My opinion, with respect to emigration, is, that, except of useful Mechanics and some particular descriptions of men or professions, there is no need of encouragement.
And then there’s the question of immigration. Of course, I can quite understand why the champagne socialists are worried about the plight of poor Ndjama. His village has been sacked by rebels, he has nowhere to live and nothing to eat. Of course they would want him to have a home in Britain. Fundamentally, they are good people with big hearts. But mostly they want Ndjama to come here because when he does, he’s not going to be living in their street.
A nation without borders is not a nation.
High among the costs of immigration is the appearance among us of diseases that never before afflicted us and the sudden reappearance of contagious diseases that researchers and doctors had eradicated long ago. Malaria, polio, hepatitis, tuberculosis and such rarities of the Third World as dengue fever, Chagas’ Disease and leprosy are surfacing here …
What can be said for a man who would allow his home to be invaded by strangers who demanded they be fed, clothed, housed, and granted the rights of the first-born? What can be said for a ruling elite that permits this to be done to the nation, and who celebrate it as a milestone of moral progress?
We have a problem here in Arizona that local law officials and local government and our federal officials fail to recognize — that we have a border problem out here … We’ve had raging battles down our freeways where rival drug gangs have shot it out with themselves, endangering people.
The only ‘shared history’ Europeans have with Muslims is being at the receiving end of more than 1,300 years of Jihad warfare.
Immigration: A senator offers a ‘stabilization’ bill.
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If making it easy to be an illegal alien isn’t enough, how about offering a reward for being an illegal immigrant? No sane country would do that, right? Guess again. If you break our laws by entering this country without permission and give birth to a child, we reward that child with U.S. citizenship and guarantee a full access to all public and social services this society provides — and that’s a lot of services.