Archive for May 18th, 2008

Tough Love for Mexico

Sunday, 18 May 2008

The essay Tough Love for Mexico has been updated and deserves a much wider audience (which it can’t get from meatlights, ha ha ha).

The problem with most of author Don Pauly’s plans is they would require an official declaration of war to carry them out. It’s all right with me if the only way to save the USA is to make Mexico want to be a better person at gunpoint but I’m, ahem, in the minority.

Realistically, Pauly’s simple, brilliant designs are unworkable because there are no longer enough patriots in the USA to support it. It’s too late.

The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, heavily endorsed by Ted ‘Swim’ Kennedy, shifted American immigration from educated European nations to third world shitholes, and that was just LEGAL immigration, you know how the rest turned out.

Because of the failure to honor the rule of law, it’s now going to require nothing less than civil war to survive the ongoing Mexican invasion, lawlessness to defeat a greater lawlessness.

“History, it seems, is not without a sense of irony.” — El Morpheus