Federal government helping deported illegal immigrants start new businesses

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/04/15/its-all-your-money-us-aiding-business-start-ups-for-illegal-aliens.html?intcmp=hpbt1

I am not against this. Helping make people be solvent and successful in their own country not only keeps them from being an illegal immigrant but help others around them by, hopefully, providing jobs. It also makes the nation more solvent, fights crime and keeps the US military home to prevent a failed nation.

This is more like foreign aid that is actually used as it should be instead of being pocketed by local govt officials or other corrupt agencies, like some of the NGO’s that pocket 90% for “overhead”

The argument what the money could do to help Border Patrol is valid. But if more illegal immigrants stay home and build a business and make their community a better place, then there is less need for Border Patrol and keeps Border Patrol agents safer.
The whole goal is make home a better place to be

Some might say that this only encourages illegal immigration, perhaps it does but it is also Darwinian selection of those most fit to survive and prevail. The people that make the crossing are usual the most intelligent, the most determined, the kind that builds – and given the chance spreads prosperity around them

In the article Rand Paul says, “Once we deport them, we set them up in business? It makes no sense to me,” which, to me means Paul fails to think it through and is about scoring ideological points

Shawn Moran, vice president of the National Border Patrol Council, only sees more budget for Border Patrol, but not making those officers safer by illegals staying home and focusing resources on the real danger – drugs.

Border Patrol has to sort the sheep from the wolves and it distracts them from the people, drug smugglers, that would do the real harm. So 50k, the same amount a rookie Border Patrol officer makes, seems cheap to help keep that officer alive and focused on the real threat. And at the same helping make a foreign country stable and safe. Isn’t that what America does best?

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An Apocalypse Of Need

Society always finds a way to express it’s fears though not always in a straightforward manner.

Consider the popularity of Zombie movies. I think most people are worried about the end of the world and a zombie apocalypse reflects that. Simple enough, but I was watching a promo for “The Walking Dead” and had a thought, what if the zombie hoards represent the unending immigrant waves crushing Europe and North America?

In a time where what the American dream has become is a “no vacancy” sign because all the free land that contributed to what America offered is gone. In essence, there is just enough to go around and there are hoards of people surging in that never contributed, insisting, based on human rights, that they are entitled to a share.

So you have an ever increasing number of people to house and feed and less to do it with till everyone is dragged down to fighting for survival. And, supposedly, climate change will make it worse with everyone trying to converge on the green areas.

And regardless of climate change or anything else, there are more people and fewer jobs and the ability to support the ever growing number of people diminishes till finally there is an apocalypse of need that forces a drastic reduction of the number of people on the planet.

Some people call the drastic reduction of people the “coming of days” and the end of the world. I call it closing a chapter of history and starting a new one . . . . after the new Dark Ages are over in 500 years or so.

Immigrants: No Vacancy

Due to political, economic and cultural changes, countries are hanging out the “no vacancy” sign for would be immigrants. 

In Europe it is a rising sense of nationalism and economics that this article gives a sense of. The economics is that “natives” are losing jobs to immigrants that will work for less. The nationalism is that the native genotype is either being swamped by new ethic groups or the birth rate for natives is not keeping up with the death rate. The lesson of Kosovo and the breakaway provinces of Georgia is not lost on anyone facing an immigrant teal wave

The countries being swamped by immigrants are seeing their culture mutate into something they don’t recognize and don’t like. But for Europe they are in-between a rock and a hard place. The native genotype is diminishing and to be able to staff businesses and maintain their manufacturing base, they need immigrants they don’t want.

In the United States the problem is the American Dream and just what it means and if it’s still viable. My answer to that is “no”. The American Dream was built on the availability of land and to be able to put a person’s old life behind them and start over. 

The land, intended for farming and ranching, is no longer available like it was. The federal govt made land available for free to populate the nation. Now you have to buy it from whoever owns the land and what land is designated as federal land is basically off-limits. And most of the immigrants head for the cities, not farms and ranches, where the only thing they can do is get a job, not ownership.

The ability to start over is over. It use to be you could change your name and assume a new identity and get lost in the vastness of the nation. There’s too many people for that now. And with modern technology, you bring your past with you.

The planet has no place for immigrants to go now. People are going to have to realize that they have to fix the problems of where they are rather trying to find something new.

And the world has to see that immigrants are creating a new right-wing political push that does not bode well for anyone. Fascism is on the rise in Europe again and it’s not just one country this time, it’s the whole of Europe. And if it fully develops, the Russians will take steps

Thousands of illegal immigrants already released, according to report

‎”The later government statement also criticized AP’s reporting as “ill-informed, inaccurate information” and complained that AP had failed to contact the agency before publishing what it called a “misguided headline,” although the AP had noted its unsuccessful efforts to contact Mead directly by telephone and email.”

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And the administration picks on another news agency – this really seems like Nixon all over again. As for Janet . . . like really, honey, you had no clue about what your dept was doing?