Tough Love for Mexico

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

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7 Responses to “Tough Love for Mexico”

  1. Digital Howie Says:

    I agree wholeheartedly. Presidents are supposed to protect our borders and when was the last President who did that? I know of none. If the President isn’t gonna follow what he says an oath to then America, as a whole, has to sit and watch an ongoing invasion of the worst the world has to offer.

  2. meatlights39 Says:

    Eisenhower rounded up the illegals. Yeah, that was a long time ago.

    Operation Wetback Parts II thru XX are needed now.

  3. Digital Howie Says:

    Eisenhower saw the future of America very well, the illegal invasion and the military industrial complex. Very smart man.

  4. Digital Howie Says:

    Unfortunately, it’s all come true. And he warned us and we ignored him. All wise men are ignored to the detriment of all.

  5. TashaTchin Says:

    A few well-placed neutron devices spread out around Mexico are what’s required. Thin out the Mexican population without destroying the infrastructure and the Mexicans will have enough work to keep them all at home and entice those here to return to their homeland.

  6. meatlights39 Says:

    I don’t hate Mexico or Mexicans with the exception of “reconquista” assholes who believe the USA “stole” Mexican land. These dickweeds are no small minority, they have leftist enablers all over the USA. The mayor of LA is an arrogant punkass Mexican traitor who was part of one of these racist organizations in his college days.

    The tragedy of the immigration fugazi is that it could and should have been stopped dead long, long ago. Eisenhower should’ve built the border walls, but in his era the populations of both countries were far smaller, the attitude of Mexicans crossing over to work was much less inflammatory, even humble, and there was no huge tempting welfare state.

    I don’t know when the ‘anchor baby’ insanity began but it is just that.

    We are being sold out by both sides in Washington…immigration is not just “another issue” it is THE issue, our national identity is at stake. We live in a time of racial cold wars which sooner or later will have to turn hot. Ted ‘Tumor’ Kennedy and all the other fucksticks that changed immigration laws for the worst in ’65 will long be dust by then. May they burn in Hell, etc.

  7. Don Pauly’s essay “Tough Love for Mexico” « Says:

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