The Disingenuous Debate Over Illegal Aliens
(below. Illuminati press campaigns for “amnesty.”)
dis·in·gen·u·ous: not candid or sincere, typically by pretending that one knows less about something than one really does.
Why is there no middle way between amnesty and deportation? Why not give many of the 11 million “illegals” in the US “guest worker” status?
The immigration debate is disingenuous because America has been subverted by the Illuminati, a Masonic Jewish satanic cult. Its goal is to use immigration to dilute and destroy the European Christian heritage of the US and the West in general.
by Henry Makow Ph.D.
These policies are normally associated with the Obama Administration; but aside from the Tea Party, the GOP endorses them as well. On Monday, Jeb Bush told Fox News’ Megan Kelly that we need to show respect for illegal immigrants. We need to “fix the system so that legal immigration is easier than illegal immigration and show some respect for people.”
THE ILLUMINATI AGENDA
Both parties are following the Masonic One World Race agenda. In his book Praktischer Idealismus (Practical Idealism), Illuminati insider and EU founder Richard Nikolaus von Coudenhove-Kalergi laid out this vision of the future:
“Instead of destroying European Jewry, Europe, against its own will, refined and educated this people into a future leader-nation through this artificial selection process. No wonder that this people, that escaped Ghetto-Prison, developed into a spiritual nobility of Europe. Therefore a gracious Providence provided Europe with a new race of nobility by the Grace of Spirit. This happened at the moment when Europe’s feudal aristocracy became dilapidated, and thanks to Jewish emancipation.”
THE EXAMPLE OF CANADA
There are between about 400,000 official temporary foreign workers in Canada.
They are only allowed to stay four years. On April 1, the deadline came up for about 70,000 and there was an outcry from both workers and the businesses that employ them.
“Our policy is that Canadians should come first for Canadian jobs,” Employment Minister Pierre Poilievre said. “The April 1st deadline has been known for a very long time, and the purpose of the program is for it to be temporary. That’s why they’re called temporary foreign workers.”
Businesses should increase their wage rates and hire Canadians if they’re struggling to fill positions, he added.
THE US EXPERIENCE
Why is there no middle way between amnesty and deportation? Why not give “illegals” status as “guest workers?” I put this question to my Senior Correspondent Richard Evans who works with illegals in Texas:
“They do deport them, and it does take a decade or more for them to get citizenship. It’s just that there are so many of them, so many loopholes, and so many NGO’s such as the Catholics to harbor them, that most can go for years without getting caught.
It could all be solved – I personally think if they asked them just fill out a form to get a very EZ ‘guest worker’ visa, and provided them free bus transportation to and from the border, under the supervision of Mexican border agents, that would deal with the matter the way it actually IS. They’re here. I see them working here every day putting up the new houses that going up like mushrooms around here. They are ubiquitous, part of the scenery.
The Media always glamorizes things and makes things black and white. Media portrays “the Immigrants” as if they were Rousseau’s ‘Noble Savage’. In reality they’re like any mass of humanity; they range from nice people to criminals.
But I must say something that nobody ever says, but it’s bloody obvious. These are the kind of people who would have never left their ancestral villages had their way of life not become unsustainable by corporate development and exploitation of labor by the dictatorships of the elites that own those countries.
Our government cut deals to get what they wanted from Mexico’s patrons and Central America’s elites to provide a steam valve for public pressure. Millions of Mexicans spend part of the year taking our money into the Mexican economy. If they couldn’t do that, there would have been several revolutions in Mexico since 1980.
Richard has personal experience:
Immigration; it’s a quagmire. I’m in the thick of it. Not only do I live in a “Sanctuary City” that’s a staging area for millions of illegals moving north and east, or staying. Half the people in this city don’t speak English.
I also go into poor people’s homes for a Catholic charity that helps them. So I know a lot about them.
If it were in my power, I’d close the borders as it was in 1965; when a man who never worked a day in his life, introduced the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965. That bill went into into effect on June 30, 1968 under the name the Hart-Celler Act.
How did it work? Nations control immigration by setting a quota on how many immigrants may enter the country each year. When I had to drive through Canadian customs in the late 1980’s, I was warned that unlike the USA, Canada doesn’t tolerate migrants, and given exactly three days permission to visit Vancouver.
I also learned that in the US well educated people from Europe or Iran, or Russia, are watched like hawks by the INF (Immigration service) and deported if their papers expire. Now I arrange to pledge church money to cover rent and utilities for “immigrants” whom the local police aren’t allowed to ask for a visa. Where’s the INF now?