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Let’s Talk About Illegals

Let’s speak about illegal aliens from purely an observer’s point of view. Illegal aliens are an undeniable problem. First, as adjective “illegal” implies, there is no control or community gain pursuant to illegals invading our land. One would think reasonable-minded persons would understand this.

Illegals do not assimilate into the fabric of American communities as has been the case with so many who have come here legally. For obvious reasons, they are not able to procure better paying jobs or obtain educations.

For the sake of safety and convenience, they live quartered together in accommodations that are often intended for only one family. In my town, I have become aware of seven or more adults living in three-room apartments.

This is not safe for a plethora of reasons, not least of which are the spread of diseases and fire hazards. It is also unfair to the landlord, but first things first. There is no quantifiable way to determine what types or how much disease is infiltrating our communities because of illegals. We aren’t talking rocket-science – we are, however, for the most part talking about those from Third World countries. And not the houte couture of those countries. Is it unfair to fear an outbreak of infectious disease that savages small inner-city neighborhoods and then spreads from there? Is it unlikely to happen or is it possible that it is already taking place? If so, how would we know?

[adsanity id=8405 align=alignleft /]There is also the concern of alcohol- and drug-related tragedies, and injuries from tenement fires. And there is the additional burden on taxpayers, who foot the bill for resources to combat these problems.

There is the very real concern of child abuse including sexual molestation. Who does the illegal go to for help in such situations? After all, they are “illegals” – what are the chances of them going to the police? With so many working in restaurants and eateries of every description – can we be reasonably certain that the public at large is not being put at risk? Let me not forget to factor in crime as well. Police officers where I live tell me their hands are tied in dealing with illegals.

Apart from indentured labor, what do illegals bring to our cities and towns? I defy anyone to cite one positive pursuant to their being here.

I am told the majority of their earnings are shipped out of the country. It is a canard to suggest illegals do work that others will not. In fact it is a lie and misrepresentation. It is more accurate to say they do the work that requires little or no documentation of legal status.

The jobs I observe illegals doing, I personally have done. I worked on a trash truck, did roofing-construction work and worked at a car wash. I’ve run out of fingers and toes counting the number of friends who bused tables in restaurants.

The gentlemen who cut my grass are certainly not illegals, nor, for that matter, immigrants. There is no reason that can be argued to watch the continued decline of our neighborhoods vis-a-vis Section 8 housing and slums of illegals.

George Banzhaf and the cigarette/fast-food Nazis complain and litigate against tobacco companies and MacDonald’s because of alleged health risks. But where is their rancor at the depletion of community resources due to the uncontrolled numbers of anchor babies born here? The babies of illegals who are born here not only have citizenship conferred upon them, but in most cases they become attached to various welfare programs through adulthood.

As an American with a stake in my country, I am increasingly of the mind that stricter controls should be considered pursuant to legal immigration. In generations past, people came here to assimilate, contribute and become Americans. Friends tell me their grandparents wouldn’t speak their native tongue because it was so important to become part of America.

Today, it is nothing for immigrants who possess more then they could even imagine in their former lands to curse America. Organizations like the Council on American-Islamic Relations try to control truthful speech about the culture and religion they represent.

As I said at the beginning, my comments are just observations – imagine what one could find if they earnestly looked. Notice also that I didn’t include those legal and illegal lurking here – waiting for just the right moment to inflict heinous acts of terror upon us.

Then again, perhaps my observations would be better directed at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in the District of Columbia.[adsanity id=11817 align=alignleft /]

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22 Responses to Let’s Talk About Illegals

  1. gary knotts July 9, 2014 at 1:55 pm #

    excellent observations. the southern border is not secure and should be closed for two years in order for our government to get it’s act together and plug the drain on our economy. perhaps the Mexican government could get their act together but doubt that they could overcome the corruption.

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie July 9, 2014 at 4:39 pm #

      gary knotts: it should be closed permanently and manned by armed drones…

      • Michelle Birdsong July 9, 2014 at 7:41 pm #

        I agree. America has become self destructive. Some federal law enforcement officer needs to arrest all those who have broken the law in this fraud fake phony regime.

        I lived on the lower East side of NYC for years. Immigrant Chinese sleep 10 – 20 to a room in those tenements. They sleep in shifts. Then wouldn’t let your kids play with theirs (4-year olds).

        Dominicans come to the l.e.s dealing drugs. There’s an entire underground economy in those communities.

        Here in San Francisco the American Negroes were tricked into signing over their homes in the 70s by some Negro front guy who promised them this and that my former shelter mates Angela and Karen (homeless shelter, ‘Next Door.,’ Angela and I were on the bus one day and she said, “that use to be a black business, that used to be a black business oh and that used to be a black Jazz club”, etc.

