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  • Steven L. Robinson
    (Unexpected - and chilling - candor from from the Christian Right on how to solve the immigration question. SR) Against a fence ... Vox Day 2006
    Message 1 of 1 , May 16, 2006
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      (Unexpected - and chilling - candor from from the Christian Right on how to
      solve the immigration question. SR)

      Against a fence

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      Vox Day

      2006 WorldNetDaily.com


      Dear Jorge plans to address the nation tonight, a speech wherein he will
      almost surely attempt to deceive citizens into believing that he does not
      wish the mass migration from Mexico to continue unabated. He will likely
      offer some negligible resources for law enforcement and border security -
      resources which will never materialize - in return for an amnesty program
      that will grant American citizenship to the Mexican nationals who have
      helped lower America's wage rates by 16 percent over the last 32 years.

      And he will be lying, again, just as he lied when he said: "Massive
      deportation of the people here is unrealistic - it's just not going to
      work."

      Not only will it work, but one can easily estimate how long it would take.
      If it took the Germans less than four years to rid themselves of 6 million
      Jews, many of whom spoke German and were fully integrated into German
      society, it couldn't possibly take more than eight years to deport 12
      million illegal aliens, many of whom don't speak English and are not
      integrated into American society.

      In fact, the hysterical response to the post-rally enforcement rumors tends
      to indicate that the mere announcement of a massive deportation program
      would probably cause a third of that 12 million to depart for points south
      within a week.

      The complete absurdity of stating that enforcement of the national
      immigration laws is unrealistic, while simultaneously insisting that
      reshaping the entire Dar-al Islam to the liking of the World Demokratic
      Revolutionists is perfectly feasible, should be obvious. Dear Jorge's
      deceits are not only transparent, they are downright insulting to anyone
      capable of considering two concepts at the same time.

      Unlike the Libertarian Party, I do not subscribe to a two-way open-borders
      policy, for reasons I explained previously. I do, however, believe that the
      chief hallmark of a free society is the freedom to leave it, as evidenced by
      the "no exit" policies so often adopted by socialist and other totalitarian
      governments.

      The problem with a fence is that it works both ways. As it stands today, the
      only government agency that objects to an American leaving the country is
      the Internal Revenue Service, which weirdly attempts to claim income tax for
      up to 10 years after an American leaves the country and his citizenship
      behind. This is mostly because apart from the farsighted Fred Reed, few
      Americans now wish to leave what is still a wealthy and relatively free
      country.

      But that may not always be the case, especially given the increasing
      probability that the Lizard Queen will be squatting on the Cherry Blossom
      Throne three years from now. And a government that believes the importation
      of low-skill, low-income Mexicans is necessary is not one that is likely to
      smile benevolently upon the departure of high-skill, high-income Americans.

      Dialectic has long been the political elite's favored means of manipulating
      public opinion. They push and the people pull. Action-reaction-synthesis. In
      this case, the action is government-abetted illegal immigration, the
      reaction is the massive outcry for a fence and the synthesis is a
      self-imprisoned people.

      A fence is not necessary, for there are other means of efficiently resolving
      the problem without resorting to such an obviously dangerous measure.
      Instant deportation policies, employer fines and bounty programs combined
      with the denial of all social services to non-citizens would suffice to
      settle the matter without the need to imprison the American citizenry. As
      the Minutemen have proven, again, unleashing the power of motivated private
      citizens is far more efficient than relying on government bureaucrats.

      http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=50198

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