237,000 illegal migrants in the last 5 months... is it time to intervene?

by silentbuddha 31 Replies latest social current

  • silentbuddha

    Is it possible that anyone being truthful with themself can literally believe that there needs to be a cork placed in this problem.

    If this continues, and most sources, not speaking about FOX, are suggesting this is only going to get worse and at this rate there will be over 750k ILLEGAL migrants. How are we suppose to sustain this influx. The massive amounts of children flooding the schools in my own municipality is crippling, for many of the counties residents.

    As an example the entire county offered free breakfast and lunch to all students. The last board meeting they were discussing how this program can let realistically continue.

    They also offer Early college, in which children in the community go directly from 8th grade to community college, graduating highschool with an associate's in 4 years. Of course many go out of there way to place these children in these programs to the point that in a community that is just 12 percent hispanic 48 percent of the students in this program across the county are made up of hispanic children.

    There has to be a breaking point at which even dems realize this is unsustainable.

  • fulano

    Which country is this?

  • silentbuddha

    United States

  • pepperheart

    Yes its time to intervene,you should be making sure that google,starbucks and amazon pay the same percentage of tax as any other buisness

  • waton

    and WBTS Inc, Catholics, SoLDS, ---

  • Biahi

    While sympathetic to their plight, we can’t afford to educate illegals. And I’m a democrat.

  • waton
    B: we can’t afford to educate illegals

    In Germany, Canada, there is no such thing as an "illegal". All comers are entitled to a hearing after at waiting period of least 2 year, with paid for food, shelter, medical, schooling, and free lawyers up to the Supreme court level appeal. sounds appealing?

    Some schools are overwhelmed, Foreign speakers outnumber natives. preserving their identities more important to them than academics.

    Cant afford that, and it is not the money. available to send them back.

  • Wasanelder Once
    Wasanelder Once

    Where are you getting these statistics? I'm not being a jerk, I sincerely want to know. This is what I read in Forbes:

    “While the president has focused the nation’s attention on the border wall, half a million U.S. undocumented residents from Mexico left the undocumented population in 2016 alone, more than three times the number that arrived that year, leading to an overall decrease of nearly 400,000 undocumented residents from Mexico from 2016 to 2017,” according to new research from Robert Warren, a demographer and senior visiting fellow at the Center for Migration Studies.

  • zeb

    from australia.

    It has been common in Australia to funnel 'illegals' through all manner of red tape and set them up in university courses. Australian youth conditioned to be ...'tolerant'... has had a very rude awakening by the behavior of these blow ins and their intolerant religion.

    They regarded local females as sluts and often said so.

    Migrants in the past were placed in hard work jobs and worked ... WORKED.. their way up and their kids did the same. The system here has been duped into putting these favored ones in at the top and ensuring they pass when their level of English is conversational poor...

    etc etc

  • stan livedeath
    stan livedeath

    In the UK. ..legal immigrants..from outside the EU..have to pass tests in English at increasing levels of proficiency as part of their 5 year settlement programme.

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