        I guess they’re in Oakland. Pastor Manning says there are 10,000,000 fewer blacks today than there were in the 1960s.

        Most of the Negroes I see here are laying on the shit stained sidewalks passed out or hawking their stolen goods at the top of his lungs or standing here at the 15 minute computer in this library, stinking with ragged filthy clothes.

        This tenderloin district (Pelosi’s district) is hell. I have so many shocking photos i’ve put books together. Today on Van Ness I saw a guy white guy walking down Van Ness with his ding dong swinging buck naked. I got a shot of his backside.

        Anyway I’m thrilled to have discovered your daily rant column. You absolutely named the Obamas.

        I’m definite going to put it in my book, Helter Shelter. Please Watch Pastor James David Manning on YouTube if you don’t already. He loses me when he talks about we should be ashamed that there are different colors in our group.

        Skin color has to do with climate, the closer your ancestors lived to the sun the darker their skin needed to be. That’s all that’s about. Skin color or not is meaningless – not worth this big deal America makes of it. Did you read Erik Rush’s brilliant book, Negrophilia, which evidenced his understanding of the race situation here?

        Manning nor Rush are fooled not fooled by Osama or Obama or whatever his real name is. I understand he’s carrying around a dead man’s social security card. See what I mean. Arrest that man!!

        • Mychal Massie
          Mychal Massie July 10, 2014 at 11:02 am #

          michelle birdsong: Dr. Manning is a dear personal friend of mine as is Erik Rush…I was speaker at event held by Dr. Manning July 4th…we both are committed to ending racial assignations…I am a frequent guest on Dr. Manning’s show…Erik and I have been friends for many years also…thks for writing…I look forward to reading more of your comments…

  2. Sunny Vee July 9, 2014 at 9:49 am #

    In addition to all the very real concerns you itemized, there is also the very real threat of terrorists slipping in with the influx of illegals. And I’m pretty sure those that make it and stay do not pay taxes! And as you said, they live off the dole. We, the taxpayers, who are supporting a bankrupt nation, now are taking on hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants.

    What makes me crazy and my head ready to explode is the fact that Holder, our country’s biggest and most blatant criminal, is sending lawyers to the border, to defend these illegals! Both Holder and Obama need to be impeached. And now!

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie July 9, 2014 at 12:06 pm #

      sunny vee: I’ve voiced that very same concern many times over…

  3. Gary Thomsen July 9, 2014 at 9:26 am #

    Mychal, I commend you for using the proper term for these people; illegal aliens. They are NOT illegal immigrants, the PC term used by the media and most of our government mouthpieces. My grandfather and his family came to this country, were quarantined at Castle Gardens (pre-Ellis Island days), and then were allowed to leave after determining that they had no communicable diseases. People entering our country illegally are carrying more than drugs with them; diseases Americans have no resistance to. When I was sent overseas while in the Air Force, I endured 10 vaccinations against diseases which were not in the United States and which I had no resistance to. That was for being in one third world country! I am beginning to believe all our national officials have fallen down the rabbit hole and are willing participants in the Mad Queen’s tea party. If anyone objects to the agenda, “Off with their heads!” she screams, or in the present situation, “Send in the drones!” “These inferior types (patriotic American citizens) who cling to their God and their guns must be eliminated.”

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie July 9, 2014 at 12:09 pm #

      gary thomsen: I outlined the communicable diseases illegals are bringing into the country in my syndicated Rant Tuesday past…and I refuse to use illegal immigrant because a person cannot be an illegal immigrant…by definition an immigrant cannot be illegal…an immigrant is one who has legally come into a country in this case our country…

  4. Mieke July 9, 2014 at 7:19 am #

    The letter from Christel sounded so familiar. My husband and I came to this great country from Holland almost 50 years ago. In order to become an American citizen we had to be able to speak, read and write English. We had to have a sponsor, a job lined up and a place to live in. We also had to learn about our Government and then we were tested and if we passed we were to come together with a lot more people. We raised our hand and pledged the Oath of Allegiance. It was a wonderful feeling to be officially called “American”!

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie July 9, 2014 at 12:14 pm #

      mieke: you are so right…thk you for sharing…you have love and appreciation for America and proved same by taking the requisite steps to arrive her legally…illegals have no investment nor love for America…for them America is just a place to take advantage of entitlements and a lifestyle they cannot afford in their countries of origin…

  5. Mindy Robinson July 9, 2014 at 4:15 am #

    John, with all due respect, that is not the truth. I was raised in and worked in farm country, these illegals in fact took jobs Americans wanted and they made the same wage, at a time that employers were fined, the part you are not aware of are the law suits that cost the employer more then the fines, due to perceived "discrimination". John, it's not the employers, they are used as scapegoats, look to the thugs in Dc John, this is not about big business, it goes far beyond that. If you have young daughters John I suggest you keep them close and remain armed, if you have adult daughters, arm them and make damn certain they know how use their arm. Believe me John, these people are invaders and they are dangerous, I know, they lived in my community, worked beside me, they are not lovers of Christ, they are lovers of hell.

