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The Democrats’ Open Borders Conspiracy

The hatred of certain so-called progressive Democrats for America, especially white America, is a subject hardly worth debating. This is best summed up in a nutshell with Hillary Clinton’s now infamous “basket of deplorables” quote, which meant in effect anyone who doesn’t vote “for me” is a bigot.

While like Elizabeth Warren, Mrs Clinton has a well-deserved reputation for speaking with forked tongue, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (pictured) and her fellow travellers mean what they say. And not only are they intent on bringing it about, but they are half way there.

Recently, Tucker Carlson broadcast a thirteen and a half minute segment on the New Way Forward Act and related issues. This pending bill has received almost no publicity, he said. You don’t have to listen to Tucker’s rant, you can read the bill yourself. H.R. 5383 purports to be a bill to “reform the process for enforcing the immigration laws of the United States, and for other purposes”.

Introduced last December, it would, if passed as drafted, virtually abolish any sort of control over the people allowed to enter the United States. For example, paragraph (6) says there will be special rules for VULNERABLE PERSONS AND PRIMARY CAREGIVERS, and vulnerable means?

Anyone under 21 or over 60; anyone – presumably any woman – who is pregnant; anyone who identifies as lesbian, gay (presumably homosexual), bisexual, transgender, or intersex; a victim or witness of a crime (including dropping litter?);  who has filed a nonfrivolous civil rights claim in Federal or State court; who has a serious mental or physical illness or disability (give us your poor, your wretched, and your defectives); who has been determined by an asylum officer in an interview conducted under section 235(b)(1)(B) to have a credible fear of persecution or a reasonable fear of persecution; who has limited English language proficiency and is not provided access to appropriate and meaningful language services in a timely fashion. Finally, anyone who has been determined by an immigration judge or the Secretary of Homeland Security to be experiencing severe trauma or to be a survivor of torture or gender-based violence, based on information obtained during intake, from the alien’s attorney or legal service provider, or through credible self-reporting.

That last category alone would lead to the admission of almost anyone because it is a standard ploy of female illegal immigrants to claim they were raped by soldiers or police officers in their own countries.

The purposes of Titles VI and VII of the bill are stated candidly to repeal migration criminal laws and to give those actually deported the right to “come home”.

And if you oppose any of the above you can only be racist, right? No other country on Earth has or would attempt to introduce such a bill, although Western Europe has been going down the same route for decades.

The New Way Forward Act is not simply laughable, it is insane, and further proof as if further proof were needed that if Donald Trump is not re-elected later this year, America will be finished.

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oldandjaded
February 7, 2020

a VERY shallow, simplistic and misleading interpretation of what’s behind the world-wide erosion of national sovereignty. “My central claim that coercive engineered migration can be usefully conceived as a two-level, generally asymmetric, coercion by punishment strategy, in which challengers on the international level seek to influence the behavior of their targets by exploiting the existence of competing domestic interests within the target state(s) and by manipulating the costs and risks imposed on their civilian population(s). In traditional coercion, these costs are inflicted through the threat and use of military force to achieve political goals ‘on the cheap’. In coercive engineered… Read more »

Janet
February 7, 2020

Open borders is not an immigration policy — it’s an ideology. The Democrats again show their irresponsibility by not considering what “open borders” will do to community health care and educational institutions, not to mention how it will undermine wages and screw the working class (once again). There’s not a single nation in the world that allows open borders. The Dems should look at how the immigration issue is advancing the power of right-wing parties throughout Europe. This is what’s in store for the US if they continue with this fantasy idea of open borders. The irony — and hypocrisy… Read more »

oldandjaded
Reply to  Alexander Baron
February 7, 2020

The “Democrats” aren’t in charge, anymore than the CIA or the Pentagon is. The Democrats are just “following orders”.

Regula
Regula
Reply to  Alexander Baron
February 9, 2020

AOC supports open borders to turn the US into a majority brown country: it is a revolt against the white, educated classes. The real problem with mass immigration is that it floods the country with uneducated people. While they make good workers, they don’t make good researchers and scientists. But without the scientists, the US would soon fall back into developing nation. That means that the hordes who come to the US for a better life would soon find only the same as in the country they left. Educating people to the degree necessary to develop modern science and inventive… Read more »

oldandjaded
Reply to  Janet
February 7, 2020

“not considering what “open borders” will do to community health care and educational institutions, not to mention how it will undermine wages and screw the working class” I disagree, they (as well as those above them, who actually give the orders, and the VAST majority of republicans answer to those same people) have considered it very carefully, its the entire reason they are doing it. Theres NOTHING “egalitarian” about this plan, its all about providing a cheap, powerless slave labour force for Corporate power. And they aren’t being “irresponsible” its just that they are not “responsible” to you, or to… Read more »

