View Poll Results: Which do you believe is more of a threat?

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  • Illegal immigration.

    7 21.88%
  • Legal immigration.

    3 9.38%
  • Both.

    18 56.25%
  • Neither.

    1 3.13%
  • Other (please explain).

    3 9.38%
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Thread: Illegal Immigration Versus Legal Immigration

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    Quote Originally Posted by Æmeric View Post
    Arizona & New Mexico are not uninhabited territory. And many of the illegals who enter the US via Arizona & New Mexico procede to other inland areas of the US. The border from San Diego to Brownsville is on the frontline of the illegal invasion. Not securing all of it leaves the entire country vunerable.
    Indeed. The border states are just the gauntlets and thresholds into the country. Once an illegal enters the U.S. they tend to seek states further in to evade detection. States that are seeing a 'boom' in latino populations (illegal and legal) are Illinois and Iowa mainly. Arizona is at lest doing something productive and passing laws forbidding employers to hire illegals. This in turn sends the illegals to other states whose laws are more 'lax'.

    Regardless, immigration is harmful to a sovereign country because it changes cultural demographics and causes tension.
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    Legal immigration is worse. Once the government has officially welcomed non-whites into a country, it is much more of a process to remove them. Reap what you sew. It was applied when the slaves were freed and it's being applied today. Legal immigration means government obligation to keep them here regardless, but the government has no obligation whatsoever to illegals. They are criminals and so our rights do not apply to them. Illegals can be reported, arrested, and deported unlike legal immigrants whom normal, everyday citizens have little immediate authority of. There are not going to be any policies enforced any time soon favoring the purging or regulation of legals. Such would be racist and discriminatory in this politically correct society we live in. Based on which the people have more control over, illegal immigration is the lesser of two evils.

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    I think both are a threat, when you just make it illegal for immigrants to stay its easyer to spot one.
    As every illegal foreigner then will be noticed quick in a European/White/Germanic country.
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