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Dec 11 2018

The Gilets Jaunes and Our Open Border

Looks like the Gilets Jaunes figured something out. No matter who they vote for, the government will be hostile to their interests. So they took to the streets. Before long, Emmanuel Macron caved:

Macron took action Monday to put cash in the pockets of everyday French citizens as he confronted the violent anti-government street demonstrations that have posed the stiffest challenge to his presidency.

Striking a contrite tone, Macron promised tax cuts, in addition to the suspension of the new global warming gas tax that set off the uprising.

Meanwhile, on the other side of the Atlantic,

The continuing rise of illegal immigration at the southern border indicates that Fiscal Year 2019 will see the biggest boom of illegal immigration in more than a decade, according to Princeton Researcher Steven Kopits.

In total, Kopits projects that there will be more than 600,000 border crossings next year — a level of illegal immigration that the country has not seen since Fiscal Year 2008, when total southwest border apprehensions exceeded 705,000.

Trump was elected because many believed his promises that he would do something about illegal immigration while we still have a country.

It doesn’t matter who you vote for in Europe; you will get the same crap sandwich regardless. The same appears to be true in the USA.

At the same time of the rising illegal immigration totals, the U.S. is continuing to admit more than a million legal immigrants every year to take American jobs.

What does it take to put a stop to this?

On tips from Varla and 1-Bodhisattva.




4 Responses to “The Gilets Jaunes and Our Open Border”

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  2. […] Think how bad things must be in France, where the public actually got angry enough to push back. […]

  3. […] Trudeau apparently learned nothing from the humiliating setback suffered by his fellow elitist climate poseur Emmanuel Macron; let’s hope Canadians learned […]

  4. […] down the hatches; the tsunami of Third World colonization has been rising steeply and will get still worse unless Americans quickly find a way to force their government to act in […]

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