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie July 9, 2014 at 12:15 pm #

      mindy robinson: your words are absolutely true…

  6. Gail Drake July 8, 2014 at 7:52 pm #

    Unfortunately people are not paying attention or are willfully ignorant about what is going on. Obama is doing what he was sent there to do to collapse the American economy and destroy it from the inside. A 10 y/o can figure out if you barely have enough to support the people here and you are in deep debt, bringing more people to support is going to push you into bankruptcy. You will then have no money for anyone and you will have chaos!!!

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie July 9, 2014 at 12:26 pm #

      gail drake: you are spot on my friend…add to your astute observations that many people have foolish misguided idea of charity and generosity that leads them to believe it is their duty to help these illegals and a misguided sense of responsibility to illegal children…

  7. John Lopes July 8, 2014 at 10:50 pm #

    Well if they penalized the employer a hefty fine that might help…why doesn't anyone talk about that…they r getting rich by cheap labor

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie July 9, 2014 at 12:28 pm #

      john lopes: there is truth to what you are saying but there are also instances in which employees are sued discrimination depending on how they go about refusing to hire illegals…and of course depending on the state…

  8. doublesmithntx July 8, 2014 at 2:35 pm #

    Michael, in the month of June in Houston, nine people lost their lives in dui accidents caused by illegal aliens. Earlier in the Spring, three teenage boys were killed by an illegal female driving with no license. This is becoming a regular occurrence and will only get worse. People who break our laws to come have no respect for any of our other laws either. As I drive the streets of my neighborhood, I see the Mexican flag flying alongside the American flag or in place of our flag. When I shop in certain stores, I hear more Spanish spoken than English. I am warning Americans who don’t see it yet that it’s coming to your town, too and you are about to be stunned by what I have been watching for years. Prepare yourselves.

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie July 8, 2014 at 2:44 pm #

      doublesmithntx: my friend I see the same things…I’m going to post your comments on my facebook…they are well said…

  9. Christel July 8, 2014 at 1:45 pm #

    Immigration issues are very dear to my heart. I came to America at the age of 6 1/2 with my parents. My father had to apply for a Visa for the 3 of us to enter the USA. My father had to have a sponsor, my uncle, a job lined up and a place to live. We entered per the quota system when European immigrants were allowed. My parents learned to read and write English and I, of course, learned that through school. My mother would not allow me to speak German when out in public – like taking the bus anywhere or in any store – because we were now American’s she would tell me. My parents and I went to Court to become naturalized citizens. We had to answer questions that pertained to our government. We were proud to be here. My parents both worked to provide for what would become 5 children with never a penny not earned. There was never one cent of any government money to help us, even when the steel mill my father worked at went on strike. My parents put away money for ‘rainy day’ situations. These illegals that enter our America do not hold themselves to the same standards that many Europeans did. They have forced American’s to press 1 for English or 2 for Spanish. If you want to live in America the least you could do is abide by it’s laws and way of life. If you don’t like that….go back home!!!!! No one forced you to come here. It makes me both so sick and angry at what is going on and that we have a president who is to lead this country to continue its greatness that is tearing American down, piece by piece. These millions of children here illegally will bankrupt this country. There’s not enough welfare money to take care of these children. The American tax payer has to foot the bill for something most are opposed to. Very sad for all Americans

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie July 8, 2014 at 2:47 pm #

      christel: thk you for sharing…I personally know many who share the very same experiences…

  10. JoAnn Dolberg July 8, 2014 at 12:06 pm #

    Civilized societies are moral societies that function under the protection of law, a standard form of conducting oneself so as not to inflict injustice on another person’s right to his own property and privacy. Because the illegals are here unlawfully, they begin their American lifestyles apart from law, outside of it. Who in their right mind thinks that any good can come of this! Many of our own citizens, including the majority of those in leadership positions, also function outside the law; they are the source of the problem we now face, and they are encouraging and condoning lawlessness, thus enlarging our problem. Had they acted honorably, lawfully, under the Constitution, they could have provided the solution. I doubt that in this current lawless and therefore, criminal administration, there are two brain cells that could be rubbed together in order to squeeze into being one coherent thought!

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie July 8, 2014 at 2:48 pm #

      joann dolberg: I agree with you completely…

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