Note: Experts like Mark Krikorian have already commented that this bill bears a striking resemblance to the failed amnesty deals of a decade ago – it may seem harsher, but much of the same print is there in just a slightly modified form.
I came across this DACA deal a few hours ago, and immediately went through conflicting feelings of optimism and paranoia.
The bill as written sounds halfway decent at first glance – who doesn’t want to end chain migration, the visa lottery, and at the same time devote billions upon billions to the construction of a legitimate border wall (some Dreamer Beaner citizenship is nearly a fair trade).
But at the same time, I’ve become old enough and experienced enough with ZOG to understand that a sudden and complete victory doesn’t usually come about – there are just too many variables to expect us to get a huge chunk of our agenda passed with the stroke of a pen.
And shockingly, Steve Bannon’s old gig seems to agree with me, and I think everyone needs to pay some attention to what they’ve uncovered about this alleged “White Pill.”
President Donald Trump’s new “framework” amnesty plan would provide citizenship to at least 1.8 million illegals — but would not allow any beneficial reduction in cheap-labor immigration until 2027.
The pro-business plan, leaked to Washington insiders this afternoon, asks progressive Democrats and business-first Republicans to accept a trade-off: Amnesty for at least 1.8 million illegals in exchange for a border wall, end chain-migration and ending the visa lottery.
But the loopholes are huge — and those loopholes will flood the labor market for another decade, so helping Wall Street by cooling the current worker shortage which is now raising Americans’ wages.
For example, the lottery program would be ended, but the 50,000 lottery visas per year would be given to other migrants, so doing nothing to reduce the wage-lowering inflow of cheap labor.
Wait, so we’re just going to play a bait and switch with these 50,000 foreigners, and instead pass their visas on groups like the Apus and Krishnas of the H1 programs?
I mean, I think it’s great that we may slash the odds of getting truckers of peace in the country, but to instead lose even more technical jobs to the Third World?
Not cool, (((Mr. Miller))).
Not cool at all.
More importantly, chain-migration would formally end immediately, but everyone on the huge waiting list would be allowed into the United States. That pipeline of pending chain-migration immigrants includes roughly 4 million people — many of whom will depend on taxpayer funds because they are either unskilled or too old to work. That population is enough to keep the chain-migration pipeline open for another ten years, which means the public only gains a benefit if the alliance of business groups and progressives somehow fails to expand other areas of the immigration system during the next ten years.
By 2027, we’ll be somewhere around the 55% mark demographically, will have lost even more governmental influence, and will likely be in a position where the entirety of this bill will be subject to remodeling and revocation because racism.
Not to mention the fact I’ve reiterated time and time again that courts often decide the exact definition of “chain migration,” and have been known to extend amnesties exponentially – see the aftermath of “muh Reagan.”
Experts on immigration have already calculated that a time period far in excess of ten years will be needed to process all those on backlog – further delays on the new Shithole Americans depending on variables like funding, competency of government employees, and lawsuits.
But whatever on all that – just let everybody that’s currently in line enter the country with no serious repercussions.
Under the framework plan, the population to be amnestied is set at 1.8 million by expanding the number of people beyond the 700,000 people now enrolled in the DACA program.
That expansion also means the federal government would have to correctly identify each claimant, verify their weak or disputed claims of eligibility — and also successfully defeat a myriad number of lawsuits suits by fraudsters trying to win the huge prize of American citizenship. In the 1980s, a similar plan to provide green cards to an estimated population of 400,000 farmworkers eventually provided green cards to 1 million people who claim to be farm-workers, including an Egyptian cabby in New York who used his green card to train overseas for the first bombing attack against the Twin Towers in 1993.
Even Breitbart acknowledges what I mentioned above – I’ve personally known Hispanics in the Northeastern cities who got their citizenship by pulling fraud back in the day.
If fully completed, the $25 billion border wall might halve legal immigration, so keeping roughly 150,000 foreign workers from sneaking into the labor market. But that inflow is far below the continued legal inflow of 1.1 million legal immigrants, not counting the population of roughly 3 million short-term visa workers.
Even the wall will be subject to surveys meant to prevent eminent domain seizures and “environmental disturbances” – this is done by labeling any moneys as “trust fund” accounts.
Prove that the Goyim need to access the money, and the Sanhedrin will make the final determination.
In layman’s terms, that means you’ll need dozens of expensive fund-draining commissions to determine whether desert squirrels and earthworms could face hardship if construction entered their habitats.
It’s a mess of a bill, and this is why I encourage everybody of a Nationalist slant to pay attention to the fine details before coming to judgement.
Keep your understanding of how our government operates in the forefront of your mind, and try your hardest to ignore the White Pill brigades – they oftentimes seem to forget that we’re dealing with a dominant class consisting of amoral cucks and a parasitic people with a genetic drive to sow chaos and subversion.