Paul Martin
Paul Martin
February 7, 2020

The leftists and progressives are the adolescents of political life. They use fear and emotional distortions, exploit victimhood for their own power gains and control, and lust for military juntas to take over. They create and thrive on chaos. As with adolescents, feelings eclipse and disable a sound use of reason. The world is perennially unfair for them, and they see instant enemies in their midst to be defeated at any cost. No accident that many vegetarians and animal rights activists come out of this playground, as children and animals naturally relate emotionally, while a higher reasoning ability remains unavailable.… Read more »

oldandjaded
Reply to  Paul Martin
February 8, 2020

I’m a self-identified “leftist” Paul (FDR style democratic socialist, if you want me to get specific). Not all leftists are neo-liberal, identity politics ideologues, there are still a few (very few) left that are the “real deal”. I have read Marx and Rousseau forwards and backwards (not that I necessarily subscribe to “Marxism”, I’ve read Mien Kampf, Albert Pike and Alistair Crowley too ), and I cannot for the LIFE OF ME find a SINGLE reference to LGBTQ rights. I’ll grab “Das Kapital” and check the index, just to make sure I didn’t overlook it, but I’m pretty sure its… Read more »

Paul Martin
Paul Martin
Reply to  oldandjaded
February 8, 2020

Sorry, not accepting “FDR” vouchers anymore. FDR was a scoundrel who, with Wilson, was complicit in contriving the great depression with the newly installed Fed. Against the misery and destruction of the middle class, the “New Deal” was a cover for the corruption already underway, and while America descended into hell, he was busy buying up as much gold as he could get him hands on for the bankers. Wayne Jett has laid things out in his “Fruits of Graft”, but you can catch up with many short essays pulled from the book on Jett’s site “Classical Capital” — https://classicalcapital.com/Home_Page.html… Read more »

oldandjaded
Reply to  Paul Martin
February 8, 2020

“It’s ironic that in this light, the post-modernist, neo-liberal “left” actually keeps moving unconsciously towards what it accuses the right of: authoritarianism and power — while the right moves towards those actions and impulses which lead ultimately towards a more spiritual, open and just society, which the REAL left (which no longer exists in the US) has always claimed as its prerogative.” There, fixed it for you. Now we are in perfect agreement! LOL! Maybe we should talk about Nietchianism, and how it currently dominates BOTH sides of the spectrum, hell, how it dominates western society, and the consequences of… Read more »

Paul Martin
Paul Martin
Reply to  oldandjaded
February 8, 2020

I deliberately did not want to get into discussing the details of the post (AOC or the atrocious NWF Act), but instead felt it a good moment to introduce a more philosophical vibe. To repeat, the loss of the “vertical” that I cited above has been a very real loss for human life, and recovering it will require some honest acknowledgements that are pre- as much as post-political — a fact which I am well aware may fall on deaf ears in the Duran community, since it is almost entirely based on political considerations of the world. Even philosophy might… Read more »

oldandjaded
Reply to  Paul Martin
February 8, 2020

The Duran is largely based on emotional reactions to political considerations, and emotions have next to no role to play in any meaningful political discussion. And do not misunderstand me, I don’t see the fact that Nietzchianism dominates our current societal narrative as positive in ANY way shape or form whatsoever, in fact, I see Nietzchianism as being at the very centre of what I view as our modern societies pathology, and at the root of pretty much all the current problems, on both ends of the political spectrum. Its unsurprising that the latter part of Nietzsche’s life took the… Read more »

Paul Martin
Paul Martin
Reply to  oldandjaded
February 8, 2020

I have been subjected to the same liberal indoctrination throughout the educational and cultural systems available in the West as anyone else, but having worked through most of it, and gradually moving towards a conservative, internally-oriented outlook, I can more appreciate the legacy left to me by my grandparents, who were originally farmers in Yugoslavia and devout Catholics, who if they were alive in the US today would be as horrified as Augustine witnessing the fall of the Roman Empire as it disintegrated around him. You say that the odds are “stacked in the enemy’s favor” — but this is… Read more »

Paul Martin
Paul Martin
Reply to  Paul Martin
February 8, 2020

I recall a song by Marianne Faithfull, “Broken English,” with the repeat lyric: “what are you fighting for?” Remember: it’s no longer “left” vs “right” as the proper orientation at this point: it’s patriots vs globalists. (A proper patriotism can assimilate both left and right, no?) In any case, here’s a great recent example of the hopeful vision being restored:

Regula
Regula
February 9, 2020

No worry, Trump will be re-elected if for no other reason than because there is no credible Dem candidate. At this time, even anti Trumpers have to admit that Trump may in fact be the only viable choice. If the Dems, and especially the radical left who wants to turn the US into a majority brown nation, want to have their way, they will first and foremost have to find a competent candidate for the presidency. As it is, Yang and Tulsi Gabbard are the only sane candidates, but the Dem establishment is throwing them under the bus.

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