The truth was learned, and everything I told you became public knowledge. Well, I think it’s possible the same type of scheme is in play here with these kids, these refugee kids. I think maybe the Regime is thinking along the same lines. It’s possible. Just an idea. You flood the southwestern United States with tens of thousands of the essence of innocence: Young children.
By definition, not self-sufficient; by definition, totally dependent; by definition, without their parents. You create, hopefully, in the public mind an outcry of outrage and sympathy. “How could we allow this to happen? We must do amnesty!” It could well be they’re thinking the same theoretical thoughts with this as they did with Fast and Furious.
That’s the charitable analysis, I might say. The truth is probably far more penetrating than that. But if you want to cut ’em some slack then you could say, “Well, they’re just trying to repeat Fast and Furious with illegal immigrant children instead of guns.” That could well be. But if you look at this through the prism of it being an election year, it all falls apart and doesn’t make sense.
Why would a Democrat president willingly attach himself to this policy by either encouraging it or not do anything to stop it in an election year when you figure most people are gonna make the party responsible for this pay? That’s why I throw out the idea this has any election year applications or implications. I think there’s something far different going on by this, and I think it’s all rooted, ladies and gentlemen, in the fact that Obama only has 2-1/2 years left and it’s crunch time.
Maybe it’s time to panic?
And remember Cloward-Piven? You remember that? What’s the point of Cloward-Piven? These are two professors, sociologists at Columbia who also did not like America, and their theory to destroy the country was to simply overwhelm the welfare system to the point that it couldn’t handle it any longer. That’d create millions of people literally wandering the streets with nothing — no money, no food — because the government simply can’t take care of all of them.
It was their way of discrediting capitalism and illustrating capitalism is a giant failure, by overwhelming the socialist welfare system. Well, within the context of Cloward-Piven, what might we say about flooding the zone of southwestern America with young children who are, by definition, uneducated; by definition, poor; by definition, not self-reliant?
What would you say? I mean, we’re a compassionate people. They get sick, we’re gonna take care of them. They can’t eat, we’re gonna feed them. They can’t find water, we’re gonna give them whatever, right? We’re a compassionate country. But we don’t have the resources for this anymore, do we?
It all fits perfectly, does it not? We know that Obama thinks America is nothing special, and his actions and words during his time in office have displayed a casual disregard for the Constitution and American tradition that no other President before has even remotely approached. We know he’s a dedicated student of Saul Alinsky (so is Hillary Clinton, for what it’s worth), whose philosophy inspired Cloward and Piven. The dots are starting to connect, are they not?
This President appears to be trying to destroy the foundations of America from the inside out. To be fair, he was pretty open about it back before he was elected in 2008. He promised precisely that, in fact:
Notice he was already addressing Wall Street, health care, class warfare, and changing the fundamental nature of the country. Most Americans just had no idea what he meant when he said it.
There’s my two cents.