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    One Day, on the Model of the United States of America, a United States of Europe Will Come into Being.

    George Washington (1732-1799) in a letter to French revolutionary Lafayette.



    There is a presumed history of things that is taught to most, that even the less powerful from amongst the elites believe...and then there is another history of these events, that only a relative few and powerful know. It is important for those wishing to see not only the preservation of their own people, but the other various peoples of the world as well that make up humanity, to have an excellent grasp of the past so as to see clearly as to what to do in the present. Hence entries here such as this...

    As heralded by the 1776 Revolution and proclaimed on the Great Seal of the United States, a New Order of things is to be established on the earth. This order is to be based on the British Empires New World colonies (the thirteen) with their accompanying ideology initially called Continentalism and in time Manifest Destiny, the premier geopolitical unit being the continental super-state, democratic republican in form, and free trade to be promoted within and without, as modeled by the United States of [North America]. Within the thirteen colonies an already existent, largely natural and organic individualism, would be exploited and within the US this would be replaced by the promotion of an artificial and hyper-individualism. Something similar would be the case with the collectivism of the controlled counter-revolution to the American, the Red Republicanism of France, and then (particularly evident) with the Russia of the USSR. For the most part the construction of these continental super-states across the world during the next 150 years would be spear headed militarily, generalled by Washington in North America, Napoleon in Europe, Bolivar and San Martn in South America, Trotsky in Eurasia (ie the Soviet Union), and somewhat more politically by Sun Yat Sen in China, and later militarily by Mao when it went the path of Red Republicanism instead of the American model. In Africa, in the mid to latter 20th century, this effort at creating a continental super-state would be largely a political effort.

    Slavery, a scourge upon man, and practiced by a self-centered relative few at most everyone elses great expense, would as it was in the world of 1776 and 1789, remain a primary, some might say central, part of the economic system of this New Order that was being established, now manifesting itself in a different, expanded, and far more virulent and destructive form, known euphamistically as cheap labor.

    Europe would get special attention by both US and UK elites, in the construction of the continental super-state known initially as the United States of Europe, and now known as the European Union. In the same way that the US and the American Union are the same, so are the US of Europe and the European Union
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    The European political establishment is extremely bizarre. On the one hand they do nothing but bash the United States, while on the other they fall over each other to copy us at every turn, much to their detriment. It seems that they have embraced and assimilated everything negative and degenerate about US society and given it their own leftist self-loathing neo-Marxist flavor. The EU must be destroyed.

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    To some extent this is true, though Europe's socialist elites are wont to condemn 'American conditions' in defending welfare statism. They'd be wise to emulate such 'conditions', as Europe's gargantuan welfare state fuels the need for more immigration.

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    What fuels America's need for more immigration?

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    In the US immigration is driven primarily by a collection of three business lobbies: hospitality/tourism, agriculture, and the meat packing industry. Ethnic interests like La Raza also play a big role in the legislative effort. Some years ago Rep. Lamar Smith's restrictionist bill was blocked by a coalition of Latino pressure groups and the business lobby.

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    There's more to it . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Joe McCarthy View Post
    In the US immigration is driven primarily by a collection of three business lobbies: hospitality/tourism, agriculture, and the meat packing industry. Ethnic interests like La Raza also play a big role in the legislative effort.
    I think there's more to the push for "immigration reform". Those in power have realized that the social security system worked only so long as the birth rate stayed high, only so long as there were at least 7 workers supporting each retiree. Now we have millions of post WWII "baby boomers" reaching retirement age, and the system's going broke.

    Since established Americans (2+ generations) have a fairly low birth rate, the only way to increase the number of workers supporting those who are collecting Social Security is to allow in massive numbers of immigrants who have a higher birth rate. Who cares whether they come in legally, eh? Let's capture them and help them pay taxes.

    What they fail to consider is the fact that, long before they can contribute any meaningful amount to the system, illegal immigrants are availing themselves of taxpayer-funded education, emergency room care, welfare, food-stamps . . . all of the safety net that the citizens fund for other citizens in need. We want to help out those who are having a hard time, but if you allow uncounted millions to stream in and take advantage of the safety net, we who pay taxes will go broke supporting them. Look at California.

    Culturally - If you and three childhood friends started a club, you could invite in another kid. He'd become part of the club by the rules you'd set up. You, the existing members, retain control over what the club should be.

    If 17 kids come and take over your clubhouse, though, they now have control. They may have no idea of what the club was supposed to be about - they just liked the clubhouse you built.

    The United States was supposed to be an experiment in a different kind of government than European countries. While European governments have evolved from systems that assumed rightful power vests in royals or nobility, and thus that those in power might grant rights to the lower classes, the US is based on the understanding that individual rights are inherent, and the government has only those powers that the citizens grant it.

    The prosperity of the US didn't happen accidentally. It's the result of two centuries of freedom, unfettered by government intrusion and control, two centuries of people believing it was their right to become whatever they could imagine and work for, and their responsibility to take care of themselves and their family. No paternal government would make decisions for them, nor reap the rewards of their labor, nor cushion the blow of their failure.

    Most of those who come here illegally have no concept of the basis of the country. They only see the benefits of being here. I don't blame them for that - if I lived in some of the places they come from, I'd want to come to the US, too!

    But any country has the right to control its borders. And when its citizens must pay the bill for benefits immigrants receive, it's the government's DUTY to control the number of people coming in. It's also a matter of survival as a nation - we can only continue to be the US to the extent that citizens retain control, and immigrants are forced to assimilate. If we allow those who don't understand the nation to control its policies, the grand experiment fails.

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