Friday, June 28, 2019

Things that make you crazy.

In December, world leaders of 165 countries adopted an ostensibly non-binding agreement that propagates a radical idea: that migration -- for any reason -- is something that needs to be promoted, enabled and protected . . . .

The agreement is named the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM), and now comes its implementation.[1]

In this time of lunatic immigration policies and betrayal, when I read nonsense like this I want to tear my hair at the insanity. The ONLY policy options that are ever on the table in all the freaking world are the ones that assume (1) primitives in Africa who still believe in witches or (2) Muslims who believe in female genital mutilation and non-judicial murder of apostates have an unchallengeable right to relocate to Kansas City, Oxford, Stockholm, or Stuttgart.

Diversity is our strength.
The option of returning invaders found drifting in the Mediterranean Sea to the shores of N. Africa is just assumed not to exist. No way, Jose! Any invader found standing three feet north of the Rio Grande River is never a candidate for instant removal to the south side of the river. No, he can now suck of the welfare tit and help himself to a job that would otherwise got to an American citizen. If there's a kid involved, he's entitled to gender reassignment surgery and a scholarship to Stanford.

Who knew that the Due Process Clause trumps national survival and that CBP officers do not have the experience and professional judgment to know that some foreigner they've just arrested had breakfast yesterday in Juarez not El Paso? Administrative discretion has its perils but it's long past the time when we cleared the decks and allowed the people we hire to protect us to strike fear in the hearts of people who think they can move here if the notion strikes them.

Here's a new national priority: You can apply for a visa or asylum status all you want from outside the U.S. all you want and if you're in the country illegally you'll be immediately deposited on the other side of the U.S. border at a place of the government's choosing. THEN you can file what paperwork you want. If you're legally entitled to be in the U.S. and you're mistakenly ejected, go to the nearest U.S. border crossing and provide the necessary proof. Take $5,000 for your trouble and otherwise suck it up and shut up. Take one for the team.

How did we get to the point where (1) only one point of view completely trumps and vanishes other views that guarantee an intact, non-third-world civilization and (2) the laws of the land are twisted so that commonsense judgment is relentlessly attacked? As to the latter, if there's a hint of an effective national response to illegal immigrant invasion, some U.S. District Court judge in Seattle issues a fatwa that somehow shuts down such responses in Seattle AND Kansas City and Bangor. I still haven't figured that one out.

[1] "UN Global Compact: What Happens Next?." By Judith Bergman, The Gatestone Institute, 6/28/19 (footnote in text omitted).

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