Instead where all of them want to go is either Europe or the United States. Better places to live without a doubt – and the U.S. was founded and maintained by people like me.
I wonder what these immigrants think about these places being overwhelming Christian (oh, wait, I know – they’re going to blame their poverty and backwards on these countries).
I also don’t know how many of these immigrants are on welfare but I’ve heard a little over 40%, which is an astonishing number. Fat chance of their getting any welfare in any Muslim country. I doubt it even exists.
Obama (now gone and thank God for that) had made a deal with Australia to take 1500 Syrian refugees now staying on an island – because Australia doesn’t want them.
Trump said he’d honor the deal made by a President but doesn’t want to. But I’m sure there will never be a deal like that again – that’s why Trump demolished the globalist Hillary (and why he put an end to the political aspirations of the globalist Bush Crime Family).
I sometimes think there is something wrong with rich countries founded and maintained by white people. Some people say it’s some sort of bizarre pathological altruism among many whites. Personally I don’t know. But the U.S in some ways takes better care of immigrants – illegal or not – than it does of its own citizens.
The only purpose of any government is to give its citizens the best life possible. That means protecting “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.”
I once, many years ago, told some POS Nigerian liar and thief (which is what most of them) to “get out of my county.” He asked me where I was from, and I responded, “I’m from here – something you’re not and never will be."
Some Americans apparently don’t realize there are people with alien mentalities. They apparently believe everyone wants to be American – which they don’t.
Can you imagine the U.S. truly being a “multicultural nation”? It’d be a catastrophe and would probably collapse in bloodshed, death and destruction.
I once met a Korean immigrant who ended up moving to California. He thought it’d be a bunch of blond surfers (apparently he was raised on those Frankie and Annette beach party movies from the early ‘60s). He told me he was stunned that it wasn’t anything like he expected – instead in some ways it was a Third World hellhole.
I have mentioned before that rich people who can afford it generally live in the hills and poorer people live in the valleys. I’ve also mentioned before the movie Elysium, in which the uber-rich live in a Beverly Hills in space and everyone else lives on a poverty-stricken Earth.
And since art imitates life, then obviously these bad things already exist on earth. I just hope they don’t get any worse.
It’s a cliché but clichés wouldn’t exist unless there was truth to them. In this case, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”